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291. Re: [Lobster #45 (Summer 2003)]
... of Cultural Freedom's 'The Future of Freedom' Conference held in Milan in 1955 is the focus of an article by Giles Scott-Smith. He offers an overview of the Conference's 'end of ideology' theme and its main protagonists. (Scott-Smith is the author of The Politics of Apolitical Culture: the Congress for Cultural Freedom, the CIA, and post-war American hegemony, Routledge, 2001, reviewed in Lobster 43 ) Giles Scott-Smith, 'The Congress for Cultural Freedom, the end of ideology and the 1955 Milan Conference: Defining the Parameters of Discourse', Journal of Contemporary History, 37 (3 )( July 2002), pp 437-455 ...
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292. Denis Healey (Book Review) [Lobster #45 (Summer 2003)]
... it isn't the point. In practice that 'affinity' led them to deal with, sometimes be funded and sponsored by, the institutions of the American state. It wasn't 'democratic liberal America' which paid for the American tendency in Labour to spend the 1950s visiting America, getting published and building careers. It was the State Department and the CIA. This is completely missing from Pearce's account. And it has been omitted. Even if Pearce is unaware of the work of the Richard Fletcher (1 ) and his successors - and Lobster is one - the institutions of American political power are in Healey's own account of his life, The Time of My Life: the Ford Foundation ...
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293. Demos [Lobster #45 (Summer 2003)]
... -left project. He also edited the Goldsmith-funded Radical Society's Journal, founded by Stephen Haselerand Neville Sandelson who both took part in attacks against the Labour Party. (25) Haseler worked for the 'left-face' of the US National Strategy Information Centre (NSIC)one of the funders ofBrian Crozier's Forum World Features, a CIA front. He co-authored Eurocommunism with the NSIC's Roy Godson, who 'helped Oliver North channel contributions from private donors to the contras by using the Heritage Foundation to launder the funds'. (26) Haseler has written for Demos. Bob Tyrrell 'Futurologist' former Chairman of the Henley Centre: a 'marketing consultancy' owned by WPP ...
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294. Updates [Lobster #45 (Summer 2003)]
... been faked to embarass the Americans; but this 'evidence' has since been challenged by two Canadian historians. A new dimension to the story has been added by allegations made in a German book and TV documentary that Frank Olsen, the American army scientist who was thrown out of a hotel window in 1953, after being given LSD by the CIA, had been working on biological weapons. A work colleague and friend of Olsen's, Norman Cournoyer, told the German authors that the American Air Force had indeed tested biological weapons during the Korean War, that Frank Olson had learned about this, began to despair about what he was doing and that this was probably the reason for Olsen ...
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295. The View from the Bridge [Lobster #45 (Summer 2003)]
... like Dinesh D'Souza, funded by conservative foundations and think tanks, helped popularize the concept. ' In the same essay Brandt noted how in 1975 at UCLA in Berkeley, 'These feminists [from the Women's Affairs Office] were all cruising comfortably on a huge Ford Foundation grant... ' The Ford Foundation? Didn't they work with the CIA? Yes, indeed. Bob Feldman at < www.questionsquestions.net/gatekeepers.html > has assembled a collection of material which shows how some of the US 'alternative media' has been funded by corporations and the American state. Does this mean Vidal's and Brandt's suspicions about the sources of the political support for PC are correct ...
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296. Lobster Issue 45: Contents [Lobster #45 (Summer 2003)]
... MLK, RFK and Malcolm X An Act of State: The Execution of Martin Luther King Southeast Asia: A Testament The Thimble Riggers: The Dublin Arms Trials of 1970 Portrait of a Terrorist State: A Summary of the Ordeal of Political Captives in Turkish Prisons Crude Power: Politics and the Oil Market Killing Detente: the Right Attacks the CIA Trust no one: the secret world of Sidney Reilly Updates Feedback Text without an author is by the editor Parish Notices Thanks to Robin Whittaker, Mal Function, Rom, Jane Affleck, Terry Hanstock and Peter Hancock for information since the last issue. There isn't much to be said here except to apologise for the technical disaster which was ...
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297. The attack on the USS Liberty [Lobster #45 (Summer 2003)]
... the Los Angeles Times and a large number of other US newspapers. I spoke to the following officials (their titles correspond to the positions they occupied at the time of the Liberty incident) and they all told me that the Israeli attack was deliberate, not an accident: Secretary of State Dean Rusk Chief of Naval Operations Admiral Thomas Moorer CIA Director Richard Helms NSA Deputy Director Louis Tordella. I am no authority on conspiracy theories, but there seem to be three possibilities here. A) Rusk, Moorer, Helms and Tordella were all propagators of a conspiracy theory. B) They were all dupes of a conspiracy theory. C) There is no valid conspiracy theory. ...
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298. PR, Iraq and 'the allies' [Lobster #45 (Summer 2003)]
... to its misplaced perception of Islam, highly educated women in Iraq, the Christian population and other groups are airbrushed. In addition, it has excelled at 'bouncing responsibility': For example Iraqis, it claims, were to blame for the shameful murder of Shia cleric Abd al-Majid Khu'i whose memory has since been traduced because he accepted CIA money. The truth is that this vital, courageous man returned to Iraq at the time he did, solely at the request of the 'allies'. He was dead within days. The death of Khu'i is every bit as significant for Iraq as that of Abdul Haq was for Afghanistan. These men, their circumstances, and events ...
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299. The Crux of the Matter [Lobster #45 (Summer 2003)]
... million loan from The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development. Some of the more well-known names of Fronteras' Board members are: Chairman William H. White (ex Deputy Secretary of the Treasury under Clinton); President/CEO Steve Nicandros (ex-Pres. Conoco International Operations); and Advisers John Deutch (ex-CIA Director) and Lloyd Bentsen (ex-Treasury Secretary.). 'A coup attempt in 1998 led the chairman of the National Independence Party to call for NATO or the United States to station a military contingent in Georgia to protect Caspian oil transport. In December 1998, representatives from the GUAM Group (Georgia, Ukraine, Azerbaijan, ...
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... in Europe, in May 1961, several of these organisations merged. This report followed two earlier studies, in 1957 and 1958, both of which concluded that British industry, and Britain as a whole, would benefit from membership. Allegations have since been made that these studies were funded by the U.S . Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), the U.S . being in favour of British entry. (6 ) Although no official record of the first campaign exists, making it difficult to assess its cost, estimates range from hundreds of thousands of pounds to millions (7 ) Its aim was to swing the media, business, political parties, trade unions ...
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