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Stray Thoughts Archive (22-23)

No. 22 - Would have appeared in Cambrensis issue 68, November, 2006, if not for the magazine's sad closure.

* The other day in a Tesco supermarket I came across an advertisement that read 'Accessorize Your Armpits'. Do they want to take over the language as well as the country? Hmm.

* After my celebration of the word 'product' in the Stray Thoughts of Cambrensis 62, I've been asked what other words would set my bullshit detector spinning. There are too many of them to list, but how about 'choice', 'reform' and 'agenda' for starters? But, in the words of the old song, 'it ain't what you say it's the way that you say it'. That's what gets results.

* Or perhaps it's the singer not the song? 'Democracy' implies an altogether different concept when used in a Texan mouth.

John Merritt wrote to The Times to give a definition of an intellectual: 'a person who can listen to the William Tell Overture and not think of the Lone Ranger'.

* Or you may prefer this: 'someone who, when left alone in a room with a woolly tea cosy, resists the urge to put it on his head.'

* Why do all Radio 2 DJ's sound like 'Steve Wright in the Afternoon', even those who grace the airwaves in the morning? And why does Wright himself sound like David Hamilton. And why (etc.)?

* According to an article in the Independent, 1.3 billion Chinese produce 3.8 billion tons of sewage a day. We'll never keep up with such productivity.

* Don't you think that Tony Blair's downfall being heralded by the peerages-for-sale scandal is a bit like Al Capone being gaoled for tax evasion?

* We're not going to suffer 'Digit Al' for the next three or four years, are we, for goodness sake? Even in my infant school he would have been regarded as too infantile. And that expensive TV campaign and brochure tell you so very little. This isn't 'dumbing down'. It's nappying down.

* Why is it that those who have the most boring conversations insist on having them loudly and publicly on mobile phones; those with the worst taste in music play it most thumpingly on their car stereos with their sidescreens down; and those with the yappiest dogs leave them untended for longest?

* Irony of the year: I was asked to provide a footnote explaining 'The Iron Curtain' for the title story of my collection Checkpoint. It's being published in Romania.

* I see that the Government is likely to quietly drop its ID Card nonsense. Let's hope so. Perhaps a few other daft ideas will go at the same time. Like the thought that any bunch of bossy bureaucrats can know all the answers to life, the Universe, and everything. Though perhaps this one's our fault.

Roman Abramovich paid 285,000 for the 'VIP 1' number plate. '1 DIC' not available?

* Dashes are fast becoming the lazy writer's preferred form of punctuation. Even the double-dash has its proper place in the scheme of things, but the dash is now pressed into all kinds of service.

* The only mystery about Zinedine Zidane's much-replayed World Cup head-butt is why it wasn't delivered to the bridge of Marco Materazzi's nose. Any clues? Answers on a postcard to FIFA.

Robert Nisbet writes to give me another Richard Sheridan story. Sheridan was once in debate in the Commons when an opponent claimed 'I verily do believe that the Right Honourable gentleman will come to be hanged or to die of the pox'. The reply from the playwright was: 'That will depend, sir, on whether I embrace your principles or your mistress.' Robert also tells me that Sheridan's ambitions were originally political more than literary. He is said to have turned aside to write The Rivals in a fit of pique after he hadn't got the job of Foreign Secretary.

No. 23 - An on-line only edition, covering the period (roughly) September, 2006 - April 2007.

James Egan writes to the IoS to ask if, in view of the concern Tony Blair has for the people of Iraq, 'could he not consider doing 12 months voluntary work in a Baghdad hospital after he leaves office?' I'm sure he would, but unfortunately he's already got a $erious job lined up in America.

* The Western Mail recently ran a feature on a poll for the '15 greatest living Welsh figures'. I hope you took this very seriously: 'hundreds of people' took part in the poll.

* Don't believe it if you get an e-mail from a robot called Maxine offering to 'Blast your ad to millions!' She blasts most of them to me.

Texas Tom is to have his scenes of one-handed cigarette rolling painted out frame-by-frame from a 1950 cartoon for the Boomerang TV channel. That'll please Jerry no end.

