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151. Was there a 'communist threat'? [Lobster Special Issue: The Clandestine Caucus (199]
... we know that the Soviet Union began sending money to the British Party after the Hungarian revolt was put down - apparently to compensate the British Party for the loss of its membership (and hence membership fees) incurred by the Party's refusal to condemn the Soviet invasion. Senior CPGB person, Reuben Falber, would meet the man from the Soviet Embassy and take delivery of the bags of used notes. These would be stored in the loft of Falber's house and then laundered through the Party's accounts as 'anonymous donations' and the like. It was as amateurish as that. The Moscow money seems to have been used chiefly to fund the Party's full-time staff. In the 1960s ...
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... adjuncts of the Soviet state; and besides attempting to dominate the WFTU, the Soviets opposed the Marshall Plan, which most of the trade union leaders in Western Europe and the United States supported. With considerable assistance from various American government agencies, including financial help, backed up by numbers of US trade unionists working as labour attach├ęs in American embassies in Europe, the British TUC, the French FO, the Swedish LO, the American CIO (but not the AFL), and a number of other Western trade union organizations, broke away from the WFTU and, in December 1949, formed the International Confederation of Free Trade Unions (ICFTU). The ICFTU received considerable financial ...
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153. Common Cause and IRIS [Lobster Special Issue: The Clandestine Caucus (199]
... no Special Branch, no George Smiley could have compiled more comprehensive dossiers. Not just press-cuttings, photographs and document references but also notes by watchers and eavesdroppers, and all sorts of tittle-tattle. I'm convinced that there was input into them from government sources and from at least a couple of Labour Attach├ęs at the United States embassy who were close to some of our trade union leaders, notably Sam Watson. '( 105) Common Cause splits - IRIS is formed The pretty unstable-looking mixture of admirals, generals and trade union leaders that was Common Cause, disintegrated in 1956. C.A .Smith resigned along with Advisory Council members Fothergill, Edwards ...
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154. JFK, the FBI and the Cambridge phone call [Lobster #30 (Dec 1995)]
... CALLS OF STRANGELY COINCIDENTAL NATURE PERSONS RECEIVED IN THIS COUNTRY OVER PAST YEAR, PARTICULARLY IN CONNECTION WITH DR WARD CASE. [MI5?] REPORTED THAT AT 1805GMT 22 NOV AN ANONYMOUS CALL WAS MADE IN CAMBRIDGE, ENGLAND TO THE SENIOR REPORTER OF THE CAMBRIDGE NEWS RPT CAMBRIDGE NEWS. THE CALLER SAID ONLY THAT THE REPORTER SHOULD CALL THE AMERICAN EMBASSY IN LONDON FOR SOME BIG NEWS AND THEN RANG OFF. LAST NIGHT AFTER WORD OF THE PRESIDENT'S DEATH WAS RECEIVED THE REPORTER INFORMED THE CAMBRIDGE POLICE OF THE ABOVE CALL AND THE POLICE INFORMED [Special Branch or MI5]. IMPORTANT THING IS THAT CALL WAS MADE ACCORDING TO [British] CALCULATIONS ABOUT TWENTY FIVE MINUTES BEFORE PRESIDENT WAS SHOT ...
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... Tehran concurred, noting that 'if only the Shah can be induced to take a strong line there is a good chance that Musaddiq may be got rid of'. 'Any new government that is worth its salt' would then 'have to take drastic action against individual extremists'.(34) A fortnight later, in September 1951, the embassy was noting its preference 'for a change of government to be engineered'.(35) An adviser at the British embassy, Colonel Wheeler, explained on 29 September that 'combined Anglo-American action could, of course, have removed [Musaddiq] at any time during the past six months... Given a united Anglo- ...
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156. The Myth of the SAS [Lobster #30 (Dec 1995)]
... (c ) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 30) December 1995 Last | Contents | Next Issue 30 The Myth of the SAS John Newsinger Since the storming of the Iranian Embassy in London on 5 May 1980, the Special Air Service (SAS) has become a cultural phenomenon as much as a military one; has become, in the words of its former Director, Peter de la Billiere, 'a living embodiment of the individualism of the British'. Their heroic exploits have been relentlessly celebrated over the last fifteen years in a still growing body of popular literature: fiction, memoir, history, journalism and survival handbook. These works constitute ...
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157. Neural Manipulation by Remote Radar [Lobster #30 (Dec 1995)]
... ) December 1995 Last | Contents | Next Issue 30 Neural Manipulation by Remote Radar Armen Victorian This essay has been written using recently declassified records on Project Pandora released on 19 December 1994 to the author after a Freedom of Information Act appeal filed three years ago. The aim of Project Pandora was to study the microwave frequencies targeted on the US Embassy in Moscow by the Soviets during the 1960s and 70s. All the sources quoted in this paper were included in the Project Pandora papers released to me. Abstract:In 1961 Allan H. Frey provided evidence that the perception of sound can be induced in normal and deaf humans by irradiation of the head with low-power density, ...
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... the meaning of Russian documents concerning Ransome's work as a war correspondent in 1919. The diplomat, the historian....One of them is Hilary King, a yachtsman and retired diplomat, who was flown into Nazi-occupied Yugolsavia on a mission to reach Tito's partisan headquarters in 1943, and was once commercial counsellor at the British embassy in Moscow. The other is Greg Palmer, a Russian-speaking historian who owns Ransome's old sailing cruiser Peter Duck and took her into Estonian and Russian waters just after the collapse of the Soviet Union. Greg Palmer said, 'The words Andrew quotes are taken so much out of context as to totally change their meaning. There ...
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159. The Pentagon's Psychic Research [Lobster #30 (Dec 1995)]
... logical step [to experiments proposed five years earlier - author], namely to reinforce, enhance, or aid NBIT in certain trained or gifted individuals after having discovered the basic communications carriers'. The DIA's follow up reports reinforced this, warning that; 'Soviets or Czech perfection of psychotronic weapons would pose a severe threat to enemy military, embassy or security functions. The emitted energy would be silent and difficult to detect electronically. The Soviets claim to have developed effective biological energy sensors and the only power source required would be the human operator. '( 32) RV work continued. Pat Price was asked on several occasions to provide his services to the Office of Naval Intelligence ...
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160. Kennedy Miscellany [Lobster #29 (Jun 1995)]
... ', with whom the 1964 FBI in London was 'maintain[ing] good relations'? The second concerns the late John Sparrow, Warden of All Souls College at Oxford for many years, on whom there is a substantial appendix. Sparrow, one of the earliest UK defenders of the Warren Commission, was in touch with the US Embassy at this time, talked with 'Embassy officials' about this subject; and heeded their advice and agreed not to debate the Warren Commission conclusions with Mark Lane on TV. Frewin notes that Sparrow later had a book defending Warren published by a US company called Chilmark Press, an imprint which thus far has resisted investigation. Mr Sparrow has ...
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