All posts tagged: boris johnson

Russian-Ukrainian War after 3 Months

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has invited Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky to create a new alliance, an alternative to the EU, that could include the Baltic states as well, the Italian daily Corriere della Sera has reported citing its sources. This alliance could include, in addition to the UK and Ukraine, Poland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania […]

Food and Shelter for Ukrainians, Starvation and Dispossession for Muslims

The Arab news agency Al Jazeera reported today what no Western news agency considered important: “Families fearful as UN reduces food aid to northwest Syria.” A World Food Program (WFP) spokesperson was quoted as explaining that for “For northwest Syria this means, starting May 2022, the [food] basket will reduce from 1,300 to 1,170 [kilocalories] […]

Views on the News 15/04/2022

Headlines: • Britain Plans to Send Migrants to Rwanda under Tougher Asylum Policy • Pakistan to Seek Deepening of ‘Important’ Ties with US • Pakistan to Name Miftah Ismail as Finance Chief before IMF Talks Britain Plans to Send Migrants to Rwanda Under Tougher Asylum Policy Britain could send tens of thousands of asylum seekers […]

Strategic Estimate 2022

Strategic Estimate is an annual report that looks at the global balance of power Download Strategic Estimate 2022 2021 will likely always be remembered for the year the global superpower was humbled in the graveyard of empires. After two decades of war the US reached the same position the British Empire and the Soviet Union […]

Summit 26 Drops a Fig Leaf on the Corruption of the World Order and Exposes the Lies of Those in Charge of it

It’s summit number 26! That summit, which was held on January 31, 2021, means that there were 25 other climate summits that preceded it, but it did not produce tangible results. This summit was held and the climatic emergencies continued (record floods, huge fires, global warming, the decline of the natural environment, the spread of […]

Q&A: The Scopes and Significance of the US Military Alliance with Britain and Australia

Question: What are the scopes and significance of the US military alliance with Britain and Australia? Is it directed against China? Or is it a British and American slap to France after it destroyed Britain’s influence in Tunisia, and after its followers turned against America’s agents in Guinea, and after France’s efforts to build a […]

Protesters Topple Queen Victoria and Elizabeth II Statues in Canada

Canadian protesters have torn down and defaced statues of Queen Victoria and Elizabeth II in anger over the historical treatment of indigenous people. Demonstrators gathered in Winnipeg, Manitoba to highlight abuses under Canada’s residential schools system, which saw at least 150,000 indigenous children forced away from their families to assimilate them into Canadian society.

Q&A: The Impact of the US-Russia Summit in Geneva

Question: On Wednesday 16/6/2021 the first summit between US President Biden and Russian President Putin was held in Geneva. What is the significance of this summit? And what is its objective? Were positive results achieved from the meeting of the two presidents in Geneva, that is, are US-Russian relations heading towards improvement after years of […]

Western Colonialists Funding Education to Perpetuate Intellectual Slavery

On Friday, 11 June 2021, President Uhuru Kenyatta congratulated UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson for pledging £430 million (approximately Ksh65 billion) towards the Global Partnership for Education (GPE) campaign. The president said that Kenya is grateful to PM Boris Johnson and the UK for leading the call to fund education and for rallying world leaders […]

“Greed does not deliver”

The Guardian published headline analysis on the 15th of April: “Oxford/AstraZeneca Covid vaccine research ‘was 97% publicly funded’.” This came in response to the boasting of the UK prime minister, Boris Johnson, who said that the record-fast development of Covid-19 vaccines was “because of capitalism, because of greed!” The Guardian analysis contradicted that claim.