* I knew the spelling of 'fillip', but Chris Williams told me it also means 'a snap of the fingers'. Still, I'd try to find some other way of lifting a restaurant waiter's day if I were you.

* 'Skipping is the knees' way of laughing'. says The Guardian.

* Do we have to put up with the Domestos rubber-sucker germ singing about 'people vom'?

* I'd been trying to find a copy of Dennis Lewis's novel, The Corrupted, in Waterstones book shop. Eventually I found just one copy - buried among the tourist guides and whatnot in 'Local Interest'. Do we have so little faith in our home-grown writers?

* Acronyms can be a doubtful source of etymology. 'Posh' is reputed to come from 'Port out and starboard home', whereas its real origin is unknown. The offensive 'wog' is often ascribed to 'westernised oriental gentleman', whereas the word is more likely a short form of 'golliwog'. Meanwhile, 'Chav' is currently being assigned to 'council house and violent', whereas it really come from the old Romany word 'chavi' for 'bloke' (originally 'girl'). In future years we'll read that 'Womd' (as the need for a pronounceable acronym will make it) comes from 'weapons of mass destruction', whereas we now know it really comes from 'words of mass deception'.

* I wish the TV weather people would stop saying 'a lump of cloud'. It may have sounded cutesy the first time, but I counted it being used four times in a single forecast recently.

* 'Blair speaks of staying [in Iraq] until the job is finished,' says Simon Jenkins in The Guardian. 'What job? The only job he can mean is his own.'

 

* I recently found an interesting story about a distant relative of mine, Gareth Jones. In the 1930s he did some staggering investigative journalism for the Western Mail in Manchuria, and was also known as 'the hero of the Ukraine'. Can you imagine one of our local journalists doing that today?

 

* We must be running out of news. The front-page headline in an April Western Mail was about the complaint from a designer about 'celeb-designers'. He obviously fancies himself as a celeb.

* It wasn't that I planned for this to be a 'grouch about the Western Mail special'. But a feature in the 'National Newspaper of Wales' was about 'Britain's best celebrity hat wearer.' Do they wonder why the circulation of all newspapers is going down?

* Or is this really yet another 'grouch about Blair special'? You'll have heard of his agreement with David Frost's comment that the Iraq invasion was a disaster? Downing Street was quick to say that this was just a slip of the tongue; that he wasn't properly listening to what was being said. I can believe that. He's got an inglorious record of not listening to what was being said.

* And talking about grouching, TJ Davies tells me that 'Groucho' (as in Marx) comes from the 'Grouch-Pouch' in which vaudeville artists carried enough money to get them home if a job didn't pay up ... a circumstance that would make anyone ... Grouchy.

Jim Crace's otherwise excellent novel, The Pesthouse, was marred for me because of the American spellings. It's set in America right enough, but was written in the Midlands.

* Writing in his Tribune column of 28 March, 1947, George Orwell referred to 'recent rumours that this was the beginning of another Ice Age'. Global cooling?

Robert Nisbet sent me a number of pieces that would have appeared in Stray Thoughts.
Here they are:

* How about there being be a banned list of terms that are well past their sell-by date. 'Postcode lottery' would be high on his own list.

* Who validates the TV news 'analysts' and 'experts'?. 'Media analysts' bore us by dissecting the affairs of minor 'celebs'. 'Retail analysts' pontificate earnestly that if M&S sell more goods, they will increase their profits. Once he even heard an analyst billed as a 'happiness expert'.

* Robert saw a job advert from Swansea University for an 'Entrepreneurship Development Officer'. He thought that bad enough, but saw that the person appointed will have to draw upon something called the 'Knowledge Exploitation Fund'. He says he knew that the exploitation of knowledge has worked its way through from the Spanish Inquisition to the Kremlin, but couldn't quite believe that there were grants for it in the UK.


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Gareth Richard Vaughan Jones
Born 13 August 1905
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Died 12 August 1935 (aged 29)
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It is so frustrating to watch a TV documentary that is so poorly produced that it doesn't do justice to its subject.

