02/06/23

Permalink Human Rights front groups (“Humanitarian Interventionists”) warring on Syria

This page will continue to expand as more so-called “Human Rights” groups are outed for propagating anti-Syria war rhetoric and false allegations against the Syrian government and Syrian Arab Army. As it is, the list of players is quite extensive. Below, I’ll list the known HR front people and groups (many, if not most, with links to the US State Department and criminals like George Soros). As Rick Sterling wrote in his “Humanitarians for War on Syria” (March 2015): 💬 A massive campaign in support of foreign intervention against Syria is underway. The goal is to prepare the public for a “No Fly Zone” enforced by US and other military powers. This is how the invasion of Iraq began. This is how the public was prepared for the US/NATO air attack on Libya. 💬 The results of western ‘regime change’ in Iraq and Libya have been disastrous. Both actions have dramatically reduced the security, health, education and living standards of the populations, created anarchy and mayhem, and resulted in the explosion of sectarianism and violence in the region. Now the Western/NATO/Israeli and Gulf powers, supported by major intervention-inclined humanitarian organizations, want to do the same in Syria.


01/06/23

Permalink One less traitor”: Zelensky oversees campaign of assassination, kidnapping and torture of political opposition

Max Blumenthal and Esha Krishnaswamy | While claiming to defend democracy, Ukraine’s Volodymyr Zelensky has outlawed his opposition, ordered his rivals’ arrest, and presided over the disappearance and assassination of dissidents across the country. | Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has framed his country’s war against Russia as a battle for democracy itself. In a carefully choreographed address to US Congress on March 16, Zelensky stated, “Right now, the destiny of our country is being decided. The destiny of our people, whether Ukrainians will be free, whether they will be able to preserve their democracy.”  US corporate media has responded by showering Zelensky with fawning press, driving a campaign for his nomination for the Nobel Peace Prize and inspiring a flamboyant musical tribute to himself and the Ukrainian military during the 2022 Grammy awards ceremony on April 3.  Western media has looked the other way, however, as Zelensky and top officials in his administration have sanctioned a campaign of kidnapping, torture, and assassination of local Ukrainian lawmakers accused of collaborating with Russia. Several mayors and other Ukrainian officials have been killed since the outbreak of war, many reportedly by Ukrainian state agents after engaging in de-escalation talks with Russia.


Permalink Editor-in-chief of Russian news outlet arrested in Latvia

Marat Kasem from Sputnik Lithuania has been reportedly accused of espionage and could face up to 20 years behind bars | Latvia has arrested the editor-in-chief of the Lithuanian branch of the Russian news agency, Sputnik. Marat Kasem was taken into custody on a court order, his lawyer announced on Thursday.  The journalist is accused of breaching EU sanctions and has been charged with espionage, Sputnik reports.  Kasem is a Latvian citizen, though he has been living in Moscow for several years, working for the Rossiya Segodnya media group, which Sputnik Lithuania is part of. He returned to Latvia for family reasons before New Year's eve.

Arrest of Russian outlet’s journalist is blow to press freedom – Moscow (RT.com)


01/04/23

Permalink EU country wants ‘mental quarantine’ on Russian culture

Lithuanians should block out Russian works of art they previously considered “acceptable,” the nation’s culture minister has said | Lithuanians should not enjoy Russian culture as long as a conflict is raging in Ukraine, its culture minister, Simonas Kairys, told national broadcaster LRT this week. The minister was echoing the ideas of his Ukrainian counterpart, Aleksandr Tkachenko, who earlier called on the West to boycott Russian culture altogether.  Kairys accused Moscow of using Russian culture as a “weapon” by supposedly sending Russian pop culture artists to Lithuania on dates “important for the Lithuanian state.” While stopping short of supporting what he called an “authoritarian” administrative ban on Russian culture, the minister said he favored a “mental quarantine” on it.

