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... satisfied customers, without anyone in authority realising how big the business had become. The BEL scatters Following a series of raids on the BEL in America, by early 1973 the authorities estimated that some 20 members were in hiding or in exile - including Stark. Timothy Leary ended up in Afghanistan, after fleeing the US, but the US Embassy evidently knew he was coming and got the Afghan authorities to deport him back to the USA. Ron Stark visited Afghanistan at least once with a plan to set up BEL facilities for making hallucinogenic THC derivative from Afghan hash oil. Thanks to Kemp's efforts, Stark had worked out the first eight of the fourteen stages of the THC synthesis ...
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... Ministers at the Foreign Office of the then Labour government. She had already been an unsuccessful candidate for MP. A KGB officer in London tried to recruit her using the one of the standard KGB tactics of the period: send a good-looking man romancing among the political lower orders. The KGB man, under cover at the Soviet embassy, bought her lunch, then he bought her lunch again and asked her to get some documents for him, Labour Party policy documents, the kind that would have been sent to the Soviet Embassy on request. Betty Boothroyd told her boss; her boss called in MI5. But the MI5 officer misread her, and tried to recruit ...
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143. The view from the bridge [Lobster #32 (Dec 1996)]
... Contents | Next Issue 32 The view from the bridge Who's kidding whom?The September issue of Fortean Times carrried a five page article by Robert Irving, 'The Henry X File', about Armen Victorian. It was a very strange article, part profile, part smear job. Armen was 'twice reportedly seen in the back of a Soviet embassy limousine in Ottowa... rumours associated [him] with the deadly trade in Red Mercury... ', and so forth. It was a great mish-mash of facts, factoids and rumours - it even contained a fictitious quote from the Sun.attributed to his wife - almost none of which was put to ...
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144. Hugh Gaitskell (Book review) [Lobster #32 (Dec 1996)]
... in Notting Hill was a copy of Philip Williams' biography of Hugh Gaitskell. It was clear to the young union bureaucrat that his response to the book would have some bearing on his travel plans. For seven years of Gaitskell's postwar prominence in the Labour Party, Godson busied himself deeply in British Labour movement from his office at the American embassy. When the Gaitskellite Williams edited the former leader's diaries, Godson figured sufficiently prominently to earn a pen portrait. And, in a footnote on Gaitskell's efforts to expel Aneurin Bevan from the party in 1955, Williams records Gaitskell's apparent concern that Godson was becoming too deeply involved in the party's internal affairs. This unsourced observation has intrigued many ...
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... - our spooks learned that the KGB and GRU (Soviet military intelligence) were generally useless, their personnel chiefly concerned with enjoying themselves overseas, keeping their heads down and ripping-off what they could. Not for them the enthusiastic pursuit of intelligence coups - as would-be ideologically defector Michael Bettanay discovered when his overtures to the Soviet embassy in London were spurned by the cautious comrade Guk. 'It was not in the institutional interests of British intelligence to tell ministers or officials what they knew about the inefficiency of the KGB and GRU', remarks Urban. And vice versa, presumably. But MI5 helped smash the miners and MI6 ran Gordievsky who helped explain Gorbachev, and ...
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... Play for Cuba Committee by linking Oswald to the American Communist Party. The second, which may have been part of the assassination plot, involved a simulated meeting between an Oswald impostor and Vladimir Kostikov, an alleged KGB assassination expert.(6 ) It appears that the DFS, through its role in wire-tapping the Soviet and Cuban embassies for the CIA, played an important role in both operations, but especially the second. One of the suppressed facts is that the DFS, in its first versions of the testimony gathered from DurĂ¡n and her friends about Oswald, used the name 'Harvey Lee Oswald. ' Those familiar with the Oswald documentation will be aware that this anomalous ...
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147. U.S. influence after the war [Lobster Special Issue: The Clandestine Caucus (199]
... Labour movement at the end of the war, including Sam Watson and Hugh Gaitskell, exerted an enduring influence on British foreign policy. '( 38) Philip Kaiser commented that Berger 'had extraordinary access to many members of the [Attlee] cabinet, including the prime minister. It was universally recognised that he was the key member of our embassy. '( 39)(emphasis added) There were also 'Labour Information Officers' attached to the Marshall Plan staff in the US Embassy in London. One such, William Gausman, 'in May 1950 began discussions with a section of the leadership of the Clerical and Allied Workers Union on how to eliminate communists from the union.. ...
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148. Post-war: private sector propaganda begins to regroup [Lobster Special Issue: The Clandestine Caucus (199]
... Lord Luke of Pavenham, bought Truth, and proceeded to use it to denigrate the opponents of Chamberlain and appeasement.(62) IRD's genesis Former Labour Minister Christopher Mayhew still thinks he was responsible for the creation of IRD.(63) In fact its origins are a good deal earlier. In March 1946 Frank Roberts in the British Embassy in Moscow began sending telegrams to London warning of Soviet imperialism and aggression.(64) In April the Russia Committee of the Foreign Office was formed. In its second meeting on May 7 1946, the Committee decided to set up a propaganda organisation.(65) It was then just a question of getting the Labour Cabinet to ...
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149. Clearing the ground: the unions, socialism and the state [Lobster Special Issue: The Clandestine Caucus (199]
... , the TUC could be relied upon to guide young trade unions in the empire into becoming 'trades unions which the employers in the colony would feel they could respect and trust and which could be relied upon loyally to keep an agreement. '( 19) In 1948, a member of the US State Department, Third Secretary at the London Embassy, Herbert E. Weiner, reported from London on 'Attitude of Trades Union Congress Towards World Federation of Trade Unions and American International Trade Union Leaders', and wrote: 'When asked how the Trades Union Congress hoped to prevent the Communists from using the technique of bona fide forms of trade union action in order to infiltrate unions in Germany ...
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150. Atlantic Crossings [Lobster Special Issue: The Clandestine Caucus (199]
... Fabian conference at the other major Foreign Office country retreat, Wilton Park....(20)) The same elements are visible in the contributors to the short-lived Fabian International Review, begun in 1953. In its three years its contributors included two academics from St Antony's, Gausmann, the Labour Information Officer at the US embassy in London, Douglas Jay, William Rodgers, and Mary Benson of the Africa Bureau.(21) It is easy at this distance to be indignant about Labour politicians hobnobbing with the CIA. But in 1955, say, when Saul Rose left his job as Labour's International Secretary, the media simply did not discuss the Anglo- ...
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