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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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83. Beyond 'The Da Vinci Code' [Lobster #49 (Summer 2005)]
... but, by then, the BND was in the hands of a more modern generation of security officials who saw that German security depended on a restoration of good relations between the faiths, not excluding the Jews themselves. This was a view shared by many senior figures in a Church riddled with guilt at its implicit pact of tolerance with the Nazi devil and determined not to make the same mistake with communism, especially at a time when liberation theology was taking hold of its liberal wing. Pope Benedict is clearly his own man but there is now good reason to take a much greater interest in the close liaison between the Vatican and the various anti-communist intelligence operations which developed ...
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... the book's strong suit: taking ideology seriously. This fault is amplified because, unlike Martin Walker's classic text on the NF, the prose and presentation is dull and, to use a favourite Copsey word, 'ostensibly' academic. In Searchlight's world-view, the BNP and NF before them, as well as every other fascist group are Nazis. This desire to impose a preordained ideological template onto reality is shared to a large extent by Copsey. Take, for example, the ideology of John Tyndall, subjected to some interesting scrutiny. As Copsey shows (not that he puts it so circumspectly), there are definitely resonances between BNP policy documents and the Nazi era and ...
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... end of WW2. Informally it was used by MI6 in the early years of the Cold War. The core of this book is a history of the SLEF, its campaigns and activities. That core has two rings around it. The inner ring is the extremely complex politics of Eastern European migr s in Britain many of whom supported the Nazis; some of whom were war criminals in the chaos of post-war Europe. The outer ring is the pre-WW2 politics of Central and Eastern Europe, the world of the Promethean League, Intermarium and other, now obscure groupings, nourished and subsidised by MI6 in the anti-Bolshevist Great Game.( [20] ...
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86. Our American problem [Lobster #48 (Winter 2004)]
... . Keeping women down is important to that, but the crucial thing is to ensure that the American Way prevails all over the globe. That is America's new 'manifest destiny'. There is almost a mystical element to it, rather like with Nazism, though the Straussians appeal to 'Nature' a lot. (But then so did the Nazis.) Straussism is also explicitly anti-democratic, and keen on 'leadership'. (Some Straussians have problems with women leaders. Norton points out how unusual Carnes Lord is among American conservatives in not admiring Margaret Thatcher. 'On the contrary, [she] is castigated for being too harsh, too demanding; for humiliating men. ...
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87. If Truth be Told (Book Review) [Lobster #47 (Summer 2004)]
... Winer writes: 'Progressive ideology cries out for a new kind of critical analysis and an enhanced quality of historical interpretation'. 'Progressive ideology'? Yes, the author is apparently an apologist for the Soviet Union. For example he writes: 'The Soviet Union had [in 1945] never invaded any part of Europe except in answer to the Nazis and as a liberator' (p . 88). Wasn't there an invasion of Finland? He explains away the post-war Soviet repression of Eastern Europe by blaming it on disinformation and paranoia spread by the US and the UK. The failure of the Soviet revolution is apparently the result of chicanery by its Western opponents. This ...
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88. Terrorism, Anti-Semitism and Dissent [Lobster #47 (Summer 2004)]
... company in Jerusalem is something of a puzzle. Two possible explanations come to mind. One, he had been much involved in the Ulster troubles as Northern Ireland Secretary. Then as Home Secretary, and responsibility for MI5, he had to deal with the IRA mainland bombing campaign. Two, he had a long record of seeking to bring Nazi war criminals to justice and was highly regarded in the Jewish community strongly represented in his Leeds constituency in consequence. (1 ) In his book on the work of the Jonathan Institute (Terrorism: How the West Can Win, London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1986), Netanyahu says the 1979 Jerusalem conference'.... ...
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89. Also Noticed [Lobster #46 (Winter 2003)]
... (200 pages, large print) and sharp history of the Catholic church's greatest scandals. Wearing his philosophy PhD and MA in divinity lightly, Williams conducts the reader through the church's enrichment by the Hitler and Mussolini regimes in exchange for its support; the church's wartime role supporting the genocidal Croat regime; its post-war role in helping Nazis flee Europe; the long succession of financial and political scandals Sindona, Calvi, Gelli et al over the last 30 years; and the sex abuse scandal which is ripping the church to bits across the world. This isn't documented very thoroughly but it isn't that kind of book: it's a polemic, a sketch; and I enjoyed ...
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... debacle, the Tories implemented strong measures against LEL sympathisers in its ranks.) The LEL also served as the most important training ground for the next generation of British neo-fascists and extreme loyalists. It contained men like John Tyndall, Martin Webster, Colin Jordan and John Bean, men who, after leaving Chesterton and indulging in the Nazi fantasy, returned (with the exception of Jordan) to provide the leadership of the National Front. Chesterton was the focal point of 'respectability' around which these men circulated. (5 ) The journalist George Thayer, who interviewed leading members of the LEL, summarised its program this way: 1) British sovereignty should be maintained at ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 6  -  01 Dec 2003  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue46/lob46-26.htm
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