Pierre de Gaulle is the grandson of Charles de Gaulle: [...] For me, maintaining good relations with Russia is not just a legitimate desire. This is also the duty of Europe, which the Europeans are obliged to fulfill - in the name of maintaining stability in the world and in Europe. Instead, we ended up in a system dominated by a technocracy that imposes its directives on each of the member states. I was one of the first to denounce the lies, injustice and robbery of Russia through an asset freeze. I find it absolutely outrageous because one cannot punish a people because of a crisis, knowing that this is contrary to international law and is the greatest injustice. I think that no other nation since the persecution of the Jews during the Second World War has experienced such plunder as the Russian people today.(Link)(Link)(Link)(Link)

US making Europeans suffer – de Gaulle’s grandson (RT.com)


01/03/23

Permalink Zelensky Expands Crackdown on Ukrainian Media

President Volodymyr Zelensky has signed a new bill into law which strengthens government control over public access to news in Ukraine. | Zelensky has already nationalized the country’s media under martial law powers invoked after Russia’s invasion last year, stoking criticism from press freedom groups.  Signed on December 29, the law expands the Ukrainian broadcast regulator’s powers over news agencies ”dramatically,” now including both print and online sources, according to the Kyiv Independent. The measure requires publications to obtain licenses to operate, and any media org without the proper paperwork can be shut down, the outlet reported, adding that the body handing out the permits will be under Zelensky’s control.  While Zelensky’s power-grabs throughout the 11-month conflict have largely gone unnoticed in the American mainstream press – which has devoted ample coverage to similar wartime repression in Russia – the New York Times highlighted calls from human rights groups to rescind the law over fears that it will crush the free press.


12/30/22

Permalink John Shipton Interview: Daring to Hope for His Son Julian Assange


People around the world need to add their voices to the call for Julian’s release from the dungeon in Britain. | Tirelessly, John Shipton has traveled the world appealing to parliaments, politicians, civic bodies, and ordinary public members for the release of his son. John tells how a rallying call for Julian’s release is growing. Every parliament in Europe, for example, now has members explicitly calling for freedom. So too has the Australian government finally wakened up to demand the end of the barbaric mistreatment. In Latin America, North America, and other parts of the world, the clamor for justice is growing.  Only two weeks ago, major newspapers in the United States and Europe published joint editorial statements urging the Biden Administration to end the imprisonment of Assange, stating that “publishing is not a crime”. That renewed appeal for freedom is a reflection of the swelling sea-change in public support around the world for Julian Assange.  John Shipton says he is not “into hope” in the superficial meaning of the word. By that, he means a sort of cheap hope, blithe optimism, or cheery, glib ignorance. A sort of “consumerist hope” that is fickle and vanishes at the slightest obstacle.  However, what he displays in his tenacious, resilient, courageous support for his son is a much deeper hope. One of faith and commitment in the face of immense adversity. That strength inspires profound hope. An audacious hope. One that defiantly smiles in the face of cold barbarity. The kind of hope that can break chains. It is way past time that Julian Assange should be freed so that he can “come home to his kids”.


Permalink Moscow ‘outraged’ by crackdown on Russian media abroad

France seems to be spearheading efforts to silence dissent in Europe, the Foreign Ministry spokeswoman has said | France’s push to ban Russian news outlets both on the nation’s territory and in the EU is unacceptable, Moscow's foreign ministry spokeswoman, Maria Zakharova, said on Thursday. Earlier this month, French TV regulator Arcom ordered satellite operator Eutelsat to stop broadcasting Channel One Russia, Rossiya 1, and NTV channels.  In a statement, Zakharova said the French watchdog had imposed those restrictions 💬 “under apparent pressure from the authorities,” adding that the move preceded relevant sanctions on the EU level. “Moscow is outraged by the new steps taken by Paris aimed at introducing more and more broadcasting bans on Russian media, both on its territory and in the EU as a whole,” she stated.


12/26/22

Permalink Controlled Explosions of Truth Bombs?

Thomas Sheridan, Christian Morris, Greg Moffitt and myself [John Waters] engage in an epic conversation centred on the film Died Suddenly, the recently-released Stew Peters documentary about the poison-shot deaths and the emerging evidence from embalmers, undertakers and insurance brokers about the destruction of human life that has followed them.

 This is not a ‘review’ of the documentary so much as a discussion as to its implications heading off at multiple tangents. The discussion lasts almost two hours, covering all kinds of acute angles jutting out from the movie and its implications, including:

 Does evidence even matter anymore? Do facts matter? Is it possible for a piece of journalism, no matter how powerful or authoritative, to break though the massed ranks of liars now constituting the mainstream media, and hope to shatter the paradigm of the propagandised pseudo-reality?  Is it possible that Died Suddenly will be the Trojan Horse to take the truth past the sentries into the heart of Western culture?  Or, is the power of the orchestrated Groupthink sufficient to herd people into their required pens so that they will respond to each new intervention, no matter what its revelations, as the narrative demands? Can humanity develop quickly enough the new language it needs to deal with these and other confounding aspects of the present, continuing situation? What might be the implications of the answers to these questions for the condition of our freedom? What are the implications of the Covid episode for the cultural meanings that surround humanity and its mortal state?

