Tag: City of London

the-art-of-political-lying-(or-‘the-1688-origins-of-the-british-deep-state’)
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Nov
2020

The Art of Political Lying (or ‘The 1688 Origins of the British Deep State’)The Art of Political Lying (or ‘The 1688 Origins of the British Deep State’)

Originally published on the Strategic Culture Foundation With idle tales this fills our empty ears;The next reports what from the first he hears;The rolling fictions grow in strength and size,Each author adding to the former lies.Here vain credulity, with new desires,Leads us astray, and groundless joy inspires;The dubious whispers, tumults fresh designed,And chilling fears astound […]

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from-dodgy-dossiers-to-the-sacking-of-whitlam:-the-british-empire-stands-exposed
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Jun
2020

From Dodgy Dossiers to the Sacking of Whitlam: The British Empire Stands ExposedFrom Dodgy Dossiers to the Sacking of Whitlam: The British Empire Stands Exposed

Originally published on the Strategic Culture Foundation In my last article, I reviewed the case of Gough Whitlam’s firing at the hands of the Queen’s Governor General Sir John Kerr during a dark day in November 1975 which mis-shaped the next 45 years of Australian history. Today I would like to tackle another chapter of […]

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for-victory-day:-it’s-time-to-think-about-finally-winning-wwii
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May
2020

For Victory Day: It’s Time to Think About Finally Winning WWIIFor Victory Day: It’s Time to Think About Finally Winning WWII

Originally published on the Strategic Culture Foundation 75 years ago Germany surrendered to allied forces finally ending the ravages of the Second World War. Today, as the world celebrates the 75th anniversary of this victory, why not think very seriously about finally winning that war once and for all? If you’re confused by this statement, […]

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