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... , mostly taken from Hounam. 10 I can't think of a more striking example of an attempt to destroy the career of a political colleague. most of the major Kennedy assassination researchers, Mellen does not take this seriously. In her case, this is presumably due to a career-long support for Jim Garrison whose inquiries focused on the CIA. Nonetheless Professor Mellen has written a very good book, thoroughly documented and full of interesting and new bits and pieces.1 1 If you haven't read Robert Caro's books on LBJ, this contains all the big stuff and it will be a revelation. Robin Ramsay 11 There is a good summary of the book's major points by Jim ...
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32. Lobster Issue 72 Winter 2016 [Free Article]
... Oborne (PDF) reviewed by John Booth The Army of Afghanistan: A Political History of a Fragile Institution, by Antonio Giustozzi (PDF) reviewed by John Newsinger The Black Door Spies, Secret Intelligence and British Prime Ministers, by Richard Aldrich and Rory Cormac (PDF) reviewed by John Newsinger The Devil's Chessboard: Allen Dulles, the CIA, and the Rise of America's Secret Government, by David Talbot (PDF) reviewed by Garrick Alder The Neoconservative Threat to World Order: Washington s perilous war for hegemony, by Paul Craig Roberts (PDF) reviewed by Robin Ramsay Finks: How the CIA tricked the World s Best Writers, by Joel Whitney (PDF) reviewed ...
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... Commission on Terrorist Attacks upon the United States 31 March 2003. On the morning of September 11 2001, young men said to be followers of Osama Bin Laden reportedly hijacked four planes to attack America as his brother Shafiq was at a business meeting in a Washington hotel with Frank Carlucci, a former Secretary of Defence and deputy director of the CIA.1 Attending that Carlyle Group meeting the day before was former President George H W Bush just as his son, President George W Bush, who had been in business with another Bin Laden brother, Salem, was flying down to Florida to publicise a Sarasota school's reading programme.2 In another DC hotel on September 11 the director ...
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... Finks How the CIA tricked the World's Best Writers Joel Whitney London and New York: O/R Books, 2016 1 paperback, 328 pages, bibliography, notes, index W hitney had the bright idea of exploring some of the activities of the CIA's Congress for Cultural Freedom (CCF) in the 1950s and 60s by showing how the CCF used and tried to manipulate people who became famous writers. Some of this will be familiar if you have been following the continuing exposure of the activities of the CCF2 but there is a good deal which was new to me. The Paris Review looms large again, and though there is little of substance about it that hasn't been ...
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... Cold War Anthropology The CIA, the Pentagon and the growth of dual use anthropology David H. Price Durham (North Carolina) and London, Duke University Press, 2016, paperback, 452 pages, bibliography, notes, index. <www.dukeupress.edu> B eginning in 1967, journalists and academics have shown that during the first Cold War with the Soviet Union the CIA tried to use, influence and control swathes of intellectual life across the world and at home. Book publishing, art, psychiatry, academia, student organisations, political parties, newspapers, magazines, charities and motion pictures were all incorporated into this anti-Communist crusade.1 And so ...
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... the Hoover Institution at Stanford University. ' I'm not going to read all this: Bilderberg is no longer a mystery; nor is there any evidence that it is, or ever was, the central committee of global capitalism as is believed by some. 9/11 There was a very striking piece on Politico about the attempts by the CIA to warn the Bush administration about the threat posed by Al Qaeda in the months and weeks before 9/11.8 5 <http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-northern-ireland-36725599> 6 <http://www.tomgriffin.org/the_green_ ...
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... The Devil's Chessboard Allen Dulles, the CIA, and the Rise of America's Secret Government David Talbot William Collins, London, 2015 HB, 686pp., illus., index, bib., refs., £25.00 This truly excellent biography is at least partly a biography of two men, Allen Dulles and his older brother John Foster. I write 'at least partly' because the older Dulles brother dies two-thirds of the way through the book. But he gamely calls Allen to his bedside in order to deliver rousing anti-communist words, urging his brother to not only keep up the fight but redouble his soon-to-be-solo ...
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... support for the Americans and the strength of the Labour Left in the Commons at the time. Nevertheless, the Americans were given every assistance short of 'boots on the ground'. As Aldrich and Cormac reveal, GCHQ provided the Americans with 'volumes of signals intelligence' to help their war effort and the Americans were allowed to operate their 'largest CIA station in the region' out of Hong Kong. MI6 agents in the British Embassy in Hanoi provided intelligence reports on the effect of US bombing that were passed on to Washington. All this took place 'below the radar of British public opinion'. However, according to Aldrich and Cormac the extent of the British role in the 1965 ...
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... -state square conjunction as specified, but it had no role whatsoever in any of the USA's mind control research. Nor is it connected to the US Navy, being a US Army post. The Navy's early mind control research, Project CHATTER, was abandoned in 1953 and had no formal relationship with the newer projects being undertaken by the CIA at the time A Clockwork Orange was published in 1962. The only connection between CHATTER and Fort Bliss is that some of the USA's 'captured' Operation Paperclip Nazi scientists were held there, and it was Nazi human experiments, as described by other Paperclip 'captives', that led to US mind control projects. But the Nazis kept at ...
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... WU(C -in-C ) was a part of the Western Union Defence Organization and had already been in existence since the autumn of 1948. Perhaps the WU(C -in-C ) provided useful cover for the WUCC in that alphabet soup of government committees? 15 The American observers would have been from the newly formed CIA but were also, very likely, veterans of the wartime Office of Strategic Services. 16 By the time that the WUCC was set up in late 1949, the Foreign Office Russia Committee had been in existence for three years and was chaired by Sir Gladwyn Jebb. This neatly ensured that there was coherence between the Russia Committee policy and ...
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