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... mean not only a criticism of the utopian order but of existing society as well. '( 52) Not simply a CIA plot Did the CCF fulfil such a critical role? This remains questionable - and here the CIA dimension takes on a greater importance. But neither was the end of ideology simply a CIA plot. With this in mind, what is perhaps more relevant is how this anti-ideological standpoint enabled the Congress to hold together a broad crosssection of the intellectual community who saw it as some kind of way forward in sociopolitical thought. As G. F. Hudson said of the Milan conference: 'The founders of the organisation seem to have discovered a method of ...
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... from Gibraltar. could never be acknowledged or honoured, and the Russians had permanently occupied his native Karelia. In the hard winter of 1946-7 a doctor, sectioning him under the 1890 Lunacy Act commented: 'Depressed, gloomy, pessimistic and apprehensive … suspicious of all those around him. I hereby certify that he is still of unsound mind and is a proper person to be detained under care and treatment. ' Reporter Andrew Rosthorn's previous Lobster contributions have included: 'RAF colluded in Hess flight' (Lobster 37, Summer 1999) and 'Hess,"Hess", Timewatch et al' (Lobster 20 November 1990). ...
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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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494. Rebranding SIS [Lobster #40 (Winter 2000/1)]
... October 1999 Observer 25 June 2000 Sunday Business 5 November 2000 made the point that European-owned private security industry is making in-roads into the USA. Sunday Times, 30 July 2000 The Punch story, in issue 117, October 2000, about Sir John Browne of BP, Prime Minister Blair and the Russian oil money comes to mind - unless the retired SIS officer that sits on BP's board forgot to check out the latest news from Russia with his former SIS colleagues. It was interesting, incidentally, that in an otherwise excellent article about the independent housing trust that runs the Dolphin Square apartments in London, the Evening Standard, 3 November 2000, made no mention ...
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495. Web update [Lobster #44 (Winter 2002)]
... denial or crowd control system'). An Assessment of Non Lethal Weapons Science and Technology http://www7.nationalacademies.org/nsb/NSB_Reports.html Report from National Academy of Science's National Research Council, 4 November 2002. Recommends highest priority be placed in 4 areas: developing calmatives (sleep-inducing and mind altering) and malodorants to control crowds; more advanced directed-energy systems for stopping vehicles or vessels; marine barrier systems to stop attack vessels and protect perimeters; and unmanned or remotely piloted vehicles and sensors to provide warning, localisation and tracking of enemy threats. Sonic Weapons: Noisemakers called to Arms http://www. ...
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... essentially a coup carried out within UK politics by an establishment that regards cleaving to the US as an essential ritual. Was this the first overt change carried out within the UK at the behest of the US and their local supporters? Have there been others? The general election of 1970 that resulted in a surprise Wilson defeat inevitably comes to mind. The US – and many within the UK's intelligence and military – wanted Wilson out in 1970. The election that year was characterised by an extensive campaign targeting marginal seats, run by Ronan O'Rahilly, from an offshore radio station owned by a Swiss-based electronics company later shown to have had a connection to the Lockerbie bombing. ...
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497. 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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... York real estate magnates.13 No irony was intended. Footnote 11 continued The fact that almost all crucial servers for the Internet are located in the US – such that the EU felt compelled to adopt consent rules for the storage of data from European users on US servers – is never seen as a risk to 'Internet freedom'. Never mind that virtually all Internet software, and much of the hardware, originates from US corporations. 12 There is an old joke on the Left about the US regime: 'Why has there never been a coup in Washington D.C .? ' The answer: 'Because there is no U.S . Embassy in Washington D.C ...
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... unnatural devotion to figures of authority), but it was embarrassing to watch the Brits grovel at the Major's feet. For their part the Aussies looked down upon the Brits with disgust and wondered how any self-respecting man, especially a soldier, could allow himself to accept such a demeaning, subservient role. No Aussie in his right mind would ever play the toy soldier, or yield to someone regardless of his merits. Aussies rendered their loyalty to individuals of proven worth, not to abstracts like office or rank. ' Of course what also separated the British from the Australians (and Valentine) was the fact that most of the British were professional soldiers – the Army ...
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500. Fifth Column [Lobster #54 (Winter 2007/8)]
... . Find the non-ideological tribespeople, bribe them, give them guns and turn them on the Islamists. Fine as far as it goes – and it seems to have brought some sort of stability to Anbar – but we are sure it is not quite what the mild-mannered liberal and evangelical advocates of peace and reconciliation had in mind when they surged around the government for pet project funding. The illusion of Northern Ireland is that constant dialogue and alternatively talking tough and offering concessions between reasonable people can shift a militarized problem into a civilian one; that politics is always the solution and that sweet reasonableness is part of politics. This works within a fundamentally liberal-democratic ...
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