UK judge Vanessa Baraitser justified CIA spying on Julian Assange by citing a falsehood-filled CNN report. Her judgment highlighted corporate media’s enthusiastic role in a state-sponsored assault on press freedom.
Photographs surreptitiously taken inside a British courtroom and provided to The Grayzone show to visibly disoriented Julian Assange, confined to a glass cage and unable to communicate with his lawyers.
The defense for WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange alleged that the director of a Spanish security company known as Undercover Global was contracted by Sheldon Adelson, a billionaire who is one Read More…
Days before Britain’s historic election, the UK’s military-intelligence apparatus is turning to the corporate media and US government-funded NATO cut-outs to smear Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn with evidence-free Russiagate allegations.
Recordings have emerged of private conversations that Julian Assange, the WikiLeaks founder, had while living in the Ecuadorean Embassy. He and a Spanish prosecutor blame the United States.
Robot Trump includes audio function which makes fart sounds and says ‘no collusion’, ‘you are fake news’ and ‘witch-hunt’.
The Grayzone entered the carefully concealed offices of a covert, British government-backed propaganda mill that is at the center of an international scandal the mainstream media refuses to touch.
A UK-backed covert influence network apparently planned to use its connections to ensure Hollywood and foreign-language films put out a pro-Western message and sought to influence awards like the Oscars and BAFTAs, leaked documents reveal.
Exposing a sinister state-funded underhand influence network is a scoop. Yet the real conspiracy is the blind eye turned by the Western establishment, which appears fine with subterfuge, as long as it doesn’t come from Russia.
Psychoactive substances and drugs easily make their way into a British prison in Essex, where 42.6% of prisoners failed drugs tests, in what has been branded an epidemic by ombudswoman Elizabeth Moody.
MPs and peers have called for the UK’s greenhouse gas emissions to be cut to zero by 2050.
A petition with thousands of signatures supporting Julian Assange’s political asylum is set to be presented to New Zealand’s parliament.
In part one, Craig Murray sets out the official UK government account of the events in the Skripal case. In part two, he examines the credibility of this story. Next week, he will look at alternative explanations.
Theresa May has revealed a piece of advice she ignored from US President Donald Trump. POTUS told her not to enter into negotiations with the European Union; instead, she should sue the bloc as part of her Brexit strategy.