Britain to Criminalize Reading Online Extremist Content By Stephen Lendman

9 October 2017 — Stephen Lendman

Like America, Britain is unfit and unsafe to live in – both countries police states, serving privileged interests exclusively, allied in waging wars of terror in multiple theaters, along with abolishing fundamental homeland freedoms.

The latest civil rights abuse came from hardline home secretary Amber Rudd. She’s spearheading a Tory effort to criminalize readership of so-called extremist content online – punishable by up to 15 years in prison.

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Trump and ‘His Generals’ on Collision Course over Iran: Selected Articles

9 October 2017 — Global Research

Nuclear Weapons, ICAN and the Nobel Prize

By Dr. Binoy Kampmark, October 08, 2017

Few times in history show the remarkable gulf between international civic action and international political constipation. The will of approaching a world without nuclear weapons has been matched every step of the way with the desire and wish to acquire or keep them.

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