Category Archives: journalism

GE2017: Fuck the British media!

Really, screw you all. That includes you Owen Jones, you sly little faux-socialist dog. Writing in today’s Guardian, you offered an apology for your part in the lengthy crucifixion of Jeremy Corbyn. You concluded that actually, he’d make a wonderful Prime Minister, and admitted how working for a corporate newspaper- however much it pretends to […]

December 31

Six Huge Stories The Mainstream Media Ignored In 2015

  Whistleblowers, Ecocide, top secret trade deals, and shady ties between the Islamic State and the West’s closest allies…here are a few hot topics the mainstream media barely covered in 2015. 1. Any Tragedy That’s Not Western-Centric The outpouring of fury, despair and grief by the corporate press over the November 13 Paris attacks highlighted the bias of […]

December 04

This Is Huge: Evidence Emerges Linking Israel, Turkey To ISIS

You might have seen accusations in the press this week* that the Islamic State is selling oil to Russia. Apparently, Turkish President Reccep Tayyip Erdogan claims that Putin is one of the key buyers in Syria’s dirty illegal oil trade. But don’t fall for it: the story now being peddled to us by the Western press is a panicked […]

September 04

Would Little Aylan Still Be Safe In Syria If It Weren’t For Western Imperialism?

European governments have turned their backs on the worst humanitarian crisis of our time, and Britain in particular has a huge compassion deficit. It’s time we remembered what caused this mess in the first place A heartbreaking photograph of a dead Syrian toddler whose lifeless body washed up on a beach in Turkey yesterday added a […]

Ten Compelling Reasons You Can’t Trust The Corporate Media

A poll last year showed that trust in the corporate media is increasing, which should worry all of us who value truth, integrity and press freedom. Why? Here are 10 disturbing things everyone needs to know about the global media giants who control our supply of information, wielding immense power over the people- and even […]