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61. Re: [Lobster #56 (Winter 2008/9)]
... and later as Chief of Intelligence of the Information Control Division, OMGUS. (9) He also wrote the first full analysis and description of psychological warfare techniques used by the Allies against Germany.(10) Umaru Bah examines his theories of development communication research and its involvement in 'promoting US foreign policy objectives in general, and Cold War propaganda objectives in particular.'(11) Another academic, psychologist Carl Rogers,also had links to the CIA-funded Society for the Investigation of Human Ecology.(12) Demanchick and Kirschenbaum provide the details 'in the context of America during the 1950s, Rogers's academic career, and the mission of the CIA.' (13) Planning ...
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62. Tittle-tattle [Lobster #56 (Winter 2008/9)]
... news executives, civil servants, academics, politicians and business figures promising 'public diplomacy' backing for their efforts to stifle the critics of Reagan and Thatcher. All were named in the Senate hearings document. Wick was also the organiser of the 1983 White House meeting (Lobsters passim) at which Rupert Murdoch and James Goldsmith became part of this propaganda effort. High on Wick's agenda during his European trips was the building up of what the White House called a 'successor generation' of sympathetic European leaders. The Wick diary entry recorded for his UK trip in September 1982 says: 'The President's Youth Exchange Initiative was the cornerstone of his visit.' That the British American Project for the ...
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63. The view from the bridge [Lobster #56 (Winter 2008/9)]
... about the story in this 'investigation by The Times' which looks like crude psy-ops, as a couple of my correspondents pointed out is how much, if any, input did it have from the new Research Information and Communication Unit, [RICU], set up last year by the then Home Secretary, John Reid, 'to counter al-Qaida propaganda at home and overseas'?(8) RICU, one report told us, was tasked to degrade al-Qaida 'as a brand'. If the notion of al-Qaida as a brand sounds familiar it may be because it was discussed by Corinne Souza in Lobster 52. We let him down There is a filmed interview with Henry Kissinger on ...
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64. Rebel, rebel [Lobster #56 (Winter 2008/9)]
... between the British and Irish security and intelligence services proved extremely valuable to both parties and set the tone for post-war relations, which culminated with the declaration of a fully independent state in 1949. In a review this length it's impossible to fully convey the scope and depth of this book. There is much more, including the work of British propaganda both here and the United States. (There is, for example, some information about John Betjeman, who served as British Press Attaché in Dublin during the war.) This sets a high standard for the rest of the volumes in the series and I can thoroughly recommend it, not just for the light it shines on the ...
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65. The politics of the organic movement - an overvie [Lobster #56 (Winter 2008/9)]
... ). The Soil Association, founded the year before, was the most significant of the various organic groups in existence after the end of the war. It has been said that the organic pioneers were ignored, but this is not the case: they posed a threat to the vested interests of the chemical fertilizer companies, who maintained a propaganda campaign against them in the pages of the farming press. Eve Balfour's book The Living Soil (1943) was widely reviewed and by 1948 was in its eighth edition. The Soil Association was founded in response to the interest it aroused.(16) Balfour was the niece of Conservative Prime Minister Arthur Balfour, but few of us ...
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... (c) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 55) Summer 2008 Last| Contents| Next Issue 55 Britain, America and Anti-Communist Propaganda 1945-53 The Information Research Department Andrew Defty Oxford and New York: Routledge, 2004, £23.99, p/b Thinking about this book, I wondered why people like me have been so interested in IRD for the last 30 years. There are two reasons, I think. The first is that way back in the 1970s, when information about the British secret state was virtually non-existent, some articles were published about IRD. They got onto the agenda when there was almost nothing else on it and so they loomed large. Second, the discovery ...
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67. Sources [Lobster #55 (Summer 2008)]
... should be worth investigating. Over the Moon An essay by the excellent Robert Parry on the role played in recent US politics by the Moonies' money begins: 'The American Right achieved its political dominance in Washington over the past quarter century with the help of more than $3 billion spent by Korean cult leader Sun Myung Moon on a daily propaganda organ, The Washington Times, according to a 21-year veteran of the newspaper.'(10) While visiting Parry's site, take a look at 'Gary Webb's death: American tragedy',(11) Parry's admirably succinct summary of the CIA-cocaine-contras story which led to the suicide of the American journalist, Gary Webb, who was the ...
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68. All the news that fits [Lobster #55 (Summer 2008)]
... (c) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 55) Summer 2008 Last| Contents| Next Issue 55 All the news that fits Tom Easton Flat Earth News: An award-winning reporter exposes falsehood, distortion and propaganda in the global media Nick Davies London: Chatto& Windus, 2008, £17.99, For many taking a dissenting view of our national life, The Guardian and The Observer have long been part of our diet the morning fix that sustains us in our daily desire for a better world. Since 1975, Peter Preston has been the principal gatekeeper at The Guardian, the paper of liberal conscience launched in Manchester in 1821 as the voice of reforming non-conformity. For 20 years he ...
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69. The Cecil King coup plot [Lobster #55 (Summer 2008)]
... transformed into a significant force by an inept state repression for which the British security forces and government ultimately picked up the tab. The idea that repressive strategies first developed in Northern Ireland would later be used against the labour movement of Britain, was a well worn theme of left discourse in the 1970s, both in dramatic fiction and in left propaganda. One sees it in the canon of John Gould's dramas for the BBC, during this period, such as The Donati Conspiracy and State of Emergency, and in Robert McCrum's 1981 novel In The Secret State, dramatised in 1986. One sees it in Alex Mitchell's Newsline pamphlet, The State within the State, published for the WRP's ...
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70. A Century of Spin, reviewed [Lobster #55 (Summer 2008)]
... 'Yes, they plan and organise with each other, but there is no secret conspiracy operating behind the visible front. The visible front does just what it says on the tin it aims to run the world.' (p. 81) About half the book is on Britain. There is a chapter on 'The Hidden History of Corporate Propaganda', on the Economic League and its forebears, such as the British Commonwealth Union. (But this section omits the fact that these groups were initially formed not just to oppose organised labour and the left but also to fight for the interests of domestic manufacturing against the interests of the City. The struggle with globalisation began a long ...
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