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... suggestions that the British government was behind Nadir's fall? At first, this thesis would seem to collapse with the American one. There was no conflict within the Anglo-American alliance about Cyprus: their interests were almost identical. The British government had no apparent interest of its own in bringing down Nadir. In addition, why would a Conservative government wish to damage a figure, who it later emerged, had given some 400,000 in contributions to the Conservative Party? However, these objections leave out of account events on the contemporary domestic British political scene. In the beginning The origins of the contemporary political situation in Cyprus lie not in the island itself but in Egypt ...
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172. A political journey [Lobster #41 (Summer 2001)]
... one which has become a spoiler for any 'transvaluation of values' in politics. It is like a dead-weight on political free thought, unable, in its three-year window of opportunity, to out-flank New Labour with a national welfare model and fully caught in the time warp of the period 1983 to 1992. The Conservative Party has not recognised that sufficient of the electorate did not reject it because of scandal but because the Thatcherite model of society was unbalanced - the collapse of rail, tube, health, educational, cultural and social infrastructure is widely recognised to be the flip-side of right-wing economic revolutionism and New Labour cannot and should not ...
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... only 22, owed considerably less to his somewhat undistinguished war record than it did to the entree into the world of high politics provided by his affairs with a number of well connected married women. His marriage to Lord Curzon's daughter, Cimmie, consolidated his position within the country's governing elite. Impatience for preferment led to his defection from the Conservatives to the Labour Party where he was welcomed with open arms. Both he and his wife became Labour MPs and in 1929 he became a junior minister in the Labour government. Mosley did not allow his membership of the Labour Party to interfere with his playboy life-style, a life-style that included a succession of affairs with ...
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174. Feedback [Lobster #41 (Summer 2001)]
... (boy, was that a crazy interlude!), and I can assure you that most of them do not veer far right politically. Some do. (Thelemic 'philosophy' segues fairly easily into Nietzschean elitism, which can devolve into racism.) But most OTOers are Bohemians who associate the political right with fundamentalist Christians and other cultural conservatives. They also don't worship Satan, or rape children, or deal drugs, or have much money. Some of them do participate in the occasional orgy, but you shouldn't picture anything like that scene in Eyes Wide Shut - an OTO affair is more likely to feature cheap beer and home-made fudge. Anyways, the lady ...
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... our politicians so passive?Which brings me to another of the recurring questions of the past 15 years: why are our politicians so passive in this field? Why do MPs sit on the ISC doing degrading, keep-em-busy, shit-work? Why do MPs take no notice of a 200 million overspend? From a Conservative government we would expect nothing else, of course. The security agencies simply are not on their agenda. The Tories are historically the Queen and country party, after all; they have had institutional links with the security agencies for the past 100 years. And while the Tories accept that in general terms the state is often the problem ...
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... , Wandsworth (a borough Labour lost and where Paul Ekins, now of Green Alliance, ran for the Save London Alliance) and in Westminster. The biggest upset came in Hammersmith and Fulham where the Save London Alliance put up 18 candidates. Their intervention resulted in a split vote in Addison ward, where Labour lost 2 seats to the Conservatives. Because of this the council became hung with the balance of power held by 2 Liberal councillors. After a week's deliberations locally and with their national HQ (and substantial press coverage in The Evening Standard and The Guardian) the Liberals voted to put the Conservatives into power and Labour into opposition. With the skids already under the Callaghan ...
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177. Tittle-tattle: New Labour - old Spooks? [Lobster #42 (Winter 2001/2)]
... to London's liking. It simply suits the US/UK to have the body politic in Fiji permanently divided on racial lines but with an inbuilt native Fijian 'majority'. Given the choice between a multi-racial, socially progressive Labour Party and nuclear interests, there wasn't one. Now why was it that Matrix Chambers chose to represent the conservative interest in this legal conflict? To defend human rights? Can they hack it?An interesting British connection of Kissinger Associates is Hakluyt and Company Ltd, a recently emerged (and striking) example of a semi-commercial relationship between MI6 and the City. Unusually, there have been numerous leaks concerning the company in the British press ...
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... (c ) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 42) Winter 2001/2 Last | Contents | Next Issue 42 Rolling Back Revolution: The Emergence of Low Intensity Conflict Ivan Molloy London: Pluto Press, 2001, 18.99/ 55 In the 1980s the resurgent US military and neo-conservatives were in a bind: faced with a variety of challenges to the American economic empire, the enormous military power they possessed was constrained by PR considerations; American parents who didn't want their children dying abroad (the so-called 'Vietnam syndrome'); and opposition around the world - not to mention the Democrats in Congress trying to tie their ...
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179. Historical Notes: Blair and Gladstone [Lobster #42 (Winter 2001/2)]
... that having secured five loans worth 55 million the Egyptian Treasury only received 35 million after deductions. By 1875, having repaid 29 million of this, the government still owed the banks another 46 million: the public finances were running out of cash. (2 ) At this point alarm bells rang in London and Paris. In 1875 the Conservative administration of Benjamin Disraeli used the crisis to buy the Khedive's shares in the newly built Suez Canal. In 1876 Egypt was forced to accept a new financial regime, known as 'Dual Control'. This put control of Egypt's finances in the hands of British and the French personnel, although the majority were in fact British since they held ...
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180. Confessions of a Crawler [Lobster #42 (Winter 2001/2)]
... although an important one. Certainly Murdoch was outraged at the way the Act excluded him from the ownership of terrestrial television. Nevertheless, it seems to have served a symbolic purpose, making clear that New Labour was prepared to be more accommodating to Murdoch's interests than the Tories. In an incredible turnaround, Labour moved to the right of the Conservatives (not the last time) and announced their opposition to the restrictions. As Virginia Bottomley, the then Heritage Secretary, put it, Labour had 'lurched from paranoid terror of large media groups to sycophantic devotion to them'. (4 ) Blair, however, had succeeded in identifying himself as Murdoch's man. What is interesting about ...
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