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111. The view from the bridge [Lobster #56 (Winter 2008/9)]
... regulator" poses threat to City of London. ' At last, a reason to support the EU! Disinfo: an oldie but a goody In Richard Belfield's Terminate with Extreme Prejudice (London: Robinson, 2005) there are two pages about the late Lord Mountbatten, recycling the claims of some on the right that he was a Soviet agent (without any evidence) and there is this: 'Many within British intelligence circles knew him as a visitor to Kincora, a boy's home used by the paedophile and gay members of the Protestant Order [sic], civil servants and intelligence officers. ' Well, there's no evidence offered for this either; and the stories about Mountbatten ...
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112. Ronald Gray (1920-2008) [Lobster #56 (Winter 2008/9)]
... org/pt/2008/04/905423.shtml> That Web address above is the location of a very significant story. Roderick Russell, a former senior executive of Grosvenor International, the private property company owned by the Duke of Westminster, recounts there a decade-long campaign of harassment of him and his children by Grosvenor or agents working for it. (I presume the latter.) When Russell left Grosvenor he found himself unable to get further employment. He believes that he was given the black spot by Grosvenor. Over ten years later, apparently trying to get him to shut-up about being blackballed by Grosvenor, a campaign of harassment began: a ...
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113. Here, there and everywhere [Lobster #56 (Winter 2008/9)]
... weave the whole thing together is entertaining but no more convincing than any other attempt at producing what Tony Frewin once referred to as the Unified Field Theory of conspiracy. On Amazon.com's reviews of this book there are many raves; but continue on down through the second page and you come to a very destructive review by a former FBI agent, Delbert Hahn, who was interviewed by Hopsicker. Before buying this read that. Notes If the Zelig reference escapes you try <en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zelig> On getaway styles, I prefer the version in The Men on the 6th Floor (http://home. earthlink.net/ ~sixthfloor ...
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114. Everything is going to change [Lobster #56 (Winter 2008/9)]
... Army-Air Force football game at Soldier Field in Chicago. Vallee (whose background was similar to Oswald's, including work at U2 bases in Japan) while driving a car whose registration was closed off by the FBI, was arrested by Chicago police who had strong intelligence connections. After Kennedy's trip was cancelled, U.S . Treasury agent Abraham Bolden, who questioned the parallels with the situation in Dallas, was persecuted and eventually jailed. Meanwhile, two snipers had been arrested, and three more sought, in Chicago; but no mention was made of this plot in the aftermath of the Dallas investigation. Similarly, Douglass's book is particularly convincing on the existence of the ...
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... The outstanding $4 million-plus was picked up by the taxpayer.(33) More damagingly, in the mid-80s Jeb entered a business relationship with one Camilo Padreda, a fellow officer of the Dade County Republican Party. Padreda, a former intelligence officer for deposed Cuban dictator Fulgencio Batista, hired Jeb Bush as the leasing agent for a $1 .4 million building Padreda had used federal money to build – money from the corrupt Department of Housing and Urban Development.(34) Four years earlier, in 1982, Padreda had been indicted for embezzling $500,000 from the Jefferson Savings and Loan Association in McAllen, Texas. The indictment never went ...
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116. The once and future king? [Lobster #56 (Winter 2008/9)]
... study) in English and various other subjects. Livingstone worked as a tutor for Knight after he became an MP, teaching British Constitution. Veness failed in an attempt to get elected to the GLC in Croydon North East in March 1980. He was later a Labour councillor in Islington in 1982-1986 and thereafter for many years an election agent and researcher for Jeremy Corbyn MP. An accurate monograph of his political activity and connections would make interesting reading. He has a particular interest in Kurdish refugee groups. Bash is editor of Labour Briefing. People who experienced the antics of 'the left' in London politics in the 1990s and subsequently would not concur with his assertions. Livingstone ...
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117. Sources [Lobster #55 (Summer 2008)]
... side; and here's another. Rejecting the conspiracy theories about 9/11 does not mean that everything is thus kosher. There is a mountain of stinky stuff buried under the official 9-11 investigation which researchers will be piecing together for years, decades. The most striking item to me is the story of the Israelis – presumably Mossad agents – who were closely surveilling some of the al-Qaeda members in the US before 9-11. This came to light because a couple of them were arrested after being seen celebrating as the second plane struck. This is discussed in quite striking detail at <www.christopherketcham.com>. Who knew? And when? ...
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... guaranteed by the colourful production teams who researched the programmes. It was the 1980s so we employed a member of Militant (at least I think he used to get the newspaper) but also a member of a Roman Catholic sect, a retired rent boy and someone who was later splashed across the front page of The Observer as an SIS agent. We gave a break to a minicab driver who nonetheless carried on sending us abusive faxes for years. There was a troublesome former Private Eye man whose stories led me to discover that Peter Cook was a serious and professional proprietor (Cook's otherwise incessant comedy shtick vanished when he discussed the magazine's personnel problems). There was no collective ...
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119. Philip Agee, the KGB and us [Lobster #55 (Summer 2008)]
... in Mexico City, offering us reams of information about CIA operations. But our station chief in Mexico City thought Agee was a CIA plant spreading disinformation, and rejected him. Agee then went to the Cubans, who welcomed him with open arms. As it turned out, Agee was absolutely genuine, divulging the names of hundreds of CIA agents and informants, and providing the Cubans with mounds of information about US Intelligence. Agee proved to be one of the most damaging CIA turncoats in history. '( 1 ) Reading this I remembered that some years ago I had discovered Agee's e-mail address and sent him a question. I still had it on my computer. ...
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120. Animal Pharm, reviewed [Lobster #55 (Summer 2008)]
... dealing with a wealth of information which would have made two or more important books. However the information given is extremely valuable. I can find no fault with the biological our other scientific evidence presented, and this is the aspect I shall concentrate on. It is both extensive and detailed, exposing the negative effects of environmental and imposed chemical agents which can lead to forms of incurable fatal neurological degeneration. The many trails followed began when Ministry vets tried to impose toxic Warble fly treatment on Purdey's cattle. In winning a court battle he encountered what was to become a common feature of establishment practice and belief – they had no knowledge of any secondary effects their required actions could cause ...
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