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... Bison, 1985), and T. L. Bosiljevac's book on U.S . Navy commandos, SEALS (New York, Ivy, 1991). These provided several insights, but a volume devoted to SOG alone remained a missing quantity until Charles F. Reske came along. Reske is one of those people who shift easily between intelligence and academe. During the Vietnam years, he served with the Naval Security Group, the U.S . Navy's agency for signals intelligence (SIGINT), and he has collected degrees in history and archaeology. With SOG, what Reske did was amusing in its simplicity: he lodged a Freedom of Information request for SOG's very own ...
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252. ...MI5 goes on forever [Lobster #26 (Dec 1993)]
... (c ) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 26) December 1993 Last | Contents | Next Issue 26 .. .MI5 goes on forever How perceptions have changed! In Leveller 51, March 1981, there was this snippet: 'Why all the fuss about the Panorama programme on British Intelligence? Eventually there was just one cut -- Gordon Winter, BOSS agent, former freelance journalist, in a pre-title sequence: "British intelligence has a saying that if there is a left-wing movement in Britain bigger than a football team our man is the captain or the vice captain, and if not, he is the referee and ...
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... The Inside Story (Hodder and Stoughton, 1990). The book is part of the British secret state's propaganda campaign around the KGB defector Oleg Gordiefsky. Gordiefsky's public role, the quid pro quo for the pension he is now receiving, is to bolster the key myth of MI6, that while we may be the junior partner in the intelligence relationship with the U.S ., we're the best, the most subtle and the most reliable -- the people to handle those uncouth Yanks, to hold their hands and cool their tempers. For example: There was Penkofsky, who not only saved the world during the Cuban Missile Crisis, but had been rebuffed by the ...
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... a surprising amount of these putative 'unseen' activities have already been identified. It confirms that, from the mid-1970s the spook-wise British left -- the line which begins with the Leveller, the State Research collective and Time Out -- basically got it right: Crozier was a spook, working for the British and American intelligence services. Crozier would deny that he worked for anybody: 'at all times I remained independent, executing only tasks that were in line with my own objectives. '( pp. xii, xiii) But on p. xii of the preface he tells us he 'worked with' the CIA, MI6 and IRD; on p. ...
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... to support their conspiracy theories about the 'communist menace'. The very idea of attempting 'the politics of the CIA', let alone getting as close as Perry has done to actually bringing it off, is a measure of the extraordinary distance we have come since, say, Marchetti and Marks' 1974 landmark The CIA and the Cult of Intelligence. No wonder the likes of Brian Crozier and the other conspiracy theorists within the NATO intelligence services think that this must all be the work of a KGB plot. (And how frustrating it must be for them to find so little evidence! Crozier et al, suffer from acute, possibly terminal cases of projection. Since they were ...
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256. Deadly Illusions (Book review) [Lobster #26 (Dec 1993)]
... the legend "The KGB secrets the British government doesn't want you to read'. I suspect that this also went on to the cover in the hope that the reader won't notice that these are very much the KGB secrets the Russian government and KGB does want us to read. And no wonder. This is a story of how Soviet intelligence ran rings round the Brits. If there are any secrets the British government is trying to keep buried here, I missed them. But I'm probably suffering from Secrecy Fatigue. Ever since Peter Wright's Spycatcher every British publisher has tried to market spy books as "the book they tried to ban'. Alas, far from running the ...
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... CIA. Lewis, Ron. Flashback: the Untold Story of Lee Harvey Oswald. Roseburg, Oregon: Lewcom Productions, 1992. 272 pp. Illustrated. Ron Lewis was on the lam when he met Oswald in Texas and New Orleans. He saw him daily and got to know him well. Lewis claims Clay Shaw was Guy Bannister's intelligence boss and that both Jack Ruby and Roscoe White were Camp Street regulars. Presents a convincing picture of the shadowy intelligence world in the Crescent City. The book is clumsily edited and confusingly arranged but it does seem Lewis' story is essentially true. Further corroborative investigation is needed here, however. Meagher, Sylvia. Accesories After the ...
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... Contents | Next Issue 26 Trick or Treason: the October Surprise Mystery Robert Parry Sheridan Square Press, New York, 1993 ISBN 1-879823-08-X This is an account both of the October Surprise story and of the author's attempts over two years to stand it up. This works at several levels. The first is an intelligible recounting of the main features of the developing October Surprise allegations. He reviews the evidence of the leading sources, interviewing all of them -- notably Ari Ben-Menashe -- and concludes that many (including Ben-Menashe) were lying or exaggerating in part. Despite this he concludes that the core of the story, that ...
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... his skin Dean co-ordinated the ensuing cover-up. John Dean, according to Colodny and Gettlin, was a central player, not the low-level functionary portrayed in his famous televised confession. Before becoming a journalist, Bob Woodward, of Woodward and Bernstein, had been a U.S . Navy 'briefer' with considerable intelligence connections, among them Alexander Haig. 'Deep Throat' was a device to conceal the fact that Haig was leaking to Woodward. (Or: Haig was 'Deep Throat'.) ' One of Haig's primary interests had been to keep the lid on the scandal of a spying operation run for the Joint Chiefs of Staff against the Kissinger ...
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... , Roger Hollis and David Footman. But that's about all there is. Finally, this book's dust jacket must be a contender for the prize for most inaccurate jacket ever written. It begins by stating that this is the first MI6 memoir (it isn't), calls MI6 officer Bristow an 'agent', (the one thing which drives intelligence officers nuts), and then makes claims not to be found in the text. Of interest only to serious MI6 buffs. Last | Contents | Next ...
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