• Monica Lewinsky – creating a life out of the ruins

    Monica Lewinsky – creating a life out of the ruins
    Monica Lewinsky of the Bill Clinton impeachment scandal has rebranded herself in recent years as an activist against cyber-bullying. She describes herself as “patient zero of losing a personal reputation on a global scale” has spoken out against the “public shaming epidemic”. Her 2015 Ted Talk, The Price of Shame, has been viewed 20 million times. She has now signed a production deal with 20th TV, working on the latest of the American Crime Story anthology series. ‘
  • Elizabeth Short – an unsolvable puzzle

    Elizabeth Short – an unsolvable puzzle
    The mystery of Elizabeth Short’s brutal and macabre murder in 1947 has continued to fascinate reporters and writers through the decades since, all with different theories based on flimsy evidence but held onto as “unmistakable truths” about what became known as the Black Dahlia murder. Alleged culprits range from a demented surgeon, to a lowlife serial killer burned in a fire years later, as well as George Hodel, a notorious surgeon who ran in Hollywood social circles with Man
  • Alcoholics Anonymous – Chiron and Neptune

    Alcoholics Anonymous – Chiron and Neptune
    Alcoholics Anonymous has been around for 86 years with a membership of around 2 million globally which for a self-support group is not bad going. June 10 1935 is celebrated as the day of its anniversary which has a perfect T Square for its role in treating alcoholism with a focal point wounded- healer Chiron square Neptune in health-oriented Virgo opposition Saturn in Pisces. Saturn Neptune is also associated with the drive to create a better society. The Gemini Sun is also conjunct Chiron and s
  • Social menaces – Kawczynski, Roberts, Teigen

    Social menaces – Kawczynski, Roberts, Teigen
    Bad behaviour comes in many forms – verbal and otherwise. There are grovelling apologies (sort of) this week from a couple of bullies and not so much from another culprit.On the UK political front Tory MP Daniel Kawczynski, 24 January 1972, was said to have been “repeatedly aggressive, rude and impatient” with parliamentary staff as he struggled with IT issues during the first lockdown. And Rob Roberts, former Tory MP, now independent after losing the whip over a sexual ha
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  • Jackie Collins – a surprising culture shifter

    Jackie Collins – a surprising culture shifter
    Jackie Collins created a new genre of wildly popular romantic (sexual) fiction which sent 500 million books flying off airport stands all over the world. She was ahead of her time in writing strong female characters who fought for what they wanted in the bedroom and in their careers. Her carefully crafted shoulder-padded, over-made-up public image sold her brand. But she never threw off her inferiority complex at being the glamorous actress Joan Collins’ younger sister.  A new documen
  • New Israeli PM – turning a page on the past

    New Israeli PM – turning a page on the past
    Naftali Bennett was sworn in last night as the new Israeli prime minister at the head of an unwieldy coalition of right, centre, left and Arab-Israeli replacing Benjamin Netanyahu.  This is just a memorandum for the future with more details in the previous post of June 3 2021.  He was sworn in probably around 9pm on 13th June (anyone with an accurate time?). This gives an almost exact, lacklustre, indecisive Gemini Sun square Neptune; an exact contradictory, can-be-autocratic, doesn&rs
  • Sarah Palin – a faded star

    Sarah Palin – a faded star
    Sarah Palin has popped her head above the parapet to announce she may run against Lisa Murkowksi, the Republican senator for Alaska since 2002, a Trump critic who voted for his impeachment. Others have said they’ll throw their hats into the ring as well.  Palin has faded from view after a flurry of several years of Tea Party political activity, reality TV shows, radio and a best-selling book in the wake of her failed 2008 VP run. She endorsed Trump in 2016 and divorced her husband in
  • Bezos brothers – rich boys adventure

    Bezos brothers – rich boys adventure
    Jeff Bezos, his brother Mark and an online auction winner are aiming to go into space for 11 minutes on July 20th on the first crewed flight of New Shepard, a spacecraft system designed to take ticket holders on brief joy rides to space. The fully autonomous suborbital rocket is unlike Moon craft since it won’t circle the earth or float in space. It will go 62 miles above Earth, at 17,000 miles per hour, and will hit three times the speed of sound until the rocket expends most of its fuel.
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  • Edward de Bono – dazzling or deluded?

