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51. The politics of the organic movement - an overvie [Lobster #56 (Winter 2008/9)]
... squires who were involved in establishing the Soil Association. Instead, the argument went, the contemporary organic movement had been created by a group of radical, leftist, alternative anti-urbanites who had rebelled against Eve Balfour and her aristocratic cronies, established the more vigorous and practical organisations, the Organic Growers Association and British Organic Farmers; and staged a coup within the Soil Association which revitalised it and made it more relevant to the late-twentieth century. Some of the leading figures Peter Segger and Dr. Nic Lampkin, for instance were active in CND, and clashed with the Association President Lord O'Hagan, a Conservative MEP. Angela Bates, a Vice President of the Association, who resigned in ...
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52. The Cecil King coup plot [Lobster #55 (Summer 2008)]
... (c) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 55) Summer 2008 Last| Contents| Next Issue 55 The Cecil King coup plot as precursor to Gordon Brown's 'government of all the talents'Roger Cottrell Students of parapolitics are divided as to the seriousness of the Cecil King coup plot of 1968 to establish what he called a 'businessman's government', a permanent coalition government dominated by the right of the Labour Party but with unelected businessmen and security 'experts' also in its ranks. Such a government was also the stated intention of several coup plots in Italy, including the notorious Valerio Borghese plot of 1970, and King shared with Borghese significant links to the CIA.(1) In the ...
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53. Feedback [Lobster #55 (Summer 2008)]
... of the events around the White House just before, during and immediately after the plane strikes, that COG procedures were implemented by Rumsfeld and Cheney on 9/11. How important this is if true I am unable to decide. Since the Pentagon has control of most things which affect its well-being, why would they bother with a formal coup?' As I make abundantly clear in my book (e.g. pp. 225-26, citing the 9/11 Commission Report, pp. 38, 326, and Richard Clarke's Against All Enemies, p. 8) there is no ambiguity: COG measures were implemented around 10 am on September 11. What this meant is more ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 25  -  01 Jun 2008  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue55/lob55-36.htm
54. Lobster Issue 55: Contents [Lobster #55 (Summer 2008)]
... Dark, David Kelly and lessons learned, Sebastian Cody Everything's gone off the rails except the ideology, Anthony Frewin The decadence of our political system, Tim Pendry Children and the Official Secrets Act, Corinne Souza Tittle-tattle, Tom Easton Dismantling Yugoslavia: the biggest of big lies?, Robin Ramsay Mind control update, Robin Ramsay The Cecil King coup plot as precursor to Gordon Brown's 'government of all the talents', Roger Cottrell View from the bridge, Robin Ramsay Agee, the KGB and us, Robin Ramsay All the news that fits, Tom Easton Some reflections on the life, times and politics of Sir James Goldsmith, Simon Matthews Feedback The meaning of the Quiniteq scandal, ...
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... only benign because of a loss of sovereignty to Europe and because of laws passed by the quasi-dictatorship itself. Indeed, the one saving grace of the political liberalism that underpins New Labour is that it has been prepared at least to encourage regulatory and legal (though not democratic) checks on its excesses. And all this has happened because a coup d'etat was mounted, scarcely registered by the wider population, within a secondary part of the total system a political party one that breached the delicate balance of power between local community, competing politicians and national opinion and interest. Yet this 'coup' was not a revolution against sclerosis but against anarchy (the real state of the Labour Party ...
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56. Kiss me on the apocalypse! [Lobster #55 (Summer 2008)]
... debacle of Mugabe's rule in Zimbabwe since 1980.(16) In addition, even if Stirling et al lost their battle to preserve the supremacy of white settler rule in some parts of Africa, it does not follow that Goldsmith, Birley, Rowland and others gave up their strategic and economic interests on the continent. Note that the attempted coup in Equatorial Guinea in 2004 was allegedly funded by Ely Calil, a one time associate of Sir James Goldsmith and Mark Birley, and according to its jailed leader, Simon Mann, also involved Mark Thatcher. We may also reflect on the related issue of immigration, which in the '60s and '70s was mainly from the Commonwealth. Given ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 11  -  01 Jun 2008  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue55/lob55-32.htm
... have stuck in Grade's memory. After Dark's ground rules absolutely live broadcasting (no editing or delay) and open-ended intimate discussion meant that what the guests said was uncensorable. This led to a serious row in September 1988 when we considered inviting Gerry Adams on to the programme. Adams had apparently agreed to what was at the time quite a coup: he would sit down with sworn political enemies. One of our team, seeking advice on how best to construct a balanced group of discussants, asked a previous guest, the 'terrorism expert' Professor Paul Wilkinson of Aberdeen University. All hell broke loose as Wilkinson decided to go public. He attacked the proposal to have Adams on ...
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58. Legacy of Ashes, reviewed [Lobster #54 (Winter 2007/8)]
... nothing to do with the slaughter in Indonesia in 1965. Nonetheless, as Blum concedes, it is an interesting book. It is also a strikingly critical book. Weiner presents variations on themes of brutality and incompetence. In this version, the CIA was never any good, even in its early years. Even its early successes, the coups it ran in Iran and Guatemala, were close-run things, with the Agency and its allies/proxies more or less staggering over the finishing line, just ahead of chaos and failure; and its ability to generate intelligence on its targets, especially the Soviet Union, was virtually nil. Weiner also shows the Agency always lied to the ...
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59. Brothers, reviewed [Lobster #54 (Winter 2007/8)]
... very small majority obtained in a bent election, JFK was a pinko 'yankee', facing and during the Bay of Pigs and the Cuban missile crisis, facing down the 'cowboy' leadership of the world's most powerful military and intelligence forces. I had not previously grasped how much the Kennedys and their staffs talked about the possibility of a military coup being run against them and how much of the time the Kennedys used back channels to circumvent bureaucracies they didn't trust. Talbot answers the question, Why didn't Robert do more about his brother's death? He shows that the Kennedy's entourage did make a number of discreet and, as far as we know, unsuccessful efforts to find out what ...
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60. The CIA: A history of torture [Lobster #54 (Winter 2007/8)]
... , law and order Home Secretary such as John Reid, arrested and expelled from the country, but are instead welcome guests, mixing freely with both New Labour and Conservative politicians as well as maintaining an intimate relationship with Britain's own security services.(3) The CIA's role in the overthrow of governments is well-known, beginning with the 1953 coup in Iran and the 1954 coup in Guatemala. Since then the organisation has been involved in coups in South Vietnam in 1963, in Brazil in 1964, in Indonesia in 1965, in Greece in 1967, in Chile in 1973( 'the other 9/11') and elsewhere. All of these involved the establishment of right-wing ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 26  -  01 Dec 2007  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue54/lob54-09.htm
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