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61. Updates [Lobster #45 (Summer 2003)]
... with Korean biowar experiments not 'mind control'. Eric Olsen now regards the latter as disinformation. Illustrating the continuity in American national security circles is the fact that a declassified 1975 White House memorandum which suggested the settlement and compensation for Olsen's widow, was written by the then Deputy White House Chief of Staff, Dick Cheney, to his then boss, Donald Rumsfeld. The memo recommended an official apology by the president so as to forestall any trial or official hearing on the Olson case. Otherwise, the memo said, 'it might be necessary to disclose highly classified national security information'. Ten days later President Ford met with the Olson family in the White House. Faking it ...
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62. Lying about Iraq [Lobster #45 (Summer 2003)]
... on Iraq's weapons of mass destruction had been assembled (2) from open sources by Alistair Campbell's psy-ops unit at the Coalition Information Centre (CIC) in London. Good grief, I thought, Campbell is trying to treat the world's media as if they are supine British journalists! (3) That New Labour's chief spin-doctor had dropped his bosses in the shit was just too delicious. Secretary of State Colin Powell was at the Security Council of the UN in February to sell the US case for war. Before his presentation Powell said that the dossier of evidence against Iraq that he would present to the Security Council would be 'a straightforward, sober and compelling demonstration' that Baghdad ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 7  -  01 Jun 2003  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue45/lob45-03.htm
... to sweep away the endemic corruptions of Italian politics. That is, he first became Prime Minister in 1994 on the back of the magistrates' campaign to clean up politics. First resignation Within a year, he was forced to resign his first premiership when it emerged that he was being investigated for corruption himself. Craxi had been the political boss in Milan, Berlusconi's home city, and the place where he made his first fortune in two housing deals. He had achieved this through two means. First the political patronage of Craxi, who had not only fixed the deals whereby Berlusconi gained the building contracts but is also alleged to have been party to the changing of the approach ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 6  -  01 Jun 2003  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue45/lob45-16.htm
64. The View [Lobster #44 (Winter 2002)]
... a former Special Branch officer described how, during the Heath regime, he had warned MI5 of the looming miners' strike but MI5 had not passed this on to the Prime Minister. Were MI5 already gunning for Heath at that point and trying to drop him in it? In the second there were some comments of the former British Leyland boss Michael Edwardes who described going to the Cabinet Office to read the minutes of meetings between 'the Communist Party and our[ Leyland's] shop stewards...It was absolutely clear- the intention was to break the company...bring the company down, bring the country down.' This didn't sound too plausible to me so ...
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65. Historical Notes [Lobster #44 (Winter 2002)]
... ' Despite his problems de Courcy stayed in touch with Menzies during the war. The implication must be that he was a conduit into the Swedish establishment for Menzies and possibly for underground dealings with Germans willing to discuss peace such as Admiral Canaris, the Abwehr chief, Hermann Goering (whose chauffeur was a Swedish agent), the SS intelligence boss Walter Schellenberg or, at the end of the war, Heinrich Himmler. (De Courcy told me that he had met Himmler and thought him a man with no scruples but someone you could do business with: I assumed and still do that he was referring to prewar days). There remains one question. During and after the ...
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... shot within minutes of winning the California primary in 1968. At the time, he looked likely to beat the emerging Republican candidate, one Richard Nixon. The only other Democratic president, with the exception of Lyndon Johnson, between 1952 and 1976, John F Kennedy, had owed his win to the support of Sam Giancana, the mob boss in Chicago in 1960. As mentioned above, Binyon was one of Johnson's sponsors. Although he could hardly read or write, he had worked his way up from a gambler-cum-enforcer in early twentieth-century Texas to become a land and casino owner in Nevada worth some $100 million on his death. On the way, he'd killed people who ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 13  -  01 Dec 2002  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue44/lob44-08.htm
67. Princess Diana: the Hidden Evidence (Book Review) [Lobster #43 (Summer 2002)]
... Camilla had been killed and Diana had heeded the warning she might still be alive today. (10) Notes 1 Mohamed al Fayed continues to plough his lonely furrow. At the time of writing he had just launched a new legal bid to try to force US authorities to release documents relating to the crash. (Tom Kelly, 'Harrods boss launches new Diana crash court move', Associated Press 18 April 2002) 2 SPI Books has a wide ranging backlist, covering topics such as baseball, child rearing, Jewish holidays, and psychology, not to mention the CIA, conspiracy, and terrorism. Further information is at http://www.spibooks.com According to the book jacket ...
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68. Tittle-tattle 1 [Lobster #43 (Summer 2002)]
... not to be fingered in stories themselves. That some New Labour politicos move back and forth between journalism and public affairs might also have something to do with it. No question about one New Labour figure who knows a lot about business- Gavyn Davies, the Goldman Sachs partner who now chairs the BBC when he is not advising his wife's boss, Gordon Brown. A long-time colleague of Davies at Goldman's is David Fleischer, the bullish Enron analyst at Goldman Sachs. He was recommending Enron as a Buy until almost the moment Enron filed for the biggest Chapter 11 bankruptcy in US history. In July last year Fleischer published a 'Conference Call Transcript' on Enron. One investor asked ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 13  -  01 Jun 2002  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue43/lob43-32.htm
69. Blair and Israel [Lobster #43 (Summer 2002)]
... for the Israeli government. 4 The Sunday Times 2 July 2000. For 'dazzled by his drive and religious commitment' I would read 'supported Israel'. 5 In most- e.g. John Rentoul, Tony Blair, (London: Little Brown, 1995), p. 390- the money came from Barry Cox, Peter Mandelson's erstwhile boss at London Weekend Television (LWT). On the LWT network see Andy Beckett, 'A world apart', in The Guardian (Weekend), 4 September 1999. 6 John Lloyd, New Statesman, 27 February 1998. 7 It was reported in the Sunday Telegraph 25 July 1999 that Blair tried to make Levy a Minister in ...
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70. The View from the Bridge [Lobster #41 (Summer 2001)]
... What did the messages sent between members of the inner core say: Next meeting in Vienna in three months? Book lovers? Something we hear occasionally is the idea that, faced with the publication of a book whose contents they don't like, the spooks rush round buying up all the copies after it has been published. Gordon Winter's Inside BOSS is said to be an example of this. (It is certainly very hard to find second-hand, though the blizzard of writs which followed its publication may have something to do with that.) In January the American researcher Mike Ruppert suggested that'.... the CIA bought all 50,000 copies of [Peter Dale ...
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