Politics and Paranoia

Politics and Paranoia From the editor of Lobster magazine comes this romp through everything from Blair and Brown to destabilisation and economics and from modern political history and para politics to whistle blowers

  • Title: Politics and Paranoia
  • Author: Robin Ramsay
  • ISBN: 9780955610547
  • Page: 472
  • Format: Paperback
  • From the editor of Lobster magazine comes this romp through everything from Blair and Brown to destabilisation and economics, and from modern political history and para politics to whistle blowers.

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    1. This is no more than the publication of nearly 20 talks and short articles given by Robin Ramsay between 1987 and 2004. It distils his thoughts on political conspiracy, the deep state, the pusillanimity of Labour parliamentarians and politics in general.The nature of the book and his own relatively circumscribed set of interests mean that there is a fair amount of repetition in the book but he has the good grace to warn us of this in the introduction. The pieces are also not chronological but th [...]

    2. Robin Ramsey is the editor of Lobster, a journal of the dirty side of politics that politicians are either involved in, don't understand, or realise that getting tied up in will end their promising careers. Ramsey has charted the rise of New Labour and the fall of old (and understood and predicted many of the aspects that many of us failed to appreciate at the time or since), he has also dug into the secret state and the intelligence services to reveal a range of skullduggery and incompetence by [...]

    3. Robin Ramsey author of Politics and Paranoia presents an account of- covert action, destabilisation, strategic theory, economics, politics, para-politics, Colin Wallace, Fred Holroyd, whistle blowers, New Zealand, Australia, nuclear weapons, Blair, Brown, espionage, MI5, MI6, CIA, 9/11, conspiracy theories, New Labour plus much, much more.Politics and Paranoia takes a deeper look into the complex role of the intelligence services and the impact it has on political power. It has some tricky parts [...]

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