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... leader 2003-2005. Page 10 Winter 2009/10 Lobster 58 Harold MacMillan to take the UK into the Common Market. Smedley, who was Vice President of the Liberal Party at this point, actually announced when Radio Atlanta started broadcasting in May 1964, that it was intended to be 'the last bastion of freedom if the country went Communist. ' This could only have been an allusion to the possibility that the general election that was due in late 1964 would result in a Labour government that Major Smedley and his colleagues regarded as seriously – even dangerously – left-wing. Sir Geoffrey Crowther went from Cambridge where he had been President of the Union in 1928, to ...
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82. The view from the bridge (Winter 2012) [Lobster #64 (Winter 2012) (free)] [Free Article]
... slump which that war economy had ended. The 'threat' to the US wasn't communism, or even socialism: it was economic nationalism. So economic nationalism was deemed to be 'communism' and thus worthy of attack. Decolonisation in the 1950s and 60 wasn't about communism (though the CIA and IRD could always be relied upon to fabricate a communist link if one was need): it was about nationalism. It is curious how this has just been forgotten. The Soviet 'threat' in the post-war years was minutely deconstructed in the 1960s and early 70s by the so-called 'revisionist historians' of the Cold War, notably Gabriel Kolko. Did the Soviets ever seriously ...
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83. Who's Afraid of Joseph Milteer (Book review) (Winter 2012) [Lobster #64 (Winter 2012) (free)] [Free Article]
... a far right racist from Quitman, Georgia, who was prominent in the National States Rights Party, a member of the White Citizen's Council of Atlanta, and the Congress of Freedom. He was also cosy with the leaders of the Ku Klux Klan and, to round off his catholic enthusiasms, was convinced there was a big Jewish/Communist conspiracy. On 9 November 1963 Willie Somersett (a name straight out of James Ellroy), a professional police informant and childhood friend of Milteer, met with him and tape recorded the conversation. Amongst which was this: SOMERSETT: I think Kennedy is coming here on the eighteenth, or something like that to make some kind of ...
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84. The rise of New Labour (Summer 2012) [Lobster #63 (Summer 2012) (free)] [Free Article]
... boring everyone present with ancient political history, to understand NuLab you have to understand earlier events. With politics there is always a long back story. In one sense the arrival of NuLab at the top of greasy pole in 1997 was just business as usual. Since the early 1950s America had programmes to talent-spot throughout the non-communist world and promote the rising politicians it thought would support its interests. That Uncle Sam would do this here isn't surprising: this island was its most important overseas military base and an important diplomatic ally. There are also networks within the UK, some supported by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, which do the same thing: look for ...
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... financial system up until 1971. This makes it clear that the US reacted to the Crash in 1929 by imposing strict regulation and controls of its financial system – far more so than in the UK. But the USA came out of World War 2 attracting ever greater inflows of capital, as the european elites, concerned about the prospects of Communists coming to power, looked to protect their assets (Shaxson claims that the Marshall Plan merely recycled some of the funds coming to the US from Europe); and its corporations started accumulating funds that it did not want to be taxed or controlled. The City of London came to the rescue by establishing the Eurodollar market completely outside of ...
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86. Shameless! (book reviews) (2011) [Lobster #62 (Winter 2011 ) (free)] [Free Article]
... taken against him. Perhaps this was because he was declared unfit for war service on medical grounds and thus never had to actually register as a conscientious objector.1 In 1944 Smith and a number of his friends and colleagues were expelled from the ILP for opposing co- operation with the Labour Party. They remained together and joined the Revolutionary Communist Party (RCP), a very small Trotskyist faction whose most prominent members were Ted Grant and Gerry Healy. Like them, Smith regarded the Labour Party 1945 election victory as a disaster. Sometime around 1947/1948 he and his group left the RCP. Smith stated that he was expelled for 'Centrist deviation'. His colleague Ken ...
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87. The View from the Bridge (2011) [Lobster #62 (Winter 2011 ) (free)] [Free Article]
... a federal union was being promoted in 1941 by anyone is astounding. The second coming of Christ was about as likely. Uncle Sam's Grauniad? Richard Gott's account (above) of the Guardian's long-standing pro-American stance made me wonder, for the umpteenth time, if the Guardian had been part of the NCL (non-communist left) supported/penetrated/run by the CIA during the Cold War. In its attempt to regulate the entire Western media in those years, the CIA could take the conservative UK press for granted as good anti-communists; it was the left or leftish media it needed to concentrate on. And in the UK, America's ...
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88. The crisis (2011) [Lobster #62 (Winter 2011 ) (free)] [Free Article]
... the past 25 years was wrong; and imagine how difficult this makes things for the current leadership. They cannot say, 'We're terribly sorry: we've been wrong for the last 25 years. We plumped for the City and ignored the manufacturing base. ' Politicians don't do this. Political parties not seeking election – e.g . the Communist Party of Great Britain – can say such things (and the CPGB did circa 1990). But for parties engaged in electoral politics this is impossible. Or is perceived as impossible. They are forced to change their policies while pretending all was well when they were in office. (Or almost well: they may acknowledge little things ...
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... ; the Cold War had been revived for the benefit of the American arms companies and opposition to American power and nuclear power was significant. The British secret state was more or less given its head by Mrs Thatcher, who believed – genuinely, as far as I can determine – that Britain really was facing a vast, Soviet-funded communist conspiracy, 'the enemy within'. And so when Green heard that Murrell was missing it wasn't so irrational that he should ring the Shropshire police and inform them that she had been writing a paper opposing Sizewell and that she 'may have made enemies'. The other explanation for her death, that it was her connection to her nephew ...
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... might as well speculate that Masaryk was killed in a failed abduction attempt by aliens – you know: they got him on their blue beam through the bathroom window but dropped him.... At this point I stopped reading the book and just began flipping through it. On page 64 Stone tells us that in Italy in 1948 the Communists lost the election. About that election, 'There were (and are) cries of "foul", because of covert activity by CIA men such as Michael Ledeen or Edward Luttwak, who knew the country well. ' If he isn't claiming that Ledeen (born 1942) and Luttwak (born 1941) were involved in Italy in ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 14  -  13 Nov 2011  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/free/lobster62/lob62-too-stoned.pdf
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