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81. Everything is going to change [Lobster #56 (Winter 2008/9)]
... Who benefits? In JFK's case, the answers to that question have sometimes led researchers down blind alleys. While Douglas may not 'solve' the assassination, his book's focus is the careful consideration of motive, which he approaches from a starting point of Catholic theology, specifically that of Thomas Merton, the Trappist monk whose devotion to peace and liberation was often at odds with his own church, not to mention the so-called American religious mainstream. Far from leading Douglas down blind alleys, this approach opens doors for him, because if you can demonstrate clearly, as he does, that Kennedy had made a conscious decision to end the Cold War, the whole issue of Cui bono ...
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82. Rebel, rebel [Lobster #56 (Winter 2008/9)]
... the southern state, was always problematic, not least because many senior British politicians and intelligence chiefs were either smarting at the loss of the territory and totally lacked trust in the bona fides of their southern Irish counterparts, considering many to be still IRA men at heart, waiting for the opportunity to restart the war; or there was a liberal hope that limited self-government was a step towards some form of political rapprochement and reunion, albeit on different terms than before. Few were willing to accept that Ireland really was a foreign country. On the other hand there were situations in which some form of co-operation was advisable, and with war looming this became the most important issue. ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 14  -  01 Dec 2008  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue56/lob56-45.htm
83. The once and future king? [Lobster #56 (Winter 2008/9)]
... explanation by Hosken of the context and psychology behind the views of the ultra-left might have given some ballast and credibility to views that now look seriously deluded. In May 1977 Livingstone became GLC representative for Hackney North. A few weeks later he was selected as Labour Party Prospective Parliamentary Candidate (PPC) for Hampstead defeating Vincent Cable (currently a Liberal Democrat MP) in a contest for this position. Ted Knight became PPC for Hornsey at the same time. They would both have thought it likely that Labour would win a late 1978 election (assuming Callaghan called one) and both, therefore, would become MPs. In this context Living-stone's move to the Hackney North GLC seat, ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 6  -  01 Dec 2008  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue56/lob56-11.htm
... Association, explaining why Neil Bush had been ask to speak at their annual convention, said that in a 'combination of reasons' why the invitation had arisen, 'One of them is that his brother is president.'(43) Conclusions? What is one to make of all of this? One could easily become a member of the liberal 'elite', so memorably described in the words of one of Dick Cheney's Vice Presidential predecessors, Spiro Agnew:'....the raised-eyebrow cynics, the anti-intellectual intellectuals, the pampered egotists who sneer at honesty, thrift, hard work, prudence, common decency, and self-denial [and who have a] lust to divorce themselves from ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 5  -  01 Dec 2008  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue56/lob56-17.htm
... as far as we would have liked from being a clique of gentleman desirous of preserving their property. Investigators in both the US and in the UK have tended to assume that journalists should be concerned solely with failures to follow the rules (hypocrisy) or with anomalies and injustices for which new rules should be created. Investigators are almost painfully liberal. The forms of constitutionalism are important to them and this quaint belief in the system working properly, rather like the belief of peasants that the Little Father, the Tsar, would improve matters if only he knew what was going on, may have halted investigation into the flaws in the system itself, in the way that the rules ...
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86. All the news that fits [Lobster #55 (Summer 2008)]
... Chatto& Windus, 2008, £17.99, For many taking a dissenting view of our national life, The Guardian and The Observer have long been part of our diet the morning fix that sustains us in our daily desire for a better world. Since 1975, Peter Preston has been the principal gatekeeper at The Guardian, the paper of liberal conscience launched in Manchester in 1821 as the voice of reforming non-conformity. For 20 years he was editor and then became columnist and eminence grise when The Observer came under the wing of the by-then London-based Scott Trust. One of the Preston's earliest protégés when he took over the daily's editorship at 37 was Roger Alton like him a fellow Oxford ...
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87. Kiss me on the apocalypse! [Lobster #55 (Summer 2008)]
... work. Whatever the circumstances of the unlikely Wilson-Goldsmith relationship, the views that Goldsmith held, then and subsequently, were firmly to the right of centre. In 1977 he provided much of the money for the launch of another think tank, the Adam Smith Institute. Like the Centre for Policy Studies, this promoted ideas of deregulation and economic liberalism that had last been current in Britain in the 1920s. Many commentators have noted that as the 70s progressed Goldsmith made increasingly apocalyptic utterances. In 1977 he was writing to Lord Londonderry (the brother of Lady Annabel Birley) and putting the question' .does he want his son growing up in a country where sewage flowing in the streets ...
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88. The meaning of the QinetiQ scandal [Lobster #55 (Summer 2008)]
... been brought in to advise Brown on welfare reform! If the Thatcher government had appointed someone like her to such a position, Labour MPs would have been outraged. Today, barely a murmur. There were some protests about the QinetiQ scandal. Mark Serwotka of the PCS union described the affair as 'obscene'. It was condemned by various Liberal Democrat and Tory MPs, and even by the odd Labour MP. The government, however, defended it as a 'good deal' for the taxpayer. Indeed, Lord Drayson, then the Minister for Defence Procurement, actually described it as 'a model for future privatisations'. The government attitude was perhaps best shown by the fact that ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 14  -  01 Jun 2008  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue55/lob55-37.htm
89. The Cecil King coup plot [Lobster #55 (Summer 2008)]
... conduit and abandoned Asian communities to attack by the National Front, e.g. at Brick Lane. It was amplified by the political defeat of the working class by the coercive state and the consequent proliferation of ethnic identity politics as an expression of alienation and primitive rebellion.(27) The problem with Salman Rushdie's Satanic Verses was not as identity-besotted liberals writing in The Guardian suggest that it gave Britain's Muslims a focus for their identity. Rather The Satanic Verses was published after the political defeat of the working class and the left, by the coercive state, at a time when Asian communities were looking to their own self-styled leaders for ways of dealing with racism and fascism. Almost inevitably ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 5  -  01 Jun 2008  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue55/lob55-22.htm
... way) all this later behaviour does not mean that the first inciting incident is not true. But real skill is needed to detect kernels of truth inside what may have grown mouldy with guesses or lies. Kelly Reading The Strange Death of David Kelly needs precisely the tools of discernment we developed for After Dark all those years ago. The Liberal Democrat MP for Lewes, Norman Baker, has written a book of real interest to Lobster readers. Baker's work on the death of David Kelly in Oxfordshire woods in July 2003 was promoted by the Associated Newspaper group and so has received perhaps rather less attention than it deserves from the rest of the press. Even if much of the ...
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