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... , when head of the DIA, he tried to defend honest intelligence estimates when the military industrial system was trying to create a new threat from the Soviet deployment of Anti-Ballistic Missiles (ABMs). This, said 'the hawks', meant a Soviet Union intent on having a 'first strike' capability. Not so, said the CIA and DIA. But the system's needs prevailed: CIA chief Helms went along with it; the author's father did not and was demoted; and the disputed National Intelligence Estimate was written to produce the required first strike 'threat'. There are 650 pages of this, including index and documentation, and it is difficult to convey either its ...
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222. In camera injustice [Lobster #52 (Winter 2006/7)]
... the 1970s. In court, Gordievsky's reliability was questioned by the Defence: he was known to exaggerate and is well-known for seeking publicity. He has also been a public supporter of MI5 and MI6, and he admitted he was paid a pension of 1,500 a month after he defected. The Defence called an ex-CIA Station Chief, referred to as Mr P, as a witness at my trial. Mr. P was an expert in tradecraft skills, and he disagreed with Gordievsky and Rimington, saying his opinion was my case could not be linked with the KGB it was too amateur an operation and he listed 14 points which indicated it was unlikely ...
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... and had discovered that to break down most people all you need is stress, sensory deprivation and/or overload, uncertainty, fear and discomfort. A few days of that and the brains/personalities of most of us will begin to wilt. There is one nit I would pick. After describing twenty five years of experiments by the CIA and others, Streatfield comes to the most recent group of people claiming to be the victims of malevolent state experiments. At www.mindcontrolforums.com he notes the accounts of people claiming to have received electromagnetic torture, to be hearing voices, to have implants in their bodies, and dismisses them - with sympathy for their evident suffering ...
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... (c ) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 51) Summer 2006 Last | Contents | Next Issue 51 A Look Over My Shoulder: A Life in the Central Intelligence Agency Richard Helms and William Hood (New York: Random House, 2003) The Lost Crusader: The Secret Wars of CIA Director William Colby John Prados Oxford University Press: Cary [North Carolina], 2003 The Man Who Kept the Secrets Thomas Powers (New York: Knopf: 1979) Honorable Men William Colby London: Hutchinson, 1981 Was the Director of Central Intelligence a Soviet agent?Michael Holzman Many people find stories about spies interesting. Some of us identify with ...
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225. Historical Notes [Lobster #51 (Summer 2006)]
... (c ) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 51) Summer 2006 Last | Contents | Next Issue 51 Historical Notes Scott Newton James Jesus Angleton and the 'Third Way'The CIA counter-intelligence expert James Angleton has for years been regarded as one of the keenest of cold warriors, who turned the CIA inside out in the search for Soviet 'moles' and ultimately had to be retired to prevent further damage to the Agency. But interesting current research shows that Angleton's politics were by no means those of the conventional anti-Communist: he appears to have been a man of convictions but these were not necessarily those of modern capitalism. These reflections ...
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226. The view from the bridge [Lobster #51 (Summer 2006)]
... to steer Penrose and Courtiour towards Northern Ireland and Colin Wallace. Wilson's tale of a press officer, a cleaning lady, a Times journalist and a classified document happened to Wallace. (The journalist was Robert Fisk.) But Pencourt didn't pursue the 'press officer in Northern Ireland'. Up popped the late Peter Bessel, Liberal MP and CIA agent, to steer them towards Jeremy Thorpe and Norman Scott instead. The second significant snippet was the news that Jonathan Aitken had been hand-carrying messages from James Angleton, CIA's head of counter-intelligence, to Mrs Thatcher, then leader of the opposition. What these said we don't know but I think we may presume, ...
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227. Ultimate Sacrifice (Book review) [Lobster #51 (Summer 2006)]
... as though it was a secret at the time, at any rate within Washingto. But as the authors show repeatedly, the operation was leaking like a sieve from the anti-Castro Cuban end; and the anti-Castro Cubans were awash in American money and case officers. The politicians may not have known but I would bet the CIA and the military did. Robert Kennedy played the Nixon role in the original Bay of Pigs plan: he was the White House action officer. The Kennedys had good reason for doing something: a Presidential election was due in 1964 and they knew that if they didn't 'resolve' the Cuban situation their Republican opponents would use it against them ...
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... 'public diplomacy' the UDC came to mind. But in the case of 'public diplomacy', while public does mean open, diplomacy doesn't mean diplomacy. 'Public diplomacy' is a recent term for a range of activities hitherto called propaganda, public relations, advertising and psy-ops. So while this book could have been been about the CIA, IRD, the National Endowment for Democracy (NED) and its little UK cousin, the Westminster Foundation for Democracy, and all those American interventions in the Soviet bloc since the fall of the Berlin Wall, installing pro-American regimes with money and electioneering/PR techniques, of course it isn't. 'Public diplomacy' is basically ...
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229. Tittle-tattle [Lobster #51 (Summer 2006)]
... for 'keeping a little corner open for the cold war'. Modestly presuming the BAP revelation was deliberately timed to coincide with his parliamentary reselection, Robertson wrote in response: 'Innuendo, contrived linkages, engineered logic, prejudiced name selection these are all the hallmarks of the sleazy journalism the Left fulminates against. So who, apart from a few CIA-under-every-bed paranoids, was your article meant to impress? ' On 12 November 2003, in the Roosevelt Room of the White House, President George W Bush presentedthe Presidential Medal of Freedomtothat scourge of CIA-under-the-bed paranoids everywhere, Lord Robertson of Port Ellen. Beams and motes A splendid riposte ...
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230. Robert Kennedy and the Middle East connection [Lobster #51 (Summer 2006)]
... understandable incident of 'friendly fire' by most mainstream historians.(1 ) This view, challenged by historian of the NSA James Bamford in 1982,(2 ) has been also opposed by former head of the Joint Chiefs, Admiral Thomas Moorer; beltway luminary the late Clark Clifford; former Secretary of State Dean Rusk; guardedly by former CIA chief Richard Helms; and by the surviving crew, who have maintained an active campaign for a congressional inquiry. Former Sunday Times chief reporter and broadcaster, Peter Hounam, has mustered some admittedly oblique confirmation that a deliberate Israeli assault took place in interviews with Helms and former US Defense Secretary, Robert McNamara; and much supporting testimony from ...
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