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Neil Clark

Neil Clark

Neil Clark
Neil Clark is a journalist, writer, broadcaster and blogger. He has written for many newspapers and magazines in the UK and other countries including The Guardian, Morning Star, Daily and Sunday Express, Mail on Sunday, Daily Mail, Daily Telegraph, New Statesman, The Spectator, The Week, and The American Conservative. He is a regular pundit on RT and has also appeared on BBC TV and radio, Sky News, Press TV and the Voice of Russia. He is the co-founder of the Campaign For Public Ownership @PublicOwnership. His award winning blog can be found at www.neilclark66.blogspot.com. He tweets on politics and world affairs @NeilClark66
Anti-Russian propaganda is ‘unconvincing’, because Western narrative is false Anti-Russian propaganda is ‘unconvincing’, because Western narrative is false
You really couldn’t make it up. Almost 24 million people in the EU are unemployed. The Greek debt crisis has yet to be resolved. An Islamic State terrorist attack in Tunis, just over 100 miles from Italy. The ever-worsening problem of climate change. March 23, 2015 15:00
Power of ten: How neocons and the fake-left took over British establishment Power of ten: How neocons and the fake-left took over British establishment
Forty years ago, Britain could be described as a vibrant democracy. Our parties lived up to their names: a conservative Party believed in conserving things, a Labour Party represented the interests of working people and a Liberal Party was liberal. March 14, 2015 17:07
‘War lobby uses MH17 tragedy to demonize Russia’ ‘War lobby uses MH17 tragedy to demonize Russia’
The war lobby in the West isn’t interested in the truth behind the MH17 plane tragedy for political reasons. The purpose is to impose more sanctions on Russia, journalist and broadcaster Neil Clark says, adding that the blame gain will only continue. March 05, 2015 16:43
Forget all our other troubles – the Russians are coming! Forget all our other troubles – the Russians are coming!
The gap between the rich and the poor continues to grow. Train and bus fares continue to rise. Twice as many people are living in poverty than 30 years ago. And our National Health Service is being privatized before our very eyes. February 24, 2015 14:11
Ukrainian neo-Nazis ‘taboo subject in the West’ Ukrainian neo-Nazis ‘taboo subject in the West’
The active role far-right groups have played on the pro-government side in Ukraine since the violent coup of the last year has been ignored in the West merely because those groups are anti-Russian, journalist and broadcaster Neil Clark, told RT. February 20, 2015 16:11
I’m confused, can anyone help me? – Part 4 I’m confused, can anyone help me? – Part 4
I’m confused. The first thing I’m confused about is the suspension of NBC news anchor Brian Williams. Williams said he’d been in a helicopter which had come under fire in the Iraq war when he hadn’t been. February 12, 2015 10:45
‘Ukraine’s economy in backwards drive, feeds tensions and discontent’ ‘Ukraine’s economy in backwards drive, feeds tensions and discontent’
Tuesday protests outside the president’s offices in Kiev are just a part of a bigger picture of discontent grasping Ukraine, journalist Neil Clark told RT. With the economy worsening, former Maidan allies are now angered and splitting up. February 04, 2015 16:11
Robert Mugabe – The great survivor Robert Mugabe – The great survivor
How to explain the extraordinary durability of Robert Mugabe? The Zimbabwean President, who is 91 in February, and who has led his country since 1980 has just been elected the new Chairman of the African Union. February 02, 2015 14:51
'Ukraine is pretext for US lobby to go on with sanctions against Russia' 'Ukraine is pretext for US lobby to go on with sanctions against Russia'
Anti-Russian sanctions are imposed as a hard neo-conservative lobby in America puts pressure on some European countries to go along with these sanctions, and to persuade other countries to do the same, journalist Neil Clark, told RT. January 30, 2015 13:52