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201. Tittle-tattle [Lobster #52 (Winter 2006/7)]
... the City and all its works, it must have come as a terrible shock to discover in 2006 that 'Big Bang fuelled gross inequality, epitomised possessive individualism and cemented a cultural and housing apartheid'. For services rendered?In 2003 that giant of regional newspaper publishing, Tim Bowdler, the head of Johnston Press, sacked the independent-minded editor of the evening paper read by the constituents of Tony Blair and Peter Mandelson. He was made a CBE in the Queen's Birthday honours list. Can a resignation list knighthood be far behind? Con by name Also mentioned in dispatches is Con Coughlin, the new foreign editor of The Daily Telegraph. In his days on The Sunday ...
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202. Anglo-America and the Third Reich [Lobster #52 (Winter 2006/7)]
... unversed in monetary economics, have shied away from an analysis of the crisis, leaving this critical phase of German history an impenetrable enigma. Guided by the theories of Gesell and Steiner on the nature of money, and informed by thousands of yellowed pages in the archives of the Bank of England, Preparata throws a shaft of light into the mind of Montagu Norman, the bank's Governor for almost a quarter of a century. Thus we embark on a world historical game of 'follow the money'. Under Norman's direction, the Weimar Republic was restored to health after 1923 with foreign loans especially American ones until it became practically a colony of Wall Street. The great military-industrial ...
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... Europeans in spite of genocides, two world wars, etc? I believe he worshipped power and for him the global power of European culture meant that it must be right. He was a liberal and believed that liberalism belief in freedom, rights, democracy, equality of women was essentially a European idea, linked to a 'European structure of mind' and protected by a homogeneous community which was threatened by immigration. GKY's aims But who was he trying to impress? The 'correspondents' themselves, the party leaders or both? Or the 'anti-Thatcher' element in the party? He claimed that pro-Heath elements wanted to stage a comeback through the constituencies. GKY did ...
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... ) Conspiracy theorists might see the extremely swift briefings on this aspect as indicating some remarkable planning in the PR management of the case. Either the US had an exceptionally well-honed communications capability or it had some advance inkling of what was about to happen. Two sleepless British government ministers next morning clearly did not. You make your own mind up. Washington's objective What was more important was the message. The subtext of coverage from the US was that Europeans should be more aggressive about their Muslim communities (no doubt supported by French anti-Islamists and by the hardline elements to be found in all security services). The objective of Washington became rather blatant in briefings to ...
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205. No smoke without fire? [Lobster #52 (Winter 2006/7)]
... Webster concludes that what we have seen since the mid 1980s is a continuation of the traditional witch hunt, based on fear and prejudice rather than reason. It is interesting that belief in widespread paedophile rings, satanic abuse cults and 'cover-ups' by highly placed figures (Freemasons etc) involves adoption of classic conspiracy theories and their accompanying mind-set. If the same approach, however, is argued in foreign policy or economics, it is usually quickly ridiculed and debunked. Perhaps the conspiratorial nature of these beliefs is due to the 'new social work theories' originating in the US.( [14] ) When considering the new ideas that ultimately led to the Bryn ...
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... | Contents | Next Issue 51 The New Public Diplomacy: Soft power in international relations Ed. Jon Melissen London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2005, h/b , 50.00 Just after World War 1, a group of the liberal-left in Britain began campaigning against orthodox i.e . secret diplomacy. It had caused the mind-bogglingly stupid carnage of World War 1, they argued, and had to go. This was the Union for Democratic Control (UDC). And when I first come across the term 'public diplomacy' the UDC came to mind. But in the case of 'public diplomacy', while public does mean open, diplomacy doesn't mean ...
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... opening sentence as: 'The American mindset is distinct from that of any other people or race on earth in a way that no other peoples or races are distinct from one another. ' And, if we grant that 'the American mindset' means something, his proposition simply isn't true. On p. 11 we are told: 'The American mind is crude and blunt, incapable of observing subtleties or perceiving shades of grey. ' But what is 'the American mind? ' Corfe hates America and its imperialism, and their effects on the world and its cultures. I do, too; but I have reservations about the blanket condemnation of American culture. Much of 'my culture' ...
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208. The view from the bridge [Lobster #51 (Summer 2006)]
... I listened to him it struck me that in relation to the reality of Thatcherism, he was in a directly analogous position to those socialists in the Labour Party who thought the Labour governments of the sixties heralded a socialist Britain and never forgave Wilson and Labour for the 'betrayal'. Icke If you were wondering if David Icke had changed his mind about the alien reptiles thesis, he commented in The Observer magazine, 22 January 2006. 'In 1989, before the European elections, I was asked to go on Sky News. I went into make-up and sitting next to me was Ted Heath. He turned and scanned me and the whole of both his eyes went jet ...
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... history but talks to those who helped make it. These include Christopher 'Monty' Woodhouse whose covert activities in the region after the Second World War included the Iran coup of 1953. This is Fisk's observation on that 1997 meeting at Woodhouse's retirement home in Oxford: 'The coup against Mossadeq, the return of the Shah, was, in Woodhouse's mind, a holding operation, a postponement of history. There was also the little matter of the AIOC, the Anglo-Iranian Oil Company - later British Petroleum - which Mossadeq had just nationalised. You could tell from the way he spoke, the urgent movement of his hands, that this had been one of the most exciting moments ...
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210. Robert Kennedy and the Middle East connection [Lobster #51 (Summer 2006)]
... Kennedy. Hamshari got access to Onassis' mob contacts ( [21] ) and was even put in touch with LA hypnotist and purported MKULTRA veteran, William Joseph Bryan, by an Onassis middleman.( [22] ) Bryan, who was found dead under mysterious circumstances in Las Vegas, is a likely candidate for the role Sirhan's mind control Svengali.( [23] ) Hamshari, targeted by Mossad in December 1972 and later killed on orders from PLO intelligence chief, Abu Iyad, for misappropriating PLO funds notably the $1 .2m payment from Onassis ( [24] ) had no particular grudge against RFK. The motive was money and the kudos of a ...
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