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191. The Rise of Political Lying [Lobster #49 (Summer 2005)]
... the biggest post-war domestic lie, Heath's claim that the EEC was merely a free trade area, and the events of the 1973-77 period (whose effects were still felt in the 1980s) when the Tory right, briefed by a section of the British spooks, believed that the Labour Party and the unions were a Communist conspiracy and were thus 'a legitimate target'. Oborne's idea of 'political' simply does not encompass activities by the state, let alone the secret state. In one sense the new media-political relationships that have accompanied New Labour were going to happen any way as the media and PR grew in importance. New Labour's encounter with Bill Clinton's ...
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... patriotism to be erected in place of Christianity as a 'state' religion in schools; others are more predictable: the Puritan immigrants, and all that. All this is fascinating. The book is also worth reading as a powerful moral indictment of American capitalism and foreign policy more generally. On '9/11' it even hints at a conspiracy. (The administration may have known it was coming but let it happen to give them the excuse to attack Iraq. It was all part of the Great Tribulation, after all.) So you can skip the theology, and still learn a lot. The influence of this kind of religion in America seems to have taken many ...
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... 6 ). However, if, as Copsey claims, Tyndall is a Nazi, why exactly did the British Movement or, even better, the archetypal Nazis, Combat 18, differ from him so? Copsey's treatment of the BNP C18 struggle describes conflict but does not ideologically explain it and ends weakly by advancing a version of the Searchlight conspiracy theory (pp. 65-68), that C-18's Charlie Sargent was a Special Branch asset. ( [4 ] ) Tyndall, however, is yesterday's man, and the ideology of the BNP under Nick Griffin deserves most current attention. Copsey's understanding is hindered by his use of the flawed model/definition advanced by ...
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... (! ) is playing to packed cinemas........ its success reflects disenchantment with Hollywood's depiction of Russians as villains... '. Sunday Times 16 January 2005. [23] The Vatican believes the book to be a 'response' to the success of the Mel Gibson movie. (The Vatican loves conspiracies.) Note the language used: 'We are clearly facing a formidable distribution stratagem here'. (Archbishop of Genoa, The Times, 15 March 2005.) [24] 'Seduction' has always played its part in religion and secular politics. An example of the latter was the promise (now imploded) that all Americans could ...
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195. Paranoia is what the other guy has [Lobster #48 (Winter 2004)]
... (c ) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 48) Winter 2004 Last | Contents | Next Issue 48 Paranoia is what the other guy has Dan Hind The discussion of conspiracy in the mainstream media tends towards a very specific formula. The writer first notes with shock and disappointment the growing popularity of conspiracy theories and then goes on to provide explanations for this new popularity. This explanation almost always assumes that these theories about the 'true' nature of social reality exist to satisfy some psychological need in their audience. Perhaps in the absence of religion we have only our paranoia for comfort. Or perhaps fundamentalist religion encourages a conspiratorial world-view complete with ...
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... (c ) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 48) Winter 2004 Last | Contents | Next Issue 48 The 80 Greatest Conspiracies of all Time Jonathan Vankin and John Whalen New York: Citadell; 2004; distributed in the UK by Turnaround (www.turnaround-uk.com); p/b , 13.99 The latest edition of the Vankin-Whalen book, all 700 pages of it. The previous version was 'The 70 greatest... ' and the authors haven't bothered to write a new introduction which still refers to 70. If you haven't seen one of these compendiums, it is pretty much as you would expect ...
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197. Our American problem [Lobster #48 (Winter 2004)]
... inflict all manner of 'PC' notions on them, and persecute America's current heroes, like Bill Gates (that cruel anti-trust action) and (even) Ken Lay. Criticism from this kind of quarter is worse than water off a duck's back. It toughens the feathers, confirms the poor Kansans in their prejudices. A vast conspiracy One of those prejudices is that there is a vast conspiracy at work against them, composed of those self-same liberals, backed by dark agencies unknown. This aspect of their mind-set may be crucial. Conspiracies are not just rival ideologies. They have more power than that. By their (secret) nature, they ...
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198. A vote in the can is worth two for George Bush [Lobster #48 (Winter 2004)]
... meet here today. It is love of power for its own sake that is the original sin of this presidency. ' But Bush campaign spokesman Steve Schmidt exhibited the discreet charm of the right-winger when he commented that: 'Al Gore seems intent on shattering whatever minuscule credibility he has left with baseless, mean-spirited personal attacks and conspiracy theories. ' Florida again Since we've already invoked the spirit of Florida 2000, let's start with what happened there. Florida excelled itself, this time getting into the swing of things before the election had even started. An early-voting woman in Palm Beach County visited a site in West Boca, but realised the touch-screen ...
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199. Iraq [Lobster #48 (Winter 2004)]
... of the CIA and the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, Colin Powell, used the now notorious 'uranium from Niger' scam based on crudely forged documents (6 ) to get support for the war from the Senate Foreign Relations Committee and thus ensure that the President got a mandate from Congress for the attack on Iraq. The moment of conspiracy In Britain, at the 11th hour very senior MI6 and Defence Intelligence Staff (DIS) used a human source who claimed falsely, of course that Iraq had been developing chemical and biological warfare capacities. But to use this new 'source's' intelligence in this way, the expert in the field, Dr Brian Jones, of the Defence ...
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200. Re: [Lobster #48 (Winter 2004)]
... Century, 2004), deserves a wide audience despite its unappealing title. Cohen, a psychologist and documentary filmmaker (he made Channel 5's Diana: the Night She Died), approaches the circumstances of the crash with a refreshing objectivity, calmly and methodically examining what may or may not have happened that night. Demolishing many of the wilder conspiracy theories, if Cohen has an accusatory finger to wag it would seem to be pointing in the direction of James Andanson, the celebrity photographer who also died a mysterious death, allegedly burning himself alive in his car. Andanson was almost certainly driving the white Fiat seen speeding away from the Alma Tunnel as Diana's car skidded and crashed. ...
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