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... retirement. He registered as a mature PhD student at the Courtauld Institute and studied Italian art, spending much of the next few years in Italy - he is bilingual in English and Italian. He came out of retirement recently, becoming a partner in the prestigious London law-firm, Gordon Dadd, situated in Grosvenor Square opposite the American Embassy. Any lawyer may find himself embarrassed by a client, but David Mills' list of embarrassments is long. It begins with the Ecclestone affair in which Bernie Ecclestone, the head of Formula One racing, managed to gain an exemption for the sport regarding the ban on tobacco advertising while Tessa Jowell was a health minister, and Mills ...
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132. Advertising, Iraq and espionage [Lobster #46 (Winter 2003)]
... was made by former Ambassador to Brazil, Sir Peter Heap.(12) Supporting him in a different newspaper, albeit not in concert, was Philip Knightley. (13) Knightley wrote: 'As an Ambassador in Ankara once said to me, "I'm here to foster good relations between Britain and Turkey and I have to share my embassy with British spies who spend their time trying to persuade Turkish citizens to be traitors. Is it any wonder I would like to see the back of them?" ' He omits to mention that these Turkish 'traitors' including 'agents' were likely to be, say, courageous Turkish and Kurdish trades unionists, teachers and journalists fighting for ...
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133. Enduring Freedom [Lobster #47 (Summer 2004)]
... he stated: 'America's counter-terrorism programme in the Middle East and its environs is a myth. '( 1 ) A couple of months before the Twin Towers attack, Gerecht pointed out the reluctance of the CIA to conduct operations under 'non-official cover', their refusal to engage in local events and culture beyond the business/embassy circuit and the 'total absence of staff trained in local languages' a cultural and operational nightmare that conjures up images of men in black suits approaching the Mujahidin saying; 'Gee, you seen an Arab dude with a towel round his head? ' And it gives a little insight into exactly why they still haven't found Osama. Similarly, ...
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134. JFK: Oswald? Which one? [Lobster #47 (Summer 2004)]
... Armstrong gives half a page to the 1951 murder by 'Mac' Wallace of a former boyfriend of LBJ's sister. On p.656 Armstrong cites the Sample-Collum book, The Men on the 6th Floor, which includes Loy Factor's 'confession', as the source of a claim about the identity of the man impersonating Oswald at the Soviet Embassy in Mexico City but doesn't mention Loy Factor around whom the book is built. On p.812 Armstrong tells us: 'Some researchers speculate that the man wearing the horn-rimmed glasses and the brown coat [seen at the window of the sixth floor of the Book Depository] may have been Lyndon Johnson's associate Mac Wallace whose fingerprint ...
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135. Tittle-tattle [Lobster #47 (Summer 2004)]
... one of the creators of New Labour. Ms Hobsbawn, for many years a PR business partner of Sarah Macauley, the wife of Chancellor Gordon Brown, was one of the key figures in promoting the political project now so universally respected for its adherence to transparency, accuracy and straight dealing with journalists. Hobsbawn was the organiser of the Washington Embassy party for her pals in the British American Project after New Labour's election victory in 1997. 'Big Swing to BAP' was the headline on the BAP newsletter recording the result of the Blair campaign which Hobsbawn had helped fund and organise. Send in the clowns Things are now so bad for Blair that even newspaper columnists are beginning to notice ...
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136. Terrorism, Anti-Semitism and Dissent [Lobster #47 (Summer 2004)]
... bear one fragment of US history in mind. Paul Lindley, the former US Congressman, wrote in his They Dare To Speak Out: People and Institutions Confront the Israeli Lobby (Lawrence Hill & Co 1986): 'During the Iranian hostage crisis in 1980, columnist Jack Anderson quoted "US intelligence reports", actually supplied by the Israeli embassy by way of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee, that the PLO had mined the embassy to frustrate any rescue attempt by the United States. The intelligence reports proved to be bogus. ' It will be remembered that the failure of US President Jimmy Carter to rescue the hostages had an important bearing on his defeat by Ronald Reagan and ...
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137. Our leader [Lobster #48 (Winter 2004)]
... . At the final selection meeting questions that had actually been drafted by Moss Evans, the General Secretary of the TGWU, were planted in the audience and asked with the object of rattling Huckfield. It worked. Blair was selected and duly elected in 1983. Commits to the USA His potential was spotted early on most notably by the US Embassy. In 1986 Blair went on a month's free tour of the US, paid for by the State Department. (2 ) Having been given a significant front bench role by Kinnock the real architect of the hard work of changing the Labour Party Blair was most disappointed at the 1992 General Election result. His reaction to it is described ...
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138. Michael Ledeen again [Lobster #49 (Summer 2005)]
... '. It's also worth requoting the example cited by former US Congressman Paul Findley in his They Dare to Speak Out: People and Institutions Confront the Israeli Lobby (Chicago: Lawrence Hill and Co , 1985): 'During the Iranian hostage crisis in 1980, columnist Jack Anderson quoted "US intelligence reports", actually supplied by the Israeli embassy by way of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee, that the PLO had mined the embassy to frustrate any rescue attempt by the United States. The intelligence reports proved to be bogus. ' Ledeen has been a leading figure in the neo-con 'anti-terror' network for a quarter of a century and in that time has ...
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... 284), long suspected of being spook-connected. The book is dotted with fascinating detail. The most telling concerns Sam Watson, the leader of the Durham miners, and Hugh Gaitskell's closest ally in the trade unions. When Watson travelled down to London he didn't stay in a hotel; he stayed in a room at the American Embassy. Had this been known at the time the entire history of the British Labour Party in the 1960s might have been different. This is a very important piece of work. Last | Contents | Next ...
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140. Beyond 'The Da Vinci Code' [Lobster #49 (Summer 2005)]
... 156> and Hansard 7 February 1279W. [15] What is interesting about this is that the Government is still very worried about public opinion and so has drawn a line on official EU spending. What we might watch out for now is unofficial spending through various foundations, special interest groups and the public diplomacy arms of the main European Embassies. [16] Hansard 5 April, column 1371W [17] A recommended source for news on European political developments (the news is provided objectively but the context is from a Leftist eurosceptic orientation) is the Centre for a Social Europe which can be accessed at <www.social-europe.org.uk/> I ...
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