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91. Lobster Issue 44: Contents [Lobster #44 (Winter 2002)]
... Sudan and slavery: disinformation and the Telegraph group Updates Sources How many divisions does the Pope have? Obituaries The Party of Business and the B usiness of Parties Books The Father of Spin: Edward L. Bernays and the Birth of Public Relations Double Fold: Libraries and the Assault on Paper Five Days in London - May 1940s Bacardi The Hidden War British Counter-Insurgency Everything You Know is Wrong: the Disinformation Guide to Secrets and Lies My Granny Made Me an Anarchist: The Christie File: Part 1, 1946-64 Value Wars: The Global Market versus the Life Economy Pariah: Misfortunes of the British Kingdom The Years of Lyndon Johnson: Master of the Senate The ...
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92. Updates [Lobster #44 (Winter 2002)]
... going to run and run. < http://www.newsday.com/news/nationworld/wire/sns-ap-germany-us-radar- victims10 09oct08,0 ,6890601.story > The Sun 8 October 2002 devoted its front page and two inside pages to the discovery that mobile phone transmitters are being hidden in the price signs of garage forecourts. Having screamed 'Hidden phone masts shock' on the front, on p. 13 there was a little paragraph giving the official line that there is no danger. The New Scientist, 24 October 2002, carried the story, 'Cancer cell study revives cellphone safety fears', which began: 'The ...
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93. Feedback [Lobster #44 (Winter 2002)]
... grab' in the same category as the 'open-ended Anglo-American war against terrorism'. Firstly, Victorian Liberalism permitted more open debate about 'imperialism' and 'terrorism' than New Labourism has allowed us. Newton would be better deployed recounting how Gladstone's flexibility about such healthy debate enabled him to resist the financial, annexationist interests Newton senses hidden everywhere more effectively than lawyer 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 ...
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... gambling license, the committee agreed with him that this didn't really count. He once physically ejected a black, disabled war veteran from one of his casinos, throwing both him and his wheelchair into the street. Las Vegas was as racist as it was corrupt, but the racism wasn't always expressed as crudely as this. It was often hidden beneath a subtle blend of public relations and backstage negotiations. When the black singer, Lena Horn, played Vegas in the fifties, a deal was negotiated whereby, unlike other black performers, she could sleep in the hotel she was singing in. The only condition imposed was that the hotel would burn the sheets from her bed rather ...
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95. The View [Lobster #44 (Winter 2002)]
... As well as discussing various forms of private military companies, and some of their activities in recent years, it includes an appendix listing British private military activities in Africa from the 1950s to the present day, 89 in all. Some of the company names are familiar to me, many are not. This appendix is the outline of a hidden history of British military activity in Africa. The smack of firm government?In the Evening Standard of 26 September 2002 David Taylor reported that the UN Drug Control Programme estimated that Afghanistan's opium production this year was up by 1,400% since the fall of the Taliban. This, said Taylor, 'is a blow to Tony Blair ...
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... . 13 Ernest Wistrich, - see note 9 - pp. 41-42 14 Douglas Evans, While Britain Slept: The Selling of the Common Market (London: Gollancz, 1975) p. 120 15 British Management Data Foundation, see note 11. On the CIA and the European Movement see also Richard J. Aldrich, The Hidden Hand: Britain, America and Cold War Secret Intelligence, (London: John Murray, 2001) chapter 16. 16 Tony Benn, Against the Tide: Diaries 1973-76 (London: Jonathan Cape, 1990) p. 349. 17 Hugo Young - see note 2 - p. 284. 18 Cited in Roger Broad ...
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97. Feedback [Lobster #45 (Summer 2003)]
... this fact. When Mr. Mullen interviewed me for the purposes of his article he did not put to me any questions relating to the CIA. Had he done so I would have categorically denied that the Movement had received any funds from foreign sources and in particular not from the CIA. The Movement's accounts were properly audited and contained no hidden accounts. Will you please put the record straight and inform Mr. Mullen accordingly. Andy Mullen responds: Dear Mr Wistrich, In response to your letter, I would like to make three points. In my 'Spinning the European Union: Pro-European Propaganda Campaigns in the British Media' article (winter 2002 issue), I ...
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... one of the conspirators after a protracted legal struggle. Pepper's thesis starts by demonstrating that there was a conspiracy involving personnel from Memphis Police Department, the US Army and local organised crime. King was shot by a Memphis policeman, in a conspiracy with the mob. Cash from the local mob concealed under vegetables, guns being moved about and hidden in a small diner - this feels small-time, local. But the provision of various false identities for Ray and his control in the months before the assassination were not the work of a redneck gang in Mississippi: this was the federal state. And it appears that the state did not trust the Memphis cop-mob job ...
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99. Lying about Iraq [Lobster #45 (Summer 2003)]
... Jane's World Armies, was quoted as saying, 'The intelligence services were not involved - I've had two people phoning me today to say, "Look, we had nothing to with it". ' (10) Weapons? Which weapons?The British 'plagiarised' text of February 2002 was prepared to bolster the notion that the Iraqis had hidden weapons of mass destruction. This had been asserted ad nauseam but not proved. Why hadn't it been demonstrated? On 24 February the American magazine Newsday reported that it had been given access to the transcript of the 1995 debriefing by officials from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and UNSCOM of Iraqi General, and son-in ...
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100. Demos [Lobster #45 (Summer 2003)]
... & Co, London Business School and 'Sweet Charity' withStella Rimington. (44 ) Chris Ham Birmingham University, professor of health policy involved in NHS reform. He served as an adviser to the World Bank and WHO. Criticised by the Britrish Medical Journal for denying that government policies 'are guided by a....... hidden agenda which, through a series of incremental steps, will result in more private involvement in the financing and delivery of health services. ' Spoke at IPPR conference on the benefits of privatisation. (45) The Office Demos' policy entrepreneurs operate from a Mezzanine office through 'charities' engaging in 'social entrepreneurialism'. These exchange personnel, ...
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