John Wight

John Wight is the author of a politically incorrect and irreverent Hollywood memoir – Dreams That Die – published by Zero Books. He’s also written five novels, which are available as Kindle eBooks. You can follow him on Twitter at @JohnWight1

The Scourging of Julian Assange

Iran’s Real Crime: It Won’t Bow

Britain’s Dirty War in Ireland, Revisited

The Grenfell Fire UK Establishment Circus

Trump’s Jerusalem Ploy

Libya “Chose” Freedom, Now It Has Slavery

McCarthyism Redux: Attacks on the Russian Media

Fear of Corbyn: How Theresa May Clings to Power

Catalan Independence Flounders on the Rocks of Reality

Weinstein as Symptom: Notes From Hollywood

We Have Met the Enemy and He is Us

Order Prevails in Barcelona as Democracy Dies in Madrid

Labour Party Conference and the Great Antisemitism Stitch-Up

Trump at the UN: Nuremberg Redux

No Inquiry Needed: Grenfell Tower Fire Was a Crime

Colin Kaepernick and the NFL: Man vs Machine

Charlottesville: Outrage, Hypocrisy & Obama’s Betrayal

The End of the CIA’s Dirty War in Syria

Venezuela Crisis: the US Wants “Its” Country Back

Trump’s Hezbollah Gaffe Was No Gaffe

Mayweather vs McGregor: a Roman Spectacle of Greed and Vulgarity

For the US and Its Allies, the Road to Tehran Runs Through Damascus and Southern Lebanon

Trump’s Attack on Cuba

Grenfell is a Monument to Tory Britain

London Terror Attack: It’s Time to Confront Wahhabism and Saudi Arabia