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211. Halliburton: Winning the Brown and Root Way [Lobster #47 (Summer 2004)]
... billions worth of government contracts and guaranteed loans while Cheney was CEO. (26) In that period their donations to candidates and parties totalled $1 .2 million, as opposed to the $534,750 in the previous five years. In the UK In 1995, Brown and Root's donations of 16,000 a year to the Conservative Party (presumably making them an honoured member of the Party's 'Team One Thousand' initiative for donors of a 1,000 or more) was not the particular cause of Gordon Brown's ire. (27) In his Daily Record column he wrote: 'A leaked memo from Devonport has revealed that when the dockyard is privatised, the main ...
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212. Our Friends in the North-East [Lobster #47 (Summer 2004)]
... they calculated rightly that it would be centre-right and then calculated wrongly that it would give them a repeat of the relationship that unions enjoyed with the Wilson and Callaghan governments. Quite what they will do now that this is clearly not the case will be interesting. (Presumably their calculation will be that Labour = 55% ok, Conservative = 35% ok....Therefore continue to back Labour ). The curious accidents of geography and history still resonate. The departure of John Edmonds in 2003 meant a leadership election in the GMB. Two candidates emerged from the organisational and political heartlands of the GMB: Kevin Curran (Northern Region, with a background on ...
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213. Terrorism, Anti-Semitism and Dissent [Lobster #47 (Summer 2004)]
... Reagan's from Hollywood days, Wick was a leading figure in the well-financed and aggressive US public diplomacy programme mentioned earlier that was partly directed against the European Left over the siting of a new generation of nuclear missiles. On his London trips between 1981 and 1983 Wick mainly saw senior staff at the BBC and ITN and supporters of the Conservative government and its officials.(7 ) At the time Dunwoody was a shadow health minister and ostensibly a very minor player in Labour politics, so a meeting with such an important US figure is a little surprising. What might make it less so is her Israeli connection. Much of the US public diplomacy programme was run 20 years ...
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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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215. 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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216. 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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217. 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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218. Historical Notes [Lobster #48 (Winter 2004)]
... east European satellite states (known as COMECON), and the Warsaw Pact. By 1949, with Europe divided into two camps and both the USA and the USSR embarked on a nuclear arms race, the Cold War was under way. It might therefore be supposed that Kennan was a supporter of the Vietnam War, of the neo-Conservative revolution in foreign policy which began with Reagan, and maybe even of the recent war against Iraq. In fact since 1950 his has been one of the leading dissident voices in US foreign policy. For over 50 years Kennan has argued that his policy was distorted and transformed into a monster. It was indeed his intention to focus on ...
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219. Iraq [Lobster #48 (Winter 2004)]
... called the "Office of Special Plans". Its job, it was widely reported, was to debrief INC defectors, "cherrypick" this and other intelligence about WMD, and "stovepipe" it direct to Vice-President Dick Cheney, bypassing the intelligence community. The OSP was thought to have been run by ideologically motivated neo-conservatives calling themselves "the cabal". This may not be true. The OSP had nothing to do with producing intelligence. .. . '( emphasis added) (15) RR Oh, really? See, of the many, Hersh (in note 15); the new book by James Bamford, reviewed below; and ...
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220. Our leader [Lobster #48 (Winter 2004)]
... specific historical periods or significant individuals. The picture that emerges of Blair is striking in its variance from much of his public image but not necessarily to his disadvantage. He is a rather more mundane figure than the PR machine would have us believe. Early Blair The PM had no great connection with the Labour Party (his father was a Conservative barrister, widely tipped as likely to get a seat in Parliament before a disabling stroke) and has, arguably, no great connection either with the English or UK way of life, having spent his early childhood in Australia. At university in the 1970s he was a committed Christian and played guitar in a rock band, and ran ...
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