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51. The Rough Guide to Conspiracy Theories [Lobster #50 (Winter 2005/6)]
... and I expect that some titles from the 1970s and 1980s may now be more difficult to obtain easily and cheaply. Any book such as this invites readers to construct their own wish-list of topics that really should have been included. I would probably include a wider selection of secret and security services and their misdeeds, including South Africa's apartheid era BOSS and the French sinkers of Greenpeace's Rainbow Warrior; an investigation into the murky world of mineral mining in Central Africa is long overdue; Charles Higham's Trading with the Enemy would be worth a chapter for its revelations; Frances Stonor Saunders' work on the CIA and the cultural cold war should be in there; as should the relationship between ...
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52. Confessions of an Economic Hitman [Lobster #49 (Summer 2005)]
... comments to this effect made to him by the woman who recruited him to the job. (30 year-old quotes? Hell of a memory!) But he also adds:'....the vast majority had merely performed the tasks they had been taught in business, engineering, and law school schools, or had followed the lead of bosses in my mould, who demonstrated the system by their own greedy example through rewards and punishments calculated to perpetuate it.' (p. 204) Notes [12] This was also a feature of the British empire. Scott Newton refers to this happening in Egypt. See his Historical Notes in Lobster 42, p. 27. ...
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... Buckingham Palace following the end of the Second World War. [15] The Nativity play has the same intent. It has other PR 'merits', including faux-humility: although the 'spin' is homage to the baby, its real purpose is to flatter 'ordinary' people. (A bit like President Bush saying 'the American people are the boss'.) It is one of the best examples of 'fusion' there is rich/poor/animals/the heavens united in reverence not least because the 'real' status quo are not in it. A brilliant secular equivalent of Nativity-type fusion could be Coca Cola's one-time advertising campaign 'I would like to teach the world to ...
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54. Vindication is a dish still edible when cold [Lobster #48 (Winter 2004)]
... (c) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 48) Winter 2004 Last| Contents| Next Issue 48 Vindication is a dish still edible when cold Gordon Winter In Lobster 18, dated October 1989, under the headline:' Inside BOSS and After', you wrote the following: 'Gordon Winter is an Englishman who was recruited by BOSS. His 1981 book Inside BOSS, was the first (and only) inside account of South Africa's intelligence agency. We still think this is one of the most important political memoirs. Even if elements of the book were included to disinform, as some believe, Inside BOSS still contains an invaluable piece of the covert history of Britain in the sixties ...
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55. The view from the bridge [Lobster #48 (Winter 2004)]
... BVD also successfully penetrated radical left-wing organisations, including one linked to the West-German RAF (Rote Armee Fraktion). Hoekstra writes: 'We were there all the time. We were so well positioned in the cells of that group that we could prevent actions because of the credibility of our source.' This is reminiscent of the comment by former BOSS agent, Gordon Winter that, 'British intelligence has a saying that if there is a left-wing movement in Britain bigger than a football team our man is the captain or the vice captain, and if not, he is the referee and he can send any man off the field and call our man on at any time he likes' ...
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56. After Iraq: some FCO/SIS issues [Lobster #48 (Winter 2004)]
... job market.) Their decision could be determined further by knowledge of untoward events in the lives of individuals which inadvertently provide other uninviting job description or specification. Unrelated happenings include sudden death (Dr David Kelly); surprise resignation (SIS Director, Africa and Middle East, Mark Allen, because he could not get on with his new boss); (17)interference in the career of a non-spook diplomat (Britain's former Ambassador to Uzbekistan); imprisonment (Simon Mann); and the suspension of senior personnel at Customs and Excise while allegations of perjury and perverting the course of justice are investigated. (18) As linkage and negative advertising goes, things could not ...
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57. Feedback [Lobster #47 (Summer 2004)]
... , a founder member of that group and an ex-Davis campaigner. Carr's book provided an opportunity for Special Branch to feed peanuts to us about the AB. Special Branch remains the least accountable part of the Police Service. My gut feeling is that there exists almost a taboo against pressing home the need for continued Special Branch scrutiny or accountability. BOSS and our own spook services dropped a real clanger that truly rebounded at least on the Criminal InJustice System when Peter Hain was fingered for a bank snatch at his local Barclays. And Davis was suddenly let out by exercise of the Royal Prerogative, despite having less than 6 months earlier lost his Appeal; and no full explanation has ever ...
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58. Tell me lies (Book Review) [Lobster #47 (Summer 2004)]
... of Richard Tomlinson or Menwith Hill. Yet he was to start filming a couple of weeks after talking to me. He will do a competent job but he will never get close to what I would regard as the important issues. But this is one of the central points there is no reason why he should try: his bosses are very unlikely to let him to include those important issues because they are not within the consensus view of what counts as 'news' or 'reality'. And this is true not just in journalism. Discussing the possible publication of a book on 9-11, an editor in a London publisher e-mailed me recently: 'There is further an enormous ...
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59. Halliburton: Winning the Brown and Root Way [Lobster #47 (Summer 2004)]
... the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC), and of paying an electrical foreman £9 ,375 not to tell federal officials of his safety concerns at the plant. (31) One worker, Dobie Hatley, who had raised safety concerns, was pressed to take part in the falsification of records required by the NRC: 'My boss called me in and told me that we had to get the books to match [the NRC audit requirements]. If we did it right, it probably would have taken a year. So what were we going to do? We had to pass the audit and the only way to do that was to rewrite the documentation. ...
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60. Our Friends in the North-East [Lobster #47 (Summer 2004)]
... . Fred Peart (Workington) background in local government in the North East. The success of Cunningham Jnr (Jack), Booth and Peart in obtaining seats on the other side of the Pennines from the North East is striking. The account of how Jack Cunningham obtained Whitehaven is legendary: his father, Andrew Cunningham, was GMB boss in the North East, Chair of the Labour Party Northern Region and an Alderman in local government. He arranged the selection for his son who was an official for the same union and a councillor on the same council. These arrangements were only slightly dented by the events leading up to the conviction and imprisonment of Cunningham Snr, Poulson ...
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