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... the event. Do we believe her? My initial reaction is that I don't, but only because it is just too neat and tidy that the same people would bump off Kennedy and then turn up in the Watergate 'plumbers'. Even if we believe her account of what Sturgis told her, Sturgis's claim might be a lie -- disinformation, perhaps for the Agency; water muddying. Many other false trails have turned up over the years. Either way, along with most of the serious Kennedy researchers, I do not buy her story, and didn't buy it when it first surfaced in 1977. (See, for example, Sunday Times 6 November 1977.) ...
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62. Curious Liaisons: Alien Liaison (Book review) [Lobster #23 (Jun 1992)]
... circles. Mufon UFO Journal (about which I know nothing) claimed the following in issue 284, December 1991. Ministry of Defence personnel produced some faked circles in July 1990. In September 1990 a meeting on the circles was held between reps from Ministry of Defence, Ministry of Agriculture and Ministry of the Environment at which the use of disinformation was discussed. (Information allegedly from a participant at the meeting.) It also reported the following: In September '91 the newspaper Today carried the 'confession' of Doug Bowers and David Chorley that they had been making the patterns in fields in Britain which had caused so much interest and speculation. The story in Today was by- ...
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... -page list of strikes, many of them in the car industry, between June and September 1971. This list, says Hutton, 'shows the astonishing parallel between the Kremlin's orders and what happened inside the United Kingdom'. J. Bernard Hutton was a very minor Czech defector who made a living.recycling the coarser products of the disinformation wizzards at IRD. This 1972 book of his, for example, includes (p . 106) the all-time naff forgery 'the text of a Special Division for Subversion directive, sent in code in April 1968 from Moscow to undercover master-subverters in West Germany'. This begins: HIGHLY CONFIDENTIAL! MEMORISE! THEN BURN ...
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... as when he suggests that a 1975 hint about Negri's forthcoming role in a secret state plot was a 'revelation one can only assume Pecorelli felt justified in making because of the limited circulation of his magazine and the coded language in which it was couched' (p . 187). But how about the obvious: Pecorelli being paid to circulate disinformation, entangling in advance an enemy of the system with the very nefarious goings-on Pecorelli himself was so privy to? The persecution of Negri and the whole 'area of autonomy' was very congenial for the PCI too, as it absolved them from any responsibility for those they had taken a hand in marginalising and/or excluding from ...
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65. Stalker, Conspiracy? [Lobster #23 (Jun 1992)]
... particular person because, somehow, he could weave a web of information to include what you wanted to know or what he thought you wanted to know and, consequently, you had to be very, very careful of anything he told you. ' Although there is no direct evidence that the government wanted Stalker removed, the fact that Whitehall disinformers later told Fleet Street contacts that the Deputy Chief Constable 'had been steeped in naughtiness of the sort which would have turned the average Borgia's hair white', suggests that they did. All that was required to set the hare running was a telephone call from Northern Ireland's RUC Special Branch to, say, Topping's office.(14) ...
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... individual careers are of rather more mixed reliability, and when it comes to actual interpretation of the significance of events on the far right, Searchlight is often very questionable indeed. This is not just due to bizarre fantasies, and guesswork and/or wish-fulfilment masquerading as fact, there is also what appears to be the passing of disinformation on behalf of MI5 and possibly others. Where possible, I have not relied on Searchlight's analysis. That said, it always makes for amusing (and often informative) reading. Spearhead 72, January 1974, p. 2, editorial. Spearhead 79, September/October 1974, p.2 , editorial. Britain First, ...
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... politics. Also, Larry O'Hara left out another breakaway group, Anthony Read-Herbert's British Democratic Party, founded around Christmas 1979 and which collapsed after a World in Action expose in July 1981. And the magazine Forewarned was never published in Birmingham but from a box number in south London; its editor lives in Greenwich. Cold war, disinformation war In the 1980s the Second Cold War was fought partly by disinformation. The U.S . ran the 'KGB terror network' story, through Clare Sterling, with help from the Israelis, messers Crozier and Moss and others, and then the KGB-shot-the-Pope story. Against that the Soviet Union ran the ...
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68. The aliens on the grassy knoll [Lobster #24 (Dec 1992)]
... the activities of the U.S . military and intelligence agencies in the field (and their Soviet equivalents, no doubt), so some of the UFO literature of recent years has begun to resemble the literature of parapolitics. Increasingly the story is of the activities of putative agents of state, the intelligence and security agencies, and alleged disinformation and smear campaigns. (On this see Jacques Vallee's Revelations: Alien Contact and Human Deception, London, Souvenir Press, 1992.) A recent re-examination of the notorious Rosewell incident in which an alien craft is reported to have crashed in the desert in the USA, concluded with a chapter on how to use the U ...
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... and representative of the National Interest, or of the consensus -- or of sponsors of Political Action Committees. In reference to the Third World, a Leader. Another Hitler: Last year's 'moderate', now threatening our interests. Public diplomacy: The Reagan era name given to a large-scale government propaganda operation, which included massive disinformation and intimidation of the media, designed to manage public opinion. A part of this program was called Operation Truth. Privatisation: Disposing of public sector assets at low prices and high sales commissions to powerful groups and individuals who generously supported the ruling party's last election campaign. It provides short-run cash windfalls to the government while weakening ...
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70. The Big C: Further notes on 'conspiracy' [Lobster #24 (Dec 1992)]
... StB operation on behalf of the KGB. ' Even if this is true -- and there is no particular reason to believe it; and Crozier offers none -- the point Crozier thinks he is making fails. For the information Ramparts published about CCF was true, and the origins of true information are of no consequence. It is disinformation whose origins are interesting. That conspiracy mentality In his essay Pipes has a stab at pinning down what distinguishes 'the conspiracy mentality' from 'more conventional patterns of thought'. He thinks the 'conspiracy mentality' is characterised by the following beliefs: 'appearances deceive; conspiracies drive history; nothing is haphazard; the enemy always gains; power, ...
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