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... of The Pencourt File they virtually got it all: Walter Walker, the US smears, David Stirling, G.K .Young, the Monday Club and the talk of coups. At one point they hit a key link in the chain but didn't see the significance of it. The 'Lt. Col. Frederick Cheeseman', the intelligence agent who set them ticking on the trail of Jeremy Thorpe, turned out to be an area co-ordinator for...Civil Assistance, Sir Walter Walker's organisation. Cheeseman was part of a disinformation exercise to steer Pencourt on to the wrong track. No sooner had they discovered him and gone on BBC television with him than ...
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92. Appendix 2: the Pinay Circle [Lobster #11 (Apr 1986)]
... been little more than a figurehead. Its chief fundraiser and leading light is the former lawyer, Jean Violet. A senior figure in the French equivalent of the CBI, Violet has also been a member of SDECE, the French equivalent of the CIA and MI6. (Faligot, 1985 p 194). According to reports from West German intelligence (in Intelligence/Parapolitics (Paris) December 1984) Violet had links with South African, American, British, Swiss and West German intelligence. The West German BND is said to be one of his sources of finance. With these contacts Violet had put together an informal group of conservative, anti-communist politicians, bankers, ...
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... 1974 a seminar on "revolutionary warfare" was attended by senior police personnel as well as those from the Army and the Navy. (36) The process of Army self-education included the employment of ISC which, in 1974, gave lectures on 'subversion' at a number of military establishments (37); and the employers' intelligence service, The Economic League. The League's report for 1973 noted (p8) "the greater demand for detailed knowledge about subversion received by the League's Director of Information and Research to speak at formal and informal meetings and courses held at Ministry of Defence establishments."(38) ** * Kitson (1971) See also the ...
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... Menual and Robert Moss. FARI was said to have "strong CIA links" by Gerry Gable in a memo leaked to the New Statesman (15 February 1980). (Gable, despite being editor of the anti-fascist magazine Searchlight is, on the basis of that memo, some kind of MI5 agent with extensive links to other intelligence agencies. See also Anarchy Summer 1983 on Gable's history.) FARI was also reported to be receiving money from the US company Lockheed (Counterspy November 1981) Chair of FARI in 1978 was Sir Frederick Bennet MP, member of the Bilderberg group and host in 1977 for the Bilderberg's annual meeting which took place in England that year. ...
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95. Appendix 5: TARA [Lobster #11 (Apr 1986)]
... : "a shadowy loyalist paramilitary group called Tara." Geoffrey Bell (1976): "one of the competing Protestant paramilitary organisations" (p131) (Bell includes another, non-Inf Pol project, the 'Ulster Citizens Army' in his list.) Robert Fisk (New Statesman 19 March 1976) quotes from an Army "intelligence" report on TARA as a demonstration of how good Army intelligence in Northern Ireland was. Merlyn Rees (1985) says TARA was "a loyalist group that particularly concerned me... although very small..it was evil plus." (p48) The reports by Blundy and Curtis describe the attempts to link the Reverend ...
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... ), Belfast 1973 Beichmann, Arnold Hugger Mugger in Old Queen Street in Journal of Contemporary History 1978 Bell, Geoffrey The Protestants of Ulster, London 1976 Benton, Kenneth A Single Monstrous Act, London 1976 Bew, Paul and Patterson, Henry The British State and the Ulster Crisis, London 1985 Bloch, Jonathan and Fitzgerald, Patrick British Intelligence and Covert Action, London 1983 Bunyan, Tony The Political Police in Britain London 1977 Campbell, Duncan The Unsinkable Aircraft Carrier London 1984 Chester, Lewis et al A Secret Life London 1977 Christie, Stuart The Golden Road to Samarkand in Anarchist Review Summer 1982 Cloake, John Templer: Tiger of Malaya London 1985 Cormack, Patrick (editor ...
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... 2 September and 9 September 1983. See also Duncan Campbell, New Statesman 27 February 1981. A useful overview is Smith (1981) Time Out 20-26 June 1975 and the following week; Guardian 16 July 1976; Searchlight Nos. 18 and 21. Private Eye speculated that the documents had been leaked by 'moderates' inside British intelligence, alarmed at the activities of some of the 'wild men'. This view, attractive though it is, has no evidence to support it. Best collection of pieces on psy ops is in Newsline (1981) We talk of 'MI5' throughout this but we should make it clear that we don't know how much of MI5 as ...
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98. Protection for Intelligence Assets [Lobster #12 (Sep 1986)]
... (c ) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 12) September 1986 Last | Contents | Next Issue 12 Transnationalised Repression; Parafascism and the U.S . Protection for Intelligence Assets In 1953-4 , as the Eisenhower Administration faced growing KMT resistance to its proposed disengagement from Korea and Indochina, so also the CIA disengaged somewhat from its disreputable OPC proteges in Thailand as their opium trafficking became notorious. By 1959, Council on Foreign Relations spokesmen, backed by the influential CIA-backed Conlon Report, were even suggesting some kind of normalisation of relations with mainland China. This context of detente makes all the more remarkable the propaganda activities of the ...
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99. CIA, DEA, and Their Assassination Capacity [Lobster #12 (Sep 1986)]
... (c ) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 12) September 1986 Last | Contents | Next Issue 12 Transnationalised Repression; Parafascism and the U.S . CIA, DEA, and Their Assassination Capacity It is true that on June 11, 1973, the Justice Department abolished the Intelligence Evaluation Committee which had co-ordinated the harassment of Camil in Miami, for which the special grand juries had collected political intelligence, and which had, in its first two months of existence alone "compiled computerised dossiers on nearly 14,000 Americans, including selected political officials and moderates". (43) The IEC was secretly terminated on June 11, ...
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100. Tolerated Crime and Tolerated Murder [Lobster #12 (Sep 1986)]
... with a $500 fine. Ten years later Life reported that the plane had been chartered by Mafioso Bayonne Joe Zicarelli, another member and a 'fast' friend of Trujillo whom he had supplied with over $1 million worth of arms. (3 ) More recent revelations indicate that both killings have escaped adjudication because of their proximity to current intelligence-Mafia collaborations. We know now that by January 1943, when Tresca was killed, two U.S . intelligence services, OSS and ONI (Naval Intelligence) were in direct negotiation with Meyer Lansky for the provision of Mafia collaboration with the Allied invasion of Sicily. In exchange for this, Lucky Luciano would be released from ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 77  -  01 Sep 1986  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue12/lob12-02.htm
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