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61. Halliburton: Winning the Brown and Root Way [Lobster #47 (Summer 2004)]
... with 'rogue' foreign states. As Cheney said, 'The problem is that the good Lord didn't see fit to always put oil and gas resources where there are democratic governments' such as Libya, or Burma for example. (19) In 1986, having launched from a British airfield his bomber raid on Colonel Gadhafi's family, President Reagan described the Libyan despot as a 'unique threat to free peoples', a 'rogue regime that advances its goals through the murder and maiming of innocent civilians'. Sanctions followed, but not for Halliburton. As Robert Bryce wrote in the Austin Chronicle: 'Since the mid-1980s, Gadhafi's "rogue regime" has paid Brown and Root more than ...
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... the supreme embodiment. And herein lies the crux of the matter when discussing the 'ex-President's club'. As Briody notes, the Carlyle Group has 'more political connections that the White House switchboard.' It's luminaries include former President George Bush (Carlyle's senior adviser on Asia), Frank Carlucci (former CIA deputy director and Defense Secretary in the Reagan era and now Carlyle emeritus Chairman), James Baker III (Bush's Secretary of State and senior Carlyle counsellor) and John Major, (the former British Prime Minister and chairman of Carlyle Europe). While its advisory boards are packed with a host of corporate executives from firms like Boeing, BMW and Toshiba, the Carlyle Group can ...
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63. The View from the Bridge [Lobster #46 (Winter 2003)]
... Minister Blair know of these offers? It would rather awkward for the government's line on all this if he did. Hinckley is hinky At< http://www.noveltynet.org/content/paranormal/www.parascope.com/mx/articles/hinckley. htm> there is a series of still photographs taken at the time of the assassination attempt on Ronald Reagan with an analysis which claims that the photographs prove that John Hinckley didn't do the shooting. I always thought there was something fishy about that shooting: using a 'Saturday night special' Hinckley managed to wound an awful lot of people; and there seemed to be more rounds fired at the scene than his gun could hold. (It ...
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... wing advocating the legalisation of drugs, for example, and risking the creation of a 'loony right' to balance the 'loony left' of the Labour Party which the central office and its supportive media were working hard to manufacture in the 1980s. The young anarcho-capitalists who took over the Fellowship of Conservative Students detested socialism and communism and shared the Reagan administration's view of the Soviet Union as 'the evil empire'. They thus became useful, minor foreign policy propaganda assets for the Reagan administration. Supporting any movement which was perceived as anti-socialist/communist, the FCS became cheerleaders for whichever bunch of murderous thugs happened to be getting support from Washington: Renamo and the Contras come to mind ...
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65. Lying about Iraq [Lobster #45 (Summer 2003)]
... by the CIA were useless because there were no weapons of mass destruction to be found but this could not be admitted as it would stymie the planned war and the agency was unwilling to openly oppose the government. 'Cooking' intelligence 'Cooking', i.e. falsifying intelligence is not something new. Robert Baer, quoted above, referred to the Reagan administration's campaign against Libya's Colonel Gadafy. It goes back further than that. The intelligence on the strength of the Vietcong was faked to make the case for war more plausible. CIA analyst Sam Adams published a piece in Harper's, in May 1975, describing the way the military had ignored his estimates of the strength of the Vietcong; ...
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66. The Crux of the Matter [Lobster #45 (Summer 2003)]
... under Bush snr. and shareholder in the US RV Investment Group exploiting gold mines in Azerbaijan) had been an adviser to the Azeri government, while doing his best to persuade US Congressmen to lift the Section 907 ban on Azerbaijan (noted above); and (2) George Shultz (ex-President of Bechtel Group and ex-Secretary of State under Reagan), while on tour trying to persuade Azerbaijan to adopt a gas pipeline project, went so far as to refer to President Heydar Aliyev as Azerbaijan's 'George Washington'! Georgia:: Since its independence from the USSR in 1991, it has suffered from civil conflicts as a result of separatist struggles in Abkhazia, and South Ossetia- ...
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67. Tittle-tattle [Lobster #45 (Summer 2003)]
... Whitney, the last head of the Foreign Office/MI6 covert Information Research Department- through the work of the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) in Washington DC. Ledeen One of Godson's colleagues there in the late 1970s was Michael Ledeen, the editor of the CSIS journal, The Washington Quarterly. Come the election of Ronald Reagan, Ledeen became an adviser to Secretary of State, Al Haig, taking particular responsibility for European affairs and the Socialist International. Ledeen, for many years a columnist in The Wall Street Journal and the Moonie-owned Washington Times, has now started appearing in Conrad Black's UK publications, The Daily Telegraph and The Spectator. He helped found the ...
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... they used to build and finance the casinos, the casinos themselves generated enormous profits. With the tax on gambling never rising much above 6%, they could hardly avoid doing so. With profits of 30-50%, double the profit of even the most successful business, Vegas became a cash-cow like no other. Every President from Truman to Reagan either visited Vegas to raise campaign funds or was politically and financially indebted to the people who ran Vegas. Paul Laxalt, one of only two republican Senate gains in the year after Watergate, had been a long-time defender of casino interests in the state. He was the first to form a Citizens for Reagan Committee, later becoming one ...
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69. How many divisions does the Pope have? [Lobster #44 (Winter 2002)]
... Durcansky, surely a figure who demands a detailed biography, left Buenos Aires at the same time, reestablishing himself and his group in Canada where they played a major role in the Anti-Bolshevik Bloc of Nations for many years. It would not be until the advent of the current Pope, John Paul II, and the coming to power of Reagan and Thatcher, that the concerted roll-back of communism was pursued in much the way that the Intermarium exiles, Peron, Skorzeny, Durcansky, Pavelic, Horthy etc. would have wished. Goni points out that the surviving beneficiaries of the Real Odessa were then able to return home, in some cases even being appointed to significant positions by ...
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70. Feedback [Lobster #42 (Winter 2001/2)]
... death fits into the story of another died-young innocent, Danny Casolaro. Columnist Jack Anderson entitled his report about Moyle 'Another Casualty In the Octopus Case' (Washington Post, August 28, 1991). In fact, arms merchant Ari Ben-Menasche identified Cardoen as the person who brokered the deal between Iraq and Earl Brian, corrupt functionary of the Reagan administration, for an illegal sale of the PROMIS software. Moyle no doubt imagined himself to be a super secret agent; Casolaro wanted fodder for a novel. The juxtaposition of their deaths, and the others connected the pursuit of this Octopus power bloc, says a little more about international conspiracy than understanding their individual motivations. From Charles ...
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