    Edward de Bono – dazzling or deluded?
    Edward de Bono, a self-styled genius who invented the term lateral thinking, has died. His 60 plus books and relentless stream of out-of-the-box ideas brought riches and withering criticism. One reviewer said he had “the great salesman’s gift of being fluent in the international language of gibberish. If his life and career teach us anything, it is that no one ever lost money blowing his own trumpet.” Another commentator rejected lateral thinking as “founded on nifty puzz
  • Lindsey Buckingham – a fireball Libra

    Lindsey Buckingham – a fireball Libra
    Lindsey Buckingham, best known as lead guitarist and singer with Fleetwood Mac through its glory days, has announced a new solo album along with the news that he is divorcing his wife of 21 years Kristin Messner. Amidst tales of rolling melodrama and conflict he and Stevie Nicks, his romantic and musical partner of the time, raised the band to global heights in the 1970s/80s and after a decade’s break he returned in 1997 only to be fired in 2018. Rock n’ roll took its toll and he had
  • Replicated Study Enhances Astrological Claims

    Replicated Study Enhances Astrological Claims
    Two years ago, I carried out a repeat of an experiment that I first conducted in 2005. In this experiment I tracked down 1,300 intimate relationships of people in the public eye, tracking each as if I were tracing organised crime networks applying a technique known as Criminal Groups Analysis. This method enabled me to gather a great deal of accurate data from public sources in a controlled process.
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  • Man Ray, Picasso, Dali & Hodel – an unholy collection

    Man Ray, Picasso, Dali & Hodel – an unholy collection
    Lee Miller’s damaging childhood propelled her into adult life with an inclination towards risky, unstable though talented men. Man Ray, the photographer, 27 August 1890, who taught her and tried to control her, had a hair-raisingly difficult chart with Neptune Pluto in Gemini opposition Mars square Sun Saturn in Virgo – hard, angry, ruthless, unbalanced.  Her Paris circle included Pablo Picasso, 25 October 1881 11.15 pm Malaga, Spain, who was a Scorpio Sun opposition Saturn with
  • Lee Miller – trauma and creativity ++ Penrose

    Lee Miller – trauma and creativity ++ Penrose
    Lee Miller’s genius as a fashion and war photographer was destined to stay a footnote in art-historical journals until her son found a vast archive of her work, more than 80,000 negatives in an attic, after her death in 1977. Since then a foundation has been set up, various exhibitions held and a documentary about her extraordinary and tragic life has brought her name to prominence.  She graced the cover of Vogue as a model when she was 20, moved to Paris and began a professional and
  • Lee Miller – trauma and creativity

    Lee Miller – trauma and creativity
    Lee Miller’s genius as a fashion and war photographer was destined to stay a footnote in art-historical journals until her son found a vast archive of her work, more than 80,000 negatives in an attic, after her death in 1977. Since then a foundation has been set up, various exhibitions held and a documentary about her extraordinary and tragic life has brought her name to prominence.  She graced the cover of Vogue as a model when she was 20, moved to Paris and began a professional and
  • Naomi Wolf & Melanie Phillips – the furies speak

    Naomi Wolf & Melanie Phillips – the furies speak
    Naomi Wolf is in a full-on anti-vaxxer rant round the US at the moment. Although she garnered a respectable reputation initially as leader of the third wave of feminism, her scaremongering in recent years about government-led plots to establish a dictatorship and other conspiracy theories, has been described as “unhinged, damaging, and dangerous.”  Born 12 November 1962 4.10 am San Francisco, California with an anthropologist mother and a gothic-horror scholar father, she is an
  • Naomi Wolf & Melanie Phillips – the furies shriek

    Naomi Wolf & Melanie Phillips – the furies shriek
    Naomi Wolf is in a full-on anti-vaxxer rant round the US at the moment. Although she garnered a respectable reputation initially as leader of the third wave of feminism, her scaremongering in recent years about government-led plots to establish a dictatorship and other conspiracy theories, has been described as “unhinged, damaging, and dangerous.”  Born 12 November 1962 4.10 am San Francisco, California with an anthropologist mother and a gothic-horror scholar father, she is an
  • UK v EU – will Biden bury the hatchet? ++ 1999 Eclipse

    UK v EU – will Biden bury the hatchet? ++ 1999 Eclipse
    Faint hopes exist that Joe Biden may manage to exert enough pressure on Boris Johnson at the G7 summit to move the intractable Northern Ireland Protocol dispute towards a compromise. Biden has an Irish background and is alarmed at anything that would upset the Good Friday Agreement. Northern Irish businesses have called on UK and EU leaders to stop the Brexit “blame game” and end growing tensions over the checks on food and goods crossing the Irish Sea into the region. Though its dif
  • UK v EU – will Biden bury the hatchet?

