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141. Brothers, reviewed [Lobster #54 (Winter 2007/8)]
... Talbot writes well and the book was a pleasure to read (and a pleasure to read the second time). Highly recommended, both for the JFK assassination buff and for the reader with a general interest in this most fascinating period in American political history. With the conflict between the Pentagon and American civil society now in the press over Iraq, Talbot's story of politicians versus the state resonates loudly. With one foot in the 'alternative' or radical media (Mother Jones) and one in the major media, in this book Talbot has come close to bridging the gap between mainstream American political history and parapolitics.(4 ) Notes The Cuban exile community was routinely penetrated by ...
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142. Iraq [Lobster #53 (Summer 2007)]
... (c ) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 53) Summer 2007 Last | Contents | Next Issue 53 Iraq I'm still interested in the origins of the invasion of Iraq, the why and the when. At one level this is banal. We know, originally from CBS reporter David Martin, that within hours of the 9/11 attacks Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeldt was 'telling his aides to start thinking about striking Iraq, even though there was no evidence linking Saddam Hussein to the attacks'.(1 )We know that the various neo-con and/or Israeli-supporting think tanks and action groups, notably the PNAC, ...
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143. RE: [Lobster #53 (Summer 2007)]
... Iraqi Mukhabarat agency that were available in Damascus after the fall of Baghdad. ' Not that any of them are likely to be around, as ' the standard French practice when they carry out assassinations is to take their own team out .it would be highly unusual for the French to permit anyone involved in the assassination to survive. ' Iraq update Compiled by military historian Kimberly Kagan, The Iraq Report(19) is described as a ' periodic analysis of ongoing military operations in Iraq. ' Well researched and dispassionate though the Reports appear to be, one should be aware that Ms Kagan is the wife of Frederick Kagan, author of Choosing victory: a plan for success ...
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144. Good-bye Tony [Lobster #53 (Summer 2007)]
... , that he was the best conservative on offer was totally true; but even die-hard conservatives must have been shocked at his totally supine attitude to the Bush administration. He provided legitimacy to the Bush regime's worst excesses and made them an easier sell to sceptical Americans. Propping-up one of the most repressive and imperialistic regimes (Iraq, Guantanamo Bay etc.) that America has ever had is probably Blair's legacy to the world. Michael Carlson: It has been odd, as an expatriate American, to watch the Britain I've lived in for thirty years morphing in the past decade from a quaint Orwellian land to a much more American dystopia in the style of Philip ...
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145. Ribbontrop Blair [Lobster #53 (Summer 2007)]
... [abandoned] security council resolution; and the still unexplained reason for Lord Goldsmith's quick change of mind culminating in his advice that starting the war was legal even without UN backing. ' Berlins speculated: 'Even more shocking, if true, is the allegation that, many months before March 2003. Bush and Blair had already agreed to invade Iraq, no matter what anyone else, or the UN, said. There is some, though to me inconclusive, evidence of that. ' Berlins wrote, 'For what it's worth, my view [on legal, not moral grounds] is that it would be very difficult to prove the prime minister's intent to commit aggression. ' ...
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... also exposes the sheer hypocrisy of nuclear-armed nations demanding that another nation not have them – especially when that nation is practically surrounded by nuclear-armed states or bases. The problem of oil is, however, central to the Iranian situation. Iran has the second largest reserves of oil of any nation. The supply of oil from Iraq, which presumably the 2003 invasion was meant to secure, has been reduced by the continual sabotage by those resisting the US-led occupation, and all the while the global reserves of oil continue their steady depletion; and, even more worrying for the western democracies, most of which are dependent now on imported oil, countries such ...
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147. Fifth Column [Lobster #53 (Summer 2007)]
... April, Head of Counter-Terrorism, Peter Clarke, complained about the damage being done to counter-terrorism efforts by politically inspired leaks of operations by unnamed sources. Blair backed him, but the issue was particularly con-tentious if only because two persons, including a civil servant, were simultaneously being tried for leaks associated with the Iraq war. Leaking is a political act and the operational leaking appeared to be directed by one part of government at the expense of operational efficiency by the government's own agents on the ground. The reasons for state panic Despite all the talk of terrorism, close analysis of news reports about the 'reforms' suggested that Reid was directing his efforts ...
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148. Lobbying [Lobster #53 (Summer 2007)]
... (Not that this did them much good in Chancellor Brown's March budget this year.) Nor did the Chagos Islanders gain anything by securing judgement against the government in the courts. More successful examples which also illustrate litigation lobbying's increasing boundaries could be: British coroners taking on the American government vis-à -vis 'friendly fire' deaths in Iraq; Westminster's recently established All Party Rendition Group. The latter has agreed with human rights groups to use American laws 'to get Washington to reveal how many CIA flights carrying detainees landed in Britain. They are also planning to table an amendment to the civil aviation bill going through parliament, or the police bill . . . ' Government lobbying ...
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149. Blairusconi: populism and elite rule [Lobster #53 (Summer 2007)]
... (c ) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 53) Summer 2007 Last | Contents | Next Issue 53 Blairusconi: populism and elite rule Mike Small Tony Blair will be remembered not just for the slaughter in Iraq, and the subsequent collapse of Labour in Scotland in face of a resurgent SNP, but as the Labour leader who could have forged common links across Europe but chose to side with one of the continent's most despised figures. Charles Clarke, one of the last in a long line of damaged ministerial casualties, articulated this clearly when he broke ranks after being ejected from the Cabinet. Clarke, a Europhile, stated: 'The relationships with ...
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150. Lobster Issue 53: Contents [Lobster #53 (Summer 2007)]
... Philanthropic imperialism , William Clark Tittle-tattle , Tom Easton The secret of 'the Balfour Declaration' , Mike Peters Steady Eddie blows the gaff , Robin Ramsay Good-bye Tony , Lobster's writers Fifth Column , Tim Pendry Re: , Terry Hanstock Historical notes ,Scott Newton Inside Gordon's head , Robin Ramsay View from the bridge , Robin Ramsay Iraq , Robin Ramsay Mind control , Robin Ramsay Lobbying , Corinne de Souza MI5 and the threat from the left in the 1970s Blair Ribbentrop , Andrew Rosthorn Blaususconism , Mike Small The limits of accountability , Jonathan Bloch Books reviewed W. D. Rubinstein, Men of Property Andreas Malm, and Shora Esmailian, Iran on the brink Steve McGiffen ...
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