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The SKWAWKBOX is written to try to present information and analysis that will rarely make it into the mainstream media because it doesn’t fit their agenda and the narrative they want to present.
Sometimes, the media do catch up later. This blog has broken some major stories over the years that the media has caught onto eventually. The common thread is that the SKWAWKBOX revealed them first. People with evidence contact SKWAWKBOX because they know their identities will be protected and their stories presented fairly. If you have something you want to talk about, get in touch.
SKWAWKBOX is regulated by IMPRESS, the UK’s only Leveson-compliant, independent regulator and has received a renewed 100/100 award from news reliability service Newsguard.
The SKWAWKBOX isn’t written for popularity but to get the word out on essential issues, which is just as well, as the subjects covered are always going to upset some people, but they’re too important to ignore.
Hopefully, you’ll agree as you read it.
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George Orwell said that in a time of universal deceit, telling the truth is a revolutionary act. The blog hopes to provide some revolutionary truth to counteract the double-speak that politicians and ‘leaders’ use to try to fool people, to get us to acquiesce or co-operate in things we would reject if we knew what they really meant. The best antidote for bad or deliberately misleading information is good information – so if you think what you read here is good information, please spread the word.
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