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121. Tell me lies (Book Review) [Lobster #47 (Summer 2004)]
... (c ) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 47) Summer 2004 Last | Contents | Next Issue 47 Tell me lies: Propaganda and Media Distortion in the Attack on Iraq ed. David Millar London: Pluto, 2003, 12.99, p/back One of the downsides of appearing every six months is that occasionally books arrive just too late for the issue in which they should appear and by the time the next issue appears they have lost some of their zip. This is one such. When I received it just before Lobster 46 was published, the details of the invasion of Iraq and the way the media handled it, ...
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122. Terrorism, Anti-Semitism and Dissent [Lobster #47 (Summer 2004)]
... in clarifying our thoughts on where Blair and British politics fits into the picture. Uri Avnery's 'Manufacturing Anti-Semites' is a very powerful attack on the present government of Israel by one of its own citizens. 'The Sharon government is a giant laboratory for growing the anti-Semitism virus. It exports it to the whole world. Sharon's propaganda agents are pouring oil on the flames. Accusing all critics of his policy of being anti-Semites, they brand large communities with this mark, Many good people, who feel no hatred at all towards the Jews but who detest the persecution of the Palestinians, are now called anti-Semites. Thus the sting is taken out ...
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123. Re: [Lobster #47 (Summer 2004)]
... 2004 Last | Contents | Next Issue 47 Re:Terry Hanstock Radio Enoch: the station you love to hate Radio Enoch (see Lobster 46 ) was one of a number of Free Radio stations operating illegally during the 1960s and 1970s. Unlike its more pop music oriented contemporaries, however, Radio Enoch's output consisted solely of right wing political propaganda, albeit with a musical background. (1 ) Its origins lie with a group called People Against Marxism, which, in July 1978, set up Two Spires Radio, rejoicing in the slogan 'The Station You Love to Hate'. Based at Leamington Spa, the station's signal only covered the West Midlands. Over the next few ...
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124. Censored 2004 (Book Review) [Lobster #47 (Summer 2004)]
... editorial timidity. But the 'Top 25 censored stories' themselves aren't very good evidence of these processes. Call me a cynic, but I can't imagine 'US Military's War on the Earth' or 'The Effort to Make Unions Disappear' ever playing big on network news. Mainstream news outlets are turning out ever less news and ever more froth and propaganda, and it would be nice to have this trend reversed; that said, some stories are only ever going to appear in magazines with committed readerships. (Widely available magazines with large committed readerships, ideally.) Paradoxically, the 'censorship' model errs on the side of optimism. Censorship is something somebody does -- and they ...
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125. The view from the Bridge [Lobster #47 (Summer 2004)]
... in a letter to me in December 1987 he wrote: 'I refuse to have dealings with intelligence services for the simple reason that if they give one any information and one is challenged in court they either might or might not be prepared to give evidence. ' I never decided whether I believed this or not. The high point of his propaganda activities was probably the publication in 1974 and 1979 of The Hidden Face of the Labour Party, a large tabloid-style pamphlet warning of the penetration of the Labour Party by 'communists' and, in the 1979 version, by 'communist' and Trotskyist groups. Contemporary reports suggested these pamphlets had been distributed by the million. I met ...
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126. The CIA and 'The Paris Review' [Lobster #47 (Summer 2004)]
... not be published by The Paris Review, he had power in the culture and the ability, through the interviews of writers he published, to influence public opinion. The former ambassador said that Plimpton was 'very close to the Congress of Cultural Freedom and very involved with their activities'. This was all part of Eisenhower's scheme to 'privatize' propaganda. The Congress of Cultural Freedom, one of whose original members was Tennessee Williams, played an important role in all of this. Notes 1 It's cited by Frances Stonor Saunders in Who Paid the Piper-The CIA and the Cultural Cold War, (London: Granta 1999) 2 Jason Burke, Al-Qaeda (London: ...
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127. American PR and Iraq [Lobster #47 (Summer 2004)]
... and the product 'delivered' (loss of life); but had no sight of the work/generosity/time of, say, US museums whose personnel, along with a world-wide community of other nationals, hold allegiance to each other rather than governments. More importantly, global populations were refusing to be fooled by Brand America propaganda. (Was Afghanistan under the Americans better off than it was under the Soviets?) America's greatest 'outreach PR' failure, however, was among: a) the urban, often metropolitan, predominantly Muslim, usually highly educated civilian elites of the Middle East, who form the area's key minority; and b) another important minority ...
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128. Conspiracy: Plots, Lies and Cover-ups (Book Review) [Lobster #46 (Winter 2003)]
... isn't always willing to decide which ones. The section 'Colin Wallace conspiracy' contains a major inaccuracy and the author's cop-op formula. After a quick whizz through some of the well known stories planted in the media by Information Policy, the Army psy-ops unit in Northern Ireland in which Wallace worked, we are told: 'The propaganda war continued [when?] with a new committee chaired by Michael Cudlipp and staffed by representatives of the North Ireland Office, the RUC and the army; including Jeremy Rail-ton, then head of Information Policy'. In fact Cudlipp was appointed as Chief Information Officer in Northern Ireland in 1975 by Prime Minister Harold Wilson to ...
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129. A guided democracy [Lobster #46 (Winter 2003)]
... (c ) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 46) Winter 2003 Last | Contents | Next Issue 46 A guided democracy The following appeared in the Daily Telegraph 23 June 2003. 'Edward Heath created a secret government propaganda unit to persuade the British people to accept the Common Market. Civil servants were engaged in a dirty tricks department of the Foreign Office to cover up the threat to sovereignty and provide rapid rebuttal of anti-Common Market arguments. The European Community Information Unit operated from 1970 to 1972 as Mr Heath negotiated our way into Europe. But when his No 10 files on the topic were released after 30 years, the ECIU's work was ...
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130. Feedback [Lobster #46 (Winter 2003)]
... , or had turned stool-pigeon, is unfathomable. Orwell knew that the 1940s 'peace' was no peace, and foresaw a nuclear war (which was close enough to the mark to earn him the cigar). He also knew enough to be sure in himself that letting actual or potential Soviet agents into a government anti-Soviet propaganda outfit (as he saw it) would be to allow enemy agents to reconnoitre and possibly subvert UK defences. The month's gap between the first list (of potentially useful people) and the unsolicited second list (of suspected 'fellow-travellers') suggest that a certain amount of wrestling went on between Orwell's principles and ethics. And ...
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