That was the case last night in BBC4's Storyville: Hitler, Stalin and Mr Jones, the remarkable and intriguing story of Gareth Jones, a journalist who was murdered in mysterious circumstances in China in 1935.

When I spotted that the programme was coming up, and not knowing a thing about Jones, I consulted the Wikipedia entry about him.

It revealed that in 1933, while working for Lloyd George, he travelled to Russia and the Ukraine and discovered that Stalin's collectivisation policy had created a famine (in which 10m were to die). He witnessed horrific scenes of starvation.

But Jones's truth-telling, eye-witness report was disowned by Lloyd George, ignored by other politicians and derided by most of the rest of the media (it was published only in the Manchester Guardian and the now-defunct New York Evening Post).

Worst of all, the substance of his report was disputed by the New York Times's Moscow correspondent Walter Duranty under the pro-Soviet headline "Russians hungry, but not starving." (And Wikipedia is good on Duranty's duplicity too).

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 Gareth Jones: a mysterious death

So a man who told the truth - which emerged many years later, after Stalin's death - suffered from the political desire in Britain and the US not to rock the Soviet boat.

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Banned from Russia, Jones travelled to Japan in late 1934 and then China, eventually arriving in the Chinese province of Inner Mongolia along with a German journalist. They were kidnapped by bandits who demanded a ransom for Jones but released the German.

According to the Wikipedia profile, the bandits shot Jones on the eve of his 30th birthday. It adds: "There were strong suspicions that Jones' murder was engineered by the Soviet NKVD, as revenge for the embarrassment he had previously caused the Soviet regime."

So, with all that information on board, I looked forward to the documentary to cast light on Jones's adventures. Well, it did that - but one had to concentrate very hard while putting up with an over-long programme and an absurd hammy narration.

It failed to relate the story, built around rich material from Jones's diaries and notebooks, in a straightforward fashion.

It turned out that Jones, aside from being an aide to Lloyd George, also worked as a journalist for The Times, The Economist and the Western Mail. And he also operated on behalf of British intelligence.

He shared a flight with Hitler, had dinner with Goebbels, got close to Stalin's foreign affairs ambassador Maxim Litvinov and also managed to meet William Randolph Hearst at both his Welsh and Californian castles.

As for the manner of his death, there was no conclusive proof. But the programme did reveal that the Chinese contact who loaned Jones and the German "journalist", Muller, a car to travel to Inner Mongolia was definitely an NKVD agent. And Muller was probably one as well.

Anyway, it is a terrific story. Evidently, Jones is regarded as a hero in the Ukraine. In 2008, he was posthumously awarded the Ukrainian Order of Merit for his exceptional services to the country and its people. Sadly, the documentary omitted to tell us that.

See reviews in The Guardian here, the Daily Telegraph here and The Independenthere.

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These days we live in a world of investigative journalism - much of it not very palatable. But back in the 1930s, when the term hadn't even been invented, one Welshman used his pen to expose what was, in effect, a holocaust of major proportions.
 
The man in question was Gareth Jones, a young journalist from Barry, and the manmade disaster he wrote about was the famine in the Ukraine.
 

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Gareth Jones reading. (Image provided by www.margaretcolley.co.uk)

"He was a brilliant student," says historian Patrick Wright. "He got a 1st in French at Cambridge and taught himself Russian. When he left University he worked as a journalist and as Secretary toLloyd George

He visited Germany regularly but Russia, where his mother had once lived, was where he really wanted to go." In the late 1920s this was not possible - it was barely 10 years since the Communists had killed the Czar and relations between western powers and the Soviet Union were, to say the least, frosty. 

However, in 1930 a diplomatic thaw gave Gareth his chance and over the next four years he made three visits to the Soviet Union. What he saw horrified him. 

With his knowledge of Russian, Gareth was able to get off the beaten path and look at people and places no other westerner possibly could. He roamed the country, met the people and saw for himself that Stalin's wonderful "new world," particularly in the Ukraine, was very far from ideal. Murder, mass deportation, burning of farms, deprivation of essential food and medical aid, Gareth Jones witnessed it all. 

