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... would ever land alive in Scotland and even if the perilous flight succeeded, the chances of peace were remote. Hess certainly believed he would be meeting Hamilton in Scotland. And he did. But Harris and Wilbourn claim they have new evidence to suggest that Haushofer was risking his own life in the perilous mission, by acting as a double agent for the British. According to their earlier book Rudolf Hess: A New Technical Analysis of the Hess Flight, May 194112 the three most senior RAF officers in Scotland on May 10 all had German and royal connections:'. . .we can say for certain in respect of the RAF command in Scotland that evening is that the ...
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... – financed junkets to Europe, courtesy of Perspectives USA, a CIA-front publication', the FBI remained suspicious. As Rodden puts it, as far as US national security was concerned Trilling was as 'politically safe' as it was possible to be. But that was not enough for the FBI. What of Irving Howe? FBI agents attended his lectures, opened his mail and reported on his everyday activities over a seven year period. His growing influence as an intellectual excited Bureau interest in the 1950s, his Dissent lectures at one point being viewed with considerable alarm in case they 'might lead to a socialist mass movement'. When the Vietnam War became a political issue ...
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... ://www.thenation.com/article/surveillance-blowback/>; Stanley Coben, A. Mitchell Palmer: Politician (New York: Columbia University Press, 1963), pp. 207-232 General A. Mitchell Palmer. During the course of the their investigation of German espionage in the United States, Bureau agents discovered Senator Warren Harding, the Ohio Republican, in the arms of his mistress Carrie Phillips, a suspected German spy. A federal agent reported that Harding was passing secrets from the Navy Department to his lover, who in turn 'relay[ed] this information to friends in the German Empire'. The discovery would have been politically ...
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... career by joining the FBI in 1940 at the age of 23. After hunting Nazi spies during World War II, he tried launching a small business, which failed disastrously. Eventually he earned enough money from a private craps game to open his own investigative and public relations firm in 1954.7 Maheu used his relationship with other former federal agents to land his first regular client: the CIA's Office of Security. That branch handled many of the Agency's most sensitive and illegal operations, including drug testing and mind-control experiments; domestic surveillance of antiwar activists; and even covert investigations of national columnist Jack Anderson. Most controversially, as we will soon see, it also oversaw ...
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... the week after it happened. Read these extracts and you will readily see the gulf between just two accounts of the 9/11 events. Bollyn writes: 'The hypothesis of Solving 9-11 is that the attacks were an elaborate act of false-flag terrorism carried out by Israeli military intelligence with the assistance of highly- placed Zionist agents and supporters in the United States, Britain, and Canada. ' Summers and Swan, on the other hand, write: 'The authors have seen not a jot of evidence that anything like a false-flag scenario was used on 9/11....There is no good reason to suspect that the collapse of the ...
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... , little of which is surprising now. Seeking to understand parts of the world which were largely terra incognita to Americans, the Agency (and the Pentagon; but mostly the Agency) funded anthropological research in areas of interest to it and tried to control the anthropologists' professional body. It did these things using its front organisations and its agents within the field, or through friendly third parties, such as the Ford Foundation. The careers of those who co-operated flourished; those of the recalcitrant did not. If the information thus acquired had much impact on American foreign policy – on counter-insurgency strategy, for 1 In reality it was a world-wide conflict ...
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... Kennedy assassination researchers do not take this theory seriously is due, in large part, to their not taking Estes seriously, because he was a convicted fraudster. Precisely what his fraud was has been difficult to grasp until recently. But Amy Reading has researched it in detail and has published an intelligible account.2 7 Via Robert Caro's literary agent, I sent a third e-mail to him wondering why he had omitted Billie Sol Estes from his most recent volume on LBJ. For the third time I got no response. Thanks to SC for pointing me towards the 1999 autobiography of Eddie Fisher, the American crooner of the 1950s and early 60s. Basically an account of ...
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... during an industrial dispute'. Wilson was particularly pleased that the Communist Party headquarters was 'comprehensively bugged'. And he actively encouraged right- wing union leaders to collaborate with MI5. One of the leading figures in the GMWU, Sir Harry Crane, 'was deeply involved in this' and regularly passed information from MI5 onto the Labour Party's national agent and witch-hunter in chief, Sarah Barker. This relationship 'between right-wingers in the Labour Party and MI5 was held close, and nothing was written down'. Wilson was also an enthusiast for covert operations. He continued the Tories' secret wars in Yemen and Indonesia, told MI6 to assassinate Idi Amin (they refused ...
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... .236 'When I asked a former diplomat from the Russian embassy about the possibility that Burgess was secretly employed by British intelligence, he told me that a volubly indiscreet drunk such as Burgess, who also happened to be married to a suicidal alcoholic, would have been solidly at the bottom of the list when it came to recruiting potential secret agents, in spite of his considerable linguistic talents. '5 The diplomat's irony here is heavy and poisonous. Minus the wife, the diplomat's dismissal is an exact fit for Burgess's namesake Guy, the British intelligence officer who had defected to the USSR ten years before Anthony Burgess began writing A Clockwork Orange. This irony was not lost on ...
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... instigated. One figure who played a part in the preparations for what would become the 'Gladio' networks was British military intelligence officer (and future Conservative MP) officer Airey Neave. From late May of 1942, Neave was an officer in the 'escape and evasion' department MI9 and engaged in 'secret communications with Occupied Europe and the training of agents'.4 Towards the end of WWII Airey Neave transferred to a section of MI9 known as I.S .9 (Z )5 and he used this official placement, as the assessor for the granting of awards and medals to MI9 agents (in the Dutch, French and Italian resistances), as a means to also ...
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