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... been the former, connected to centres of power within the Treasury, Bank of England and the City, which has made the deeper impression on the history of modern Britain. (3 ) Porter seems to be unaware of the literature concerning the role of what has been called the 'core institutional nexus'. So he can argue that the Conservative Party's right turn in the 1970s was a function of disappearing paternalism, a product in turn of decolonisation. This very sweeping post hoc ergo propter hoc argument is based on the highly individual career of Enoch Powell, an imperialist who turned to the free market when he realised India could not be reconquered. But would it not have been ...
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302. The View from the Bridge [Lobster #28 (Dec 1994)]
... ) ran stories on the use of British troops for LSD testing. The Times told its readers that this had just been officially confirmed. Except the story - and the confirmation - had appeared in Lobster 26 almost a year before (and both newspapers have subscribers to Lobster). .. .. .. .. .. Revolutionary Conservatives? In Lobster 27 , p. 5, there was a brief piece about the Revolutionary Conservatives. Esquire's British edition for July/August contained a three page article by the Guardian's Francis Wheen about the RC's Messers Millson and Bowden, as well as fellow-travellers Smith and Lauder-Frost, charting their journey from the now defunct ...
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303. Letter from America [Lobster #28 (Dec 1994)]
... (c ) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 28) December 1994 Last | Contents | Next Issue 28 Letter from America Martin Cannon Compromised Reporting Taking its cue from a powerful network of far-right radio commentators, the American press insists on noting only those financial scandals which don't sully ultra-conservative politicians. Of either party. For example: Rush Limbaugh, who has become the Republican Party's Goebbels, loudly applauded Clinton's appointment of Treasury Secretary Lloyd Bentsen, an appalling Texas (Democrat) senator who strongly supported the Nicaraguan contras. This seal of approval may explain why Radio Right, in its fury to denounce the Waco debacle, refused to ...
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304. Searchlight yet again [Lobster #28 (Dec 1994)]
... (Germany), Ewald Althan's address (Germany); 8/92 Mosleyites; 9/92 Birmingham Aryan Resistance Movement (ARM), Newark BNP, HRP, NMI (Norway), address for the Rudolph Hess March (Germany); 10/92 International Third Position; 11/92 Third Way; 1/93 Revolutionary Conservative Caucus, BNP HQ; 3/93 BNP HQ, John Tyndall's address, Skrewdriver Services; 4/93 Croydon BNP, Combat 18 (via USA); 5/93 'Last Chance', 'Thor-Would, American Front (USA), Front Nationale (France); 6/93 ARM, AWB (South Africa ...
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... in Leeds, the then leader of the ILP. He agreed with me about the authorship. The article listed him as 'a Senior Lecturer at Leeds Polytechnic and at various times a Communist Party member, Ban-the-Bomber and Rank and File shop steward. ' It omitted to say that he had also been a member of the Conservative Party at one stage in a rather varied career. The balloon goes up On February 20, 1985, Channel 4 banned a 20/20 Vision documentary programme and the balloon went up when,the following day, the newspapers printed the accusations contained within it. The Guardian of February 21, 1985, printed a full account of ...
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306. Spies at Work (Book review) [Lobster #28 (Dec 1994)]
... Occasionally another grouping, the'Radical Right', (sometimes the radical right, without the capital letters) emerges in his text. These appear to be the same people. Take this section on page 108: 'The unexpected breakthrough for the long-beleaguered diehards came with the recruitment of Keith Joseph to their cause. Immediately after the Conservatives' first electoral defeat of 1974 Joseph, a senior shadow cabinet minister, had broken ranks and started to openly criticise the social democratic consensus. Over the following year Joseph and Margaret Thatcher, a junior shadow cabinet colleague, became increasingly vocal supporters of the Economic League's old fashioned and radical brand of unrepentant laissez faire capitalism... ...
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... annually, offering half a page as a 'round-up' of some they know about. Little of this reaches the major media. MI5 has fabricated'threats'. As Cathy Massiter revealed, given the absence of a real subversive threat in CND which would provide a legitimate excuse for penetration and surveillance, and unwilling to tell this to its Conservative political masters, MI5 did simply fabricate a communist/subversive role CND didn't deserve. However, assuming that MI5 will simply fabricate a 'new threat' to keep themselves in work, underestimates MI5, as well as skipping over some quite tricky structural problems faced by any such agency, however well (or ill) motivated. Ambition We ...
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... nevertheless one which allowed it to operate within missile range of Argentina. Because of the significance of this deployment, it is worth saying a little about the nature of these leaks as the story has been subject to some ridicule by some sectors of the defence establishment. Tam Dalyell's initial source, shortly after the Falklands War, was a senior Conservative back-bench MP with an interest in defence matters and close links with the Ministry of Defence, and who later held ministerial office. Tam later had it confirmed to him by a senior officer in the Polaris fleet who retired after the Falklands War. I was similarly informed by a retired senior Ministry of Defence civil servant and I ...
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309. The Searchlight saga continued [Lobster #27 (Jun 1994)]
... as 'at the centre of attempts to destabilise Searchlight's intelligence gathering capacity..... [and].... appears to have the disruption of the anti-fascist movement in Britain and parts of western Europe as his goal. ' (p . 13) What, all on his ownsome? Yes, it's the Revolutionary Conservatives....One of the irritating things about the British left in general is the casual and generally inaccurate way the terms nazi, neo-nazi and fascist are chucked around. (This reached some kind of peak of absurdity in the Midwinter '93 edition of Casablanca in which the Libertarian Alliance was described as 'anarcho-fascist' ...
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... Contents | Next Issue 27 Mrs Thatcher, North Sea oil and the hegemony of the City Robin Ramsay Introduction I began writing this in the early 1980s. If you were then reading the Guardian or the Observer, and knew a little, simple economics, it didn't take genius to notice that while the UK's manufacturing economy was being decimated by Conservative Party economic policy, the City of London was booming. More interestingly, and less frequently commented on, the UK economy as a whole was becoming self-sufficient in oil, without apparently gaining anything from it. Ah-ha, I thought, I smell a big rip-off. I wonder how it's being done? ...
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