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... is a discussion that the price of oil could range from $10.00 to $12.50. This when the price was around $3 per barrel. By January 1974 the Benchmark price was just under $11.50pb. The background to this - at least in my view - was Nixon taking the dollar off the gold standard in 1971. ' The actual section from the Bilderberg minutes says this: 'An American speaker pointed out that one official US estimate of the future delivered price had been as high as $5 a barrel - which was now perhaps on the low side - but that certain costs factors would reduce the net return to the producing countries ...
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62. SISies: MI6 & A Life: A. J. Ayer (Book reviews) [Lobster #40 (Winter 2000/1)]
... ops, an activity which continued well into the Cold War - if, indeed, it ever stopped. Ayer est un con Disillusioned with his lack of promotion within BSC, and with Bill Stephenson, whom he thought to be a charlatan, Ayer arranged a transfer back to SOE which (after a disastrous nine-day secondment to the Gold Coast, where he gave the impression that the work was beneath him) placed him as a political advisor with RF, the section of SOE which liaised with BCRA, De Gaulle's own special operations organisation. Ayer's job was to assess the strength, aims, tactics and political allegiances of the various Resistance groups, particularly the Communists, ...
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63. Systemic Corruption, Systemic Solutions [Lobster #38 (Winter 1999)]
... nonsense. This Government passed highly confidential and valuable information to lobbyists and privileged businessmen systematically. As in the case of the Chancellor's budget, it is confirmed fact. The clients of the lobbyists I investigated are the world's most sophisticated industrialists and financiers, many of whom this Government relies upon for key policy advice. These men do not pay gold for garbage. Let me leave poor Mr Draper aside for two other examples. Ben Lucas of Lawson Lucas Mendelsohn (known as 'LLM') learned that on June 11, Gordon Brown would announce the creation of a new housing inspectorate. Lucas passed this on to his affected clients. He gave me other examples of what he called ...
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64. Feedback [Lobster #37 (Summer 1999)]
... no convertibility so that the debts accumulated during the war (the sterling balances) could be paid off without provoking a run on the pound. The Bank wanted Labour to put debt repayment first, in front of reconstruction, for the stake of the pound sterling's status. Keynes felt that the Bank had not learned from the disastrous return to gold in 1925, despite the superficial policy differences in the Bank's position between then and the war. His exasperation was not unjustified - once more Threadneedle Street was giving priority to international 'obligations' over commitments to build a fairer society at home. I reckon the Bank reverted to its liberal outlook of pre-war days in the late 40s ...
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... Republic - An Inside View', NACLA Newsletter, November, 1970. This was according to David Fairchild, the Assistant Program Officer for USAID in Santo Domingo. (NACLA is the North American Conference on Latin America.) 'Echols takes dead aim on laugh', San Diego Union, June 12 1986, p. 11. Guyana Gold, by Wellesley A. Baird, Three Continents Press, Washington, 1982, pp. 164-181. The quotation is from an Afterword by Kathleen A. Adams. Ms. Adams wrote her doctoral thesis (for Case Western Reserve University) on the impact of the gold-mining industry on Amerindian tribes in the North West ...
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... world enjoyed two decades of currency stability, with the Americans ready to support sterling at the level fixed in 1949 ( 1=$2 .80). The structure crumbled only after November 1967, when sterling devaluation became unavoidable as a result of Britain's economic weakness. It fell apart in 1971, with the devaluation of the dollar against gold, and was superseded by an era of floating exchange rates which has lasted to the present day. Nevertheless the IMF has continued to play a powerful role in international finance, intervening to assist nations suffering from foreign exchange crises in order to prevent them seeking salvation via the introduction of 1930s-style exchange restrictions.(4 ) At ...
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... my source. ' 22 December Murrin reported to Sir Peter Blaker that he had been introduced to a solicitor, 'Bill McNabb' [actually Bill Nabb] 'a man of undoubted integrity' who had worked for Oyston. After the meeting, Murrin produced a two-page report for Sir Peter Blaker, noting things like, 'Oyston did bring gold back from Hong Kong' and 'My contact and Mr. McNabb then went to see Mr. Richard Arnold FCA. Papers were secured and the agreement was reached that Mr. Arnold should talk to the Revenue. ' The report says, 'the papers secured show fraudulent claims for expenses, non-payment of PAYE and National Insurance due ...
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68. Sources [Lobster #33 (Summer 1997)]
... : http://www.seas.gwu.edu/nsarchive/cwihp Flatland Flatland 14 contains 63 pages of articles and book catalogue. It's the mixture as before, albeit with a greater emphasis on Wilhelm Reich: pieces on Reich, Alan Cantrell on cancer; a curious piece about Tom Slick with the wonderful title of 'Slick's Gold, Hot Monks and Rockefellers' Wet-nurses' and an interview with Jacques Vallée. $16.00 for four issues to PO Box 2420, Fort Bragg CA 95437-2420, USA. E-mail at flatland@mcn.org. Try the Flatland Web site at www.flatlandbooks.com. Catalogues AK now ...
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... history of Britain in the 20th century has been that conflict. From the rise of Tariff Reform League before World War 1, through the attempts by its domestic manufacturing-based successors such Patrick Hannon and the British Commonwealth Union to create an industrial group of MPs in the House of Commons, to the climactic struggle over the reimposition of the Gold Standard and subsequent recession and depression of the 1930s - the conflict was between the interests of the financial and overseas sectors and its instruments in the Bank of England and the Treasury.(13) In the 1930s crisis a kind of compromise was reached between domestic and overseas sectors: the overseas sector accepted some controls and were largely confined ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 12  -  01 Jun 1997  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue33/lob33-01.htm
70. Lobster Issue 32: Contents [Lobster #32 (Dec 1996)]
... cranky 1991 second-hand AppleMac. I could use about 1500 to buy a new computer, a fax, and get plugged into the wonderful world-wide web. The Rowntree Trust turned me down in a flash. Anybody got suggestions as to sources of funding for an enterprise as eccentric as this one? (Where is the Moscow gold when you need it?) Errors in the previous issue Footnote 1, page 23, second line, 'denied' omitted after 'previously'. Page 15, second paragraph, third line. '27 March to 2 April' should have said 27 March to 2 April 1965. Page 16 footnote 35 should have been p. 623 not ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 13  -  01 Dec 1996  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue32/index.htm
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