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... leading 'false preachers' aiding this cause. And if Hillary Clinton is elected then all will be lost and America will 'be forever changed' (pp. 9, 17). A man of destiny is required to save the country and God has chosen Donald Trump. He has been 'served up by the hand of Providence' like 'Margaret Thatcher, George Patton, Winston Churchill and Abraham Lincoln' before. (p . 64) No one should doubt what is at stake. 'Satan', he tells his readers, 'considers taking this nation down to be his number one priority. With us removed, hell can advance against the church globally'. There is 'a malevolent ...
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... [IRD's] Hugh Mooney's departure from Northern Ireland in December that year. 32 I feel that MI5 thereafter attempted to take over the IRD disinformation role. Allan Rowley, was highly regarded by the Army. Unfortunately in the years after his departure, many of the Intelligence malpractices that have surfaced in recent years occurred and that is why Mrs Thatcher took Maurice Oldfield out of retirement to bring the Northern Ireland Intelligence community under control. I have no doubt the latter is correct because Tony Cavendish, Sir Maurice Oldfield's closest friend, told me. In 1974, Craig Smellie MI6, who was the "Assistant Secretary Political" at HQ NI and who was also highly regarded by the ...
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... ://powerbase.info/index.php/British_Briefing>. were being organised by Colston-Hayter.30 Quoted (presumably from an interview) by Matthew Collin in his Altered State: The Story of Ecstasy Culture and Acid House, Staines said of David Hart: 'He's completely charming and can charm senior people like Thatcher for a while. But any proximity to him for a long period of time, you know he's completely off his fucking head. ' 31 Perhaps it was Staines' regular intake of MDMA around this time that provoked a particularly unhinged thought regarding police opposition to rave parties: 'Staines hoped that right-wing Conservative MP Teresa Gorman would ...
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... doing their stuff all those years ago. On page 534 – yes, it's that long – Robert Elms proclaims: 'Thatcher might have won elections, but culturally we won'; and 'Look at Britain now: it's a society where racism is absolutely frowned on; where gay marriage is accepted. It's totally different from that Little England that Thatcher tried to hold on to. ' I presume these comments were made pre-23 June 2016. The anti-EU vote has much wider ramifications – and not least the politics of those who successfully propelled us to the result. For many who supported the struggle for progressive politics during the bleak Thatcher years the future, once again ...
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... US politics since the 1950s and British politics since the 1980s. Bill Clinton said: 'There is no one more powerful today than the member of a focus group. If you really want to change things and you want to get listened to, that's the place to be. ' 1 On the other hand, Norman Lamont wrote: 'Margaret Thatcher certainly knew when to disregard market research. In the 1980s, opinion polls regularly showed that voters preferred public spending to tax cuts. Mrs Thatcher insisted on cutting income tax, and the voters rewarded her. ' 2 This dichotomy bedevils the modern politician: do they show a listening side uppermost ( 'If only you would listen to ...
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6. Hugh who? (Summer 2018) [Free Article]
... uk/>. One of those forgeries, smearing Northern Ireland Secretary Merlyn Rees, is reported as being in the Information Policy Unit by unit member Michael Taylor. See <https://villagemagazine.ie/index.php/2017/09/britainted-part-ii/>. 6 Quoted in a letter to Mrs Thatcher from Colin Wallace in 1990. 7 <https://villagemagazine.ie/index.php/2017/09/britainted-part-ii/> See the section headed 'The smear about John Hume stealing charitable funds'. Communist Party or National Liberation Front be admitted to membership ; and that Sinn Fein be permitted to ...
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... to the process. He does not repudiate New Labour, arguing instead that it was an attempt to restrain and control neo-liberalism rather than an embrace of it. New Labour's sucking-up to the super rich, according to Brown, was always intended to benefit ordinary people. To put it another way: whereas Blair had embraced Thatcherism in order to help the rich (and to help himself become seriously rich in the process), Brown claims that he embraced it to help the poor. None of which can be taken seriously. It is worth remembering Brown's positive enthusiasm for the excesses of the financial sector. As late as 20 June 2007, speaking at the ...
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... uk-prepared-for-run-on-sterling-if-elected.html>. (2000 h/b and 2001 p/b ), in a charity shop. Heseltine served in the government of Edward Heath, which was partly responsible for the worst inflation this country has every experienced, and in that of Margaret Thatcher, which created the worst recession since the 1930s. I was curious to see how he dealt with these politically uncomfortable facts. Not well, is the answer. Or: predictably and politically, is the answer. His only comment on the Heath years is that the oil price rise of 1973 'put an end to the "dash ...
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... history professor. Yet as one cherished post- war economic myth after another is gunned down, it is an irresistible one. The 1964-1970 Labour Government was fatally compromised by a foolish refusal to devalue sterling right at the start? Bang! Its Seventies successor buried social democracy after the 1976 sterling crisis and paved the way for Mrs Thatcher? Pow! Say what you like about Maggie, but she gave Britain its own economic miracle? A melon is shredded as Fox's exploding bullet finds its mark. Professor Newton's title is something of a misnomer, as he identifies two reinventions. The first is the embrace of a form of European social democracy by Harold Macmillan and his ...
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... City which viewed the EEC as protectionist and likely to restrict the traditionally global reach of British banking capital. But they were outweighed by the power and wealth of domestic corporate capital and unable to divert Heath from his mission. From the 1980s onwards, however, opinions changed under the impact of the neo- liberal revolution driven through by the Thatcher and Reagan administrations. There was what was euphemistically called a 'shake-out' of the economy as many firms either closed or rationalised. The power of organised industrial capital, strong in the 1960s and 1970s, started to wane in the face of a challenge from small business, the self-employed, the service sector and City ...
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