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... the piece in the Telegraph which said: 'Ron Hayward, Labour's general secretary from 1972 to 1982, had secret meetings in the Soviet Embassy with KGB officers to discuss the takeover of the Labour Party by pro-Soviet elements. In one of these, to the background noise of a jamming machine switched on to prevent their conversation from being bugged, Hayward confided his intention of eclipsing the Parliamentary Labour Party and vesting power instead in the National Executive Committee (which he chaired), so that he could become "the first Labour leader in history who is not afraid to come out alongside communists with the same agenda". ' 53 The author of this piece – more on ...
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... Oyston MKULTRA disinformation espionage propaganda security surveillance mind Burgess Maclean Philby Diana Pope Vatican Oswald Ruby Bilderberg Pinay Communist Conservative Labour Liberal Tory Contras Irangate Watergate Spook BOSS Mossad assassinate conspiracy coup drugs intelligence murder propaganda secret spy suppressed Crozier Hollis Holroyd McWhirter Profumo Rothschild Shayler Stalker Tomlinson Wallace Wright Senator Kill Vote Fraud Embassy Fraud missile hidden gold nazi agent Cocaine MP Lockerbie bug Cameron Clegg Cable theresa may trump Other Good Web Sites Science Frontiers Digest of Anomalies Catastrophism The Velikovsky Encyclopedia Plasma Universe Electric Universe theory More links © 2001-2017 Lobster Lobster Issue 73 - Summer 2017 Online free of charge in Adobe Acrobat PDF format Adobe Acrobat Reader (free) is required for viewing Access Lobster Online (Earlier Issues) ...
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... a Boolean expression, using AND, OR and NOT. eg.: wilson AND thatcher wilson OR thatcher wilson NOT thatcher You can also use parentheses in Boolean expressions. For example: (wilson or thatcher) and philby. You can use the asterisk (* ) as a suffix wildcard character in keywords. For example, enter: bug* Will find pages with keywords such as bugging or bugs or bug. Use the NEAR operator to find keywords that appear near to each other. For example, type wilson near thatcher to find documents with words wilson and thatcher appearing one near another. Use the w/<number> operator, to specify that two words should ...
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... .S . national security protected Presidents in particular from published gossip. Tougher libel laws in many states also discouraged unconfirmed reports of scandal.14 Enter the Federal Bureau of Investigation N onetheless, the importance of sexual scandal and blackmail in American politics mushroomed in the 20th century for two reasons: the growth of electronic eavesdropping technology (wiretaps and bugs), and the centralization of national intelligence gathering with the creation of the Federal Bureau of Investigation in 1908. It is often forgotten that the Bureau's 12 Flynt and Eisenbach. One Nation Under Sex, pp. 17-27; McLaren, Sexual Blackmail, pp. 30-31; <https://en.wikipedia ...
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... corrupt Teamsters Union leader James Hoffa. Williams managed to spring Hoffa in a 1957 case involving bribery of a Senate staffer working for Robert Kennedy, chief counsel to the labor rackets committee.1 7 Williams also introduced Maheu to Hoffa, who hired the investigator in 1957 to 'do electronics work', a euphemism for sweeping his office of electronic bugs.1 8 Last but not least, Williams referred the mega- industrialist Howard Hughes to Maheu in the mid-1950s. It was the start of a business marriage that would last through 1970 before exploding in an acrimonious termination, mutual investigations, and lawsuits. Hughes hired Maheu for surveillance jobs on actress Ava Gardner and to discourage ...
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... lot to tell us about how Britain is run. We are told, for example, that at a CBI dinner in December 1971, the Labour Party leader, Harold Wilson, boasted to the assembled businessmen of how, when in office, he had MI5 keep left-wing leaders of the trade union movement under surveillance, 'tapped or bugged'. Indeed, during the 1966 Seamen's Strike Wilson had received MI5 briefings on the dispute twice a day. According to Martin Furnival Jones, MI5's Director, no previous Prime Minister had ever shown 'such enthusiasm for regular up-to-the-minute reports during an industrial dispute'. Wilson was particularly pleased that the Communist Party ...
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... , in August 1945, Klugmann had a meeting with Bob Stewart, a senior official, at the Party's King Street headquarters, to discuss his future role in the organisation.3 He complained about his unwilling involvement in espionage, telling Stewart that this was 'the only time I've really been unhappy in the Party'. MI5 had Stewart's office bugged ( 'Operation Table') and heard all the discussion, something all the more remarkable since the Party had known about the bug since Anthony Blunt informed the NKVD of its existence in 1940. At the time this interview took place, MI5 were tapping Klugmann's phone, his mother's phone and was having him tailed. Nothing came of ...
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8. Holding pattern [Free Article]
... was a hoax or not I couldn't say, but it certainly had a smack of authenticity. ' When I checked with Mr Challice that this was on the record, he indicated that he was happy with that and added: 'When we hear of undercover Police having long-term relationships with animal rights activists (and even Harold Wilson being bugged by MI5 lest he was a Soviet mole) it is quite clear that the State reserves the right to monitor pressure groups or political parties. One could even argue that that is part of the State's role, of protecting the British People by gathering information so as not to be caught unawares. ' A fortnight after this exchange with ...
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9. Tokyo legend? Lee Harvey Oswald and Japan (Winter 2015) [Lobster #70 (Winter 2015) (free)] [Free Article]
... referring to the Marines at the center as 'You Americans, ' as if he were some sort of foreigner simply observing what we were doing," says Dejanovich. His tone was definitely accusatory. He spoke in slogans about "American imperialism" and "exploitation," which made Dejanovich think at the time that Oswald – whom he called Bugs – was merely being perverse for the sake of shocking the other Marines at the center. In the evenings, Dejanovich would occasionally see Oswald speaking to an attractive Eurasian woman. "She was much too good-looking for Bugs," he recalls thinking, and he wondered why such an attractive "round eye", obviously not ...
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10. That option no longer exists (Book Review) (2015) [Lobster #69 (Summer 2015) (free)] [Free Article]
... .1 This MI5 theory led the anti-communist right to counter-organise and the author gives us a pretty detailed account of this in 1974-6 : the rise of the anti-subversion lobby (he mentions Brian Crozier's ISC but not IRD); the so-called private armies, GB75 and Unison; the surveillance and bugging of many on the left; the smear campaigns 1 The author does not mention the Soviet money. MI5 had been tracking the Soviet funds in British politics since the 1920s. See Kevin Quinlan's The Secret War Between the Wars: MI5 in the 1920s and 1930s, reviewed at <http://www.lobster-magazine. ...
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