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... escaped apparently unscathed. ' I would add: it also contains a detailed chronology of the events and a cast of characters which themselves are almost worth the cover price, and is simply and clearly written. At this distance from the events two things in particular struck me. One is the account of the campaign of leaks, smears and disinformation organised against Scott himself by Whitehall. Some day somebody might go back and re-examine all those stories in detail: a better documented Whitehall disinformation campaign does not exist. The second is the section on pp. 16/17 where the authors briefly comment on the enormous subsidies paid to companies selling British arms overseas when arms have ...
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112. Remote Viewers & Psychic Warrior (Book reviews) [Lobster #33 (Summer 1997)]
... UFO/paranormal fields: some suspect him of being a CIA asset. On this I am an agnostic. But whatever Schnabel's role, he has written a very good book. (An opinion Victorian shares, incidentally.) If this book (along with his Channel 4 TV programme on the same subject) is part of some CIA disinformation operation in tandem with the official disclosure (and official rubbishing) of the Remote Viewing program, it's too clever for me. After interviewing most of the people concerned, Schnabel has written a straightforward history of the program from its origins in the early 1970s at SRI, through its travels as various military and intelligence outfits were found willing ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 15  -  01 Jun 1997  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue33/lob33-18.htm
113. The View from the Bridge [Lobster #33 (Summer 1997)]
... 23 December 1996 reported that Britain was expanding its 'psychological warfare operations department' when it moved from Ashford to Chicksands, 'after years of neglect'. The report included this: 'Part of the reason for Britain's reluctance to concentrate resources on psyops has been the publicity surrounding former Army information officer in Northern Ireland, Colin Wallace and allegations of a disinformation campaign. ' But I thought the MOD line was that Wallace was making it all up? Tara lives?Still in Wallace country, Roy Garland, former member of William 'the Beast of Kincora' McGrath's organisation Tara, is writing in the nationalist Northern Ireland paper, the Irish News. In his column on 6 January 1997 Garland ...
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... future they need to study their history and technology better. A remedial high school English class wouldn't hurt either. ' In fact Richard Weaver knows the identities of the alleged forgers. He wrote to me asking me to disclose their names - with the promise of bringing criminal charges where appropriate. When I raised the issue of the forgers' disinformation activities in New Mexico in the 1980s, and asked whether, in such circumstances, investigations would be proper or unbiased, he promptly back-tracked, adding 'that casts a totally different light on the matter'. Although Weaver's ultimate Roswell Report mentioned that the Air Technical Intelligence Center (ATIC), which had been the main recipient ...
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115. Notes on contamination [Lobster #33 (Summer 1997)]
... of the various fascist groups. A relatively small amount of it relies on first-hand testimony, and where it does that testimony is often supported - or not - by documentation. The material published in Lobster by O'Hara on the British far right is methodologically very sound - in sharp contrast to Searchlight's mixture of unsourced allegations, rumour and disinformation.(3 ) But I am labouring this: Atkinson's charge of 'inaccuracy' is just predictable guff. His real complaint against O'Hara is that by doing his own research and actually going to the far right for their version of events, he is independent of Searchlight and thus a threat to their control of the anti-fascist agenda ...
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... its early meetings, among whom was..... David Moller. Now join up the dots. Hanky-panky in the British UFO world The former Searchlight agent provocateur, Tim Hepple, is now cruising the British UFO world under the guise of 'Tim Matthews' of the 'Lancashire UFO Society'. A major attempt to spread disinformation through the British UFO magazines is underway. Kevin McClure wrote about this in the second editon of his new newsletter Abduction Watch. Although the content of the stories varies from claims of secret British operations to cover-up the murder and mutilation of British citizens by aliens, to more mundane tales of secret bases and secret military units, ...
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117. Back to the future: the 1970s reconsidered [Lobster #34 (Winter 1998)]
... diplomats, some of whom were intelligence officers under cover, and had not reported the contacts to his departmental MI5 officer.(57) But while Benn was the chief focus of the paranoid right's conspiracy fantasies, the Labour Cabinet was regarded with suspicion and many of its members, notably Wilson himself, were subjected to surveillance, burglaries and disinformation in this period. The anti-communist hysteria encompassed the formation of private militias - the so-called private armies - by former intelligence and military personnel, media speculation on the right circumstances for Army intervention in Britain, and a wide range of psy-ops, black bag jobs and disinformation projects running beyond the referendum on Britain's ...
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118. Lobster Issue 34: Contents [Lobster #34 (Winter 1998)]
... that since Lobster had no money, if the information contained therein was of interest, I'd be glad to receive a cheque for the cover price. I received three cheques: take a bow Bruce Kent, Tony Benn and Alan Plater. Same old same old With material running from the IMF 1976 incident through to (a snippet on) disinformation in the British UFO world, here's another pretty normal issue of Lobster. If there are those who don't find the economic politics of the 1970s of interest, I can only say now would be a good time to start paying attention. The nauseating nonsense now being perpetrated in the name of the Labour Party stands upon a completely false ...
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119. Are spies useless? (Book review) [Lobster #34 (Winter 1998)]
... book was published in the Sunday Times 24 August 1997. The episode also involved Prime Minister Harold Wilson acting as go-between - another example of Wislon trying to be a 'good boy' where the spooks were concerned. MI5 had it in for Mountbatten and I suspect it was they who relaunched the defunct International Times circa 1981 to run disinformation through it, including the Mountbatten-is-gay story. I have to write 'circa' because there is no date on these suspect editions. William Blum's The CIA: a forgotten history, Zed Books, 1986, illustrates this was well as any single volume can. There has been a U.S . rewrite/update ...
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... nasty group called "Combat 18" set up by a group of football hooligans and organised with the help of an notorious American nazi called Harold Covington. ' As students of Larry O'Hara will know, this is not quite the whole story. Later in the piece Mr Matthews wrote this: 'Lobster has suggested there is a government conspiracy to disinform the UFO community about abductions (see issue 34 ) partly involving an anonymous "taxi driver" who phoned Mr Victorian recently .. .. .. Any such conspiracy, were it to exist, could not possibly involve me (I don't have a driving license for a start!).... ' Mr Matthews is ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 13  -  01 Jun 1998  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue35/lob35-06.htm
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