21WIRE | The evidence continues to mount against both Bush & Blair.
Lindsey German | Can the new Labour leader candidate help put Blair where he truly belong (in prison) ?
21WIRE + STWC | Prescott’s continuing, albeit revealing, mea culpa on Iraq.
21WIRE + Daily Mail | Just when we thought we’d heard it all, there he goes again.
21WIRE + Guardian | Anti-apartheid hero attacks former prime minister over ‘double standards on war crimes’.
21WIRE + Global Research | The charity are now calling the the whole affair ‘a painful experience’.
Stuart J. Hooper | A new weekly news show aiming to provide important insights into current events has launched!
Going Underground on RT | Patrick Henningsen says the UK’s involvement in Iraq is still creating radicalization at home – and the government doesn’t seem to want to learn from its mistakes.
21WIRE + RT | Is Twiggy Garcia 21st Century Wire’s Man of the Year?
21WIRE + Telegraph | Blair crawls out of his hole – only to weigh-in on the latest globalist blood lust in Syria.
David Icke | A disgusting and reprehensible event, still sanctioned by the British establishment.
21WIRE | Politicians and paedophiles in Westminster have a very dark social agenda when it comes to the age of consent.
21WIRE | UK gov’t are stalling, and will not publish reports on Britain’s involvement in the Iraq war before the middle of 2013.
The Independent | Blair is not only hated in Britain, he’s also hated in the Middle East.
BBC | Another Westminster paedophile who was knighted by the Queen is exposed.
The Firm | People learned how, what has become known as the “dark arts” – are perpetrated in UK politics and media.
Express | Was the supposed fumbling of Lord McAlpine’s name by the BBC a big ruse to protect the Establishment?
David Icke | The Savile story opens a doorway to expose the darkest of dark in elite paedophilia rings.
Andrew McKillop | The need for any kind of energy transported across Syria’s frontiers – either oil or gas – is zero in Europe.
Guardian | Inside the famous phone hacking scandal – who did what, and when.