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... a real political force until the late 1970s when Margaret Thatcher's Tory Party stole much of its anti-immigrant thunder and the group spiralled into rapid decline. Notes 1 George Thayer, The British Political Fringe (London: Anthony Blond, 1965), p. 55. 2. Del Valle became involved in intelligence work while serving under Admiral Freeman in Cuba in the 1930s. In the June 1961 Task Force, the journal of the DAC, del Valle said that in 1933-34, 'I participated in the special service squadron, under Admiral Freeman's command, in the operations concerned with the revolution which brought Batista into power in that troubled country. Orders from Moscow and money from New York we ...
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... story yet: the growth of the power of the US military in post-war America. It is easy to lose sight of quite how startling was Dwight Eisenhower's farewell presidential address. A US president, a former Commander-in-Chief, warns America about the power of the military-industrial complex? On network television? Then Kennedy had to face down the military over Cuba. No wonder Kennedy let John Frankenheimer use the White House to shoot his movie about a military coup, 7 Days in May. Finally: readers of a delicate ideological disposition should note that Pepper is a gloriously unreconstructed American lefty and there are a couple of chapters about Martin Luther King's life and politics which only those on the left ...
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53. Bacardi -- The Hidden War [Lobster #44 (Winter 2002)]
... financial interests, including Mafioso and former dictator Batista's henchmen with right wing US politicians, in particular in Florida, home to many Cuban exiles. Throughout the period following Castro's seizure of power, there has been a bloody war being fought clandestinely and more openly in the form of propaganda pumped from the USA seeking to undermine the government of Cuba. Bacardi have been at the forefront of these attempts, being linked to convicted terrorists and mainstream think tanks and educational foundations- all the while trying to regain 'their' property that was nationalised by the Cuban Government in the post-revolutionary period. One of the more interesting aspects was the focus on Bacardi's attempts to stop Havana Club Rum being ...
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... 2001 Last| Contents| Next Issue 41 Did the CIA sink a ship-load of Leyland buses in the Thames? Andrew Rosthorn Veterans of a notorious Miami-based CIA dirty tricks team have boasted that they were helped by British Intelligence officers to sink an East German ship loaded with British-built Leyland buses. Three years after the CIA-sponsored Bay of Pigs invasion of Cuba, the MV Magdeburg was hit by a Japanese ship in the River Thames. When the Magdeburg rolled over and sank, one of Britain's biggest ever vehicle export orders was irreparably damaged. Most of the 42 Leyland buses fell into the sea. It was a black day for Leyland, the Lancashire firm which was then the world's biggest ...
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55. The View from the Bridge [Lobster #41 (Summer 2001)]
... investigating committee might reveal that the President had authorized jets from the U.S. aircraft carrier Essex to provide one hour of air cover for the brigade's B-26 bombers on the morning of April 19. The unmarked jets failed to rendezvous with the bombers, however, because the CIA and the Pentagon were unaware of a time zone difference between Nicaragua and Cuba. Two B-26s were shot down and four Americans lost (emphasis added). OK bomb In early March there were several reports from the U.S. quoting Timothy McVeigh's then contemporary confession to doing the Oklahoma bombing- and essentially doing it alone. Yet J. Orlin Grabbe described the existence of a secret Pentagon report:'.. ...
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56. Rogue State & Globalize This! (Book reviews) [Lobster #40 (Winter 2000/1)]
... the 'American way' in the Parliamentary Labour Party, in the media (for example the idiotic Jonathan Freedland) and among the junior policy wonks feeding Tony Blair's illusions- will not do so. There is a very telling anecdote at the begining of chapter 9. Blum rings up 'the terrorism desk' at the State Department and asks why Cuba has been included in a list of nations which 'sponsor terrorism'. When told that Cuba 'harbors terrorists' he points out to the flak-catcher on the other end of the phone that the Cuban exiles in Miami, sponsored by the United States, have committed hundreds of terrorist acts. Cue indignant flak-catcher and the end of conversation. It ...
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... almost seamless milieu of machine politics, off-the-wall intelligence operations and organised crime. So what's new, then? The Castro assassination plots, for one, are viewed as actively driven by the Kennedys- Bobby in particular. Notable here is the revelation of Bobby's own CIA liaison- Charles Ford- seconded from the Task Force W (the Agency's Cuba task force) to keep in direct contact with the Mafia (p. 286), in the belief, apparently, that mob intelligence on Cuba was better than the CIA's. It is this that provides for a revisionist account of Bobby's climactic May 7 1962 meeting with CIA General Council Lawrence Houston and Sheffield Edwards. Bobby's famous 'if ...
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58. Drugging America: a Trojan Horse (Book review) [Lobster #38 (Winter 1999)]
... just that I find it hard to believe? I find the Scott-Marshall-McKoy thesis more plausible: that for short-term strategic reasons the CIA as an institution has consistently ended up in bed with drug-runners; and has either ignored the drugs or helped the drug-runners ship their goods. Thus, further down the road, when the local crisis is over (Cuba, Laos, Nicaragua, Afghanistan), the agency has become bound together with the drug-runners. In effect, some of the world's major drug-dealers have become immune to serious prosecution by US authorities. National security (covering the CIA's bureaucratic ass) overrides the DEA, FBI, Department of Justice etc. Inside this overall structure some CIA ...
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... I found him." If Father Divine were to die, mass suicides among Negroes in his movement could certainly result. They would be rooted deep, not alone in Father's relationship with his followers, but also in America's relationship with its Negroe citizens. This would be the shame of America' (emphasis added). Jones goes to Cuba In January 1959, Fidel Castro overthrew the Batista dictatorship, and seized power in Cuba. Land reforms followed within a few months of the coup, alienating foreign investors and the rich. By Summer, therefore, Cuba was in the midst of a low-intensity counter-revolution, with sabotage operations mounted from within and outside the country. Within a ...
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60. JFK: The two Oswalds [Lobster #37 (Summer 1999)]
... at home- unless, as with Letelier, they are of foreigners, by foreigners. So I got the book in question, ignored all the Missile Crisis stuff, and turned immediately to what are supposed to be Soviet intelligence files on the JFK hit. This is what I found. On November 25 1963, the Mexican ambassador to Cuba reported to his embassy's political section that an 'extensive conspiracy' had been behind the assassination. This report likely came from Cuban intelligence. The leader of the Mexican senate quoted President Lopez Mateos as saying that Kennedy had died at the hands of 'extremely right-wing elements that did not like his policies, especially his policy toward Cuba'. KGB ...
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