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... . it is beyond what most of us call the law. This does not mean that it is omnipotent. 4 The CIA relies for much if not all of its tacit support upon the willing collaboration of the Establishment and the Counter- Establishment in all its forms and factions. The means for maintaining this collaboration are mastery of language and propaganda and an enormous capacity to reward support (witting or unwitting) and punish opposition. 5 All of the above are attainable because of the degree of organisation and organisational discipline: class-based, bureaucratic and military in nature. The CIA As Organised Crime is a compilation of examples drawn from his detailed case studies. It should motivate ...
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262. Forty Years of Legal Thuggery [Lobster #9 (Sep 1985)]
... FO 1962 PRIVATE SECRETARY TO MIN OF STATE, ATTENDED DISARMAMENT CONFERENCE GENEVA AND UN GENERAL ASSEMBLY 1963 SIGNING OF NUCLEAR TEST BAN TREATY MOSCOW 1964 RESIGNED, MP CON 1974-79 COUNCIL OF GB-USSR ASSOC 1977-79 CHATHAM HOUSE ON LOTS OF COMMITTEES A MEMBER OF HESELTINE'S DS 19 GROUP. WAS CLOSELY INVOLVED IN THE ANTI-CND PROPAGANDA EFFORTS. BLATHERWICK , DAVID ELLIOT SPIBY OBE (1973) B 13.7 .41 MI6 (C ) 1964 MECAS 1966 3RD LATER 2ND SEC FO 1968 KUWAIT 1970 DUBLIN 1973 1ST SEC FO 1977 1ST SEC AND HOC CAIRO 1981 COUNSELLOR ON LOAN TO NI OFFICE 1983 HEAD OF ESSD FCO (ENERGY SCIENCE AND SPACE DEPT) BOSLEY ...
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... here. Even though I think that's just what Mr Assange wants. ' Even for Mr Aaronovitch that is ridiculous. Algorithms are go! A friend of mine posted a link to Robert Parry's excellent The Consortium on Facebook to be told by that site that this was a 'fake news' source. Add that to the US government's Countering Foreign Propaganda and Disinformation Act and we can see the totalitarian, information-management future. That act:'.... mandates the U.S . Secretary of State to collaborate with the Secretary of Defense, Director of National Intelligence and other federal agencies to create a Global Engagement Center "to lead, synchronize, and coordinate efforts ...
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264. 'Conspiracy Theories' and Clandestine Politics [Lobster #29 (Jun 1995)]
... one another, to accomplish various specific but limited political objectives. No sensible person would claim, for example, that the Soviet secret police has not been involved in a vast array of covert operations since the establishment of the Soviet Union, or that international front groups controlled by the Russian Communist Party have not systematically engaged in worldwide penetration and propaganda campaigns. It is nonetheless true that scholars have often hastened to deny the existence of genuine conspiratorial plots, without making any effort whatsoever to investigate them, simply because such schemes fall outside their own realm of knowledge and experience or - even worse - directly challenge their sometimes naive conceptions about how the world functions. They do exist If ...
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265. Re: [Lobster #57 (Summer 2009)]
... of military power and made them pivotal to achieving "full-spectrum dominance." ' Although its primary role is to shape 'the global media ecology....in the battle for hearts and minds...the impact of such operations at home may be their most important legacy. IO "blowback" occurs as surveillance and propaganda campaigns targeting foreign audiences spill back into the US because of the nature of the global media and information flows. '( 21) The miners united A former Bedfordshire police superintendent recalls his month-long stint helping keep Cotgrave Colliery open during the miners' strike. 'Feelings were running high, and the miners tore into our lines. ...
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266. The Cuntocracy [Lobster #62 (Winter 2011 ) (free)] [Free Article]
... .mostdangerousman.org/press_materials/MDM_presskit _Word.doc> cuntocracy in Nixon's voice when he torments Kissinger with that 'does that bother you? ' The printed page just does not convey it. But of course quite a bit of Nixon's activities were supposedly secret. Surely a cuntocracy is dependent on a vast hidden propaganda apparatus? But such techniques of control are merely the basic methods by which an individual or a group asserts its cuntocratic orientation — its power and the ability to exploit this power. Even 'secret' techniques of control require channels, institutions, and structures by which the techniques and basic methods are implemented. To prevail, control techniques must ...
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... campaigning. Focus groups will still be used by the media to create stories about what people 'really think. ' When Jeremy Corbyn was having a rough start to 2017, focus groups were helpful in developing the theme of his uselessness. 12 Featherstone p. 246 13 Samuel C. Woolley & Philip N. Howard, 'Political Communication, Computational Propaganda and Autonomous Agents', in International Journal of Communication 10(2016), at < http://ijoc.org/index.php/ijoc/article/view/6298/1809>. The Huffington Post ran a focus group story which purported to show how voters in the marginal seat of Slough saw Corbyn as ...
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268. Fifth Column [Lobster #53 (Summer 2007)]
... , it was fundamentally between a 'French' model of counter-terrorism based on policing and prosecuting authority and the traditional 'British' model of community integration. The Home Office was regarded as weak, demoralised and out of control – MI5 was clearly not regarded as much better. All this was positioned in the context of a history of simplistic propaganda that London had become a haven for Islamic extremists – the trite nonsense exemplified by Melanie Phillips' too easy adoption of the French propaganda term 'Londonistan'. John Reid, Home Secretary, confirmed that a major shake-up of the Home Office was on the cards later in January. Within a couple of weeks, there was another ...
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... the organisation funded Militant Liberty, an anti-communist film that would be used through-out the world by the Department of Defense. ( [11] ) Meanwhile other target audiences could be presented with the drama of a showdown between democracy and totalitarianism which used the categories of individualism and collectivism in a slightly different way. The cultural propaganda developed for use in Western Europe took a shape not so different from that of Cold War Christianity, although the details were strikingly different. The early exponents of American 'soft power' allied themselves with artistic individualism against statist conformity, a division perfectly captured, in painting, in the contrast between abstract expressionism and socialist realism. The Cold ...
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... March 1984, which announced that there was now a fourth (new, but not acknowledged to be such), premise for NF ideology: 'the deep-rooted belief that man must again learn to live in harmony with the forces of nature instead of waging constant war against them. ' (28) The practical (as opposed to propaganda) consequences were few, however. In 1985 one Michael Fishwick (later editor of NF News) was expelled from the Hunt Saboteurs Association. Enquiries made of the HSA have elicited the information that around that time Fishwick and (possibly) Paul Fortune attempted to join the Norwich branch of the HSA, but were turned away for their ...
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