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... encouraged them. '( 56)(Emphasis added.) Abolishing exchange controls and a government willing to impose record levels of interest rates 'to control the money supply' produced what Tom Nairn described as 'dream conditions for London's financial apparatus in 1980 and 1981'.(57) Oil -- the excuse The beauty of the simple-minded 'monetarism' which the Thatcher government espoused in 1979 and 1980 was the way it justified putting up and keeping up interest rates until sterling M3 behaved in the way predicted by the theories. Throughout 1980, as sterling M3 refused to fall far enough, the value of the pound appreciated -- eventually up to $2 .40 - ...
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92. The murder of Hilda Murrell: ten years on [Lobster #27 (Jun 1994)]
... channels, Central and Harlech, did programmes at it or before; local radio had three or four hour-length programmes in the build up to the day; and more important John Stalker announced a few weeks before the meeting that he would be conducting an investigation and broadcasting the results; (which was probably why the police changed their minds and came to the meeting). 'Assistant Chief Constable Thursfield, the man in charge of the police investigations of the case (including the allegations contained in the book by Gary Murray), backed by Chief Inspector Herbert, came to the meeting, to present the police account of events. Unfortunately they contented themselves with making fun of ...
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93. The Man Who Knew Too Much (Book review) [Lobster #27 (Jun 1994)]
... such a body? Well, yes and no. Russell has done a tremendous amount of legwork, interviewing scores of subjects over more than a decade. While the Nagell-related material is well documented, some of Russell's conclusions are quite unsubstantiated by his interview material. His reliance on the 'Lincoln Lawrence' document as evidence that Oswald was mind-controlled, for instance, seems capricious; and his reliance on Robert Morrow, author of Betrayal and The Senator Must Die!, does not inspire absolute confidence. Morrow is one of a number of characters who have come forward over the years purporting to offer first hand evidence of an asssassination conspiracy -- others include Robert Easterling ...
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... line. His book and subsequent activity by CIA personnel in Malta, Cyprus and Germany have sought to establish the guilt of Libyan agents and to unpick the case against Talb. After lengthy sessions with CIA personnel, the Maltese shopkeeper who had previously recognised a photograph of Talb -- a 35 year-old Palestinian -- apparently changed his mind and fingered a Libyan airline official in his fifties. This identification, along with allegations -- later disproved -- that a Swiss-made timing device for the Lockerbie bombing was supplied exclusively to the Libyan intelligence service, led to charges against two Libyans and sanctions against Libya. Syria and the oil war in the Gulf In August ...
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... there is official disinformation, another area in which Britain excels. As Home Secretary, Leon Brittan spent two weeks investigating MI5, concluding that 'the Security Service has carried out no operation, investigation, surveillance or action against any individual otherwise than for the purposes laid down in its directive. ' The words 'lying' and 'bastard' come to mind, as they say. Gill takes a deep breath and contents himself with observing that 'such an inquiry, to be carried out properly, would have taken many researchers many months. ' Readers of this book will have been aware that we've got a problem with our secret state -- 'summary killings and disinformation campaigns against elected ministers raise ...
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... shoddy nature of much of the JFK assassination research. Since when his intellectual journey has continued, leading him, finally, to conclude -- gulp -- that Oswald did it after all. He argued this in a long, detailed piece which I declined to print in Lobster 26 . I don't buy the thesis at all. Never mind anything else, buying into that means accepting, as the Warren Commission did, two shots out of three on a moving target with a crappy mail order rifle with inaccurate sights. Thanks, but no thanks, replied I to Van Wynsberghe, but why don't you send it to the major media? They'll lap it up. Which ...
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... to and, we hope, influence Conservative groups, we speak to the Labour Party, trade unions or anyone open to some aspect of the libertarian position. The radicalism of our civil libertarian position on immigration, victimless crimes, sexual freedom and tolerance, free speech and censorship, and threats to civil liberties, is hardly what comes to mind when the term 'right-wing' is used. Neither does the author mention that we have as many 'links' with libertarian socialists, anarchists, sexual minorities, other civil libertarians, socialist feminists and the NCCL (to which we are affiliated) as we do with the Conservative Party. This complaint overlaps with a more theoretical one ...
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98. Mind control [Lobster #28 (Dec 1994)]
... (c ) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 28) December 1994 Last | Contents | Next Issue 28 Mind control Is your journey really necessary?The Guardian 'Weekend' section of August 13, 1994, carried a piece called 'The Seeds of Madness', about Mark Purdey, the dairy farmer who has opposed the British agro-chemical industry, believing that the so-called 'mad cow disease', BSE, was the result of organo-phosphate poisoning. Life became complicated for him and the article describes a catalogue of harassment by persons unknown. Two of the people who had taken his side of the argument died. One was a ...
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99. The Round Table Again [Lobster #28 (Dec 1994)]
... of the Anglo-Amercan network of the 1920s.] 2. How did Ernest Bevin become British Foreign Secretary in 1945?The thing about Bevin which always rang alarm bells with me was the universal praise he has received from the British foreign policy establishment. If they thought he was so good, I always assumed in my simple-minded fashion, he must have been doing what they wanted. Other people on the Left have thought this but, as far as I know, John Saville is the first person to actually look at the details. His 'Ernest Bevin, Foreign Secretary' is a chapter in his recent book The Politics of Continuity (Verso, London, ...
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100. Letter from America [Lobster #28 (Dec 1994)]
... November 17, 1993, that he interviewed JFK's autopsists, Doctors James Humes and J. Thornton Boswell. Both allegedly told Posner the skull wound was high. On March 30, 1994, Aguilar called Humes and Boswell to get their side of the story. Dr. Humes confirmed that he had spoken to Posner, but denied changing his mind about the skull wound, which he has always said was low. But here's the kicker: not only does Dr. Boswell also continue to say that the wound was low, he insisted to Aguilar twice, and without any equivocation, that he had never spoken to Posner at all! If that's true, then Posner is guilty ...
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