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... of the existing colonial empires was rooted not in an all-powerful world communist ideological expansion but rather in what was a unique opportunity for nationalist and even local ethnic movements. ' (pp. 92/3 ) Hancock doesn't discuss how genuine the Americans' supposed fear of the Soviet 'threat' was. Did those smart people in the CIA really believe the Soviets were behind all the anti-American struggles in the Latin American banana republics? I doubt it; but it was a handy pretext for attacking anyone who threatened American corporate interests in the region. Later in the book he writes: 'American covert political warfare had been conducted as an effort to check the expansion of ...
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... the time would Nixon have got away with it?); he helped destroy the reputation of the international war criminal, Henry Kissinger; he revealed US involvement in the overthrow of the Allende government in Chile; he broke the story of the CIA's domestic spying and helped expose the CIA's so-called 'Family Jewels', the list of CIA actions which were outside the Agency's charter. However, the pressure for reform of the CIA was 'outmuscled by the new Ford administration, managed by Chief of Staff Donald Rumsfeld and Dick Cheney, his deputy'. So 'the CIA is still doing today what it has done in secret around the world since the end of World War II ...
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... was aimed at the Canadian government which had the temerity to criticise Saudi human rights policies. The second was the report that Osama Bin Laden's son had married the daughter of 9/11 hi-jacker Mohammed Atta.8 * new * The new JFK documents Some of the serious JFK researchers are now ploughing through the great piles of official CIA papers that have been declassified. Reports of what they have found so far make interesting, but not illuminating, reading.9 There is nothing so far about what happened on Dealey Plaza. In his essay in this issue of 7 Published in the Daily Mail at <https://tinyurl.com/y7wzl2ha> or < ...
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... areas. Andrew Rosthorn is a veteran news reporter based in Lancashire. After reporting The Irish troubles in the early seventies for the Daily Mail, he worked on hard news for the Daily Mirror, Sunday Mirror, The Independent and The Independent on Sunday. He has conducted radio and television investigations into the fate of Hitler's deputy Rudolf Hess, CIA sabotage of Leyland exports to Cuba, corruption in ammunition supply at the Ministry of Defence, breaking UN sanctions in Serbia for Marks and Spencer, the Owen Oyston Affair and pre-war Royal Navy espionage in Japan. ...
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... areas. Andrew Rosthorn is a veteran news reporter based in Lancashire. After reporting The Irish troubles in the early seventies for the Daily Mail, he worked on hard news for the Daily Mirror, Sunday Mirror, The Independent and The Independent on Sunday. He has conducted radio and television investigations into the fate of Hitler's deputy Rudolf Hess, CIA sabotage of Leyland exports to Cuba, corruption in ammunition supply at the Ministry of Defence, breaking UN sanctions in Serbia for Marks and Spencer, the Owen Oyston Affair and pre-war Royal Navy espionage in Japan. ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 5  -  25 Aug 2018  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/free/lobster75/Rosthorn%20Racoon%20best%20copy.pdf
... the scene, shouting 'We shot Kennedy'. The authors have identified her, they think, after Paul Schrade,3 was contacted by her family after her death. Tate and Johnson conclude the chapter on the story of the woman concerned with the startling information that according to her son, his late father said he had worked for the CIA and had been involved with mind control projects. Which brings us back to where we were circa 1970 with the discovery by various shrinks that Sirhan was susceptible to hypnosis and appeared to have post-hypnotic blocs which prevented him from remembering much of what had happened before and during the shooting. This is a very good book, and ...
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... B14/Pilot-Joshua-Anthony-Holt-Riverton-UT.html> 25 See <https://www.atlasobscura.com/articles/why-mormons-make-great-fbi-recruits>. found an unusual degree of acceptance – in agencies like the Department of Homeland Security, the FBI and the CIA, which see Mormons as particularly desirable recruits and have a reputation for hiring a disproportionate number of people who belong to the church. While this comes as a surprise to most people, in Washington and particularly among people who work with or report on intelligence and law enforcement, it's common knowledge. ' She continued:'. . ...
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... of James Jesus Angleton: Powers came close but doesn't know enough about the subject to do more than try – and fail – to discredit Morley and dismiss his work on the assassination as irrelevant. Morley has a careful journalistic approach and has written biographies of two central figures in the assassination. The first was Our Man in Mexico about the CIA station chief in Mexico City, Winston Scott; more recently, as mentioned, he has produced Ghost about Angleton. Those are integral parts of the assassination story. Morley writes from an historical distance and a different perspective than Powers, whose biography of CIA Director Richard Helms2 was written with the cooperation of Helms and subject to his revisions ...
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... , we are left to wonder along with Goslett why Mangold, the first person to promote the suicide suggestion, said his death was ' . . . investigated by the local police, the county police, Scotland Yard, Special Branch, MI5; MI6 had a man present [at the scene where the body was found] and the CIA had a man present because the Americans were interested in this'. Goslett continues: 'It is unclear how Mangold was able to make this assertion about these various intelligence agencies and impossible to know how accurate he was being, but as a journalist whose work had often been focused on security matters he would have expected anybody watching to have ...
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... ). This is very largely a history of failure. Operations in Albania, Egypt and Syria (1958) were 'obvious failures' and – rather oddly, given how much attention he gives it – 'covert action in the colonies amounted to little'. He sees apparent successes in Oman (the SAS); Iran (the SIS-CIA coup) – but with disastrous long-term consequences; and Indonesia in 1965 – if involvement in the massacre of half a million people can be regarded as a success. He is uncertain about Northern Ireland and also notes that the failure to topple Colonel Gaddafi 'created a vacuum for international terrorism'. (He does not discuss UK ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 13  -  18 Jul 2018  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/free/lobster76/lob76-disrupt-and-deny.pdf
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