Defend Democracy Press (Delphi Initiative)

2019 Dec 9 - 2:41pm
Corbyn n’est pas antisémite. Son vrai péché est de se battre contre l’injustice dans le monde, dont sa version israélienne. Par Gideon Levy Nov.28, 2019 Les Juifs de Grande-Bretagne et la machine de propagande israélienne ont mis un contrat sur le leader du Parti travailliste, Jeremy Corbin. Ce contrat a été signé il y a longtemps mais il est clair que plus Corbyn s’approche du poste de Premier ministre, plus le conflit devient dur. Le 26...
Tags: Europe, Britain, Corbyn, Labour Party, Levy Gideon
2019 Dec 9 - 2:35pm
Israel threatens Iran with ‘own Vietnam in Syria,’ refuses to rule out pre-emptive strike 9 Dec, 2019 Ramping up his war-mongering rhetoric, Israel’s defense chief has said Syria can become Iran’s ‘Vietnam’ and vowed to prevent Tehran from gaining a foothold there. It comes after Tel Aviv threatened Iran with a pre-emptive strike. Israel, which is making incursions into Syria on almost a daily basis, pummeling the war-ravaged country with...
Tags: Europe, Middle East, Nuclear Weapons/War, Saloni_Home, Britain, Corbyn
2019 Dec 9 - 2:30pm
New research from Matt Kennard has shown how the British intelligence establishment works with the UK media to smear Jeremy Corbyn. by Alan Macleod December 06th, 2019 The United Kingdom goes to the polls December 12 in a pivotal vote that will decide the future of the country. Like in 2017, the Labour Party, under the leadership of Jeremy Corbyn, is surging towards the ruling Conservative Party in the last weeks of campaigning. But he will not...
Tags: democracy, Europe, Saloni_Home, Britain, British Secret Services, Mass Media
2019 Dec 9 - 2:26pm
6 Dec 2019 With under a week to go, Labour is taking its campaign up a gear. Activists are being bussed into marginals to bolster local doorknocking efforts. Money is being raised from grassroots donations in order to reach young voters in key seats. And the party’s mass membership is being mobilised to flood the streets over the next six days. This is on top of the Herculean efforts already made by Corbyn supporters over the past five weeks....
Tags: Europe, Saloni_Home, Britain, Corbyn, Labour Party, Movement
2019 Dec 9 - 2:22pm
A more just Israel is the real solution, possibly the only solution, to antisemitism today. Corbyn’s Labour could help make it happen By Gideon Levy 2 December 2019 Jeremy Corbyn is our hope for a new international discourse; one hitherto unknown and untried. In particular, Corbyn is our hope for a new discourse on Israel, the Palestinians, the occupation, and peace and justice in the Middle East. No Western leader who embraces positions...
Tags: Europe, Middle East, Britain, Corbyn, Europe-Israel, israel
2019 Dec 9 - 2:18pm
6 Décembre 2019 La Grèce a annoncé ce vendredi l’expulsion de l’ambassadeur libyen à Athènes, Tripoli n’ayant pas révélé comme le gouvernement grec l’exigeait le contenu d’un accord controversé avec la Turquie de délimitation maritime, signé la semaine dernière. «L’ambassadeur libyen a été convoqué au ministère ce matin et a été informé de son expulsion», a déclaré «avec regret» aux médias le ministre grec des...
Tags: Europe, Greek Crisis, Middle East, Africa, Cyprus, Eastern Mediterranean
2019 Dec 9 - 2:14pm
Comparison of average polling graphs suggests party slightly behind previous level this time By Dan Sabbagh Sun 8 Dec 2019 With days to go before the election, there is little sign recent campaigning has had any dramatic impact. A crop of five weekend polls put the Conservatives 11 points ahead, a widening of the Tory lead by about one point, compared with rolling averages. Boris Johnson’s party’s poll rating levelled out at about 42%-43% a...
Tags: Europe, Britain, Corbyn, Labour Party
2019 Dec 9 - 12:09pm
Northern England will decide the most important election in the United Kingdom’s recent history. It was once a Labour Party heartland, but Brexit has changed everything. A visit to the battlefield. By Jörg Schindler December 06, 2019 “It is a kind of duty to see and smell such places now and again, especially smell them, lest you should forget that they exist.” (George Orwell, “The Road to Wigan Pier”) On a recent...
Tags: Debate on EU, Europe, brexit, Britain, Corbyn, Johnson Boris
2019 Dec 9 - 12:00pm
The party’s essential task is to convert undecided Leavers, win back Lib Dem and Green defectors and mobilise its base. By Paul Mason Dec.4, 2019 There’s just over a week to go and though Labour’s opinion poll rating has moved steadily upwards, it’s not enough to win. Nor is it, on current calculations, enough for Labour and the SNP to form a government. But in this last, crucial, week that could change. Here are my thoughts on how we win from...
Tags: Europe, Britain, Corbyn, Labour Party
2019 Dec 9 - 11:50am
By Neil Clark  7 Dec, 2019 Both Jeremy Corbyn and Boris Johnson performed satisfactorily at Friday night’s UK pre-election leaders’ debate, but arguably the winner of the evening was someone who didn’t take part. As leaders’ debates go (and I’m not a big fan of this particular US import), it wasn’t too bad. The BBC’s Nick Robinson chaired it quite fairly and allowed both the Prime Minister and the Opposition leader to finish off their points....
Tags: Debate on EU, Europe, antisemitism, brexit, Britain, Corbyn
2019 Dec 9 - 11:00am
6 Décembre 2019 La CGT, Force ouvrière, Solidaires, la FSU et plusieurs organisations de jeunesses ont décidé de donner une nouvelle impulsion au mouvement de grève qui a commencé hier. Réunies dans les locaux de Force ouvrière ce matin, elles « appellent à renforcer et élargir encore la mobilisation par la grève et la reconduction de celle-ci là où les salariés le décident, dès ce vendredi, ce week-end et lundi ». Par ailleurs, elles fixent une...
Tags: Europe, France, Strikes, trade unions
2019 Dec 9 - 10:40am
The Scottish struggle for independence is one of several issues at the centre of debates over where power in the United Kingdom should be located, writes Isobel Lindsey December 4, 2019 Illustration by Hey Monkey Riot (Edd Baldry) The latest polls suggest support for Scottish independence is now around 50 per cent with opponents disproportionately represented among the old and higher income groups. Most radical opinion is firmly in the Yes camp...
Tags: Europe, Britain, England, federalism, Ireland, Nationalism

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