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221. The View from the Bridge [Lobster #33 (Summer 1997)]
... been around the civil service too long and has learned their escape hatches. His certainty of this impossibility would be the more convincing if he gave any indication at all of having tried to read the available literature on the subject. Hennessy's relationship to the Anglo-American states is perhaps illustrated by his role as one of the administrators of the Kennedy Scholarship scheme which takes bright, promising, middle of the road British politicians and intellectuals across to the States to absorb the meaning of the 'special relationship' at first hand. Put-down of the decade?Edward Du Cann, some time Chairman of the Conservative Party, Chairman of the Party's 1922 Committee, and, until 1991 ...
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222. The KGB Lawsuits (Book review) [Lobster #33 (Summer 1997)]
... the kind of lines the Soviets wanted anyway, KGB involvement looks deeply improbable. In the attempt to nail the IPS, Crozier runs a load of bullshit at the reader. He recycles the old canard that Richard Welch, the CIA station chief in Athens, was murdered as a result of being identified in CounterSpy. He even describes John Kennedy as being killed by a member of the Fair Play for Cuba Committee, Lee Harvey Oswald, who was 'trained in Russia and with a Russian wife'! Crozier must know this is baloney and it undermines his case. Crozier simply cannot believe that there is an independent left. He can't get past this step: IPS follows Soviet ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 13  -  01 Jun 1997  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue33/lob33-13.htm
... ) 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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... 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 ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 5  -  01 Jun 1997  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue33/lob33-02.htm
... or 'parapolitics'. Scott is concerned with both the inadequacy of our analysis of the information that has been gathered, and the psychological denial that is the frequent response to such information. 'Today virtually everyone concedes that there is something profoundly wrong with American society. Psychological denial cannot repress this fundamental perception. Try, however, suggesting that the Kennedy assassination is a symptom of something structurally wrong in American society, and you will see this suggestion rejected, energetically, by intellectuals from the right, center, and left of the American politicial spectrum......What is going on here? '( 4 ) In short, and this is true in Britain and ...
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226. The view from the bridge [Lobster #32 (Dec 1996)]
... do in the entire world. ' Submit your suggestion for the celebration to CIA, Agency Information Staff, Director of CIA50 Program Office, Washington, DC 20505, USA. Let's think: Operation Phoenix? Supporting every scumbag regime on the right since World War 2? Facilitating the world-wide heroin plague? A parapolitical joke How many Kennedy assassination conspiracy theorists does it take to screw in a light bulb? Answer: Fifteen. One to screw it in, five to say he acted alone, one to say that someone hidden in the ceiling helped. One to film it, one to do an intense examination of the film and conclude (a ) it was tampered ...
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... define the exact status of Retinger. One Polish war-time exile leader has been quoted as saying that Retinger was 'suspected of being in close touch not so much with British politics as with certain of its discrete institutions'. Presumably SIS. See Korbonski p. 20. Later American participants included Robert MacNamara, US Secretary of Defence under Kennedy and Johnson (earlier chair of the Ford Motor Company, and later President of the World Bank); and McGeorge Bundy, who worked on the Marshall Plan, was US National Security Adviser and later special foreign policy adviser to Kennedy and Johnson 1960-65, and became President of the Ford Foundation 1966-79. His brother ...
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... to a flash residence in Greenwich Village. To some he claimed he to be the scion of the super-rich Whitney family; to others he was the son of a rich bi-chemist. Stark spoke of having studied biochemistry at various Ivy League universities and of having quit a top secret post at the Department of Defense during the Kennedy administration because the work 'disgusted' him. One scientist who knew Stark says he claimed to have been attached to the CIA 'mind control' project - later revealed as MKULTRA.(1 ) The Brotherhood of Eternal Love Stark had world-wide business interests in pharmaceuticals. Behind his various 'legit' fronts, by 1969 he had become ...
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229. Web Update [Lobster #32 (Dec 1996)]
... newsgroups. Conspiracy Nation Archives http://www.europa.com/~johnlf/cn.html Politics (US and other), conspiracy and health. Site broken up into 1995 and 1996, and gives monthly list of items published. 1996 includes Oklahoma City bombings, Waco, Ron Brown, Nazi gold, Marilyn, Kennedy and the Mob, the buying of the President, bovine growth hormone, Gulf War syndrome and aspartame (widely used artificial sweetener thought to be associated with migraines and other problems). Can be sent to your e-mail address. ConspiracyWeb http://www.awpi.com/ConspiracyWeb/index.html 'The web ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 5  -  01 Dec 1996  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue32/lob32-26.htm
... ) has been given the US Postal Service's priority mail contract without competition. A few years back Federal Express, the USPS's number one rival, absorbed the spooky Clare Chennaults's Flying Tigers. Fed Ex is a major recipient of government largesse. Red Car Man I suspect many Lobster readers were turned on to parapolitics by the suspicious deaths of the Kennedy brothers and the sloppy cover-ups which followed. (I even had Len Deighton's Jackdaw version of Rush to Judgement with its very own pop-up model of Dealey Plaza!) The Los Angeles Times reports another mysterious disappearance of evidence in the Robert Kennedy case. A fifteen year-old amateur photographer called Jamie Scott Enyart was ...
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