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Phobic States Russia and China Threaten All

Ken McCallum, the head of MI5, has told the BBC News Channel that it is not only the institutions of the state that are at threat by modern cyberwarfare waged by hostile anti-democratic states such as Russia and China. Ordinary people can also be affected through these country's actions, an example being delays in NHS treatments being caused by cyber espionage. In extreme circumstances, the effects of cyberwarfare can include losses of life, as operations are deferred and treatments not properly deployed.

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China Clampdown Worries LGBTQ Campaigners

China is increasingly at loggerheads with the West and this may have resulted in a new crackdown on LGBTQ organisations in a country which has traditionally celebrated samesex relationships, but which since its bloody communist takeover in 1949, has pursued mostly homophobic policies.

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Protests Gather in Cuba Against Communism

BBC Radio 4 reports that a rare anti-communist protest has taken place in Cuba, a Soviet style state which survived the collapse of Russian communism in 1989. Demands of the demonstrators include democracy, multi-party pluralism and an end to the authoritarian police state.

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Plans for the Protection of SF, Queer Capital

The LGBTGIA capital of the world is often said to be San Francisco. The beautiful city by the bay is at risk of sea level rise, reports the Smithsonian TV Channel.

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Fears for Czech Democracy under Phobic Prez

The President of the Czech Republic, a state which some Euro observers fear will follow Poland and Hungary into heterosexist despotism, has caused consternation amongst many political commentators with a remark that transgender people were “disgusting”.

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Conservative Friends of Israel group have called on the UK government to investigate funding for educationalists in the Palestinian Authority areas of the Middle East who have been


Investigations are continuing after a pick up truck was driven into a crowd at a Pride Parade celebration on Sunday evening in the town of Wilton Manors in Florida.


Activist Peter Tatchell has been among those standing in solidarity with the many groups in Iran who are persecuted by the clerical regime


Gay activists have long since argued that anti-LGBTQ people are uncouth, ungrateful and uncivilized.


China has announced that it will be relaxing its rules on parenting and families will now be able to have three offspring.

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