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- In Memory of Rhisiart Gwilym
- Stunning Short History – of Why the World has Gone Mad!
- A new monarch is crowned in Westminster Abbey
- One week of Labour NHS bullshit!
- Is it even legal? – More about common law
- Claire Daly – Ukraine War
- What’s it all about, Alfie
- Commuter – An installation by Rob Godfrey
- Renovations in France
- It’s all rapidly collapsing
- One of the craziest police pursuits I’ve ever seen
- So what are ‘Five Minute Cities’?
- The No-Nato Protest
- Sandi Adams talks Dystopia
- Blood on the Turntables – Malcolm McLaren vs John Lydon
- George Galloway at the Oxford Union
- Tony Benn on The Media and the Political Process
- Everything You Wanted To Know About Zelensky But Was Afraid To Ask
- Richie Allen Show – Andrew Brigen Statement
- Died Suddenly
Tag Archives: James Clapper
If you want an idea of just how demented some members of the human race are you only have to look at all things nuclear. Last week the five senior members of the American Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) testified on … Continue reading
Posted in Politics, Science Tagged Alison Katz, Allison Macfarlane, Barbara Boxer, C-Span video, cancer pandemic, David Vitter, Fukushima Daiichi, General Electric, IAEA, IndependentWHO, International Atomic Energy Agency, James Clapper, Libbe HaLevy, man-made radionuclides, Mark 1 Boiling Water Reactors, National Security Agency, NRC, NRC Oversight Committee, Nuclear Hotseat, Nuclear Regulatory Commission, post-Fukushima recommendations, San Onofre nuclear plant, Senator Jeff Sessions, TEPCO, Tokyo Electric Power Company, United Nations, WHO, William Magwood, William Ostendorff, World Health Organisation Leave a comment
Has The Intercept been intercepted?
Last week, Glenn Greenwald and Laura Poitras flew to New York City, to accept a George Polk award for journalism, along with The Guardian’s Ewen MacAskill and The Washington Post’s Barton Gellman (here). Greenwald and Poitras went through JFK Airport, … Continue reading
Posted in Politics Tagged Barton Gellman, David Miranda, Director of National Intelligence, Easter Sunday, Edward Snowden, espionage quote, Ewen MacAskill, George Polk award for journalism, Glenn Greenwald, James Clapper, Jeremy Scahill, John Cook, John le Carre spy quote, Laura Poitras, Republican Peter King, Snowden revelations, Snowdens question to Putin, The Intercept, Vladimir Putin Leave a comment