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Eyeless in Gaza

by Uri Avnery

Sat 14th Apr 2018
I, Uri Avnery, soldier number 44410 of the Israel army, hereby dissociate myself from the army sharpshooters who murder unarmed demonstrators along the Gaza Strip, and from their commanders, who give them the orders, up to the commander in chief.... [read more]

Trump and Syria: “The worst case scenario is now our reality.”

by Felicity Arbuthnot

Sat 14th Apr 2018
As all becomes ever more rapidly surreal it seems that, barring a miracle, Draft Dodger in Chief, Donald Trump might trigger a world war, over an incident in Syria which is entirely evidence free.... [read more]

EDITORIAL: Why drone assassinations just don't work

by Tomasz Pierscionek

Sun 4th Nov 2012
The London Progressive Journal gives its take on current events in our editorial column... [read more]
 

Taking the World to the Brink of Annihilation

by Rick Sterling

Sat 14th Apr 2018
Western neoconservatives and hawks are driving the international situation to increasing tension and danger... [read more]

The Bayer-Monsanto Merger Is Bad News for the Planet

by Ellen Brown

Sat 14th Apr 2018
Bayer and Monsanto have a long history of collusion to poison the ecosystem for profit. The Trump administration should veto their merger not just to protect competitors but to ensure human and planetary survival.... [read more]

EDITORIAL: This is free Europe, never again!

by Tomasz Pierscionek

Sat 16th Jun 2012
The London Progressive Journal gives its take on current events in the latest editorial... [read more]
 

Son of a Dog

by Uri Avnery

Sat 7th Apr 2018
The non-violent struggle is an excellent idea.... [read more]

SAPPHO’S MOON

by Geoffrey Heptonstall

Sat 7th Apr 2018
A poem by Geoffrey Heptonstall... [read more]

EDITORIAL: Murdoch, Mensch and a new England Manager

by Emmeline Ravilious

Wed 9th May 2012
The London Progressive Journal gives its take on current events in the latest editorial... [read more]
 

Inscriptions

by Simon Cockle

Sat 7th Apr 2018
A poem by Simon Cockle ... [read more]

Advertising Ghosts in the Political Machine by OutRageous!

by outRageous!

Sat 7th Apr 2018
Are You The Ghost or The Machine?... [read more]

Salisbury continues to suffer while Theresa May plays Novichok game

by Lesley Docksey

Sat 7th Apr 2018
On Easter Saturday I revisited Salisbury to see for myself. This was, after all, a holiday weekend, and Salisbury should be packed with people. Yes, car parks were full but…... [read more]
 

"Pour Out Your Wrath"

by Uri Avnery

Fri 6th Apr 2018
I was about to write an article about Pesach eve' when I remembered that I wrote exactly the same article six years ago. So I am sending the old article again – I just have nothing to add.... [read more]

Neither Juggler nor integral

by Amjad Ayub Mirza

Sun 1st Apr 2018
Kashmir: The bleeding wound of British imperialist legacy... [read more]

Joining The Labour Party

by Susan Walpole

Sun 1st Apr 2018
In September 2016 I did something I never believed I would ever do. I joined the Labour Party.... [read more]
 

Nowruz: 2018

by David Rahni

Wed 21st Mar 2018
The Persian New Year at the spring vernal equinox is commemorated in Iran, Central/West Asia and by the diaspora... [read more]

Wake Up Rise Up

by Kay Channon

Tue 20th Mar 2018
A poem by Kay Channon... [read more]

The Fake Enemy

by Uri Avnery

Tue 20th Mar 2018
Netanyahu doesn't care. Peace is the last thing he has on his troubled mind. He is far more committed to the eternal conflict with both the Arabs and the Iranians. After all, what would life be like without enemies?... [read more]
 

Salisbury, Skripal and Novichok – a local view

by Lesley Docksey

Tue 20th Mar 2018
From the moment the news came out that on Sunday March 4th in Salisbury, one of England’s revered cathedral cities, a Russian spy and his daughter had been poisoned by some form of ‘nerve agent’ my reaction was ‘Oh dear’. ... [read more]

The War on the Post Office

by Ellen Brown

Sun 18th Mar 2018
The US Postal Service, under attack from a manufactured crisis designed to force its privatization, needs a new source of funding to survive. Postal banking could fill that need.... [read more]

Pity the Almond Tree

by Uri Avnery

Fri 2nd Mar 2018
The prime minister has been officially accused by the police on two counts of bribery... [read more]
 

A Writer's Place

by Geoffrey Heptonstall

Fri 2nd Mar 2018
It was a masterpiece of evasion. He was asked, as other writers were, to comment on the needs of publishers to seek out work of merit that might not be commercially viable... [read more]

Did the CIA Sabotage Russia at the Olympics?

by Rick Sterling

Fri 2nd Mar 2018
There is something very fishy about the Anti Doping Rule Violations (ADRVs) pinned on the Russian curler and Russian bobsledder during the final week of the Peyongchang Winter Olympics. ... [read more]

The One-World View

by outRageous!

Fri 2nd Mar 2018
Here's a tale to warm your cockles - wherever they may be... [read more]