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... the early Eighties and a prominent member of the SDP national committee. Chris Smith Slipman, Bryan and Neuberger were joined at the 1986 BAP gathering in Philadelphia by George Robertson's fellow Cabinet colleague, Chris Smith. The MP for Islington South is no stranger to the United States. Between his first degree at Cambridge and his doctorate there, a Kennedy scholarship took him to Harvard for a year. A few years in local government earned him the chance of a seat and shortly after being elected became, first, secretary and then chairman of the Tribune group of Labour MPs. Majorie Mowlam Even more familiar with the United States is another Blair Cabinet member with a doctorate and a past ...
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... ) Sue Nye, Gordon Brown's personal assistant, lives with Gavyn Davies, chief economist with the American bankers, Goldman Sachs.(50) Jonathan Powell, Blair's foreign policy advisor, is a former foreign office official whose previous posting was in the British embassy in Washington.(51) Chris Smith, now Heritage Minister, was a Kennedy Scholar in the USA (as were David Miliband and Ed Balls).(52) Patrician Hewitt works for the US company Anderson Consulting. Tessa Blackstone, now an education minister, is a governor of the Ditchley Foundation. And then there's Peter Mandelson. Via the United Nations Association, of all obscure vehicles, by the end ...
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133. History Will Not Absolve Us (Book review) [Lobster #34 (Winter 1998)]
... (c ) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 34) Winter 1998 Last | Contents | Next Issue 34 History Will Not Absolve Us Orwellian control, public denial, and the murder of President Kennedy E. Martin Schotz Kurtz, Ulmer and DeLucia, Brookline, Massachusetts, 1996 Distributed in the UK by Plough Publishing House (at 01580 883344), 15.50 This is a very odd book. It is beautifully printed, bound and laid-out - a pleasure to handle. Unfortunately the content doesn't match the package. It's a 25-page essay by Schotz with 250 pages of vaguely supportive documentation. Schotz is stuck in a kind ...
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134. Our Secret Servants: the Shayler affair [Lobster #34 (Winter 1998)]
... . During the campaign for leader of the Labour Party, Tony Blair assured a number of Labour MPs whose votes he was seeking that Peter Mandelson would play no part in the campaign. Of course he was lying. As the flimsiest of 'cover' stories, for the duration of the campaign Mandelson became 'Bobby' - a reference to Bobby Kennedy who had been in charge of some of John F. Kennedy's election campaigns. Tony and Peter, John and Bobby......cue faint strains of 'Camelot'. Sunday Times 31 August 1997 Sunday Telegraph 31 August 1997 She was named as a former SIS officer in The Times on 2 August 1997, but had ...
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135. Acid: the secret history of LSD (Book review) [Lobster #35 (Summer 1998)]
... would also be given complete control over Stark's business empire. Thrown out of the house by Laing, Stark went to see Abrams - who 'pumped him for information', which he subsequently shared with Bing Spear. Abrams adds for good measure, 'Stark had told me .. .. .that he was seconded to the White House under Kennedy so he may have been there at the time of the Kennedy assassination. ' (Damn, not that again). Perhaps the weirdest single episode in Abrams' story - and the one which casts most doubt on his Stark-watching career - predates his first contact with Stark by seven years. In 1962 Abrams, who had ...
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136. Sources [Lobster #35 (Summer 1998)]
... , Verne Lyon, states:'....realities must be faced. For some time we have seen the hope of realizing any true or lasting change to the structure and operational capabilities of the national security agencies wither away until the prospects have all but faded from view... ' JFK sources Two significant articles on the Kennedy assassination appeared in Probe. 'Harvey and Lee: the case for two Oswalds' by John Armstrong is split into two parts in Probe September-October and November-December 1997. Armstrong went back to the primary evidence and re-examined all the biographical material on Oswald. This shows that there were, unmistakably, two Oswalds: ...
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137. Operation Black Dog [Lobster #35 (Summer 1998)]
... of investigation resulted in the development of the following mission details. Black Dog Original source (B ) states that Black Dog entailed the launch of a US Navy warplane from a US carrier on station in the Red Sea. The source remains unable to identify from which of two carriers the aircraft launched (both the USS Saratoga and the USS Kennedy were on station in the Red Sea during this time-frame: 24/25 February 1991). Nor is the source able to provide exact date of this mission. The source further stated that air-crew and ground-crew were CIA. The source continued by stating that the aircraft dropped biological warfare munitions on an Iraqi ...
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... ten other murders. He was acquitted of shooting civil rights leader Vernon Jordan, but says the jury made a mistake. He admits shooting Hustler magazine publisher Larry Flynt in 1978, but was never prosecuted.......Flynt survived his shooting but was paralyzed. ' So Flynt wasn't shot because of his interest in the Kennedy assassination! Life truly is a disappointment sometimes. Insider view Jeffrey Bale (see Lobsters 18 , 19 , 21 , 29 ) sent me the following from Leo D. Carl's CIA Insider's Dictionary of US and Foreign Intelligence, Counterintelligence & Tradecraft (Washington, DC: National Intelligence Book Centre, 1996). 'Lobster: title of an ...
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... Issue 35 Assassination Science: Experts Speak Out On the Death of JFK Edited by James H. Fetzer Catfeet Press, Chicago Distributed in the UK by The Eurospan Group, 3 Henrietta St, London WC2E 8LU at 29.50 (hb) 14.95 (pb) This is a very important contribution to the primary research on the Kennedy assassination. It contains essays which prove (a ) that the Zapruder film was substantially edited and cannot be taken as anything like a real record of the event, and (b ) that the autopsy X-rays were faked. Both claims have been made before but the essays in this book seem to me - no expert on ...
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... verification? Primary sources? Well, try this: Moon dredges up somebody called 'Max' who built his own flying saucer (from pie tins) in which he flew at supersonic speeds around the US in the 1940s and 50s with a crew of eight women. Later on we bump into speculation on the pro-Nazi sympathies of the Kennedy family (mildly interesting), L. Ron Hubbard, Otto Skorzeny, and David Icke's view of Bill Clinton, George Bush and the Skull and Bones Society. The illustration are particularly good. I liked the photograph of the flying saucers used by the Luftwaffe in the Battle of Britain. Sadly, Moon has to admit that although ...
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