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... of communication virtually from scratch. This is probably why the book is so successful in presenting the story accurately and why it is free from the sentimentality that makes treacle out of most memoirs. Although unsentimental, The Hotel Tacloban is saturated with unstated but real empathy for the person whose story is recorded. This empathy was so powerful that former CIA director William Colby, who had read the book, hoped Valentine Jr. would bring that empathy to his book about the soldiers in Phoenix, and granted him the key interview that led to his landmark study The Phoenix Program.4 The Hotel Tacloban is a short book, 173 pages comprising nineteen chapters. In the beginning the background ...
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632. ELF, microwaves, etc. update [Lobster #27 (Jun 1994)]
... great detail. I notified John Alexander's superiors at Los Alamos National Laboratories. ' On 28 September 1993 Alexander sent a memo to a Gilbert Ortiz titled 'FOIA [Freedom of Information] requests by "Dr Victorian"'. In it Alexander complains about Victorian's success in getting information and notes on p. 2, 'I have learned that the CIA has asked both British Intelligence and the police to assist in resolving problems' with Victorian. This may or may not have anything to do with the fact that Victorian no longer has a telephone. Last year British Telecom presented him with a quarterly bill for "5 ,000! (His usual bill was a couple of hundred. ...
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633. War and peace plots [Lobster #51 (Summer 2006)]
... resistance in 1938-1939 without falling foul of the Nazis, or perhaps having a continuing use to them via his personal connection to many in European royalty. [8 ] He also suggested that the SS should 'act more skillfully' on Jewish matters to avoid 'causing a big stir'. [9 ] Dulles, later head of the CIA, had been approached by the Vatican to intercede on behalf of the German resistance after the policy of 'unconditional surrender' was adopted. Hence perhaps the mixture of items that would be favourable to the Vatican whilst others that ran counter to historic US intention (the European Economic Union) being discouraged. By 1943 the US had taken over ...
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... imperialism and military power. There has been no evidence yet of American money/control involved with this but we wouldn't be greatly surprised if there was, would we, given the timing of the organisation's appearance and the particular 'pitch' it is offering. If this was the 1950s or 60s we might assume it was an example of classic CIA funding of a putative left group. But these days, who knows? 5 Notice that he, like almost everyone else these days, writes of Nato and not of NATO. After the Cold War ended and NATO began to redefine itself and to extend its life and its field of operations, so it renamed itself Nato, in ...
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... or political conspiracies, using 'she is interested in conspiracies' perjoratively has been a pretty neat trick. It has been possible because of the existence of really dumb conspiracy theories of the 'it's all the fault of the Xs' variety. Who needs these crazy conspiracy theories? The great federal law and order and intelligence conspiracies like the FBI, CIA and NSA need them to legitimize and empower the term 'conspiracy theorist'. OK, it's just a hypothesis, but is there any evidence that the U.S . government has funded the purveyors of crazy conspiracy theories? It obviously isn't difficult or expensive. At a minimum it would just involve spending a few hundred thousand dollars supporting ...
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... at the Henry Wade press conference held in the Dallas PD on 23 November 1963, This was the occasion when Wade claimed Oswald was a member of the 'Free Cuba movement or whatever' and Ruby corrected him by stating that it was the Fair Play for Cuba Committee. The Free Cuba Movement was an anti-Castro movement funded by the CIA. If we had no other evidence than this, that within 24 hours of the assassination Ruby knew who Oswald was and, moreover, knew that he was a member of the FPCC, alarm bells should have rung in the head of anyone investigating the assassination. Aside from the Oswald slaying there is little material of Ruby included in ...
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637. Lobster Issue 26: Contents [Lobster #26 (Dec 1993)]
... 4: British Fascism 1983-6 (II) Searchlight again .. .MI5 goes on forever Miscellaneous Updating and Ongoing Military LSD testing in the U.K . People Books: Crozier country Enemies of the State Silent Coup: the Removal of Richard Nixon Trick or Treason: the October Surprise Mystery Eclipse: the last days of the CIA A Game of Moles: the Deceptions of an MI6 Officer The Faber book of Espionage Let the Petals Fall MACVSOG Command History: Annexes A, N, and M (1964-66) Deadly Illusions Silent Conspiracy: Inside the Intelligence Services in the 1990s Sources Lobster is edited and published by: Robin Ramsay at 214 Westbourne Avenune, ...
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... the scene, shouting 'We shot Kennedy'. The authors have identified her, they think, after Paul Schrade,3 was contacted by her family after her death. Tate and Johnson conclude the chapter on the story of the woman concerned with the startling information that according to her son, his late father said he had worked for the CIA and had been involved with mind control projects. Which brings us back to where we were circa 1970 with the discovery by various shrinks that Sirhan was susceptible to hypnosis and appeared to have post-hypnotic blocs which prevented him from remembering much of what had happened before and during the shooting. This is a very good book, and ...
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639. Truth Twisting: notes on disinformation [Lobster #19 (May 1990)]
... heard of the man or of the progress of the group. Crozier's last known action -- yet another attempt to discredit the Institute for Policy Studies, the Washington-based liberal think tank with an Amsterdam offshoot, the Transnational Institute -- was a costly failure. IPS director Orlando Letelier was assassinated in 1976 by the Chilean DINA and CIA-linked Cuban exiles. Then in 1980 Moss and de Borchgrave referred to left-wing Washington and Amsterdam institutes funded by the KGB in their execrable 'novel' The Spike - until IPS lawyers forced changes in the text. In 1984 Crozier wrote to the Spectator attacking IPS director Richard Barnet (a former Kennedy aide) and accusing the ...
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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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