Anna Ardin signaled ‘CIA spy’ amidst NATO-Sweden’s plot against Assange

Imagen above: Book cover of A. Ardin’s book “In Assange’s shadow. My witnessing”. The Swedish channel TV4 announced the broadcasting of a program with Anna Ardin, the ‘formally’ accuser of Julian Assange in Sweden. As demonstrated in my book “Sweden’s geopolitical case against Assange 2010-1019“, the case was an orchestrated maneuver against the WikiLeaks founder. […]

How the Persecution of Julian Assange by the British Authorities has Relied Upon Complicity

By Nina Cross . [Cover image: “Waiting for his liberty”, oil on canvas by Marcello Ferrada de Noli]. This is the second article published in The Indicter that looks at how Julian Assange, founder of Wikileaks, journalist, publisher, nominee of the Nobel Peace prize and winner of multiple awards for journalism and human rights, was […]

How British authorities Circumvent the Treaty against Torture – Revelations from Assange’s Extradition Hearing

Featured December 2020, Human Rights Day edition Nina Cross: Assange’s persecution has exposed the extremes to which our country’s public officials and authorities can be politically compromised. Our courts are demeaned, as are our public institutions.  They are supposed to be accountable to us but instead appear hijacked, no less than instruments of US lawfare. […]

Aims Sweden to be a superpower in the Baltic Region?

By Prof. Marcelo Ferrada de Noli Chair, Swedish Professors and Doctors for Human Rights SWEDHR   On Carl Bildt’s vision regarding “Sweden should be a superpower” –Is the Baltic Region a target for Sweden geopolitical desires? This is the second background article preceding my upcoming paper on allegations of interference by NATO Intelligence operations via […]

Sweden’s “neutrality” at the service of Nazi Germany

By Prof. Marcello Ferrada de Noli Carl von Clausewitz established a dialectic paradigm where an actual war it is said to include not only political aims, but also political means. In my interpretation, that would constitute the modern theoretical frame in the practice of applied geopolitics by powers and client states. “War is a mere […]

The Indicter Magazine reaches half million viewers

Updated stats, 19 October 2020 By Dr Lena Oske, MD, Acting Editor of the Indicter Magazine Our aim is to analyze human right issues with international impact. We also examine and share geopolitical-relevant news about Sweden that otherwise would remain known only by a self-affirming Swedish governing class and commentariat. Conversely, we give interested Swedes […]

La alta tasa de letalidad por Covid-19 en Suecia y porqué el modelo neoliberal de inmunidad de rebaño no debe ser imitado en América Latina

En la foto: Anders Tegnell, el arquitecto de la estrategia sueca del coronavirus, en un bar en Estocolmo, el 28 de mayo de 2020. Hacia entonces, Suecia había registrado las muertes por Covid-19 per cápita más altas de Europa. El autor destaca la ausencia de ‘distanciamiento social’ observado por los huéspedes del bar, a pesar […]

Covid-19 case fatality rate in Sweden and neighbouring countries. Why Swedish herd immunity model should not be followed

By Marcello Ferrada de Noli, professor emeritus of epidemiology. Formerly at Karolinska Institute, Sweden, and Harvard Medical School. Chair,  Swedish Doctors for Human Rights SWEDHR The elderly have comprised the vast majority of Covid-19 fatalities in Sweden, either dying in care homes or their own residence, often alone.  By mid-May 2020, only 13 percent of […]