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... its own ends. But to explain this very disconnection of the UK state from the interests of its own country surely requires a more global analysis of capitalism, and in particular a more specific examination of its subjection to the USA. Williams knows this well enough, and everything he says points in this direction. The true meaning of 'national security', he demonstrates, has always been the protection of 'institutions' (above all, in effect, the defence of capitalist property relations) rather than protection of the population. While Williams contributes no specific parapolitical information, I think this book does give us part of the 'bigger picture' as well as abundant detail about the individuals ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 13  -  01 Dec 2006  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue52/lob52-42.htm
... in today's money. Without this enormous subvention, the BUF would barely have existed and Dorril's findings in this respect will inevitably force much rethinking of the history of British Fascism in the 1930s. The Nazis provided much smaller amounts. One remarkable episode that Dorril uncovers is the financial gain that Mosley made by acting as an intermediary, helping to secure the release of the Austrian Rothschilds, who were in the hands of the Gestapo. The BUF received a share of 40,000 for its part in this shameful extortion. Anti-Semitism could be profitable. Blackshirt is also very good on the activities of the BUF and the far right in the run up to the outbreak of ...
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243. Anglo-America and the Third Reich [Lobster #52 (Winter 2006/7)]
... . When the Anglo-Americans withdrew financial support from Weimar in 1932, the economy collapsed and opened the way for Hitler's takeover of Germany. Hjalmar Schacht, acolyte of Montagu Norman and the American trusts, became Hitler's banker in 1933. He floated the German economy into massive prosperity on an ocean of loans backed by the Reichsbank, itself securely tied into the international financial grid led by the Bank of England. In 1942 Hitler would boast that the Reich had 1500 million marks available abroad. 'We never find ourselves blocked for money, ' he advised.( [8 ] )By 1939 Germany was Britain's largest trading partner, with the Reich absorbing more British goods than any ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 13  -  01 Dec 2006  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue52/lob52-23.htm
244. Some examples of corporate, cultural and state PR [Lobster #52 (Winter 2006/7)]
... longer dodge public sector parking attendants but burleys from the private sector with parking enforcement the word enforcement an Americanism emblazoned across their backs. This is aggressive in PR-speak pro-active and no longer synonymous with British public service implied by the word attendant. At Gatwick airport railway station a billboard cautions 'Unattended baggage may be destroyed by the security services', the police airbrushed.( [14] )This is advertising at its most vulgar, mention of the Security Services unBritish and gratuitous, no more than the self-aggrandisement of one service at the expense of another. By such means, civilian society is altered. Good PR is stealthy, if not invisible. ...
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245. Out of the blue and into the black [Lobster #51 (Summer 2006)]
... amount of guts, given that he still lives in Belfast. I was further impressed by the fact that Brown was one of the detectives, working undercover, who first won the confidence of Johnnie Adair, (head of UFF C Company, the Lower Shankill), got him to boast of his crimes while being secretly taped, then secured his conviction in 1993 on charges of directing terrorism. At its simplest, if I thought that Jonty Brown was a Shinner, (5 ) I wouldn't be writing this review. The core of Jonty Brown's allegations are not entirely new, as he alludes to the establishment of an 'inner force' in the RUC around about 1973, ...
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... , 49 ) have followed Malcolm Kennedy's case. The human rights organisation, Liberty, took his complaint about interference with his communications and other forms of surveillance and harassment, to the Investigatory Powers Tribunal (IPT), the body set up under the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act 2000 (RIPA) to hear complaints relating to conduct by the Security and Intelligence agencies, and complaints about phone-tapping. It also deals with claims under the Human Rights Act 1998, s7(1 )( a ) that a public authority has acted in a manner incompatible with a Convention right. It was claimed that the right guaranteed by Article 8(1 ) of the European Convention on ...
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... government, police or military. It was also at this time that Colby developed a relat-ionship with a French doctor, known as 'Vincent Gregoire', who was later found to be a Soviet intelligence asset. Colby violated regulations by not reporting his contacts with the French doctor. CIA counterintelligence staff were not pleased by Colby's approach to security matters. Rumour has it that they went so far as to deny him access to their part of the CIA's Saigon headquarters. Their displeasure at his trust in Diem's security measures was redoubled when it turned out that Diem's government in fact had been infiltrated by tens of thousands of Viet Cong agents. In spite of the doubts of the ...
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248. Robert Kennedy and the Middle East connection [Lobster #51 (Summer 2006)]
... provides much evidence of US/UK/Australian intelligence cooperation with the Israeli campaign and the plausible claim that the Six Day war was actively promoted by LBJ (and some in Whitehall) ( [1 ] ) as a latter day 'Suez', to finally oust Egypt's President Nasser, pile pressure on North Vietnam and, most importantly, secure Johnson's re-election. It is often thought that Johnson consummate congressional operator that he was was something of an ingenue in international matters. In fact, Dean Rusk observed, he was, 'extraordinarily well informed about foreign affairs' ( [2 ] ) and driven by anti-communism and a passionate Zionism. Hounam suggests there was ...
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249. What's been did and hid [Lobster #51 (Summer 2006)]
... regarded the whole 'nuclear free' movement as a Soviet operation, and 'nuclear free' meant one or two of its ships would not able to visit New Zealand, little New Zealand was challenging the US. (The world we have lost.) Inadvertently released in the Lange papers, was the 1985/6 annual report of Government Communications Secur-ity Bureau's the New Zealand outpost of the NSA's net-work of listening/interception stations. (We have GCHQ at Cheltenham and Menwith Hill.) The report shows that GCSB was intercepting, tasked mostly by the US, and doing trans-lation/decoding work for GCHQ and NSA intercept outsourcing, as it were. ...
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250. Gone but not forgotten: a further update on Di [Lobster #51 (Summer 2006)]
... 32] ) This has lead to speculation that the Mercedes driven by Henri Paul may have been tampered with beforehand it had been stolen several months before.( [33] ) However, when the car was examined by Operation Paget's forensic team it was declared it to be in 'good working order'.( [34] ) The Security Services Unsurprisingly MI5 and MI6 have denied any involvement in the crash. Equally unsurprisingly their denial has not halted speculation. Members of an MI6 death squad [sic] were allegedly in Paris on the night of the crash and allegedly were 'tasked with ensuring the Princess's death was swiftly passed off to the world as a tragic accident. ' ...
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