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... forward specific areas of Tesla research and in monitoring the wacky fringes of cults and contemporary fads. This eventually led him to visit Brazil to study 'faith healing',(15) to patent many of his own inventions facilitating the use of radio waves, to work for the US Atomic Energy Authority, and, in 1970, to visit Israel, at the request of the CIA, to assess the abilities of Uri Geller. During this time Puharich worked closely with Sir John Whitmore.(16) They visited Warsaw in 1974 where they set up a radio receiver, supposedly to receive signals about an imminent alien invasion of Earth. The Communist bloc took a dim view of ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 14  -  01 Jun 2000  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue39/lob39-16.htm
... . This claimed 'Aramco managers had systematically over-produced the major oil-fields from 1970 1973', essentially to suck as much out of the ground as possible prior to nationalisation by the Saudis. (p . 50) Simmons explains that King Faisal's October 1973 oil embargo was brought on as a direct response to America's decision to arm Israel and clears up the mistaken but commonly held belief that this embargo raised prices. The fourfold to six-fold oil price hike was, in fact, due to the evaporation of spare oil capacity coupled with the fact that 'global oil demand had become a runaway train'. (p . 55) This price increase had the positive ...
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... in the Middle East. 'Israel's desperation for foreign exchange means Russian Mafiosi have been allowed to integrate themselves into the country's political and financial system. Many Russians with criminal records have used their wealth to promote themselves into the top echelons of Israel's political parties. ' Think then what that might mean for international politics, given the close ties of Israel to the United States and the extent to which the latter's election process depends on huge cash injections. Kochan also tells us that laundered money in this case from the former dictator of Nigeria, General Sani Abacha helped Tony Blair get New Labour off the ground. "The British Financial Services Authority conducted its own investigation of British banks' ...
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114. cover.pdf [Free Article]
... • The view from the bridge, by Robin Ramsay Brexit: an accident waiting to happen, by Simon Matthews 73 • Team mercenary GB Part 2 – This is the modern world, by Nick Must • Blackmail in the Deep State, by Jonathan Marshall • Colin Wallace and the Historical Institutional Abuse Inquiry, by Robin Ramsay • Blair and Israel, by Robin Ramsay • Sex scandals and sexual blackmail in America's deep politics, by Jonathan Marshall • The Hess flight: still dangerous for historians – even after 75 years, by Andrew Rosthorn • Deaths in Parliament: a legend re- examined, by Garrick Alder • The Russian Laundromat and Blackpool Football Club, by Andrew Rosthorn • ...
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... since, was the subject of an interview published in the American magazine The Spotlight, April 6 1998. Anyone who doubts the anti-semitic nature of The Spotlight should consult this issue. It is full of anti-Jewish stories which reach some kind of peak on p. 12, which carries a story, 'Sex slaves Imported to Israel', illustrated by a cartoon of 'white girls' being auctioned by Jews, which would not have been out of place in Nazi Germany. Like others before him, Girard talks to The Spotlight because no-one else is interested in what he has to say. The world is full of nutters In a article I wrote for ...
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116. Sources [Lobster #30 (Dec 1995)]
... of the British military-industrial complex in arming it. A fuller account will appear in the next Lobster, but for information on this report's publication, contact Defend the Kurds in Britain and Europe Campaign, 0171 250 1315. Funny, flexible old thing, the concept of 'Europe'. In the Eurovision Song Contest, 'Europe' includes Israel; and NATO member Turkey is apparently going to join the European Union. Chipping away Chip Berlet is a sort of American Gerry Gable: while formally monitoring the far right, he ends up in some funny places with some funny people. Berlet was discussed by Daniel Brandt in Lobster 24 (pp. 7 and 8) and now ...
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117. Iraq [Lobster #53 (Summer 2007)]
... the Saddam Hussein regime with a democratic government that respects the rights of the Iraqi people and and ceases to threaten the community of nations. ' Despite signing up a whole raft of Washington bigwigs, the leaders of a group of former Soviet bloc satellites trying to curry favour with America, Vaclav Havel of the Czech Republic, Natan Sharansky of Israel and Carl Bildt, the prime minister of Sweden, the committee was closed down in 2003 because its human rights rationale for the war had been abandoned in favour of WMDs. 'We were cut out, ' Jackson explains, 'after the whole thing went to Rumsfeld. The Department of Defense didn't want anyone looking over their shoulder. Rumsfeld ...
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118. Saddam Hussein on Trial [Lobster #56 (Winter 2008/9)]
... between 2004-2005] told me when we discussed the book that it was done by the CIA. ' (p . 56). Saddam Hussein's 1990 incursion into Kuwait, carved out early in the century by European colonialism to deny Iraq a seacoast, was his most fatal tactical error. In contrast to the lame international response when Israel invaded Lebanon in 1982, a blizzard of Security Council Resolutions under article seven of the United Nations condemned an errant Iraq. For some reason, Saddam Hussein kept his troops in Kuwait while the US gathered its resources for a massive blow. 'When Ahtisaari, the UN Assistant Secretary General visited Iraq in 1991, he said that the semi ...
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119. The Searchlight saga continued [Lobster #27 (Jun 1994)]
... was thus transmitted through the CPGB, until recently the biggest group on the British left, and thence out into the wider left. The other grouping with an interest in maintaining the existence of a 'fascist threat' has been the Israeli lobby. Crudely, a post-war fascist threat in Europe helped legitimize the existence of the state of Israel. Both strands come together in Searchlight. Publisher Gerry Gable was a CPGB member, and Searchlight's 'European Correspondent', Graeme Atkinson, worked for the party's paper, the Morning Star, until being fired in 1986. (On Atkinson see 'Yard probes Len's sorties in Sofia', Barrie Penrose and David Connett, in the Sunday Times ...
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120. Bits and Pieces [Lobster #25 (Jun 1993)]
... out of the forest in an hour, bringing with him a rabbit that showed signs of having been beaten. When the American and the Russian protested that object of the exercise had been to capture a deer, the Israeli pointed at the rabbit and said, 'The rabbit confessed. He is a deer. ' Taken from Triple Cross: Israel, the Atomic Bomb and the man who leaked the story, Louis Toscano (Robert Hale, London 1991) p. 231. Other spook jokes would be welcomed. Public Records Office New Openings In January the 1962 files of the Public Records Office were opened. These included: GS Grenade, Hanratty, Police National Computer, bombing ...
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