In this episode of NEWSHOUND @Johnny Vedmore investigates the first mention of Klaus Schwab in some of the newspaper archives in Britain and America. the same report is published in three newspapers in the UK and US under different titles.
Public photography is not a crime, yet the police still act like it is. At the same time, the United Kingdom has become the country on Earth with the most active and wide ranging police surveillance activity. To remedy the current imbalance of power, and also to raise awareness that public photography is not a crime, we turn the camera back around on the authorities, something that they don't often appreciate.
Fungi Monkey Podcast #6 - A Freeman Fighting for the Unforgivably Forgotten with James Freeman
NEWSHOUND will be bringing you forgotten articles from some of the largest newspaper archives in the world.
Robert Peel Robert Peel made history on more than one occasion. During the first half of the 19th Century, Peel was a British politician who served two terms as Home Secretary, and twice as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. He was the man who created the Metropolitan Police Force, and by doing so, became… Continue reading Peel’s Folly – A Conservative Party Created to Avoid “Unnecessary Change” Can’t Last Forever