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... . If that were the case, then almost all mainstream left and liberal discourse in the US would collapse. Bruce Cumings wrote a long history of the origins of the Korean War3 in which he said clearly that there is no way to answer the question 'Who started it? ' In a way this is just as irrelevant as 'Who killed JFK? ' However, what makes Cumings' book remarkable is that he not only does not reject out of hand the idea that tight coincidence within a penumbra of strong political action may warrant useful conclusions about the manner and nature of decisions taken by people in power; he is careful to make the distinction between what can be documented and ...
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... successful despite, or because of, being described as 'sub-porn claptrap'. 24 Dee said at the time that he was leaving Radio Caroline 'while the going was good' possibly an indication of the parlous state of the station's finances and of the looming legislation to ban it. Page 20 Winter 2009/10 Lobster 58 assassination of JFK.2 5 He named a number of living US public figures as having played a role in the killing. This was an extraordinary direction for a piece of TV to take in 1970 but 'The Simon Dee Show' was broadcast live and not pre- recorded and/or edited as would be the case today. London Weekend TV ...
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163. The view from the bridge (Winter 2009/2010) [Lobster #58 (Winter 2009/2010)(free)] [Free Article]
... 123 Winter 2009/10 Lobster 58 at work.28 He now has a safe Tory seat, will be in parliament at the next election and, I would guess, in the Tory cabinet immediately afterwards. Could it be that MI6 are using Stewart as part of a plan to extricate this country from the Af-Pak quagmire? JFK Douglas Horne, formerly chief military analyst with the Assassination Archives Review Board: 'A former editor of LIFE magazine has just provided explosive information, in November of 2009, that indicates the Attorney General of the United States, Robert F. Kennedy, was working with LIFE in November of 1963 to bring down Vice President Lyndon Johnson and ruin ...
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... : PicNic Publishing) 290 pages, £9 .99 ISBN 9780955610547 Twenty years of talks by the editor of this journal, following the themes reflected in its pages; from CIA attempts to destabilise New Zealand, through the exploration of the influence of the security and intelligence services on British politics; the role of conspiracy theories; CIA, JFK; the failure of Labour and the rise of NuLab; and out into some of the more arcane areas, notably UFOs and mind control. All the good stuff, in other words. Available from bookshops and Amazon.co.uk 9 With the CPGB (courtesy of MI5: see the review of Christopher Andrew's book above) ...
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165. Climbing the Bookshelves by Shirley Williams (Book review) (Winter 2009/2010) [Lobster #58 (Winter 2009/2010)(free)] [Free Article]
... Conservatives? Evacuated by her parents to the United States in the Second World War, Williams has been criss-crossing the Atlantic ever since. Within days of her 1979 election defeat she was offered a Harvard fellowship; her second marriage was to the American political academic Richard Neustadt who had spent time discreetly monitoring Hugh Gaitskell's Labour Party for the JFK White House; and even as an SDP politician briefly in the Commons and then in the Lords, she was regularly back among the liberal East Coast fraternity. But readers looking for insight into the US/UK relationship from someone so well positioned will be disappointed, as they will be in seeking any sharp observations on British politics. ...
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166. The Dr Strangeloves of the Mind (Summer 2010) [Lobster #59 (Summer 2010)(free)] [Free Article]
... as that of War and Peace. Here you'll find new information about James Angleton, James McCord (one of the early Olson investigators and later a Watergate burglar), William Colby, Richard Helms, William Donovan, Allen Dulles (later the intelligence community's 'minder' on the Warren Commission, who had earlier been sacked from the CIA by JFK) and many others, including Dr Harold Abramson and the Dr Strangelove of the whole shebang, Dr Sidney Gottlieb. Like his associates, Gottlieb saw his work – this included dosing unwitting subjects with LSD, many of whom would suffer from psychological scars for the rest of their life, and some who even died – as entirely justified ...
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167. The view from the bridge (Summer 2010) [Lobster #59 (Summer 2010)(free)] [Free Article]
... understanding and goodwill among men occupying the highest positions in the life of each country than to try to influence the man in the street directly. ' Retinger describes the formation of the group, the thinking behind it, the early meetings and personnel.8 None of this is new but this is the horse's mouth, as it were. JFK and withdrawal from Vietnam It has become taken for granted by many JFK researchers that JFK planned to withdraw US armed forces from Vietnam. (This was one of the central themes in Oliver Stone's film JFK, for example.) On this thesis, JFK researcher, Robert Dorff, has pointed out that in an interview in April 1964 ...
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... into supporting the invasion when it foundered 7 – and into JFK's assassination, where they do a version of the standard historians' body swerve round the subject: 'The almost-certain assassin, a troubled former marine named Lee Harvey Oswald... ' (p . 227). Similarly they are carefully sceptical and non-committal about JFK and Vietnam:'....over time [JFK] became increasingly sceptical about South Vietnam's prospects and hinted that he would seek an end to the U.S . commitment.....a few authors have gone further and argued that JFK had quietly commenced a withdrawal from Vietnam.....the ...
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169. Inside the AARB, Volume IV by Douglas P. Horne (Book review) (Summer 2010) [Lobster #59 (Summer 2010)(free)] [Free Article]
... must have reached deep into the government itself. And perhaps that is where my ultimate frustration lies, in that after nearly fifty years, we are counting the conspirators on the head of the pin, but only fiction writers have come close to sticking the pin into the donkey's behind. This was the argument being presented by James Douglass in JFK and The Unspeakable, which I reviewed here in Lobster, an effort to try to narrow what might be called suspects in the macro conspiracy. Work like Horne's is admirable, because of his devotion to honesty and completeness. We could ask for it to be more concise, better written, easier to follow. But that's not the ...
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170. Well, how did we get here? (Winter 2010) [Lobster #60 (Winter 2010) (free)] [Free Article]
... of the Bank of England's Competition and Credit Control proposals (discussed in this chapter) in 1971. Du Cann was then chair of the merchant bank Keysers. Edward DuCann, Two Lives (Upton on Severn: Images Publishing, 1995) p. 131. 28 This began during JFK's term in office. It is not widely understood that JFK was more or less a Rooseveltian Democrat who sought – rather like Harold Wilson – to rebuild the US manufacturing economy and rein in the US economy's tendency to invest abroad. He was hated by Wall Street, not for what he did – none of his radical proposals had got through Congress by the time of his assassination – but for ...
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