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... only things that people in general think of as inevitable. Many like to think that (a ) God will pick up the pieces after death and (b ) government will maintain stability and prosperity with taxes. Both propositions are matters of faith but, while we cannot know what happens after death (making Richard Dawkins no better than the Pope in this respect), we can certainly judge whether governments have used our taxes wisely in maintaining not just prosperity but also stability. Well, they have been found wanting. Political consequences Politicians often suffer from the fault of believing that they have god-like characteristics, though rarely as obviously as Roman Emperors. They may not be ...
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12. Good-bye Tony [Lobster #53 (Summer 2007)]
... to find a home now neo-con originators in the US reel from a Congress under new management. The third denies the secular British public representation, even as the mysogynistic, homophobic and bigoted religious are over-represented. Unchecked immigration floods the country with predominantly Roman Catholic young, just as, to curry favour with Islam, the pope reinserts hatred of 'the Jews' into the third Station of the Cross at Easter. The prime minister presents himself with a Koran under his arm, collapsing modernisers, moderates and the secular. Meanwhile, in an attempt to understand its Middle Eastern context, he consults Asian Muslims such as Sir Ghulam Noon – which is a bit like ...
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13. Re: [Lobster #52 (Winter 2006/7)]
... of the site still remains a virtual network linking FOI movements globally and an 'institutional memory' for transparency and access to information rights throughout the world. <http://www.freedominfo.org/> Notes [1 ] <http://www.scholarsfor911truth.org/> [2 ] See for example: Justin Pope, '9/11 conspiracy theorists thriving', Associated Press Online 7 August 2006; Richard Roeper, 'Academics fill grassy knoll spot abandoned by Oliver Stone', Chicago Sun Times 8 August 2006; Alexander Cockburn, 'The 9/11 conspiracy nuts', The Nation 25 September 2006. <http://www.thenation. ...
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14. Some examples of corporate, cultural and state PR [Lobster #52 (Winter 2006/7)]
... Iraq to avenge the death of a Turkish soldier. The Times 17 February 2006. [3 ] PRs always look to the major set pieces for a steer, such as the US State of the Union speeches. President Bush gave his this year as climate change dominated British media, a subject he ignored. The President seemed unaware that Pope Benedict, the week before doubtless with the upcoming Presidential speech in mind gave his first as pontiff, priming global audiences about love, which coincides with China's 'Harmony' PR , discussed below. Pope Benedict similarly outflanked the President in a private speech in Bavaria when he was rude about Muslims, corrected the impression by being rude about Jews ...
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15. War and peace plots [Lobster #51 (Summer 2006)]
... might have had a few months earlier to move it to a speedy conclusion. Simultaneously with this and possibly partly in reaction to it the Vatican had contacted Franz von Papen in 'the late summer of 1942' asking if he could broker a peace between Britain, Germany and the US (but, note, not the Soviet Union). Pope Pius XII himself arranged meetings, the objectives of which would have been the removal of Hitler, the disbanding of the SS, a centre-right government in Germany, the Soviet Union being swept out of eastern Europe and the launch of a 'European Economic Union', in which the Vatican would have some influence. Throughout October and ...
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16. Historical Notes [Lobster #51 (Summer 2006)]
... that post after the formation of the CIA. It led him into running covert operations designed to frustrate the highly popular Communist Party at the polls, using contacts made during the latter stages of the war. These included Mafia businessmen, Christian Democratic politicians and trade union leaders, as well as sources in the Church hierarchy (including the future Pope Paul VI, then Cardinal Montini) a loose coalition which held together throughout much of the post-war era not just in Italy but in many countries where the 'third way' was followed. In addition to this Angleton was responsible for an American input into Intermarium, which by then was operating the 'ratlines' network whereby many of ...
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17. What is Opus Dei? (book review) [Lobster #51 (Summer 2006)]
... .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 be right do so in some cases; readers have no way of knowing.) Much of the rest of the book reads ...
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... the present troubles, were shot dead by loyalists, but this was rare. It wouldn't have been if the British soldiers had been UN peace keepers! 6. This eventually found its way into one of Jack Higgins's more preposterous novels, namely Confessional, in which we all presumably root for the KGB hit-man trying to kill the Pope. (Sectarian joke!) 7. The Militants were founded by Davey Payne and John White around the time of Elliot and Fogel's demise in the UDA. (Boulton, 1972; 181; McDonald and Cusack, 2004; 55-63.) Later in 1972, the UVF were involved in more efficient bombings of Dublin that ...
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19. Michael Ledeen again [Lobster #49 (Summer 2005)]
... (c ) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 49) Summer 2005 Last | Contents | Next Issue 49 Michael Ledeen again Tom Easton As the election for the new Pope began a fascinating US radio interview with a former senior CIA official was broadcast in which the name Michael Ledeen (See Lobsters 31 , 45 , 47 ) came up in connection with the forged Niger uranium documents cited by both the US and UK governments in the build-up to the war on Iraq. By coincidence Ledeen was much involved on the first occasion the late Pope came to wide public attention in May 1981. Soon after the election of US President Ronald Reagan an ...
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20. The view from the bridge [Lobster #49 (Summer 2005)]
... what's going on. ' Hate to tell you this, Frank, but as the BBC's erstwhile Security Correspondent, and all that implies by way of confidential briefings by the British spooks, I'm not sure you would be my idea of a 'non-partisan reporter', either. Papa!Kevin Koogan e-mailed me about the new Pope, Ratzinger, quoting the New York Times to the effect that Ratzinger had been brought to the Vatican Council at the age of 35 by Cardinal Joseph Frings of Cologne. In Koogan's book Dreamer of the Day (NY: Autonomedia, 1999), which was reviewed in Lobster 39 , he shows on p. 403 that in the ...
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