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71. Demos [Lobster #45 (Summer 2003)]
... ), Matt Baggott (Deputy Chief Constable, West Midlands Police), Liz Wicksteed (Home Office) and Sir Stanley Kalms (Treasurer of the Conservative Party). (7) Demos brought over several free-market ideologues including Philip Bobbitt (LBJ's nephew). He was Reagan's legal counsel from 1980-81, on the Select Committee/cover-up on Iran/Contra and Director for Intelligence at the NSC 1997-98. Demos also advertised an April meeting with George Soros. Sir Douglas Hague Institute for Economic Affairs (IEA) and Centre for Policy Studies (CPS) adviser to Thatcher with the 1981 Policy Unit with Cecil Parkinson, Norman Lamont, Alan Walters and Nigel Lawson which provided the basis ...
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... in the disposal of nuclear waste on the ocean bed. (9) The latest was the Iranian air bus affair in which Mills seemed to be gaining access to Baroness Symons, a Foreign Office minister, and a colleague of his wife, in order to smooth a path through any objections to the deal arising from US sanctions policy towards Iran. Mills may be innocent of any specific wrongdoing in all of these cases, but the impression left is that of a seriously flawed judgement combined with a desire to make money which can only call into question his general sense of values. This impression is familiar to many who have paid detailed attention to the political ethics of New Labour ...
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73. PR, Iraq and 'the allies' [Lobster #45 (Summer 2003)]
... (17) To survive, Hollywood needs the overseas market; it is only belatedly tackling the power of cultural differences and their effect on global enterprise. 'If you take the main Asian markets- Japan, India, China- and their derivatives- Indonesia, Bangla- desh, Pakistan, the Arab countries, East Africa, Egypt, Iran, Morocco- you have 80% of the world's population.'(18) Much of this audience is aged under 30 and the marketing world believes we have made most of our life decisions on brands by the time we are 35 after which we are resistant to trying something new. The majority of these under-30s do not speak ...
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74. How many divisions does the Pope have? [Lobster #44 (Winter 2002)]
... Malmo International (1951), with the Intermarium diaspora and in the developing Skorzeny/ Schacht perambulations. Following his international tour, Schacht reappeared in May 1952 addressing a major gathering of German, Spanish and Hispanic business figures in Madrid. He launched his own export bank a month later. By July 1952 he was discussing the economic situation in Iran and issuing a Plan for Iran with Mossadegh. This coincided with the officers he had met in Egypt the previous year overthrowing King Farouk and demanding an end to British hegemony in the area. The USA did not regard this as problematic. The issue for Washington was to prevent the Egyptian nationalists, led by Naguib, Nasser and Sadat ...
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75. Spook PR [Lobster #44 (Winter 2002)]
... present government which is keen to attract foreign investment. The Observer 18 August 2002& 1 September 2002. (It may be only a matter of time before the SIS are sued by the victims of SAVAK, the Shah of Iran's evil 'police' whom Britain trained, given the 'benefits' this achieved for British and American companies operating in Iran...) The lawsuit has being filed, coincidentally, simultaneously with one by 'descendants of slaves in the United States' against the US government, as well as Lloyd's of London 'and other leading companies... and claim that these benefited financially from the work of slaves and should repay the profits made...' ...
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... Pinkerton agency, or U-1, a post-WW1 section of the State Department, or H.O. Yardley. But as he reaches the post WW2 world, ideology begins to dominate. He writes (p 167): 'The essential idea behind U.S. foreign policy in the 1950s was the defence of democracy. But in order to "save" Iran and Guatemala from the tendentious threat of communism, the CIA conspired to over-throw the democratic government in those two countries, condemning local people to decades of autocratic misrule.' I wonder how long it took him to come up with 'autocratic misrule' as a description of the fate of the peoples of Guatemala and Iran after the Americans installed ...
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... of his famous phrase 'economical with the actualité'. Was Matrix Churchill 'sinister and renowned'? That certainly isn't how it was portrayed in the UK where it was presented as a rather humdrum machine-tool company, somewhere in the Midlands, a company bought by the Iraqis, to be used to make tools to make armaments for the war with Iran. And far from shutting down further inquiries, the court case here was the beginning of the investigation which led to the Scott Report and a great deal of publicity. To my knowledge Mark Thatcher is not mentioned in the Scott Report- not that I have actually read the copy I own; but other journalists have and they would ...
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78. The view from the bridge [Lobster #43 (Summer 2002)]
... the sexier al-Qaeda hook, is fronted by a person with an intelligence gloss, and this one sticks. Think this will make the BBC more cautious about stories with FCO or SIS on them? Then the Sunday Telegraph had to apologise to the son of Colonel Gadafi whom it had accused in 1995 of being involved in a conspiracy to flood Iran with counterfeit money. This was a whiz-bang from those ingenious people at SIS, given to Con Coughlin then the Sunday Telegraph's man in Whitehall, at that time the paper's chief foreign correspondent. (6) The Telegraph made pathetic attempts to pretend it didn't know the provenance of the story. Do SIS pay the Telegraph's legal fees in ...
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79. SIS: Dearlove, Spedding and PR [Lobster #42 (Winter 2001/2)]
... therefore no-one chose them. That is why the FCO can produce specialists in the area. Secondly the 'stans', by which I mean principally Pakistan, used to come under MI5 (sometimes army officers seconded from the MOD) and the colonial office, which is again why SIS neglected things. Afghanistan was of interest because of India/Iran/Soviet Union and all those SIS specialists certainly had a knowledge of Afghanistan; but Afghanistan was not the centre of the focus. Under Spedding, as I understand it, the interest in Afghanistan was, belatedly, stopping the heroin. This does not mean political specialists. I hope that Sir David did not sack all these 'stan ...
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... I am 100% certain sure that the Americans were behind the increase in the price of oil. The oil companies were in real trouble at that time, they had borrowed a lot of money and they needed a high oil price to save them."' 'He says he was convinced of this by the attitude of the Shah of Iran, who in one crucial day in 1974 moved from the Saudi view, that a hike would be dangerous to OPEC, because it would alienate the US, to advocate higher prices.' 'Yamani: "King Faisal sent me to the Shah of Iran who said, 'Why are you against the increase in the price of oil? ...
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