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71. Lobster Issue 55: Contents [Lobster #55 (Summer 2008)]
... the Clash of Civilisations: Iraq, Iran and the plan to remake the Middle East Adrian Levy and Catherine Scott-Clark, Deception: Pakistan, the United States and the global nuclear weapons conspiracy David Miller and William Dinan, A Century of Spin: how public relations became the cutting edge of corporate power Andrew Defty, Britain, America and Anti-Communist Propaganda 1945-53: The Information Research Department Jim Marrs, Psi Spies: The true story of America's psychic warfare programme Edward T. Haslam, Dr Mary's Monkey Mark Garnett, From Anger to Apathy: the British Experience since 1975, and, Jules Boykoff, Beyond Bullets, and Geoffrey Gilson, Dead Men Don't Eat Lunch Pieces without an author's ...
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72. RE: [Lobster #55 (Summer 2008)]
... , pp. 323-352. <http://www.state.gov/www/about_state/history/intel/index.html> All 867 pages are available here: <http://www.state.gov/documents/organization/96785.pdf> Public Administration Review; 68(3 ), May 2008, pp. 420-427. Linda Kaye, 'Reconciling policy and propaganda: the British Overseas Television Service, 1954-1964', Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television, 27(2 ), June 2007, pp. 215-236 Last| Contents| Next ...
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73. Hacks, pols and PR [Lobster #54 (Winter 2007/8)]
... the world. For the time being, the David vs Goliath struggle of the left pamphleteers battling the vast print combines of the news barons has equalled up. On a laptop's twelve-inch screen we stand as high as Punch Sulzberger, or Rupert Murdoch.' Neither predicts the demise of newspapers, 'but it's a world in decline, and a propaganda system in decline...We can get a news story from a CounterPuncher in Gaza or Ramallah or Oaxaca or Vidharba and have it out to a world audience in a matter of hours." This collection happily recounts the embarrassment of the The New York Times over the 'war on terror' promoting Judith Miller and of The Washington ...
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... interesting, though not entirely for the reasons the author intended. In the first half of the book Phillips describes how, after the British state lost control of and/or gave up control of its borders, a large (but unknown) number of Jihadist Muslim refugees set up shop in the UK mostly in London and began agitation, propaganda and training for Jihad against the decadent West.(12) I don't think there is much doubt that something like this has happened, though the numbers remain unclear to me. As Phillips describes it, the British state and its politicians declined to do anything about this even though they were warned repeatedly throughout the 1990s by other intelligence ...
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75. MI5 and the threat from the left in the 1970s [Lobster #53 (Summer 2007)]
... activity the ultra-left (sic) have been quick to capitalise on the discontent and sensationalised reports against the security establishment and in particular the police, the intelligence services, and the armed forces.' Burns adds: `Together with a corresponding increase in the popularity of British fascists and quasi-fascist organisations, the paper predicts an increase of "enemy propaganda" by the "subversive" left targeting universities, the civil service, and the armed forces. This would be followed by incidents of sabotage "complicated by a revival of the IRA."' According to Burns, the paper presented a scenario 'in which a Labour government, acceding to trade union and other militant demands, radicalised ...
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... evidence is shown to be utterly false, the trial was as it appeared to my casual gaze and to Laughland: a farcical (and incredibly expensive) example of 'victors' justice', with its procedures loaded against the defendant and the verdict predetermined. Laughland thinks Milosevich has been misrepresented by the Western media (which was conned by NATO propaganda) and outlines a serious case for this here. Running parallel to his account of the trial is a critique of the ICTY and its legal basis. His central point is this:'...the contrast between Nuremberg and the ICTY is therefore clear. Whereas the Nuremberg judges said their legitimacy derived from the fact that they were acting ...
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77. Fifth Column [Lobster #53 (Summer 2007)]
... an ideological battle, 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 round of anti-terror ...
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78. Lobbying [Lobster #53 (Summer 2007)]
... 2007); Foreign Office secondment in other parts of the world, (The Guardian 5 October 2002); Lord Bell/lack of 'Chinese walls' (Observer 17 December 2006); lock-in: Saudi Arabia will wait for Gordon Brown to become Prime Minister before signing the deal; name generation always an important arm of political PR/propaganda: Saudi Arabia's missiles are called 'Al Salaam' as obscene as America's 'Patriots'. The Guardian 16 and 17 January 2007 A 'tip-off' can also be of use for lobbying purposes. It is the opposite of a 'leak'; i.e. it's private. See 'Media Monkey', The Guardian 30 April 2007, about opposition parties ...
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79. The limits of accountability [Lobster #53 (Summer 2007)]
... Lords and Commons, has examined the compliance of the UK with the UN Convention on Torture as well as holding sessions on Counter Terrorism Policy and Human Rights. The latter covered renditions as well as torture. Generally they have focussed on policy rather than operational details. Occasionally a committee will get tired of been used as a conduit for government propaganda and will assert its independence. The Foreign Affairs Committee has focused on the Foreign Policy Aspects of the War on Terrorism and this has led to the exposing of cracks in the governments' denials. The chairman of the committee, Mike Gapes, responded in very strong language to a letter from the Foreign Secretary, dated 12 January 2006 ...
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80. Philanthropic imperialism [Lobster #53 (Summer 2007)]
... even though the report tells us that democracy building as a policy solution has turned into a nightmare, there is no sign of willingness to reconsider: criticism on a widespread basis is easily dismissed in the NED's closed world. The 'report' is a seemingly interminable expression of faux surprise at other regimes' xenophobic resentment towards foreign spies, black propaganda, heavily funded 'protest groups' and media, consultants and agent provocateurs fomenting civil unrest with the overthrow of the state as their aim. The Lugar Report's sources are all within the NED 'family,' thus engendering that familiar patriotic exclusive tone that criticises other governments with a paucity of self-reflection. No reversal of perspective is allowed here, ...
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