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... and be open-ended. The conversation finishes when the guests decide, not when TV people make them stop. This combination – still unique in the history of television – produced, as if by magic, chatty grenades, exploding first in central Europe and then the UK, disturbing the smooth efficiency of the schedules and the peace of mind of the broadcasters with happy regularity. After Dark turned out to be some kind of anti-television experiment, a programme which, despite the careful plans and preparations of TV professionals, was actually not in our hands. Week in and week out the participants took control of the programme and used it for their own ends and in ...
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162. Fifth Column: The decadence of our political system [Lobster #55 (Summer 2008)]
... the residual power of both to change the world for the better, within the rules of a game which they believed that they understood. The state could not run the economy but it could be used to twist the private sector to social purposes. The UK could not solve the problems of the world but it could engage a similar-minded US to a liberal progressive agenda in which American power would do 'good things' for poor people overseas. Meanwhile, the general population just wanted to be left alone: freedom not to be blown up, freedom to drink all hours, own second homes and travel overseas and freedom to emote (whether about Diana or Tibet or icebergs ...
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163. Tittle-tattle [Lobster #55 (Summer 2008)]
... Johnson and David Cameron from Bullingdon Club days, is Radek Sikorski, a former employee of Rupert Murdoch in Eastern Europe and of the American Enterprise Institute. Sikorski is now leading the charge for the siting of US missiles around Russia in his capacity as Poland's Foreign Minister. Mention Poland in British politics and the name Denis McShane MP springs to mind. The son of a Polish émigré, McShane was, like Sikorski, deeply involved in Solidarity there before he rose to prominence in international relations, in his case as Foreign Office minister. He didn't manage to match Sikorski's rise to the top job, but his influence remains considerable (Lobsters passim) through his work on behalf of ...
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164. Lobster Issue 55: Contents [Lobster #55 (Summer 2008)]
... 2006 Lobster Contents | Cover Image After Dark, David Kelly and lessons learned , Sebastian Cody Everything's gone off the rails except the ideology , Anthony Frewin The decadence of our political system , Tim Pendry Children and the Official Secrets Act , Corinne Souza Tittle-tattle , Tom Easton Dismantling Yugoslavia: the biggest of big lies? , Robin Ramsay Mind control update , Robin Ramsay The Cecil King coup plot as precursor to Gordon Brown's 'government of all the talents' , Roger Cottrell View from the bridge , Robin Ramsay Agee, the KGB and us , Robin Ramsay All the news that fits , Tom Easton Some reflections on the life, times and politics of Sir James Goldsmith , Simon ...
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165. Psi Spies, reviewed [Lobster #55 (Summer 2008)]
... the literature on the US military's remote viewing experiments. Thirteen years on, we've seen most of this already, for example in the accounts by former US military remote viewers, of which I've read a couple, but also in Jim Schnabel's 1997 Remote Viewers, which covers very similar ground to Marrs, and in a chapter in Armen Victorian's Mind Controllers. Of the two book-length accounts I prefer Schnabel; but if that is no longer available, Marrs' version of the material would do. For the basic information there is nothing much to chose between them. Last | Contents | Next ...
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166. Let us now praise famous researchers [Lobster #55 (Summer 2008)]
... the FBI and others and putting the 'lone mad nut' thesis into (American) historical perspective. And what was David Lifton up to back then? And whither Thomas G. Buchanan? These are small cavils though and Kelin has done a remarkable job of research and writing. It's a good read, but at the back of my mind I keep thinking, shouldn't he have been out investigating the case now, and wouldn't 20 to 30,000 words have been enough? Last | Contents | Next ...
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167. RE: [Lobster #55 (Summer 2008)]
... key players – the French pathologists and most of the paparazzi, for example – was certainly not forthcoming at this inquest.Not that those witnesses who did appear were necessarily thought to be entirely truthful. Paul Burrell's evidence in particular came in for severe criticism, although Scott Baker seemed curiously relaxed about taking the matter further saying he was 'not minded' to refer his evidence to the Metropolitan Police.(13) There has also been the continual vilification of Al Fayed, concentrating on his intemperate outbursts and ignoring some of the more interesting points to come out of the hearings.(14) The establishment must now be hoping that the jury's verdict will bring closure. Having definitively ...
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168. The Cecil King coup plot [Lobster #55 (Summer 2008)]
... the failure of the civil rights movement.(20) In May of 1921, Northern Ireland Unionists had armed themselves to resist the genocide and ethnic cleansing that was taking place in the rest of Ireland and defend their right to be British within the United Kingdom.(21) They accepted the leadership of a Unionist bourgeoisie who were simultaneously mindful of the impact of the Russian revolution on working class struggle, as particularly expressed in the 1919 engineering strike and 1920 election victories of the Labour Party in Belfast. By arming a section of the Loyalist working class through the Ulster Special Constabulary (USC), against the siege imposed on Northern Ireland by nationalism and republicanism, the Unionist ...
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169. The CIA: A history of torture [Lobster #54 (Winter 2007/8)]
... have been astonishing were it not involved in torture. In his recent book, A Question of Torture, Alfred McCoy argues that from 1950 into the 1960s the CIA managed to perfect 'psychological torture... a major scientific turning-point, albeit unnoticed and unheralded in the world beyond its safe houses. ' He writes of a massive mind-control effort, with psychological warfare and secret research into human consciousness . a veritable Manhattan Project of the mind. After experiments with hallucinogenic drugs, electric shock and sensory deprivation, this work then produced a new approach to torture that was psychological, not physical, best described as "no-touch torture". The Agency's dicovery ...
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170. The Threat to Reason, reviewed [Lobster #54 (Winter 2007/8)]
... the historical Enlightenment function in contemporary society. '( p . 6) His starting point is the aftermath of 9/11 and the outbreak of loose talk of there being a conflict between radical Islam and 'the enlightenment'. (12) Some of this came from former members of the Left (Christopher Hitchens and John Lloyd spring to mind) who have become cheerleaders for American imperialism. 'Politicians most often define the Enlightenment in terms of its opposition to forces of unreason, whether they be jihadis, fascists or homeopaths; this I shall refer to as the Folk Enlightenment, so called because the tune will be familiar to most readers, even if the lyrics change somewhat as ...
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