|UK independent media website.|
Constitutes: independent media
Main focus: Fake news, propaganda
TruePublica is an independent research media organisation which publishes news, analysis, commentary, reports, intelligence and research on events of public interest.
Contributors to TruePublica include Dr Nafeez Ahmed, Paul Larudee, George Monbiot, Dr Nozomi Hayase, John Whitehead, Rick Sterling, Craig Murray, Thomas Helm, Robert Woodward, Robert J Burrowes, Jonathan Cook, André Vltchek, Peter Koenig, Felicity Arbuthnot, Chris Cole, John Pilger, Dr Paul Craig Roberts, Colin Todhunter, Stephen Lendman and Graham Vanbergen.
We are particularly focused on challenging current neoliberal ideology and a toxic political environment that is causing a wave of disruption as western countries move from one social and economic crisis to another.
We support the principles of real democracy (the will of the people), capitalism (price discovery, not rigged markets) and civil liberty (freedom from state interference).
The purpose of TruePublica is to enable more informed decisions and opinions on matters such as civil liberty, human rights, privacy, social, economic and environmental issues as well as pivotal events such as Brexit.
In March 2018, the site published Novichok And Theresa May’s '45 Minute Moment' about her response to the attack on Sergei Skripal.
The site started NewsPublica, a news aggregator site.
A Document by TruePublica
|Title||Document type||Publication date||Subject(s)||Description|
|Document:Is this the Epicentre of Corbyn’s Antisemitism Story?||Article||8 April 2019||"Antisemitism"|
|We are being immersed in a disgraceful environment of political propaganda, disinformation and downright lies cooked up by those with vested interests and promoted by the billionaire offshore owners of the press and fellow travellers such as Ruth Smeeth and contriving organisations such as the British-American Project|
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|Document:Novichok And Theresa May's "45 Minute Moment"||Article||Tony Blair|
Hamish de Bretton-Gordon
|15 March 2018||Is Britain off to war (in Syria) to save the government from all sorts of disasters back at home? Challenging a Prime Minister in the midst of an international conflict is always difficult – just look at the vitriol thrown at Jeremy Corbyn for doing so yesterday – who was proved right in the face of the same accusations with Tony Blair.|