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281. The view from the bridge [Lobster #43 (Summer 2002)]
... using the sexier al-Qaeda hook, is fronted by a person with an intelligence gloss, and this one sticks. Think this will make the BBC more cautious about stories with FCO or SIS on them? Then the Sunday Telegraph had to apologise to the son of Colonel Gadafi whom it had accused in 1995 of being involved in a conspiracy to flood Iran with counterfeit money. This was a whiz-bang from those ingenious people at SIS, given to Con Coughlin then the Sunday Telegraph's man in Whitehall, at that time the paper's chief foreign correspondent. (6 ) The Telegraph made pathetic attempts to pretend it didn't know the provenance of the story. Do SIS pay ...
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282. Obituaries [Lobster #43 (Summer 2002)]
... because he was secretive and he didn't know what Young's objectives were. L. Fletcher Prouty died on 5 June 2001. Most of the obits noted that Prouty had served as the model for 'Mr. X', the character played by Donald Sutherland in the most risible scene in Oliver Stone's JFK. Although he was occasionally inclined to unsupported conspiracy theorising towards the end of his life, Prouty was the author of one of the best books about the CIA, The Secret Team. A senior military officer with years of experience liaising with the CIA for the Pentagon, Prouty wrote a full-bore assault on the Agency. It was a major piece of whistle-blowing as ...
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283. How to Fix an Election [Lobster #43 (Summer 2002)]
... London: Vision, 1998, pp.19-20). Perhaps it should be pointed out here, for the benefit of those who see the intelligence agencies as a possible threat to democracy, that a 1999 investigation by the Home Office's chief historian found that in the case of the Zinoviev letter affair there was 'no evidence of a conspiracy in the institutional sense. ' That is to say, MI6 as an organisation hadn't perverted the course of the election - a coterie of like-minded MI6 officers and Tory party workers had taken matters into their own hands. 13 Stephen Dorril and Robin Ramsay: Smear! Wilson and the Secret State (London: Fourth Estate, ...
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284. Parafinance: Enron and drilling for red ink [Lobster #43 (Summer 2002)]
... SEC is not enforced and the firm can escape censure by paying damages without accepting any wrongdoing on its part - the usual result - the state authority has to build its case from scratch. (22) It rarely has either the resources or information to do this. This applies also to groups of individuals tempted to sue for negligence or conspiracy. The AICPA rarely disciplines its members. (23) It is a trade association rather than a disciplinary body, interested in protecting the interests of its members rather than the public. It has fought any attempt by the SEC to further regulate the profession. The profession gains further protection from the fact that even the largest global accountancy ...
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285. 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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287. 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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288. 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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... .co.uk (Issue 45) Summer 2003 Last | Contents | Next Issue 45 An Act of State: The Execution of Martin Luther King William Pepper London: Verso, 2003, 17, h/b William Pepper has solved the King assassination. He hasn't quite got enough to name the shooter but he has laid bare the conspiracy. It has taken him 20 years. Is there a comparable piece of research by an individual? I cannot think of one. Some of this material was presented in greater detail in Pepper's first book on the case, Orders to Kill (reviewed in Lobster 32 ). This new account briefly reruns that and adds much new information ...
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