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151. Reflections on the 'cult of the offensive' [Lobster #57 (Summer 2009)]
... believed in actively fostering a state of 'armed peace', wherein 'The new nation made up of immigrants from all corners of the world had to be galvanised as a people in uniform, a fully mobilised society.... the notion of a nation living on a razor's edge between war and a precarious truce became a collective state of mind. '( 6 ) And no-one held this belief more strongly held than the principal architect of the 1967 war, Defence Minister Moshe Dayan, who, as Ben-Ami observes, 'believed in resistance and permanent war, not in peace. '( 7 ) The fullest expression of Dayan's 'existentialist' approach to international relations ...
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152. The electromagnetic world [Lobster #56 (Winter 2008/9)]
... uk (Issue 56) Winter 2008/9 Last | Contents | Next Issue 56 The electromagnetic world In the ramblings by this non-scientist in this field since I blundered into it in 1989, there have been two themes: e-m technology is dangerous and the bastards are lying to us about this; and the claims of mind control victims might be true because the technology may exist. Thus, in the first category, we have recently had 'Worry over incubator "emissions"': 'Electromagnetic fields from incubators may be interfering with new-born babies' heart rates, claim researchers. The Archives of Disease in Childhood study found normal changes in heart rate were ...
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153. Tittle-tattle [Lobster #56 (Winter 2008/9)]
... years, enjoyed several multinational directorships, was treasurer of the Green Alliance and was a key figure in setting up and navigating the British American Project (Lobsters passim). The Lord giveth Still very much in the land of the living is an old political associate of both departed peers, Guardian columnist Polly Toynbee. A teasing thought crossed my mind during the phoney leadership war in the days before the Labour Party conference when Toynbee switched her allegiance to David Miliband from Gordon Brown. (We are talking ancient history, of course: of times BC, Before Crisis, when the PM had not become saviour of the economic world.) In the same week came news in Polly's ...
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154. The view from the bridge [Lobster #56 (Winter 2008/9)]
... world.... .. .when the Director of Public Prosecutions attacks 'the relentless pressure of a security state' and describes the government's response to the terrorism threat as 'mediaeval delusions'; (3 )and when the former head of MI5 describes the response to 9/11 as 'a huge overreaction'.(4 ) The minds of bankers Some years ago I was told the following story by someone who was present at some of this. When Nick Leeson's massive currency bets went wrong and he bankrupted Baring's Bank in 1995 (the big warning bell which didn't ring for those notionally involved in regulating the City of London), the Bank of England launched a 'lifeboat ...
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155. Everything is going to change [Lobster #56 (Winter 2008/9)]
... a contentious one, and not just in my school-yard. It was presented more along the lines of Obama's alleged hidden loyalty to Islam: a Catholic president, it was argued, would be subservient to his master in Rome. That Kennedy's own political strategists brought the issue into play, in order to appeal more to fair-minded Americans, reminds us that Kennedy was first and foremost a creature of politics, of power, and never a creature of religion. Yet when it comes to discussing his assassination, the most striking feature of those who propagate the official 'lone, crazed assassin' line is their omission of the crucial, wider issue of motive. The ...
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156. Re: [Lobster #56 (Winter 2008/9)]
... 2006 (21) was seen by some as an indication that the US military was finally coming to understand the problems it had helped create in Iraq and Afghanistan. Not so, according to a recent RAND study. 'An examination of COIN doctrine and operations in the 1960s reveals that operations seldom matched written doctrine. Instead of winning hearts and minds, improving civil-military relations, conducting small-unit operations, and gathering intelligence, most Vietnam War commanders and units attempted to defeat the insurgency through large-scale operations and over-whelming firepower. Modern US COIN operations in Afghanistan and Iraq demonstrate a similar preference for high-intensity war-fare and a similar inability to ...
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157. Saddam Hussein on Trial [Lobster #56 (Winter 2008/9)]
... for invasion. When Saddam Hussein's daughter Raghad Hussein requested his assistance in 2004, Al-Ani consulted an international team of lawyers that found the Iraqi Special Tribunal set up by Paul Bremer to try Saddam Hussein had no jurisdiction. The UK legal team coordinated by Al-Ani argued for boycott of a nonsensical American show-trial single-mindedly aimed at convicting and executing the President of Iraq. Meanwhile, US lawyers Ramsay Clark and Curtis Doebbler decided to contest the case along with a few Arab and Iraqi lawyers, thereby lending the process a halo of legitimacy. While assembling the UK team Al-Ani discovered that most Western lawyers were reluctant to be seen defending a person ...
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158. Britain spinning in the Sibel Edmonds web [Lobster #56 (Winter 2008/9)]
... Amin, is the prime example of such official interference on the British front. Amin's investigation ( 'Operation Akin') was aborted, despite successfully closing in on the Khan network's operation. Reasons given at the time were to 'preserve diplomatic relations' and, of course, 'protect the ongoing intelligence operation. ' The former puts one in mind of official interference in the BAe /Saudi scandal more recently.(13) Amin was a seasoned British customs officer with previous experience in international operations. Unlike Edmonds, he was not a whistleblower. And this is what makes his contribution to this story so striking: Amin represented the objectives of the intelligence and customs agencies entering into ...
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159. The politics of the organic movement - an overvie [Lobster #56 (Winter 2008/9)]
... of Mother Earth? To be blunt, I don't know. Purely from the pages of Mother Earth, it would be difficult to discern a strong 'radical Right' ideology at work: would Cripps have been willing to join the Soil Association if this had been so? Of course, a careful decoding of the subtext might enable politically-minded readers to believe they could identify ulterior motives; Portsmouth and company presumably saw the Association as one means of promoting their vision of a regenerated Britain. And since the organic philosophy emphasises 'holism', it might be argued that Jenks's agricultural views could not be separated from his political convictions. Nevertheless, it seems to me that the organic ...
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160. Mind control [Lobster #55 (Summer 2008)]
... (c ) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 55) Summer 2008 Last | Contents | Next Issue 55 Mind control <http://artificialtelepathy.blogspot.com/> is a good introduction to the subject of mind control technologies and psychotronics as seen by some of the victims of what they call the 'electronic concentration camp'. On the first couple of screens there is a list of the symptoms reported by the victims – or if you are sceptical, the 'victims' – of this technology. Some of these effects are described as established fact in a recently declassified US military study of this subject, 'Bioeffects of Selected Non-Lethal ...
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