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31. Feedback [Lobster #52 (Winter 2006/7)]
... 51 ) on (i ) Chamberlain's flight to see Hitler in the Munich crisis (it was to avert a war, not a coup) and (ii) Philby's criminal responsibility for prolonging World War Two. The latter point credits far too much influence to one individual. The fact was that the German peace plotters were not trusted by Churchill and Eden, let alone by people like Philby. The Canaris group, as Matthews shows, did not offer to stop the war against the USSR, and a nationalist-dominated greater German state hegemonic over most of central and eastern Europe was neither a British nor an American interest let alone a Soviet one. In any case what ...
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32. War and peace plots [Lobster #51 (Summer 2006)]
... to both the Vatican and the German army. [4 ] The main German emissary, Ewald von Kleist-Schmenzin, a significant land owner in Prussia with pronounced Christian leanings, met with Lord Lloyd, a former High Commissioner in Egypt, and Sir Robert Vansittart, a career diplomat who actually had little influence with Chamberlain, and Winston Churchill. Churchill told Lord Halifax of the intentions of the German conspirators. Halifax relayed this to Chamberlain. Other anti-Hitler figures who came to the UK in 1938-1939 liaised with Klop Ustinov, father of the actor Peter, in London. Klop Ustinov was a Baltic German previously in the service of the Tsar of Russia, ...
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... , Tyler Kent was an 'isolationist'. Unlike Kennedy he was prone to conspiracy theories about Jewish-Bolshevism etc. etc. and appears in this account as an irritating little man. Kent began keeping copies of 'interesting' US diplomatic cables for his own 'private collection'. He eventually had over 1500. They included correspondence between Roosevelt and Churchill about assistance the US which was then neutral could give the UK. Kent had also requested a move to the US Embassy in Berlin and, one presumes, would have taken his collection of secret diplomatic correspondence with him had he been allowed to take up this position.( [i ] ) The Right Club In March 1940 Kent ...
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... Clarke: Broadening The Battlefield: The H-Blocks and the Political Rise of Sinn Fein (Macmillan and Gill, 1989). 38. Up to 1946 it was possible for parties such as the Communist Party to affiliate to the Labour Party in Britain. Herbert Morrison changed this after the Communist Party called for a coalition government under Winston Churchill in the 1945 election and supported candidates other than Labour in rural constituencies (Bornstein and Richardson, 1982; 123-141). Bibliography Barr, G and Chicken, H : Beyond The Religious Divide (Belfast: New Ulster Political Research Group, 1982) Bornstein, S and Richardson, A : Two Steps Back: Communists and ...
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... know in this area. Firstly, most security services are absolved from the public interest test by virtue of s23 of the FOIA [the MOD and Special Branch are covered by the Act] .. .. .. There are numerous dangers with having such a blanket exemption. One of the worst abuses came to light during the Matrix Churchill arms-to-Iraq case in 1992 when the government showed it was willing to see innocent people go to jail rather than disclose documents that proved it had secretly reversed its policy of denying arms sales to Saddam Hussein.....This is the inherent danger in letting those people who have a vested interest in suppressing information ...
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36. Historical Notes: Wilson and sterling in 1964 [Lobster #49 (Summer 2005)]
... the rate. The document does not mention devaluation (although this is strongly implied) but it does state that studies would be required 'of a widening of exchange parities (including introducing a floating rate) '. ( [4 ] ) One of the economists involved in this exercise was Donald MacDougall, previously adviser to the 1951-55 Churchill government, Economic Director of the NEDC from 1962-64 and then Director General of the Department for Economic Affairs. He later wrote that on 24 November he had been called with some of the other economic advisers to Downing Street where Wilson was having his showdown with Cromer. The Prime Minister told them that 'he was thinking of floating ...
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... T -shirts can have the same impact as religious merchandising.) [14] 'Triumphalist PR' can 'work': e.g . Mao/Stalin/Hussein standing on balconies taking the salute from wave upon wave of troops. It can also unite a nation in celebration: e.g . Britain's Royal Family with Prime Minister Churchill on the balcony of 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 ...
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38. Paranoia is what the other guy has [Lobster #48 (Winter 2004)]
... reliability and the reliability of its sources in government. At the same time it continues its heroic work of casting a sceptical eye on official truths and defending the right of the citizen to know against powerful vested interests. A bodyguard of lies Each new fantasy is fresh and every care is taken to embed it into a rich factual framework. Churchill was only half-right or half-honest when he said that a truth must have a bodyguard of lies. A lie must be protected by as many facts as possible if it is to have a chance to survive, even for a while. It is of course difficult to believe that key elements of our shared common sense ...
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... (c ) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 47) Summer 2004 Last | Contents | Next Issue 47 Reflections On the Justice of Roosting Chickens: reflections on the consequences of U. S. imperial arrogance and criminality Ward Churchill Edinburgh: AK Press, 2003, 11.90, p/back After a short and densely documented essay on the slaughter which has accompanied the formation and expansion of the United States of America, and some speculation on the possibility of bringing this to an end, the author gives us a 220 page chronology (by year, month and sometimes by day) of the United States. This is divided into two ...
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40. Re: [Lobster #47 (Summer 2004)]
... Unfortunately they were warmly welcomed by her fellow neo-conservatives in the White House and Pentagon. As Mylroie herself put it: 'I take satisfaction that we went to war with Iraq and got rid of Saddam Hussein. The rest is details. ' (17) Notes 1 A typical broadcast would include extracts from'...Winston Churchill speeches, a rendition of "Land of Hope and Glory", popular music..., military-style music, drum-rolls, criticism of the "left-wing" social services in Coventry, "humorous" songs sending up homosexuals and trade unions,...pieces of racist diatribe, and (to ...
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