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491. Philanthropic imperialism [Lobster #53 (Summer 2007)]
... This backlash is particularly pronounced in the former Soviet states of Eurasia, as well as in China, Venezuela, Egypt, and Zimbabwe. Representatives of democracy assistance NGOs have been harassed, offices closed, and staff expelled. Even more vulnerable are local grantees and project partners who have been threatened, assaulted, prosecuted, imprisoned, and even killed. ' In addition to impeding democracy assistance efforts, 'regimes are adopting proactive approaches, channelling funds to anti-democratic forces and using ersatz NGOs to frustrate genuine democratisation. ' (emphasis added) (In other words, the NED is criticising other countries' phoney NGOs by saying that the NED's phoney NGOs are more real.) ...
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492. The Cuntocracy [Lobster #62 (Winter 2011 ) (free)] [Free Article]
... and the US is now the only Super- cuntocracy – a high-flying moral rhetoric was joined with an 'opportunist crawling among a great scatter of unfocused fears and demands'— again perfect: there is our teleology. The main content of this form of 'politics' was a struggle among those equally expert in practical next steps in the thrust toward killing for sordid or for idealistic reasons — again a text book formulation.2 5 One final problem with promoting the term is that the loony left will say that it will be useful to big business and dictators. Perfect: if that is the case we will be welcomed into academia with open arms. Once normalised, if there was ...
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493. Fifth Column [Lobster #53 (Summer 2007)]
... -up of the Home Office was on the cards later in January. Within a couple of weeks, there was another round of anti-terror arrests. The latest arrests were interesting because they did not suggest a bomb plot against the public but an extension of the Iraq insurgency. They were allegedly centred on a plot to capture and kill for Internet distribution one or more Muslim-British soldiers on British soil. Later, it was the spin on this particular case that was to trigger the ire of the head of Counter-Terrorism. It is hard not to draw the conclusion that someone somewhere wanted MPs and the public to be terrified of the Islamist threat as new ...
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494. Blairusconi: populism and elite rule [Lobster #53 (Summer 2007)]
... ' <www.fabian-society.org.uk/documents/ViewADocument.asp?ID=116&CatID=52?> Tom Bentley and Paul Miller, Financial Times 24 September 2004 Leo Abse, The Man behind the Smile (London: Robson, 2003) p. 82 In 2003 Berlusconi claimed that Mussolini had never killed anyone. It was an early example of a series of often bizarre and deplorable utterances. <http://news.bbc.co.uk/1 /hi/world/europe/3101198.stm> Susan Watkins, 'A Weightless Hegemony', New Left Review, January-February 2004. 'Blair's Italian Fiasco' ...
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495. The limits of accountability [Lobster #53 (Summer 2007)]
... A broad ranging public inquiry/parliamentary select committee investigation into British collaboration with the American 'war on terror'. The Government should cease utilising information obtained through the use of torture, rendition and secret and illegal detentions The Government should publicly pressurise the US to cease their extralegal activities, for example torture, secret prisons, rendition, extra judicial killings etc.. The British Government should, where appropriate, implement the Venice Commission recommendations. The Intelligence and Security Committee should become a Parliamentary Select Committee and adopt a more robust attitude to its brief. This essay was delivered as a paper at a conference, 'Torture and Security Agencies' in the "War on Terror" ', ...
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496. Shameless! (book reviews) (2011) [Lobster #62 (Winter 2011 ) (free)] [Free Article]
... and Socialist Action to take over the ARA. Why was it so important for them to control the anti-racist agenda? Livingstone says it was because of a need to campaign against racist attacks in London. Has he always been consistent about his? Consider, for instance, the New Cross Fire in which 13 young black people were killed – long considered to have been the result of an arson attack, and possibly racially motivated. The inquest into their deaths took place at County Hall in May 1981. There is no mention at all of this in the book – though in May 1981 Livingstone could perhaps be forgiven for missing the event given that he was then fully ...
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... to evangelical religion in the period. It was a central theme in Cold War cultural politics. Individualism was closely identified with Christian or Judaeo-Christian religion and played an important ideological role in broadly speaking secular organisations. The John Birch Society was founded in 1958. It took its name from a Baptist missionary and intelligence officer who had been killed by the Communist Chinese and whom they described as the first casualty of the Cold War. The Birchers claimed that America was being undermined by a secret communist conspiracy. They stood for resistance to collectivism and for the freedom of the individual. Writing in 1970 the founder of the society, Robert Welsh, declared that 'we have taken on ...
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498. Web Update [Lobster #34 (Winter 1998)]
... news, netwatch, back issues, Index index (country by country update of free speech issues), features. Committee to Protect Journalists http://www.cpj.org/ Founded 1981, CPJ defends the right of journalists around the world to report news without fear of reprisal. Menu includes news alerts, journalists imprisoned and killed, annual report, database (a searchable updated record of press freedom violations in more than 100 countries since Jan. '95, e.g . physical attacks, threats, detentions, murders, criminal prosecutions). Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility http://snyside.sunnyside.com/home/ 'CPSR is a public- ...
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499. Mind Control and the American Government [Lobster #23 (Jun 1992)]
... ', a procedure which the good doctor described as 'child's play'. Estabrooks even offered the suggestion that Lee Harvey Oswald and Jack Ruby 'could very well have been performing through hypnosis. ' The article's date? May 13, 1968, two weeks before the assassination of Robert F. Kennedy: the title? 'To sleep: perchance to kill'. Notes Much of the information in this article is derived from the files compiled by John Marks, author of The Search for the Manchurian Candidate (expanded Dell edition, 1988). The files, now stored at the National Security Archives in Washington, D.C ., contain some 20,000 pages of declassified CIA ...
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... in the previous month's Spearhead, although I cannot find it in the relevant issue. See David Leigh, the Guardian 10 September 1979, and The Observer, 9 April 1978. For the NF view of these events see the editorial in NF News, 13 May 1978, and Spearhead 119, July 1978 p. 3. Nobody was killed by these devices, made of weedkiller and contained in receptacles such as toffee tins. See Guardian and The Times for 21 January 1981. Hill and Bell (op. cit.), 1988 p. 125. Reported in the Guardian, 22 January 1979. Time Out, 11 January 1980. One NAFF activist from this period ...
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