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UK Column expose ATVOD, part of the UK's Ministry of Truth

Brian Gerrish and Mike Robinson discuss the attempted ATVOD regulation/censorship of the UK Column video channel in a non-television-like way.  ATVOD is the UK's Authority for Television on Demand, a part of the UK's Ministry of Truth, OFCOM (Office of Communications).

Not The UK Column News - ATVOD Exposed

People pressure starts to pay off over Ireland's oil and gas giveaway

If ever a story shows that persistent pressure by concerned people can yield results then the Irish gas and oil story is one that has just hit the hundredth monkey.

Ireland's banking inquiry cannot investigate government cabinet meetings that led to bank guarantee

The committee has been told that Cabinet confidentiality protects any discussions leading to the ill-fated guarantee.

Thai protesters take to Facebook to target businesses linked to PM

Protesters campaigning to oust Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra turned to Facebook and other social media to attack businesses linked to her family on Thursday and rallied outside the offices of a property developer whose share price tumbled.

Angry Britons slam government's handling of flooding crisis

The UK coalition government is facing mounting criticism for failing to do enough to prevent flooding, which has crippled parts of the country since almost two months ago.

ATF hid botched gun & drug-buying storefront operations from Congress

and even promoted the agent in charge!

Thai premier snubs calls for resignation amid protests

Thailand Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra says she will not step down, despite growing calls by the opposition protesters for her resignation.

Thailand's political crisis: The inside story

A classic struggle between social classes is being played out in the streets of Bangkok, Thailand, as hundreds of thousands of so-called 'yellow shirt' middle-class demonstrators seek to overthrow the current democratically-elected government.

Fresh anti-government protests held in Thailand

Thousands of anti-government protesters have gathered in Thailand’s capital, Bangkok, in a rally aimed at increasing support for the ouster of Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra.

Protesters remain on Bangkok streets as political situation remains unsettled in Thailand

Anti-government protesters have once again taken to the streets in the Thai capital, Bangkok. Demonstrators continued protests in the capital on Sunday, calling for the government of Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra to resign and a people’s council to replace the parliament.

Americans extremely pessimistic about government according to poll

Americans have an extremely negative view of their government and express remarkably little confidence that government officials can solve the country’s biggest problems, according to a new poll.

Turkish protesters urge PM’s resignation as graft scandal shakes government

Thousands of demonstrators have taken to the streets of Turkey demanding the resignation of Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan amid a widening corruption scandal rattling his government. There are reports of tear gas and clashes with police in Istanbul.

UK government gave money to child sex ring in 70s

Government allegedly gave tens of thousands of pounds to Paedophile Information Exchange, which openly campaigned to legalise child sex.

Ukraine govt survives 'no confidence' vote amid mass protests

Ukraine’s Cabinet has survived a vote of no confidence initiated by opposition MPs in the Verkhovna Rada. The decision was announced as thousands of opposition supporters rallied outside the parliament building.

Thailand anti-government protesters seize state TV

Protesters seeking to overthrow Thailand’s government have taken control of state television headquarters in Bangkok.

Russian parliament passes tough new anti-terror bill

Russian parliament’s lower house on Friday approved new legislation that toughens punishment for terrorism and requires terrorists’ relatives to pay for the damages caused in attacks.

Government Program To Control Religious Thought?

Ben Swann of Truth in Media takes a look at a secretive government program being created at Arizona State University. The program is designed to control the way Muslims and Christians view religion.

Ben Swann Truth in Media: Government Program To Control Religious Thought?

No compromise: Obama refuses to raise debt ceiling for 6 weeks

President Obama has rejected raising America's debt ceiling for 6 weeks beyond the October 17 deadline. The compromise was put forward by congressional Republicans, who sought to win time for negotiation and avert an unprecedented US default next week.

UK deputy PM says EU referendum is a political fix

Britain’s Liberal Democrat deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg will criticize as a “deeply-flawed” political fix, the pledge by Prime Minister David Cameron to hold an in/out referendum on Britain’s EU membership.

Ex-EPA Official Admits to Faking CIA Job for Unearned Pay

A longtime senior official at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency admitted to accepting almost $900,000 in pay and benefits for work he didn’t do by pretending he was away on missions for the CIA.

Climate change theories based on 'computer error'... Lord Lawson orders Met Office review

Public money is being wasted on climate change-tackling schemes based on dodgy Met Office figures, an environmental think tank has claimed.

Chinese whistleblower who posted pictures of officials’ luxury cars blinded by acid attack

A Chinese whistleblower who spent his free time embarrassing Communist party officials by posting pictures of their luxury cars on the Internet has been blinded with acid and had two of his fingers hacked off.

Callers spend £56m waiting for Government to pick up

Callers to government departments paid £56m on higher-rate phone lines last year despite a drive to reduce their use, a report has revealed.

Irish minister refuses to answer questions on Anglo Irish Bank fraud and instead attempts to grab camera

Rage against the Regime (RAR) attempt to question Labour Party TD (MP) and Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform Brendan Howlin on why no criminal action has followed on from the revelations regarding Anglo-Irish Bank and its senior staff. Mr Howlin refused to answer any of the questions put to him and instead tried to grab the camera.

Minister Howlin Tries to grab camera from a member of Dublin Says NO

Protesters call for Morsi’s resignation

Anti-government protesters have flooded the streets across Egypt, calling for the resignation of President Mohamed Morsi.

Mass rallies on Sunday come a year after Morsi was elected as Egypt's president following the 2011 revolution that toppled the Western-backed regime of Hosni Mubarak.

“The people want the ouster of the regime,” the protesters chanted in the capital Cairo's iconic Liberation Square.

'Make them go away!' Have Argentinians had enough of Kirchner?

On Thursday 8th November, Argentina started a new form of protest: the Global “Cacerolazo”. Actively planned and coordinated through the opposition media and social networks, “8N” resulted in 1.5 million people taking to the streets of Argentina to protest against the gross corruption, governmental mismanagement and flagrant irresponsibility of President Cristina Kirchner’s government.

Silvio Berlusconi pitches Italian politics into fresh confusion

Italian politics has been thrown into a state of renewed uncertainty after Silvio Berlusconi – enraged by his conviction for tax dodging – warned that he was considering bringing down Mario Monti's government and pitching the country into a snap election.

BBC misleads MPs over Savile abuse case

The head of editorial standards at the British Broadcasting Company (BBC) has knowingly fooled Members of Parliament (MPs) over the Jimmy Savile sex scandal crisis.

Harper government uses tax payer money for state propaganda

Canada's ruling Conservative party is being accused of using tax-payer money to fund pro-government propaganda. The government's been spending big money on advertising its so-called Economic Action Plan. The multi-million dollar advertising campaign comes despite sweeping cuts to public programs.

Harper government uses tax payer money for state propaganda

Libya Without Government: Failure to Meet 7 October Deadline

More than a year after the cessation of 7 months of NATO bombing, one quarter of population in exile, tens of thousands held political prisoner and a hundred thousand dead, the colonialist-backed regime is still unable to form a government

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