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31. The attack on the USS Liberty [Lobster #45 (Summer 2003)]
... thoroughly by the British film-maker Chris Mitchell, whose documentary on the subject was broadcast, without a whisper of publicity, on 10 June 2002, on BBC4, repeated in May 2003 and, most recently, on BBC2, on 4 June 2003. Mitchell's long, detailed study suggests that the attack was an attempt by the Israelis to get Egypt blamed for it in the hope of dragging the US into the war on the Israeli side. The subject arose on the Website of American neo-con Daniel Pipes< http://www.danielpipes.org/ comments /4147> which carried the following comments by a retired journalist, David Smith. 'Mr. Pipes says of the Israeli attack on the ...
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32. PR, Iraq and 'the allies' [Lobster #45 (Summer 2003)]
... else. (17) To survive, Hollywood needs the overseas market; it is only belatedly tackling the power of cultural differences and their effect on global enterprise. 'If you take the main Asian markets- Japan, India, China- and their derivatives- Indonesia, Bangla- desh, Pakistan, the Arab countries, East Africa, Egypt, Iran, Morocco- you have 80% of the world's population.'(18) Much of this audience is aged under 30 and the marketing world believes we have made most of our life decisions on brands by the time we are 35 after which we are resistant to trying something new. The majority of these under-30s do ...
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33. How many divisions does the Pope have? [Lobster #44 (Winter 2002)]
... this strategy can be found in the movements of, and close relationship between, Otto Skorzeny and Hjalmar Schacht. (10) In July 1951 Schacht, (11) only just cleared by the last of a series of denazification trials and appeals, was invited by President Sukarno to overhaul the finances of Indonesia. He travelled to Djakarta via Egypt. Here he met privately with the army officers who would later overthrow King Farouk. He also stopped in India, which he visited at the suggestion of Nehru. At this point the Korean war was expected to escalate into a general east-west conflict, an alarming prospect for nations such as India and Indonesia. Both were governed by nationalistic ...
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34. Feedback [Lobster #44 (Winter 2002)]
... cronies Blair and Hoon will ever understand today about the more explicit American oil intrigues from the Balkans to the northern Asian sub-continent basin. So the very same same Gladstone administration that Newton indicts for hypocrisy, in fact initially resisted for almost two years Bradford Liberal MP, former education minister William Forster who wanted 'gunboats' and outright 'annexation' of Egypt. Radical leader John Bright was openly allowed to critique the whole bloody 'Protectorate' acquisition to the poignant point of his own permanent resignation from both cabinet and the Liberal leadership of a party he had once helped to found. Unlike today's Afghanistan, Gladstone knew when to stop. Newton leaves out of his account the Gladstone administration's refusal to ...
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35. Spook PR [Lobster #44 (Winter 2002)]
... including sub-Saharan Africa, in most indices of progress and development. It is hardly a wonder that in, for example, Saudi Arabia, al-Qaida has grotesquely managed to unite liberals and fundamentalists alike against a corrupt Saudi government nurtured by America; or, in seeming contradiction, harnessed the pan-Arab (secular) nationalism once championed by President Nasser of Egypt- one of the best PR-men the Middle East has ever produced. America could still have responded in T-shirt terms, and used it as shorthand for much else. To have done so, however, would have required US executive self-knowledge, lack of which has cost the American people and millions of others, dear. Had, however ...
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36. Historical Notes: Blair and Gladstone [Lobster #42 (Winter 2001/2)]
... Balkans) and worked for Irish Home Rule. He has been seen as a forerunner of Woodrow Wilson, whose crusade for national self-determination inspired millions at the end of World War One, and as one of the founders of liberalism. So how can he have been an imperialist? The charge rests to a large extent on Gladstone's policy towards Egypt in 1882. Here the great liberal ended up presiding over a colonial adventure by which Egypt was turned from an autonomous province of the Ottoman Empire into a British 'Protectorate'' The 1882 crisis was rooted in Egypt's financial relationship with Britain and France, whose financial sectors had lent the country significant sums of money. (1) This ...
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... Conservative government wish to damage a figure, who it later emerged, had given some £400,000 in contributions to the Conservative Party? However, these objections leave out of account events on the contemporary domestic British political scene. In the beginning The origins of the contemporary political situation in Cyprus lie not in the island itself but in Egypt in the early fifties. Following the election there in 1950 of the Wafd movement on an anti-British ticket, the new prime minister, Nahas Pasha, opposed the Anglo-Egyptian Treaty which had previously secured Britain exclusive control of the Suez Canal. This threat to the main trade route to the Far East and the main passage through which oil reached ...
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... Die Spinne- the underground rail-road that obtained forged documents and plastic surgery for war criminals and others requiring safe-havens in South America and the Middle East. As the proprietor of a de facto intelligence agency with connections throughout the world, Skorzeny made millions as a consultant to countries and organizations whose politics were compatible with his own (e.g. Nasser's Egypt and the Secret Army Organization in Algiers). Train-robber Buster Edwards and his wife gave Read (and me) a detailed description- names, dates and places- of how Die Spinne had smuggled him from England to Germany to Mexico.(62) A woman named 'Hannah Schmid',(63) whose father had served with ...
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... of food and raw materials, led Britain to accumulate a mounting debt with traditional suppliers such as Argentina, and above all with the countries using sterling as an international trading and reserve currency, otherwise known as the sterling area, and confined for the most part to the Commonwealth and Empire (exceptions were Canada, outside the bloc, and Egypt, Iraq, Iceland and the Faroe Islands, inside it). The overall indebtedness reached £3 ,355 million at the end of the war as Britain's sterling creditors took IOUs in the form of balances held in London.(14) Exchange controls and sterling balances could not prevent the reserves sinking below danger level during 1941 and ...
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40. The 1953 Coup in Iran: an Iranian insider's view [Lobster #35 (Summer 1998)]
... to Geneva where he did nothing except waste huge sums of public money on his own pleasure.......The Egyptian coup of 1952 was the beginning of a closer cooperation between the intelligence services of the UK and USA in direct interference in the politics of that region. After their first victory in November 1952, in Egypt, the two services realised that their combined efforts would produce results: hence it was followed by the Iranian coup. Contrary to the CIA's propaganda the Iranian coup was not an American operation but a joint MI6-CIA operation. Last| Contents| Next ...
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