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  • T.J. Coles, Axis of Logic , Submitted by Author

    This article is taken from Britain’s Secret Wars (Clairview Books, 2016). Axis of Logic highly recommends this volume. You'll find clear-headed writing and analysis, with the same authority and verve as this writer's articles we've published here.    *** Since the 1980s, when Britain’s Special Air Service (SAS) and Special... » read this article
  • T. J. Coles. Axis of Logic , Axis of Logic

    The BBC’s interview show Hardtalk recently featured Bangladesh’s Prime Minister, Sheikh Hasina. The episode was a master-class in propaganda. The presenter, Stephen Sackur, pressed the Prime Minister hard over her human rights abuses, citing UN reports that confirm disappearances and torture. Sackur also condemned the poverty in the country and... » read this article
  • T.J. Coles. Axis of Logic , Axis of Logic

    Up to sixty commandos of the UK’s elite Special Air Service (SAS) have invaded Somalia. In violation of the UN Charter, Britain’s Attorney General, Dominic Grieve, authorised the commandos to invade the country with the professed aims of quelling the al-Shabaab militia,1 which is battling the UK-created and installed Transitional... » read this article
  • T.J. Coles. Axis of Logic , Axis of Logic

    British security analysts fear that the militant Islamic Somali group Al-Shabaab, which has admitted to carrying out acts of terrorism, may attack the London Olympic Games. The military and its secret services count on the media to “set the agenda” (Chatham House)1 and to “shape perceptions” (Ministry of Defence).2 It... » read this article
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