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41. The view from the Bridge [Lobster #47 (Summer 2004)]
... one equals? In issue 56 of Tony Gosling's Bilderberg-watching e-newsletter PEPIS (9) he writes this: 'The Duke of Kent is the Grand Master of free-masonry's governing body, the United Grand Lodge of England. (10) Interesting, then, that it is the Duke's Personal Assistant, Andrew Palmer, (11) that organised the Turnberry Bilderberg conference, the last one to take place in the UK.' From this Gosling concludes that 'Bilderberg is some kind of masonic summit', a conclusion not justified by this fragment of evidence, interesting though it is. RIP Geoffrey Stewart-Smith died (obituary The Daily Telegraph 20 March 2004). In the 1960s and 70s, former ...
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42. Terrorism, Anti-Semitism and Dissent [Lobster #47 (Summer 2004)]
... the naming of names by Orwell and Hitchens and possible subsequent shunning in HUAC style, is the positive naming of names. By that I mean the identification of those – some are politicians and journalists – who are part of a largely covert network of influence who unaccountably yank the political strings and lead us into situations like Iraq. Research identifying Bilderbergers, the lucky beneficiaries of US fellowships and scholarships, the funders of political parties and movements, members of the British American Project, politicos who double as City advisers, spooks and lobbyists – these are the people our democracy would be the better for having listed. This is a relatively small matter with which to take issue for Lucas ...
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43. Re: [Lobster #46 (Winter 2003)]
... (c) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 46) Winter 2003 Last| Contents| Next Issue 46 Re: Terry Hanstock Bilderberg Originally given as a paper at the British Association for American Studies 2002 Annual Postgraduate Conference, this draws on newly available archival evidence to document the origins of the Bilderberg Group. It also considers the various conspiracy theories which have attached themselves to the Group. Is it a CIA plot to undermine socialism or a socialist conspiracy to destroy the US's capitalist, democratic institutions? The author concludes that the view of Bilderberg as a seat of hidden global government comes closest to the truth. Hugh Wilford, 'CIA plot, socialist conspiracy or New World Order? The origins ...
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44. The View from the Bridge [Lobster #46 (Winter 2003)]
... On the Web, if you ask Google for 'Rockefeller+ 'We are grateful to the Washington Post, the New York Times', you find the quote on hundreds of sites, left, right and simply conspiratorial. They all quote the same paragraph and same year, 1991, but they vary on the forum: some have Rockefeller addressing Bilderberg, some the Trilateral Commission. (The reference to forty years in the quote tells you that it is meant to be Bilderberg; the Trilateral Commission was formed in the 1970s.) The more canny (i.e. the more professional) of the sites using this preface the quotation with a variation on: 'it has been widely reported ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 53  -  01 Dec 2003  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue46/lob46-24.htm
... ' (10) Chesterton, however, used his critique of what he saw as specific failures by the British establishment to prove that 'Money Power's' hidden hand now pulled England's strings. His attacks on such elite groups as the Royal Institute of International Affairs (RIIA), the American Council of Foreign Relations (CFR), and the Bilderberger Society as well as on organisations like NATO and the UN, served a larger narrative goal; namely, proving the existence of a vast Jewish conspiracy. In a chapter entitled 'Is the Conspiracy Jewish?' he claims that 'the major Zionist objective' is no less than 'One World'. 'Moscow and Peking' were 'no more than ...
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46. Denis Healey (Book Review) [Lobster #45 (Summer 2003)]
... This is completely missing from Pearce's account. And it has been omitted. Even if Pearce is unaware of the work of the Richard Fletcher (1) and his successors- and Lobster is one- the institutions of American political power are in Healey's own account of his life, The Time of My Life: the Ford Foundation, the Bilderberg conferences and the Congress for Cultural Freedom are in Healey but not in Pearce. Sam Berger, the US labour attaché in London is described as such by Healey; in Pearce he's just a friend. Even the CIA is missing from Pearce's index. Healey is unabashed about these American institutions and in his account they are just part of ...
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47. Demos [Lobster #45 (Summer 2003)]
... (Royal Institute of International Affairs). CP is funded by and composed of representatives of big business including banks, multinationals, the police and the MOD. Martin Taylor Formerly Barclays (with Aims of Industry's Gerald Mobbs) which helped staff Blair's constituency office. Gordon Brown asked multimillionaire Taylor to drastically reform the benefit systems. Secretary of the Bilderberg conference,nowchairman of WH Smith, he joined the IPPR and compiled their notorious Commission on PPPs which insisted there should be 'no ideological barriers to private sector involvement in "core" public services such as clinical and intermediate health care, the management of education and local government services.' (12) Taylor is thought to be involved ...
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48. Them: adventures with extremists (Book Review) [Lobster #43 (Summer 2002)]
... theory culture. A bit like Louis Theroux, Ronson tries to come across to his subjects as a completely harmless nebbisch in the hope that they won't notice him playing out the rope with which they hang themselves. On TV it was sporadically entertaining, depending on the quality of the subject: Jim Tucker of Spotlight and his decades of pursuing Bilderberg, Randy Weaver of the Ruby Ridge shooting incident, and David Icke peddling his lizard theory in Canada- these programmes were quite amusing. One of the best sections on TV was Ronson trying to persuade a bunch of Canadian anti-racist campaigners who were preparing to disrupt Icke's Canadian tour, that Icke isn't using 'lizards' as a metaphor for ...
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49. The view from the bridge [Lobster #43 (Summer 2002)]
... (c) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 43) Summer 2002 Last| Contents| Next Issue 43 The view from the bridge Bilderberg and the EU The Diaries of former Liberal-Democrat leader Paddy Ashdown, (volume one 1988-1997, London: Allen Lane, Penguin, 2000) is a pretty uninteresting read with a couple of striking sections. Pages 42-46 contain his account of attending a Bilderberg meeting- by far the longest and most detailed account by a major political figure. He makes it sound about as dull as any other weekend spent listening to speeches. And on p. 78 he writes in February 1990: 'At 3 o'clock David Williamson, Secretary General of the [European] Commission ...
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50. Cold War stories 2 [Lobster #42 (Winter 2001/2)]
... alternatives. Typically, since there was no wish to have control of WAY pass to either the CIA or European Federalist groups, the funding had to continue in order to keep this 'sphere of influence' under British direction. Valerie Aubourg illustrated how the informal networks of the US-European elite produced influential forums for idea-sharing such as the Atlantic Institute and Bilderberg. Bilderberg had a major Benelux input, with Josef Retinger utilising his contacts with the Dutch and Belgian political and economic elite (Rijkens, van Zeeland, van Kleffens) to get the plan off the ground. Auborg emphasised the pivotal role of Prince Bernhard in the early stages, since it was he who set up the initial framework ...
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