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121. The view from the bridge [Lobster #48 (Winter 2004)]
... in the United States. (The 'house journal' of the neo-cons in the 1970s was Commentary, the journal of the American Jewish Committee.) Alarmed by the 'even-handed' approach taken by Henry Kissinger and Nixon during the 1973 Israeli war with the Arabs, the Israeli lobby set about remaking US foreign policy to protect Israel. This involved first recreating the Soviet Union as the big bad wolf (Cold War 2). As Curtis showed, this entailed the wholesale fabrication of a renewed 'Soviet threat', at the heart of which was the so-called Team B exercise.(6 )Then the Soviets were presented as the controllers of international terrorism ...
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122. Our American problem [Lobster #48 (Winter 2004)]
... main point of the book are more targeted at her American readership than at a European one. For example, she is at pains to emphasise how unconservative this whole philosophy is: how out of step with traditional American values as they used to be preached. She also revels in showing how 'anti-semitic' the Straussians' pro-Israel policies are Palestinians are Semites too, of course, as well as Jews which few Americans will like to hear. Her comparison between the followers of Strauss and of the Moslem teacher Sayyid Qutb, known as 'the man who inspired bin Laden', may come as more of a shock to Americans than to Europeans, who spotted the ...
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123. A Pretext for War; Ghost Wars (Book Reviews) [Lobster #48 (Winter 2004)]
... Coll is ultimately putting the case for the CIA in the post 9-11 blame game, Bamford's much less detailed account has a different political purpose. As the subtitle suggests, he uses the later sections of the book to run a critique of the Bush regime's case for war and the activities of the neo-con, pro-Israel cabal at the heart of the Bush government: the whole sorry saga of Chalabi and the INC, the politicisation of intelligence, the Office of Special Plans and the production of fake 'intelligence'. The underlying lessons of these two books are two. The first is the extraordinary difficulties in funnelling information from the bottom to the top of ...
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124. Terrorism, Anti-Semitism and Dissent [Lobster #47 (Summer 2004)]
... in mind. Paul Lindley, the former US Congressman, wrote in his They Dare To Speak Out: People and Institutions Confront the Israeli Lobby (Lawrence Hill & Co 1986): 'During the Iranian hostage crisis in 1980, columnist Jack Anderson quoted "US intelligence reports", actually supplied by the Israeli embassy by way of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee, that the PLO had mined the embassy to frustrate any rescue attempt by the United States. The intelligence reports proved to be bogus. ' It will be remembered that the failure of US President Jimmy Carter to rescue the hostages had an important bearing on his defeat by Ronald Reagan and it is on this final decade ...
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125. The view from the Bridge [Lobster #47 (Summer 2004)]
... Rawnsley's book, Servants of the People. The Serbs may have intended doing this, but the 'plan' shown to the western media, complete with handy little illustrations, was a fake. Well, there it is again, this time cited by Paddy Ashdown, on p. 412 of the second volume of his diary. Labour and Israel In Lobster 44 I noted that it had been reported in The Times that Stephen Byers MP was hoping to make a political comeback by becoming chair of the Labour Friends of Israel (LFI). In the event that failed. I was interested to read an article by Byers in the Guardian 15 March 2004 (4 ) which he ...
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... world to make it behave less like the violent, war-loving, imperialist monster that it has become. This section I found fairly tedious to read because it is more or less a summary work of reference, rather than an historical account. It is important to see all the occasions on which the US vetoed UN resolutions critical of Israel and South Africa, for example, but it isn't interesting to read them. It has been the biggest of big lies: the world's most aggressive and violent post-war imperial power is believed, by most of its people and much of the media-political class, to be a peaceful, anti-imperialist power. Excuse ...
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127. Iraq [Lobster #47 (Summer 2004)]
... to assassinate the first President Bush; to field-test Rums-feld's proposals for military reform; to reduce US dependency on the Saudis by securing some leverage over Iraqi oil supplies; to allow the US to evacuate its troops from Saudi Arabia, thereby removing a point of anti-American rage; to destroy an important regional threat to Israel; to make sure that Saddam could not acquire the capacity for nuclear blackmail after, France, Germany and other countries dismantled the UN embargo; to express America's self-love by offering to replicate American political institutions abroad; to counter "moral relativism" by revealing that the world really is divided between good and evil. ' ( ...
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128. American PR and Iraq [Lobster #47 (Summer 2004)]
... well with The Passion.They will not be unseated by, say, alternative photographs of the toppling of Saddam Hussein's statue/SH caught in a rabbit-hole/on trial; or, whenever it happens, a captured Osama Bin Laden. Like The Passion, they fit snugly beneath the Middle East's 'arch' America/Britain/Israel a.k .a . 'The Great Satan'. They are nourished by memories of the ancient loveliness of Palestine's bulldozed olive groves, along with the villagers and villages they sustained; and the unfolding horror, amid the beauty of date palms, nabuk and eucalyptus trees, in Iraq. They are not displaced by competing images e ...
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129. Bean counters and empire [Lobster #46 (Winter 2003)]
... , Korea (1950/1953, at 35 pages a welcome distillation by General Sir Anthony Farrar-Hockley of his 2 Volume Official History), Kenya (1952-1956 by General Sir Frank Kitson) and Cyprus (1955-1959). Looked at in a cold historical and political context the Zionist founders of the modern state of Israel come across very badly; while the EOKA group appear to be dismal irredentists basking in the kind of exaggerated nationalism recently seen with lethal consequences across the Balkans. Given that Cyprus and Palestine both remain at the time of writing serious regional and international disputes, any British observer looking back at the UK's previous involvement in these areas might be ...
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130. Perfidious Albion: an end to deceit [Lobster #46 (Winter 2003)]
... Yasmin Alibhai-Brown, under the headline 'Watch out for these sinister ideologues' (October 27, 2003), fiercely attacked British neo-conservatives, echoing Curtis's charge of duplicity being at the heart of British foreign policy. A Muslim, critical of many things done in its name, she has routinely challenged the silencing of criticism of Israel in the name of anti-Semitism. Alibhai-Brown voices the slow but important politicisation of Britain's 1.8 million Muslims, long seen as solid supporters of Labour. Blair's recent wars seem to have begun to change that. When Labour lost control of Birmingham earlier this year after 19 years in charge, Mohammad Naseem, the ...
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