 Died Suddenly appears to be reaching a respectably significant audience, despite being dismissed as both ‘conspiracy theory’ by the purchased media, and ‘controlled opposition’ by some of those who claim to oppose the Greatest Crime in History — a telltale paradoxical discordance that inevitably accompanies any genuine useful or threatening work in a time of near-universal industrial lying Or, perhaps it’s really a sign of great potency when you are shot at by both sides.


12/25/22

Permalink Selling a war: Report exposes how German media stirs up militancy in society and works to prevent negotiations with Russia

A shock study exposes how the press is pushing for confrontation with Moscow in the EU's most powerful state | Last week, the University of Mainz published a study of German news coverage of events in Ukraine, and Berlin’s official response to the crisis. The conclusions confirm that since February 24, the media has played a major role in keeping the conflict going, and making a negotiated settlement less likely, due to almost universally biased, pro-war, anti-Russia content being published at all stages.  Researchers at the university analyzed German-language reporting on the Ukraine conflict between February 24 and May 31, assessing the content of around 4,300 separate articles published by the country’s eight leading newspapers and TV stations: FAZ, Suddeutsche Zeitung, Bild, Spiegel, Zeit, ARD Tagesschau, ZDF Today, and RTL Aktuell.  During this time, Ukraine was portrayed positively in 64% of all coverage, and President Vladimir Zelensky in 67%. By contrast, Russia was portrayed “almost exclusively negatively” 88% of the time, and President Vladimir Putin in 96% of cases. Almost all reports – 93% in total – attributed sole blame for the war to Putin and/or Russia. The West was named as “jointly responsible” in only 4% of instances, Ukraine even less so at 2%.  The perspectives of Russia on the conflict were only considered or mentioned in 10% of news reports, less than the viewpoint of any other country, including Moscow’s neighbors. Alternative for Germany and the Left Party, which both oppose arming Ukraine and prolonging the fighting, “had practically no media presence in reporting on the war.” Government messaging and statements from ministers were completely dominant, being the focus in 80% of news coverage, more than four times above the figure for opposition parties.


12/21/22

Permalink Twitter ‘directly assisted’ Pentagon’s propaganda campaigns

Newly released docs show how the social media giant helped the US military “amplify certain messages” | Twitter executives have granted the US Defense Department special privileges to use the social media platform for its covert online influence campaigns for at least five years, newly released internal company communications show.  Investigative journalist Lee Fang published the eighth batch of documents on Tuesday, after the company’s new owner, Elon Musk, authorized the release in an effort to provide transparency about Twitter’s past decision-making. 💬 “Despite promises to shut down covert state-run propaganda networks, Twitter docs show that the social media giant directly assisted the US military’s influence operations,” Fang wrote. The journalist was allowed to make requests for internal Twitter documents through an attorney, “meaning that the search results may not have been exhaustive.”


12/20/22

Permalink The Year of the Gaslighter

CJ Hopkins | The point is, the Covidian Cultists were all hypnotized! No one was threatening or gaslighting the masses! The poor confused things were doing it to themselves! | Well, it has been quite a year, 2022. I’m officially dubbing it “The Year of the Gaslighter.” I was going to dub it “The Year of the Mother of All Mindfucking Global-Capitalist Gaslighters,” but that seemed like a mouthful, so I’m opting for brevity.  Seriously, if there were an Olympics of Gaslighting, GloboCap (i.e., the global corporatocracy) would take the gold in every event. At this point, the majority of the global masses have been successfully gaslighted into a semi-conscious, quasi-cyclothymic state in which they oscillate, on a moment-by-moment basis, between robotic obedience and impotent rage. Those who are not still walking around in their masks and prophylactic face shields and injecting themselves with experimental “vaccines” for reasons they no longer even pretend to be able to articulate without gibbering like imbeciles are genuflecting at the feet of an oligarch huckster who they believe has come to deliver them from Wokeness.  If you were GloboCap, and in the process of imposing your new official ideology on the entire planet in a kind of global Gleichschaltung op, and otherwise establishing your “New Normal Reich,” and you needed the masses confused and compliant, you couldn’t ask for much more from your Gaslighting Division!  The gaslighting got underway in January, when the corporate media, health authorities, and other major organs of the New Normal Reich started suddenly “discovering” that the official Covid narrative was “inaccurate,” or, you know, a bunch of lies.  A series of limited hangouts ensued. Suddenly, it appeared that the “Covid case” and “Covid death” statistics were inaccurate, or inflated, or had been fabricated. The “vaccines” didn’t work. They were killing people. Lockdowns had been a “serious mistake.” And so on.


