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371. CIA and Drug-Trafficking by Contra Supporters [Lobster #33 (Summer 1997)]
... since the last Lobster has been the CIA-deals-crack story. The Web site at [email protected] has an enormous amount of information, including an important piece by Robert Parry, 'Lost History: Contras, Dirty Money and the CIA. ' Another important background piece is Jack Blum's testimony to the Senate Select Intelligence Committee last year, which is reproduced in Covert Action Quarterly no. 59. However, in my opinion the two best pieces on the CIA-drugs issue which appeared since the last Lobster are Daniel Brandt and Steve Badrich's below, and first, the affidavit issued by Peter Dale Scott. CIA and Drug-Trafficking by Contra Supporters ...
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372. The KGB Lawsuits (Book review) [Lobster #33 (Summer 1997)]
... three lawsuits in which he was involved which concerned alleged Soviet influence in Der Spiegel, the Institute for Policy Studies (IPS) in the United States, and the Greek newspaper Ethnos. In all three cases Crozier and a large team of researchers, with financial support from Goldsmith and additional aid from a large cast of (chiefly US) intelligence officers, tried to find proof of KGB influence that would satisfy a court. This is far too long to describe and I would merely summarise it thus. In the Spiegel and Ethnos cases it seems pretty clear that the Soviet state was involved. The KGB did run disinformation through Der Spiegel denigrating Franz Josef Strauss which helped prevent him ...
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... deployment and such approval was not forthcoming. Phoenix describes how on one occasion senior officers arrived in his office to supervise an operation and make sure that he did not have the PIRA volunteers shot. Phoenix found his activities curtailed and was fearful that the Protestants were going to be sold out. He believed that the handing over of responsiblity for intelligence work to MI5 was part of this sellout. Those thought most likely to oppose any deal, whether politicians, civil servants or even police, were themselves to be placed under covert surveillance. His disillusion was such that he was seriously considering resignation at the time of his death. In a postcript, presumably written by Holland, the ...
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374. Obituaries [Lobster #33 (Summer 1997)]
... best known for the book Ambush at Tullywest, which exposed the nefarious activities of British government agencies in Northern Ireland during what has now become known as 'the dirty war'. Privately published by him in Dundalk in the Republic of Ireland to circumvent censorship, it was subsequently republished in an expanded edition. Under the new title, The British Intelligence Services in Action, it has become a modern classic, is virtually impossible to now locate, and still compares well with subsequent volumes by Martin Dillon, Paul Foot and Fred Holroyd. Only weeks after publication, the book's printers mysteriously burned down in Dundalk and for many years Lindsay was subjected to harassment and surveillance. Possibly for these ...
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... as TUCETU vice chair; Dr John Reid, minister of state for the armed forces, spoke at a TUCETU conference; and MoD press office biographical notes on John Speller state that he 'has been a long standing member of the Trade Union Committee for European and Transatlantic Understanding'. Conclusion These are just some of the right-wing and intelligence efforts to suborn the trade union and Labour Party Right in recent decades. So, should anyone take notice of any of the above? Radical trade unionists and Labour Party members, at the least, certainly should. The whole purpose of trade unions is to be independent workers' organisations standing up for the interests of their membership. ...
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... Waley-Cohen, managing director of Victoria Palace theatre, chairman Thorndike Holdings and Policy portfolio, and Peter Williams, chairman and chief executive of Oxford Instruments. Hill and Knowlton ran the public relations campaign for the Kuwaiti government during the Gulf War. According to Covert Action, it is a company with strong links to the US security and intelligence community. Lloyd is the author of the anodyne history of the EEPTU, Light and Liberty (Weidenfeld and Nicolson, London, 1990). These are discussed in the next essay . See also Lobster 31 . Hammond played a supportive role in Rupert Murdoch's controversial switch of his London newspaper titles to the non-union plant at Wapping ...
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377. Notes on contamination [Lobster #33 (Summer 1997)]
... still seriously pursuing the Bilderbergers is the far-right The Spotlight; in this country it is Freedom Today, the journal of the Freedom Association. Volume 22 issue 2, for example, contains a long piece about the Bilderbergers, by Sir Louis Le Bailly, former Naval Attaché to Washington, and former Director-General of the Defence Intelligence Staff. It isn't a very good piece: it contains banal errors, Le Bailly doesn't bother with documentation, and it is xenophobic - Germanophobic - to a fault. This is in his conclusion: 'There can never be a true definitive answer to the influence of the Bilderberger Group in the ongoing defeat of British parliamentary democracy by Germany ...
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378. Are spies useless? (Book review) [Lobster #34 (Winter 1998)]
... time of peace. He lists many in stances of farce and chaos. He quotes imprisoned CIA officer Aldrich Ames' opinion that it was all 'a self-serving sham carried out by careerist bureaucrats who managed to deceive policy-makers and the public about the necessity and value of their work. ' Knightley reports attending an historical conference on intelligence in Germany in 1994. 'I challenged a panel that included Sergei Kondrashov; his colleague the former head of the KGB Leonid Sherbarschin; former head of East German intelligence, Markus Wolff; and former head of West German intelligence, Heribert Hellenbroich, to name a single important histo-ical event in peacetime in which intelligence had played a ...
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379. Our Secret Servants: the Shayler affair [Lobster #34 (Winter 1998)]
... (c ) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 34) Winter 1998 Last | Contents | Next Issue 34 Our Secret Servants: the Shayler affair Things had been going rather well for the British security and intelligence services in the 1990s. Under pressure from the Wright-Wallace-Massiter revelations of the 80s, they had conceded a notional form of parliamentary accountability with the creation of the Intelligence and Security Committee. With members who either knew nothing about the subject, or who, like chair Tom King, had been part of the system as a minister, said committee had investigated nothing of consequence and issued a number of anodyne reports. No new ...
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380. Web Update [Lobster #34 (Winter 1998)]
... in U.S . and Europe concerning encryption systems. The FBI and law enforcement agencies support encryption controls, high-tech companies and internet and civil liberties groups oppose. In the U.S . debate centres on the SAFE Bill (Security and Freedom through Encryption [HR 695]), and attempts by U.S . intelligence to incorporate amendments that would ensure access to encrypted data by means of some form of 'key escrow' system whereby electronic keys are deposited with a third party or agency (so-called Trusted Third Party), but could be obtained when required e.g . by the FBI. An amendment to this effect has recently been rejected ...
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