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241. Beware the proven lawyer! [Lobster #54 (Winter 2007/8)]
... but I resent even having to waste a word on it in this endnote. '( 25) But, nonetheless, he will, which is very gracious of him. He describes Armstrong's book as a 'long tribute to absurdity' with a premise that is 'prodigiously ridiculous. ' Of Armstrong himself, 'What could possibly have launched an otherwise intelligent person like Armstrong into such a deranged and irretrievable orbit? '( 26) And, 'Armstrong's theory is so loony it even completely confuses him. '( 27) In his discussion of Armstrong Bugliosi zeros in on the 1953 case of 'Harvey' in Stanley, North Dakota. Armstrong writes how in that summer William Timmer, aged ...
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242. The limits of accountability [Lobster #53 (Summer 2007)]
... important; and thirdly this is where we are and where we can hopefully influence legislation and events. What avenues are open for civic society and political activists to prise information from the state as to its involvement in what is in effect state terror? I intend to examine what vehicles for democratic accountability exist to rein in the activities of the intelligence agencies and secret police. It is a sorry story. The minute the flag of 'national security' is raised we are supposed to no longer think rationally and to refrain from asking questions. According to Mr Bush 'the war on terror' is a 'long war' and already the Government is promising consolidated anti-terrorist legislation during 2007 ...
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243. At Her Majesty's Secret Service, reviewed [Lobster #53 (Summer 2007)]
... (c ) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 53) Summer 2007 Last | Contents | Next Issue 12 At Her Majesty's Secret Service: The Chiefs of Britain's Intelligence Agency, MI6 Nigel West London: Greenhill Books, 2006, £25, h/b The books of 'West' that I have read all have the same problem: he tells you that some of the material comes from past or present intelligence officers and hints that in those sections you are getting 'the real inside story'. Somewhere along the way, for example, I have acquired the idea that his second and third books, MI5: A Matter of Trust and MI6 ...
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244. Iraq [Lobster #53 (Summer 2007)]
... start thinking about striking Iraq, even though there was no evidence linking Saddam Hussein to the attacks'.(1 )We know that the various neo-con and/or Israeli-supporting think tanks and action groups, notably the PNAC, had been pushing for more military action against Iraq; and the bits of the military-intelligence network in Washington under their control, such as the Defence Policy Board, within a week of 9/11 began planning how to use 9/11 as the pretext to attack Iraq.(2 ) But when precisely was the decision taken? One fixed point we have is the memorandum written by Matthew Rycroft, dated 23 July ...
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245. The view from the bridge [Lobster #53 (Summer 2007)]
... willing to risk the Lobby's animosity by making their feelings public. ' 9/11 To the irritation of some members of the 9/11 'truth movement', I do not think it was 'an inside job'. But this does not mean that there is nothing to be investigated. As with most official reports into events with sensitive intelligence and/ or political dimensions – and 9/11 had both, in spades – the report into 9/11 was concerned with establishing the official narrative (Al Qaeda attacks) while ignoring the anomalous or embarassing material; and there is enough of that to keep us all busy for the rest of our lives, if we so ...
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246. Fifth Column [Lobster #53 (Summer 2007)]
... is more valuable to the 'Project' in his role as Home Secretary than he could ever be as Prime Minister. An internal security regime is being bureaucratically pre-fixed for a new Prime Minister. This means that it is going to be hard to unravel by any Tory successor. It is an approach that caps a wider shift to intelligence-based policing in which the subjects of the intelligence-gathering are ourselves, our dissidents and our underclass in equal measure. Blair and Reid have now centralised counter-terrorism activity by having the Prime Minister (as office rather than person) chair a new committee on terrorism and security. Functions were being shuffled, as I write ...
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247. MI5 and the threat from the left in the 1970s [Lobster #53 (Summer 2007)]
... c ) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 53) Summer 2007 Last | Contents | Next Issue 53 MI5 and the threat from the left in the 1970s In 'MI5 feared militant left could destabilise Britain' Jimmy Burns reported in The Financial Times 29 December 2006 on a contingency paper by MI5, presented to the Joint Intelligence Committee on April 9 1976. That paper included this: `Throughout the seventies there has been a growth in the general public uneasiness about the current aims of government due primarily to the harm done to the moral standing of the western democracies by Watergate and CIA activity the ultra-left (sic) have been quick to capitalise on ...
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248. Philanthropic imperialism [Lobster #53 (Summer 2007)]
... unions, human rights activists, and other advocates for democratic change within repressive societies. ' This mafia can perceive the slightest subtlety of anti-democratic mendacity in far-flung Angola, but is incapable of turning the analysis round: what has US foreign policy persistently done in the past? Who says the CIA and the assortment of other intelligence organisations stopped what they were doing just because the NED was put in front of them as a fig leaf? Might these criticisms also apply to the Land of the Free? Casual observers might feel that the work of Kathleen Harris and Jeb Bush in illegally removing 57,700 voters from the rolls is being discussed below: 'While the ...
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249. RE: [Lobster #53 (Summer 2007)]
... couple of points should be made, however. Stevens high-lighted the fact that a number of new eyewitnesses had been traced and interviewed, but failed to mention that most of the original witnesses had not been interviewed.(9 )He also revealed that his inquiry team had wanted to investigate the possible bugging of Diana's telephones by US intelligence services but were denied access to the records.(10)This was not enough to prevent the media from hailing the report as a triumph of fact over fiction, with Mohamed al Fayed once again being pilloried as an incorrigible fantasist.(11) For the time being the last word should perhaps be left to Lord Stevens: ...
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250. Apartheid's friends, reviewed [Lobster #53 (Summer 2007)]
... in the 1960s and 70s, which was familiar to me having researched this in the 1980s; and it is a very good account, well worth a look for anyone interested in the parapolitics of the period in this country. But after that we are off into largely new areas, as Sanders takes us through the political, military and intelligence history of South Africa, through the fall of the apartheid regime and up to 2005. There are occasional familiar episodes – the South African involvement in Angola, for example; the Rhodesia story; and the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, and the revelations which emerged from that about spying, chemical and biological weapons experiments, and the brutal ...
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