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... parapolitics. Robert Parry really is very good indeed: he has the serious investigative journalist's care with sources and that simple, transparent style which lets the reporting speak for itself. This is a survey of Republican politics since Watergate, a set of essays on the big (para)political events of the last 30 years which show that since Nixon ( [8 ] ) the Republican Party has been the political front for a series of massive criminal conspiracies. We might say that the Republican Party is an ongoing criminal conspiracy. Gore Vidal's quip that there is one political party in the US, with two wings, is only half true. I don't want to sound too naive ...
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52. Beyond 'The Da Vinci Code' [Lobster #49 (Summer 2005)]
... operations in the 1980s but a veil seems to have been drawn over the transmutation of the lead of national socialism and defeat into the gold of victory over communism and then the platinum of today's neo-conservative assault on the 1945 settlement. Something happened in the way that political managers of the global conservative community conducted themselves between the era of Nixon and the era of Reagan that enabled a covert war of aggression against communism to be pursued much more effectively in alliance with elements of the Left and with faith groups. In addition to the well-told story of the intellectual trajectory of East Coast neo-conservatism from 'Scoop' Jackson to Wolfowitz, there is a more interesting story ...
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... co.uk (Issue 48) Winter 2004 Last | Contents | Next Issue 48 Nixon's Shadow: The History of An Image David Greenberg London: W.W . Norton and Co, 2004, p/back, 9.99 Reviewed by Michael Carlson A few years ago, during one of America's periodic re-evaluations of Richard Nixon, cartoonist Gary Trudeau showed Mike Doonesbury's young son watching the ex-president on television. After a panel's worth of contemplation, the boy asks, 'He's lying now, isn't he? ' The parents beam with pride. 'A new generation recoils! ' In this study of Nixon's image-making, and America's perception of it, ...
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54. Paranoia is what the other guy has [Lobster #48 (Winter 2004)]
... such matters fall inside the community standards of scepticism and credulity. One can doubt that the White House and Downing Street is always 100% truthful, but to call into question key assumptions of the Cold War or the War on Terror isn't going to win you a reputation for clear-eyed realism. It is one thing to believe that Nixon authorised the Watergate break-in (he didn't), quite another to believe that Bush has done and is still doing, much, much worse. While it is conventional to assume that conspiratorial story telling happens 'out there', on the margins, a brief study of the historical record makes it clear that the mainstream media have ...
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55. House of Bush, House of Saud (Book Review) [Lobster #48 (Winter 2004)]
... book is a bit sloppy: the term 'knots per hour' is used; 'British jets' on page 73 become 'Mirages' on page 75; we're told 13,000 people died on 11 Sept. 2001. But the information is generally worth having, and adds to the shelves of material on what crooks and liars these House of Nixon remnants are. But where is the offensive material, likely to provoke a lawsuit in the UK? It doesn't seem very obvious. The only individual libelled in the book (as far as I can tell) is Saleh Idriss, the owner of the Sudanese asprin factory destroyed by Clinton's cruise missiles in the midst of Monicagate. Unger ...
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56. The view from the bridge [Lobster #48 (Winter 2004)]
... by Bernard Porter.) But much more important in the neo-cons rise to prominence was the Israeli lobby in the United States. (The 'house journal' of the neo-cons in the 1970s was Commentary, the journal of the American Jewish Committee.) Alarmed by the 'even-handed' approach taken by Henry Kissinger and Nixon during the 1973 Israeli war with the Arabs, the Israeli lobby set about remaking US foreign policy to protect Israel. This involved first recreating the Soviet Union as the big bad wolf (Cold War 2). As Curtis showed, this entailed the wholesale fabrication of a renewed 'Soviet threat', at the heart of which was the ...
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57. The Global Economy 1944-2000 (Book Review) [Lobster #47 (Summer 2004)]
... it can exercise some control over it. India is in a similar position. But they have both developed enough political clout to do this. The lesson is clear. Neither countries nor their peoples are constrained to be towed in the wake of international capital. They have political choices. Notes 8 Ironically, this was the time when Richard Nixon declared, 'We are all Keynesians, now'. Last | Contents | Next ...
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58. Drugs, oil and war (Book Review) [Lobster #46 (Winter 2003)]
... political corruption of U.S . Asian policy has been the input of money, including drug money, from foreign governments through their lobbyists and PR firms. This book will talk about cash injected into the U. S. political system by the China lobby, allegedly drug financed, to back pro-KMT politicians like the young Richard Nixon.10 As the China lobby waned in the 1960s its place was taken by the Korea lobby, with Anna Chennault, the general's [Claire Chennault], young Chinese wife, playing an important role in both. 11To this day the money from Sun Myung Moon's Unification Church, an offspring of the KCIA and the related Asian People's ...
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... treasure was recovered by the US and used to fund some of its political and covert operations in the immediate post-war period; giant political slush funds were created under the control of......well, this isn't clear. At one point we are talking about the CIA; and then we are told that Richard Nixon, a politician, gave control of the biggest of the funds to the Japanese Prime Minister. (We are talking tens of billions of dollars here.) If true, this is big, big stuff, impacting on a large number of areas in post-war history, from the funding and manipulation of Japanese politics, through ...
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60. Re: [Lobster #46 (Winter 2003)]
... made use of the Chilean media to help undermine Allende's government prior to the military coup of 11 September 1973. Augustin Edwards (owner of the country's leading newspaper, El Mercurio, and tactfully described as a Chilean Rupert Murdoch) had already been lobbying influential Americans to argue for 'aggressive US intervention' to remove Allende, and eventually met with Nixon and Kissinger to further press his case. He succeeded and the US did indeed intervene. El Mercurio (bankrolled to the tune of millions of dollars by the CIA) began a lengthy anti-Allende campaign, encouraging dissent and, just weeks before the coup, running an editorial effectively calling for insurrection. Thirty years on the Academy ...
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