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... with a sharp page on other versions of the story, especially an article in Foreign Policy (no. 47, 1982) by the historian James A. Nathan. This, says Kwitney, 'contained sensational assertions'. Kwitney called Nathan to 'seek documentation' but 'his only documentation .. .. was press clippings, including some from communist and other strongly partisan and unreliable publications, and from small-publication journalists I knew to be unreliable..... he had not tried to talk to the people involved to hear their denials.... behaviour that reporters for any responsible publication would be pilloried for. ' Finally, notes Kwitney, 'in the spring ...
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132. Updating and Ongoing [Lobster #26 (Dec 1993)]
... which expelled him -- but Jim Slater and the others were amongst those who were at that time New Leftists but subsequently went back to association with the CP.) ' And Dr Raymond Challinor wrote that he spent an evening with seamen's leader Jim Salter just before his death. Slater told Challinor that he had not been part of a communist plot and had never even met the CPGB industrial organiser, Bert Ramelson; and that he had later discussed the seamen's strike with Harold Wilson who had apologised for what he had said during the dispute, admiting he had been misinformed. Dr. Challinor is preparing something on this subject. The late David Stirling Reviewing Alan Hoe's biography of ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 13  -  01 Dec 1993  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue26/lob26-08.htm
... into British politics. The ANC, Earth First, Queer Nation, the (Nazi) Church of the Creator, the (French) Front National, and various other political groups, parties or terrorist groups are included. Similarly useful are listings for now defunct but historically significant groups like Sir Oswald Mosley's Union Movement, the British and Irish Communist Organisation (BICO), Popular Propaganda (a libertarian conservative group) and the Committee for a Free Britain. Entries attempt to provide current addresses, dates of establishment, names of leading lights and other basic information, self descriptions of groups where the author considers them to be accurate, and the author's own descriptions, which frequently include ...
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134. The Man Who Knew Too Much (Book review) [Lobster #27 (Jun 1994)]
... Knew Too Much has a unique take on the 'whodunnit' aspect of the assassination, a synthesis of the left and right wing conspiracy theories: Oswald was involved in the conspiracy to murder the President; and he was an FBI informant and a CIA or Office of Naval Intelligence (ONI) agent; but he was also working for the communists as a double agent of the KGB or GRU! Russell proposes that, having been sent to the USSR as part of a phony 'military defectors' programme run by the CIA or ONI, the 'self-indoctrinated' Marxist Marine Oswald actually did go over to the other side, returning to the U.S . as a spook ...
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135. The Strange Case of Patrick Daly, MI5 agent [Lobster #27 (Jun 1994)]
... elaborate code based upon Masefield's poem 'Cargoes'. In an excellent piece of investigative journalism in the Observer of 9 February, 1986, Nick Davies suggested that Ryan 'slowly drew Jordan along the road to military action and became the dominant figure in the bomb plot, the recipient of Jordan's meticulous intelligence. ' Ryan was originally a member of the Communist Party (as was Jordan) and became a Maoist, whereupon he was expelled from the CP in the 1960s. He was always suspected by them of having burgled the CP offices in Lawford St. after his expulsion and collected lists of addresses. Bryan Underwood tells a good story of speaking, over thirty years ago, at a ...
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136. The Enemy Within (Whitehall) [Lobster #27 (Jun 1994)]
... aware.) Even though a biography of Sir Dick White, former chief of MI6 is being written, in the listed conference participants, while Admiral Stansfield Turner is described as 'Retired as Director, Central Intelligence Agency', White is described as 'Formerly attached to Foreign and Commonwealth Office'. For a fictional account of the new post-communist threat world of MI6, see Murray Smith's The Stone Dancer (Michael Joseph, 1994). Former soldier Smith dedicates his book to a whole crew of spooks and military, to let the reader know this is the real thing. For a non-fiction version of the same subject see James Adams' The New Spies, reviewed ...
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137. The Searchlight saga continued [Lobster #27 (Jun 1994)]
... Len's sorties in Sofia', Barrie Penrose and David Connett, in the Sunday Times, 21 September, 1986.) Searchlight so persistently ran a recognizably Soviet line on the fascist threat in Europe, and rarely if ever criticized the Soviet bloc, some on the British right see Searchlight not as a Jewish or Israeli, but as a communist operation. The casual attribution of the labels like neo-nazi occasionally back-fires. In January the Sunday Express ran a piece headlined 'Traitors: the ultra-right Tories who plotted against Major' - a piece recycled in the Labour Party-supporting Tribune (18 February, 1994 under the predictable heading of 'Major's Militants') ...
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... Bateman I was born in a working class area of Leeds in September 1919. My parents were Quaker-ILPers and it was natural for me to gravitate to the labour movement. In 1934 I left school and joined the South Leeds Labour Party. The Labour League of Youth of the pre-war period had been heavily infiltrated by the Communist Party, a leading light being Ted Willis - later Lord Willis. I saw much of the CP in action in Leeds and met many of their members. Harry Newton was born in 1922 and would only be 17 when the war broke out. He claimed to have joined the CP before the war but I never met him. ...
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139. Searchlight yet again [Lobster #28 (Dec 1994)]
... and neo-fascist parties for his book, on the National Front, Fascists? So the rule really says: no-one but Searchlight, and its agents, and researchers approved by Searchlight, is allowed to talk to the nationalist /fascist fringe. You'd never guess that messers Gable and Atkinson of Searchlight were once employed by the Communist Party of Great Britain, would you? RR 2. Searchlight - an appreciation If Searchlight seriously wanted fascist activity to decline one might expect it to attempt to prevent people joining the far Right, and prevent far Right groups at home and abroad from getting in touch with each other. In fact Searchlight are always printing contact addresses and ...
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... own history, but not their own free will; not under circumstances they themselves have chosen but under the given and inherited circumstances with which they are directly confronted. (5 ) In Porter's interpretative sweep humanity appears almost completely at the mercy of uncontrollable economic forces. If Marx had believed this would he have bothered to co-author the Communist Manifesto or establish the First International? Notes See Bernard Porter, The Origins of the Vigilant State (London, 1987) and Plots and Paranoia: A History of Political Espionage in Britain 1790-1988 (London, 1989). Thus Kenneth O. Morgan's study, The People's Peace 1945-1990 (Oxford, 1992), ...
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