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Cameron wants an alliance with Iran

Posted by seumasach on August 22, 2014

I am delighted that David Cameron has adopted the position long argued in these columns that Britain should form a strategic partnership with Iran. He should do the same with regard to Russia and China and , in general, move to fully embrace multipolarity


17th August, 2014

Britain must prepared to ally itself with Iran to combat the “shared threat” of Sunni Islamist extremists in Iraq and Syria who want to create “a terrorist state” that could extend to “the shores of the Mediterranean,” David Cameron has said.

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Concerned Africa Scholars’ Jacob Mundy

Posted by smeddum on March 18, 2009


By Stephen Gowans

March 17, 2009



A member of the executive committee of the scholars’ organization that has accused Mahmoud Mamdani of falling for the anti-imperialist rhetoric of Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe, has volunteered and worked for pro-imperialist organizations and has given briefings to the US State Department and Intelligence Council. (1) Read the rest of this entry »

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The Consequences of Imperialism

Posted by seumasach on January 29, 2009


Craig Murray’s Blog

25th January, 2009


One of the purposes of this blog is to reconnect my readers with our heritage of British radical thought. These ideas were very much part of the intellectual mainstream, but in my lifetime that mainstream has been drastically narrowed by the control of media and of education by the very interests and methods that will be described in this entry.

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