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... 1986 to the Heritage Foundation for 11 FCS activists. Although there are still libertarian strands within the Tory Party, David Hoile and his colleagues were on the good ship Thatcher, and when she went down, so did they. (For a while they seemed to genuinely believe that Mrs Thatcher was a libertarian; a bit like believing that Blair and Brown are socialists. ) The book's title is slightly misleading: the sociology takes up only a small section at the end. This is basically a history - the first one to my knowledge - of a very striking episode in the long-term decline of the Conservative Party; and a case study of political entryism. Would ...
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212. Denis Healey (Book Review) [Lobster #45 (Summer 2003)]
... period; and Pearce has omitted too much, too obviously. Notes 1 Co-author of CIA and the Labour Movement (Nottingham: Spokesman, 1977) and pioneer in the exposure of IRD's role in post-war politics. 2 He is currently writing a splendid column in Tribune in which his rhetorical powers are regularly trained on Tony Blair et al to great effect. Last | Contents | Next ...
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213. Lying about Iraq [Lobster #45 (Summer 2003)]
... conflict between the intelligence community on both sides of the Atlantic and their political masters. This tension has been visible beneath the surface for months, as intelligence officials have briefed against the more outrageous claims made by the Government...... "There is a feeling that there is something reckless about some of the people around Tony Blair - that they are dangerous." ' (28) Not just cooking intelligence, fabricating it In September 2002 the US government claimed there was an International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) report which showed that Iraq in 1998 was six months away from developing a nuclear weapon. The IAEA duly pointed out the such a report did not ...
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214. PR, Iraq and 'the allies' [Lobster #45 (Summer 2003)]
... indicative of different incompetence including the poor relationship between the Prime Minister's PROs and Whitehall's. This is best illustrated by Prime Minister Blair's full page photograph in the Sun, which went around the world as an 'exclusive'. It will be remembered by many overseas not for the sun-drenched image of a post-invasion youthful-looking Mr Blair, but because the same photograph included a large impression of the soles of his shoes, a cultural gaff in some countries, symbolic of treading on 'unholy' ground. I think it unlikely that a Foreign office PR would have passed it, unless s/he wished to stuff the PM, which is always a possibility, as ...
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... couldn't obtain a copy of the judgement through the normal channels. He received a copy only after making a specific complaint. 2 I described this in 'SISies' in Lobster 40 . 3 The fruits of this system are still very much alive in the UK. Despite his image as a moderniser of both British politics and social attitudes, Tony Blair is a typical product of it. As a politician, he depends upon the skills of an advocate, rhetoric and persuasion, rather than analysis, upon charm rather than intellectual power or subtlety. 4 His death has only recently been officially declared in the UK to have been a murder rather than a suicide, the verdict reached at ...
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216. New Labour Notes [Lobster #44 (Winter 2002)]
... , and some of the weakest legislation among industrialised countries for dealing with them....Half of the 70 companies identified by the World Bank as so corrupt that it has decided never to do business with them are based in Britain. ' Lean commented: 'The revelation undermines a voluntary initiative to tackle corruption to be unveiled by Tony Blair in Johannesburg today as one of his main contributions to the [earth] summit. ' Mandy finds a new benefactor In The Times of 10 June 2002 was 'Clinton helps Third Way find new direction', describing a weekend conference, 'The Third Way Successor Generation', jointly promoted by Peter Mandelson's Policy Network and the American Democratic Leadership ...
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217. Faking it [Lobster #44 (Winter 2002)]
... (c ) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 44) Winter 2002 Last | Contents | Next Issue 44 Faking it Poverty Tony Blair promised to eradicate child poverty in the UK. A couple of articles, 'Redefining poverty will lead to ridicule, ministers told' (The Independent 27 August 2002) and 'Poor definition confuses poverty' (The Daily Telegraph 27 August 2002) suggest that the government is thinking of 'eradicating' poverty by redefining it. Hospital waiting lists Reported in The Daily Telegraph, '" Manipulated" lists not helping NHS', on 18 September 2002, the Commons Public Accounts Committee reported that 'at least 20 hospitals managers and staff ...
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218. Feedback [Lobster #44 (Winter 2002)]
... never caused by Labour voters switching to voting Tory, despite 23 years of outright lying about it by the media and the academics. There's a latent Tory vote out there that can be mobilised by the media, the way it was in 1924 and 1979, and Labour's had 80 years to work out how to stop them doing it. Blair, of course, prefers joining them to beating them. From Phil Edwards I expected my review of Russ Kick's collection You are being lied to in Lobster 42 to be fairly controversial, but I was startled by the vehemence with which Kick and Edward Herman attacked the review - and me personally - in Lobster 43 . Unfortunately Kick and ...
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219. The View [Lobster #44 (Winter 2002)]
... lies about Iraq The Iraq thing is about oil. If Iraq had no oil the US would not be interested. The US is going to buy or steal - mostly, I guess, steal - every last barrel of oil on earth to keep its cars and its air-conditioning units running. Even though everyone - everyone bar Tony Blair, it seems - knows it's about oil, throughout the summer and autumn the media was saturated with stories about about Saddam Hussein, Iraq, its weapons and its weapons potential. Some of these might have been true but there is so much disinformation and propaganda being generated by the US and UK intelligence services there is no way of ...
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220. Spook PR [Lobster #44 (Winter 2002)]
... unelected officials. (13) In addition, of course, to offer publicly even a modicum of respect to the Arab populace would be an anathema to Israel. A bit like speaking Latin to the Reverend Iain Paisley. (14) It was another PR opportunity lost. Spook PR and Policing al-Qaida One reason why Prime Minister Blair could have added good manners to Britain's arsenal in the fight against al-Qaida, is because the government needs the assistance of others to protect our citizens here and overseas. Al-Qaida proved this when it exploded the myth that the spooks, despite all the SIS had pretended, have global reach. (15) They do ...
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