posted on Aug, 25 2007 @ 10:56 PM
Not quite sure where to post this, but as editor of the fact-based UK journal devoted to examining real-life secret state/media operations, thought I
would bring to your attention the fact Notes From the Borderland
magazine's latest issue (8) has been published. While much of the material is
UK-based, there is surely space for that. Topics covered include
--an evaluation of the time in office of the recently-departed (in a hurry) Director-General of Britain's Security Service (MI5). This includes
dirty tricks in Northern Ireland & the 'War on Terror'
--updates on a 2006 plot by British fascists to murder leading UK politicians that has never been covered in the English media: probably because the
instigator was on the state payroll, we figure
--reproduction/commentary on the employment settlement contract of an RUC asset inside the IRA
--examination of murky goings-on inside small Left group the Scottish Socialist Party
--detailed examination of 'Redwatch', an internet hit-list run by neo-Nazis in the UK, hosted in the US, and with seemingly extensive input from
people on the secret state payroll.
--incisive analysis of fantasies/disinformation pervading the UK 9/11 & 7/7 'Truth Movements'
In short, something to entertain (and infuriate!) almost everybody. Visit www.borderland.co.uk
and check out
how to obtain it. We don't have powerful friends, or much funds, but we do have rigour, integrity, style & that indefinable quality called humour
too. Parapolitics has never been so interesting...