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... because the US may not have the necessary networks itself could be less about remaining a branded global espionage name and more about controlling several. One reason for this, and assuming the impact on the spook market of the rise of the Chinese, Korean and Indian economies is considerable, other countries can match what the US can offer. The CIA could consider selling off its name while its brand recognition, in an ever more crowded market, remains high. Watch out for CIA merchandise! [6 ] US irritations with the Italian government included its links with Libya, and the announcement that Rucco Buttiglione, Italy's Minister for Europe, a senior Christian Democrat and friend of Pope John ...
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... of Chevy) who was editor in chief at Putnam's, and asked by both of them do a book. My agent was the gentlemanly John Schaffner, whose eccentric family reminded everyone of the Sitwells. His wife, Perdita, had, it turned out, been secretary to James Jesus Angleton, literary scholar and chief of counterintelligence at the CIA. (His deputy was the novelist, William Hood.) Ned Chase took me to the legendary Billy's, watering hole to the literary world, and told me he was going to give me a five book contract and that I was the 'voice of your generation'. I floated back to the train and came home with the ...
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453. Re: [Lobster #50 (Winter 2005/6)]
... considered negligible' and 'There is no need for public concern over the Ministry of Defence disseminations' were the comforting conclusions reached by a (Ministry of Defence sponsored) study. ( [9 ] ) Down on the farm Hailed as Britain's first feature length cartoon, the 1955 production of Animal Farm turns out to have been funded by the CIA, using American newsreel (March of Time), documentary and feature film producer Louis de Rochemont as a conduit.( [10] ) Having provided the money, the CIA also had 'psy warrior' Joseph Bryan ( [11] ) participate in early script conferences and monitor the filming. Another agent, Carleton Alsop, was ...
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454. Mark Felt, Jason Blair and 'Misty Beethoven' [Lobster #50 (Winter 2005/6)]
... . Indeed, lest we miss the point, Woodward tells us that 'Felt thought the Nixon team were Nazis. ' How interesting! That's what I thought! And so did every other liberal I knew at the time. Surprisingly, this was also the point-of-view of James McCord, the right-wing evangelist and former CIA officer who led the break-in team into the Watergate. In a series of odd 'newsletters', written after Watergate (and virtually uncirculated), McCord put forward a conspiracy theory suggesting that the Rockefeller family was lunging for complete control over the government's critical national security functions, using the Council on Foreign Relations and Henry Kissinger as ...
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455. The Rough Guide to Conspiracy Theories [Lobster #50 (Winter 2005/6)]
... any reading in this area. There are more than enough leads to follow-up to keep happy most people who develop an interest in any particular subject. For more seasoned campaigners however, the book has less to offer. In many of the topics, such as those covering the Calvi murder, the plots against Harold Wilson, the CIA drugs connection etc, anyone who has been following the topics will feel that some of the more obvious and important texts have not been referred to. The Wilson plot sources do not include The Pencourt File or Smear!; the chapters relating to the Calvi murder do not include the Larry Gurwin and Rupert Cornwell books; and the CIA ...
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456. The view from the bridge [Lobster #50 (Winter 2005/6)]
... the quality of the people who write for it, much of it stands up, I think. The great thing about Lobster's existence is being able to print an 11-page essay on Northern Ireland by a Protestant Marxist, which I think no-one else would publish, or the long Cummings piece on The Paris Review and the CIA, whose core was printed in Lobster 47 but which is so much better in this elaborated form. They are interesting, perhaps important pieces. But interesting would do for me. Lobster could simply be a website on which I posted this material; but there is something about putting it on paper, about putting it into shops and ...
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457. Trouble makers [Lobster #50 (Winter 2005/6)]
... Uzbekistan ambassador Craig Murray, who seems bent on making serious trouble for HMG, gave an example of why the British state is willing to eat almost any amount of shit handed to them by the US. 'The UK has no intelligence assets in central Asia. We are dependent on information giv- en to us by the United States' CIA and NSA. ' The British overseas lobby in Whitehall like Tony Blair still dreams of being a 'world player'. But it doesn't have the tax resources to match the UK's (private) overseas investments. Which is essentially why the British state remains clinging to the coat-tails of America. Afghanistan and opium How often in the ...
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458. No one ever suddenly became depraved [Lobster #50 (Winter 2005/6)]
... as the gravest threat today. The concept of an existential struggle between good and evil has been revived, in many cases by people who were near the front line of the anti-communist battle of the cold war. ' ( [12] ) Uniquely useless The article presents Radek Sikorski, the New Atlantic Initiative, Encounter and the CIA, William Kristol, the Weekly Standard, Henry 'Scoop' Jackson, Richard and Daniel Pipes and their Middle East Forum, Richard Perle, and even Team B, in a manner which ignores all the investigative reporting of the past 50 years. It is Lloyd's complete lack of ability to offer any analysis of these creatures that makes his ...
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... . In Cork, for example, the division was bloodily resolved with guns and on this occasion, the Officials or 'Stickies' won. The point is further underlined by Henry Patterson (Ulster University, Jordanstown) in the most important book ever written on Irish republicanism: The Politics of Illusion (Radius, Hutchinson, 1989). Declassified CIA documents, reprinted in the Irish Socialist Partypublication, The Voice, reveal that the CIA also welcomed the formation of the Provos because they were 'nationalist rather than Communist' and could help to neutralise the threat posed by 'Marxism'. (6 ) On one thing however, Dillon and his mentor, Conor Cruise O'Brien, are absolutely correct ...
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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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