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Lobster Issue 46 Winter 2003

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Date:Winter 2003
Publisher:Robin Ramsay
Editor:Robin Ramsay
  • Back to the future: The US, UK and Iraq, 1998 -- Scott Newton
    • American protection?
    • Why did Blair back the US?
    • The extra ingredient
    • A new kind of imperialism

  • Advertising, Iraq and espionage -- Corinne Souza
    • Advertising
    • Iraq
    • US Attitudes to agents
    • British attitudes to Agents
    • The Hutton Inquiry
    • Britain's Iraq Intelligence Product
    • War intelligence, March 2003

  • Perfidious Albion: an end to deceit? -- Tom Easton
    Reviewed: Web of Deceipt: Britain's Real Role in the World by Mark Curtis (publ. London, Vintage, 2003; pb 7.99)
    • Reason for a change
    • An ethical dimension?
    • An elite divided
    • The future?

  • Pretexts -- Colin Challen MP
    Reviewed: Secrets: A Memoir of Vietnam and the Pentagon Papers by Daniel Ellsberg (publ. New York, Viking, 2003)

  • Iraq Misc.
    • Perception management
    • Hutton

  • A guided democracy (IRD and the EEC)

  • Jim Jones and the conspiracists -- Jim Hougan
    • An act of vanity
    • Enter Hofstadter

  • Who shot JFK? -- Robin Ramsay
    • LBJ: the man who wasn't there
    • Case closed

  • Updates
    • The attack on the USS Liberty
    • The Malcolm Kennedy case

  • Demos - fashionable ideas and the rule of the few -- Tim Pendry
    • Inner Crew
    • Democratic left
    • The new Marxist right
    • Democratic centralists
    • The legacy
    • Shallow political base

  • The View from the Bridge
    • Do they talk like this? (About the CIA and publishing)
    • Bilderberging
    • Our elders and betters (Hugo Young)
    • Grooves and academe
    • 9-11
    • Seeing and believing
    • Farewell democracy (US election flaws)
    • ...but someone's got to do it
    • Di's death
    • French twist (American psy-ops on Iraq)
    • Hickley is hinky (John Hinckley shooting of Ronald Reagan)

  • The League of Empire Loyalists and the Defenders of the American Constitution -- Kevin Coogan
    • From the New Unhappy Lords to the National Front
    • Samovars and spooks
    • Networking
    • Del Valle and Chesterton

  • Weird/ not weird
    • Gulf War Syndrome: admitted
    • Chemtrails: trimethylaluminum
    • Mobile phone masts make you ill
    • Electro-magnetic fields cause cancer

  • Bean-counters and empire -- Simon Matthews
    Reviewed: The Imperial War Museum book of Modern Warfare: British and Commonwealth Forces at War 1945-2000 edited by Major General Julian Thompson (publ. London: Pan Books, 2003, 8.99)
    • Defending sterling

  • Miscarriages of justice, complaints and whistle-blower -- Jane Affleck
    • No protection for police officers who report misconduct
    • Authorities must be held accountable
    • New complaints system and 'whistle blower' protection for the police in 2004
    • Greater powers

  • American foreign policy -- William Blum

  • Re: -- Terry Hanstock
    • Bilderberg
    • Is there intelligent life our there?
    • The Other 9/11
    • Digging deep
    • Iraq
    • The Madness of King, Cecil
    • The Weakest Lynk
    • Iris spy?

  • Books reviewed
    • Conspiracy Culture: From Kenney Assassination to the X-Files by Peter Knight
      Reviewed by Anthony Frewin
    • Drugs oil and war by Peter Dale Scott
    • Cold War: Building for nuclear confrontation 1946-1989 by Wayne Cocroft and Roger Thomas
      Reviewed by Tony Slater
    • Abuse your illusions: the Disinformation guide to media mirages and establishment lies edited by Russ Kick
      Reviewed by Sarah Alexander
    • Defending the realm: Inside MI5 and the War on Terrorism by Mark Hollingsworth and Nick Fielding
    • From Bevan to Blair: 50 years reporting from the political front line by Geoffrey Goodman
    • Conspiracy: Plots, Lies and Cover-ups by Richard M. Bennett
    • Weapons of Mass Deception: The uses of propaganda in Bush's war on Iraq by Sheldon Rampton and John Stauber
    • Regime Unchanged: Why the war on Iraq changed nothing by Milan Rai
    • The Angry Brigade: A history of Britain's first urban guerilla group by Gordon Carr
    • The Iron Triangle: inside the secret world of the Carlyle Group by Dan Briody
      Reviewed by Graham Macklin
    • Gold warriors: America's Secret Recovery of Yamashita's Gold by Sterling and Peggy Seagrave
    • Gaian Democracies: Redefining Globalisation and people-power by Roy Madron and John Topling

  • Also noticed
    • Intelligence and the war in Bosnia 1992-1995 by Cees Wiebes
    • The greatest sedition is silence by William Rivers Pitt
    • The Vatican exposed: Money, Murder and the Vatican by Paul L. Williams
    • War is a racket by Brigadier General Smedley D. Butler
    • Notes from the Borderland, edited by Larry O'Hara

  • Feedback
    • From Garrick Alder, re: John Newsinger's 'Orwell and the IRD' (in Lobster 38)
    • From Daniel Brandt, re: US biological warfare in Korea and the activities of the Ford Foundation

    48 pages.

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