On his return he wrote about the conditions of the Ukraine, where the persecution of the people eventually resulted in ten million deaths - state directed genocide on a massive scale. 

Stalin and his government were not best pleased and banned him from the country. Even many western journalists howled him down. Men like Pulitzer Prize winner Walter Duranty, desperate to maintain his good relations with the Soviet Union, wrote "There is no death from starvation in the Ukraine - but there is widespread mortality from diseases due to malnutrition." 

Gareth Jones did not back down in the face of this criticism. He was determined that the world should hear about the famine that had taken, and would continue to take, so many lives. And his journalistic career continued unabated. He went to America and was a spectator to the great Depression. Then he travelled to report on events in Germany where he actually flew in the same plane as Adolf Hitler

"If this aeroplane should crash," he wrote, "the whole history of Europe would be changed. For a few feet away sits Adolf Hitler, Chancellor of Germany and leader of the most volcanic nationalist awakening the world has ever seen - - - He does not look impressive. His handshake was firm, but his large outstanding eyes seemed emotionless as he greeted me."

Sadly, Gareth himself did not have long left to live. His curiosity in world events next took him to China. 

He travelled to Inner Mongolia. And here, on the eve of his 30th birthday, he was captured by bandits and killed.
 

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Gareth Jones. (Image provided by www.margaretcolley.co.uk)

It was a troubled time in this part of the world and there is no doubt that Chinese leaders knew what Gareth had uncovered in Russia. Whether or not his death was politically motivated will probably never be known - and if it was, who or what was the moving force behind the murder? 

The story of Gareth Jones is told on Past Master, Sunday 21 March, 2pm, BBC Radio Wales. 
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     At 15:17 21st Mar 2010, Noreen wrote:

    Reading the blog on Gareth Jones and then listening to the Past Master programme, you realise that huge diversity and range of unsung Welsh heroes. Gareth Jones, the journalist from Barry, is a clssic example and deserves to be remembered not just by his fellow countrymen but also by Britain as a whole.

    More is known about the likes of Lord Haw Haw, who tried to belittle Britain, than this remarkably brave young man. Gareth Jones wasn't trying to run down anybody, just trying expose some of the attrocities happening at the time.

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     At 19:11 29th Mar 2010, mcolley242 wrote:

    This blog by Phil Carradice is a great complement to the young Welsh journalist, my uncle, Gareth Richard Vaughan Jones. His death was so premature and it has been my ambition to have him remembered in Wales. Thank you Phil for your article praising him. To read more about Gareth visit my website www.margaretcolley.co.uk 
    Margaret Siriol

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     At 16:58 31st Mar 2010, Phil wrote:

    Your uncle Gareth Jones really is an unremembered hero of Wales. When I think about what he achieved in his tragically short life it saddens me - what might he have done had he lived? But then, being the sort of man he was, he'd probably have put himself in the firing line in the Spanish Civil War - and again in WW2. Whether or not he would have survived those conflicts is mer conjecture. Investigative journalists have a lot to learn from people like Gareth.

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     At 14:42 4th Apr 2010, Raymond wrote:

    Gareth Jones is also a relative of mine, though a lot more distant in my case than in Siriol Colley's. I appreciate all that she and Phil say about him. As I said in my STRAY THOUGHTS back in 2005, it's hard to imagine any of today's local journalists emulating the 'Hero of the Ukraine'. Anyway, it's good to see Gareth Jones remembered in this way. Well done, Phil. You can see my comment (together with more irreverent ones) on the STRAY THOUGHTS ARCHIVE http://www.benybont.co.uk/moreword/arc/arc22-23.htm

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     At 13:53 28th Apr 2010, Peter wrote:

    Driving in to work this morning listening to the World Service, I caught the last 5 minutes or so of a reading from Gareth Jones' account of travels in the Ukraine in the 1930's. It wasn't until the credit at the end that I realized who the author was. My grandparents lived next door to Gareth Jones' mother in Barry and growing up all I ever knew about him was that he was a correspondent who had been kidnapped and murdered by Chinese bandits shortly before WWII. I never appreciated the kind of journalist he was until now. Thank you.

 

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