Month: July 2019

Syria: Bodies Don’t Lie

Vanessa Beeley brings vital testimony from Syria which reveals the real story suppressed by western corporate media: During my last but one trip to #Damascus, I had the privilege of interviewing the Director of Forensics, Dr Zaher Hajjo, in Damascus. Here are just a few of the statements he gave me during our meeting. Hajjo is a genuine patriot who […]

My Three Syrian Years: Aleksandr Kharchenko

Russian journalist Aleksandr Kharchenko gives a compelling and moving account of his work at the front lines in the Syrian Arab Army’s fight against NATO and Gulf state backed terrorism: Syria is a nice Middle Eastern country. The Middle East is always a fairy tale. We have heard a lot about this state, but it was always hard to tell […]

‘Moderate Rebel’ Slaughter: ‘How many More Atrocities Must Be Witnessed?’

BSN editor: The western corporate media will never report the barbarity of their masters’ proxies in Syria, the Jihadist horde committing acts of such savagery they beggar belief. These writers are not journalists, but stenographers for psychopaths and they have blood on their hands. They are every bit as guilty as the venal warmongers and the sick Islamist extremists who […]

The Grieving Women of Syria Who Fight For Freedom

Nara Salloum: ‘freedom for West is to fight and destroy our country, kill our children and destroy people’s lives – we will take back our rights and our freedom with our own hands’ Vanessa Beeley writes: The courageous Syrian women who volunteered to take up arms and to defend their town against international terrorism. Wives, mothers, sisters of martyrs, these […]

The plot to keep Corbyn out of power

Listing the ways the state-corporate media have sought to undermine Corbyn would sound preposterous to anyone not deeply immersed in these media-constructed narratives. But almost all of us have been exposed to this kind of “brainwashing under freedom” since birth.

Response to Open Letter of 1 July 2019

In conclusion, I fully agree with your interpretation of the law, and that any victim courageous enough to report sexual abuse must be protected, supported and taken seriously. As far as the case of Assange is concerned, however, I stand by my conclusion that the available evidence does not warrant the prosecution’s finding of “rape”.