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... - news/2018/jun/28/uk-role-torture-kidnap-terror-suspects-after-911- revealed. ' But was the head of MI5 lying or merely out of the loop on these MI6 operations? Forger's Gazette news The estimable John Simkin reports on his blog that a story about an anti-Nazi German tennis player being banned from Wimbledon in the 1930s was spiked recently by the Daily Mail.20 Simkins' essay begins: 'On 13th April, The New European, revealed that that Daily Mail had dropped a story about a German tennis player, Gottfried von Cramm, who 19 <https://bernardjporter.com> 20 ...
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... B. Scott CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2017 When Donald Trump refused to condemn the conduct of the Far Right in Charlottesville, his various business advisory boards collapsed as a succession of corporate CEOs very publicly resigned in protest. This was after a confrontation in which one protestor, Heather Heyer, had been killed when a car driven by a Nazi deliberately ran into a crowd of anti-racist protestors Trump made his infamous quip that there were 'very fine people' on both sides of the confrontation. His spiritual advisory board, however, was made of much sterner stuff and stood by their President. As one member, Eric Metaxas, put it: 'We're going to stand up ...
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... , as [Eric] Olsen's research has established, are that Allen Dulles, Richard Helms and other unnamed persons at the highest levels of the American government ordered the death of [Frank Olsen] because they feared he knew too much about US biological warfare during the Korean War and about the torture and execution of Soviet agents and ex-Nazi "expendables" in black sites in Europe during the early 1950s. ' 46 42 At <https://tinyurl.com/y9fwjwln> or <https://medium.com/insurge-intelligence/the-long- suppressed-korean-war-report-on-u -s -use-of ...
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... Homosexual Equality), a few reggae acts and Carol Grimes, who had no record deal in 1976.5 The early RAR gigs were small scale and changed nothing. Initially they lacked a political angle. This arrived when the Socialist Workers Party (always on the look-out for campaigns they could take over) launched the Anti-Nazi League in 1977, scooping up RAR in the process. Peter Hain became a prominent supporter at this point,6 and Peter Jenner too, another very obvious overhang from the '60s.7 They organized the Carnival Against the Nazis in April 1978,8 which was a great success, particularly the performance by Poly 2 The photographer as ...
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... be a Hydra's head of similar outfits seeking to climb on the bandwagon. The key question regarding such data-mining/message delivery techniques is to what extent they rely on subterfuge to be successful. In the same way that spin-doctors don't wish to become the focus of the news, or, in an earlier age, the Nazi propaganda machine sought to camouflage itself, this form of political messaging seeks to avoid public cynicism about politics by trying to conceal itself as 'normal chatter'. In the same way that successive attempts to bring transparency to political funding have been circumvented, the new age of political communications beckons a new regime of opaqueness, not least because the ...
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... and-Ecology-A -life-of-Jorian-Jenks/Coupland/p / book/9781138688629>. 2 The book is published as part of Routledge's series of books on Fascism and the Far Right, which also includes Richard Griffiths' What Did You Do During The War? The last throes of the British Pro-Nazi Right, 1940-45, reviewed elsewhere this issue. 3 The Origins of the Organic Movement (2001). This is apparently out of print but copies are available at <https://www.amazon.co.uk/Origins-Organic-Movement-Philip-Conford/dp/0863153364>. Conford is ...
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... , really seem appropriate to use the word 'marketing' in the context of 'selling' Nazism. It is difficult to imagine Hitler organising focus groups to see how he might adapt Mein Kampf to the mood of the day. In an age before the supposed innovative and pervasive use of opinion polling, focus groups and spin doctors, surely the Nazis would have used crude propagandising to promote their equally crude ideology? Marketing the Third Reich strips away such illusions. It is not too hard to consider Josef Goebbels as a very modern marketing innovator whose services would be in high demand today. From deranged men to mad men? If there's a lesson from history about how to sell something ...
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... /index.php/pot/article/view/229/html>. Germany on 29 June 1911. As a student in the mid 1930s he'd been a member of the cavalry based Reiter-SA and Reiter-SS units. The Prince's obituary in the Daily Telegraph on his death in 2004 includes the following comment about those Nazi affiliations: 'He had joined, he said, because had he not been a member of such an organisation it would have been made harder for him to pass his law exams; moreover, membership brought with it the free use of a garage. He resigned from the party in 1937 - although his letter, now in the National ...
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... What Did You Do During the War? The Last Throes of the British Pro-Nazi Right, 1940-45 Richard Griffiths Abingdon: Routledge, 2017, £21.99, p/b David Sivier Richard Griffiths is an Emeritus Professor of King's College, London and the author of two previous books on the British pro-Nazi Right: Fellow Travellers of the Right: British Enthusiasts for Nazi Germany 1933-39 and Patriotism Perverted: Captain Ramsay, the Right Club and British Anti-Semitism 1939-1940. This third volume is part of a series, Routledge Studies in Fascism and the Far Right.1 It's an in-depth study of a period ...
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... -communists could resume and munitions contracts from the government flowed again onto the books of their corporate sponsors. * New * Reviewers needed Routledge keeps sending me books I didn't ask for and it seems churlish not to mention them. I have Richard Griffiths, What did you do during the war? The last throes of the British pro-Nazi Right, 1940-45; Philip M Coupland, Farming, Fascism and Ecology: A life of Jorian Jenks; Colin Holmes, Searching for Lord Haw-Haw; and Nicholas O'Shaughnessy, Marketing the Third Reich: Persuasion, Packaging and Propaganda. If you would like to review any of these, please send me an email. ...
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