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... nevertheless he was the subject of active surveillance on a number of occasions. After he had become 'a leading American professor' – and any involvement with the Left was a decade behind him – he remained of interest. Even when he was the beneficiary of 'government-sponsored and – financed junkets to Europe, courtesy of Perspectives USA, a CIA-front publication', the FBI remained suspicious. As Rodden puts it, as far as US national security was concerned Trilling was as 'politically safe' as it was possible to be. But that was not enough for the FBI. What of Irving Howe? FBI agents attended his lectures, opened his mail and reported on his ...
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... information about U.S . foreign and military policy. In 1957, during a visit to the Soviet Union, the influential pundit was lured by the KGB into a homosexual 'honey trap' and photographed in compromising positions at Moscow's Grand Hotel. At the urging of his friend and neighbor Frank Wisner, former head of covert operations for the CIA, Alsop privately came clean to both the CIA and FBI. Senior Eisenhower administration officials, who resented Alsop's public derision of the President and his irresponsible scare-mongering about alleged Soviet nuclear superiority (the so-called 'missile gap'), looked for ways to use the material. In 1959, Attorney General William Rogers and Hoover ...
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... and Nixon's cover-up, then, were broadly motivated by his fear of public exposure – including his determination to blackmail opponents into remaining silent about what they knew. The deed that proved fatal to his career, the so-called 'smoking gun', was a taped Oval Office conversation in which Nixon ordered his aides to get the CIA to help quash the Watergate investigation by telling the FBI that it was intruding on a sensitive intelligence operation. To enlist the CIA's cooperation, Nixon proposed blackmailing the Agency by warning that the FBI probe could 3 For an early argument along these lines, see J. Anthony Lukas, Nightmare: The Underside of the Nixon Years (New ...
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... (CPA). Last year it also won a $27m contract to distribute Iraq's new dinar. '3 4 GSG has taken part in its own interesting share of acquisitions. In 2007 they purchased a company that went by the name of SFA Inc. In doing so they also obtained a subsidiary company called The Analysis Corporation. Current CIA Director John Brennan, a long-term CIA veteran, was actually undertaking a stint in the private sector and working 31 Statements from Tim Reilly of Erinys <https://www.litvinenkoinquiry.org/files/2015/04/INQ002972wb.pdf> and <https://www.litvinenkoinquiry.org/files ...
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... Journalism and pornography Real crime is always organised Dr. T. P. Wilkinson The CIA As Organised Crime How Illegal Operations Corrupt America and the World Douglas Valentine Clarity Press, 2016 <www.claritypress.com> W hen I began reading the work of Douglas Valentine about six years ago, I had not read his books, only the articles that the US online journal Counterpunch had published. In fact I only began reading Counterpunch because of the accident of having been introduced to the two original editors of what was then only a printed newsletter. Later I was even able to publish a few pieces in that journal before its more famous founding editor's demise. Why do ...
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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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37. 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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