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Traitors In Britain’s Leadership

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Traitors In Britain’s Leadership

Investigative historian Eric Zuesse is the author, most recently, of  They’re Not Even Close: The Democratic vs. Republican Economic Records, 1910-2010, and of  CHRIST’S VENTRILOQUISTS: The Event that Created Christianity… 2,289 more words


The speech we should have heard in May

What struck me , listening to Theresa May’s speech to the diplomats last night, was how we could have done with this clarity before the vote. 1,101 more words


What Next for the British Brainwashing Offensive


Friday 3 March 2006 00:16

Since the following analysis was published and posted here, John Prescott, the so-called British Deputy Prime Minister, has disgraced the country, his Party and his high office by the exposure of his predatory sexual misdemeanours while supposedly performing his official duties. 4,675 more words

Christopher Story

Donald Cameron

Knight, Stephen Thomas.

The mysteries of the cities : urban crime fiction in the nineteenth century
Donald Cameron was born in 1844 in New South Wales, the son of an immigrant Scottish teacher. 312 more words


Cameron and change

Over the Swamp
In all the major Mysteries of the Cities text, transport in the city is a crucial element both in the management of the interlocking plot strands and also in the evaluations the stories offer. 1,699 more words


Cameron's Melbourne

The City and Beyond
These ideological processes are marked on the topography of the narra- tive, locating its modes of interrelation and interaction. As in all the city mys- teries, the characters and events are carefully charted throughout the megalopolis. 2,618 more words