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41. Britain spinning in the Sibel Edmonds web [Lobster #56 (Winter 2008/9)]
... headquarters. He was awoken later that night in the early morning hours for an impromptu meeting. The MI6 officer warned him that he was in immediate danger. Amin dismissed these concerns and insisted that he could continue the investigation, relying on the local British embassy for security if need be. The following evening he received a call from his boss, Mickey Bispham. He was ordered to return to London immediately. Amin was thereafter almost taken back to square one. The only hard evidence he had to rely on had already been recovered in the raid on Siddiqui. While it did seem there was a credible threat to Amin (and possibly his family) from the Khan network ...
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42. The once and future king? [Lobster #56 (Winter 2008/9)]
... the voting system for this was the same that the Labour Party had used for many years for the election of candidates to all senior positions – an electoral college based on a combination of votes from members, trade unions and MPs. The process of welcoming back Ken was presided over by a panel chaired by Paul Kenny – then the GMB boss in the London area (and now General Secretary of the GMB nationally) and a former employee of the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham. Key supporters of readmission included Iain Coleman, MP for Hammersmith, and his wife Dame Sally Powell, who was also a National Executive Committee member. Iain Coleman is the brother of Neale Coleman ...
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43. New Labour tittle-tattle [Lobster #54 (Winter 2007/8)]
... and Policy at Tel Aviv University. Alongside him there is Sir Jeremy Beecham, the former leader of Newcastle City Council, the first chair of the Local Government Association, the chair of Labour's National Executive Committee in 2005-2006 and a key figure in New Labour's North-East redoubt for many years. Dougie and Wendy and BAP Mendelsohn's boss in planning the next election is International Development Secretary Douglas Alexander. His sister, Wendy, recently assumed the leadership of the party in Scotland – like their joint patron, Brown – without being elected. The pair are long-standing alumni of the British American Project (BAP), as is another key Brown Cabinet, Ed Miliband ...
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44. Legacy of Ashes, reviewed [Lobster #54 (Winter 2007/8)]
... close-run things, with the Agency and its allies/proxies more or less staggering over the finishing line, just ahead of chaos and failure; and its ability to generate intelligence on its targets, especially the Soviet Union, was virtually nil. Weiner also shows the Agency always lied to the politicians and the President, nominally its bosses, and was routinely involved in assassination in its various coup plots. So: incomplete and partial, yes; but also full of fascinating bits and pieces. In any other period of the history of the American empire this would have been a sensation. To give just one tiny example, on p. 97 Weiner tells us that ...
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45. Brands and Britannia [Lobster #54 (Winter 2007/8)]
... The State of the Future survey by the world federation of United Nations Associations said the 'relentless rise of organised crime has emerged as one of the most potent threats to the planet's future .. . along with others such as the scarcity of drinkable water. ' (The Guardian 12 September 2007) In Britain, only one in 20 underworld bosses is at risk of being sent to prison. The Times, 17 February 2007. countries are believed to be actively pursuing cyberwarfare. What China describes as 'informationised armed forces' is one of the three pillars of its military strategy, setting itself the target of building a cyber army which could win such a war by 2050. There ...
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46. Apartheid's friends, reviewed [Lobster #53 (Summer 2007)]
... 11.99, p/b This is a tremendously impressive piece of work; and it's big: 395 pages of text, another 100 pages of notes and sources and a decent index. I imagine that most of it will be new to most Lobster readers, as it was to me. There is a section early on covering BOSS in Britain in the 1960s and 70s, which was familiar to me having researched this in the 1980s; and it is a very good account, well worth a look for anyone interested in the parapolitics of the period in this country. But after that we are off into largely new areas, as Sanders takes us through the political ...
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47. Tittle-tattle [Lobster #53 (Summer 2007)]
... bank account at 250 an hour was his 1998 phrase recorded by Palast was last seen in the Commons chairing a meeting of mental health charity Young Minds, protesting about the appalling psychological services available to children and young people 10 years into a Blair government. .. .. .but not others No repentance though from Draper s old lobbyist boss at Prima, Roger Liddle (see Lobster 36 ). The old SDP founder member, turned defence and Europe adviser to Blair in No 10, now sits in a top advisory position in the Brussels bureaucracy and on the board of Policy Network, the plaything of his old mate and EU trade commissioner Peter Mandelson. Funding Policy Network ...
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... , but these only come into existence when the particular ethnic groups are targeted, marginalised or discriminated against. (This does, of course, mean that regional conflict can also be used as a technique for destabilising the Tehran regime from the outside.) On a pure class struggle basis, certain sectors have bravely been fighting back against their bosses (effectively the religious oiligarchy), organising strikes and other forms of struggle, often in the face of vicious repression. Whilst they would welcome solidarity from those outside the country, they certainly don't want another 'Solidarnosc' fiasco, when a reactionary political movement grew out of what were legitimate workers' struggles, not least because of the ...
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49. The Westminster Whistleblowers, reviewed [Lobster #53 (Summer 2007)]
... council who knew what was afoot, knew it was illegal but did nothing. Among the Westminster council's senior staff there was not one person willing to tell Porter to 'Fuck off' and march straight out to the newspapers to blow the whistle, or even to go to their union or professional association and begin proceedings against their loopy, tyrannical boss. The Thatcher/Blair duo's greatest achievement was getting home-ownership in Britain up to around 70%. There's nothing like having to worry about mortgage payments to reduce the uppityness of the average British citizen. Last | Contents | Next ...
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50. The Last Supper: The Mafia, the Masons, reviewed [Lobster #53 (Summer 2007)]
... , with the Brits flitting in and out of the story, in their usual general role as the adjuncts of America, and specifically covering up the mess in London left by Calvi's death. In the final chapter Willan recounts how a young Silvio Berlusconi joined the P2 secret society a couple of years before it was exposed, and describes P2 boss Gelli's plan to take control of Italian society by buying the media and the unions, and forming a new kind of political party – some of which Berlusconi did do. Berlusconi is generally thought of as being a front man for organised crime; but in the sketch in his last chapter Willan appears to be suggesting that his sponsors may ...
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