I’ve just been reading, during the commemorations for the Battle of the Somme, Wilfred Owen’s poem ‘Anthem For Doomed Youth’ about ‘these who die as cattle’. A comment by a member of the fantastic group, Veterans For Peace UK, on Facebook about the ceremonies says, ‘All the talk of fallen and sacrifice gets me. Those men did not fall they were ripped apart.’ which is exactly right. Senseless mass slaughter……and I couldn’t get Owen’s poem out of my head.
Author: Alison Banville
‘Believe me, I’ve sobbed. I keep myself together while filming & speaking, but I do also feel deeply the pain & horror of what these people are being put through and what I’m seeing.’ Eva Bartlett The level of downright lies coming out of the western corporate media on Ukraine – let’s not even pussyfoot around with words like ‘misinformation’ […]
Corporate media silence as biggest leak in British political history reveals it’s implicated with politicians in a scandal of epic proportions. All hell should have broken loose in the last three days as Al Jazeera published in succession three videos of their investigation into leaks from inside the UK Labour Party. What these files reveal should be front page and […]
This seminal 1849 essay changed the lives of Gandhi and Martin Luther King when they read it. Indeed, it’s influence can be clearly seen in Dr. King’s important ‘A Letter From a Birmingham Jail. It changed my life too in that it resounded so strongly with my deepest feelings about societal justice and articulated so perfectly my most profound thoughts […]
Nirvana Take me home I’m tired nowYou know the way To the place the sun lingers At the end of the day Where friendly shadows call us And ask us to stay Far from here. Far away. Away from noise and cold, cold fear Where peace of mind is always near And rivers wind so crystal clear So pure you […]
PJH Law, The law firm involved in providing huge amounts of evidence to Hammersmith CID regarding the live investigation into the Covid jabs has sent a letter to Cressida Dick, Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police, and cc’ing in several relevant individuals (scroll down to view). The law firm forcefully urges action and requests an appointment to hand in ‘irrefutable’ evidence […]
First published in New Dawn magazine: ‘Strange days indeed’ sang John Lennon, and one can only ‘imagine’ what a man at the forefront of creating positive planetary change in his day would have made of where we are now? Because these are indeed extraordinary times in which the very foundations of everything we collectively believed to be ‘how things are’ […]
John Pilger: ‘In these dark times, Craig Murray’s truth-telling is a beacon. He is owed our debt of gratitude, not the travesty of a prison sentence which, like the prosecution of Julian Assange, is a universal warning.” Craig Murray was released from prison on St Andrew’s Day yesterday and was greeted by a cheering crowd. (video below). He was jailed […]
A couple of weeks ago, I attended the Remeece march from Croyden to Brixton, a joyful experience due to the overwhelmingly positive response from shoppers, bus and car drivers, shop owners along the route, and the presence of the charismatic Remeece himself, whose relentless work at schools around the country has been vilified in the corporate media and earned him the respect of every […]
Aboriginal Community Issues Plea For International Assistance Over Forced Vaccination and Forced Detention
The full video of this heartbreaking plea could not be uploaded to my Youtube channel due to my having too many strikes against me for ‘breaching community standards’. In other words, for showing the truth the corporate media is suppressing. A technical hitch is also preventing me from uploading to the BSNews Youtube channel. The full video can be viewed […]
BSNews co-editor Alison Banville attended the march which was the latest organised by music artist Remeece. (See his song Don’t Tek di Vaccine below) and because his outreach at schools is not allowed on Youtube watch at Bitchute here.
Note: Youtube, in a blatant act of censorship, removed the full interview from my channel. I will try again but have linked to the video on Telegram below. Below are my two emails to BBC ‘journalist’ (I refuse to use that title here without inverted commas) Lebo Diseko after her interview with Michael Chaves, the man who has become a […]