Daily Mail | Mr Hancock’s comments were at odds with Boris Johnson’s position, after the Prime Minister said last week that he did not like ‘sneak culture’.
Paul Joseph Watson | Faces two years in jail for attacking a ‘protected class’.
Paul Joseph Watson | Draconian coronavirus laws continued to be brutally enforced.
National File | “We don’t really mean we want to kill whitey (we do)”
Breitbart | Secretary of State Mike Pompeo told Breitbart News exclusively that part of how President Donald Trump and his administration have achieved many of the foreign policy successes the past few years has been by working outside various “multilateral institutions” that are often bogged down by bureaucracy and inaction.
RT | US President Donald Trump has claimed he wanted to “take out” Syrian President Bashar Assad in 2017 but was deterred by then-Defense Secretary James Mattis – after previously denying an assassination was even discussed.
Breitbart | On Monday, rules came into force that limits public and private gatherings to six people, with those breaking the law facing fines or even arrest.
Michael Snyder | At what price has “peace” been achieved?
Steve Watson | “Calling on people to spy on each other is not a particularly good situation to be in.”
RT | “Any attack by Iran, in any form, against the United States will be met with an attack on Iran that will be 1,000 times greater in magnitude!”
Sputnik | “If people are concerned, if they do think there’s been a contravention, then that option is open to them.”
Breitbart | A recent report from the Washington Post claims that a Chinese data firm has been collecting the “digital crumbs” of data of prominent Americans and military members for some time.
Daily Mail | Melburnians are living under coronavirus lockdown rules even more severe than communist North Korea or China – despite having human rights laws.
Sputnik | “We do not want it to be legal in Sweden to burn holy scriptures such as the Quran, the Bible and the Jewish scriptures.”
RT | The move comes after the Jewish nation reported its highest daily toll of Covid-19 infections on Thursday.
Daily Mail | People stormed the city chanting ‘freedom’.
Breitbart | “I think Trump is going to accidentally do something positive here, in terms of this issue of … other Arab states.”
Steve Watson | Global headlines about Netflix promoting pedophilia were not enough to spark CNN into doing journalism.
Daily Mail | Extinction Rebellion (XR) vandals today defaced the statue of Winston Churchill in Parliament Square by spray-painting the words ‘is a racist’ on the base of the monument.
Paul Joseph Watson | Mother also arrested during COVID confrontation.
Zero Hedge | China’s embassy in Britain is urging Twitter to launch an investigation into how ambassador to the UK Liu Xiaoming’s official Twitter account was hacked on Wednesday.
Zero Hedge | Greenwald pointed out that years ago “it was fairly accepted in liberal circles (and media ones) that prosecuting Assange would be a grave threat to press freedom.”
Paul Joseph Watson | Onlookers remove their masks in solidarity.
Paul Joseph Watson | Health officials also visiting homes to take away people who violate quarantine.
Sky News | The legal limit will be reduced from 30 in the prime minister’s biggest coronavirus crackdown since lockdown rules were eased.
RT | Mass protests, involving tens of thousands of people, have continued in Pakistan after French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo reprinted cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed to mark the start of a trial over the deadly 2015 attack.
Paul Joseph Watson | While boat migrants arrive onshore with little interception.
RT | “I’m not saying the military’s in love with me – the soldiers are.”
Steve Watson | “Sweden has gone from being the country with the most infections in Europe to the safest one.”
Paul Joseph Watson | Terrorist detonated device 17 minutes later, killing 22.
Paul Joseph Watson | Yet another attack on normality.
Zero Hedge | Revelers have returned to China’s nightclubs and bars at a faster pace than perhaps anywhere else in the world.
Zero Hedge | “A pair of RC-135V/Ws meanwhile flew over the Black Sea, close enough to Crimea—and to the B-52—to intercept signals from any Russian radars tracking the bomber.”
Daily Mail | A record 416 migrants made it to the UK in one day after crossing the English Channel this week.
21stCenturyWire.com | The United Nations has been forced to admit that a major international vaccine initiative is actually causing the outbreak of the very disease it was supposed to wipe-out.
Steve Watson | Because there was no evidence, but ABC reported it anyway.
Paul Joseph Watson | Victorian bar criticizes arrest of pregnant woman over Facebook post.
RT | French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, which was targeted by jihadists in 2015, is to republish the controversial cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad ahead of the trial of the gunmen this week.
Breitbart | Last month’s illegal arrivals were almost as many as June and July combined, at nearly 1,500.
Daily Mail | An attempt by far-right demonstrators to storm Germany’s Reichstag following a protest against the country’s Covid-19 restrictions has been condemned by senior officials.
Zero Hedge | Tens of thousands were seen marching on the presidential residence.
NY Post | Some contain factories, a sign of forced labor.
Zero Hedge | “The Senate is trampling on fundamental rights.”
Daily Mail | A Brazilian city where the dead bodies of coronavirus victims had to be piled up in refrigerated trucks may have reached herd immunity against the disease without a lockdown, scientists say.
Zero Hedge | Chinese media and regional sources are reporting what appears to be the biggest provocation yet amid the months-long US-China ratcheting tensions in the South China Sea.
Zero Hedge | Russia has for the first time released full declassified footage of the Soviet Union’s monster nuclear bomb known as the ‘Tsar Bomba’ hydrogen bomb (codenamed “Ivan”).
Paul Joseph Watson | Brazilian president trashes reporters.
Paul Joseph Watson | While actual riots were taking place across the rest of the city.
National File | Greater Manchester Police was pilloried on social media for shutting down the child’s party.
RT | Moscow’s CCTV system, recently used to catch people violating the Covid-19 quarantine, continues to split opinion. A survey has revealed that just under half of the capital’s residents support the expansion of facial recognition.