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... Jonathan Institute gathering in 1979 ( Lobster 47 et seq), has just been returned to power and now has alongside him the virulently anti-Arab Avigdor Lieberman. For the moment the recession and the election of Barack Obama seem to have punctured the efforts of Netanyahu to use the 'war on terror' mindset and network that took us into Iraq into launching a war upon Iran. But if he succeeds in that effort, we will see whether the Community Security Trust and the Board of Deputies of British Jews again report a rise in antisemitism. I read these books after hearing Sir Gerald Kaufman in the Commons denounce Israeli attacks on Gaza. He described the murder of his Polish ...
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112. Saddam Hussein on Trial [Lobster #56 (Winter 2008/9)]
... , but left after it broke into warring factions, each open to compromise with imperialism or Arab reaction. With a degree in microwave communication, Al-Ani found employment at Baghdad University in 1973. He fell victim a year later to a Ba'athist dictat that barred professors married to foreigners. After refusing to spy on foreign companies operating in Iraq, Al-Ani voyaged in 1980 with his young family to Finland. Though strongly opposed to the Ba'athists, Al-Ani wondered how any Iraqi in the 1980s and 1990s could favour toppling Saddam Hussein's government under conditions of imperialist threat. Rooting out the thirty-year Ba'athist authority, he believed, could only end in chaos and ...
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113. Re: [Lobster #56 (Winter 2008/9)]
... (c ) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 56) Winter 2008/9 Last | Contents | Next Issue 56 Re:Terry Hanstock Dodgy dossiers Steven Kettell, author of Dirty politics? New Labour, British democracy and the invasion of Iraq (London: Zed Books, 2006), argues that New Labour wanted regime change in Iraq before Bush and before 9/11 and that the production of the WMD Dossier was one of the key components of a broader political strategy designed to achieve that aim.(1 ) Understanding intelligence Andrew Defty considers the role of Parliament and Parliamentary Committees in allowing parliamentarians to develop expertise in particular policy areas and ...
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114. Britain spinning in the Sibel Edmonds web [Lobster #56 (Winter 2008/9)]
... implications. It is important to be reminded here of the current political context: the major focus of 'the war on terror' since 2001 has, by far, been on 'weapons of mass destruction' – in particular those relying on nuclear technology. And all of the nations that have been on the 'hit list' at various points – Iraq, Iran, Libya and North Korea – had dealings with the Khan network. In the most awful irony, of those nations it was Iraq that had the most minimal contact; the others purchased services, components or information from the network, while the Iraqi regime only held a meeting with a Khan representative, subsequently declining their services ...
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115. I married a war criminal [Lobster #56 (Winter 2008/9)]
... corrupt practices in the print! How does she deal with her abandonment of her Old Labour beliefs? She simply deletes them and, instead, presents herself very much as a domestic person, mother and wife. Indeed, the book is actually described as being about 'a family on a journey. ' This is how she deals with the Iraq War, for example. Supporting Blair's stand was, she writes, 'my job as his wife', a strange position for someone who still claims to be a feminist. On another occasion, she attacks Alastair Campbell's partner, Fiona Millar, who was strongly opposed to the war. Fiona carried on a 'non-stop tirade' ...
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... Challen MP The incompetence which has been the hallmark of the world's 'most powerful man' has left the world with a legacy we can only begin to rub our eyes at: George W. Bush's successful derailing of concerted action on climate change; an energy crisis; a $3 trillion war (that's just the cost to the Americans of Iraq) and a downwardly mobile world economy which will leave millions with little hope of escaping poverty, to name but a few of the major items. Dubya and his family, the prominence of which may have led some to believe that they had inherited some kind of leadership gene, have much to answer for. Now that George W ...
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117. The once and future king? [Lobster #56 (Winter 2008/9)]
... from Libya) could be accounted for legitimately. However a great deal of other money appeared to have been paid as well, in cash, and kept by Healy, but there was no way of tracing this. The money was paid so that pro-Libyan articles etc. would be published. Healy also provided information to Libya and Iraq in exchange for funding about the activities and connections of various dissidents who had been expelled from those nations. In particular Healy would, typically, organise a conference or rally on a particular theme likely to attract Arab dissidents and then take photographs of those who attended, make notes of their statements and send these off to the various governments ...
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118. Israel and the Clash of Civilisations, reviewed [Lobster #55 (Summer 2008)]
... (c ) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 55) Summer 2008 Last | Contents | Next Issue 55 Cock-up, conspiracy, or both? Israel and the Clash of Civilisations Iraq, Iran and the Plan to Remake the Middle East Jonathan Cook London: Pluto Books, 2008, £14.99, p/b Was the invasion of Iraq a disastrous cock-up by the Americans and British, and by the Pentagon in particular? There certainly is a long line of people from within or close to the British and American states asserting this in various forms in the ongoing blame game. To give just a few examples: ...
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119. RE: [Lobster #55 (Summer 2008)]
... is the mass of material still available on the inquest website. Freed from the strictures imposed by Scott Baker one can peruse and analyse this and – possibly – come to quite different conclusions.(17) * The spoils of war The Center for Public Integrity has published an updated list of companies that continue to benefit from contracts awarded in Iraq and Afghanistan. Halliburton was the largest single contractor in Iraq in 2004 and its former subsidiary, KBR Inc. (a .k .a . Kellogg, Brown and Root), has carried on the tradition by topping the new list with over $16 billion in US government contracts from 2004 to 2006. Not bad, considering ...
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120. All the news that fits [Lobster #55 (Summer 2008)]
... CBS called 'the natural selectivity of ignorance'; give them what they want to believe in; go with the moral panic, and, finally, what Davies calls the 'Ninja Turtle syndrome' – run stories of doubtful merit if other news outlets are doing the same. Of this last he gives the example of Alton, editor of the Iraq war-supporting Observer being in the habit of 'speaking on Saturday afternoon to Michael Williams, the deputy editor of his supposed [anti-war] competitor, The Independent on Sunday, to swap notes on the stories they were planning to run in the following day's papers'. While the general themes Davies addresses are not new, ...
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