Bilderbergers head the EU, NATO, the IMF and the UN

Lobster Issue 89 (2024) FREE
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[PDF file]: […] the next year he became PM.13 A web of national and transnational elite clubs All these findings are in line with previous empirical research, especially that by Diana Kendall.14 She maintains that affiliation with US elite clubs (such as the Bohemian Club) enhances political, social, and cultural capital. As a result, members have advantage […]

Lobster review: Green Anarchist, issue 63, Summer 2001

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A  review of Lobster in Green Anarchist, issue 63, Summer 2001

[PDF file]: […] ‘Black Dog’, a possible covert US use of chemical or biological weapons bombs in the 1991 Gulf War. We find ample more , recent material on Princess Diana and her unfortunate encounter with the thirteenth pillar. Stuff about Shayler. There are book reviews a’ plenty, The View From The Bridge’ editorials, all of it […]

All In It Together: England in the early 21st Century by Alwyn Turner

Lobster Issue 82 (Winter 2021) FREE

[PDF file]: […] seemed to take a broad-brush approach to notions of class and classlessness: ‘In April 2011, 30 years on from the fairy-tale wedding of Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer that so enchanted the nation, the couple’s first-born son, William, married Kate Middleton, and the nation was enthralled again. The narrative was irresistible: here was […]

The Balfour Declaration, and, Moment of Truth

Lobster Issue 76 (Winter 2018) FREE

[PDF file]: […] Bank in three chapters. The first, ‘Can the Current Palestinian Leadership and Its Institutions End the Occupation?’ is led off by Nathan J Brown with responses by Diana Buttu and Glenn E Robinson. Subsequent chapters on Gaza follow the same formula, one chapter asking if Hamas can be part of the solution. In the […]

Creating Chaos: Covert Political Warfare, from Truman to Putin by Larry Hancock

Lobster Issue 76 (Winter 2018) FREE

[PDF file]: […] with managing ‘national security’. There will be many other books about the political problems the virtually unregulated Internet is generating for the Western democracies but few will present the historical background as honestly and fairly as Hancock has done. For example some of those writing at . Try Diana Johnstone at . 10 utm_source=Lobster&utm_medium=review&utm_campaign=Chaos


Lobster Issue 65 (Summer 2013) FREE

[PDF file]: […] disclosure of the Project’s existence,30 paid tribute to the important role of banker and former British Steel chairman Sir Charles Villiers31 in easing its birth. His daughter, Diana, has served on the BAP’s US advisory board under her married name of Negroponte. Husband John ‘had a distinguished career in diplomacy and national security’, according […]

The Super-Rich Shall Inherit the Earth: The New Global Oligarchs and How They’re Taking Over Our World by Stephen Armstrong

Lobster Issue 59 (Summer 2010) FREE

[PDF file]: […] is simply not sourced in enough detail for this reviewer’s liking: 77 references cover the entire book. All in all though, this is a cracking though depressing 186 Summer 2010 read. Garrick Alder is a journalist. His book on the death of Diana, Princess of Wales will be published by Picnic Publishing. 187 Summer 2010

The devil has all the best songs: reflections on the life and times of Simon Dee

Lobster Issue 58 (Winter 2009/2010) FREE

[PDF file]: […] he started a new series, ‘The Simon Dee Show’, in January 1970. On 28 February 1970 Dee hosted an episode in which he interviewed George Lazenby and Diana Rigg, the stars of the then current James Bond film ‘On Her Majesty’s Secret Service’. Lazenby, who was managed by Ronan O’Rahilly, used his appearance on […]

Hope & Despair: Lifting the lid on the murky world of Scottish politics by Neil Findlay and But What Can I Do?: Why politics has gone so wrong, and how you can help fix it by Alastair Campbell

Lobster Issue 86 (2023) FREE
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[PDF file]: […] carnage was happening in leafy suburbs or commuter villages, it would have been sorted a long time ago. Campbell, who is credited with calling the late Princess Diana the ‘People’s Princess’, comes up with more ‘P’s in his latest book. We are assailed, he says, by polarisation, populism and post-truth politics as the ‘slow […]

David Stirling: The Phoney Major: The Life, Times and Truth about the Founder of the SAS, by Gavin Mortimer

Lobster Issue 85 (Summer 2023) FREE
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[PDF file]: […] an MP in Jean-Marie Le Pen’s National Front party’. (p. 337). Richard J Aldrich and Rory Cormac, The Secret Royals: Spying and the Crown from Victoria to Diana (London: Atlantic Books, 2021), p. 530 7 Stephen Dorrill, MI6: Fifty Years of Special Operations (London: Fourth Estate, 2001) p. 685 8 6 In the event, […]

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