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251. Ribbontrop Blair [Lobster #53 (Summer 2007)]
... the Downing Street Memo on July 23, 2002, eight months before the invasion of Iraq. 'C reported on his recent talks in Washington. There was a perceptible shift in attitude. Military action was now seen as inevitable. Bush wanted to remove Saddam, through military action, justified by the conjunction of terrorism and WMD. But the intelligence and facts were being fixed around the policy. The NSC had no patience with the UN route, and no enthusiasm for publishing material on the Iraqi regime's record. There was little discussion in Washington of the aftermath after military action. 'Even with a legal base and a viable military plan, we would still need to ensure that the ...
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... , propaganda and training for Jihad against the decadent West.(12) I don't think there is much doubt that something like this has happened, though the numbers remain unclear to me. As Phillips describes it, the British state and its politicians declined to do anything about this even though they were warned repeatedly throughout the 1990s by other intelligence services and other states. Phillips attributes this inactivity to a combination of political reluctance to tackle something as sensitive as immigration and concern about the impact on trade with Middle Eastern countries. The combination of these led the British state, through MI5, coming to a kind of unstated agreement with the Jihadists that they wouldn't play at home. ...
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253. Historical Notes [Lobster #53 (Summer 2007)]
... , first, his ability through his Sunday Times articles to carry to the liberal intelligentsia the case for the special relationship, and secondly, his talent for delivering to senior British politicians and diplomats his well-founded insights into what their opposite numbers in the USA were privately thinking. Whatever the truth about Brandon's relationship with MI6, this is intelligence work. The coming of Monetarism Monetarism, which both the UK and the USA had rejected as a means of keeping inflationary pressures under control in the 1960s, made a spectacular and increasingly successful return in both the Anglo-American and wider international economy during the 1970s and 1980s. But its rise to prominence goes back to the late ...
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254. The 1975 Referendum on Europe, reviewed [Lobster #53 (Summer 2007)]
... eurosceptic and this snippet from former Conservative MP Richard Body: 'Carefully selected people were invited to luncheon and dinner .. .. .. .. to hear speakers give what they claimed to be confidential briefings "off the record". The real reason which could not be told publicly for our entry to the common market was because our intelligence service had learned the Soviet Unions had plans to invade Western Europe and these would be carried out once the trade unions in Western Europe led by a Communist Fifth Column had fomented widespread strikes to prevent the invasion being resisted. ' Some years ago Body made claims about the CIA involvement in the campaign but, when I wrote to him ...
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255. The Political Economy of U.S. Militarism, reviewed [Lobster #53 (Summer 2007)]
... alliance of....the military-industrial complex and the hard-line Zionists proponents of "greater Israel" in the "promised land". ' This is a fine mixture of analysis and detailed research, as well as being an entertaining read. Notes It would be more accurate to call it the military-industrial-intelligence-political complex but the military-industrial complex is the term we all know and use; and it's clumsy enough without adding to it. This is what Juan Bosch called Pentagonism in 1968 in his little book of that name referred to in the previous Lobster . Bosch's book is not in the author's bibliography. We have been here ...
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256. Understanding EU Policy Making, reviewed [Lobster #53 (Summer 2007)]
... us anything, it is that measures which claim to be interested only in smoothing trade between nations can in reality be powerful weapons in the class war. And it is the business of fighting and winning that war which most determines the political behaviour of capital. Despite these criticisms, I would commend this book to anyone who wants to read intelligent analysis of the EU's structures and policies, and where they come from. Its authors are heretically critical of the process of integration in its present form, which is refreshing. And they are aware that there is a world outside the EU's institutions whose existence and aspirations must be taken into account in any analysis of how the Union works ...
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... other forms of struggle, often in the face of vicious repression. Whilst they would welcome solidarity from those outside the country, they certainly don't want another 'Solidarnosc' fiasco, when a reactionary political movement grew out of what were legitimate workers' struggles, not least because of the input of money and resources by various western pro-capitalist intelligence and ideological agencies. The numbers of those on strike has increased dramatically in the past few years. As the book says: 'The current unrest signifies the externalisation of misery. Ground down by misery's corrosive internalisation, genuinely sick of the race to a nadir of insecure, miserably paid jobs, narcotic escapes, (2 ) and self ...
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258. Lobbying [Lobster #53 (Summer 2007)]
... see also villagers protecting local countryside from developers (The Sunday Times 'Living' 29 April 2007). Advert in China Daily, 5 December 2000. Selling for $45, the Chinese-English chart, based on institutional and personnel changes since May 2000, outlined the government structure of China. The open information is the sort of thing intelligence officers used to collate. The Times 28 August 2006 The Guardian 26 January 2006 Following the first Gulf War, British civil engineering contractors were disappointed not to pick up more business from the Americans. They failed to do so, because, for the most part, they did not retain Washington lobbyists. Those relying solely on intergovernmental lobbying ...
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... (c ) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 52) Winter 2006/7 Last | Contents | Next Issue 52 The Open Side of Secrecy: Britain's Intelligence and Security Committee Anthony Glees, Philip J. Davies, and John N. L. Morrison London: The Social Affairs Unit, 2006, 20, h/b The Intelligence and Security Committee (ISC) is a recent addition to the roster of Whitehall bodies; the motives of those who created it, as the authors show, are obscure and its role to some extent remains undefined. Formally it is a creature of the prime minister, to whom it reports and who ( ...
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... (c ) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 52) Winter 2006/7 Last | Contents | Next Issue 52 The Intelligence Files: Today's secrets, tomorrow's scandals Olivier Schmidt Atlanta (USA): Clarity Press, 2005, $14.95, p/b www.bookmasters.com/clarity/currenttitles.htm Here's a new name to me, the publisher Clarity; and a familiar one, Olivier Schmidt. In the 1980s Schmidt was producing a very good newsletter in Paris, Intelligence and Parapolitics. This got expensive, professionalised and eventually went on-line for subscribers as Intelligence.( ) This is a collection of reports ...
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