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161. Animal Pharm, reviewed [Lobster #55 (Summer 2008)]
... of scientists (and those in authority), a single cause is always sought for every disease. Having 'found' the one cause, positions, careers, resources, whole industries with their lawyers and political muscle, are devoted to maintaining the 'wisdom' of this finding. One common example of this faulty wisdom is the frequent demand to kill badgers because they are believed to be the source of TB in cattle. Not so. The almost endless resources of government and the pharmaceutical industries were what a lone individual, Purdey, confronted in his search for the truth, initially simply to save his beloved cattle from extermination. There is also a paradox which lurks beneath the text ...
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162. The View from the Bridge [Lobster #55 (Summer 2008)]
... the comments noting either former Harold Wilson press officer Haines' allegation that Marcia Falkender claimed to have had an affair with Wilson in the 1950s, or the claim (supported by Bernard Donoughue in his Downing Street Diary) that Wilson's doctor, Joseph Stone, thought that Falkender's impact on Wilson was so bad and so serious that he offered to kill her. But none of the reviewers that I can find referred to the section in which Haines says on page 140 that a former chair of the Joint Intelligence Committee told him that 'he and the FCO believed she [Marcia] was an Israeli spy, but didn't, or couldn't, offer any evidence. ' Haines speculates that perhaps ...
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163. The Cecil King coup plot [Lobster #55 (Summer 2008)]
... problem with the argument that Northern Ireland constituted a 'testing ground' for repressive strategies later used against the British working class, is that it conforms to the nationalist myth of Northern Ireland as a British colony. It implies that IRA terrorists are authentic freedom fighters and in some ways allies of a British working class that they were actually trying to kill in large numbers during this same period. It implies that Loyalists are the stooges of imperialism, and hopelessly reactionary; that democracies do not have the right to fight terrorism, and so forth. This may have been the view of Ken Loach in making Hidden Agenda in 1990 but it doesn't bear up to empirical scrutiny. Information Policy ...
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164. RE: [Lobster #55 (Summer 2008)]
... the matter'. Temptation was duly overcome and he managed to convince himself that this 'would be unlawful. '( 3 ) So it had to be Henri Paul and the paparazzi after all: one dead man and a group of individuals unlikely ever to be brought to trial. Note that it is no longer an accident but an unlawful killing. Even so 'French prosecutors [have] ruled out "any possibility" of bringing the photographers back before a judge and jury simply because of the opinion of a foreign jury'.(4 ) Given the restricted choice, the jury would have been hard pressed to return verdicts other than those that they did. To give them ...
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165. All the news that fits [Lobster #55 (Summer 2008)]
... -up to the war on Iraq editor Alton refused to publish well-sourced stories from its US correspondent that the CIA knew that Saddam Hussein had no weapons of mass destruction. Ed Vulliamy repeatedly filed his on-the-record account with supporting documentation from Mel Goodman, the former head of the CIA Soviet desk. Each time Alton killed the story. Davies says: 'Something happened to The Observer in the build-up to the invasion of Iraq. The problem was not simply that they refused to print Mel Goodman's revelations. There were other stories of a similar kind which also struggled to make it into print. And the rejection of those stories which occurred while the ...
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... prefect of Lice, refused to obey a verbal order and asked for the written copy. He was fired, called to Diyarbakir, and murdered on the way. Abidian Nesimi, the prefect's son, wrote that the liquidation of government officials was ordered by Mehemet Resih, the governor of Diyarbakir, amongst others. ' He lists other officials killed for refusing to carry out the massacre. Akcam also provides the most accessible account of the unsuccessful attempt by the British and their Allies to bring the culprits to account after the War. It is worth noticing here that Akcam himself has fallen foul of the Turkish authorities. He was a student activist in the late 1960s and was eventually ...
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167. The biggest of big lies? [Lobster #55 (Summer 2008)]
... wholly on the Serbs...... Because it was Tudjman who declared his country's independence, with its own constitution, without first making any arrangements for the 600,000 Serbs in Croatia. And these Serbs still remembered what had happened to their fathers and forefathers last time Croatia was independent, when 400,000 Serbs were killed. So they didn't feel safe, and that is understandable. Consequently they, of course, reacted in a horrible manner. But that does not alter the fact that the Croats should never have done what they did. And that the European Community should never have supported them in that..... ' 'Because of the ...
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168. Briefly [Lobster #55 (Summer 2008)]
... good indeed but I found myself unable to read more than a short section at a time. It may be necessary to study the details of state strategies, from assassination (if you're black or a Native American) through to media character assassination, but it is a grim read. By world standards, The Great Satan hasn't had to kill many at home since 1900; and why it hasn't needed to is explained here. The author argues that the American state has gone 'beyond bullets', that it doesn't need violence to quell/discourage dissent. But I suspect the bullets are still there, in reserve, just in case. Notes As did David Osler (who ...
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169. Let us now praise famous researchers [Lobster #55 (Summer 2008)]
... he was a vitally important part of the mix, and virtually nothing about Sylvan Fox, the author of the first critical study of the Warren Commission's findings put out by a mainstream publisher, The Unanswered Questions about President Kennedy's Assassination (New York: Award Books, 1965). Actually, it was preceded by Thomas G. Buchanan's Who Killed Kennedy? (London: Secker & Warburg, 1964) which was published before the Warren Report came out. Buchanan was criticising the 'findings' that had been leaked out by the FBI and others and putting the 'lone mad nut' thesis into (American) historical perspective. And what was David Lifton up to back then? And ...
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170. Sources [Lobster #55 (Summer 2008)]
... html> Edward Jay Epstein, 'The Specter That Haunts the Death of Litvinenko', The New York Sun, 19 March 2008. <www.nysun.com/article/73212> This was discussed by Mary Dejevsky in The Independent on 2 May 2008, 'The Litvinenko files: Was he really murdered? ' 'Why a spy was killed', The Guardian, 26 January 2008. <www.informationclearinghouse.info/article4463.htm> Their Website is <http://homepage.ntlworld.com/alan-turnbull/afi-research.htm> Nick McDermott, 'Big Brother tapping our phones and e-mails 1,000 times a day' ...
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