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341. Terrorism, Anti-Semitism and Dissent [Lobster #47 (Summer 2004)]
... not just a peace dividend but a world at peace. Writing now after the Madrid bombings of March 2004, the Israeli assassination of two Hamas leaders and witnessing the US/UK treatment meted out to Iraqis, we see the NATO alliance alive, enlarged and active in Asia; the UK Defence Secretary arguing for ever-larger arms and intelligence expenditure in line with the Pentagon's; talk of the 'war on terrorism' is everywhere, with the British Home Secretary squeezing out long-established civil liberties, and prominent Jews warning of rising anti-Semitism. Millions march against the invasion of Iraq, but, with the exception of Spain, have yet to dent the electoral fortunes ...
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342. American PR and Iraq [Lobster #47 (Summer 2004)]
... he can make them, showing awareness respect for his many audiences. Nevertheless, and despite his non-combativeness, he controls subliminally throughout a superb example of a mind control practitioner going about his work.(12) 'Poor' brand ambassadors In Britain, an example of a 'poor' BA was Sir John Scarlett, the country's joint intelligence co-ordinator, who, giving evidence to the televised Hutton inquiry, and in an unsuccessful effort to control/downplay events, ignored his global audience. (13) So did the most powerful gatekeeper in the world who happens to be a woman and black, ordinarily a PR 'positive' Dr. Condoleezza Rice, when she ...
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343. Stakeknife & Mad Dog (Book Reviews) [Lobster #47 (Summer 2004)]
... to do the things it did things because it was 'a self-regulating body. The commanding officer of the FRU had the power to authorise any operation as he, or she, saw fit. ' (Stakeknife p. 211) This is the central point, surely: the core activities of the British state police, military, intelligence are still not accountable in any real way to the politicians; and, for reasons still unclear to me, this is a situation with which most of our politicians are content. Notes 1 For a secret operation, a huge amount about the FRU has been leaked and published in the last few years, despite the best efforts of ...
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344. Inside the UDA (Book Review) [Lobster #47 (Summer 2004)]
... various agendas, some of which had little to do with fighting terrorism in Northern Ireland. The attempted destabilisation of Harold Wilson's government in the 1970s is an obvious case in point. Unfortunately, where Crawford points to collusion in a detailed way, he points to what we already know, for example, about Brian Nelson's role as a UDA intelligence officer but also, in arms procurement from South Africa for what became the Combined Loyalist Military Command. There is much that is useful in Crawford's book, from an anthropological point of view, for academics involved in this kind of research. But it does not offer a comprehensive history of Loyalism nor a solution to the present impasse in ...
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345. The CIA and 'The Paris Review' [Lobster #47 (Summer 2004)]
... there to throw the Soviets out of Afghanistan. One of the people arming and training the Afghan fighters was Osama bin Laden. While Plimpton served as editor of The Paris Review, he was an agent of influence for the CIA, according to a former ambassador who served on the National Security Council. That is, he was not an intelligence officer as Matthiessen was, but one of the many journalists who were paid sub rosa to penetrate the media to influence policy. By deciding who would and who would not be published by The Paris Review, he had power in the culture and the ability, through the interviews of writers he published, to influence public opinion. The ...
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346. Our Friends in the North-East [Lobster #47 (Summer 2004)]
... Chair of the Northern Region CBI in 1992 and currently Chairs UK Land Estates and the Newcastle-Gateshead Initiative. 6 It might be more than that. An undated, pseudonymously authored article Foundations and Empire, produced by the Solidarity group circa 1970, and possibly part of a magazine, documents a number of connections between the British and American intelligence services and their fronts and GMWU (as the GMB was then) officials and officers in the1950s and 60s. 7 Most people seem to recollect that this is an issue Bell got spectacularly wrong. 8 Both Pike and Woolas represent areas where the British National Party have made electoral gains in recent years. A lack of ground level activity ...
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347. Halliburton: Winning the Brown and Root Way [Lobster #47 (Summer 2004)]
... . I don't mean that pejoratively. He had contacts from his former life and he used them effectively. ' Eagleburger should know: he was also Bush Snr's Secretary of State. (66) Another Halliburton director, Ray Hunt, of Dallas based Hunt Oil Co. and a major Bush donor, serves on George W. Bush's Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board. (67) Other directors include Hunt's son who served on Bush's energy transition team, along with fellow director C.J . 'Pete' Silas. (68) In the circumstances, it is hard to see how the doors were ever closed! By pure coincidence, Halliburton's Washington lobbying efforts were cut in half when ...
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348. Re: [Lobster #46 (Winter 2003)]
... The author concludes that the view of Bilderberg as a seat of hidden global government comes closest to the truth. Hugh Wilford, 'CIA plot, socialist conspiracy or New World Order? The origins of the Bilderberg Group 1952-55', Diplomacy and Statecraft, 14 (3 ) (2003) pp. 70-82. Is there intelligent life out there?Alan Block confirms our worst fears in his first paragraph: "The history of the Central Intelligence Agency illustrates that it can neither control its agents, operatives, assets, and, indeed, officers, nor are its covert policies divorced from both common and often uncommon crime. This has always been the case and ...
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349. Advertising, Iraq and espionage [Lobster #46 (Winter 2003)]
... is in today and adds up all the dead or maimed, of all nationalities, following the illegal invasion. Meantime, the product the US continues to bang on about 'democracy' is known to be imperfect and not the only one available. An inability to offer a trustworthy 'message' has had particular impact on America and Britain's Middle Eastern intelligence product because it has undermined its agents, especially 'agents of influence'.(9 ) This is one of many reasons why, today, 'the allies' have no agents, cannot 'sell' their message and Iraq disintegrates. US Attitude to agents America describes its foreign agents as MICE. (Its subliminal subtext implies CIA officers are ...
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350. Iraq misc. [Lobster #46 (Winter 2003)]
... third week of the Hutton inquiry, it all began to emerge. Alastair Campbell rewrote the dossier 'for presentational purposes' and Jonathan Powell rewrote it to convert Iraqi weapons from defensive to offensive. How interesting if unsurprising that the final edits are done by Blair's two closest advisors. But by the time Hutton heard this, the memo from Joint Intelligence Committee (JIC) chair John Scarlett had been released which referred to the JIC's 'customers'. (5 ) Once that concept has been taken on board the game is up as far as getting any-thing even remotely resembling a dispassionate analysis. Making this point in the Evening Standard 5 September, 'Dossier was an abuse of intelligence ...
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