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... to do with the PR still being a CIA operation, which is why no one will write about it as an ongoing operation, according to CIA policy. There is, in sum, considerable denial in the world of American letters, and as they say at A.A ., I'm told, 'denial is not a river in Egypt'. George Plimpton ultimately knew the difference between the light and the darkness, which is why, before he died, he named Barney Rosset of Grove Press, as the first recipient of the Paris Review Hadada, a bronze statuette of a bird, as 'an editor, publisher or writer who has distinguished themselves in furthering the cause ...
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32. Confessions of an Economic Hitman [Lobster #49 (Summer 2005)]
... , engineering, and law school schools, or had followed the lead of bosses in my mould, who demonstrated the system by their own greedy example through rewards and punishments calculated to perpetuate it. ' (p . 204) Notes [12] This was also a feature of the British empire. Scott Newton refers to this happening in Egypt. See his Historical Notes in Lobster 42 , p. 27. [13] http://dominionpaper.ca/labour/2004/12/19/confession.html [14] See, for example, Cheryl Payer, The Debt Trap (Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1974) Last | Contents | Next ...
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33. Beyond 'The Da Vinci Code' [Lobster #49 (Summer 2005)]
... ) who might put up a bit of a fight will now just be by-passed, contained or left at the subversion stage until nature takes its course with the current dictator. We do not know, at this stage, who is on the list and who is not. If Saudi Arabia is not on the watch list, Egypt is being pressured to get off it by putting in some rules for its presidential elections that show at least a willingness to accept the principle of rule of law. Intense political discussion will surround countries such as Venezuela but Syria has clearly been marked out for subversive activity. This is clearly a case where a column can be ended: ...
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34. Historical Notes [Lobster #48 (Winter 2004)]
... their own deterrents would give them the diplomatic influence to counter the possibility that the US and the UK would be prepared to threaten the obliteration of western Europe in the event of escalating tension between the West and the Soviet bloc. The second factor was the Suez crisis. The failure of the USA to support the Anglo-French invasion of Egypt led to different reactions in London and Paris. The British determined never again to fall out of step with Washington on strategic issues. The French however felt betrayed and decided that they could not rely on the US to defend European perceptions of self-interest in any circumstances. Would France and Germany slump to the status of the third ...
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35. Bean counters and empire [Lobster #46 (Winter 2003)]
... same time. The bowing of Eden at al to US instructions backed with threats to cause financial chaos to the Sterling area to stop the fighting is not recorded. Yet surely this is the essential prism through which to view this debacle? One is struck when reading this episode that the UK political leadership could clearly have continued the fighting in Egypt for long enough to have secured complete control of the Suez Canal (another 24, maybe 36 hours) and then have told the US that they would run it in future in a manner similar to the way the US operated the Panama Canal, the jurisdiction and operation of which was not, apparently, open for debate within the ...
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36. Historical Notes [Lobster #46 (Winter 2003)]
... bombers and B1s. The Americans were supported by a sizeable British presence which included the aircraft carrier the Invincible, 50 Tornado ground-attack planes and special forces.(1 ) The robust Anglo-American position was not shared by others: there was to be no reemergence of the 1991 anti-Iraq coalition. Within the middle east Egypt dissented and Saudi Arabia made it clear that it would not provide a base for US troops in action against Iraq. The Russians, the French and the Chinese called for diplomatic measures and opposed military action against Saddam. They were encouraged by offers made in Baghdad to open some sites to the United Nations Special Commission (UNSCOM: mainly ...
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37. The attack on the USS Liberty [Lobster #45 (Summer 2003)]
... 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 ...
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38. 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- ...
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39. 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 ...
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40. Feedback [Lobster #44 (Winter 2002)]
... 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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