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321. Loose cuts and short ends [Lobster #31 (Jun 1996)]
... the story of the expulsion of 'Peter Wright' from Kenya by the British colonial authorities and it shows 'Peter Wright' arriving back in Britain, by plane. But this 'Peter Wright' was, according to The Times, 10 November 1952, 'a professor of history in Cawnpore from 1937 to 1939. During the war he was in the intelligence service, and was Press censor at Delhi'. He was expelled by the colonial authorites in Kenya for being too friendly with members of Jomo Kenyatta's Kenya Africa Union (KAU). (The Times 19 November 1952; see also 27 November 1952) The late John Stonehouse MP wrote of this 'Peter Wright' in his book Prohibited ...
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322. Post-war: private sector propaganda begins to regroup [Lobster Special Issue: The Clandestine Caucus (199]
... British Workers' League, the National Democratic and Labour Party, and the National Unity Movement, all of whom had been in receipt of industrial subscriptions'. With a budget of 100,000 a year - about what, 20 million in today's money? - Walton's 'information service' was supplied with information by the Special Branch and the intelligence services of the day. Walton eventually claimed to be able to put 'authoritative signed articles' in over 1,200 newspapers.(53) Parallel to the Walton network, another group of major employers formed National Propaganda,(54) which evolved into the Economic League.(55) McIvor tells us that the League by 1926 ...
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323. Common Cause and IRIS [Lobster Special Issue: The Clandestine Caucus (199]
... then on the BLEF 'concentrated its efforts on bringing home to people the unhappy plight of the many Displaced Persons still in Germany. '( 91) This is something of a euphemism for the BLEF's role as support group for Eastern European exile groups such as the Anti-Bolshevik Bloc of Nations (ABN) then being run by the Secret Intelligence Service (SIS). The BLEF produced an offshoot, the Scottish League for European Freedom, headed by Victor Raikes' colleague in the Imperial Policy Group, the Earl of Mansfield. In 1950 the Scottish League organised a conference in Edinburgh for Eastern European exiles, many of them Nazi war criminals and collaborators, who had been recruited ...
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... Police), or DFS. The DFS, before it was abolished because of its deep involvement in Mexico's drug traffic, was a key agency in the Mexica GobernaciĆ³n (Ministry of the Interior).(3 ) It also had close links with the FBI as well as the CIA, being part of a tradition of bi-national intelligence co-operation dating back to the turn of the century.(4 ) Three different operations involving Oswald can be distinguished in Mexico. The most obvious is the post-assassination cover-up. As I have written elsewhere, a falsified bus manifest, supplied by the GobernaciĆ³n to establish Oswald's return to the U.S . ...
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325. Atlantic Crossings [Lobster Special Issue: The Clandestine Caucus (199]
... of direct evidence that I am aware of. The social democratic network By the mid 1950s there was a palpable social democratic network operating in and around the Labour Party in Britain and reaching out into the British and American states, both overt and covert. The career of Saul Rose in this period illustrates this. After wartime service in Army Intelligence, Rose was a lecturer at Aberdeen University, before becoming the Labour Party's International Secretary for three years. He then moved to the then recently established St Antony's College at Oxford, one of two British institutions which sponsored Congress of Cultural Freedom seminars in the UK. The other was Ditchley Manor, Oxford. Both were outposts of the ...
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326. Sources. Publications etc [Lobster #31 (Jun 1996)]
... (8 issues) is $24 to PO Box 680635, San Antonio, TX 78268. The back issues are: Clinton, Quigley and Conspiracy: What's going on here? Cyberspace Wars: Microprocessing vs Big Brother Multiculturalism and the Ruling Elite Thirty Years after: JFK Researchers Gather in Dallas Cults, Anti-cultists and the Cult of Intelligence Cold Warriors Woo Generation X The 'Information Superhighway' and its discontents Organised Crime Threatens the New World Order The Decline of American Journalism The 1960s and COINTELPRO: In Defense of Paranoia Infowar and Disinformation: From the Pentagon to the Net Mind Control and the Secret State Class Warfare: Wall Street vs Main Street. Highly recommended. Brandt is ...
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327. Lobster Issue 31: Contents [Lobster #31 (Jun 1996)]
... Summer 2009) Clandestine Caucus (1996) About Lobster Subscribe See also... © 2001 Lobster Contents | Cover Image The DFS, Silvia Duran and the CIA-Mafia connection Recent JFK (and related) literature The International Centre of Free Trade Unionists in Exile Who were they travelling with? Letter from America Remote Viewing and the US intelligence community Loose cuts and short ends The Internet: a strategic assessment by the US Department of Defense Books: Profits of Peace: The Political Economy of Anglo-German Appeasement Scott et al Truth is a Difficult Concept: Inside the Scott Inquiry In the Public Interest Economic Fundamentalism: a Laboratory Experiment The Nemesis File:the true story of ...
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328. Anti-communism as a profession: The Information Research Department [Lobster Special Issue: The Clandestine Caucus (199]
... communist network in Britain, at the heart of which was the Information Research Department (IRD). For a supposedly secret agency, we now know quite a bit about IRD - certainly a great deal more than we did in 1978 when the organisation was closed. IRD finally got partly exposed because of its curious position of working with the intelligence services, but not for them; of being part of the Foreign Office but not controlled by it. As Brian Crozier hints at throughout his fascinating memoir, IRD became an almost totally independent force in the British secret state after the war. We can only guess why this curious position was allowed to develop and then continue for more ...
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329. Scott et al (Book reviews) [Lobster #31 (Jun 1996)]
... of the real issues never made it onto the agenda. In any case, for all the apparent anxiety the inquiry caused in Whitehall, it was never really serious. You don't get to the bottom of a subject as complex as this simply by appointing a judge and a couple of bright lawyers. You would need a large team, intelligence personnel with access to everything and Prime Ministerial power to sack people for non-cooperation or obstruction, and expert guidance from some of the participants. And none of these were made available. It should be noted, for example, that the Inquiry's Secretary - and thus its chief gate-keeper and agenda setter - Christopher Muttukmaru, ...
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330. Intercepting Number Stations (Book review) [Lobster #31 (Jun 1996)]
... (c ) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 31) June 1996 Last | Contents | Next Issue 31 Intercepting Number Stations Langley Pierce Interproducts, Perth, Scotland, 1994, 9.95 Strange little book, 90 pages listing and, it claims, identifying the shortwave radio stations used by the world's intelligence services to broadcast coded messages - groups of numbers - to field agents and stations. Want to eavesdrop on Mossad's numbers? SIS's? The KGB's? etc etc. Is any of it true? No idea. Would it matter it if was? Presumably not: (a ) because the intelligence agencies listed know each other's frequencies already; ...
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