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371. Politics and Paranoia [Lobster #57 (Summer 2009)]
... stuff to American UFOlogists, some of whom bought it, circulated it. And this material became one of the major themes of The X files, the most successful US TV export in the mid 1990s, going to 66 countries. Given that we know of a great deal of research by the US military into means of influencing the human mind using electronics, microwaves and ultrasound, for example, it thus possible in my view that the experience of being abducted reported by thousands of Americans (and others elsewhere) is not just some collective delusion or psychotic episode but another part of the US military's psyops programme, perhaps to reinforce the notion of the alien threat contained in the ...
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372. The crisis [Lobster #57 (Summer 2009)]
... (Issue 57) Summer 2009 Last | Contents | Next Issue 57 The crisis In Parish Notices in the last issue I wrote 'there isn't much in this issue about the economic situation because there really isn't much to say that hasn't already been said, for example by Larry Elliot in The Guardian every week. ' Well, I changed my mind about that and here are the bits I found most interesting or useful. Only one warning light on the UK economy: inflation The Bank of England's Sir John Grieve stood down in March from his role in charge of financial stability at the Bank of England. In an interview with the BBC's Robert Peston he tried to explain how and ...
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373. Re: [Lobster #57 (Summer 2009)]
... 20) Iops The US broad doctrine of 'information operations' (IO) has put 'information and media strategies on a par with conventional means of military power and made them pivotal to achieving "full-spectrum dominance." ' Although its primary role is to shape 'the global media ecology....in the battle for hearts and minds...the impact of such operations at home may be their most important legacy. IO "blowback" occurs as surveillance and propaganda campaigns targeting foreign audiences spill back into the US because of the nature of the global media and information flows. '( 21) The miners united A former Bedfordshire police superintendent recalls his month- ...
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... GDP, no empire has ever been as powerful (nor will be again, I suspect). And alongside – or underneath – the official (white) story of America were the other stories. Some were the horror stories with which we have become familiar: for example MK-Ultra and Ewen Cameron's insane experiments with reprogramming the human mind which Hollings discusses. But also: by 1959 Cary Grant had taken LSD over 60 times as part of a Hollywood set who were using it with a therapist (and Grant talked about it to the press). And on the same page as the Grant snippet Hollings writes of the shooting death of George Reeves, the actor who ...
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375. Lobster Issue 57: Contents [Lobster #57 (Summer 2009)]
... Decade Paul Todd, Jonathan Bloch, and Patrick Fitzgerald, Spies, Lies, and the War On Terror David Cesarani, Major Farran's Hat: Murder, Scandal and Britain's War Against Jewish Terrorism 1945-1948 Beatrix Campbell, Agreement! The State, Conflict and Change in Northern Ireland Gordon Thomas, Secrets and Lies: A history of CIA mind control and germ warfare Michael Phayer, Pius XII, the Holocaust and the Cold War Paul Feldman, Unmasking the State: a rough guide to real democracy Warrick Funnell, Robert Jupe and Jane Andrew, In Government We Trust: market failure and the delusions of privatisation Perter Evans, Within the Secret State: a disturbing study of the ...
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376. It's all Jacques to me [Lobster #57 (Summer 2009)]
... lot of second-raters who have been hired to churn copy in the metropolitan media, turn the big idea into a book full of assertions, get the second-raters deeply excited about something that gives them a reason to look like 'intellect-uals', stir, simmer and serve up at dinner parties to hungry third- rate minds in the political class. Yawn! Jacques and New Labour raise the question of what it is to be 'left' because two old definitions are now dead. The first related to the Enlightenment and placed reason against faith; yet reason is deeply flawed as a guide to life. The new neuroscience gives us a much more nuanced view ...
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... that her theory about the role of the CPGB in the strike was false; but MI5 didn't need to believe it to act as they did. An industrial trade union, led by CPGB members and ex-members, opposing government pol-icy, was more than enough. The nonsense – the communist conspiracy theory – in Mrs Thatcher's mind was of no relevance to MI5. But it surely is relevant to this story. Beckett and Hencke give us an expanded take on the received version on the centre-left: the miners had no choice but to strike, lost a lot of political support by not having a national ballot, and stayed out far too long pursuing ...
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... meeting in December 1940: The plain and terrifying fact is that this great and peaceful nation is in the grip of one of the most subtle and successful conspiracies.......to embroil us in a foreign war. But, unknown to Aaronovitch, there was such a conspiracy (though not the one Flynn had in mind) and it involved not just Flynn s hate figure, Roosevelt, but the British government. Part of the conspiracy was a series of covert operations in America run by the British secret state (as British Security Co-ordination) which sought to neutralise/seduce the isolationists in Congress and persuade the American population to support US entry ...
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379. 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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380. The Cuntocracy [Lobster #62 (Winter 2011 ) (free)] [Free Article]
... linguistic properties thereof. Those offended by it could easily replace it with 'cantocracy, ' given that this might be the way some pronounce it anyway. outcasts. Their work is totally unwanted because it reveals that the cuntocratic world has certainly been made by cunts, and its principles are therefore to be found within the modifications of these cunts' mind. Universities are there to hide knowledge using a sophisticated form of administrative pedagogical cuntocracy that involves the selection and employment of ignorant, lazy cuntocrats to run a system reproducing the cunnus quo at the expense of any encouragement of an awareness of it. But a system based on bribery and compliance should be perfectly amenable for our purposes of selling ...
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