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... suggested, had concerns. Interviewed some years after he axed After Dark for uncertain reasons,(7 ) Grade said: 'It (After Dark) was an interesting idea and well worth pursuing. I thought it was very badly produced, editorially. The subjects that Sebastian (8 ) picked were so bloody irrelevant. He was obsessed with espionage, so there was an espionage story every other week. ' (9 ) Michael Grade, for whom I retain a certain affection and who, as the highly-paid chief executive of ITV, is now living out the saying 'Beware what you wish for', is not quite accurate in his recollection. After Dark was built ...
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42. The History of Espionage, reviewed [Lobster #54 (Winter 2007/8)]
... (c ) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 54) Winter 2007/8 Last | Contents | Next Issue 54 The History of Espionage The clandestine world of surveillance, spying and intelligence from ancient times to the post 9/11 world Ernest Volkman London: Carlton, 2007, h/b , £20 This is a lavishly and creatively illustrated, large format, (i .e . slightly bigger than A4) glossy paper, coffee-table book on the history of espionage. A former journalist with Newsday, and author of many previous books on spying, Volkman knows the subject and his text is well written. Since the author ...
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... they're decently written, shortish (230 pp.) accounts of big subjects. And this is no easy trick. Who Really Runs The World is marginally the better, I think, mainly because its subject matter, its target, is more stationary (though it could just be that I've never been terribly interested in the techie end, espionage/surveillance). After briskly explaining then rebutting the loony fringe – Masons, Illuminati etc. – Who Really Runs the World moves onto the Round Table and thence into the CFR, Trilateralists and Bilderberg. The authors' positions are very similar to mine: CFR, Trilaterals and Bilderberg are important but they are not the executive committee ...
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44. Terror Within, reviewed [Lobster #54 (Winter 2007/8)]
... the end of the 20th century in a sketchy and unsatisfactory fashion.) There is some detailed information on the various plots hatched to bring down the government especially in the early 19th century – plots which now seem more fantasies than fully realisable attempts to overthrow the existing regime and institute some form of republic. Students of the arcane arts of espionage, agents provocateurs and of secret policing will find much of interest in the book. However, somewhere in that dark and unknowable place between the original pitch for it, the author's research and the publisher's choice of title, something seems to have gone wrong with this book. That is not to say that it is badly written or ...
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45. Lobster Issue 54: Contents [Lobster #54 (Winter 2007/8)]
... Glass, The Northern Front David Talbot, Brothers: The hidden history of the Kennedy years Tennent H. Begley, Spy Wars Thom Burnett and Alex Games, Who Really Runs the World? Mick Farren and John Gibb, Who's Watching You? Tim Weiner, Legacy of Ashes : The History of the CIA Ernest Volkman, The History of Espionage Larry Elliot and Dan Atkinson, Fantasy Island Daniel Estulin, The True Story of the Bilderberg Group Dan Hind, The Threat to Reason Ian Henshall, 9/11: The new evidence Robert Parry, Sam Parry and Nat Parry, Neck Deep: The Disastrous Presidency of George W. Bush. Saul Landau, A Bush and Botox ...
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... November 1948. Soon after, he escaped to South America. With a grim inevitability, Rauff ended up working for the Pinochet regime (Margaret Thatcher's favourite dictatorship), 'allegedly involved in the torture and deaths of many Chileans'. He died of a heart attack in May 1984. Goda's contribution on Croatia, 'The Ustas: Murder and Espionage', is also extremely interesting. Apparently, the Americans believed that the escape to Argentina of the Ustasa leader, Ante Pavelic, one of the worst Axis war criminals, was 'facilitated not only by the Vatican, but also by British intelligence'. Over a hundred senior Ustasa members escaped to Argentina courtesy of the Vatican in the ...
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47. Brands and Britannia [Lobster #54 (Winter 2007/8)]
... becomes less significant; hitherto, it has accurately reflected every floundering policy lurch as it unravelled from the macho ( 'winning'), to 'changing', and finally, in desperation, to 'reaching' them. The authenticity juggernaut is causing huge problems in the most unlikely places, including British spooks. Reasons include: dilution of the espionage profile – even the McLaren Formula One team appear to be at it;(5 ) believing media-friendly populism to be the same as authenticity; and losing control of the populism so it is mistaken for it, including in some testosterone-driven security studies courses in universities. The overriding blockage, however, is that 'authenticity ...
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48. Coach into pumpkin: some problems with Paget [Lobster #54 (Winter 2007/8)]
... ' MI5 was not called upon by Paget to explain how its agents came to be persecuting the Princess of Wales and neither Clarke nor Bingham was asked to explain how they had come to get it so wrong, or offer explanations for their false statements to Parliament and public. To this extent, by not sufficiently documenting a proven case of espionage against the late Princess, when its remit specifically included claims of surveillance mounted by the intelligence agencies against the late Princess, Operation Paget may be regarded as perpetrating a cover-up of a cover-up. Into the tunnel Paget provides evidence that can only be held as supportive of the presence in the tunnel of a 'small dark ...
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49. Philanthropic imperialism [Lobster #53 (Summer 2007)]
... justify clampdowns and to deflect international criticism. (15) The author of that paragraph, Barry Lowenkron, also claims: 'When states find that their efforts to pass or apply restrictive laws and regulations against NGOs are not enough, they resort to extralegal forms of intimidation or persecution. Often these regimes justify their actions by accusations of treason, espionage, subversion, foreign interference or terrorism. These are rationalizations; the real motivation is political. This is not about defending their citizens from harm, this is about protecting positions of power. ' But a litany of expressions of amazement at, for instance, Hugo Chavez's prosecutions against NED attempts at subversion in Venezuela cannot hide the fact ...
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50. Lobbying [Lobster #53 (Summer 2007)]
... also be of use for lobbying purposes. It is the opposite of a 'leak'; i.e . it's private. See 'Media Monkey', The Guardian 30 April 2007, about opposition parties being alerted to an upcoming scoop. Particularly worrying is the increasing trend to target children; e.g . and however exciting, an espionage exhibition at a national London museum. The tactic is straight out of the marketing manuals. See 'Ex-BBC and Blair aides hired', The Independent 1 July 2006. The media played into its hands by publicising the incident, providing thousands of pounds of free advertising. The company did, however, make a valid point: ...
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