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... , Essex: Pearson Education, 2001, 16.99 I asked the publisher for this on the basis of the title and the authors: Greg Philo has written many books for the Glasgow University Media Group (Bad News, More Bad News etc.) and David Miller is the author of Don't Mention the War: Northern Ireland, Propaganda and the Media (London, Pluto, 1994). However the book's title is somewhat misleading. Although the book is partly about what the free market does, and has done in the UK since 1979, it is mostly an assault on post-modernism and its impact on the social sciences. Ah, you're thinking, post ...
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152. Kitson revisited [Lobster #43 (Summer 2002)]
... who fought it on their merits. (7 ) A good case can be made that Kitson's refusal to demonise his opponents was an important factor in his successes in Kenya and Malaya. The sentiments expressed are a stark contrast to those in most discussions of 'Terrorism', academic and otherwise, which amount to little more than exercises in the propaganda war. With an established reputation as a counter-insurgency specialist, with the likes of Richard Clutterbuck singing his praises, (8 ) Kitson was given a one year defence fellowship at University College, Oxford to develop his ideas. The result was Low Intensity Operations. Low Intensity Operations Low Intensity Operations appeared at a time when an ...
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153. How to Fix an Election [Lobster #43 (Summer 2002)]
... Jules Hurry, Labour party member and former civil servant from the Ministry of Agriculture Fisheries and Food, had signed a letter from Labour's campaign HQ that was circulated to party members urging them to vote for Tony Blair. In the run-up to the 1997 general election, Blair's win in this popular media event would have been a valuable propaganda coup, making this something of a 'double whammy' in the world of influencing the democratic process. (The coked-up monkeys, similarly, were a rigged sample evidently intended to provide support for a larger campaign - the floundering 'War on Drugs'). Labour figures moved to distance themselves from the attempted fraud. Campaign manager ...
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... (c ) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 42) Winter 2001/2 Last | Contents | Next Issue 42 British Cinema and the Cold War: The State, Propaganda and Consensus Tony Shaw London: I.B . Tauris, 2000, 39.50 ISBN 1-860644-371-X Tom Easton Tony Shaw's well-researched study adds another important piece in the jigsaw that is helping us make sense of the impact of the Cold War on British politics and culture. He is well versed in the intricacies of the Information Research Department, the Congress for Cultural Freedom and other agencies of the formal apparatus of Cold War propaganda and ...
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155. Cold War stories 2 [Lobster #42 (Winter 2001/2)]
... battle had to be fought overtly and covertly on all fronts: economic, political, cultural. Yet despite labour resistance to the American-led productivity drive across Western Europe, it was not as if there was an alternative that could command enough widespread support. As Ellwood described in the case of Italy, the site of the biggest ERP propaganda effort, the diffidence of the population and resistance from government and management was not enough to derail the process. The key question for the ERP in Italy was not foremost the defeat of communism but the establishment of a viable, stable Italian capitalism, from which all else would follow. Through the organisation of mass production and the co ...
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156. Lobster Issue 42: Contents [Lobster #42 (Winter 2001/2)]
... Britain, America and Cold War Secret Intelligence Rolling Back Revolution: The Emergence of Low Intensity Conflict . Maury Island UFO: the Crisman Conspiracy White Out: The CIA, Drugs and the Media You Are Being Lied To: the Disinformation guide to media distortion, historical whitewashes and cultural myths British Cinema and the Cold War: The State, Propaganda and Consensus Reimagining the Nation-State Socialist Renewal publications Straw Wars: Full Spectrum Sycophancy The Captive Party: How Labour was taken over by Capital The Captive Local State Eye Spy! Notes from the Borderland, no. 4 Sources Feedback Web update Pieces without an author are by the editor. Parish Notices Thanks to Robin Whittaker, Rom ...
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... protect the powerful' (by changing one sentence between two versions) and asking: 'Who called the AP in the intervening hour and got them to yank those fourteen words? ' The trouble is, there's no reason to suppose that anyone did. (A Chomskyan analysis would sail over this hurdle - self-censorship is central to the propaganda model - but at the cost of stretching the concept of 'lie' (or 'propaganda') to breaking point.) Kick doesn't even suggest that some kinds of change are being made more than others: 'Overall, the changes are usually made for legitimate reasons. But a few of the changes are highly suspicious and certainly are of ...
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158. Spooks [Lobster #41 (Summer 2001)]
... reported that the man who allegedly supplied the timer for the bomb, Edwin Bollier, had been known by the West's intelligence services since 1971. How did Harris know this? Because Harris told them. Harris has a wonderful tale of Bollier's role in Radio North Sea, a 'pirate' radio station which in 1970 was running anti-Labour propaganda. 'It came on the air on January 23 1970. Its conventional medium wave transmitter was more powerful than any other pirate radio ship, and most European national radio stations. Surprisingly it also broadcast on two short wave bands and on VHF. It was difficult to discern any commercial rationale behind the operation. ' Its role in the ...
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159. Feedback [Lobster #41 (Summer 2001)]
... be. Matthews is a tad misleading about OTO history. The OTO wasn't really associated with the German ultra-Right, although some OTO members (such as Martha Kunzel) certainly were. Nicholas Goodrich-Clarke, cited by Matthews, draws a clear distinction between the OTO and avowedly racist groups such as the ONT. Crowley did do propaganda work for Viereck (who had nothing to do with the OTO), but there's a good argument to be made that A.C . also snitched on Viereck's activity to British intelligence. L. Ron Hubbard, I am convinced, was no spook - just a con man who fleeced Parsons. Parsons had to sell his mansion ...
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160. The Big Breach (Book Review) [Lobster #41 (Summer 2001)]
... just as they did in Stalinist Soviet Union where everybody met their quotas but nothing got done or made; and, as every school teacher in Britain knows, just as they have been doing in education since this nonsense was introduced there. Tomlinson notes after this section that his immediate superior was passing as genuine CX what Tomlinson knew to be propaganda from one faction in the Balkans war:'[He] was blatantly ignoring my judgements as the officer on the ground so as to satisfy targets imposed by faceless management consultants. ' (p . 270) Why SIS management went to the lengths they did to get rid of him is entirely unclear. On Tomlinson's account it is ...
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