12/18/22

Permalink FBI treated Twitter as a 'subsidiary,' flagged tweets and accounts for 'misinformation'

The FBI and other law enforcement organizations treated Twitter as a "subsidiary," flagging numerous accounts for purportedly harmful "misinformation" since January of 2020, according to the sixth installment of the "Twitter Files" released Friday. | Independent journalist Matt Taibbi described the FBI's relationship with Twitter as having a "master-canine quality" with "constant and pervasive" contact between the bureau and the social media giant. 💬 "Between January 2020 and November 2022, there were over 150 emails between the FBI and former Twitter Trust and Safety chief Yoel Roth," Taibbi wrote, referring to the executive who helped suppress The New York Post's reporting on first son Hunter Biden's extensive overseas business interests. Taibbi also found that a "surprisingly high number" of the FBI's missives were requests "for Twitter to take action on election misinformation," including obvious jokes from accounts with low number of followers.


12/17/22

Permalink Google Goes Full-on Racist, Will Start Marking the Race of Business Owners

Google Goes Full-on Racist, Will Start Marking the Race of Business Owners | Remember the old "Whites Only/Colored Only" signs on water fountains and bathrooms in the old Jim Crow South? Thanks to Google, that kind of open, in-your-face racism is back with a vengeance. Google is so concerned that you not be racist that it is doing the most racist thing a major corporation has done at least since the passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964: it is planning to mark the race of the owners of various businesses so that racists of all varieties can patronize only the stores of their favored group. Jeremy Kauffman of LBRY.com tweeted Thursday: 💬 "Google has launched a new campaign called 'Buy Black' that encourages people to shop based on the race of the store owner. Stores in search and map results will be given icons indicating the race of the owner to make this easier."


12/15/22

Permalink Germany is now ‘total dictatorship’ – Dutch journalist to RT

Western nations have used the Ukraine conflict as a pretext to destroy what was left of the freedom of speech, Sonja van den Ende says | The EU is reportedly planning to target Russian media channels with the upcoming ninth sanctions package, freezing the assets of ANO TV-Novosti, RT’s parent company, and revoking licenses from those few outlets which still hold them within the bloc.  RT spoke on the new planned broadside against Russian media with Sonja van den Ende, a Dutch journalist, who believes the ongoing crisis has become a pretext to intensify the years-long crackdown on freedom of speech in the West. 💬 “This is what the Western countries are doing since the start of the special military operation, even before that. Even before the Syrian war, wars in Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya,” van den Ende said. But now it intensified a lot, and we see every day new things coming out. They clearly want to control the media, this is what they do already, and everything that is said in favor of Russia or just neutral about Russia is straight away banned everywhere.  Germany has repeatedly targeted RT and its German-language division RT DE in particular. The latest initiative in the field was floated this week by MP Andrea Lindholz, a CDU/CSU parliamentary group chair, who proposed to set up a special reporting office to tackle “Russian disinformation.”


12/14/22

Permalink How to Trash a Movie in Support of a Lie

PHILIP GIRALDI | How to Trash a Movie in Support of a Lie | Israel’s new government is planning to give de facto operational control of the national police and heavily armed border police to Itamar Ben-Gvir, the leader of a party of right wing, racist extremists. It can perhaps be regarded as the prelude to the last phase in the uprooting and displacement of the Palestinian people. Those who resist will be killed and not a single Israeli soldier or policeman will be punished for carrying out what the Benjamin Netanyahu government will frame as a war against terrorists blessed by Yahweh in support of his “Chosen” people.


