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... co.uk (Issue 49) Summer 2005 Last | Contents | Next Issue 49 Spinning the Spies: Intelligence, open government and the Hutton Inquiry Anthony Glees and Philip H. J. Davies London: The Social Affairs Unit, 2004, 30, h/b This is curious little book (112 pp.) in which two conservative intelligence academics wrestle with the realities of the events leading up to the attack on Iraq. But what manner of beast is a conservative intelligence academic? The basic view of these gentlemen is that the oiks us need not be consulted or informed; we should not bother our heads with such matters because: 'Public discussions of many sensitive matters ...
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172. Historical Notes: Wilson and sterling in 1964 [Lobster #49 (Summer 2005)]
... . When Labour left power in 1970 the average annual growth rate for its period in office was just under 2.5 per cent. It all amounted to a severe disappointment and this anticlimactic saga certainly played its part in creating the impression that Labour could not be trusted to run the economy competently, a view frequently promoted thereafter by the Conservative Party and then, in the 1990s, by 'new' Labour. The criticisms from the right were reinforced from the left by arguments that Wilson, his Chancellor Jim Callaghan and George Brown, the Secretary of State for Economic Affairs (directly responsible for the National Plan), should have devalued immediately. This view was advocated at the ...
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173. The Rise of Political Lying [Lobster #49 (Summer 2005)]
... Schuster), 2005, 7.99, p/b Before his minutely detailed account of some of New Labour's lies Oborne gives us a potted history of lying in the past 25 years to show us how relatively truthful New Labour's predecessors were. This old nag won't run. For example, he merely examines Mrs Thatcher's lies, not Conservative lies of the period. (Just think of all the lies told about Labour-controlled local government in the 1980s!) Nor does he mention Northern Ireland. Starting his historical sketch in 1979 he can omit the biggest post-war domestic lie, Heath's claim that the EEC was merely a free trade area, and the events ...
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174. Sources [Lobster #49 (Summer 2005)]
... a struggle to get through, and not user-friendly, the long essay at <http://users.cyberone.com.au/myers/cia-infiltrating-left.html> contains a good deal of use-ful information on the trajectories of various (mostly American) leftists who ended up as neo-conservatives. Googling <http://cyber.law.harvard.edu/filtering/google/> is a study of Google censorship. Most of the sites which have been omitted by Google in this study are US far right groups. <http://www.google-watch.org/> is Daniel Brandt's ...
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... an index but no documentation. However there are no obvious errors that I can see; the author knows the material and presents it clearly and simply. As for 'Morningside Mata Haris', Morningside is an upper-crust area in Edinburgh famous in Scotland, any way for having a distinctive accent, posh Edinburgh. Malcolm Rifkind, erstwhile Conservative Foreign Minister, is an example of it. Elma Dangerfield and the Duchess of Atholl don't seem to have had much to do with Morningside and were about as far from being Mata Haris as one could imagine. But when did reality get in the way of a publisher's idea of a catchy title? Notes [19] My first ...
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176. Iraq [Lobster #49 (Summer 2005)]
... Roughly summarised, he discovered that while the neo-cons wanted to privatise the Iraqi oil fields and pump them out apparently in the hope of breaking the OPEC cartel and so reducing world oil prices the big American oil companies blocked this in favour of a state-controlled oil company. Palast quoted the former head of Shell: 'Many neo conservatives are people who have certain ideological beliefs about markets, about democracy, about this, that and the other. International oil companies, without exception, are very pragmatic commercial organizations. They don't have a theology. ' ( [9 ] ) And, we might add, they don't want oil prices lowering. Iraqi farmers forced to ...
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... (c ) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 48) Winter 2004 Last | Contents | Next Issue 48 The New European Order judges, modernising conservatives and Tony Blair Tim Pendry Authority and order are back on the European political agenda. I want to put forward an hypothesis that readers can test against the facts. If I am right, then it opens up a new field of enquiry for parapolitical investigators. Let me state the thesis briefly: the need to create an international infrastructure of authority and an ideology to manage Europe is assisting in the creation of a new type of unaccountable elite. This is already, if slowly, becoming the dominant ...
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178. Our American problem [Lobster #48 (Winter 2004)]
... , and so on. But they are both immensely illuminating, partly because they address, specifically, these 'crazy' aspects of American culture. Haliburton and Fox probably don't need explaining as much to us Europeans (to Leftists, at any rate). Straussians The Norton book is about the 'Straussian' strain in present-day neo-Conservative thought. The name comes from Leo Strauss, who is someone very few of us had heard of until recently. He was a Jewish refugee who fled from Hitler to the USA in the 1930s, taught political theory mainly at the University of Chicago, and died in 1973. His speciality was the ancient (Greek and Roman) ...
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179. Alastair Campbell (Book review) [Lobster #48 (Winter 2004)]
... the Americans do; which is why Murdoch became an American citizen); or set the Mergers and Monopolies Commission and/or the Inland Revenue onto News Corporation; or set up a large fund to enable ordinary citizens to sue newspapers; or introduced a Right of Reply Act. Etc etc. In the event they did nothing. The conservative nature of the British media became the cover story for their own conservative beliefs. A member of the Labour Party for tribal rather than political reasons, Campbell is portrayed as a man with few political beliefs. Like Blair, he despised most of the Labour Party, the British state, democracy and journalists. The only people he and ...
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180. The view from the bridge [Lobster #48 (Winter 2004)]
... engine used by researchers. It was only natural that the intelligence services would have to get involved in censoring this information. ' The power of nightmares The three films by Adam Curtis, shown here in October/November on BBC2, under the title of The Power of Nightmares, documenting the rise of militant Islam and the American neo-conservatives, deservedly received much praise. Curiously or perhaps not curiously none of the comments I read seem to have noticed that Curtis's account of the origins of the neo-conservatives was based on a big omission. In Curtis's view the neo-cons grew out of the ideas of a political philosopher, Leo Strauss, some of whose students ...
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