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121. Churchill and The Focus [Lobster #25 (Jun 1993)]
... Eden and Halifax. (10) On October 3 1937 Churchill invited Anthony Eden, then Foreign Secretary, to a Focus lunch. The Focus, wrote Churchill, in his letter of invitation, 'hold meetings all over the country, at which the municipal authority usually presides, and socialists, Liberals and Tories advocate organised resistance to Nazi and communist propaganda. The League of Nations Union and the New Commonwealth, of which I am President, are both closely associated and many of our meetings are held under this aegis. I may add that our contacts go right into the heart of the Trade Union world, and act with them in the utmost harmony.... It ...
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122. Lobster Issue 25: Contents [Lobster #25 (Jun 1993)]
... 54 (Winter 2007/8 ) Issue #55 (Summer 2008) Issue #56 (Winter 2008/9 ) Issue #57 (Summer 2009) Clandestine Caucus (1996) About Lobster Subscribe See also... © 2001 Lobster Contents | Cover Image It's raining Lobsters The covert origins of the Biafran War Moscow Gold: 'the Communist threat' in post-war Britain Non-lethality: John B. Alexander, the Pentagon's Penguin Mind control update Enemies of the state Churchill and The Focus Clinton and Quigley: a strange tale from the U.S . elite The Anglo-American Establishment From Rhodes to Cliveden Notes from the underground part 3: British fascism 1983 ...
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... who, despite having worked at The Times, one of the key elements in the group, spent the second half of the 30s belabouring 'the Cliveden Set' without ever realising that they were the Round Table. The 'radical right' in America attacked the Round Table's various front organisations in the late 1940s, thinking they were attacking the 'international communist conspiracy'. (22) More recently both Nixon and Mrs Thatcher have explicitly set themselves up as the enemies of the foreign policy 'establishment' without ever showing the slightest signs of understanding who it is they are hostile to. (23) And after the war?Quigley's account comes to a halt after WW2. The Round Table ...
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... socialism, since we are assured 'Wilson was never a socialist' (p . 167). We learn on the next page something of his supposed corporative ideas; our authors seem not to know that the nearest approximation to a corporate state in modern times was Mussolini's Italy. Their own political standpoint emerges when they criticize Wilson for having denounced Communist influence in the seamen's strike of 1966; his denunciation is said to he 'a fatal error' (p . 131). Dorril and Ramsay ignore the damaging strikes of car workers, miners, dockers and others, which did so much to destroy these industries. They have keen ears for rumour, but seem not to have caught ...
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... p. 9. Ibid. pp. 9 and 10. Ibid. p. 47. Ibid. Ibid. Ibid pp. 72 and 3. Ibid. p. 12. Ibid. p. 13. The American Security Council (ASC) Box 8, Boston, Virginia 22713, USA. ASC is militarist, anti-communist and right-wing. Formed in the mid-1950s, the Council acts as a right-wing think tank on foreign policy and lobbies for the expansion and strengthening of U.S . military forces. In 1985 the ASC had 330,000 members. See, for example, the entry for the ASC in The Radical ...
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... and by trade unions whose long-term goal, whether consciously or not on behalf of the Soviet Union, was to transform Britain into another East Germany or Czechoslovakia' (pp. 137 and 8, emphases added). (4 ) There were (are?) also 'the cryptos...... a group of Communists, who, by agreement with Moscow, were no longer card-carrying Party members. They operated in Parliament. Their status, according to a major Soviet defector [which one?] with whom I discussed the matter some years later, was that of "confidential contacts" of the Soviet embassy. One or two dealt directly ...
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127. ...MI5 goes on forever [Lobster #26 (Dec 1993)]
... Rose Show. Thanks to Harlan Girard for the transcript.) So, another little piece of the jig-saw of post-war MI5 operations falls into place: MI5 were running students who pretended to be left-wing to attract recruiters - and presumably without success, since not a whisper of this has hitherto appeared. No more communist threat?If the MI5 brochure offers a very thing version of the organisation's history, it does answer the question, 'How have they responded to the end of the Cold War and the collapse of the British Left? ' S'easy-peasy, mate; nothing to it. The subversive hunters and the spy-watchers have become anti ...
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... SOG conducted a war within a war, sending commando teams into Laos, Cambodia and North Vietnam itself. Its activities included seaborne raids that may have triggered the August 1964 Gulf of Tonkin incident (which laid the foundation for a wider war), and its commanders included John K. Singlaub, later a figure in the World Anti-Communist League and Iran-contra affair. So mysterious was the group that even its name causes uncertainty: for cover purposes, it was the the Studies and Observations Group, but purists and insiders knew it as MACVSOG or MACSOG (after the 'U.S . Military Assistance Command, Vietnam', to which it was nominally attached) ...
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129. Searchlight again [Lobster #26 (Dec 1993)]
... accused of being in some kind of plot with the KGB to kill Lyndon LaRouche's people in Paris some years ago.(4 ) In making this accusation he grossly libels an academic and writer by saying that Gerry had paid this man to attend a LaRouche gathering to gain information on the organisation. Searchlight actually sent somebody to a World Anto Communist League conference abroad. No attempt was made to kill anyone and the conference had no connection with LaRouche. It says something about the low standard of recruitment by British intelligence when they have to hire misfits like Morris Riley. His greatest achievement on their behalf, and this is from the horse's mouth, was when he was used to ...
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130. The Faber book of Espionage (Book review) [Lobster #26 (Dec 1993)]
... of it was new to me -- but as 'West' approaches the present day his editing becomes more and more eccentric. Thus, for example, we are informed that Kim Philby 'was a philandering drunk whose career was destined to be curtailed by the knowledge, acquired secretly by MI5, that he had once been a member of the Communist Party of Great Britain. ' (p . 557, emphasis added). Oh really? We are told (p . 542) that Peter Wright's 'initiation into molehunting' was in May 1963, while Bristow (reviewed above), a friend of Wright's, tells us that this actually began in 1956; and that Spycatcher was ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 14  -  01 Dec 1993  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue26/lob26-17.htm
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