    UK v EU – will Biden bury the hatchet?
    Faint hopes exist that Joe Biden may manage to exert enough pressure on Boris Johnson at the G7 summit to move the intractable Northern Ireland Protocol dispute towards a compromise. Biden has an Irish background and is alarmed at anything that would upset the Good Friday Agreement. Northern Irish businesses have called on UK and EU leaders to stop the Brexit “blame game” and end growing tensions over the checks on food and goods crossing the Irish Sea into the region. Though its dif
  • Lilibet – a name to conjure with ++

    Lilibet – a name to conjure with  ++
    Lilibet Diana Mountbatten-Windsor arrived on Friday at 11.40 am in Santa Barbara, California. She has a public-career oriented and communicative 10th house Gemini Sun in a sensible, hard-working trine to Saturn in her 6th house, sextile a secretive, intense 8th house Moon in Aries. Her Saturn is in an erratic, can-be-dictatorial square to Uranus in the 9th, hinting she’ll be pulled between alternative philosophies and conventional ways.   Both her Saturn and Uranus hard aspect he
  • Lilibet – a name to conjure with

    Lilibet – a name to conjure with
    Lilibet Diana Mountbatten-Windsor arrived on Friday at 11.40 am in Santa Barbara, California. She has a public-career oriented and communicative 10th house Gemini Sun in a sensible, hard-working trine to Saturn in her 6th house, sextile a secretive, intense 8th house Moon in Aries. Her Saturn is in an erratic, can-be-dictatorial square to Uranus in the 9th, hinting she’ll be pulled between alternative philosophies and conventional ways.   Both her Saturn and Uranus hard aspect he
  • Justin Trudeau – a shape shifter

    Justin Trudeau – a shape shifter
    Justin Trudeau has called for the Catholic Church who ran 60% of the residential schools in Canada to “step up” and take responsibility for its role in the deaths of indigenous children. In 2017 he asked the Pope to consider an apology for its part on the government-sponsored establishments but that hasn’t been forthcoming. Though Trudeau himself has been ducking questions about fully implementing all the recommendations of the 2015 Truth and Reconciliation inquiry which condem
  • Russell Brand – running on high-octane fuel

    Russell Brand – running on high-octane fuel
    Russell Brand, the controversialist and comedian, morphed into political activist, has been mouthing off about lack of transparency in government about coronavirus. After a chequered career on radio, stage and TV marked by scandals over promiscuity, drugs and his bad behaviour, he has taken up arms in recent years about wealth inequality, addiction, corporate capitalism, climate change, and media bias.  He was born on 4th June 1975 at midnight according to his biography though it isn’
  • F Lee Bailey – a circus master in court

    F Lee Bailey – a circus master in court
    Flashy showmanship in court gave F. Lee Bailey, the celebrity criminal lawyer, an infamous reputation for bamboozling juries into reasonable doubt which allowed many to walk free including  O.J. Simpson, the army commander at the My Lai massacre in Vietnam, Dr Sam Sheppard (The Fugitive) and the Torso Murderer (later convicted of another killing). He failed in his defence of Patty Hearst and the Boston Strangler.  His New York Times obituary said: “He was a riveting courtroom per
  • Prince Edward & Sophie – a moment to savour

    Prince Edward & Sophie – a moment to savour
    The shifting sands of Royal favour have thrust Sophie Wessex and Prince Edward into the foreground after the death of Prince Philip and Megxit. But the reasons behind their elevation may tell against them when the Queen hands over. Sophie has become the Queen’s trusted support and Edward was evidently (oddly) Philip’s favourite. Whether they will stay as popular when the next generation steps up is questionable. Charles is notoriously prickly and the younger two Royals, Andrew and Ed
  • Japan Olympics – an unlucky prize

    Japan Olympics – an unlucky prize
    Despite strong public disapproval in Japan the Olympics appear to be going ahead for a July 23rd kick-off without international spectators. The suspicion is that the IOC, arrogant as ever, and the sponsors, have backed the Japanese Government into a corner. Cancelling would cost it is reckoned $17 billion, but that is less than the cost of the economic damage if an infection surge leads to another state of emergency.  The start date is fraught with a blocked, high-tension Sun opposition Plu
  • Hungary & Poland v EU – rebellious late entrants

