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31. The politics of the organic movement - an overvie [Lobster #56 (Winter 2008/9)]
... the global free-market system. And, to return to our starting-point, Andrew Marr's earth-free history of post-war Britain, it has always reminded those willing to listen that a thriving agriculture and horticulture are essential for national survival. As supplies of oil become increasingly difficult to access, Britain may find it more useful to look to the recent experience of Cuba than to put its faith in the free-market generosity of other countries. The political results of these exigencies remain to be seen in practice.(32) Philip Conford is an Honorary Research Fellow in the Department of History, Reading University, and author of The Origins of the Organic Movement (2001). Notes On 'operative ignorance' ...
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32. Philip Agee, the KGB and us [Lobster #55 (Summer 2008)]
... Agee <pagee@bevconsult.com> Subject: Re: recent allegations Hello, Robin, I remember Lobster very well and am happy that you are continuing to publish it. Concerning Mitrokin (sic), I believe someone sent me a review of the book some months ago that I found in a large pile of mail after three months in Cuba. I read it and put it aside without action as I've done for some years on those kinds of allegations. I used to go through them refuting point by point and then hope that the original publication would publish my reply. But refusals were fairly regular. Finally I decided that it wasn't worth taking the time. On Mitrokin ...
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33. Sources [Lobster #55 (Summer 2008)]
... striking detail at <www.christopherketcham.com>. Who knew? And when? Reporters for Uncle Sam Two substantial critical studies of the group Reporters without Frontiers have appeared recently. Ostensibly concerned with press freedom, it is part funded by the National Endowment for Democracy (bit of a clue there!) and is part of the US attempts to destabilise Cuba and Venezuela. See Salim Lamrani, 'The deceit of Reporters Without Borders',(7) and Michael Barker's 'Media Watchdog as Democracy Manipulator'.(8) PhD student Barker has interesting essays in the National Endowment for Democracy/manipulating-civil-society field on his blog (9 )and at the Global Research site. When it appears, ...
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... What isn't here is anything that hints at how the British secret state developed in the fifties and sixties, how IRD came to circulate (and the rest of Whitehall let it circulate) material about the 'Soviet threat' within the British labour movement; and how this nonsense came to be inserted into the conflict in Northern Ireland( 'Britain's Cuba' as IRD christened it). For that what little hasn't been weeded we will have to wait for the equivalent account of the next ten or fifteen years. Last| Contents| Next ...
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35. Brothers, reviewed [Lobster #54 (Winter 2007/8)]
... generating too many good careers for that to be accepted. Talbot conveys better than any other account I have read the conflict between JFK and those bits of the state, the Pentagon and the CIA, chiefly, which had serious vested interests in the Cold War. The centrepiece of Talbot's account of this conflict with the US military, is Cuba. For the military it was straightforward: the US had the strategic nuclear advantage (the 'missile gap' had been forgotten) and thus could and should invade Cuba. Never mind even pretending to the world that it was a Cuban insurrection the dumb little plan behind the Bay of Pigs invasion. As if the cover story would have ...
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36. A Bush and Botox World, reviewed [Lobster #54 (Winter 2007/8)]
... Landau's views and general knowledge base need another reason to read it (unless you simply enjoy having your prejudices confirmed and applauded). But why am I complaining? How many books get published in the UK in the course of a year which tell the truth about the American Right, American imperialism and the media, present good news about Cuba (which, whatever its faults, has resisted the beast only 90 miles away for 50 years) and are generally on the side of the good guys? Not too many. Maybe I should be celebrating instead of carping; but this collection, though it has some nice moments, and though I agree with most of Landau's sentiments ...
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37. The CIA: A history of torture [Lobster #54 (Winter 2007/8)]
... 'a few hundred CIA employees...signed a petition objecting to American policies in Indochina.' Condor Defeat in Vietnam did not put an end to the Agency's terrorist activities. Instead, their centre of gravity shifted to South America. The CIA had already been involved in covert attempts to assassinate Fidel Castro and overthrow the Communist regime in Cuba(20) and the 1970s saw the CIA sponsoring Operation Condor, a terrorist network of torturers and assassins operating in South America and beyond that was jointly organized by the secret police forces of the Argentinean, Brazilian, Bolivian, Uruguayan, Paraguayan and Chilean dictatorships. Pinochet's regime was the prime instigator. Refugees from all those regimes were ...
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38. Beware the proven lawyer! [Lobster #54 (Winter 2007/8)]
... , just because he wanted to be famous for his deed doesn't necessarily mean he wanted this to happen immediately, thus ensuring his apprehension and likely execution. It is much more reasonable to assume that he wanted to disclose his identity on his own terms and at a time and place he, not the authorities, chose, such as in Cuba or Russia.'(36) So, the idea here, the very special pleading of the attorney from Los Angeles, is that Oswald's plan is to flee the scene of the crime and arrive in Cuba or Russian and then announce he's the assassin? Huh?! Oswald may have shot the president of the United States but ...
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39. Someone would have talked, reviewed [Lobster #53 (Summer 2007)]
... apparent advance knowledge of the plot of John Martino, a minor criminal and anti-Castro activist. He presents a selection of the known and reliable evidence to suggest that the anti-Castro Cubans with organised crime and/or CIA links planned to kill JFK, and leave a dead Oswald framed as a pro-Castro, communist assassin, triggering another US invasion of Cuba and scuppering JFK's plans to do a deal with Castro. This is terribly plausible, a good hypothesis, and Hancock handles the immensely detailed material very well; but the basic problem remains: the trails all peter out as we arrive at Dealey Plaza. In the next section he shows how LBJ, the incoming president, organised the ...
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... ) (11) JFK was trying the same thing as Jimmy Carter: reduce arms expenditure and have a less ruinous competition with the Soviet bloc. Kennedy got killed; and Carter got screwed electorally by an alliance of spooks, the military and their intellectual flunkies who recreated the 'Soviet threat' (Team B, the 'Soviet brigade' on Cuba, etc.). The author's analysis distinguishes him from others who see a neo-con cabal currently running things. He shows them merely fronting and generating rationales for the economic interests of the MIC. He is describing a kind of corporatist state, something vividly illustrated by the Richard Cummings piece on Lockheed, referred to in this issue ( ...
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