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... a British agent, an opinion 'pretty well shared by some other people who are in a position to know better than I [Jackson] ' a reference, presumably, to the CIA (p . 275). This is by far the most detailed account of Bilderberg's origins and even includes a picture of the first meeting, with then Labour leader Hugh Gaitskell on the very back row. Wilford thanks 8 bodies for financial assistance and 16 US libraries. The available archival bushes seem to have been thoroughly beaten and he confirms the basic thesis of the spook-wise left: American money was all over the British left in the Cold War: 'CIA operations affected every section of ...
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272. Election-rigging in the UK [Lobster #49 (Summer 2005)]
... from a client that their vote has been misrepresented. ' Indeed, the astonishing thing about fiddling an election is how many people won't lift a finger to prevent it. A conspiracy of silence In Lobster 43 I reported on the case of the then breaking electoral fraud case in Birmingham, which has now come to fruition with the sacking of Labour councillors who rigged the city's elections. Although warned repeatedly in advance (by very reputable civic figures) that an election was being corrupted, Birmingham Police were so annoyed at having to investigate that they code named their investigation 'Operation Gripe'. In April this year Richard Mawrey QC sacked six Labour councillors in Aston and Bordesley Green. After ...
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273. UDA: Inside the heart of Loyalist terror [Lobster #49 (Summer 2005)]
... emerged from Labour's historic landslide in the Belfast elections of 1958 and how the biggest missed opportunity in Northern Ireland's post-war history can still be laid at Stalinism's door.( [1 ] )At least McDonald and Cusack acknowledge that there was sectarian violence on both sides and that the failure of the Civil Rights movement to root itself in labour politics and distance itself from Republican goals enabled a self-serving rabble-rouser like Ian Paisley to contribute to the biggest example of self-fulfilling prophecy in history. There is new material on the emergence of McKeague's Shankill Defence Associationfrom Paisley's Ulster Protestant Volunteers.( [2 ] ) Unfortunately, there is nothing on McKeague's paedophile activities ...
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274. Paul Foot 1938 - 2004 [Lobster #49 (Summer 2005)]
... two things with Paul Foot. Over two days, he, Colin Wallace and I copy-edited the manuscript of what became Foot's Who Framed Colin Wallace? Foot was impressively objective about his own writing, accepting editing suggestions on their merits. During a lunch break he said to me: 'What's a bright guy like you doing in the Labour Party? ' I replied: 'What's a bright guy like you doing in the SWP? ' We laughed. The second time we worked together was during our most minor contributions to the Ken Loach film Hidden Agenda. The script for the film, by Jim Allen, had been informed a little by Lobster 11: the 'hidden agenda ...
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275. Beyond 'The Da Vinci Code' [Lobster #49 (Summer 2005)]
... beyond its now forgotten status in world history. A forlorn meeting of Slavic losers took place in Prague on 14 November,1944. A Manifesto of the Committee for the Liberation of the Peoples of Russia was drafted which could, if stripped of its contingent allegiance to the German war effort, pass as a neo-conservative or even New Labour manifesto sixty years later. ( [4 ] ) It was naive in its time and it slipped through the Nazi system of ideological control in the chaos of those days; ( [5 ] ) but its vision of the future was not dissimilar in many ways to that of the old Atlanticist Labour Right that fought off the Left ...
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276. The view from the bridge [Lobster #49 (Summer 2005)]
... Anglo-German Konigswinter conference and one or two on his time at St Antony's College (as a 'parliamentary fellow'). There is also a section (pp. 336-7 ) on his attendance at the 1995 Bilderberg conference. Of this he writes: 'I am sent by the Blair office as none of the front-line Labour spokesmen can go'. Oddly or not Bilderberg is not in the index. Generalissimo Somehow it was terribly cheering to learn from a posting by the National Security Archive ( [1 ] )that General Pinochet 'had used multiple aliases and false identification to maintain over 125 secret bank accounts at the Riggs National Bank and eight other financial instit ...
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277. Confessions of an Economic Hitman [Lobster #49 (Summer 2005)]
... own greedy example through rewards and punishments calculated to perpetuate it. ' (p . 204) Notes [12] This was also a feature of the British empire. Scott Newton refers to this happening in Egypt. See his Historical Notes in Lobster 42 , p. 27. [13] http://dominionpaper.ca/labour/2004/12/19/confession.html [14] See, for example, Cheryl Payer, The Debt Trap (Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1974) Last | Contents | Next ...
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... the Democrats willing to take before they conclude that attack may be the only form of defence? Notes [9 ] I haven't read the party's history before 1960 and don't know. [9 ] A great deal of this critique of the Democrats - fear of the spooks and the media, for example - applied to the pre-Blair Labour Party. Last | Contents | Next ...
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... on Cheney's influence without investigating more broadly the wider synergy between Halliburton and the Bush White House. These caveats aside, The Halliburton Agenda remains an indispensable guide to the 'crony capitalism' of global corporate culture and its corrosive effects upon the body politic of America. British corporate culture and its increasing 'synergy' with the structures of the state under Labour would benefit from similar scrutiny. Indeed such a study would be particularly timely given Tony Blair's concerted attempt to dissolve the current democratic safeguards which prevent senior civil servants and former ministers from accepting lucrative jobs in the private sectors in areas in which they had overseen policy. Take, for instance, Blair's personal intervention to overrule the decision of ...
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... wrong are irrelevant.) Second, in some cases, most notably that of the 8,000-strong Galician Division of Ukrainians, they were surrendered Axis troops who had been kept on standby by the Allies at the end of WW2 in case a war with the Soviet Union broke out; and were thus a disposal problem. A labour shortage in the UK in the immediate post-war years enabled MI6 to bring them into the UK as 'workers'. I enjoyed this book but I knew the story in outline to begin with. How intelligible it would be to someone who didn't I cannot imagine. It has an index but no documentation. However there are no ...
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