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Tony Gosling

Tony Gosling

Tony Gosling
Beginning his working life in the aviation industry and trained by the BBC, Tony Gosling is a British land rights activist, historian & investigative radio journalist. Over the last 20 years he has been exposing the secret power of the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) and élite Bilderberg Conferences where the dark forces of corporations, media, banks and royalty conspire to accumulate wealth and power through extortion and war. Tony has spent much of his life too advocating solutions which heal the wealth divide, such as free housing for all and a press which reflects the concerns of ordinary people rather than attempting to lead opinion, sensationalise or dumb-down. Tony tweets at @TonyGosling. Tune in to his Friday politics show at BCfm.
'Bomber Beeching': Undo vandalism & get Britain back on track 'Bomber Beeching': Undo vandalism & get Britain back on track
When the 50th anniversary of Britain’s ‘Beeching Report’ passed recently, magazines TV and radio all marked the occasion with retrospectives on the man who took a hatchet to half the 4,000-odd stations and 6,000 miles of Britain’s railways. November 14, 2014 17:14
​Cold turkey? Will the West survive ‘withdrawal’ from QE? ​Cold turkey? Will the West survive ‘withdrawal’ from QE?
If all you ever did was look at economic figures you might be forgiven for thinking the global economy is beginning to pick up after the worst recession in living memory. But the reality is rather different. October 31, 2014 14:13
Western media hysteria over Russia caused by East West divide Western media hysteria over Russia caused by East West divide
There is an ongoing tussle between the West and East originating from people losing confidence in the dollar and a lack of cooperation, which leads to trade, energy and media wars, Tony Gosling, investigative journalist, told RT. October 30, 2014 17:28
Nobel Peace Prize should go to ‘little-known people who made a big difference’ Nobel Peace Prize should go to ‘little-known people who made a big difference’
The Nobel Peace Prize should go to small people who deserve more of the spotlight, and not to the people who are big in the public eye, like Barack Obama, because that’s their job to keep the peace, investigative journalist Tony Gosling told RT. October 10, 2014 12:33
Egypt's pain: Paralysis vs. people power in the land of the Pyramids Egypt's pain: Paralysis vs. people power in the land of the Pyramids
When the CIA’s ex-Cairo station chief Miles Copeland penned his book ‘The Game of Nations’ in 1969, readers were shocked to discover the huge resources spent by Washington stage-managing the post-war politics of the Middle East and Egypt in particular. October 02, 2014 13:06
Putting the bankster foxes in charge of the BBC henhouse Putting the bankster foxes in charge of the BBC henhouse
What a rare moment of razor-sharp clarity this week as a spotlight was shone deep into the rotten heart of Westminster, Whitehall and the City of London. September 12, 2014 14:31
A betrayal too far: Only brutal honesty will do at Arnhem’s 70th anniversary A betrayal too far: Only brutal honesty will do at Arnhem’s 70th anniversary
From Wednesday 17th to Friday 26th September this year thousands of friends and relatives of the fallen and the final few who fought there 70 years ago will gather to commemorate the Battle of Arnhem. September 01, 2014 13:03
Tel Aviv's Islamic States crusader game plan is straight out of the Middle Ages Tel Aviv's Islamic States crusader game plan is straight out of the Middle Ages
When England’s famous crusader, Richard the ‘Lionheart’, returned home in 1194 to a hero’s welcome, few of the cheering English folk had a clue about the rivers of blood he and his friends had been spilling in the name of Jesus across the holy land. August 22, 2014 15:13
Child abuse scandal raises disturbing questions about UK establishment Child abuse scandal raises disturbing questions about UK establishment
Britain has been known for many things, from being the bullies of the world, to its language, pop music, film and drama. August 15, 2014 14:14