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Lobster Issue 55 Summer 2008

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Journal:Lobster
Issue:55
Date:Summer 2008
Publisher:Robin Ramsay
Editor:Robin Ramsay
ISSN:0964-0436
  • After Dark, David Kelly and Lessons Learned by Sebastian Cody
    Book review: Norman Baker, The Strange Death of David Kelly (2007)
    • Breaking the Rules
    • Diversity
    • The Rules
    • Kelly
    • Baker
    • Discrepancies
    • Baker puts it all in
    • Mai Pederson
    • Omissions
    • An Indictment


  • Everything's Gone Off the Rails Except Ideology! by Anthony Frewin
    Book review: Christian Wolman, On the Wrong Line: How Ideology and Incompetence Wrecked Britain's Railways ( 2005)


  • Fifth Column: The Decadence of our Political System by Tim Pendry
    • Hindsight and Truth
    • A Club for no Purpose but Power
    • How Bust is the System
    • Sclerosis
    • Consequences
    • The Politics of the Credit Cards -- Who is on Our Side?
    • Those Who Live by the Sword...
    • The Problem of Denial
    • A System in Denial
    • Partial Consequences
    • The Bad Bet
    • The Misjudgements
    • Times Change and Empires Fall
    • J'Acuse

  • Childern and the Official Secrets Act by Corinne Souza

  • Tittle-Tattle by Tom Easton
    • A New Royalty? (Andrew Marr and Jackie Ashley)
    • The Westminister Village
    • Friends of "the friends"
    • Lord Cashpoint's Memory
    • Proceeding with Inquiries?
    • BAP (British American Project) News
    • Neil's Legacy
    • Gilligan's Revenge
    • F is For?
    • An Earlier BBC Political Editor

  • The Biggest of Big Lies
    Review: "The Dismantling of Yugoslavia", Edward S. Herman and David Peterson, Vol.59, No.5., Monthly Review

  • Mind Control
    • A Delusion
    • Ultra Sound

  • The Cecil King Coup Plot as Precursor to Gordon Brown's 'Government of all the Talents' by Roger Cottrell
    • Coercive State?
    • The Coercive State and Terrorism: from Northern Ireland to the War on Terror
    • Information Policy
    • Into the 'War on Terror'
    • Permanent Executive Government by Coalition: the Real Significance of Northern Ireland for 'a Government of all the Talents'
    • Duped by Thatcher
    • Stabbing Trimble in the Back

  • The View from the Bridge
    • Say it Ain't so, Joe
    • ...this is now
    • PPPiffle
    • Spookaroonie
    • Messin' with the Moneylenders
    • Kow-towing to the Moneylenders
    • Friends in High Places
    • Education, education, education
    • Down Under

  • Philip Agee, the KGB and Us
  • All the News that's Fit to Print by Tom Easton Book Review: Flat Earth News: An Award-winning Reporter Exposes Falsehood, Distortion and Propagander in the Global Media, by Nick Davies (2008)
    • Naming and Shaming
    • Alton's Role Goes Missing (Roger Alton)
    • Network Influence

  • Kiss me on the Apocalypse: Some Reflections on the Life, times and Politics of Sir James Goldsmith by Simon Matthews
    • The Clermont Set
    • The Club of Rome
    • Supporting Thatcher
    • Back to Politics
    • The Goldsmith Effect
    • The other Goldsmith
    • Goldsmith's Legacy

  • Feeback
    • From Colin Johnson, on Neck Deep
    • From Peter Dale Scott, on the review of his book

  • The Meaning of QinetiQ Scandal by John Newsinger
    • The Carlyle Group
    • Privatising Defence Training

  • Re: by Terry Hanstock
    • The Diana Inquest -- The People's Verdict?
    • The Spoils of War
    • Baker on Kelly (Norman Baker, Davd Kelly)
    • The Case for War
    • No Riffraff
    • Election Fevers
    • Uncle Sam Steps in
    • 9/11
    • DANGO
    • The End of Ideology
    • Wikileaks
    • Don't Panic
    • CIA History
    • The Image Thing

  • Sources
    • The Assassinations of the 1960s
    • Black Boxing
    • Fabricating a Soviet 'threat'
    • Reporting for Uncle Son
    • Over the Moon
    • An Even Dodgier Dossier
    • Litvinenko
    • The Mechanisms of an Oppressive State
    • Going Round in Cercles
    • American Empire
    • A Hidden Hand
    • CIA and Indonesia

  • Books reviewed
    • Praise from a Future Generation: The Assassination of John F. Kennedy and the First Generation Critics of the Warren Report by John Kelin, reviewed by Anthony Frewin
    • Reviewed by John Newsinger:
      • A Shameful Act: The Armenian Genocide and the Question of Turkish Responsibility by Taner Akcam,
      • The Kurdish and Armeniam Genocides: From Censorship and Denial to Recognition by Desmond Fernandes
    • The Labour Party, War and International Relations, 1945-2006 by Mark Phythian, reviewed by Bernard Porter
    • Animal Pharm by Mark Purdey, reviewed by Colin Johnson
    • Israel and the Clash of Civilisations: Iraq, Iran, and the Plan to Remake the Middle East by Jonathan Cook
    • Deception: Pakistan, The United States and the Global Nuclear Weapons Conspiracy by Adrian Levy and Catherine Scott-Clark
    • A Century of Spin: How Public Relations Became the Cutting Edge of Corporate Power by David Miller and William Dinan
    • British, America and Anti-Communist Propaganda 1945-53: The Information Research Department by Andrew Defty
    • Psi Spies: The True Story of America's Psychic Warfare Programme by Jim Marrs
    • Dr Mary's Monkey by Edward T. Haslam
    • Breifs:
      • From Anger to Apathy: the British Experience since 1975 by Mark Garnety
      • Dead Men don't Eat Lunch by Geoffrey Gilson
      • Beyond Bullets by Jules Boykoff

    52 pages.


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