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41. Armed and Dangerous: the corporate origins of war with Iran (Summer 2012) [Lobster #63 (Summer 2012) (free)] [Free Article]
... in the Iran- Contra Affair. In 1983, Margaret Thatcher was returned to office with an increased majority only because of the Falklands' War. But victory in that war carried a price. Britain won the Falklands War because of signals intelligence provided by the CIA from its listening posts in Pinochet's Chile. As payback, US President Ronald Reagan expected the British to involve themselves in covert support to the Contra terrorists in Nicaragua. Part of Britain's support for the Contras involved a private security firm called KMS, based in the South of England, and run by a former SAS Officer and Tory councillor. According to Granada TV's World-in-Action, this was the British ...
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42. The View from the Bridge (2011) [Lobster #62 (Winter 2011 ) (free)] [Free Article]
... issue 89 of William Blum's Anti-Empire Report.1 2: 'On February 17, 2003, a month before the US bombing of Iraq began, I posted to the Internet an essay entitled "What Do the Imperial Mafia Really Want"1 3 concerning the expected war. Included in this were the words of Michael Ledeen, former Reagan official, then at the 11 <See, for example,http://abs.sagepub.com/content/53/6 /795. short> 12 To add yourself to his mailing list, simply send an email to <bblum6@aol.com> with "add" in the subject line. Blum ...
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43. 2011: a Reagan odyssey (2011) [Lobster #62 (Winter 2011 ) (free)] [Free Article]
... 2011: a Reagan odyssey Dr. T. P. Wilkinson Americans live in the world first made possible by the massive exploitation of German cinematography on the outskirts of what was then a young California city. Their history does not come from books but from what was originally celluloid and now are billions of digital signals. Hence it is no wonder that the 'greatest US president' was an iconic product of the film and propaganda industry which has done more to sell the US 'way of life' and its vision of the world than anything else, including Coca-Cola. Ronald Reagan, an entirely synthetic personality – like the digital Max Headroom created during his presidency1 – was ...
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44. Reflections on the 'cult of the offensive' [Lobster #57 (Summer 2009)]
... however, a sense in which WoT represents a functioning military concept for the US, which can be located in the evolution of US strategic doc-trine. In the early 1980s, the first period of neo-conservative dominance in US politics, analysts of international relations were struck by similarities between the 'new cold war' prosecuted by the Reagan administration and the great power stand-off before August 1914.(2 ) In both cases scholars noted the influence of a 'cult of the offensive' on military doctrine, and in pushing arguments for pre-emptive war. For WoT, however construed, pre-emption is clearly a sine qua non. But the very abstraction ...
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45. Tittle-Tattle [Lobster #57 (Summer 2009)]
... International Studies. One son Roy, a close friend of CIA chief William Casey, continued in a similar line of work with British trade unionists, while also having a hand in the Iran-Contra affair. Other son Dean, whose journalistic career at The Daily Telegraph prospered mightily under Conrad Black after serving as a defence assistant in the Reagan Administration, wrote a biography of David Trimble, and is now research director of the Policy Exchange. In that capacity Godson fronted its 2007 publication of The Hijacking of British Islam. Policy Exchange has now had to admit some its allegations were unsubstantiated.(4 ) Are there more Godsons in line to add to the family's half- ...
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46. Tittle-tattle [Lobster #56 (Winter 2008/9)]
... Guardian colleague, Jim Naughtie, is not far behind and also has all his British American Project (Lobsters passim) baggage – none of it disclosed to BBC Today programme listeners. One of the better post-war Washington reporters has been Godfrey Hodgson. But even his Guardian obituary of Charles Z Wick, the Hollywood producer and political fundraiser Reagan put in charge of the United States Information Agency in 1981, fell way short of his subject's significance for British readers. Yes, it was important to be reminded that Wick instituted a USIA blacklist that included Coretta Scott King and Walter Cronkite. But there was nothing of Wick's important role in domestic European politics during the revived Cold War ...
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... and salesman, although the latter word of course is not theirs. One of Carlyle's specialities is defence contracts, so it is not surprising that a high degree of crony capitalism is behind the firm's success. Amongst Carlyle's other advisors have been Bush's former Secretary of State James Baker III; Arthur Levitt, former chairman of the SEC; former Reagan administration Secretary of Defence, Frank Carlucci; ex budget chief Richard Darman; and former Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Gen. John Shalikasvilli. Similar politerati pepper Carlyle's international credentials, with such august names as John Major, the former British Prime Minister notable amongst them. These people do, of course, have to make ...
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... fear the exposure of the lies and illusions within the carefully balanced society that has emerged over the last three hundred years as much as any traditionalist or conservative. And yet things are palpably beginning to fail. The US has a constitution that still permits lurches of adjustment to changed conditions – we think of Jackson, Lincoln, Roosevelt, even Reagan – but the British system seems to offer us a different sort of lurch, from crisis to crisis with one step forward and two steps back. Hindsight and Truth But hindsight is a wonderful thing. After the invasion of Poland, Suez, the intervention of the IMF in the 1970s, the arrival of Maggie Thatcher, the Falklands ...
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49. All the news that fits [Lobster #55 (Summer 2008)]
... over three decades goes to such lengths to damn the work of a fellow Guardian writer. Preston has enjoyed a lucrative and influential career in the 25 years since he failed to prevent civil servant Sarah Tisdall going to jail after she leaked confidential documents to The Guardian. Many at the time – the height of the renewed Cold War under Ronald Reagan and Margaret Thatcher – thought the editor of The Guardian would resign, a course of action over failure in civic duty his newspaper's leading articles have frequently urged on many accused of much less. Not a bit of it, and all these years later he is still around denying his own paper's readers an accurate picture of a serious and ...
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50. Maggie, Maggie, Maggie! [Lobster #55 (Summer 2008)]
... as this, what could they understand of the economic advice they were getting? Nothing, in effect. I always thought Mrs Thatcher was a nitwit and the tales of her great intellect were coming from those around her who were unwilling or unable to acknowledge that she was the dummy she appeared to be. (Something similar has happened with Reagan and Bush junior.) RR Last | Contents | Next ...
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