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... they practically fell over themselves to rubbish Friedman. And no wonder: Friedman used Japan Japan! a very long way from being a free market economy, as the exemplar for his homespun homilies. I was aware that Friedman's ideas were in the air but had neither read nor seen him; and, like the politicians in the BBC studio, I was astonished: why was this idiot being taken seriously? At this distance the interesting historical question is: how and why did the editors of newspapers and TV programmes come to believe this disastrous rubbish? Who read what and who believed whom?26 24 This is disputed. Callaghan appeared to embrace monetarism in his 1976 ...
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172. Coach into pumpkin: some problems with Paget [Lobster #54 (Winter 2007/8)]
... anti-landmine campaign.' The male caller in question was allegedly Sir Nicholas Soames, a supporter of Prince Charles during the War of the Waleses and (at the time of the call) Minister of State for the Armed Forces. In November 1995, Soames had publicly claimed that the Princess was in 'the advanced stages of paranoia' (on BBC 2's Newsnight) and said that she was pulling off 'a very calculating and a very polished performance' (Radio 4 Today programme) after her Panorama appearance. The claim that Soames made ominous remarks about accidents would appear to be directly pertinent to Paget's remit to investigate a possible conspiracy to murder. However, it was resolved in the ...
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... from whose ranks many of 6 Former CIA officers Philip Agee (CIA Diary, 1975) and John Stockwell( In Search of Enemies, 1978) provided copious information to prove this. Allan Frankovich produced a film (On Company Business, 1980) largely based on the information Agee and Stockwell provided. He also produced a film for the BBC about the CIA 'stay-behind' fascist networks in Europe, Gladio (1992). In 1997 Frankovich died of a heart attack while clearing US Customs at Houston's George Bush International Airport, returning from London. He was 56 and released a very controversial film debunking the US regime's Lockerbie story. However even the official media is full of reports ...
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174. RE: [Lobster #55 (Summer 2008)]
... in the fact that, somewhat ironically, Baker's book was runner- up to Alastair Campbell's The Blair Years in Channel 4 News' Political Book of the Year Awards. For more recent views on the death of Dr. Kelly see Paul Brandon et al, 'The death of David Kelly and the "sexed up" WMD report: was BBC Andrew Gilligan's original source a senior member of Her Majesty's Government?' at <http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=8146>. 'The record on CURVEBALL: declassified documents and key participants show the importance of phony intelligence in the origins of the Iraq War' <http://www.gwu.edu/ ...
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175. The Dr Strangeloves of the Mind (Summer 2010) [Lobster #59 (Summer 2010)(free)] [Free Issue]
... in his hands he figured if they could be cured, they would be.1 8 Then there was the little problem of patient consent, but Sargant didn't deem this necessary; and if the patient found out what was going to happen and objected he just dosed them up so they didn't know whether they were coming or going. In April 2009 BBC Radio 4 broadcast a documentary by James Maw entitled Revealing the Mind Bender General. Maw interviewed several of Sargant's patients who spoke of their lives being shattered by the treatment they received, and the programme documented the continual routine violation of patients' rights by him. In fact, some patients even died under the sleep treatment.1 9 A surprise ...
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176. Electronic Privacy and the Encryption Debate [Lobster #37 (Summer 1999)]
... , Building Confidence in E-Commerce, March 1999 http://www.cyber-rights.org/reports/dti99.htm http://www.epic.org/ This document is no longer on the Labour website, but can be found in the 'resource list' at http://www.liberty.org.uk/cacib/ http://www.dti.gov.uk/CII/ana27p.html Computing, January 1999 BBC News February 20 1998: 'UK Govt dithers on encryption regulation' http://www.bbc.co.uk/hi/english/special_report/1998/encryption/newsid _58000/58499.stm Para 84, Interception Capabilities 2000, April 1999, working document of the STOA panel of the European Parliament by Duncan Campbell. (PE 168.184 /Part 4/ ...
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... British political power overseas and thus to benefit the overseas sector. See pp. 16/17. See Neil Kinnock's Making Our Way (Blackwell, Oxford, 1986). Bryan Gould, Goodbye To All That, (Macmillan, London, 1995) p. 202 Gould p. 205. Eatwell is now Lord Eatwell. Duckworth/BBC, 1982 See note 24 above Gould p. 209 This is discussed below. To my knowledge neither has explained this change and I am unable to date this precisely. Colin Hughes and Patrick Wintour in their Labour Rebuilt (Fourth Estate, London, 1990) come close to implying that the shift to a pro-EEC position was taken because ...
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... he was out? In order to avoid deep international embarrassment London contrived a convenient 'suicide' and the British were spared having to explain to the world just how close they came to a peace agreement with Germany in 1941. Thomas's theory was examined in a highly critical film by Dr Christopher Andrew of Corpus Christie College, Cambridge, for the BBC 2 history programme Timewatch in January. Andrew maintained that Hess was Hess after all and that he had probably committed suicide. The Thomas story was, Andrew suggested, the stuff of good conspiracy theory rather than of diligent and painstaking historical research. (88) There is no space here to discuss Andrew's treatment of the medical evidence relating ...
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179. Advertising, Iraq and espionage [Lobster #46 (Winter 2003)]
... long forgotten Iraqi football team called Arsenal and an Iraqi schoolteacher who taught his pupils English with soap-packets. Notes 1 In the 1960s, at the time that black independence movements were gathering strength everywhere, Omo was being sold all over the Caribbean, Africa and the African Middle East with the advertising strapline 'Omo washes whitest...' 2 BBC 6 O'clock News, 3 October 2003. The high profile launch of the American doughnut chain contrasts with the non-existent one in many London suburbs of the state-owned Chinese 'Dr China' shops, which capitalise on interest in Chinese medicine. The latter allows the Chinese to acquire a recorded, snapshot of London suburbia mums with asthmatic children, ...
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180. Euro-bound? Or: the same river twice [Lobster #39 (Summer 2000)]
... Blairite project. Urged on by those who want sterling to join the euro to reduce interest rates- 'Say yes to the euro to save British jobs'- the Labour-Lib-Dem alliance leads a campaign to join the euro (via two year membership of the ERM) with the great and the good, the CBI, the big multi-nationals and the BBC and ITV. This succeeds narrowly and the UK duly enters the ERM- at around 3 D-marks to the pound- too high for the manufacturing sector. And thus we have the delirious prospect of another ERM crisis as the Bank of England tries to maintain sterling at its agreed ERM level by putting up interest rates; destroying more of ...
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