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... smear campaign against him to journalists Penrose and Courtiour (Pencourt) resulting in 'questioning pressure' from the Cabinet Office on the then ex-Prime Minister. (p . 320 ) In the House of Commons on 14 December 1977 Stephen Hastings MP, a former MI6 officer, using Parliamentary privilege, ran the disinformation attributed to the former Czech intelligence officer Joseph Frolik that a group of British trade unions leaders were 'agents' of Soviet intelligence. Frolik was being run by the CIA. (p . 321) These incidents, at the end of the remarkable sequence of events in the three years preceding Hasting's statement to the House of Comments which are documented in Smear!, show ...
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... | Next Issue 43 The Conspirators: secrets of an Iran-Contra insider Al Martin Pray, Montana: National Liberty Press, 2001, $14.95, ISBN 0-97-10042-0 -X Alexander 'Al' Martin is a retired Lt. Commander in the US Navy, a former member of the Office of Naval Intelligence and a middle-ranking player in the thicket of scandals known as Iran-Contra. This might be the most startling book written about post-war American politics; and it might be a complete load of hooey. I can't tell which; and I'm not even sure how I would set about checking which. To do so ...
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393. The corporate ex-spook business [Lobster #43 (Summer 2002)]
... keepers', playing upon (sometimes) legitimate (and usually Anglo-Saxon) fears. Corporate Citizenship 'Corporate citizenship' was not mentioned in the FT 'Supplement' because the only reason why some in the private security business may know something about it, is because its absence is where they make their money. As the industry counts 'business intelligence' as an area of expertise, there was something highly ironic about the industry personnel demonstrating their ignorance of CSR, and its importance to their clients, in the corporates' house journal, the Financial Times. Corporate citizenship is the 'pinafore' that those in reputable businesses put on to keep their 'suits' clean. The problem for ...
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394. Historical Notes [Lobster #43 (Summer 2002)]
... (c ) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 43) Summer 2002 Last | Contents | Next Issue 43 Historical Notes Scott Newton The origins of Civil Assistance?In the UK in 1974-75 a number of 'private armies' appeared, linked to retired senior military and intelligence figures. There were General Sir Walter Walker's Civil Assistance, Colonel David Stirling's GB75, and George Young's Unison. (1 ) These groups formed in order to frustrate the impact of strike action in the essential services, and were linked to rumours that elements in the military and intelligence establishment were contemplating some kind of coup to overthrow the minority Labour government which had taken up ...
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395. Kitson revisited [Lobster #43 (Summer 2002)]
... Malaya. He arrived in the country in January 1957, by which time the Communist insurgency had already been effectively defeated. Only a small number of isolated guerrilla bands were still at large. He regarded the army's methods as 'thorough rather than inspired' and instead developed his own approach. This involved using his own troops as collectors of background intelligence which he made operational use of, rather than just relying on Special Branch or acting blind. (5 ) His growing reputation as a counter-insurgency specialist saw him go to Military Operations at the War Office after Malaya, with a brief that covered Aden, Kuwait and the Oman. He was involved in establishing an internal security ...
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... and thence, after a brief, eye-opening but unsuccessful spell in the real economy, into retirement as a country gentleman - that kind of rebel! Notes 14 There is nothing which throws light on the report in The Times of 2 April 2002 that Lord Carrington the Foreign Secretary had ignored reports of invasion fears coming from the Joint Intelligence Committee. Last | Contents | Next ...
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... , post-modernism....or perhaps not. I've skimmed a couple of accounts of post-modernism and, if it mattered, I could probably pull together a paragraph or three on what it apparently means. Happily, here I don't have to. My problem with the damned stuff is that when post-modernism is intelligible, it is just obvious twaddle. What needs explaining is how such nonsense came to be taken seriously, by anyone. That something as vacuous as post-modernism got taken seriously in sections of British academic life was only possible because most academics - like most other people - are intellectual cowards, conformists and careerists. Or, as ...
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398. Acid: a new secret history of LSD (Book Review) [Lobster #43 (Summer 2002)]
... but this seems pretty similar to it. What is new is some material on the activities of Steve Abrams, one of the co-founders of SOMA, who had been an unwitting part of the CIA's MKUltra programme while a post-grad student at Oxford; and the section on the mysterious Ronald Stark, LSD entrepreneur and apparent American intelligence asset, has been elaborated. Most importantly, all the technical foul-ups which marred the first edition have gone. Vision were really crap when they first started out (they completely wrecked my Prawn Cocktail Party, for example, scrambling the footnotes to four of the chapters; in those days Vision skipped the proof copy stage) ...
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399. Lobster Issue 43: Contents [Lobster #43 (Summer 2002)]
... Iran-Contra insider West-Bloc Dissident: A Cold War Memoir Public Servant, Secret Agent: The Elusive Life and Violent Death of Airey Neave Here Today, Gone Tomorrow: Recollections of an errant politician Market Killing: What the free market does and what social scientists can do about it Cloak and Dollar: A History of American Secret Intelligence The Best Democracy Money Can Buy UFOs The Rich At Play: Foxhunting, land ownership and the 'Countryside Alliance' Sources Feedback Pieces without an author are by the editor. Parish Notices Thanks to Jane Affleck, Richard Alexander, John Burnes, Phil Chamberlain, Terry Hanstock, Robert Henderson, Paul Lashmar, Philip Murphy, Rom, David ...
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400. Parafinance: Enron and drilling for red ink [Lobster #43 (Summer 2002)]
... Andersen dismantled them within days of the first formal accusations against him.(18) David Mills' London offices were raided by the Serious Fraud Office in 1997 in a search for papers relating to Fininvest. (19) Very little paper work had survived, however. Many papers had been shredded to save space. (20) Berlusconi's intelligence connections are unclear, as are Andersen's. They have been his long-term accountants since he made his first fortune in a Milanese housing deal politically leveraged by Craxi, the Italian ex-Socialist leader, now in exile in Tunisia after absconding while facing corruption charges. Berlusconi's own political apprenticeship in the late 70s was as a member ...
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