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... informal relationship with Soviet or Soviet-front organizations. The case was made fairly persuasively back in the early 1970s by David Rees.(6 ) Rees's view, rather like the late Lord Lionel Robbins (who called White 'a sentimental and highly indiscreet fellow traveller'), is that White kept up his links not because he was a Communist but because he was a New Dealer who believed in (i ) union of anti-fascist forces and (ii) US-USSR friendship as the key to postwar world peace and prosperity - his real goals. I suppose he might have been conspiratorial enough to have gone beyond informality. Perhaps he had to if he wanted the ...
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... and, in 1970, to visit Israel, at the request of the CIA, to assess the abilities of Uri Geller. During this time Puharich worked closely with Sir John Whitmore.(16) They visited Warsaw in 1974 where they set up a radio receiver, supposedly to receive signals about an imminent alien invasion of Earth. The Communist bloc took a dim view of this, considering (correctly in the case of Puharich) that they were CIA agents and expelling them. Seifer does not dwell on these aspects, concluding instead with a review of developments in the Tesla area since the '80s. After Watergate and the demise of Nixon, the US political and military establishment ...
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... became an MI5 officer in around 1931.(3 ) The answer to the conundrum is in the Curry Report at p. 74 (KV 4/1 ): 'A direct consequence of the reorganisation of functions in 1931 was that the agency which had been employed by S.I .S . and had furnished them with information about Communist matters inside this country came under the control of the Security Service, where it was later known as the M Section [i .e . Max Knight's section]. ' So he was working for MI6 from 1924/5 to 1931. MI5's Fishy Official Curry (as I like to call it) was originally intended to be ...
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... being parenthetical was, and is, part of a wider polemic within post-war fascism that is integral to our understanding of how it seeks to resurrect itself from the ashes of the Third Reich. Such was the nature of its gyrations that Yockey could work both as a speech writer with a 'considerable relationship' to the viscerally anti-Communist Senator Joe McCarthy (and the network behind him which was seeking to invalidate the Nuremberg Trials), and, only months beforehand, as a courier for Czech intelligence. When he dropped off the radar between Spring 1955 and Winter 1957, Coogan believes that he may well have been acting as a coordinator between German fascist groups and the ...
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215. A Note on MRA, CIA and L. Ron. Hubbard [Lobster #39 (Summer 2000)]
... at which the movement operated. It was aimed almost exclusively at leaders, and its literature was so designed. It was, in other words, appalling. The astrology training scheme dragged along slowly, and didn't show results until some years later when a seer we planted on President Nkrumah of Ghana persuaded him to accept an invitation to visit Communist China so that he would be out of the country when our boy, General 'Uncle Arthur' Ankrah, staged his coup d'etat, and some months later when a computer we programmed to make astrological computations induced President Sukarno of Indonesia to make various moves which suited our purposes. But the arrangement we made with Moral Rearmament gave us useful ...
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216. Nexus: postmodernism or what? [Lobster #39 (Summer 2000)]
... following claim (JFK buffs, pay attention!):'[Al Carone] had taken money to a female named Ruth Paine in late 1956 on orders from William Casey........Carone said that Paine was approached by the CIA to find and recruit an individual that (sic) was expendable, with communist ties and some type of anti-American background. Carone said that when Ruth Paine found the individual, she notified her CIA contact, identified as George de Morenschild, who in turn contacted his CIA supervisor, identified as George Bush.......Carone said the individual located by Ruth Paine was identified as a ...
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... ....) Maggie v Wilson One of the outstanding unresolved issues in the so-called 'Wilson plots' of the mid-1970s is the question of Margaret Thatcher's role after she became Leader of the Opposition in 1975. She was surrounded by spooks and ex-spooks who believed, or pretended to believe, in the Global Communist Conspiracy. What did she believe and do while so many of those around her were muttering that Harold Wilson was a KGB agent? This question is partly answered in Kenneth O. Morgan's Callaghan: a life (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1997). Although Morgan's discussion of the 1974-77 period is entirely inadequate - evasive ...
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218. Where's Ware? [Lobster #39 (Summer 2000)]
... literally) on the steps of the Town Hall waiting for action. Not very much of Ware's documentary, though, actually reflects this. Although Brent council gave him full access to its material, little of this was broadcast. Instead we get a lot of huffing and puffing about 'Trotskyists'. This came, though, from an elderly Communist Party member, rather than anyone in mainstream politics. Ware says,'.... ten years ago, black parents warned that schools were failing their children.... ' (i .e . in 1977 Brent schools, run by the council, were failing black pupils). Five minutes later, having established ...
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219. SISies: MI6 & A Life: A. J. Ayer (Book reviews) [Lobster #40 (Winter 2000/1)]
... , one of the more concise views yet to emerge of the connections between the various groups and factions fighting in Yugoslavia towards the end of WW2 and, by implication, the manner in which these conflicting struct ures contributed to Yugoslavia's disintegration in the early nineties. He also scotches the notion, persistent on the right, that it was covert Communist influence within SOE (steered by James Klugman) that led the British to begin supporting Tito at the expense of Mihailovic: Tito was simply killing more Germans. There were two wars (at least) happening in Yugoslavia: one brought about by the German-Italian invasion, in the end supported by their Croat allies, which the ...
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220. The Clash of the Icons [Lobster #40 (Winter 2000/1)]
... French Special Forces in Indochina in World War II. After the war he married a Vietnamese woman and remained in Vietnam. He joined the CIA upon its creation and after a tour of duty in Europe, returned to South Vietnam in 1954 as an aide to the above-mentioned Ed Lansdale, to help organize the CIA's secret anti-communist forces in North Vietnam. As a measure of his knack for deceit and deception, it is worth noting that one of Conein's favorite 'dirty tricks' was 'to stage funerals without a corpse and bury the coffin filled with weapons for later use by the anti-communists'.(1 ) Conein departed South Vietnam in 1958 after Lansdale's ...
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