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341. PR, Iraq and 'the allies' [Lobster #45 (Summer 2003)]
... to its misplaced perception of Islam, highly educated women in Iraq, the Christian population and other groups are airbrushed. In addition, it has excelled at bouncing responsibility': For example Iraqis, it claims, were to blame for the shameful murder of Shia cleric Abd al-Majid Khu'i whose memory has since been traduced because he accepted CIA money. The truth is that this vital, courageous man returned to Iraq at the time he did, solely at the request of the allies'. He was dead within days. The death of Khu'i is every bit as significant for Iraq as that of Abdul Haq was for Afghanistan. These men, their circumstances, and events ...
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342. The Crux of the Matter [Lobster #45 (Summer 2003)]
... million loan from The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development. Some of the more well-known names of Fronteras' Board members are: Chairman William H. White (ex Deputy Secretary of the Treasury under Clinton); President/CEO Steve Nicandros (ex-Pres. Conoco International Operations); and Advisers John Deutch (ex-CIA Director) and Lloyd Bentsen (ex-Treasury Secretary.). A coup attempt in 1998 led the chairman of the National Independence Party to call for NATO or the United States to station a military contingent in Georgia to protect Caspian oil transport. In December 1998, representatives from the GUAM Group (Georgia, Ukraine, Azerbaijan, ...
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... in Europe, in May 1961, several of these organisations merged. This report followed two earlier studies, in 1957 and 1958, both of which concluded that British industry, and Britain as a whole, would benefit from membership. Allegations have since been made that these studies were funded by the U.S . Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), the U.S . being in favour of British entry. (6 ) Although no official record of the first campaign exists, making it difficult to assess its cost, estimates range from hundreds of thousands of pounds to millions (7 ) Its aim was to swing the media, business, political parties, trade unions ...
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344. Double Fold: Libraries and the Assault on Paper [Lobster #44 (Winter 2002)]
... spontaneously combust, claimed the 1987 propaganda film Slow Fires. By repeatedly presenting such untruths library administrators attracted millions of dollars of public money which was used to dispose of the very material whose care was their responsibility. One of the many intriguing features of this black farce is the extent to which important figures in its development had links with the CIA and the military. University Microfilms landed a big contract with the CIA's predecessor, the Office of Strategic Services; Verner Clapp acted as a consultant for the CIA and employed J.C . Licklider, who later worked on the Pentagon's early internet system; one of Clapp's bulk-reducing projects was built by the missile technology firm AVCO ...
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345. A note on Arthur Andersen and Co. [Lobster #44 (Winter 2002)]
... another which handled the rest of their world-wide business. This was based not in London or Paris, world financial-centres, but in Milan. Indeed, it was in Milan that they centred their non-US operations. Politically unstable and financially corrupt, Italy was a peculiar choice. It was, however, central to CIA operations in Europe. London was still a rival financial centre and Paris only a part-time ally of the US after DeGaulle. The later history of Andersen is outside the scope of the book but it is worth noting that they opened a Moscow office as early as 1974 at the start of the period of Detente. They were ...
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... lines. They alone were given advance notice as to when a test was scheduled. Russell, the Governor of Nevada at the time, pointed out to complainants that there was little he could do because 85% of the land in Nevada was owned or controlled by the federal authorities. The rest was owned mostly by the Mob. The CIA found Vegas as useful for laundering money as the Mob. When Hank Greenspan, the local semi-liberal and crusading' newspaper editor died - he was as close to an opposition as Las Vegas ever developed - it was discovered that he was not only on the CIA books but those of Mossad as well. His sizeable FBI file ...
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347. Sources [Lobster #44 (Winter 2002)]
... to secure American interests, including Caspian Sea oil resources and the limitation of Russian influence over its former republics and satellites. ' The table of contents and information on obtaining this is at < http://ourworld.compuserve. com/homepages/ PZarembka/volume20.htm > Gary Webb, the American journalist whose series on the CIA-cocaine links kicked off a major political storm (and got him fired), has placed his original articles at < http://home.attbi.com/~gary.webb/wsb/ index.html > www.nthposition.com is An on-line magazine with politics and opinion, travel writing, ...
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... in the investigation of the case, in one chapter I pull together some bits and pieces of evidence - the key piece dating back to 1998 - which show that the whodunit aspect of the case has been solved: LBJ had Kennedy killed to save his political career and keep himself out of jail. It wasn't the mob, or the CIA, or the anti-Castro Cubans; it was LBJ, a bent Texas politician. Last | Contents | Next ...
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349. How many divisions does the Pope have? [Lobster #44 (Winter 2002)]
... the area. The USA did not regard this as problematic. The issue for Washington was to prevent the Egyptian nationalists, led by Naguib, Nasser and Sadat, (13) from drifting into the Soviet orbit. The solution to this danger was to install some congenial anti-Soviet advisers in Cairo. Allen Dulles, head of the CIA, turned for help to Reinhard Gehlen. Gehlen recommended Skorzeny as head of the mission. Skorzeny was uncertain but was swayed to accept after conversations with Schacht. He arrived in Cairo in time to attend the grand victory parade organised by the coup leaders in January 1953. Within a few months he would be joined by hundreds of ex ...
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... (c ) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 43) Summer 2002 Last | Contents | Next Issue 43 The Politics of Apolitical Culture: The Congress for Cultural Freedom, the CIA and post-war American hegemony Giles Scott-Smith London: Routledge/PSA 2002, 55 Tom Easton This is a welcome addition to the growing literature on the Congress for Cultural Freedom, the CIA-funded operation that ran for two decades after World War II of which Encounter magazine was the best-known British component. Giles Scott-Smith has added to the historical record well illuminated by Christopher Lasch, Peter Coleman, Frances Stonor Saunders and Richard Aldrich, ...
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