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331. RE: [Lobster #53 (Summer 2007)]
... an account of his investigations into the death of David Kelly at a public meeting in Lewes, East Sussex, on 11 April.(13) Stating that he was ' convinced beyond a reasonable doubt that [Kelly's death] could not be suicide, ' Baker claimed that ' medical evidence does not support it and David Kelly's state of mind and personality suggests otherwise. ' He questioned the cause of death (a haemorrhage caused by cuts to the ulnar artery in the wrist), pointing out that'.... such wounds were "matchstick thick" and hidden, difficult to get to, as well as rarely leading to death. ' The knife alleged to ...
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332. Tittle-tattle [Lobster #53 (Summer 2007)]
... communities and Europe. More fool me. Similarly repentant noises come regularly now from Lawson s former New Labour lobbyist pal Derek Draper, another target of muckraking journalist Palast in 1998. Draper stuffing my bank account at 250 an hour was his 1998 phrase recorded by Palast was last seen in the Commons chairing a meeting of mental health charity Young Minds, protesting about the appalling psychological services available to children and young people 10 years into a Blair government. .. .. .but not others No repentance though from Draper s old lobbyist boss at Prima, Roger Liddle (see Lobster 36 ). The old SDP founder member, turned defence and Europe adviser to Blair in No ...
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333. MI5 and the threat from the left in the 1970s [Lobster #53 (Summer 2007)]
... MI5 contained a group of right-wing officers who were incapable of distinguishing between socialism and communism, and were plotting against the government. ' And how bizarre is MI5's view that the root cause of all the trouble in the UK was Watergate, the CIA and a few spook-spotters and critics of the police in London. Never mind the British labour movement, the Heath government's attack on the independence of trade unions and the roaring inflation caused by Heath's 'dash for growth', it was the likes of Tony Bunyan and Phil Kelly! This MI5 briefing, presumably, is the background to the notorious 'Gable memorandum', the account and endorsement of MI5's delusory briefing on ...
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334. The Political Economy of U.S. Militarism, reviewed [Lobster #53 (Summer 2007)]
... He shows them merely fronting and generating rationales for the economic interests of the MIC. He is describing a kind of corporatist state, something vividly illustrated by the Richard Cummings piece on Lockheed, referred to in this issue (see 'View from the bridge'), and shown in great detail here. There are chapters on waste and the mind-boggling lack of accountability where Pentagon spending is concerned. He quotes Donald Rumsfeld, speaking on the day before 9/11, admitting that Pentagon accounting had lost track of $2 .3 trillion. (And boy, did that get lost in the dust clouds of the next day's events!) And there is a very ...
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335. The Westminster Whistleblowers, reviewed [Lobster #53 (Summer 2007)]
... outline of the story is familiar, what interested me most was the enormous turnover of senior council staff as they were either fired by Porter or fled the scene, unable to stand up to her. It is not always possible to identify the guilty parties but in this version of the story they were the weak-willed or career-minded officers of the council who knew what was afoot, knew it was illegal but did nothing. Among the Westminster council's senior staff there was not one person willing to tell Porter to 'Fuck off' and march straight out to the newspapers to blow the whistle, or even to go to their union or professional association and begin proceedings against ...
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336. Philanthropic imperialism [Lobster #53 (Summer 2007)]
... proximity – with the real-politik of how the large wooden NED horse is trundled into the citadel of academia to gain access to even fundamental data sets that provide the basis for analysis. On a general level there is no reason to suppose that much work has been done that examines and scrutinises democracy building to an adequate level, never mind penetrating the intrigue or following the money. Wersch & Zeeuw (themselves funded by Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs via the Clingendael Institute) state that apart from initial work by Peter Burnell (who writes for the Westminster Foundation for Democracy (WFD), the British version of the NED), Thomas Carothers (Carnegie Endowment for International Peace ...
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337. The limits of accountability [Lobster #53 (Summer 2007)]
... on terror ideologues scream 'special circumstances'; for example Tony Blair on 5 August 2005: 'Let no-one be in any doubt. The rules of the game are changing. ' In practice this means an erosion of our civil liberties. In this analysis I will not be looking at the role of the judiciary, as better legal minds than mine can provide a fuller perspective on their stance. Let's start with the standard means of obtaining information on the state's activities. Approximately 40,000 Parliamentary Questions are asked annually by Members of both Houses of Parliament. However Ministers have consistently refused to answer questions on the activities of the security services. A mechanism does now exist ...
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338. 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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339. 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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340. Beware the proven lawyer! [Lobster #54 (Winter 2007/8)]
... of H. L. Mencken's, the 'Sheol of shattered illusions. ' OK? And a lectern is highly recommended. Years ago, when the New Statesman was worth reading, it used to run a little feature entitled 'This England' that reprinted amusing newspaper and magazine clippings readers had sent in. An item that always stuck in my mind was from a book review in The Observer: 'If for no other reason than sheer bulk this book has to be taken seriously. '( 13) Was this the thinking of Bugliosi when he set sail on his twenty year odyssey of writing Reclaiming History? Well, this may impress the rubes (amongst whom I would include the ...
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