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... Issue 23 North American Spies: New Revisionist Essays eds. Rhodri Jeffreys-Jones and Andrew Lownie Edinburgh University Press, 1992. This worthy, but expensive, anthology of ten essays ranges widely from the obscure 'secret operations of Spanish consular officials within Canada during the Spanish-American war' to the useful account of the 'birth of the Defense Intelligence Agency'. In between are a number of good essays on American intelligence which are well-serviced with notes and bibliography. It is hardly revisionist, though in an academic environment they obviously would appear to be. By far the most interesting selection is Andrew Lownie's 'Tyler Kent: isolationist or spy? '. I do not agree ...
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222. Splinter Factor update [Lobster #23 (Jun 1992)]
... York Times at the time, and from the evidence of this and other volumes of Sulzberger's diaries -- among the most interesting memoirs of the post-war era -- it is clear that Sulzberger shared the paper's intimate relations with the CIA.20 .Hayden B. Peake sent me a photocopy of the review of Splinter Factor from Intelligence and Espionage; an Analytical Bibliography by George Constantinides (Westview Press, Boulder, Colorado). This includes 'The story is quite unreliable.... one of the worst books to appear in years in the field of intelligence; no time need be spent on it. ' Granted Stevens' book isn't reliable because not sourced, ...
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223. Stalker, Conspiracy? [Lobster #23 (Jun 1992)]
... . In October 1984 it was originally denied to Stalker that the hay shed had been bugged, but army officers confirmed that a bug had been planted by MI5 and its product recorded by a police and Army technical team. 'The tape was to become the rope in a bitter tug-of-war between those who believe that methods of intelligence-gathering should be protected at all costs and those who regard the tape as possible evidence of murder committed by police, and therefore belonged in a wider arena. ' (16) Head of RUC Special Branch, Trevor Forbes, told Stalker, 'You will never be able to hear it'. Hermon said that he could not ...
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... 'which circulates to executives of the Soviet secret police and secret service'. In this 'it has been predicted that by June 1962, the number of fully-trained men and women who will be sent to work as Resident Operators and Control Agents in foreign countries will amount to about 230. ' Considerate of them to tell the counter-intelligence services of the NATO alliance, is it not? A decade later we find the same theme in J. Bernard Hutton's 1972 The Subverters of Liberty (p . 227): 'In mid-May 1971 Moscow's Special Division for Subversion (sic) sent the following directive to its master subverters (sic) in the United Kingdom: ...
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225. The CIA and the Marshall Planks (Book review) [Lobster #23 (Jun 1992)]
... about the early years of the CIA which would be music to the ears of people like Richard Bissel. On p. 332, for example, he talks of the CIA in its 'great, early days .. .. . manned by the flower of American youth.... something almost entirely new in history, a secret intelligence service that was dedicated to doing good in the world by stealth. ' Ah, the self-confidence (and self-delusion) in 'doing good in the world by stealth'. RR Last | Contents | Next ...
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... of the Commission and its staff was an excellent safeguard against over-commitment to any one theory, or against the illicit transformation of probabilities into certainties. Oswald would not have been any sensible person's choice for a co-conspirator. He was a 'loner', mixed-up, of questionable reliability and an unknown quantity to any professional intelligence service. As to charges that the Commission's report was a rush job, it emerged three months after the deadline originally set. But to the degree that the Commission tried to speed-up its reporting, this was largely due to the pressure of irresponsible speculation already appearing, in some cases coming from the same critics who, refusing ...
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227. Big Boys Rules & The Red Hand (Book reviews) [Lobster #24 (Dec 1992)]
... , 14.99 The Red Hand: Protestant Paramilitaries in Northern Ireland Steve Bruce Oxford University Press, Oxford, 1992: 7.99 In recent months there has been the remarkable sight of the weight of the British state descending upon Channel 4 TV and the production company Box in retaliation for the Box/Channel 4 programme alleging military and intelligence collaboration between the British state and the Protestant paramilitaries in Northern Ireland. (See The Independent 29 July 1992 for an account, including reports of break-ins and threats.) Denial of this collaboration is now the last redoubt still being defended by the British state. Almost anything else will be admitted but not that. But since ...
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228. The Big C: Further notes on 'conspiracy' [Lobster #24 (Dec 1992)]
... of which the author offers a (presumably classical Marxist) explanation of the growth of interest on the British Left in things spooky and conspiratorial. He suggests 'the timing of this is not fortuitous: .. .. the Conservative Victories in 1979 and 1983, the defeat of the miners in 1985 (in which the security services played an intelligence gathering role)..... [and] the collapse of cherished beliefs..... led inescapably to the conclusion that there was a right-wing conspiracy which had hoodwinked the entire nation.... ' There has been an increase of interest in the state in general and the secret state in particular ...
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229. The aliens on the grassy knoll [Lobster #24 (Dec 1992)]
... my guess is that the basic legal caution of publishers has ensured that it is mostly true or true-ish. In any case little of what is alleged in it seems as surprising as it did in 1976. Just as the 'mind control' story is part of parapolitics because of the activities of the U.S . military and intelligence agencies in the field (and their Soviet equivalents, no doubt), so some of the UFO literature of recent years has begun to resemble the literature of parapolitics. Increasingly the story is of the activities of putative agents of state, the intelligence and security agencies, and alleged disinformation and smear campaigns. (On this see Jacques ...
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... 6 ) It is now clear however that Garrison was correct about Shaw's biography after all. DiEugenio produces more than enough evidence to confirm first, that Shaw did indeed use the alias Bertrand, second, that he knew Oswald, and third, that he was a significant CIA asset. (7 ) Clay Shaw, CMC and Permindex Shaw's intelligence connections appear to go back to World War Two. In any event a CIA document declassified in 1977 confirmed that Shaw had worked with the Agency from at the latest 1949, using his globe-trotting commercial role as head of International Trade Mart in New Orleans as cover. Working at the interface between commerce and intelligence, Shaw was ...
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