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... in the world' by 2010.( [27] ) In 2000, ERT member Daniel Janssen declared that implementing the Lisbon proposals would cause a 'double revolution' in Europe: 'reducing the power of the state and of the public sector and deregulation' and 'transferring many of the nation-states' powers to a more modern and internationally minded structure at European level': i.e . the European Commission.( [28] ) In reality, even by 2002, 'The vision of Lisbon is slipping as fast at it was decided and the commitment is no longer there. '( [29] ) Before the March 2005 EU Summit, where the 'Lisbon agenda ...
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... Khan, he made the prince an offer he could not refuse to be the publisher. On the last night, we all gathered at a restaurant in Paris for catfish and fireworks. Plimpton avoided me, but I put that down to the fact that he was absorbed in hosting the event. I filed away in the recesses of my mind what Linville had said with the Patsy Southgate revelations and thought no more about it. I did wonder why they had told me these things. After my experience with the Lowenstein book, I had no intention of digging into people's CIA affiliations any longer. I remembered how the writer Robert Sam Anson, who had worked for Newsweek, ...
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... bulk of contemporary journalists are doing. In short, investigation is not only about the plots, deals and cover-ups beloved by the older generation of journalist, it is all about ideology and policy formulation and the techniques used to communicate ideas and mobilise mass action in support of those ideas. Above all, we need get inside the mind of the secret state, to start thinking a bit harder about why it behaves as it does domestically and internationally. What it thinks as a group is intimately connected to what its individuals do on the ground. Some Final Conclusions This new system of security originated over a decade ago and is being accepted by stealth, without debate because ...
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224. The view from the bridge [Lobster #49 (Summer 2005)]
... Con Coughlin is at it again. In The Sunday Telegraph of 20 March he ran a piece, 'Iran plans secret "nuclear university" to train scientists', which was attributed to 'reports received by Western intelligence'. Crazy wavies, right?Meanwhile, out there in the wonderful world of commercial science, the ability to do what mind control victims have been complaining of for nearly 20 years, is coming into view. On 8 April CNN reported that a Sony scientist has a patent, first granted in 2000, on an ultrasound device which in the words of CNN's headline writer, 'aims to beam sights, sounds into brain'. Among the patent's claims are: ...
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225. Gordon Brown [Lobster #49 (Summer 2005)]
... www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 49) Summer 2005 Last | Contents | Next Issue 49 Gordon Brown Tom Bower London: HarperCollins, 2004, 20, h/b I heard Bower interviewed on Radio 4. He said that he had begun this book as something of an admirer of Brown but had changed his mind while writing it. Change his mind he certainly did: this is a serious assault on the man. Although there is little which is new in this tale of egos, rows, sulking, press character assassination, shunning, and internecine struggle between two gangs, Brown's and Blair's, it useful to be reminded of the centrality of ...
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226. Spies, Lies and Whistleblowers [Lobster #49 (Summer 2005)]
... Defending the Realm by Nick Fielding and Mark Hollingsworth. Nonetheless, familiar or not, this is a devastating critique of the British security services and the political system which is nominally in charge of them. The only agencies which come well out of this are regional Special Branches, who are presented as reliable and sensible. The rest are incompetent mind-bogglingly incompetent at times self-serving, venal, or all three. This happens this is allowed to happen because there is virtually no political control over the security organisations: when they fuck-up nothing happens to them. MI5 botch a surveillance of an IRA operation and 300 million's worth of damage is done to the City ...
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... the moronic citizen-voters. (And, of course, only LaRouche has the key to unlock the mystery.) ( [18] ) Take the following sentence of the author's: 'Under a top-secret CIA research project, code-named MK-Ultra, British and American scientists began carrying out experiments using psychedelic and other mind-altering drugs. ' That bit is true (though the British role was tiny, and only as subcontractors). But the next paragraph states: 'By the mid 1960s the project resulted in what was known as the Hippie movement...... mystic irrationality was replacing faith in scientific progress for millions of young Americans ...
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228. Election-rigging in the UK [Lobster #49 (Summer 2005)]
... down to the polling station to vote in person. But this year, we didn't get any voting cards so we didn't have any choice. I find this quite disturbing. ' Mr Hepworth-Lloyd has contacted the police over the suspected theft of the voting cards.( [4 ] ) Resident Frederick Wright is 73 and of sound mind; he 'nominated' someone called Jonathan Ellwood. I asked Mr Wright if he knew Mr Ellwood. The answer was an immediate 'no'. Two other residents nominated Mary Ellwood, who lives at the same address as Jonathan. Four residents at Hepworth House apparently gave permission for their votes to be cast by a couple called Anthony and ...
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229. UDA: Inside the heart of Loyalist terror [Lobster #49 (Summer 2005)]
... where working class politics had been purged from working class Belfast and the communities themselves were in decline. Their motives for joining paramilitary organisations were thus different from those of say, Ernie Eliot or Glen Barr in the 1970s and they reflected a different social milieu. In addition, they rose through the ranks after the old, more politically-minded leadership were gone, when the UDA was involved in more open manifestations of criminality (including drug dealing) and when the British government was already listening to John Hume and capitulating to Republicanism, right down the line. In Steve Bruce's book, The Red Hand, this scion of Big House Unionism tells us that the overtures of British ...
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230. Paul Foot 1938 - 2004 [Lobster #49 (Summer 2005)]
... recording at the centre of the script. I had never acted and neither had Foot. We said, 'Can we write it for you, and you get some actors? ' (There were two sitting in the room, drinking tea.) No: Loach wanted us to improvise it. So in front of some professional actors, mind, we spent an excruciating 15 minutes trying to improvise a dialogue about the 1970s, pretending to be a British Army officers engaged in a cabal. We tried and tried and tried it was all embarrassing rubbish and eventually Loach said, 'Fine'. If you sit through Hidden Agenda a pretty poor film, in my opinion, despite ...
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