Every so often something happens to you which propels you into a different world. It’s not usually a better world, and it is accompanied by a sense of shock.
Philosophers have called it a ‘disclosure moment’. We, the public, talk about ‘the penny dropping.’ They come as small pennies, and huge ones. Mine today dropped with a thud that felt ominous.
It’s about Syria and the newspapers. Continue reading “As Robert Fisk interviews the Dr at the Douma clinic in Syria who claims the injuries were caused by dust, Gavin Ashenden questions our own Establishment’s reliance on propaganda.”