12/13/22

Permalink CDC and Census Bureau had direct access to Twitter portal where they could flag speech for censorship

More Big Tech-Big Government censorship collusion. | Emails between an employee at the United States (US) Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Twitter have revealed that at least one CDC staff member and the US Census Bureau had access to Twitter’s dedicated “Partner Support Portal” which allows approved government partners to flag content to Twitter for censorship.  The emails were released by the nonprofit organization America First Legal and show Twitter enrolling a CDC employee into this portal through their personal account in May 2021 (pages 182-194).  On May 10, 2021, the CDC’s Carol Crawford sent Twitter employee Todd O’Boyle a list of example posts highlighting “two issues that we [the CDC] are seeing a great deal of misinfo about.” O’Boyle responded by saying that enrolling in Twitter’s Partner Support Portal is the best way for Crawford to get posts like this reviewed in the future.


12/12/22

Permalink 'Twitter Files' Part 4 Shows How Company Execs Built Case For Post-Jan. 6 Trump Ban

A fourth batch of the so-called “Twitter Files" has been released by best-selling author Michael Shellenberger. | The first installment of what has been dubbed the “Twitter Files” dropped on December 2 via investigative journalist Matt Taibbi. Since then, batches two and three were also made public after the company’s chief executive, Elon Musk, armed Taibbi and his colleague Bari Weiss with further illuminating data.  The latest installment of the treasure trove of data that Twitter CEO Elon Musk vowed would shed light on “free speech suppression” pertains to the social media platform’s actions leading up to the ban on former President Donald Trump instituted on January 8, 2021 after the events at the US capitol on January 6. Like in the case of the preceding batches, the insider information was given to journalists and authors by the tech billionaire to post on their Twitter accounts.

Ex-Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey Facing Perjury Charges for Lying to Congress about ‘Shadow-Banning’ (Slay)


12/06/22

Permalink Lady Hussey and the tyranny of identity

Brendan O'Neill | Hold the front page – old lady asks woman in African clothing where she’s from! | Does anyone else get the feeling that the identitarians have overplayed their hand in the Lady Hussey affair? It is now five days since 83-year-old Lady Susan Hussey was unceremoniously ousted from the royal household, an institution she had faithfully served for more than 60 years, for the crime of repeatedly asking black charity worker Ngozi Fulani where she’s from. And what I’m hearing from people is that this is no way to treat an old lady. That Lady Hussey may have been brusque, yes – posh people often are – but to damn her in the twilight of her life as a racist unfit for public life is out of order. It feels like there’s a lot of sympathy for Hussey, and anger at the arbitrary power of the new elites to destroy reputations on a whim.


12/04/22

Permalink New Zealand govt confirms direct access to Facebook takedown portal to flag content for censorship

New Zealand’s government has officially admitted that it has partner access to Facebook’s controversial content takedown portal. | This portal is designed specifically for government agencies to flag content to Facebook for censorship. According to The Intercept, which reported on the portal in October, government partners can also use the portal to “report disinformation directly” to Facebook.  And in a recent response to a New Zealand Official Information Act (OIA) request, which asked whether the government has partner access to Facebook’s takedown portal, the New Zealand government confirmed that the Department of Internal Affairs has access.


11/26/22

Permalink World Premiere: Died Suddenly

Why do we never believe them? For centuries, the global elite have broadcast their intentions to depopulate the world - even to the point of carving them into stone. And yet… we never seem to believe them. The Stew Peters Network is proud to present Died Suddenly, from the award winning filmmakers, Matthew Skow and Nicholas Stumphauzer.

💬 If you have not yet seen Died Suddenly, the killer documentary that dropped two days ago, I urge you to watch it as soon as you can—it’s a little over an hour—and share it far and wide. Although it makes some trivial mistakes, it is a very solid piece of work—as sound as it is harrowing, and that’s really saying something; so all those who appreciate my weekly Substacks on the toll of the “vaccines” will also very much appreciate this film, and learn a lot from it (as I did) — Mark Crispin Miller


Permalink Elon Musk mulls ‘alternative’ to Apple and Google

The billionaire said he could launch his own smartphone if Twitter is booted off popular platforms | Twitter chief Elon Musk has said he is open to creating his own “alternative” smartphone in the event tech giants move to deplatform his social media site, suggesting he could be left with no other option.  Responding to a proposal from conservative pundit Liz Wheeler that the billionaire should “produce his own smartphone” if Apple and Google were to kick Twitter off of their app stores, Musk said he would not rule it out, though voiced some reluctance toward the concept. 💬 “I certainly hope it does not come to that, but, yes, if there is no other choice, I will make an alternative phone,” he said on Friday.


