Coal Not Dole

In 1984 the British National Coal Board announced a reduction in coal output that amounted to the loss of twenty pits and 20,000 jobs, which led to the neutering of the power of the Trade Unions’ power to use defensive force to protect the livelihoods of working men, whose communities, from Cymru to Bernicia, were […]

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Britain’s Invisible Empire

Ed Spannaus introduces the September 1997 panel on Britain’s Invisible Empire. Copies of the Fall of the House of Windsor Report that he mentions are available at www.larouchepub.com. Counter-Intelligence editor Jeff Steinberg opens by detailing the structure and nature of the modern British Empire starting with Queen Elizabeth, her prerogative powers, the Privy Council, and […]

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Wake-The-Feck-Up Podcast #008: The Case for Sovereign Independence

This is a Wake-The-Feck-Up Podcast of Michael O’Bernicia’s dissemination of international laws and conventions which acknowledge, affirm and recognise that all indigenous peoples upon the Earth have the unalienable right to declare Sovereign Independence, whether as an individual or part of an organisation, association or collective. This is juxtaposed with powerfully damning allegations of genocide […]

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