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231. The Clash of the Icons [Lobster #40 (Winter 2000/1)]
... Left. Icon Ellsberg became a celebrity in 1971 after he leaked The Pentagon Papers, an 'act of conscience' that helped turn public opinion against the Vietnam War. This 'act of conscience' also, albeit accidentally, contributed to the demise of President Richard Nixon, whose felonious minions had allowed CIA officer E. Howard Hunt and erstwhile FBI agent G. Gordon Liddy to burglarize confidential files from Ellsberg's psychiatrist's office, in a slap-happy attempt to discredit the anti-War movement by showing that Ellsberg was mentally deranged. Icon McCoy became a celebrity in 1972 with the publication of his pioneering book, The Politics of Heroin In Southeast Asia. Since then McCoy's book and its ...
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... Cambridge in 1929 his reasons for doing so were obscure, but his years at Trinity brought him into contact with the three men already mentioned, and he taught other noted Marxists: Julian Bell, Maurice Cornforth, David Haden-Guest, John Cornford and Alister Watson. Wittgenstein was taught Russian by Fania Pascal, who was probably a Comintern agent and whose husband Roy, like Wittgenstein, lodged one summer with another active Communist, Maurice Dobb. Wittgenstein and Blunt both visited the Soviet Union in the summer of 1935. In the 1920s Wittgenstein wrote of his desire to flee to the Soviet Union, and friends recall many instances of his sympathy for Communism. Was he the mysterious ...
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... to the British, Davies goes further. He argues that the murder gangs were actually being directed by British intelligence; in effect, the British were carrying out a campaign of assassination by proxy. Nelson, a member of the UDA, presented himself to the British intelligence apparatus at the end of 1985. He was put to work as agent 'ten thirty three' by the covert Force Research Unit (FRU) and, over a period of time, became the means whereby the loyalist paramilitaries were brought to play their part in the British counter-insurgency strategy. There was, Davies argues, a conspiracy between Military Intelligence and the Ulster Defence Association which carried the battle on ...
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... because he couldn't remember the meaning of the crosses during his first interview with the police. Mr Smith first said that those where places of tourist interest and then changed his opinion to bus stops. This contradiction helped the Crown to establish a link between a training mission in Lisbon by a certain Mr E, in 1979, and the KGB agent, Victor Oschenko, appointed as Michael's controller. For those who live in Oporto the crosses may be easily placed in places of tourist interest. And if you want to explain the bus stops it is also easy. The court accepted a different interpretation. Tracing Smith's steps I have tried to recreate the footsteps of Michael John Smith in ...
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... at the time of her death (1967 - decapitated in a car crash) it was suggested that Mansfield had been dabbling in the occult. This later became the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory - hence the view in the book that Parsons had a role (of some kind ) in the US space programme. Reuss was also a German secret agent. The OTO were regarded as an espionage ring in many parts of Europe. Crowley and his group were expelled from France in 1929 as a result of this. Viereck (1884-1962) can be found in Coogan's Dreamer of the Day (reviewed in Lobster 39 ) which describes his literary soire├ęs and interest in scientific and ( ...
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236. SISies: MI6 & A Life: A. J. Ayer (Book reviews) [Lobster #40 (Winter 2000/1)]
... and marginal activity often illuminates the centre. The books has some minor faults and one glaring omission. There are occasional uncertainties concerning the difference between important and unimportant points and issues. For example, with only the word of an unnamed ex-MI6 officer (Tomlinson?) as evidence, he claims that Nelson Mandela was once an MI6 agent. If true, this is important. It not only changes our perception of Mandela, the most important African politician of this generation, but also of the scope of British post-colonial activity in Southern Africa. Obviously the ANC was targeted, but so was the Soviet Union. No one (outside of La Rouchie land) ...
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237. Disinformation: From Euros to UFOs [Lobster #40 (Winter 2000/1)]
... Investigations (AFOSI), about whom we will hear a lot more. A 'Multipurpose Internal OSI Form', signed by Maj. Thomas A. Cseh (Commander of the Base Investigative Detachment), dated October 28, 1980, and subsequently released under the Freedom of Information Act, states: 'On 26 Oct 80, SA [Special Agent] Doty, with the assistance of Jerry Miller, GS-15, Chief Scientific Advisor for Air Force Test and Evaluation Center, KAFB interviewed Dr. Bennewitz at his home in the Four Hills section of Albuquerque, which is adjacent to to the northern boundary of Manzano Base, Dr. Bennewitz has been conducting independent research into Aerial ...
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238. Web Update [Lobster #40 (Winter 2000/1)]
... operation was the blueprint for a succession of CIA plots to foment coups and destabilize governments during the Cold War. ' On June 16 2000, the New York Times published pdf files of the secret CIA report on its website, with names of participants digitally edited out. Cryptome discovered a flaw in the method used to conceal the names of agents and published the report unedited: http://cryptome.org/cia-iran-all.htm (more on the edited text recovery method at cryptome. org/cia-iran.htm). Countering the Changing Threat of International Terrorism http://www.fas.org/irp/threat/commission ...
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... wrote a report on the Prosper disaster which cleared Dericourt, and after its conclusion he turned up to testify on the Frenchman's behalf in a treason trial. Dericourt was acquitted and died in 1962 as a result of an air accident in South-East Asia. Faulks, in reporting this tale, suggested that Bodington may have been an MI6 agent before the war (he had been a journalist) and that the connection between him and Dericourt involved more than friendship. Curiously, Faulks left it there. But much more could have been said. Some years ago the Prosper episode was the subject of a Timewatch documentary (some of the same witnesses appeared in this as were to ...
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240. Feedback [Lobster #39 (Summer 2000)]
... an engineering tool as a weapon: in Vietnam it was used to clear minefields and to create instant helicopter landing sites. Fuel air explosives are 5-10 times as powerful as conventional ones, and the BLU-82 has been described as the nearest thing to a nuclear explosion. It would be an effective way of dispersing a chemical agent and destroying much of the evidence. (Why they would do this, given that the intention was to display a willingness to use chemical weapons against Iraq, is not explained). A total of eleven BLU-82s were used in Iraq on unspecified targets. The B-52 is quite capable of reaching the Gulf from Omaha ...
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