    Hungary & Poland v EU – rebellious late entrants
    Hungary has lost its attempt in the European Court of Justice to reverse the outcome of a vote by MEPs that could lead to a country being stripped of voting rights in Brussels. Red flags have been raised over recent anti-democratic reforms curbing the independence of Hungary’s judiciary, central bank and media. In reality, the risk of losing voting rights is slight since it would take the support of 26 of 27 member states to agree and Poland has pledged support. Though it will still be pos
  • Israel – on the brink of the unknown

    Israel – on the brink of the unknown
    An improbable coalition of far-right, secular centre and Arab-Israeli have formed with the intention of outing Benjamin Netanyahu, the Israel’slongest serving prime minister, after four elections in two years failed to form a government. It will need parliamentary backing to take office and Netanyahu is throwing his considerable political skills and weight into blocking it.  If it goes ahead Naftali Bennett, pro-settler, a religious nationalist and against a Palestinian state, will se
  • Peter Tatchell – speaking out no matter the cost

    Peter Tatchell – speaking out no matter the cost
    ‘Hating Peter Tatchell’ is a new netflix film about the Australian-born LGBTQ+ and human rights activist, who over half a century has charged headlong into battle without regard for his safety, protesting against homophobia, apartheid and the death penalty. He says: ‘I’ve been violently assaulted over 300 times, had 50 attacks on my flat, been the victim of half a dozen murder plots and received tens of thousands of hate messages and death threats over the last five decad
  • Canada’s First Nation – mourning their loss ++ Canada

    Canada’s First Nation – mourning their loss ++ Canada
    A mass grave containing the remains of 215 children found at a former residential school set up to forcibly assimilate indigenous people in Canada has shone a spotlight on the ‘cultural genocide’ policies of the early government.  The Indian Act of 12 April 1876 aimed amongst other things to eliminate First Nations culture in favour of assimilation into Euro-Canadian society. Further amendments led to the establishment of compulsory boarding schools run by the government and RC
  • Canada’s First Nation – mourning their loss

    Canada’s First Nation – mourning their loss
    A mass grave containing the remains of 215 children found at a former residential school set up to forcibly assimilate indigenous people in Canada has shone a spotlight on the ‘cultural genocide’ policies of the early government.  The Indian Act of 12 April 1876 aimed amongst other things to eliminate First Nations culture in favour of assimilation into Euro-Canadian society. Further amendments led to the establishment of compulsory boarding schools run by the government and RC
  • Naomi Osaka – wilting under media pressure

    Naomi Osaka – wilting under media pressure
    Naomi Osaka, the women’s NO 1 tennis champion, four times Grand Slam winner and reigning US and AU Open champion has withdrawn from the French Open after a botched handling of her refusal to attend press conferences. Her reason was that her mental health issues made facing negative media questions damaging. Initially it did sound an overly precious excuse and sent Piers Morgan off on a rant, but it then emerged she has suffered from major depressive bouts.  She was born 16 October 199
  • Kate Winslet – a triumph in a worn, world-weary role

    Kate Winslet – a triumph in a worn, world-weary role
    Actress Kate Winslet has become the TV hit of the year for her portrayal of a moody, middle-aged grandmother and detective in Mare of Easttown. Her penchant for not opting for commerce-driven movies despite her early success in Titanic possibly stems from her thespian background with actor grandparents who ran an English provincial repertory company.  She has still acquired an impressive array of awards – Oscars, Golden Globes, BAFTAs and Emmys.  She was born 5 October 1975 at 7.
  • Dionne Quintuplets – treated as freaks

    Dionne Quintuplets – treated as freaks
    The last two remaining Dionne Quintuplets have celebrated their 87th birthday. They had a tumultuous upbringing being removed from home a few weeks after their birth to be turned into a tourist attraction in return for free medical care. They were returned to their parents aged nine and for years were bullied by their five elder siblings and sexually abused by their father. All left home at 18 and had little contact with their parents after that. Their parents lived in considerable style because
  • Tulsa Massacre – another Mercury Pluto rampage

