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... . Good old conspiracy theory The other studies opt for one of two 'conspiracy theories'. The first links the Murrell death to the Falklands War, and in particular the Belgrano affair. The other links her death to her anti-nuclear activities in the early 1980s. Both schools of thought have produced circumstantial evidence which suggests the involvement of intelligence and security services. This involvement is likely to have been at least one remove, through the use of private security firms, or other more secretive organisations, so that in the event of discovery 'plausible deniability' could be maintained. A rather special burglar Unanswered questions litter the affair. Why didn't this 'thief' just escape after rendering ...
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282. Journals [Lobster #28 (Dec 1994)]
... announces that 'all proceeds go to Anti Fascist Action'. Its content is part articles about rock bands in Britain I never heard of, part poetry (seriously naff poetry), part rock culture trivia, and three huge pieces; 'The CIA's manipulation of the Labour Party', 'The FBI's secret war against the American Indians' and 'British intelligence and covert action: how the British state supports international terrorism'. It's a funny mixture. Page 181 is a cartoon strip which depicts Arnold Swarzenegger as Jesus Christ III and on page 185 there's a photograph of what I think is the late George Kennedy Young's election manifesto, illustrating a story called 'The Plot to Murder Gerry Gable' ...
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283. More Book Reviews [Lobster #28 (Dec 1994)]
... he didn't fully agree with them, as was the case on Middle East issues, where Brown was notoriously pro-Arab. "If that's what Washington wants", he would say, "then I'll support it." ' (p . 240) And was it known, for example, that 'the weekly report of the Joint Intelligence Comittee in London.... was the product of a combined effort with the chief of our CIA station' (p . 225), or that in 1967, when Soviet Foreign Minister Kosygin was in London, 'the British had tapped Kosygin's phones in his Claridges hotel suite'? (p . 221) In From the ...
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... ground, discusses the numerous intellectuals who shifted from left to right during this period, before concentrating on the hostility expressed towards Mrs Thatcher personally by the university elites in this country. In the course of this Harrison offers a variety of euphemisms: Mrs Thatcher 'displayed formidable intellectual energy over a long period.... Colleagues recognised a considerable intelligence of the specialisedkind that a democratic politician needs' (p . 208) Huh?; had 'an intelligence too firmly practical for the self-consciously intellectual to feel comfortable with it' (p . 222); and 'had neither aptitude nor inclination for abstract argument'. (p . 244) How galling for the universities that ...
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... with CIA personnel, the Maltese shopkeeper who had previously recognised a photograph of Talb - a 35 year-old Palestinian - apparently changed his mind and fingered a Libyan airline official in his fifties. This identification, along with allegations - later disproved - that a Swiss-made timing device for the Lockerbie bombing was supplied exclusively to the Libyan intelligence service, led to charges against two Libyans and sanctions against Libya. Syria and the oil war in the Gulf In August 1990 Iraq invaded Kuwait. James Baker's feet didn't touch the ground for weeks as he flew round the world making alliance deals - either provide men and armour or pay your oil dues: a mercenary force was in ...
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... story in their August 1994 issue boasting of having obtained a local BNP bulletin, Leeds Patriot, after it had been "left in the pub". (p . 6) It defies belief to think that anti-fascists would deliberately admit to covertly monitoring fascist meetings from within the same premises: such would alert Nazi "counter-intelligence". This points, therefore, to the state having at least one, or maybe more, operatives inside the local BNP, and them being very confident indeed.'(Emphasis added) No it doesn't, Larry. All kinds of people leave all kinds of stuff in pubs, on buses, on airplanes, in taxis ...
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287. Letter from America [Lobster #28 (Dec 1994)]
... allegedly protected the operation, but also Oliver North, George Bush and the entire contra effort. The details of this insanely complex affair now fill a 600-page volume called Compromised by John Cummings and Terry Reed, published by SPI books (New York, 1994, $23.95) Briefly: Terry Reed functioned as an army intelligence officer during Vietnam, turning to civilian spookery in the late 70s. In 1982 he met Oliver North, who posed as a CIA agent named John Cathey. North coveted Reed's Piper turboprop airplane for use in the contra war. Reed was asked to give up the plane, report it as stolen, then collect the insurance money. ...
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288. Spies at Work (Book review) [Lobster #28 (Dec 1994)]
... . In chapter nine, 'Spies at work', after ten pages on the League's activities in the 1960s and 70s, we get four pages on MI5 tagged on, a quick skim across Massiter, Bettaney, Charles Elwell - and thence into British Briefing, David Hart etc. (And Colin Wallace was not 'a former officer in Army Intelligence'; and has not, to my knowledge, suggested that the League had office space in MI5 headquarters [p . 122]. But since this, like most of the assertions in these later chapters, is not sourced there is no way to check.) Diehards 1920-79?And this is a history built on ...
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... destabilisation of Labour governments in the 1960s and 1970s, and the surveillance of trade unionists (notably the striking miners) in the 1980s. This is an important historiographic breakthrough which Porter, in view of his previous works, is ideally placed to have made. (1 ) There are plenty of works detailing the activities of the security and intelligence services and their allies in the Forces, in the City and in industry at key moments in the development of contem-porary Britain, but most of these are specialised studies whose findings have, as a rule, not yet percolated to the narrative of mainstream text-book read by today's student. (2 ) If this book's ...
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... disinformation campaign against Colin Wallace, discussed in Lobster 16 , which led, I am told, to his losing the job as ITN's 'consultant' on terrorism, etc. Journalists James Adams and Chris Ryder are treated as straightforward sources despite public knowledge about their disinformation roles. Alan Protheroe of the BBC is not described as a former Army TA intelligence officer. Still, these are minor criticisms of the best analysis I have read of the politics of news production in this country - and the best book about the propaganda struggle over Ireland since Liz Curtis' Ireland: The Propaganda War. Last | Contents | Next ...
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