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111. Re: [Lobster #54 (Winter 2007/8)]
... Attlee Phillips (CIA Cuban operations chief based in Miami, where the assassination was originally going to be carried out). Also allegedly involved was Frank Sturgis, a future Watergate plotter. Hunt pulled out of the plot on learning that 'alcoholic psycho' Bill Harvey would be one of the participants. 'There were probably dozens of plots to kill Kennedy, because everybody hated Kennedy but the public.... ', Hunt's son says. 'The question is which one of them worked? My dad has always said, Thank God one of them worked. ' As to how many people fired the fatal shots, a forthcoming article by Texas A&M University researchers considers evidence ...
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112. Lobster Issue 54: Contents [Lobster #54 (Winter 2007/8)]
... , Garrick Alder The rise of warfare capitalism , Roger Cottrell Hacks, poll and PR , Tom Easton Books reviewed Clive Bloom, Terror Within David Bankier (ed.), Secret Intelligence and the Holocaust Richard Breitman et al, US Intelligence and the Nazis Charles Glass, The Northern Front David Talbot, Brothers: The hidden history of the Kennedy years Tennent H. Begley, Spy Wars Thom Burnett and Alex Games, Who Really Runs the World? Mick Farren and John Gibb, Who's Watching You? Tim Weiner, Legacy of Ashes : The History of the CIA Ernest Volkman, The History of Espionage Larry Elliot and Dan Atkinson, Fantasy Island Daniel Estulin, The True Story ...
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113. New Labour tittle-tattle [Lobster #54 (Winter 2007/8)]
... associate, Stephen Twigg ( Lobsters passim), continues with news from Liverpool that he is to replace local Iraq war opponent Bob Wareing in West Derby, a constituency with which the director of the Foreign Policy Centre had no previous connection. Twigg will be a welcome ally on Merseyside of old LFI friends and war backers Louise Ellman and Jane Kennedy. A band of brothers The tightness of the New Labour media and political circle was exemplified in the days following the November publication of the Independent Police Complaints Commission report on the Stockwell shooting when senior Guardian executive – and a possible future editor – Ian Katz described his disappointment with Metropolitan Police Commissioner Sir Ian Blair: 'By one of those ...
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114. The Road to 9/11, reviewed [Lobster #54 (Winter 2007/8)]
... about men, it is also mostly about Republicans. To the Yankee-Cowboy conflict we have to add a purely political conflict which is not entirely explained by Oglesby's analysis. Scott doesn't take the story back to the 1960s but the Walton book, Brothers, reviewed above, shows that the struggle between the Pentagon and civil America dominated the Kennedy Presidency; and it now looks entirely plausible to view post-war American history as centred around the problem created by the successful ending of the American depression of the 1930s by military spending during WW2 – the creation of Ike's military-industrial complex, which needs enemies to justify its budget and it profits. Having created it, no ...
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115. Fifth Column [Lobster #54 (Winter 2007/8)]
... scenario for troubled spots overseas. The circle around Blair suffered from hubris in believing that what worked in one set of conditions was transferable as political science without taking account of cultural and even existential variables. This probably derives from their 'universalist' instincts. We saw the same impulse in the neo-conservative camp and we saw it in the Kennedy-Johnson era. It is generally what happens when you let intellectuals near international relations. Answer – don't. Northern Ireland's apparent success (in fact, far from as clean a success in terms of civil order than often believed) was central to the Blairite vision. It is still being touted as the solution to the Palestine Question ...
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116. Historical Notes [Lobster #53 (Summer 2007)]
... for Brandon's benefit from 'series, folders and boxes in their home departments'.(4 ) An early contact seems to have been George F. Kennan(5 ) during the time when the doctrine of containment was being developed and the post-war Anglo-American alliance constructed. Later subjects were front rank US politicians such as Presidents Kennedy and Johnson and key officials such as Robert McNamara and Henry Kissinger. Brandon lived for many years next door to the UK Ambassador's residence in Washington and by all accounts was able to come and go more or less as he pleased, even sharing the tennis courts.(6 ) Low-key journalist or something else?There is ...
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117. The Political Economy of U.S. Militarism, reviewed [Lobster #53 (Summer 2007)]
... and militarism (the military-industrial complex) united with nationalist proponents of unilateralism and economic protection, moved swiftly to undermine the plans and projections of the multilateralists. ' (p . 67) (11) JFK was trying the same thing as Jimmy Carter: reduce arms expenditure and have a less ruinous competition with the Soviet bloc. Kennedy got killed; and Carter got screwed electorally by an alliance of spooks, the military and their intellectual flunkies who recreated the 'Soviet threat' (Team B, the 'Soviet brigade' on Cuba, etc.). The author's analysis distinguishes him from others who see a neo-con cabal currently running things. He shows them merely ...
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118. Someone would have talked, reviewed [Lobster #53 (Summer 2007)]
... 1960s.) Hancock discusses all the stories which apparently show advance knowledge of the assassination – gossip on the racist right, in the mob and among the anti-Castro Cubans. Sample and Collum tell us in The Men on the Sixth Floor that an oil man they met in Houston told them that half of Texas knew that LBJ had Kennedy killed. Is this plausible? I have no way of knowing. We know so little about Texas politics and organised crime in the period. For example, it is still not possible to say for certain how significant a figure Jack Ruby was in organised crime. There is little information on the relationship between the mob, law enforcement ...
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119. Anglo-America and the Third Reich [Lobster #52 (Winter 2006/7)]
... History', The Geographical Journal devoted an entire issue to Mackinder's pregnant intervention, including a reproduction of the original article. While Preparata urges that Mackinder's belligerently imperialist essay (which appeared in successive iterations up to 1919 and 1943) shaped Anglo-American policy ever afterwards, he is not alone. For example, Harvard historian Paul M. Kennedy, writing in The Guardian in mid-2004, made a parallel claim. 'Right now, ' Kennedy wrote, 'with hundreds of thousands of US troops in the Eurasian rimlands and with an administration constantly explaining why it has to stay the course, it looks as if Washington is taking seriously Mackinder's injunction to ensure control of "the ...
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... it came 'out of his own funds' and 'Tory Action runs on a shoestring. ' He also said one edition of 'Round Robin' had been paid for from Romanian government funds. This seemed to imply that Dr Michel-Titus had acted as a conduit for the money. Other money was received via someone called Lt. Colonel Douglas Kennedy, about whom I have no knowledge. In 1980 I was made a signatory for TA's bank account with Clydesdale Bank, but never signed a cheque and didn't have a chequebook in my possession: it was just in case GKY fell sick or died. No accounts were ever distributed. GKY would sometimes send me copies of his letters ...
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