    Tulsa Massacre – another Mercury Pluto rampage
    One of America’s worst outbreaks of racial violence happened 100 years ago in Tulsa, Oklahoma when a white mob killed 300 black people, ran amok in one of the country’s most prosperous Black communities known as Black Wall Street, destroying hundreds of Black-owned businesses, churches and homes – the equivalent of $32 million dollars worth of damages nowadays. 10,000 were left homeless and a further 800 injured. Witnesses reported seeing bodies tossed into the muddy Arkansas R
  • Boris & Carrie – a heated hookup

    Boris & Carrie – a heated hookup
    The happy day came sooner rather than later with Boris hitching with Carrie yesterday at a small family event just after 2pm in London with celebrations to come next year. It was conducted at a Roman Catholic Cathedral on the spurious grounds that Boris, baptised originally as RC although non practising, could have his two previous marriages and divorces regarded as non-existent since they were conducted under other religious umbrellas.  On the wedding chart there’s a light-hearted, s
  • GB News – not an inspiring start

    GB News – not an inspiring start
    GB news – a new 24-hour news and opinion channel is due to launch ON June 13 with a mission to inform those fed up with the BBC’s ‘woke’ culture and London-centric thinking. The CEO is Angelos Frangopoulos, who turned Sky News Australia into a right-wing megaphone, and the Chairman is Andrew Neil who will also host a political discussion show. Critics fear it will lead to the ‘Foxification’ of the UK’s broadcast media. Though the experience from down und
  • Elizabeth Warren – good news ahead

    Elizabeth Warren – good news ahead
    Elizabeth Warren, one of the moderate progressives in the Democratic Party is rattling up CEOs in her campaign to hold the corporate world to account. She lost the fight to be Democratic nominee for the 2020 presidency and says she’ll run again for her Massachusetts Senate seat come 2024, supporting Joe Biden in his stated aim of a second term.  She was born 22 June 1949 and is an innovative Sun Uranus in Cancer with a combative and determined mini-Grand Trine of Mars Mercury in Gemin
  • Ghislaine Maxwell – facing Saturn’s reckoning

    Ghislaine Maxwell – facing Saturn’s reckoning
    Ghislaine Maxwell due for trial this November on charges of sex trafficking and other offences may face evidence from other Epstein co-conspirators of Jeffrey Epstein, which could be damaging to her case.She has pleaded not guilty.  Legal wrangles are continuing in advance of the due date.  Born 25 December 1961 3.20pm Maisons Lafitte, France, she has an intense, secretive Capricorn Sun, Mars and Mercury in the 8th house of money and sex, with her Mars in a passionate conjunction to Ve
  • Switzerland – rejecting the EU’s demands

    Switzerland – rejecting the EU’s demands
      ‘A brave act of defiance’ saw Switzerland walk out of talks on a closer trading relationship with the EU. Their rejection of the terms offered – jurisdiction of the European court of justice and permanent residence to EU citizens, with access to social security from day one – could cost the country 1.2 billion euros a year.  Switzerland is the bloc’s fourth biggest trading partner and its economy is closely integrated with the 27 member states. The colla
  • Will Science Accept Astrology?

    Will Science Accept Astrology?
    Will it be accepted more widely as a sound system that receives professional prestige and recognition in the coming decades? I believe the answer is yes on two fronts. One, the human mind is expanding its capacity to incorporate a cosmological set of principles and understand the unity and connection of all things. Two, as astrologers keep honing their skills and delivering satisfactory results to their students and clients, it can only grow bigger and better.
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  • Catherine – growing into a Duchess

    Catherine – growing into a Duchess
    Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, has come into her own in recent years, never putting a foot wrong, with an heir and two spares under her belt. She wears sporting gear as comfortably as middle-of-the-road high-fashion and charms her way round a busy charity schedule.  By all accounts she is shy so has taken a while to come out of her shell. She’ll almost certainly become increasingly compelling and confident as a personality as she grows older.  My impression is she has upped her
  • Syria – with ‘mafia mob boss’ Assad in charge for now

    Syria – with ‘mafia mob boss’ Assad in charge for now
    Syria is about to hold elections described in Europe as a farce which will undoubtedly return Bashar Assad on an unassailable and risible majority. The country battered by a savage war for a decade, with Russia and Iran as military backstops, has disappeared from the headlines but Bashar Assad has been ruthlessly consolidating his family’s power and wealth overseeing what is left of a broken nation.  Half of Syria’s population is displaced, with many remaining outside its border
  • Dominic Cummings – hot coals of vengeance ++ Hancock

