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... Belgium's Leopold II, was hanged by the British for treason because he took his Irish nationality seriously and was convicted of accepting German promises of aid to the Irish nationalist struggle. It has been suggested that the British were killing two birds with one stone since Casement had earned the enmity of the Belgian empire too. slavery and the expense of suppressing slave rebellions.5 A system of government whose spurious origins are attributed to the slave-holding society of ancient Greece, democracy was redesigned as the perennial flower of a state whose landowners and financiers had consistently resisted every attempt to deliver it to the vast majority of the country's population. At the same time the 'melting pot' fantasy ...
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... /aer/read/140>. 106 See <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peter_Sutherland> 107 <http://www.theguardian.com/world/2015/nov/07/europe- refugees-david-cameron-united-nations-warning> 108 This was suppressed in the official 9/11 report. See <http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/september-11- attacks/11653706/US-report-claiming-Saudi-Arabia-financed-911- attack-redacted-by-Bush.html>. domestic shale, the ...
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... . Hoover used his files as political hand-grenades when the need arose. In 1952, for example, Hoover secretly spread smear rumors about Illinois Governor Adlai Stevenson as part of a right-wing campaign to help defeat the Democratic candidate for President.2 7 Hoover's anti-gay crusade may have been driven in part by his own suppressed sexual proclivities – which ironically made him vulnerable to sexual blackmail as well. Hoover, who never married, always had his number two man, Clyde Tolson, at his side, from Christmas vacations in Miami to summer visits to the Del Mar racetrack. Many journalists and Washington insiders assumed they were homosexual partners, but dared not say ...
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94. The death of Diana: an update [Lobster #39 (Summer 2000)]
... either the full report or that they had seen the full report and were publishing extracts from it. This does not appear to be strictly true as the French authorities have since stated that the report is confidential and could only be seen by employees of the police and the Department of Justice.(1 ) The Department handling (or rather suppressing) the report is: Section P5, Le Parquet du Tribunal de Grande Instance de Paris, 14 Quai des Orfevres, 75059, Paris Louvre, RPFP, France.(2 ) Inquests?Within a few days of the crash the Coroner to the Royal Household announced that'..an inquest [into the death of Diana ...
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... , New York, and California suggests more than 500,000 registrations were tampered with or improperly handled....hundreds of thousands of voters were denied the right to vote or were forced to vote provisionally. A quarter million or more provisional or affidavit Democratic ballots were not counted. Available evidence also suggests that the vast majority of suppressed voters would have voted or tried to vote for Senator Bernie Sanders. ' 1 The IMF's mea culpa Among the casualties of the financial crash of 2007/8 has been the International Monetary Fund (IMF), which got most of it wrong and made things worse. The IMF had an internal post-mortem and the following paragraphs ...
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... amounts of public money during downturns, even if this means increasing public debt. Stiglitz ignores the putting-money-aside-in-good-times 170 Summer 2010 part of the equation and fails to raise, let alone answer this question: if the public debt swells to such heights that it seriously distorts and depresses the economy by suppressing demand through the need to service the debt, much of which will go to foreign bond holders, is the use of public money to maintain aggregate demand, even if it has to be borrowed, the best way forward? These sums can be immense, especially when interest rates return to more normal levels. Ironically, in view ...
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... the country. Fogel's remarks were, however, extraordinarily predictive of a process of parallel development in the Official IRA (which later became the Workers Party) and the Progressive Unionist Party (largely derived from the Ulster Volunteer Force, UVF). In 2005, the fact that working class politics were once a factor in Loyalist Belfast isn't merely suppressed. In the words of Trinity College Dublin academic Andrew Finlay, (himself from Rathcoole in North Belfast) it has been 'erased'. To some extent, this reflects the situation in mainland Britain under New Labour, where Martin Kettle of The Guardian (as an example) disputes the significance of the 1984 Miners' Strike and the ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 7  -  01 Dec 2005  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue50/lob50-12.htm
98. The View from the Bridge (Winter 2010) [Lobster #60 (Winter 2010) (free)] [Free Article]
... out without bothering to show me a proof copy. When the mess they'd made was revealed I was told it would be pulped; but it wasn't. Some years later I received an anonymous phone call. A middle aged man with an RP accent told me that the Labour Party had contacted the publisher of PCP and offered to pay to suppress the book. How thrilling! Then I asked how much was offered: £5000. Which put me in my place. Did my caller have any evidence? None he would share with me. Some of it I recycled through The Rise of New Labour, and some through 'Well, how did we get here? ' and ...
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99. The Malcolm Kennedy Case - Update [Lobster #41 (Summer 2001)]
... after first Quinn and later Kennedy had been separately arrested for drunkenness and put in the same cell. Kennedy's conviction came after 3 trials and an appeal; during the trial, Kennedy's barrister, Michael Mansfield QC, said that there had been a police cover up: 'every category of police document in the case had, since 1990, been suppressed, gone missing, or been forged' and police officers at Hammersmith had 'closed ranks, closed doors, closed files'. (2 ) There was immediate concern about the safety of the conviction; questions were asked in Parliament; an Early Day Motion expressing concern about the safety of the conviction was signed by 65 MPs, and ...
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... A key for a Clockwork Orange Garrick Alder Preamble Anthony Burgess's 1962 novel A Clockwork Orange became infamous after the 1971 film adaptation by Stanley Kubrick. The director's withdrawal of the film from UK circulation inspired decades of mythologising about it, adding to its notoriety and aura. Critical arguments about the role of violence in the suppression of the film have never been convincing. Such violence as occurs in the film is confined to the first third, and is heavily orchestrated and balletic. It is hard now to imagine that the violence of Kubrick's film was more alarming to viewers in the 1970s than that of Sam Peckinpah's blood-spattered Straw Dogs, released the same year. Kubrick's adaptation ...
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