Notes on the News By Gwydion M. Williams Disgusted With Capitalism, Terrified of Socialism Burning Bridges With China Ukraine – Arming the Useful Idiots “Let The World Suffer, Unless India and China Stay Low” Pay Less, Care Less Snippets A False Meritocracy Life, Liberty and the Avoidance of Happiness Communist Subversion in the 1950s Chinese … Continue reading Notes on the News
By Gwydion M. Williams Canada Drowns, Business Hesitates Government: It’s Not a Bad Habit China: the New Civilisation that the Soviet Union Failed To Be Snippets OLIMBY Covid: Survival of the Worst China’s Sputnik Moment? Unhappy Rich People Did Modern Humans Invent Cold-Blooded Murder? Canada Drowns, Business Hesitates “Atmospheric rivers are typically several thousand kilometers … Continue reading Notes on the News
This Month in Parliament 2 Questions in Parliament, 24th November 2021 Matthew Pennycook (Lab) Q7. The Government’s integrated review has concluded that the Chinese state poses a systemic challenge to our national security, and the Prime Minister has made it clear that when it comes to China, we must remain vigilant about our critical national infrastructure. … Continue reading The Government and China
By Gwydion M. Williams Notes on the News Sadly, President Biden is no Dictator China the Key? Parliaments the Least Bad System? How to Ease the Climate Crisis Taiwan – the basics Snippets Upper London Holds the World’s Dirty Money Iraq: the Wrong Sort of Democracy Sadly, President Biden is no Dictator President Biden wants to … Continue reading Notes on the News
The US and the UK recognise that Taiwan is part of China. Yet they speak as if Taiwan’s independence might be endangered and Taiwan need their protection, military if need be. The BBC gives the impression that Taiwan is under threat. It is ambiguous, as at times it is very careful about stating that the Chinese planes … Continue reading The United States does not support Taiwan independence.
Editorial group One of the main components of media propaganda is the reporting of events with a false context. That false context can be set either by a blatant lie or simply not providing the actual context. Not providing the actual context is a more subtle means of delivering the lie without being held responsible … Continue reading BBC Sharpening its Anti-China Propaganda
Notes on the News By Gwydion M. Williams Notes on the News Afghanistan – Taliban and Nothingists Hurrey for Huawei Internet – Not Being Free Our Way Snippets Russia is Red Again Anyone For Tennis? Morocco Congratulated On Thwarting Democracy Cold Wars – Not In Our Backyard Wealth Rules in the USA Anti-State Fears Out … Continue reading Notes on the News
There is NATO, there is Five Eyes (the Anglo-Saxon English speaking alliance between Canada, New Zealand, Australia, the UK and the US); there is the Quadrilateral Security Dialog—the so-called "Quad"—a strategic engagement between Australia, India, Japan, and the United States, there is the 1971 Five Powers Defence Arrangements, (Australia, New Zealand, Malaysia, Singapore and the UK). Now … Continue reading Aukus – Parliament Notes 1
Diary of an ex-Corbyn foot soldier (September, 2021) Dictionary definition of “foot soldier”: “…a dedicated low level follower…” Michael Murray: email@example.com; FaceBook: Michael Murray London Contents: (1) “Why isn’t the British left excited by what’s happening in China?” (2) “The Uyghurs and China” (1) “Why isn’t the British left excited by what’s happening in China?” Introduction “Okay. … Continue reading Why isn’t the British left excited by what’s happening in China?