So the British NHS health service & your personal health data & medical records are about to be “commercially contracted” off to – very literally – the most nefarious & controversial foreign company on earth, Palantir, courtesy of the Conservative Party.
When I first stumbled upon the news of this documentaries existence & release, in a small & fairly dismissive heralding whilst speed-skimming through the junk directory of the Guaridian’s trash supplement What’s On, I was instantly shocked & eager.
As the potentially “game changing” revelations of veteran Mossad operatives Jeffrey Epstein & Ghislaine Maxwell continued to transfix & horrify the world, there was one screamingly important actor & accomplice that was not taking the stand, or even the intensified press scrutiny in the Maxwell/Epstein operations – Leslie fucking Wexner.
“Our opponents, the media, and the whole world will soon see, as we begin to take further actions, that the powers of the president to protect our country are very substantial and will not be questioned.” – Stephen Miller
“The Land Registry, despite being a public body funded by taxpayers’ money, continues to protect the interests of private landowners by concealing what they possess. A social taboo continues to stymie questions about land and private property ownership, and makes talk of land reform politically sensitive.”
A curious & compelling short book by South Korean journalist & writer Su-jin Chun. It could easily have been double-speak drivel about how North Korean women are the ultimate divas or outriders of modern feminism, but it is actually a mixed-bag on the isolated regime’s complex politics, sometimes yielding troves of esoteric details on the inner-workings & origins of Pyongyang’s ruling elite & the Kim saga.
Hopefully you saw this one? Heavily advertised, & with record public support as a topic, it alas had to go up against the gargantuan wealth of the “absolute monarchy” dictatorship that ordered the murder of the documentaries chief protagonist.