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... no evidence. It is likely that the US state would have killed Malcolm - it killed many Panthers and King - but the evidence suggests that it was just the Black Muslims removing a threat to the franchise. Robert Kennedy's killing gets essays by Lisa Pease and James di Eugenio, Probe's main writers/editors/producers, which describe the conspiracy case as well as I have seen it done and concludes with a brilliant assault by DiEugenio on the Dan Moldea book on the case which made me realise how little I know. DiEugenio is very good indeed at this kind of detailed analysis and does the same thing here to Seymour Hersh's The Dark Side of Camelot. The most striking ...
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232. The View from the Bridge [Lobster #45 (Summer 2003)]
... : they packed the A and E units with temporary extra staff. See < http://society.guardian.co.uk /nhsperformance >. Or was it something else? Was the week's notice not an invitation from the inspectors to the hospital managers to do this? Was the whole procedure, in effect, not a conspiracy between the inspectors and the managers to produce the 'good results' desired by the government? Notes 1 Marie Woolf, 'Britain tells America how to avoid "friendly fire" ', The Independent, 5 March 2003. 2 < http://cryptome.org/pl-f16-fix.htm > Last | Contents | ...
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233. Lying about Iraq [Lobster #45 (Summer 2003)]
... to pretend that victory was in sight. ' (42) Nixon-Kissinger In the early 1970s Henry Kissinger was trying to create a parallel intelligence system and state department under his control at the National Security Council to by-pass both State and the CIA. If the Watergate affair was, as some believe, an anti-Nixon conspiracy by the CIA, in my view this is a good candidate for the reason behind it; it was aimed at undermining Kissinger by undermining Nixon. One of the Watergate 'plumbers', former senior CIA officer James McCord, told the Senate Watergate Committee how in 1972: 'It appeared to me that the White House had for some time ...
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234. New Labour Notes [Lobster #44 (Winter 2002)]
... of Hartwell House in Buckinghamshire', as per June Times report, but at Brocket Hall in Hertfordshire, and 'in the evening, the gathering moved to Ascott House, de Rothschild's home in Buckinghamshire, for a seated banquet for 100'. Just imagine how this Clinton-Mandelson-Rothschild link is going to be treated by certain American conspiracy theorists! Lobbying news The Labour government's bizarre decision to follow America down the casinos-are-good-for-you route (See Lobster 43 p. 33 ) was the result of lobbying by a firm called Good Relations whose members include David Hill, some time Labour chief press officer, Penny Chobham, the partner of former ...
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... commentators, dissidents and academics peels back consensus reality and shows us what's really happening. ' Well, there certainly are some interesting stories and viewpoints that are not given much, if any, major media exposure; but 'what's really happening' is a dumb slogan. It is an interesting group: from Robert Sterling and Jonathan Vankin on the conspiracy theory-for-the-hell-of-it wing to Howard Zinn via William Blum, to the famous critic of psychiatry, Thomas Szasz, critics of globalisation Noreena Hertz and Greg Palast - Palast gets the opening essay - and Arianna Huffington attacking the pharmaceutical industry. That Huffington? Yes, the erstwhile Mrs Bernard Levin. ...
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236. Double Fold: Libraries and the Assault on Paper [Lobster #44 (Winter 2002)]
... worked for Allen Dulles in the 1950s, and so on, with many other instances given. Baker also hints at vested interests: Stuart Lynn, who was a member of the Commission on Preservation and Access which recommended scanning and discarding, was on Xerox's advisory panel at the time. It is difficult, nevertheless, to discern an actual conspiracy at work in the story, though this may in part be owing to the book's lack of a clear chronological structure. Rather, one gains the impression of administrators who dislike material objects, consider simple solutions unglamorous, and compensate for their humdrum bureaucratic life by working with new technology and large sums of money. One of Patricia Battin's ...
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237. Web update [Lobster #44 (Winter 2002)]
... not claim a public interest defence, or a defence of necessity, to charges under the OSA 1989. Times law report http://cryptome.org/hmg-v -shayler3.htm Free Samar and Jawad http://www.freesaj.org.uk Samar Alami and Jawad Botmeh were convicted in Dec 1996 of conspiracy in relation to the 1994 London bombings of the Israeli Embassy and Balfour House and both were sentenced to 20 years. 'Freedom and Justice for Samar and Jawad is determined to fight this miscarriage of justice by explaining why it is believed that Samar and Jawad are innocent of these charges... ' Much relevant evidence was withheld at their ...
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... , a Guardian journalist, are politically both on the centre-left. Although at opposite ends of the spectrum on the issue of Europe, they agree about the subterfuge infusing Britain's relationship with Europe. Young concedes that at best, Britain's relationship with Europe witnessed high political misjudgement, and at worst, involved not just a plot but a conspiracy; integration was accomplished only by deception.36 Likewise, Shore charged that on the issue of Europe, deception has been practised by successive governments on a scale, and over a prolonged period of time, without precedent in our modern history. 37 Shore identified two major problems with the EU project, its ambiguity and a momentum for ...
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239. Feedback [Lobster #43 (Summer 2002)]
... never pursued how high up knowledge of these events went. Over the years Chomsky and I have produced a great deal of evidence that the propaganda model and comparative method work well, on domestic as well as foreign policy issues (some discussed in a just-issued revised edition of Manufacturing Consent). I have even discussed its application to conspiracy theories, some the media treating as legitimate (the alleged KGB plot to murder the Pope in 1981), others dismissed as mere 'conspiracy theories' (the assassination of John F. Kennedy), according to political criteria easy to understand in our framework. Edwards doesn't know about this -- or about anything. In short, ...
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240. Princess Diana: the Hidden Evidence (Book Review) [Lobster #43 (Summer 2002)]
... and its aftermath, this is a reasonably plausible hypothesis; and, although much of their account is taken from existing sources, the authors have also made efforts to interview various experts. (5 ) Unfortunately, the remainder of the book enters into the realms of bizarre speculation, with sections headed 'Agencies of Masonic Government' and 'The Bloodline Conspiracy'. The main thesis is that Diana was killed because she was being groomed as the figurehead of a campaign to usurp the House of Windsor (apparently a front for the Masonic style of government imposed when the Hanoverians were offered and took the throne) and restore the purer Judaic-Merovingian-Stuart dynasty. (6 ) Diana's ...
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