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31. Kiss me on the apocalypse! [Lobster #55 (Summer 2008)]
... . Although maintaining good relations with Heath (he gave him £100,000 to 'help the European cause'), he took the view that the Selsdon policies had failed because they were too timid and had not been allowed sufficient time. In late 1973 Goldsmith, fellow Clermont member, David Stirling, and 'other businessmen' met Peter Wright, an MI5 officer, at the suggestion of Victor Rothschild, a distant cousin of Goldsmith. Wright said that during the meeting Goldsmith stated that a large number of 'significant UK business figures' wanted the expected return to office of Harold Wilson stopped and steps taken to reduce the power of UK trade unions. It is unclear if anything ...
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32. The Cecil King coup plot [Lobster #55 (Summer 2008)]
... In 1973-75 this kind of black propaganda led to some of the worst sectarian outrages, on the Loyalist side, of the Troubles. Certainly, the activities of the Protestant Action Force and Shankill butchers would not be matched until the demise of the Combined Loyalist Military Command (in the early 1990s) led to the rise of Billy Wright, Johnny Adair and open fascists of that ilk.(25) With the demise of Sunningdale and scrapping of the Special Powers Act, indigenously generated repressive strategies in Northern Ireland came to an end. So too, did Protestant privilege by way of the Fair Employment Act of 1976. Measures for defeating terrorism were generated by the British ...
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33. Spy Wars, reviewed [Lobster #54 (Winter 2007/8)]
... agency accepted his bona fides and he was rehabilitated. After Angleton was fired by DCIA William Colby in 1974, pro- and anti-Angleton sources within the Agency began briefing journalists. The pro-Angleton leaks led to the various books produced by the Angleton-influenced faction in the UK, notably those written by Chapman Pincher and Peter Wright, and oddities such as Edward Epstein's Oswald-as-KGB Legend. The anti-Angleton leaks led to a number of books about Angleton – in this country Tom Mangold's Cold Warrior – and accounts of the damaging effects of Angleton's paranoia on the Agency's attempts to understand the Soviet Union.(5 ) In this briefing war the ...
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... of industrial decline and the rise of an 'enterprise culture'. He has added some new information and an extra chapter, but otherwise tells the same story. Rubinstein is an indefatigable researcher, who has done his time in the Public Records office; but, without wishing to be unkind, there is a flavour here of what C. Wright Mills once called 'abstracted empiricism': a penchant for accuracy at the expense of meaning. This is not entirely fair, of course, because he does try to engage with the historical significance of his findings. His central thesis is that the wealth accumulated by industrial firms was far exceeded, even in the 19th century, by that ...
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... : Constable, 2006, 274pp, 12.99, p/b Reviewed by Mike Peters In the USA, every decade or so an acclaimed book is published, posing the big questions: 'What Went Wrong with America? ' and 'Where Are We Going? ' Fifty years ago at the height of the Cold War, C. Wright Mills contributed his masterpiece, The Power Elite, that documented the emergence of what would come to be called the 'Military-Industrial Complex', and inspired a whole generation of power structure investigators in the sixties and seventies. ( [6 ] ) This genre of publishing hardly exists in Britain, although Anthony Sampson has been updating his ...
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36. What's been did and hid [Lobster #51 (Summer 2006)]
... (c ) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 51) Summer 2006 Last | Contents | Next Issue 51 What's been did and hid Steve Wright has been a significant figure in British state research, at the difficult, technical end, for about as long as this magazine has existed. In a very interesting essay, 'The Echelon Trail: An Illegal Vision',1 Wright gives us both an autobiographical sketch and a guide through some of the developments of this field in the UK from the late 1970s, from the ABC trial, Statewatch, his Omega Foundation, through to his role in the revelation of the Echelon network. The New Zealand ...
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37. Out of the blue and into the black [Lobster #51 (Summer 2006)]
... , to call for a public inquiry. Things get complicated however, when one recalls that during this period, in the early 1990s, the UVF were the driving force in the establishment of the Combined Loyalist Military Command, whose objective was to professionalise the assassination of IRA members and close down indiscriminate sectarian murder. Significantly, people like Billy Wright, Alex Kerr and Johnnie 'daft dog' Adair denounced these as 'the peace people' and wanted to step up indiscriminate sectarian murder to expose IRA claims that they could 'defend' the Catholic community as the fiction that it was. (9 ) Given their links to British fascism at the time they may also have had an interest in ...
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38. Tittle-tattle [Lobster #51 (Summer 2006)]
... inside government information for private gain in his book on Blair foreign policy, and went on to say strong things about the PCC. Having claimed in the usually amenable Guardian that The Mail on Sunday had harassed his family during what became the break-up of his latest marriage, MacShane earned a vigorous response from Mail on Sunday editor Peter Wright who wrote to deny the MP's charges. Ominously for the former NUJ president, Wright began: 'Denis MacShane might be better qualified to pontificate on the Press Complaints Commission if he observed the PCC's rules on accuracy in his own writing. ' The MoS editor concluded by saying that despite the MP's complaints about his treatment by The Mail on ...
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39. Gone but not forgotten: a further update on Di [Lobster #51 (Summer 2006)]
... . However, a few weeks later it was being claimed that Stevens would be releasing an interim report saying that there was no evidence to suggest that Diana was unlawfully killed. 'The full report will go to the royal coroner in the next few months and will form part of the inquest due to be heard in the autumn. ' Stephen Wright, 'Official: Diana's death was simply an accident', Daily Mail, 6 March 2006. [17] Last November the European Court of Human Rights ruled in Al Fayed's favour (Al Fayed v France (38501/02)) and instructed French authorities to release key documents. [18] Richard Desmond proprietor of The Express ...
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... to call off the UVF cease-fire in any future conflict with the UDA, LVF or republicans. 33. The UDA and UVF were jointly involved in arms procurement from the Lebanon, but the UVF had to organise the bank robberies to pay for this, after the UDA's attempts to steal Stingertechnology for South Africa's Armscorps collapsed. Dick Wright of Armscorpscame from Portadown and his brother, Alan Wright, ran the Ulster Clubs. Their father was a murdered RUC Officer. 34. His son, Gary MacMichael, went on to become the first UDA leader with 'A' Levels. 35. Spring, a political reactionary who made Tony Blair look like a Bolshevik, had previously ...
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