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31. The politics of the organic movement - an overvie [Lobster #56 (Winter 2008/9)]
... . Its members included the topographer H. J. Massingham, who, the records show, fell out seriously with Gardiner on account of the latter's Nazi sympathies; the farmer and botanist J. E. Hosking; the poet and author Edmund Blunden; the historian Arthur Bryant, whose 1939 book Unfinished Victory was a paean of praise to Hitler (and can never, in my experience, be found alongside Bryant's patriotic histories in second-hand bookshops); and Philip Mairet, editor of the New English Weekly, a periodical devoted to the twin causes of organic husbandry and Social Credit finance reform.(8 ) Some other figures need to be mentioned. Jorian Jenks, ...
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... :From Censorship and Denial to Recognition Desmond Fernandes Apec Forlag: 2008, 309 pp., £16.99, p/b Reviewed by John Newsinger Denial of the Holocaust is very much the preserve of the fascist right and its sympathisers in Europe. It persists as a coded way for anti-Semites to indicate their support for Hitler and the Nazis. Denying the Holocaust has become a thinly disguised way of supporting it. What we confront with the controversies surrounding the attempted Armenian genocide during the First World War, however, is a denial that has been supported over the years by the Turkish state. Far from being the work of a discredited handful of fascists, ...
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... many people who cannot be accused of hindsight and who have predicted all these events and even suggested solutions. OK, so the timing was often out. Existing systems often have a remarkable ability to motor forward on the belief of the participants long past the point when they should have collapsed; and the actions of 'great men', from Hitler to Bush, have precipitated changes that might otherwise not have happened for years or perhaps decades. Neither Carlyle nor Marx were wholly right: there are great trends but there are also the actions of man. There is the wisdom of crowds and there is the foolishness of cliques. But, today, those of us who did see ...
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34. Kiss me on the apocalypse! [Lobster #55 (Summer 2008)]
... into the 1950s all three groups were associated with Lord Lymington. A Conservative MP 1929-1934, Lymington was extremely close to Sir Oswald Mosley, from the launch of the British Union of Fascists in 1932 until possibly as late as 1950, and had been a prominent and vocal 'fellow traveller of the Right', advocating a settlement with Hitler in 1937-1940. He believed that Britain should have no strong commitments to Europe. Like David Stirling, Lord Lucan, Aspinall and 'Tiny' Rowland later, Lymington also had very extensive farming interests in colonial Africa. After 1948 he was prominent in Kenya as an advocate of careful agricultural development. His environmental views centred around selective ...
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35. Fifth Column [Lobster #54 (Winter 2007/8)]
... , if military action is not self-financing in terms of plunder or markets, then it is going to have to be paid for out of the current national budget; and if it is not going to be inflationary, then it is going to have to come at the expense of other government projects, including welfare. Even Adolf Hitler and General Tojo expected a decent long-term return on their otherwise economy-shattering short term adventurism and, in this, were little different, except in their brutal impatience, from the pragmatic East India Company. Britain East of Suez today Thanks to his predecessor and putting aside the usual small-scale training and special ops activity ...
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36. The CIA: A history of torture [Lobster #54 (Winter 2007/8)]
... familiar with something of the CIA's history. Can we also assume that whereas he once regarded its atrocities as 'bad', he now regards them as 'good'? He, along with the likes of Gordon Brown, Peter Hain, Hilary Benn and others, certainly cannot plead ignorance. Thomas Powers, Intelligence Wars: American Secret History From Hitler to Al-Qaeda (New York 2002) p. 189. Robert Kennedy had been charged by his brother with overseeing the attempt to assassinate Castro. Alfred McCoy, A Question of Torture: CIA Interrogation from the Cold War to the War on Terror (New York 2006) pp. 7-8 . See also John Marks ...
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37. Ribbontrop Blair [Lobster #53 (Summer 2007)]
... , listening for echoes of the American phrase 'régime change' and noting the facts of Ribbentrop's irresponsible and dishonest diplomacy that were uncovered in 1945 by the Nuremberg prosecutors. 'Ribbentrop was not present at the Hossbach Conference held on November 5, 1937, but on January 2, 1938, while still Ambassador to England, he sent a memorandum to Hitler indicating his opinion that a change in the status quo in the East in the German sense could only be carried out by force and suggesting methods to prevent England and France from intervening in a European war fought to bring about such a change. When Ribbentrop became Foreign Minister Hitler told him that Germany still had four problems to solve, ...
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38. Anglo-America and the Third Reich [Lobster #52 (Winter 2006/7)]
... (c ) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 52) Winter 2006/7 Last | Contents | Next Issue 52 Conjuring Hitler: How the Western Elite Incubated Nazism - 1900-38 Guido Preparata US: University of Michigan Press, 2005; h/b , $90.00; p/b $28.95 UK: Pluto Press, 2005; h/b 60.00; p/b 17.99 Anglo-America and the Third Reich David MacGregor I would like to introduce a recently published book that has been overlooked. Guido Preparata's Conjuring Hitler: How the Western Elite Incubated Nazism-1900-38 reinterprets key ...
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... BUF) put him beyond the pale. This, according to Skidelsky, was little short of a tragedy because it deprived the country of the services of a man of immense talent and ability. Skidelsky is considerably more critical of Mosley for wasting his talent than he is of him for actually donning the blackshirt and allying himself with Mussolini and Hitler. Indeed, at times he seems to regard him as more of an English eccentric than a real fascist. Even when it comes to Mosley's embrace of anti-Semitism, Skidelsky quite incredibly argues that British Jews were at least partly responsible for this themselves because of their hostile reaction to his fascism! Most hilariously, Skidelsky actually argues ...
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40. Feedback [Lobster #52 (Winter 2006/7)]
... (c ) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 52) Winter 2006/7 Last | Contents | Next Issue 52 Feedback From Scott Newton I don't agree with the Bassett Matthews line ( 'War and peace plots', Lobster 51 ) on (i ) Chamberlain's flight to see Hitler in the Munich crisis (it was to avert a war, not a coup) and (ii) Philby's criminal responsibility for prolonging World War Two. The latter point credits far too much influence to one individual. The fact was that the German peace plotters were not trusted by Churchill and Eden, let alone by people like Philby. The Canaris group, ...
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