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151. Mark Felt, Jason Blair and 'Misty Beethoven' [Lobster #50 (Winter 2005/6)]
... In his June 2 article in the Post, outing his source, Woodward tells us that Felt regarded the Nixon White House as 'corrupt........sinister (a ) cabal'. And this was before Watergate. Indeed, lest we miss the point, Woodward tells us that 'Felt thought the Nixon team were Nazis. ' How interesting! That's what I thought! And so did every other liberal I knew at the time. Surprisingly, this was also the point-of-view of James McCord, the right-wing evangelist and former CIA officer who led the break-in team into the Watergate. In a series of odd 'newsletters ...
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152. Feedback [Lobster #50 (Winter 2005/6)]
... Next Issue 50 Feedback From: Mal Function In Tim Pendry's 'Fifth Column' in the Lobster 49 , he wrote 'no-one seems yet to have written the tale of how this post-war generation passed on its passions, beliefs and networks to the Reagan generation'. (page 4) In fact Russ Bellant did in his Old Nazis, the New Right and the Republican Party: domestic fascist networks and their effect on US cold war politics, a Political Research Associates book (3rd edition published by South End Press, 1991.) In particular it covers the National Republican Heritage Groups (Nationalities) Council and the American Security Council together with a rag-tag of ...
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... Matthew Smith book with some material to flesh out his otherwise over simple conclusions. It is remarkable that a book as good as that written by Bryan Clough should only appear through a minor publisher. Notes [1 ] There is a theory that Kent had begun working for the Soviets in 1938 in Moscow and this being the time of the Nazi-Soviet Pact wanted to be in Berlin on their behalf. There is no evidence of this. [2 ] But not all the pro-Fascists were arrested. None of the Right Club members of the House of Lords, nor the Duke of Bedford, were interned.The operation of a discreet English class system can be ...
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... Northern Ireland: The Orange State (London: Pluto Press, 1976) Fisk, R : The Point of No Return (London: Andre Deutsche, 1976) Foot, P : Who Framed Colin Wallace? (London: Macmillan 1989) Hill, J and Bell, A : The Other Face of Terror: Inside Europe's Neo-Nazi Network. (London: Granada, 1988) Holroyd, F and Burbridge, N: War Without Honour (Hull: Medium, 1989) McCann, E : War and an Irish Town (London: Pluto Press, 1980) McDonald, H and Cusack, J : The UDA: Inside the Heart of Loyalist Terror. ( ...
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155. War and peace plots [Lobster #51 (Summer 2006)]
... re-emergence of many of these circumstances after 1931, Canaris had not been hostile to the formation of a National Socialist-led coalition in 1933.( [2 ] ) By 1937, once Hitler had announced his plans for massive military action across Europe, including the conquest of vast tracts of the East, Canaris turned against the Nazi regime, appalled both by the prospect of another continental war and the essentially gangster characteristics of the government. In the difficult circumstances found within a dictatorship, he began plotting its downfall with a diverse array of individuals. By July 1938 Canaris and many in the German High Command, together with civilian politicians left in the country, were ...
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156. Historical Notes [Lobster #51 (Summer 2006)]
... the supporters of a 'middle way', but it squared with their commitment to the construction of a society founded on non-material principles where markets served human need. This might seem a long way from the activities of the CIA in the post-war era but Simon Matthews' interesting article in Lobster 44 ( 'Argentina, the Nazis and the original Third Way') allows us to make the connection. During the 1920s and 1930s, the Catholic Church, with the help of SIS, had established Intermarium, an organisation dedicated to fighting Communism in eastern Europe. During the war some of the Nazis' leading collaborators, such as Petain in France, Admiral Horthy ...
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157. What is Opus Dei? (book review) [Lobster #51 (Summer 2006)]
... with the impossibility of finding out what is happening inside its upper reaches, means that conspiracy theorists have free rein. However O.D . simply rebuts them by pointing out the lack of positive evidence. This problem pervades the whole book. Friedlander discusses various scandals that people have tried to associate with Opus Dei, including the Vatican/Nazi ratlines to South America, the Banco Ambrosiano/Robert Calvi case, the Swiss Guard murders and even alleged murders of recent Popes. As there is no proof of O.D . involvement and the organisation itself denies any involvement, the author simply returns his verdict of 'nothing to see here move along'. (He may well ...
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158. Out of the blue and into the black [Lobster #51 (Summer 2006)]
... British fascists were always much more enthusiastic about attaching themselves to Loyalism's cause than Loyalists (both UVF and UDA) were to accept that support. Indeed, the UDA drove the National Front out of Belfast in 1989 and the UVF did likewise with Combat 18 in 1993. That said, Johnnie Adair was a member of the National Front and Nazi rock band, Offensive Weapons, before ever he joined the UDA in 1989; and McDonald and Cusack add that Rathcoole UDA commander John Gregg was an admirer of Adolf Hitler. See Jim Cusack and Henry McDonald, UDA: Inside the Heart of Loyalist Terror (Penguin, 2004). UVF members have also been involved in race attacks ...
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159. Anglo-America and the Third Reich [Lobster #52 (Winter 2006/7)]
... uncertainty, the author's paternal Italian grandfather, seconded by his grandmother, had agonized for years over the outcome of the war. Was the defeat of Mussolini and Hitler a good thing after all? 'My father and I the modern ones would listen to these tirades, rolling our eyes, and excusing the impropriety of even alluding to a possible Nazi victory on account of my grandfather's earnest but essentially "screwed-up" world view. ' Certainly, as Preparata came to reconsider, the result of world conflict had not been kind to the former Axis powers, knee-deep in spilled blood and burdened with ineffable guilt for the Holocaust and associated Nazi terror; but was the ...
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... seems to regard him as more of an English eccentric than a real fascist. Even when it comes to Mosley's embrace of anti-Semitism, Skidelsky quite incredibly argues that British Jews were at least partly responsible for this themselves because of their hostile reaction to his fascism! Most hilariously, Skidelsky actually argues that, in the event of a Nazi victory, if Mosley had collaborated, he would have been no more a traitor than Konrad Adenauer was for collaborating with the Allies after 1945. Skidelsky does not really seem to have grasped the enormity of Nazism. For just about anyone else a better comparison than with Adenauer would have been with Vidkun Quisling, the Norwegian fascist and collaborator ...
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