U.S. shields Israel at the U.N. — when is enough, enough?

The United Nations is a useless organisation, controlled by the USA. Some of its earliest actions, were to allow the occupation and genocide (Nakba) in Palestine, by Zionists. Then under the UN Flag, the invasion of Korea, to support a corrupt regime!

لماذا غزة؟ Why Gaza?

Thank you to Michael Lynk for highlighting the U.S. role in shielding Israel from censure or criticism at the United Nations in his recent piece in DAWN.

Americans should pay attention. Lynk is the former United Nations Special Rapporteur for human rights in the occupied Palestinian territory, from 2016 to 2022. He taught in the Faculty of Law at Western University in Ontario from 1999 to 2022. He is, most recently, the co-author of “Protecting Human Rights in Occupied Palestine: Working Through the United Nations,” with Richard Falk and John Dugard.

The U.S. hypocrisy is laid bare with just a few facts in Lynk’s article.

Since 1973, the United States has cast 81 vetoes at the U.N. Security Council, far more than any other permanent member; Russia and the former Soviet Union is in second place with 38 vetoes during that time period. More than half of these…

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‘Political interference’: what the EHRC report says that you won’t hear from the ‘MSM’ – and the blockbuster email it omits — SKWAWKBOX

EHRC text describes ‘political interference’ by Corbyn’s office – but, as always, the devil is in the detail A section of the EHRC’s report being heavily spun and exploited by opponents of the movement that galvanised under Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership of the Labour Party is that on ‘political interference’. 934 more words

‘Political interference’: what the EHRC report says that you won’t hear from the ‘MSM’ – and the blockbuster email it omits — SKWAWKBOX

Updated: Geological faults challenge fracking in the Fylde – new study

For years, those of us, who have some knowledge of the UK’s geology, have argued, the UK is definitely not suitable for ‘fracking’.


pnr gooseneck Cuadrilla Resources Cuadrilla’s Preston New Road fracking site. Photo: Cuadrilla Resources

Complex geology in one of the UK’s leading shale gas regions places a major constraint on exploration and production, scientists have concluded.

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