Here’s what it looks like when a respected reporter tweets about his blackmail note to an established anti-war organization regarding the organization’s upcoming conference in a tweet on November 15:
I’ve informed organizers of @STWuk that I will not participate in their conference if Mother Agnes is on the platform.
— jeremy scahill (@jeremyscahill) 15 Novembre 2013
The reporter is Jeremy Scahill, who was booked as the keynote speaker and to show his film “Dirty Wars” (based on his book “Dirty Wars”) at the November 30 International Anti-War Conference in London, put on by Stop the War Coalition (STWuk), which was first organized in 2001 in opposition to an American attack on Iraq. More than 12 years later, the coalition notes dryly on its webpage for the conference, “We need more effective anti-war resistance internationally. This conference is a chance to analyse, build links and lay plans.”
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