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... government could almost certainly be effected without difficulty or disturbance'.(36) In November, the Foreign Office official who had discussed 'covert means' with Lambton reported that 'our.....unofficial efforts to undermine Dr. Mussadiq are making good progress'.(37) With 1952 came the British preference for 'a non-communist coup d'etat preferably in the name of the Shah. This would mean an authoritarian regime',(38) the embassy in Tehran noted. On 28 January the Foreign Office declared that 'the only hope of getting rid of Dr. Mussadiq lies in a coup d'etat, provided always a strong man can be found equal to the task ...
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152. The Myth of the SAS [Lobster #30 (Dec 1995)]
... Horse). He became obsessed with the well-publicised exploits of a notorious Dutch solder, Raymond 'Turk' Westerling, who was fighting against Indonesian nationalists in the Celebes. This obsession grew into a determination to join the Special Air Service, the celebrated British wartime unit that had been re-formed in Malaya in 1951 to fight the Communists. De la Billiere's concern in this account of his early years is to establish his credentials as someone who did not toe the line or obey the rules. This is the stuff of which the adventurer, the hero, is made. It is the upper class misfits who are the best defenders of Empire, the real bulwarks of ...
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153. Combat 18 and MI5: some background notes [Lobster #30 (Dec 1995)]
... been a subject of dispute. The trigger is said to have been the events surrounding a fracas at a League of Saint George meeting in Kensington in May 1991.(1 ) Their initial aim was to provide strong arm defensive and then offensive protection for the far right, the first publicly admitted 'action' being an incendiary attack on a Communist Party premises in March 1992.(2 ) The gap between the events that were the catalyst (including a failed November 1991 Fred Leuchter meeting in London), and the first admitted 'action' accounts for my earlier description of C18 as having been founded in early 1992.(3 ) John Tyndall, leader of the BNP, ...
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154. JFK, the FBI and the Cambridge phone call [Lobster #30 (Dec 1995)]
... fact that he had travelled to England for the first time in forty years to visit his relatives in 1963, in the three weeks just before and after the assassination.(4 ) Chapman Pincher subsequently stated the call was made by Victor Louis, the London Evening Standard's Moscow correspondent; but the only evidence adduced was that Louis was a communist and therefore, one supposes, capable of anything.(5 ) Earlier this year my annotated examination of the JFK assassination paperwork generated by the FBI's London office was published in the States.(6 ) I had a file that allegedly contained all of the Bureau's London documents. However, I did add in the Afterword that I ...
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155. Conspiracy theories are go! [Lobster #30 (Dec 1995)]
... of the sixties or seventies? Does this rhetorical convergence suggest some wider meeting of left and right? At the end of his long and valuable look back at the covert operations against the American left and blacks,(12) Daniel Brandt makes a decent attempt to persuade us that something of that ilk may be happening. Without the "communists" to kick around any more, some of those who once underwrote Wall Street's global interests by donating their first-born, are now describing themselves as pariots and populists. Many of them have taken a fresh look at the international ruling class, and resurrected a long but gnarly tradition of isolationism and anti-establishment nationalism. 'Much ...
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156. The Pentagon's Psychic Research [Lobster #30 (Dec 1995)]
... a crashed Soviet TU-95 'Backfire' bomber somewhere in Africa. ' Geller and Lyon Playfair, op. cit. 25, p. 342. John L. Wilhelm, 'Psychic Spying' in Washington Post (Sunday Magazine) 7 August 1977. Ibid. Biological Effects of Electromagnetic Radiation (Radio Waves and Microwaves) - Eurasian Communist Countries, Defense Intelligence Agency, Oct. 1976. One such recent device is called Elipton, of which Profesor Vlail Kaznacheyev said: Sensors of the Elipton act on eyes and ears and transform scenery and sounds into bio-flows which are transmitted into space towards cosmic regulators. By targeting these signals to sensitive receivers and decoders, they ...
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... terrorism, ' he said in September 1984. 'Terrorists provide assistance to drug traffickers. ' Michael Ledeen, the State Department and NSC consultant who initiated the arms-for-hostages talks, fleshed out the alleged connection. "Drugs go to the bourgeois countries where they corrupt and where they kill, while the arms go to pro-Communist terror groups in the Third World. ' The DEA's own deputy administrator, David Westrate, framed the ideological rationale for expanding his agency's de facto jurisdiction when he told Congress in 1985, 'The terrorist-insurgent link to drug trafficking and the increasing use of terrorist tactics by drug trafficking organizations are matters of serious concern to the Drug Enforcement ...
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... of Silvia Duran's so-called statement of November 23,1963, to the Mexican DFS (Dirección Federal de Seguridad), about her interviews of Oswald in the Cuban Consulate. The successive changes mirror the shift in the Mexico City CIA Station's view of Oswald, from a 'phase-one' position (Oswald was part of a Cuban Communist conspiracy) to a more standard 'phase-two' position (Oswald was a lone nut). From other sources we learn that the DFS itself, as well as the CIA Station, pushed the 'conspiracy' story hard in their November 23 interview. Revisions to the Duran statement seem also designed to bring her story into line with ...
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159. Common Cause and IRIS [Lobster Special Issue: The Clandestine Caucus (199]
... and IRIS The failure of the Freedom and Democracy Trust seems to have deterred the TUC members from creating another body so directly linked to the TUC General Council.(79) Instead, some individual members of the General Council, who had been involved in the Freedom and Democracy Trust fiasco, joined a private group with the same anti-communist aims. This was Common Cause, whose origins are to be found in the merging of two quite distinct political strands. The AEU's 'Club'One strand was the clandestine anti-communist (and anti-socialist) organisation in British trade unions, of which the best example is to found within the Amalgamated Engineering Union (AEU) ...
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... Centre of Free Trade Unionists in Exile Peter E. Newell At the end of World War II, hundreds of thousands of non-German workers, mostly from the Soviet Union and other Eastern European countries, were stranded in Germany, while many thousands more were fleeing from areas overrun by Soviet forces. Most of these workers were anti-communist, anti-Soviet and anti-Russian; some had voluntarily collaborated with the Nazis, and many more had joined the German armed forces and the Waffen SS. They refused to return to their countries of origin: most, at least for some years, languished in refugee camps in the American and British zones of Germany. Others ...
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