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... Klaus Barbie. By the end of 1959, Draganovic was working for the Americans, providing them with Vatican intelligence, among other things. On one occasion, he even offered to raise a legion of Croatian exiles to overthrow Castro! Draganovic disappeared in 1967, resurfacing in Yugoslavia where he was wanted as a war criminal. According to the CIA, the most likely explanation for this was that he was handed over by the Vatican as part of their rapprochement with the Tito regime. Part of the deal involved Draganovic being left to live in retirement. He died in 1979, never having stood trial for any of his crimes. Even more astonishing is Goda's account of Viorel Trifa ...
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202. Brothers, reviewed [Lobster #54 (Winter 2007/8)]
... by Kruschev and JFK to wind down the Cold War which were frustrated by their military-industrial-intelligence complexes who were making too much money and generating too many good careers for that to be accepted. Talbot conveys better than any other account I have read the conflict between JFK and those bits of the state, the Pentagon and the CIA, chiefly, which had serious vested interests in the Cold War. The centrepiece of Talbot's account of this conflict with the US military, is Cuba. For the military it was straightforward: the US had the strategic nuclear advantage (the 'missile gap' had been forgotten) and thus could and should invade Cuba. Never mind even ...
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203. The Road to 9/11, reviewed [Lobster #54 (Winter 2007/8)]
... to 9-11. Scott takes us through the disastrous connection between what he calls the American deep state, trying to make trouble for the Soviet Union in Afghanistan with Islamists and jihadis. Billions of dollars and high tech weaponry flow into Islamist hands; tons of heroin return from Afghanistan as the 'cowboys', headed by Casey at the CIA, start to spread an enormous net of American money and personnel across Pakistan and the Middle East, much of it going through the BCCI. This disastrous connection runs through Bosnia in the 1990s and thence into America, as American money continues to fund jihadis on American soil and American diplomats provide them with visas for 'training'. From ...
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204. Neck Deep, reviewed [Lobster #54 (Winter 2007/8)]
... 'house nigger' (my term, not the Parrys'), first for the Pentagon and then for the Bush regime, climaxed when he delivered the regime's lies about Iraq's weapons before the UN. Thirty years a soldier/bureaucrat, Powell is no fool and he delivered this speech after going over it all with the Director of the CIA, George Tenet; and he had Tenet stand right behind him – the symbolic co-author, literally covering his ass – as he delivered it. A former journalist, Robert Parry, who I assume has done the bulk of the writing, has a nice plain, simple writing style and an eye for the telling detail which ...
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205. Beware the proven lawyer! [Lobster #54 (Winter 2007/8)]
... Tom Wicker. The actual publisher's blurb claims, 'Case Closed finally succeeds where hundreds of other books and investigations have failed – it resolves the greatest murder mystery of our time, the assassination of JFK' and that's not all: it 'also demolishes the leading conspiracy theories, putting to rest once and for all speculation about the involvement of the CIA, FBI and the mafia, and the supposed links between Lee Harvey Oswald and Jack Ruby. ' And there's more, 'Case Closed answers all [sic] lingering questions about the assassination. ' Harold Evans, aka Mr Tina Brown, was editor-in-chief of Random House at the time and, according to Posner, ...
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206. Coach into pumpkin: some problems with Paget [Lobster #54 (Winter 2007/8)]
... Having elided the matter of Diana's nascent political activism, Paget then fails to make a vital connection. On (for example) P735 Paget makes much ado of the fact that it tried and failed to gain access to 39 documents concerning Diana that are currently held by America's National Security Agency: 'Operation Paget was not allowed access to NSA/CIA intelligence files. ' This should hardly be a surprise (Herve Stephan was similarly rebuffed in February 1999) but what is left unexplained is why the NSA was monitoring her at all. In February 2000 former NSA employee Wayne Madsen stated that 'undisclosed material held in US government files on Princess Diana was collected via the Echelon system because of ...
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207. The rise of warfare capitalism [Lobster #54 (Winter 2007/8)]
... Iran in the running of Basra. However, the proliferation of influential think tanks in the private sector (often staffed by former Stalinists) is likely to influence executive government in overriding what their own experts have to tell them. We saw this with Bush and Blair either ignoring or 'sexing-up' the evidence on WMD provided by the CIA and MI6. This process can only be fueled by defective intelligence derived from the privatised torture of hapless goat-herders and taxi-drivers who have been flown around the world in private aircraft, to make money out of telling the political leadership what they want to hear. What's instructive about both Klein and Marshall's books is that they ...
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208. Iraq [Lobster #53 (Summer 2007)]
... the decision taken? One fixed point we have is the memorandum written by Matthew Rycroft, dated 23 July 2002, after a meeting at Downing Street to discuss Iraq. In that Rycroft reports 'C', head of MI6, as saying, 'There was a perceptible shift in attitude. Military action was now seen as inevitable. ' A CIA analyst at the time, Paul Pillar, dates the decision to 'the beginning of 2002';(3 ) and in late February the Australian Ambassador to the UN, John Dauth, told the chairman of the Australian Wheat Board that US military action against Iraq was inevitable.(4 )In written evidence to the Foreign Affairs Committee ...
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209. Philanthropic imperialism [Lobster #53 (Summer 2007)]
... because of the extent of the political and economic forces impacting on it, has become a contemporary socio-economic problem. Democracy building's institutional formation rests upon a reconfiguration of Cold War positions that retain, what Dr. Michael Pinto-Duschinsky termed 'such interference, '( 1 )so as to continue subversive covert operations previously perpetrated by the CIA or MI6. This then, is a difficult area and few researchers are looking at the matter at a sufficient level of objective enquiry to outline satisfactorily some of its major contradictions. The bulk of researchers studying this problem propose policy solutions from within an overlapping institutional framework that ignores or rationalises subversion to effect covert foreign policy attempts at 'regime ...
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210. The limits of accountability [Lobster #53 (Summer 2007)]
... existence of the alleged secret prisons, of the flights transporting detainees, but reaffirmed the need to resort to extraordinary renditions in the context of the efforts to counter terrorism. The only thing that Ms Rice denied was the use of torture. However, this must be seen in the context of what the Americans regard as torture. According to CIA Director Porter Goss, the CIA does not engage in torture but in 'unique and innovative' methods of prisoner interrogation. These methods include blows to the feet and abdomen, as well as 'water boarding' where the prisoner is made to believe that he is drowning. As Human Rights Watch has shown in a chapter in a book on ...
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