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... Labour Party or parliamentary documents which were of no Page 137 Winter 2009/10 Lobster 58 consequence and not secret.1 And what of the events of 1974-76, the so-called 'Wilson plots'? * The so-called private armies episode of 1974 and 1975 gets only a paragraph on George Young's Unison. * The BOSS operations against Peter Hain and Jeremy Thorpe are dismissed, as is Gordon Winter. Andrew describes him, on somebody else's say-so, as unreliable, and quotes an MI5 assessment that the operation to get the Norman Scott-Jeremy Thorpe story into the media was a 'private initiative' (! ) by Winter. * Colin Wallace ...
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32. Whose Prospect? (Winter 2009/2010) [Lobster #58 (Winter 2009/2010)(free)] [Free Article]
... Contents Lobster 58 Whose Prospect? Solomon Hughes Prospect magazine have confirmed a series of connections to the British secret state, including dinner meetings, seminars and taking on the son of MI6 boss John Scarlett as an intern. The links with the security services are a potential embarrassment for the magazine, which has been compared to Encounter, a centre left journal which suffered a crisis in 1967 because of too close relations with the CIA.1 There is no suggestion here that Prospect has received money from the security services like Encounter, but Prospect editor David Goodhart accepted he met with secret state officials a number of times. John Scarlett Junior, son of MI6 boss John Scarlett, ...
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... put to Bollier evidently unnerved him. In the later stages of his testimony he made clear, through his lawyer, that if charges were brought or considered against him he would call an extensive array of witnesses on his behalf. This list included Colonel Oliver North, President George Bush Snr., General von Tenda (the former head of BOSS the South African intelligence service), Gerrit Pretorious (formerly secretary to President Pik Botha of South Africa) and a range of other individuals including serving CIA officers. It is not clear that these witnesses would have attended if requested to do so, what connection if any they had with Bollier. It is possible that if the Lockerbie ...
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34. Romeo Spy by John Alexander Symonds (book review) (Summer 2012) [Lobster #63 (Summer 2012) (free)] [Free Article]
... ) 'The other incidents described by Andrew were equally misleading, and his version had me blundering around Australia, whereas I completed the mission without any mishaps. With one finger in the source notes, and the other following the text, I read that I had been a corrupt detective "in the pay of criminals such as south London gang boss Charlie Richardson", and that while awaiting trial I had gone "into hiding for several months" and then had used a false passport in the name of John Freeman, supposedly my "girlfriend's mentally handicapped brother" to flee abroad, finally approaching the KGB at the Soviet embassy in Rabat in August 1972. Every detail of Mitrokhin's ...
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35. Shameless! (book reviews) (2011) [Lobster #62 (Winter 2011 ) (free)] [Free Article]
... of this small party. He was also a lecturer at the now forgotten Labour Colleges and heavily involved with the Peace Pledge Union, speaking frequently at mass meetings and rallies around the UK. In 1939 he declared himself a 'war resister', advocating many times in public the classic Trotskyist doctrine that the workers should 'take no part in the bosses' war'. A paid official and organiser of the ILP from 1940, he was monitored by MI5 but no action was taken against him. Perhaps this was because he was declared unfit for war service on medical grounds and thus never had to actually register as a conscientious objector.1 In 1944 Smith and a number of his ...
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36. Tittle Tattle (2011) [Lobster #62 (Winter 2011 ) (free)] [Free Article]
... Ed Miliband and Douglas Alexander. A typical Today schedule is likely to contain three or four BAP members, none of whom disclose their membership to the listeners who have funded their extracurricular transatlantic bonding through licence fees or taxes going towards the Foreign Office subventions to the BAP. Guardianistas M ore transparent are the loyalties of Roger Alton to his latest boss, Rupert Murdoch. The 63-year-old executive editor of The Times was a key figure in so-called liberal journalism for most of his earlier career. A favourite of former Guardian editor Peter Preston, Alton achieved prominence on that title before becoming editor of The Observer. The paper that had courageously opposed Suez in 1956 ...
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37. Lord Browne's Body. Beyond Business by John Browne (book review) (2011) [Lobster #62 (Winter 2011 ) (free)] [Free Article]
... was the result of take-overs accompanied by ruthless and relentless cost-cutting to drive up shareholder value. This earned him the affectionate nickname of the 'Elf' (evil little fucker) among BP employees.13 According to Tom Bower, Browne 'presided over a corporate court filled with sycophants and where there was an unhealthy glorification of a boss who enjoyed unlimited expenses....with even his teddy bear being flown at the company's expense from California to London. '1 4 Browne attempted to give BP a 'greenwash', to project it as ecologically friendly, as having concern for the environment in its genes. This earned BP the first Greenpeace Emerald Paintbrush award in ...
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38. The Cuntocracy [Lobster #62 (Winter 2011 ) (free)] [Free Article]
... that its effects on society can always be ignored or obfuscated, then we are being tacitly urged to switch to something else, something we can see everyday and everywhere: a cuntocracy. Who would need a lengthy theoretical excursus into the reality of a cuntocracy when they daily encounter the activities of every bureaucracy, or have recently spoken to their boss, or flicked through a few television channels and caught sight of George Osborne saying something? So, given our present system of rewarding the wealthy for robbing the poor, it is vital that its reality is reflected in a terminological exactitude open to every citizen: other terms lack cuntocracy's profound poetic grace.3 Most of them have come ...
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39. Still hazy after all these years [Lobster #57 (Summer 2009)]
... tape admitting his and LBJ's involvement in a number of killings, including JFK's. Hancock reports two witnesses who claim to have heard the tapes of the conversation made by Estes and who confirm, in general terms, that they contain what Estes says they do.(5 ) Marcello's 'confession'Elsewhere we learn of a 'confession' by Mafia boss, the late Carlos Marcello, that he had Kennedy killed. According to reports of the new book by Lamar Waldron and Thom Hartmann, Legacy of Secrecy, declassified FBI files contain reports of a confession by Marcello after the FBI planted someone on him in prison. Waldron claims the FBI files show'...for the first ...
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40. The view from the bridge [Lobster #56 (Winter 2008/9)]
... Smith, using declassified files) because, to quote Dean Mahin, then director of visitor programming at the Governmental Affairs Institute, 'the embassy clearly indicated that it was possible that she would become the first female PM of Britain. ' This raises two points. The minor one is that this supports Gordon Winter. For in his memoir Inside BOSS, Winter describes (p . 186) a 1968 meeting with Cecil Eprille a employee of the CIA front, Forum World Features, whom he quotes as saying, 'There's a feeling in America that she could become Britain's first woman prime minister', and suggesting that Winter do some detailed research about her and write a feature for Forum ...
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