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101. Terrorism, Anti-Semitism and Dissent [Lobster #47 (Summer 2004)]
... Jackson. The last was a key figure in the US military-industrial complex, often known as the Senator for Boeing. A passionate supporter of Israel and fierce opponent of d tente, he was a politician who gave early encouragement to Perle, Ledeen, Frank Gaffney (a member of the Reagan administration and since much used by the BBC), Carl Gershman (see below) and a whole swathe of politicos and propagandists later to be known as Neoconservatives. Travelling from Britain with Chalfont were Brian Crozier, Robert Moss, former New Statesman editor turned Thatcher cheerleader Paul Johnson and former Labour Home Secretary Merlyn Rees. Quite why Rees should be in this company in Jerusalem is ...
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102. A Very British Jihad (Book Review) [Lobster #47 (Summer 2004)]
... co.uk (Issue 47) Summer 2004 Last | Contents | Next Issue 47 A Very British Jihad: Collusion, conspiracy and cover-up in Northern Ireland Paul Larkin Belfast: Beyond the Pale, 2004, 10.99 p/back <www.btpale.com/> Larkin was an investigative journalist and producer for the BBC in Northern Ireland and this book is based round the TV programmes he made there about the paramilitaries and the British state in the late 1980s and mid 1990s. Basing the book round TV investigations is mostly good news: since TV journalists in this kind of field have to undergo much more scrutiny than most of their print colleagues, the ...
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103. Tell me lies (Book Review) [Lobster #47 (Summer 2004)]
... , stand up pretty well. There are interesting snippets on the intelligence services and disinformation, psy-ops, US propaganda and media behaviour. The material which has survived best is the essays on the workings of the media and state propaganda; and of those the most interesting pieces to me are by the journalists: Tim Llewellyn, former BBC reporter, on how the corporation persuades itself that it isn't pro-Israeli; Yvonne Ridley on waking-up to the reality of what the major media was doing; and Faisal Bondi on Al Jazeera. It's the actual mechanics of news production that interests me: how individual journalists and media organisations square the circles of official disinformation. ...
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104. The view from the bridge [Lobster #48 (Winter 2004)]
... 'British intelligence'. Days of innocence, they were! No regrets John Morrison, the chief investigator for the House of Commons Intelligence and Security Committee, who was sacked for his comment about the collective raspberry blown through Whitehall at Tony Blair's talk of Iraq being a threat (see 'Iraq', above), made some further comments on BBC Radio 4. 'There was a culture of news management which came in after 1997 which I had not seen before and intelligence got swept up in that. ' During the bombing of Yugoslavia the pressure from the MOD press office to come up with good news was intense. Morrison said: 'What I did, in effect, was within ...
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105. A load of Balls [Lobster #48 (Winter 2004)]
... release from the GMB on this in August <www.labournet.net/ukunion/0408/gmb5.html> 4 The Observer 8 August 2004 <http://politics.guardian.co.uk/economics/comment/0 ,11268,1278471,00.html> 5 <http://news.bbc.co.uk/1 /hi/business/3935671.stm> 6 The Guardian 11 June 1999. A classic straw man move, this, as no-one was suggesting dropping the inflation target. And to which lesson of the 1980s is he referring? 7 Evaluating the precise contribution of the City to the British ...
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106. After Iraq: some FCO/SIS issues [Lobster #48 (Winter 2004)]
... expression apparently catching like wildfire to describe terrorist conduct, including the beheading of hostages, is 'Armed Propaganda' (AP). This could backfire and seems vaery like a typically dated, crude attempt at ineffective Anglo-US mind control: 'the Allies' are equally adept at AP, albeit of a different type. 'This Week', BBC TV, 23 September 2004. 15 Financial Terrorists: An example could be those known collectively as the Russian oil oligarchs, whose corruption is responsible for as much destruction as the more 'traditional' sort. It is worth remembering that President Gorbachev, who tried to prevent the West from asset-stripping Russia, was toppled, in favour ...
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107. Michael Ledeen again [Lobster #49 (Summer 2005)]
... the Reagan years with intimate knowledge of both Ledeen and its foreign policy and intelligence activities, says the source of the forged Niger documents was 'very close' to Michael Ledeen, it's hard to think of anyone with a better motive or a stronger track record in Cold War and 'war on terror' disinformation. Wolfowitz, New Labour and the BBC On June 10 1997, shortly after New Labour was elected, Paul Wolfowitz was special guest at a party thrown by the British Ambassador in Washington, Sir John Kerr. Wolfowitz was there as Dean of the Johns Hopkins Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) in Washington D.C ., the US organising ...
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108. Sources [Lobster #49 (Summer 2005)]
... in The Guardian (Media) on 25 January.Spinwatch's Professor David Miller had a piece in Counterpunch, 'The Ministry of Defence in the Control Room' ( [1 ] ) which began: 'A Spinwatch investigation has revealed that journalists working for the Services Sound and Vision Corporation (SSVC) have been commissioned to provide news reports to the BBC. The BBC has been using these reports as if they were genuine news. In fact, the SSVC is entirely funded by the Ministry of Defence as a propaganda operation, which according to its own website makes a "considerable contribution" to the "morale" of the armed forces. ' On-line free sources There are ...
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109. Election-rigging in the UK [Lobster #49 (Summer 2005)]
... shall call Mohan who helped me obtain this information against a tight deadline [4 ] Information emerging since this visit indicates that a worker who regularly visits the home as a hairdresser is the wife of a local Tory party worker. [5 ] The case of another Bedfordshire woman with Alzheimer's who was apparently tricked into voting was taken up by BBC news. Louisa Garrett was seen on TV claiming that she 'doesn't really know' who she voted for, but that she had 'voted for Tony Blair and then put him to bed'. In actual fact, she had signed away her vote to the brother of a local Conservative party worker. <http://news. ...
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110. The view from the bridge [Lobster #49 (Summer 2005)]
... [9 ] ) The comic highlight for me was the TV pictures of police or army personnel entering the house in full Chemical and Biological Warfare kit to collect......some seeds. Being Frank In his account of being shot in Iraq, 'The man who would not die' in The Guardian 19 April 2005, BBC correspondent Frank Gardner said of the person who shot him: 'He didn't see me as a non-partisan reporter who's simply trying to report what's going on. ' Hate to tell you this, Frank, but as the BBC's erstwhile Security Correspondent, and all that implies by way of confidential briefings by the British spooks, I'm not ...
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