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... in monitoring the wacky fringes of cults and contemporary fads. This eventually led him to visit Brazil to study 'faith healing',(15) to patent many of his own inventions facilitating the use of radio waves, to work for the US Atomic Energy Authority, and, in 1970, to visit Israel, at the request of the CIA, to assess the abilities of Uri Geller. During this time Puharich worked closely with Sir John Whitmore.(16) They visited Warsaw in 1974 where they set up a radio receiver, supposedly to receive signals about an imminent alien invasion of Earth. The Communist bloc took a dim view of this, considering (correctly in the ...
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332. Lobster Issue 39: Contents [Lobster #39 (Summer 2000)]
... (Winter 2007/8 ) Issue #55 (Summer 2008) Issue #56 (Winter 2008/9 ) Issue #57 (Summer 2009) Clandestine Caucus (1996) About Lobster Subscribe See also... © 2001 Lobster Contents | Cover Image Euro-bound? Or: the same river twice A Note on MRA, CIA and L. Ron. Hubbard The death of Diana: an update Bombing your way to the negotiating table? Microwaves and mind control Nexus: postmodernism or what? 'A Most Extraordinary Case' Historical Notes The View From the Bridge Curried Knight Right meets Left Waco: the fix is in Where's Ware? Books: Dreamer of the Day ...
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... well. This is a Japan, as Whiting describes in abundant detail, made up of 'gangsters, corrupt entrepreneurs, courtesans, seedy sports promoters, streetwise opportunists, intelligence agents, political fixers and financial manipulators'. More to the point, he also traces the history of the complicated entanglement of the US government, or more specifically the CIA, with the Liberal Democratic Party, which has governed virtually non-stop from when Japan regained its independence in 1952 until the present day. The CIA was still funnelling up to $1 million per month to the LDP as late as the 1970s. Altogether this was and remains what Whiting calls a 'bizarre demimonde', one which ...
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... (ABN) in their covert war against the USSR during the 1950s. As Coogan notes, the methods and alliances used to divine a European Imperium may have been radically different but the 'split' remained 'essentially a tactical question'. For Coogan 'The Order's' penchant for Schaukelpolitik (see-saw politics) was directed at playing off Dulles's CIA against the Soviet Bloc, wringing concessions from both, to ensure the survival of their own goals. Outside the myopic circles of the occult and French New Right, Yockey's curious ideas seem all but forgotten. Coogan's study then is a timely reminder that his Imperium, far from being parenthetical was, and is, part of a wider ...
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335. The death of Diana: an update [Lobster #39 (Summer 2000)]
... , Tomlinson speculated that Paul would 'have no idea what was going to happen to him that night.....He would have been a pawn in a larger conspiracy. '( 23) Gerald Posner believes that Paul was in regular contact with the Direction Generale de la Securite Exterieure (DGSE), the French equivalent of the CIA, 'an arrangement not unheard of among security staffers at premier international hotels. ' He also claims that Paul 'spent the last several hours before the crash with a security officer from the DGSE. '( 24) Some new developments Trevor Rees-Jones, survivor(25)Two and a half years after the crash, Trevor Rees ...
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336. The Clash of the Icons [Lobster #40 (Winter 2000/1)]
... within the subculture of what passes for the New Left. Icon Ellsberg became a celebrity in 1971 after he leaked The Pentagon Papers, an 'act of conscience' that helped turn public opinion against the Vietnam War. This 'act of conscience' also, albeit accidentally, contributed to the demise of President Richard Nixon, whose felonious minions had allowed CIA officer E. Howard Hunt and erstwhile FBI agent G. Gordon Liddy to burglarize confidential files from Ellsberg's psychiatrist's office, in a slap-happy attempt to discredit the anti-War movement by showing that Ellsberg was mentally deranged. Icon McCoy became a celebrity in 1972 with the publication of his pioneering book, The Politics of Heroin In ...
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337. SISies: MI6 & A Life: A. J. Ayer (Book reviews) [Lobster #40 (Winter 2000/1)]
... the roles of MI6 and MI5 with reference to counter-insurgency in the Third World. This will give more attention to South East Asia and Africa than was possible in the present volume. Fair enough. As the British Empire dissolved in the post-war period, MI6, the foreign intelligence service, often accompanied by the recently created CIA, moved into the newly emergent countries recently vacated by MI5, the service responsible not only for domestic security in the UK but also throughout the Empire; so this aspect needs a separate treatment. Divided into seven roughly equal parts, this covers in chronological order the period from the end of World War 2 to the present day. ...
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338. Web Update [Lobster #40 (Winter 2000/1)]
... and images of 48 primary documents. The National Security Agency Declassified (updated) http://www.gwu.edu/~nsarchiv/NSAEBB/NSAEBB23/ Includes (Oct 2000) a newly declassified version of the US Signals Intelligence Directive 18, dated July 27 1993, which governs NSAs interception of communications involving US persons. CIA Activities in Chile http://www.odci.gov/cia/publications/chile/index.html This CIA report acknowledges CIA involvement in Chile, and covers the 1960s and 1970s, the time of Allende and Pinochet, and attempts to 'put the answers into their proper historical context'. The National Security Archive has ...
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339. Feedback [Lobster #40 (Winter 2000/1)]
... a four-man crew and munitions are carried inside a large internal weapons bay, rather than on wing pylons. However, the fact is that for this sensitive mission, there was only one crew-member, the pilot. This makes sense in terms of secrecy, a consideration that would have been paramount in the mind of the CIA planners. Because of this necessary limitation, is it not possible that the aircraft was adapted to carry its munitions on wing pylons that, in turn, were specially rigged to enable the pilot to also act as bombardier? What is clear to me from Mr. Hambling's letter, however, is that he rates the intelligence factor in ...
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... interesting. The first of these dates from 17 September 1970, shortly after Allende had defeated his right wing opponent, Jorge Alessandri, in the Presidential elections. There was then a short interval before the Congress was due to meet to confirm Allende's election on 24 October. The record ( 'Genesis of Project FUBELT'), of a CIA meeting called by Director Richard Helms 'in connection with the Chilean situation', shows a US determination to undermine Allende. It shows that Helms told those present: 'That President Nixon had decided that an Allende regime in Chile was not acceptable to the United States. The President asked the Agency to prevent Allende from coming to power or to ...
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