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181. Feedback [Lobster #43 (Summer 2002)]
... as well as foreign policy issues (some discussed in a just-issued revised edition of Manufacturing Consent). I have even discussed its application to conspiracy theories, some the media treating as legitimate (the alleged KGB plot to murder the Pope in 1981), others dismissed as mere 'conspiracy theories' (the assassination of John F. Kennedy), according to political criteria easy to understand in our framework. Edwards doesn't know about this -- or about anything. In short, the notion that Chomsky says that 'what you believe is the truth and anyone saying otherwise is lying to you', is imbecile nonsense. The idea that the propaganda model represents a 'critique of ...
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182. Obituaries [Lobster #43 (Summer 2002)]
... was withdrawn by the publisher after legal threats by the government and became very hard to find. General Sir Walter Walker died in August 2001. A long obituary in the Daily Telegraph 13 August 2001 repeated the misinformation that Walker had founded Unison in 1974 before renaming it as Civil Assistance. In fact Unison was the creation of the late George Kennedy Young and Civil Assistance began as the civil assistance wing of Unison. Walker left Unison because, as he told me in a letter, he didn't trust Young because he was secretive and he didn't know what Young's objectives were. L. Fletcher Prouty died on 5 June 2001. Most of the obits noted that Prouty had served as ...
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... Congress founders well knew, even a tiny drop siphoned from the booming US economy could buy huge influence through US travelling scholarships for British trade unionists, Ivy League places for impecunious young academics, trips to New England in the glorious Fall for Labour MPs and extraordinarily high fees for contributing to Encounter. A few years ago in the John F Kennedy archive in Boston I came across some pleading letters from Roy Jenkins to his fellow Congress pal J. K. Galbraith seeking his help in arranging lucrative speaking platforms on a planned US tour. At one point Jenkins even complains to Galbraith that an upcoming UK general election may interfere with his money-raising scheme. US dollars mattered then ...
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... /3 this began leaking out and a number of people were murdered in Texas to try and keep the lid on it. In 1963 Vice President LBJ appeared to be going down the pan. The Baker/Estes scandals were threatening to put him in jail. Without the president's support, LBJ couldn't turn the inquiries off; and the Kennedys were happy to see the scandals brewing: they wanted LBJ off the ticket for the 1964 election. Then Kennedy was bushwhacked in LBJ's backyard and his immediate problems disappeared. This book appeared as I was finishing my little Pocket Essential volume on the Kennedy assassination (see page 19) in which, as well as discussing some of the ...
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... Eisenhower the following November. Truman had even vetoed Stevenson's suggestion that Kefauver be placed on the ticket as vice-presidential candidate. Kefauver's reform aspirations died with his political ones. It's arguable that the Democratic Party never recovered from this convention. The only Democratic candidate who looked even to be in a position to take on the Mob, Robert Kennedy, was shot within minutes of winning the California primary in 1968. At the time, he looked likely to beat the emerging Republican candidate, one Richard Nixon. The only other Democratic president, with the exception of Lyndon Johnson, between 1952 and 1976, John F Kennedy, had owed his win to the support of Sam Giancana ...
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186. Web update [Lobster #44 (Winter 2002)]
... at the heart of govt policy. Also asks to hear from anyone, especially if connected with a miscarriage of justice case, who has had phones and/or mail interfered with, and provides information and articles on Malcolm Kennedy's case. (www.red-star-research.org.uk/malcolm.html) On Malcolm Kennedy, at the time of going to press (November 2002), no judgment has been given by the Investigatory Powers Tribunal in connection with the case brought by Liberty which is challenging the Tribunal's rules and procedures as not complying with the European Convention on Human Rights and the Human Rights Act. The Tribunal has said that the judgment is ...
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187. Malcolm Kennedy: secrecy ruling [Lobster #45 (Summer 2003)]
... (c ) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 45) Summer 2003 Last | Contents | Next Issue 45 Malcolm Kennedy: secrecy ruling Jane Affleck Abstract The Tribunal established to investigate complaints about phone-tapping and the activities of the intelligence agencies has, at its first ever public hearing, quashed rules made by the Home Secretary forcing the tribunal to hold all its hearings in secret. However, the Tribunal procedure remains too secret, and its decisions cannot be appealed. Malcolm Kennedy's complaint of interference with his telecommunications is one of those proceeding before the Tribunal. In a new development that could, in theory, ultimately lead to the safety of his ...
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188. Harassment by the state [Lobster #45 (Summer 2003)]
... (c ) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 45) Summer 2003 Last | Contents | Next Issue 45 Harassment by the state Here are two articles about the ongoing harassment of individuals by unidentified forces within the state. Malcolm Kennedy (see Lobsters 39 and 41 and 43 ) is being harassed by having his attempts to create a business sabotaged because some policemen are afraid of what he experienced. In another society he would be killed or disappear. In ours he is simply being kept down. Robert Henderson is being harassed now because he made a fuss at being harassed in 1997 by Tony Blair and his circle. In effect, he is now ...
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... story yet: the growth of the power of the US military in post-war America. It is easy to lose sight of quite how startling was Dwight Eisenhower's farewell presidential address. A US president, a former Commander-in-Chief, warns America about the power of the military-industrial complex? On network television? Then Kennedy had to face down the military over Cuba. No wonder Kennedy let John Frankenheimer use the White House to shoot his movie about a military coup, 7 Days in May. Finally: readers of a delicate ideological disposition should note that Pepper is a gloriously unreconstructed American lefty and there are a couple of chapters about Martin Luther King's life ...
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190. Southeast Asia: A Testament (Book Review) [Lobster #45 (Summer 2003)]
... then and his ignorance in the late 1990s when he wrote this is difficult to comprehend or excuse. Crucially, he accepts the received view that JFK and LBJ were the same: he is apparently unaware of JFK's plan to pull the US out of Vietnam. 'Nor is there any reasons to suppose that things would have been any different had Kennedy not been killed, for he was every bit as rigid a Cold Warrior as Johnson. ' ( p. 188) This simply is not true and the fact that it is stated here by someone of Kahin's standing and experience is further depressing evidence that the knowledge of the period acquired by the Kennedy assassination researchers has yet to make ...
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