11/21/22

Permalink RE: The New York Times' Reaction to the Horrifying Footage of the Shooting of Russian Prisoners of War

Объясняет Readovka | Speaking of the reaction of the international press to the horrifying footage of the shooting of Russian prisoners of war, we would like to pay particular attention to the rhetoric used. The NYT article is full of vile assumptions: "Probably shot at close range", "The video raises questions about whether Ukraine is committing war crimes".  Mention is also made of the fact that the video was first circulated on Ukrainian networks, where it received exceptionally positive reactions. There is no condemnation of what is happening in the article and there can be none, as for the western average person it just "provokes a discussion" All sorts of incomplete observers have not noticed the crimes for years, and if anything has come to their attention, it is only "probably" and "not everything is so clear-cut". Ukraine today is a weapon against Russia, and to raise it as an analogue of the banned ISIS is a goal for which the West is prepared to turn a blind eye.  What should Russia do when the conventions are silent? Realise that we can only hope for ourselves, and that in the dark night that surrounds us, only our victory will bring light. (Translation: DeepL.com)

Ukrainian Soldiers Shown Slaughtering Surrendering Russian Soldiers, Allegedly Identified (11/21/22)


11/18/22

Permalink Daily Mail readers' anger over 'Polish tractor' comes down on Zelensky

Elena Panina (Елена Панина) | Daily Mail readers' anger over 'Polish tractor' comes down on Zelensky | Our regular Daily Mail | Top 5 Comments column has been updated with British reactions to the Przewodów incident in Poland. The most replicated English tabloid, always hostile to Russia, this time couldn't get past Kiev's obvious lie about a missile strike on Polish territory. 💬 "Zelensky insists that the missile that hit Poland WAS Russian - although NATO, the US and even Poland's president said it was a misfire by Ukrainian air defence; but everyone agrees that Putin is to blame for almost provoking World War III," reads a painfully long headline in the paper, which even here could not help kicking our country. And here's the result - the most popular comments under the article, which have gathered thousands of 'likes' from other readers, emanate hatred for Zelensky and not Russia at all. The top 5 comments are as follows:

5th place: "This madman and the gangs behind him have put the whole world on its ear."
4th: "We destroyed our economy because of you and sanctions and in return you are killing the citizens of a NATO country and don't even admit it."
3rd: "I've had enough of this man".
2nd: "He is trying to involve NATO directly in the war. But actually, if Ukraine bombed Poland, a NATO member, then NATO should be dealing with Ukraine, not Russia.
1st: "Russia has nothing to do with it. Zelensky wants war."

The British are great masters not only at taming foreign "counterparts" but also at controlling their own masses. The construction of the headline in the tabloid makes it clear who his majesty's subjects have decided to unleash their wrath on this time. To see any rise in British sympathy for Russia here is misleading and even damaging: London is and will remain a zoological Russophobe. Rather, the outburst of discontent with Zelensky in the media comes as additional "political education" for the puppets in Kiev - your mistakes are unacceptable, try harder! (Translated with DeepL.com/)


Permalink British government slammed over arrest of journalists

Three reporters covering ‘Just Stop Oil’ demonstrations were detained last week | UK civil liberties organizations have demanded that Home Secretary Suella Braverman reconsider a controversial public order bill, after three journalists were arrested at ‘Just Stop Oil’ climate protests last week.  The reporters were arrested last Tuesday whilst covering the blockage of the M25 motorway around London by activists from ‘Just Stop Oil’ – an anti-fossil fuel group responsible for vandalizing priceless works of art in recent months. LBC’s Charlotte Lynch, documentary filmmaker Rich Felgate, and photographer Tom Bowles were arrested while covering the demonstration, with Felgate capturing the moment of his and Bowles’ arrests.  All three were subsequently released without charges. By the time ‘Just Stop Oil’ wound down their protest on Friday, 58 people had been charged, London’s Metropolitan Police stated. The demonstrations had been held in defiance of a court injunction. 💬 “Arresting journalists for simply attending a demonstration is unjustifiable, unlawful,” and contravenes the European Convention on Human Rights, the civil liberties groups wrote to Braverman. The groups, which include Big Brother Watch, Amnesty International, and Index on Censorship, condemned the use of a recent bill criminalizing acts causing “distress” or “annoyance” to make the arrests.


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