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... a network of groups to challenge the existence of global warming.) Gas to liquid energy is very important and nuclear power is also needed, the sooner the better. Wind power is a joke, figured at 2 per cent of 6 per cent alternative energy share. This is a book you have to work at to find a few hidden gems and I would not recommend it. It is frequently repetitive, its style is awkward and much of what he writes is a revisiting of Simmons' book, badly done. Last | Contents | Next ...
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122. RE: [Lobster #53 (Summer 2007)]
... not be suicide, ' Baker claimed that ' medical evidence does not support it and David Kelly's state of mind and personality suggests otherwise. ' He questioned the cause of death (a haemorrhage caused by cuts to the ulnar artery in the wrist), pointing out that'.... such wounds were "matchstick thick" and hidden, difficult to get to, as well as rarely leading to death. ' The knife alleged to have been used was an old and blunt garden pruner – an unlikely and ineffective implement. The paramedics who found Kelly's body were reported as saying that he had ' lost little blood and was "incredibly unlikely" to have died from ...
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123. The Political Economy of U.S. Militarism, reviewed [Lobster #53 (Summer 2007)]
... enemies to justify taking – on the author's calculations – 41.6 % of US tax dollars and distributing large amounts of that to the shareholders of the military corporations. This must be the greatest rip-off in world history and hardly anyone is willing to call it by its name. And, being America, none of this is hidden. As the author shows, the biggest arms corporation, Lockheed Martin, makes the biggest donations to the members of the Senate Appropriations Committee and Senate Committee on Government Affairs. (p . 17) As a congressman said on videotape to John DeLorean during an FBI corruption 'sting' in the 1980s, 'Money talks and bullshit walks' ...
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124. Brothers, reviewed [Lobster #54 (Winter 2007/8)]
... (c ) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 54) Winter 2007/8 Last | Contents | Next Issue 54 Brothers: The hidden history of the Kennedy years David Talbot London: Simon and Schuster, 2007, h/b , £20 Another Kennedy book? Yes, but a good one. Talbot may not have anything new of substance to tell us about the assassination per se but has much new material about events before and after it. Talbot's JFK is a complex figure and while a politician, with all that entails about strategies and the primacy of electoral considerations, he was also (by American standards) a left-leaning ...
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125. Lobster Issue 54: Contents [Lobster #54 (Winter 2007/8)]
... with the Paget Report , Garrick Alder The rise of warfare capitalism , Roger Cottrell Hacks, poll and PR , Tom Easton Books reviewed Clive Bloom, Terror Within David Bankier (ed.), Secret Intelligence and the Holocaust Richard Breitman et al, US Intelligence and the Nazis Charles Glass, The Northern Front David Talbot, Brothers: The hidden history of the Kennedy years Tennent H. Begley, Spy Wars Thom Burnett and Alex Games, Who Really Runs the World? Mick Farren and John Gibb, Who's Watching You? Tim Weiner, Legacy of Ashes : The History of the CIA Ernest Volkman, The History of Espionage Larry Elliot and Dan Atkinson, Fantasy Island Daniel Estulin ...
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126. Beware the proven lawyer! [Lobster #54 (Winter 2007/8)]
... had ideas put into their heads. Why, they've even started questioning an official body! But, really, how can these journalists write this guff? There are one of two reasons: either they've never read any works critical of the Warren Commission and its conclusions and therefore exist in a state of blissful ignorance; or they have a hidden agenda. It's one or the other. If these quotes have an aura of déjà vu it is because we have read them before. Remember the egregious Gerald Posner (another proven lawyer) and Case Closed, his defence of the Warren Commission back in 1993? They were saying the same things then about his book. Here, ...
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... a form of entertainment (this statement would be huffily rejected by the sanctimonious blind men who administer the news). In selecting what is newsworthy and deciding on how to treat it, the media operate with an array of moral and political assumptions, roughly speaking those of the liberal-individualist ideology of Western culture with its emotivist ethics and hidden dependence on existing power structures. After Dark broke all these rules from the beginning, built as it was by the Viennese to reflect the polygon of views that is real life, rather than the binary fallacy of yes/no, pro/contra stylised debates. Somehow we still managed to make the news, broke many stories of ...
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128. Sources [Lobster #55 (Summer 2008)]
... the subject of a filmed interview available on the Net.(20)If you are a skimmer, like me, without the patience to watch talking heads, you can read it there instead. Peter Dale Scott has an interview in the same series, in which he discusses his latest book and related topics.(21) A hidden hand We don't often find out which state employees plant disinformation on the media but we have done with the US Navy-threatened-by-Iranian-speedboats nonsense of January this year. 'Apparently due to an error by an AP reporter, the source of what was supposed to be off-the-record briefing, was given ...
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129. A Century of Spin, reviewed [Lobster #55 (Summer 2008)]
... of them: 'Yes, they plan and organise with each other, but there is no secret conspiracy operating behind the visible front. The visible front does just what it says on the tin – it aims to run the world. ' (p . 81) About half the book is on Britain. There is a chapter on 'The Hidden History of Corporate Propaganda', on the Economic League and its forebears, such as the British Commonwealth Union. (But this section omits the fact that these groups were initially formed not just to oppose organised labour and the left but also to fight for the interests of domestic manufacturing against the interests of the City. The struggle with ...
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130. Fifth Column: The decadence of our political system [Lobster #55 (Summer 2008)]
... focus of the parliamentarian consequently and rapidly shifted from relative independence in support of his or her party in government to an almost absolute support (with a few noble but excluded exceptions) for the executive led by his or her party. This was a quiet revolution – with echoes of Germany in 1934 – but the accretion of executive power was hidden in the folds of a party reform scarcely noticed by the press or wider public. The next consequence was that the powerful elements in the party directed their attention to the executive at the expense of the weaker elements – local government leaders and trades unions negotiated directly with both party and government executive. Ordinary members lost their voice entirely, ...
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