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... Eton/Oxford/Guards clique, who see themselves literally as defenders of the realm - and for them that means the royals. ' (Interview with Richard Tomlinson. Available at: http://www.anaserve.com/~wethepeople/tomlin2.html) One account says that six MI6 agents were stationed in the British Embassy in Paris on the weekend of the crash. At least one officer was detailed to shadow Diana and Dodi after their arrival from Sardinia (Stuart Qualtrough and David Brown, 'The two vital questions... ' - The People 9 November, 1997. Another school of thought believes that Dodi was the intended target and Diana happened to ...
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122. George Orwell and the IRD [Lobster #38 (Winter 1999)]
... and Tosco Fyvel, both friends of Orwell's. The organisation attempted to find a compliant publisher with left-wing credentials to give credibility to its propaganda. Orwell suggested they approach Gollancz, but instead they approached Odhams, urging the need to project 'social democracy as a successful rival to Communism. ' The IRD apparently even distributed Tribune to British Embassies as part of its propaganda campaign against Communism. All this, Lashmar and Oliver remark, 'suited the mood of the times'.(11) It is the necessary context for understanding Orwell's involvement. He believed that he was getting involved with a propaganda outfit committed to championing Labour reformism and anti-Communism. He would not have ...
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... personality cult that put itself forward as a vehicle of 'apostolic socialism'. Though its membership was predominantly black, the group was run by a white matriarchy that was, in turn, under the spell of a Bible-hating, charismatic sadist named Jim Jones Escorted by Richard Dwyer, Deputy Chief of Mission at the U.S . Embassy, Congressman Ryan and a part of his contingent visited the remote commune on the afternoon of November 17, a Friday. Though the visit was unwelcome, and filled with tension, Temple attorneys Charles Garry and Mark Lane arranged for the delegation to be given a tour of the settlement, food and a place to sleep. Accordingly, ...
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... volunteers saw no action. This did not discourage either Ramsay or Stokes from fresh efforts. Ramsay concentrated Right Club activities on espionage, assisted by Anna Wolkoff, Tyler Kent and a small social circle.(9 ) In March 1940 Griffiths tells us that Wolkoff leaked the British/French plans to seize Narvik to William Joyce via the Italian Embassy in London. This is bombshell no. 2.(10) By the end of March Stokes had the support of Lord Beaverbrook and the I.L .P . for his peace plans...... which he continued to push until July and August 1940.(11) It all came to nothing. ...
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125. New Labour Notes [Lobster #37 (Summer 1999)]
... alliance looked in danger; there was a chance that the Conservative Party would lose the next General Election (the Falklands card had not then been played) and something had to be done. And unlike CND which raised its own money as far as I know, young Mr Butler, we are told, got $1000 from the US embassy in London to take a couple of chums across to the States to beat the bushes for private sector funding for his project.(12) Robin Cook at the Foreign Office Shayler Hundreds of column inches about the David Shayler affair between August 2 and August 10 1998 produced rather little of significance other than the fact that Shayler, while ...
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... the immediate post 22 November '63 sections looking for insights. There is only one significant revelation that I can see. At 10 in the morning on the 23rd - i.e . less than 24 hours after the shooting - LBJ and Hoover had this curious exchange. LBJ : Have you established any more about the visit to the Soviet embassy in Mexico in September? (emphasis added). Hoover : No, that's one angle that's very confusing, for this reason - we have up here the tape and the photograph of the man who was at the the Soviet embassy, using Oswald's name. The picture and the tape do not correspond to this man's voice, nor ...
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... . He had frequently repeated his intention to drag America into the War at all costs because he knew it was the only way, to ensure Britain's survivial. But this message was not the only one that passed between Churchill and Roosevelt that day. Sometime later on 26 November, Churchill's private Secretary Anthony Bevoir sent by hand to the American Embassy a second message to be transmitted to Roosevelt, accompanied by a note 'I enclose a telegram from the former naval Person to the President for dispatch as soon as possible. I am so sorry to trouble you at this hour. ' Of all Churchill's voluminous correspondence with Roosevelt during World War 2, this is the one message that cannot ...
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128. The 1953 Coup in Iran: an Iranian insider's view [Lobster #35 (Summer 1998)]
... charge of attacking Musadegh's house was also a factor. The Shah's absence from Teheran had a dramatic effect on these units. The Shah landed in Baghdad The Shah's plan landed in Baghdad to refuel. Mozafar Asslam, the Iranian Ambassador in Baghdad, under Musadegh's orders, refused to meet the Shah at the airport. In fact none of the embassy members dared to visit him. After refuelling, the aircraft flew to Rome. The Shah spent two days at the Excelsior Hotel during which the British and Americans maintained constant contact with him. After learning of the Shah's escape, the Tudeh Party joined in the action, and in the course of demonstrations started removing statues of the Shah ...
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129. Obituaries [Lobster #35 (Summer 1998)]
... contra story months before it broke but just sat on it), and Howard Rosenberg from CBS (who used the database several months later to scoop a story that eventually resulted in a conviction for Oliver North). It took the CIA 13 months longer than Ace Hayes to place an order for this database, and it took the Soviet embassy 8 months longer than the CIA. Who's this Ace guy from Portland? (By 1994 Ace had become a member of the advisory board at Public Information Research, Inc., the publisher of NameBase, the database in question.) My records from 1986 to 1988 tell me that Ace had a Kaypro computer, and a brochure ...
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130. Steady as she goes: Labour and the spooks [Lobster #35 (Summer 1998)]
... edge of the political agenda. The murder of the journalist, Jonathan Moyle, in Santiago, while investigating the Chilean arms dealer Cardoen, lurched briefly back into view with the verdict of the Exmouth coroner that Moyle had been unlawfully killed. The Sunday Times report (1 March 1998) on this managed not to mention the role of British embassy staff in Santiago in spreading smear stories about Moyle's death being the result of autoerotic asphyxiation. Was Moyle was working for British intelligence, as a part of the SIS investigation of the Iraqi arms program, as his father believes? If he was, was he murdered by the Iraqis, as his father also believes? Why would the ...
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