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... a mere local notable.) It is also for this reason that the annoying term 'political 6 In 1789 France was, to quote de Gaulle, 'made with the sword'. A plaque in the entrance to the French military museum, Les Invalides, in Paris, bears this quotation by Charles de Gaulle: 'La France fut faite à coups d'épée. ' 7 This is the significance – and about the only one – of the provision in the US Constitution that the President must be a native-born citizen. 8 The most useful definition of the term 'Establishment' is probably found in C. Wright Mills, The Power Elite (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1956 ...
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... -SAS as well. A large number of Foreign Legionaries were also recruited. Not everything that Watchguard touched turned to gold. At the very start of the 1970s, Stirling suffered an embarrassing setback with his involvement in what became known as 'the Hilton Assignment'. In the autumn of the previous year, Colonel Gaddafi had led a bloodless coup against the ruling royal family in Lybia. An essential part of Stirling's counter-coup plan was the freeing of political prisoners from Tripoli jail – an insalubrious institution which was ironically nicknamed 'the Hilton'. Over a period of almost two years there were at least three attempts to set the operation into motion. Each time, however, ...
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... say a very convenient mystery. And in Yemen, Britain, the Saudis and the Israelis provided military assistance to rebels who were guilty of much the same kind of atrocities as ISIS but conveniently did not post them on-line. Despite his collaboration with the British secret state, Wilson was himself the victim of various smears, plots and coup proposals in which MI5 officers were intimately involved. Wilson was convinced that the South African secret service, BOSS, was also involved. He was right: they were allowed to operate in Britain without any interference at this time because, as one of their (unnamed) agents later revealed, they had a film of MPs taking part ...
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... good guys" versus the Russian "bad guys." ' 39 None of this is mentioned in Elizabeth Pond's 'How Vladimir Putin lost Ukraine', which appeared in the New Statesman recently. Pond's essay is a good example of the sophisticated end of the good guys/bad guys position;4 0 and she makes no reference to the coup run there by the Americans and their local allies.4 1 One minor difference between Cold War 2 and this one is the attitude of the New Statesman. In the early 1980s, with Bruce Page as editor, the New Statesman would not have opened its columns to so such an openly pro-American version of events. The ...
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... influence across the region may partly have been a completely rational defensive reaction to early US moves in the War on Terror'. Not only was Iran put on notice as part of 'the Axis of Evil', but Iranians were well aware of 'a history of Western aggression' against their country, going back to the CIA-SIS sponsored coup of 1953. He makes the point that the US had no problem with the Shah's nuclear programme ( 'the United States gave Iran its first reactor in 1959'), had shot down an Iranian airliner in 1988 and supported Saddam Hussein in the Iran- Iraq War. Moreover, Iran initially collaborated with the US in the War ...
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... a transcript of the Dallas police radio traffic that day which shows them receiving the first call about Tippit's shooting at 1.15. In the HSCA files from 1977/8 there is a copy of an FBI report concerning one of the 'tramps' photographs. In 1974 Michael Canfield, co-author with A. J. Weberman of Coup D'Etat in America: The CIA and the Assassination of John F. Kennedy, had contacted journalist Sam Jaffee about it, suggesting – as he and Weberman did in their book – that two of the 'tramps' were Howard Hunt and Frank Sturgis. Jaffee contacted Richard Perle, then working for Senator Henry Jackson, who was told to ...
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17. Apocryphilia (Summer 2016) [Free Article]
... promptly recruited by MI5.1 7 The book gives us further information – in some detail – about how hard many Germans tried to make Chamberlain stand firm over Czechoslovakia in 1938. Klop hosted a number of confidential meetings between German military and diplomatic figures and British FO advisors. However, the British preference for not removing Hitler via a military coup and keeping him as a reliable anti-Communist instead drove them all to despair, with one, Wolfgang zu Putlitz, memorably commenting'…..the English think they are wise and strong. They are mistaken. They are stupid and weak. '1 8 Given the diminishment in the UK's fortunes caused by what happened after ...
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18. The View from the Bridge (Winter 2015) [Lobster #70 (Winter 2015) (free)] [Free Article]
... /publications/Pages/speeches/ 2015/833.aspx> 4 The first issue of this can be seen at <http://www.scribd.com/ doc/63837535/Parapolitics-USA-no-1 > Scott. He's still writing. A piece of his, on the barely reported US-sponsored coup in Honduras, appeared recently on the Consortium site.5 Bill Blum has been at it nearly as long and recently he announced in his e-mail bulletin, Anti-Empire Report,6 that he was suspending publication because he was 'burnt out'. He explained: 'After more than a dozen years of putting out the report ...
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19. Inside Lee Harvey Oswald's address book (Winter 2015) [Lobster #70 (Winter 2015) (free)] [Free Article]
... The entire address book (in colour yet, Oswald used different coloured inks) is available here on a site put up by A. J. (Allan) Weberman: <http://www.theoswaldcode.com/>. Weberman's name probably rings a bell. He was the co- author of the JFK assassination book Coup d'état in America back in 1975 that, if I'm not mistaken, was the first use of the term coup d'état in connection with the assassination and re- framed a lot of thinking about the event.3 He may also be recalled as the originator of 'garbology', principally rooting through Bob Dylan's dustbins, and compiling a 500 ...
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20. Thatcher's Secret War (Book review) (Winter 2015) [Lobster #70 (Winter 2015) (free)] [Free Article]
... instead of John Francis Green. Into the section on the so-called private armies of the mid-1970s and the author's wholly inadequate documentation really begins to irritate. He tells us that David Stirling's GB75 was 'a strike-breaking force that included all sorts of disgruntled intelligence operatives, former soldiers and arms dealers who were preparing for a coup against what they considered a communist government led by a communist agent – the Prime Minister himself. ' (p . 47) But to my knowledge the personnel of GB75 were never revealed and Bloom offers no source on this. And was it intended to break strikes or run a coup? He tells us that GB75 'maintained contacts with ...
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