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... of 'The Family', a Christian order dedicated to resisting the spread of popular radicalism. Writing in Harpers, Jeffrey Sharlet explains: 'The Family was founded in April 1935 by Abraham Vereide, a Norwegian immigrant who made his living as a travelling preacher. One night, while lying in bed fretting about socialists, Wobblies, and a Swedish Communist who, he was sure, planned to bring Seattle under the control of Moscow, Vereide received a visitation: a voice, and a light in the dark, bright and blinding. The next day he met a friend, a wealthy businessman and former major, and the two men agreed upon a spiritual plan. They enlisted nineteen ...
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122. Robert Kennedy and the Middle East connection [Lobster #51 (Summer 2006)]
... pursued with total obsession: winning the Vietnam war and stopping Bobby Kennedy. An easy US victory against Nasser, the Arab bogey-man, could be a short cut to both. One historian observed of Johnson: 'His political world was ridden with conspiracies, false fronts and secret pacts and agendas. Everywhere he turned, he saw a communist or a Kennedy or, in his most hallucinatory moments, a communist Kennedy .. .at times Johnson seemed to know that this was all nonsense...But when Johnson slipped into these self hypnotic states it became harder, as the months passed...to pull him out. '( [8 ] ) Loyal ...
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123. The view from the bridge [Lobster #51 (Summer 2006)]
... of coup plotting in the mid 1970s yet it didn't mention or, better, show the discussions about a coup carried in The Times. It talked about a smear campaign but didn't refer to the various forgeries which were going around: Ted Short's phoney bank account and all the forged leaflets and letters trying to link Wilson and others to the Communist Party and the IRA. And here is the core of my complaint: it wasn't just a plot against Wilson; it was a plot against the Labour and Liberal parties and the Heath wing of the Tories. And it wasn't just MI5 doing it, either.( [1 ] ) It did contain two significant new pieces of ...
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124. War and peace plots [Lobster #51 (Summer 2006)]
... elite the prospect of a stable, centre-right led Germany had little appeal. In particular it was noted that in the period between 1922 and 1933 the German military had co-operated with the Soviet Union. Hitler had been much more reliable than this. He had stopped the military co-operation, he had crushed the alleged Communist threat in Germany and was regarded by many influential figures in Britain as the best bastion civilisation could have against Soviet expansion. The author puts a very forceful case that Chamberlain's sudden flight to Germany to placate Hitler was specifically undertaken so that a deal could be done with him about Czechoslovakia before the coup could be carried out. ( [ ...
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... and so on. The point of Kamm's crude, flip-flop revisions and attempted sleights-of-hand is to try and link post-war anti-communism with the current anti-Muslim strategies in what the Bush regime has now designated as 'the long war' between 'freedom' and 'totalitar-ianism'. Once it was communist totalitarianism and now it is Muslim totalitarianism: same struggle, different enemies. This is clearly going to be the new line: the struggle against totalitarianism that has already lasted 60 years. We can't be very far from some American think-tanker talking about the Second Hundred Years War. Notes 4 <www.henryjacksonsociety.org/ ...
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... underlined by Henry Patterson (Ulster University, Jordanstown) in the most important book ever written on Irish republicanism: The Politics of Illusion (Radius, Hutchinson, 1989). Declassified CIA documents, reprinted in the Irish Socialist Partypublication, The Voice, reveal that the CIA also welcomed the formation of the Provos because they were 'nationalist rather than Communist' and could help to neutralise the threat posed by 'Marxism'. (6 ) On one thing however, Dillon and his mentor, Conor Cruise O'Brien, are absolutely correct: because of the role played by Fianna Fail in the inception of the Provisional IRA, an unspoken understanding developed between the two organisations. Namely, that the ...
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127. No one ever suddenly became depraved [Lobster #50 (Winter 2005/6)]
... Walden et al; joined the Financial Times; wrote a book on the Miner's strike; fell in love with Thatcherism; studied in the States; joined a think tank and St Antony's College (1996-99); and fronted for New Labour via the Foreign Policy Centre (1999 onwards). He is unclear when he left the Communist Party but by 1997 he was sitting next to John Bolton at the American Enterprise Institute talking about New Labour. Prior to his recent resignation, New Statesmen writers termed him the 'house reactionary', some sort of atavistic throwback to Paul Johnson, who also 'fitted in with the left for a spell'. Lloyd even talks of a ...
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128. Scenes From An Afterlife: The Legacy of George Orwell [Lobster #50 (Winter 2005/6)]
... For the Marxist left Orwell is a 'heretic, renegade, traitor, turncoat........a heavy, an impersonator, a stooge, a villain'. He has been one of the far left's 'leading dramatis personae non grata for more than half a century'. This is not entirely true. While the Communists have certainly condemned Orwell without reservation, the far left has divided in attitudes pretty much along the lines of sympathy to the Soviet Union or Red China. Those most hostile to Stalinism have tended to embrace Orwell, while those least hostile have tended to parrot Communist slanders from his believing the working class smelled to working for MI6. Scenes ...
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... it and that Matthiessen had taken it over it at the behest of the CIA, getting rid of Humes. 'To write about Matthiessen and The Paris Review without mentioning that it was his CIA cover is bad journalism', I argued. 'It omits this important aspect of The Paris Review that it was part of the propaganda effort against the Communist and Soviet influence in Europe during the Cold War. ' I went on to explain what I had learned about Plimpton. There was no response. In a recent article in The Times that the the PR had not renewed Brigid Hughes contract, the reporter described Plimpton as 'the founding editor' of the PR. I e-mailed ...
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130. Beyond 'The Da Vinci Code' [Lobster #49 (Summer 2005)]
... pact of tolerance with the Nazi devil and determined not to make the same mistake with communism, especially at a time when liberation theology was taking hold of its liberal wing. Pope Benedict is clearly his own man but there is now good reason to take a much greater interest in the close liaison between the Vatican and the various anti-communist intelligence operations which developed in Europe under the wing of the United States and that are now coalescing into the pan-European security agency of a new state-in-the-making. Conspiracy theorists who have managed to get past the idiocies of The Da Vinci Code will always point to Catholic involvement in the spiriting away of such ...
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