    Dominic Cummings – hot coals of vengeance ++ Hancock
    “We must have bloody noses and crack’d crowns.” (Henry IV Part 1)Dominic Cummings let fly with both barrels when talking to MPs about the government’s handling of the Covid crisis before he was summarily tossed out of the door last November. In a positively Shakespearean rant he accused Boris Johnson of being unfit to be PM and Health Secretary Matt Hancock of lying repeatedly and behaving in a ‘criminal’ way.  And on and on and on. Carrie Symonds got it
  • Dominic Cummings – hot coals of vengeance

    Dominic Cummings – hot coals of vengeance
    “We must have bloody noses and crack’d crowns.” (Henry IV Part 1)Dominic Cummings let fly with both barrels when talking to MPs about the government’s handling of the Covid crisis before he was summarily tossed out of the door last November. In a positively Shakespearean rant he accused Boris Johnson of being unfit to be PM and Health Secretary Matt Hancock of lying repeatedly and behaving in a ‘criminal’ way.  And on and on and on. Carrie Symonds got it
  • Eclipses, Solar and Lunar – 2021

    Eclipses, Solar and Lunar – 2021
    A run round the Eclipses in 2021.The Total Lunar Eclipse, a powerful Full Moon, on 26 May falls at five degrees Sagittarius/Gemini. The Sun opposition Moon squares onto Jupiter which will bring an expansive mood. Though Jupiter can overdo the exaggeration and magnify the negative as well as the positive. There will be a frustratingly stuck and high-risk Mars opposition Pluto with a slippery Neptune square Mercury and Venus, trine Mars and sextile Pluto so there will be evasiveness and confusion.
  • Max Mosely – exerting control on his back story

    Max Mosely – exerting control on his back story
    Max Mosely has died, famous as a key figure spearheading Formula One racing for decades and infamous as the son of the prominent fascists ‘Blackshirt’ Oswald Mosley and the former Diana Mitford; and latterly a relentless campaigner for press regulation after he was outed by a Murdoch tabloid for a sado-masochistic orgy with prostitutes.  The liberal left, including Labour’s Tom Watson became cheerleaders for his attacks on media intrusion but then dropped him like a hot br
  • Boris & Carrie – a snap, crackle, pop wedding

    Boris & Carrie – a snap, crackle, pop wedding
    A happy occasion to brighten spirits in advance with Boris and Carrie having sent out ‘put in your diary’ cards for a putative wedding on July 23 2022. Given her ambitious and mega-expensive decoration scheme for the No 10 makeover she no doubt wants time to plan a showy event to remember.  The chosen day has a firecracker, argumentative Mars Uranus conjunction square Mercury Moon opposition Saturn so it does not point to a calm or particularly upbeat mood.  Given Boris&rsq
  • Belarus dictator – flagrant abuse of airspace ++ Roman Protasevich

    Belarus dictator – flagrant abuse of airspace ++ Roman Protasevich
      ‘An act of state terrorism’ is how the forced diversion of a Ryanair flight going from Greece to Lithuania with a fake bomb threat in order to seize a Belarusian opposition activist on board is being described. Alexander Lukashenko, Europe’s last dictator, president of Belarus since 1994, has been facing increasing opposition since ‘deeply’ flawed elections last year led to huge protests over his economic mismanagement and handling of the pandemic.  The
  • Belarus dictator – flagrant abuse of airspace

    Belarus dictator – flagrant abuse of airspace
      ‘An act of state terrorism’ is how the forced diversion of a Ryanair flight going from Greece to Lithuania with a fake bomb threat in order to seize a Belarusian opposition activist on board is being described. Alexander Lukashenko, Europe’s last dictator, president of Belarus since 1994, has been facing increasing opposition since ‘deeply’ flawed elections last year led to huge protests over his economic mismanagement and handling of the pandemic.  The
  • Stonewall – a campaign that lost its way

    Stonewall – a campaign that lost its way
      Stonewall, the LGBT rights charity, is coming under increasing attack for its support of militant transgender policies which have led to a cancel culture in universities aimed at gender critical academics. It has also lent its weight to the argument that would-be-trans children should be allowed to consent to surgical and chemical interference. None of which were in its original remit and bring it into headlong conflict with many of those whom it was set up to support. Prominent LGBT acti

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