21WIRE + RT | Mega-monopoly merger hits the wall today.
Stuart J. Hooper + The Guardian | The amount of hypocrisy in action here is truly out of this world.
21WIRE + The New York Times | According the new chief of the U.S. Broadcasting Board of Governors, Andrew Lack, news outlet Russia Today represents a challenge for America similar to that posed by terrorist organisations.
Stuart J. Hooper + RT | If you’re reading this report from a link on Facebook, it may be the very last time you do so! Who decides what is reputable or not?
Stuart J. Hooper | A rant taking aim at a media that is salivating at the thought of a new war.
21WIRE + Huff Post | An additional raise each week, “if you agree to have sex with me whenever I want.”
21WIRE + Mail Online | Channel 4’s disingenuous TV propaganda and highly reckless entrapment production.
Patrick Henningsen | New ‘anti-terror’ zones in Watford, and more smoke and mirrors revealed at Bilderberg.
Huffington Post | Verbal clash between Boston resident and Dan Bidondi of Infowars. (WARNING: Graphic language.)
Washington Post | The Qatari authorities sentenced a poet to life imprisonment in November, but you won’t hear about it on Al Jazeera.
Washington Post Micheal Peel ABU DHABI — Qatar’s al-Jazeera television station provided a great ringside seat for the “day of rage” in Cairo almost two years ago that offered the first clear sign of the threat to the rule of then-Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak.While many western media organizations were scrambling to ramp up coverage of […]
So you think your media is free and unbiased? So you think that the internet and independent media are dangerous? Consider this fact…
By Patrick Henningsen 21st Century Wire Editorial August 20, 2011 Following two weeks of news mired in rioting, social strife and crime in throughout the UK, it’s little wonder that some of our readers have been hit with “doom fatigue”. The London riots were not pretty. For those among us who were unlucky enough to be caught […]
By PETER SISSONS January 25, 2011 Institutionally biased to the Left, politically correct and with a rudderless leadership. This is Peter Sissons’ highly critical view of the BBC in his new memoirs, in which he describes his fascinating career over four decades as a television journalist. Here, in the latest part of our serialisation, he reveals […]