It has been claimed, following ‘startling new figures’, that crime rates have plummeted in the western world. Robberies, car thefts and murders are all falling substantially, and, according to the data, in some cases crime has practically vanished.
Prime Minister David Cameron, Tory MP Brooks Newmark and US sources claim that chemical weapons have been used in Syria. This 'fact' is then used to ramp up the call for military action to ensure that Assad is overthrown. But are the chemical weapons fact and where is the evidence?
This year’s annual Bilderberg conference is rapidly approaching - where the world’s political and business elite meet in private to discuss their agenda which will determine future policies that govern global affairs.
Following the events in Woolwich last week, we are revisiting an article originally written for the UK Column newspaper in 2010.
While we deplore anyone's killing, it is important to look at the historical context, and ask the question, if our government is inciting terrorism through direct support of al-Qaida in Iraq and Syria when it suits their purposes, is Britain not responsible when events such as those which took place last week occur?
Foreign Secretary William Hague said yesterday that Britain will veto the renewal of the EU arms embargo on Syria when foreign ministers meet next week, if member states block moves to permit weapons to be transferred to the terrorist opposition.