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Lobster #67
Summer 2014
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Winter 2014

What is "Lobster"?

Lobster magazine began in 1983. Its initial focus was on what was then called parapolitics - roughly, the impact of the intelligence and security services on history and politics - but since then has widened out to include:

  • contemporary history and politics
  • economics and economic politics
  • conspiracy theories
  • contemporary conspiracist subculture.

The current issue of Lobster is available on-line, free. The previous issues, all the way back to 1983, or articles from them, are available on-line for a small fee (the fees pay the cost of the website) or as a CD-Rom (More information below). Most issues up to number 57 are available in hard copy from the editor.

Lobster is published and edited by Robin Ramsay ( )


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Sample articles

  • 9/11's Trainer in Terrorism Was an FBI Informant     by Peter Dale Scott
  • The Global Drug Meta-Group: Drugs, Managed Violence, and the Russian 9/11 by Peter Dale Scott
  • Getting it right: the security agencies in modern society from Lobster 41. Excellent read!
  • The influence of intelligence services on the British left Adapated from the Clandestine Caucus
  • Compromised Reporting from Lobster 28
  • 'Conspiracy Theories' and Clandestine Politics from Lobster 29
  • Enemies Within? (Review) from Lobster 29
  • A 'great venture': overthrowing the government of Iran from Lobster 30
  • Recent JFK (and related) literature from Lobster 31
  • Who were they travelling with? from Lobster 31
  • UFOs and the governments of the USA and UK from Lobster 32
  • Our Friends in the North West: The Owen Oyston Affair from Lobster 34

  • Reviews

    • "... distinctive in its depth of coverage, its detailed documentation, and in the absence of the rhetoric of the radical left so prevalent in its brother publications .." -- Hayden B. Peake, The Reader's Guide to Intelligence Periodicals (1992), pages 86-89

    • "It was a reference at the end of an article in an issue of Lobster that led to the founding of the activist librarians' group Information for Social Change" -- Chris Atton, "Alternative literature: a practical guide for librarians" (1996), page 138

    • "This publication is based on solid research and while much of it might leave you feeling paranoid, that is simply an unfortunate by-product of uncovering the truth in the murky world of dirty tricks." -- Direct Action, Issue #16 Autumn 2000, page 30

    • "a good read .. All very revealing and worth it, just for the pub talk" -- Direct Action Issue #19 Summer 2001, page 29

    Reviews

    • "... their articles always wellreferenced, the researchers ensure that the thesis they are developing is documented at every stage (nowhere is the art of the footnote better practised or more finely wrought than in the pages of Lobster). -- Chris Alton, Information and Social Change, No. 2, Autumn 1995, page 10.

    • "Lobster's strength, as I see it, is its level headedness, its measured judgement .. an invaluable resource, and deserves to be widely read and much studied" -- Green Anarchist, issue 63, Summer 2001, page 21

    • "It feels very amateur, but in the best sense of the word: human, passionate and honest—qualities often lost in the polished professionalism of other publications." -- Red Pepper magazine, #85, July 2001, page 14

    • "And with so much mush and pap dominating the airwaves, Lobster is a welcome antidote to the tidal waves of hype, spin and bullshit emanating from Westminster and the White House" -- Graeme Bowman, "Shock Lobster", Sunday Herald, 17 August 2003, page 7



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