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171. Gordon Brown [Lobster #49 (Summer 2005)]
... , and internecine struggle between two gangs, Brown's and Blair's, it useful to be reminded of the centrality of Geoffrey Robinson's money which funded John Smith's office; provided a flat in London for Brown to use; funded McCauley Hobsbawm, the PR agency of Brown's wife; and bought the New Statesman, saving it from being absorbed by the Blair gang. On pp. 69/70 he tells us that Brown met Bill Clinton at Baden-Baden in Germany. From the context this is 1989. (Bower is vague on the details.) I think this is wrong. Brown met Clinton when both attended the Bilderberg meeting at Baden-Baden in 1991. At that ...
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... very quickly. It is also true that the 1974-1979 Wilson-Callaghan governments made a reasonable job of recovering from the inflation caused by Heath and Barber in 1971-1973. 'Old Labour' did OK. It was just a shame it didn't have a better leader. Some of the Callaghan obituaries claimed that he was consulted by Blair on some issues. There is no evidence of this. Blair, paying tribute, said that Callaghan was a 'giant of the Labour movement'. While this may have been true in terms of attainment of the highest offices of the state, Blair has avoided any repetition of the Callaghan style of government: no deals with the trade ...
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173. The view from the bridge [Lobster #49 (Summer 2005)]
... contain some snippets about Radici's activities at the annual Anglo-German Konigswinter conference and one or two on his time at St Antony's College (as a 'parliamentary fellow'). There is also a section (pp. 336-7 ) on his attendance at the 1995 Bilderberg conference. Of this he writes: 'I am sent by the Blair office as none of the front-line Labour spokesmen can go'. Oddly or not Bilderberg is not in the index. Generalissimo Somehow it was terribly cheering to learn from a posting by the National Security Archive ( [1 ] )that General Pinochet 'had used multiple aliases and false identification to maintain over 125 secret bank accounts at ...
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174. Iraq [Lobster #49 (Summer 2005)]
... prejudices; and so forth. A bunch of honest coves made honest mistakes, editing the torrent of information they had to fit their existing beliefs. In other words, while all the intelligence on Iraq was wrong, no-one was to blame. And yet, in the midst of this, in a discussion of why Bush and Blair went to war, Ross offers this pregnant sentence: 'It was well-known that Hussein had allocated all the massively lucrative post-sanctions contracts to French, Chinese, Russian and other no-US and non-UK companies (and it bothered the companies a lot, as they would tell us). ' Which is what ...
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175. Michael Ledeen again [Lobster #49 (Summer 2005)]
... 1997) issue of the BAP Newsletter that reported the party and thanked Julia Hobsbawm for her efforts in organising it headlined the New Labour victory 'Big Swing to the BAP', listing Mo Mowlam, Chris Smith, Peter Mandelson, Liz Symons, George Robertson and Jonathan Powell as important BAP members appointed to high office under new Prime Minister Tony Blair. After listing a small number of non-Labour BAP candidates in the election the newsletter added: 'Meanwhile James Naughtie ( '89) and Jeremy Paxman ( '90) gave them all a hard time on BBC radio and television. ' Ambassador Kerr told the party that 'the BAP's powerful combination of eminent fellows and close transatlantic links ...
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... the distinction between misleading and mendacious. This view is only of interest if the proposition implied in the first half of the sentence is true: namely, that political considerations do not 'feed into the intelligence process'. But how can they not? How could they not in the case of the Iraq war? Everybody and their cousin knew Blair had agreed to support a US attack; and supporting the Americans is the political consideration which is always in the intelligence process. The authors tell us: 'No British Prime Minister, even one with an overwhelming majority in the House of Commons, could have sufficient muscle to bully the JIC into certifying as genuine intelligence which was false or ...
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... are the Democrats willing to take before they conclude that attack may be the only form of defence? Notes [9 ] I haven't read the party's history before 1960 and don't know. [9 ] A great deal of this critique of the Democrats - fear of the spooks and the media, for example - applied to the pre-Blair Labour Party. Last | Contents | Next ...
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178. Re: [Lobster #49 (Summer 2005)]
... htm> [5 ] See for example: Raymond Whitaker, 'Evidence reveals Blair's true intention for war', Independent on Sunday, 1 May 2005; David Hughes, 'Premier's secret council of war', Daily Mail, 2 May 2005; Richard Norton-Taylor and Patrick Wintour, 'Papers reveal commitment to war: Iraq secret documents indicate Blair support for military action a year before invasion took place', The Guardian, 2 May 2005. [6 ] For an account of what usually happens see David L. Robb, Operation Hollywood: how the Pentagon shapes and censors the movies (Amherst, NY: Prometheus Books, 2004) [7 ] Gavin Smith, 'Hearts ...
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179. Election-rigging in the UK [Lobster #49 (Summer 2005)]
... 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.bbc.co.uk/1 /hi/uk_politics/vote_2005/england/4510971.stm> [6 ] This ...
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... of Britain's head of state having tea in a council house, try to do the same.) Note: many objected to Madame Tussaud's depiction of the Nativity, December 2004. This was, in media terms, a classic 'spoiler'. Hypoc-risy, however, is rampant: so far as I am aware, Prime Minister Blair, in Palestine at the same time, did not, in public at least, mention the plight of Bethlehem or the Church of the Nativity. [16] Endorsement: possibly because of the western collapse of status symbols e.g . there are too many private jets/boats around to give 'status' to their owners some ...
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