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311. JFK: Oswald? Which one? [Lobster #47 (Summer 2004)]
... , he has many of them all saying roughly the same thing; can they all be mistaken? (3 ) There is one other recent version of these events which places Oswald on the 6th floor, the confession of Loy Factor in The Men on the Sixth Floor.(4 ) Factor also places Ruby and Oswald together in the conspiracy. Factor claimed to have been a member of the conspiracy, recruited as a marksman by a man he called 'Wallace'. He identified his 'Wallace' as Malcolm Wallace nearly a decade before the unidentified print found on the famous sixth floor was apparently identified in 1998 as that of Malcolm Wallace. (5 )But should we believe ...
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312. A Very British Jihad (Book Review) [Lobster #47 (Summer 2004)]
... (c ) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 47) Summer 2004 Last | Contents | Next Issue 47 A Very British Jihad: Collusion, conspiracy and cover-up in Northern Ireland Paul Larkin Belfast: Beyond the Pale, 2004, 10.99 p/back <www.btpale.com/> Larkin was an investigative journalist and producer for the BBC in Northern Ireland and this book is based round the TV programmes he made there about the paramilitaries and the British state in the late 1980s and mid 1990s. Basing the book round TV investigations is mostly good news: since TV journalists in this kind of field have to undergo much ...
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313. The view from the Bridge [Lobster #47 (Summer 2004)]
... the document which shows that the decision-making process on intercepting hijacked airliners had been changed in 2001 and it was no longer a decision taken by NORAD but by the Defense Secretary. In other words, Secretary of Defense Rumsfeld had to personally approve any action. (7 ) These items alone make the case of the 9-11 conspiracy theorists look plausible. On the World Socialist Web site, Patrick Martin concludes that the evidence suggests that the Bush administration was expecting al Qaeda to hijack planes and decided to let it happen to provide the pretext for its 'warn on terrorism' in general and the planned assault on Afghanistan in particular. (8 ) This seems to explain ...
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... plus overseas military bases? The trick has been to generate enemies 'threatening' America. But I don't need to go there: Gore Vidal, most elegantly, and many others, have done it already and better than I could. (5 ) For the most part the author sticks to what is known but occasionally cannot resist a good conspiracy theory. He tells us, for example, on p. 71: '1969-72 The CIA, with apparent DOD co-operation, undertakes a super secret domestic operation to "neutralize" America's already acid-drenched "counterculture" of dissident white youth by rendering it "psychologically dysfunctional". The means employed is a flood ...
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315. Halliburton: Winning the Brown and Root Way [Lobster #47 (Summer 2004)]
... to an out of court settlement of $2 million 'to avoid further litigation'. In a prepared statement, the company said: 'It expects to continue its work as a major contractor to the United States government in numerous projects. ' Even though Halliburton settled out of court, Cheney's spokeswoman Juleanna Weiss saw it as a different kind of conspiracy altogether, saying, 'The voters are bound to question the timing of this investigation. The timing is suspicious, given the Clinton-Gore administration's proclivity to manipulate the Justice Department for their own political well-being. ' (16) Campbell's whistleblowing was not entirely in vain. But such cost overruns, or 'capturing the budget' ...
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316. Our Friends in the North-East [Lobster #47 (Summer 2004)]
... cabinet colleagues, Jack Cunningham was responsible for co-ordinating and presenting government business, and Clive Soley was Chair of the Parliamentary Labour Party with the job of interviewing and vetting all new applicants for the Labour Party Parliamentary Panel.This was an extremely significant grouping exercising great power in contemporary Britain. But is this organised? Is it a conspiracy? The firm way in which some GMB-endorsed candidates have slotted into various seats in the North East Hilary Armstrong, Nick Brown, Doug Henderson, Kevan Jones etc would indicate that it is. On the other hand the steps that led to Blair getting Sedgefield cast doubt on this. In 1970 Sedgefield elected David Reed, a ...
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317. 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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319. 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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320. 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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