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... 1990 would have experienced some or all of the following: the demonization of Islam post 9/11; the turn of the century wave of mass immigration; 7/7 and the erosion of civil rights; greater politicisation of the justice system; the hollowing out of the traditional media; and then the Great Financial Crisis, endemic banking fraud and austerity. You couldn't have designed an environment more amenable to the conspiratorial memes of the far right: the UK's recent experience could easily be framed from the far right (as well as the far left) as the punishment of national communities by the agents of international finance. Tomorrow Belongs to Us also illustrates that, while the ...
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82. Who shot JFK [Lobster #46 (Winter 2003)]
... > This may cast doubt on her account of being with LBJ on the night before the assassination when he revealed knowledge of the assassination to come. Nonetheless she identified 'Wallace' to Collum and Sample. 5 For first degree murder he got a five year suspended sentence, after being defended by one of LBJ's lawyers. 6 The unravelling Estes fraud was one of three corruption scandals which were gathering around Johnson in 1963 and which evaporated when he became president. The other big one concerned the activities of LBJ's assistant Bobby Baker who was part of LBJ's influence system booze, broads and money in Washington. Baker eventually got busted but went to jail and kept his mouth shut. 7 ...
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83. Drugging America: a Trojan Horse (Book review) [Lobster #38 (Winter 1999)]
... to covertly fund the Afghanis against the Soviet Union, the CIA used this Cuban money laundry to finance the Mujahedeen. Now the Cuban money laundry is protected: it can't be prosecuted for fear of political exposure of the Afghani funding. The Cuban laundry serves the whole community, including anti-American Muslims in America raising funds by running various frauds. US money flows, via the Cuban laundry, to people who are the enemies of the United States. Some of these people have been trained and armed by the US - some in the US - while fighting the Soviets in Afghanistan. Eventually some of these people, trailing all these politically embarrassing connections to the US intelligence community ...
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84. Maggie's guilty secret (Winter 2013) [Lobster #66 (Winter 2013) (free)] [Free Article]
... CIA front companies shut down their bank accounts and let the companies go bankrupt over the next two years. The CIA's clear-up job was done. Those who tried to reveal what had gone on were swiftly crushed on government orders: Matrix Churchill's directors were arrested; Gerald James was hounded and threatened by the police; and the Serious Fraud Office and HM Customs began to raid and threaten companies associated with the project. However not all the Thatcher government secrets disappeared into the black hole of the 'British justice system. ' Copies of a number of contracts were taken in evidence by the Metropolitan Police as the investigation unfolded. These still exist and point directly to the direct complicity ...
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85. Moscow on the Hudson? [Lobster #57 (Summer 2009)]
... exception to the challenge to their role and field of expertise. Critics of neo-liberal capitalism and the Corporatocracy in general may find the skeleton model of American corporatism described unsatisfactory and underdeveloped. Marxists may protest the lack of demonstrated understanding of authentic Marxist ideas in the treatment of soviet Russia and the lack of distancing thereof from the world historical fraud of Socialism In One Country. The early philosophical works of Marx, for example, stem from the radical Enlightenment and remained unpublished 'til the 1930s. The categories of marxian political economy can be used to much greater explanatory effect than the ideologised concepts of lost orthodox economists prevalent in the severely demoralised Wall Street Journal. Much of what people ...
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... id legislation they have enacted, the end-less reorganisations of health, school and legal services. But having created the management-by-targets culture, it had to get good results from the public sector (those who live by targets die by targets). Whatever it takes became their unspoken credo; be it encouraging blatant statistical fraud or the destruction of the so-called British constitution. (And what, thinks NuLab, are airy fairy civil liberties? Who cares about a few climate change weirdoes getting their skulls cracked, when people are getting blown up by Islamist nutters?) Last | Contents | Next ...
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87. The 2001 Anthrax Deception (Book review) (2015) [Lobster #69 (Summer 2015) (free)] [Free Article]
... the basis of dodgy dossiers and we have watched the free fall collapse of three New York skyscrapers run by a close associate of the Israeli leader.10 We have been told of an alleged hijacker's paper passport found in the burning debris and handed to the New York Police Department whose head on 9/11 was subsequently jailed for conspiracy, fraud and lying under oath.11 More recently we have seen film of President Obama and his top team apparently watching the capture of Bin Laden and then being told that his body had been dumped in the sea – all without the alleged terrorism mastermind being questioned on any aspect of his part in the 'war on terror'. Fourteen years ...
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88. Deception in High Places by Nicholas Gilby (Book Review) (2015) [Lobster #69 (Summer 2015) (free)] [Free Article]
... of the various deals, mostly with Arab states, is one of the major themes here. The second big thread is the protracted struggle to provide a national and international legal framework against bribery which culminated in national legislation and international agreements. Has the legislation worked? The author shows the British dragging their feet at every opportunity until the Serious Fraud Office began digging into the 1985 BAE – Saudi Al Yamamah deal while Blair was in office.4 The author shows the British state in full obstruction and evasion mode before the SFO inquiry was killed by Blair, citing 'security' issues, after he was leaned on by the Saudis. Gilby is rather positive about the American experience. ...
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89. Updates [Lobster #45 (Summer 2003)]
... The Guardian 13 January 2003 at < http://society.guardian.co.uk/ nhsperformance/story/ 0,8150,873825,00.html > 5 Jo Revill, 'Whistleblower lifts lid on NHS culture of secrecy', The Observer, January 26, 2003. 6 Sylvia Jones and James Oliver, 'Lies, frauds and pressure on customs to boost arrests', The Guardian, 26 November 2002. 7 Tom Baldwin, 'Watchdog barks at ministers who try and interfere', 12 February 2003, < http://www.timesonline.co.uk/newspaper/0 ,, 172-574701,00.html > Last | Contents ...
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90. The View from the Bridge [Lobster #46 (Winter 2003)]
... americas/story.jsp?story=453116 > Using Google, search for 'Diebold+ voting+ computers' for a preliminary recce. Or try, for example, < http://www.sptimes.ru/archive/times/904/opinion/o _10419.htm > and 'A Brief History of Computerized Election Fraud in America' at < www.truthout.org/doc_03/ 102503C.shtml > 6 Tom Engelhardt, 'Washington Implodes', 6 October < www.motherjones.com/ news/ daily mojo/2003/41/we_557_01a.html > 7 'Washington dismissed Iraq's peace feelers, including elections and ...
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