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411. Justice Delayed [Lobster #36 (Winter 1998/9)]
... Delayed Douglas Valentine The CIA's LSD testing program was part of its larger MKULTRA Program, which remains very much a mystery, primarily because its chief operating officer, Dr Sid Gottlieb, destroyed the majority of MKULTRA documents in 1973 during the Watergate scramble to plug leaks and obliterate history. Helping Gottlieb destroy these documents was the then Director of Central Intelligence, Richard Helms. But due to one family's own diligent search for truth, in a strange case of Justice Delayed, the truth about MKULTRA may finally come out. For on 9 July 1998, a Manhattan federal appeals panel ruled that Dr Gottlieb's destruction of documents constituted 'an adverse influence', upon which a jury might reasonably conclude ...
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412. The Valkyrie Operation (Book review) [Lobster #36 (Winter 1998/9)]
... , to whom he also shopped what he thought were three 'Welsh nationalists'. Nobody ever put out more flags saying, 'Recruit me, I want to be an agent'. Which they duly did, of course. The books concentrates on Moyle's role as the editor of Defence Helicopter World - a piece of transparent cover for someone whose intelligence role must have been obvious to all concerned. He went sniffing round the Chilean arms manufacturer Cardoen who was planning to produce a kit enabling the conversion of a very common civilian Bell helicopter into a gunship, for sale to the Third World, notably Iraq. The proximate cause of Moyle's death seems to have been a conversation with one ...
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413. A War of Words: a Cold War Witness (Book review) [Lobster #36 (Winter 1998/9)]
... moment, an important meeting was held between Cabinet Secretary Norman Brook, Pat [Patrick] Dean representing the Foreign Office, the director of MI5, Mr (later Sir) Roger Hollis, and Norman Reddaway representing the IRD. At the end of it, Brook instructed Hollis to make available to the Foreign Office, with security collateral, intelligence about communist malpractices in the unions that could be used by IRD. This led, among other things, to the ousting of Foulkes and Haxell from the leadership of the electrical trade union. ' (p . 46) Several things worth noting here. If Mayhew is accurate, it is interesting to see that the Cabinet Secretary can ...
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414. Briefly [Lobster #36 (Winter 1998/9)]
... short to do much more than sketch in their respective theses: Tiratsoo, for example, rattles through the 1970s in 27 pages (it is, in effect, an outline of what would be a very interesting book); none of them have taken on board enough of the parapolitical agenda: there is almost nothing on the military-intelligence complex; and all three give too little weight to the dominance of the City in this country's recent history. But all of them, especially Tiratsoo and Hirst, are very welcome broadsides against the prevailing orthodoxy of the past twenty years which appears to be slowly going down the pan. Apparently we are all Keynesians now. Covert Network ...
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415. The mind control story continues [Lobster #36 (Winter 1998/9)]
... members', as well as making claims that are 'too generalized and nonspecific to support a complaint'. If the first objection could be overcome, the second still looks insurmountable. The piece below by John Dawes struck me as useful introductory guide for the scientifically-challenged - I am one such. This field is very hard to make intelligible to the general reader and Mr Dawes has come as close as anyone. The fragment from Kath Kasten looks to me as good a starting hypothesis about 'the voices' as I have seen. ELF and Mind Control John Dawes ELF (extremely low frequency) radio waves are very difficult to produce and transmit, requiring large and expensive equipment ...
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... daily control over Contra leaders. More important was the decision of top Reagan advisers (not just in the CIA) to reorganize (as Contras) the old Somoza National Guard, about whose drug and other criminal activities the Nicaraguan bishops had complained back in 1978. Equally disastrous was the initial decision to leave oversight of the Contras to Argentine intelligence officers, for whom the drug-financing of operations was a way of life. On March 16, 1998, in response to Webb's allegations, the CIA Inspector-General admitted that in early 1982 the CIA secured permission from Attorney General William French Smith not to report on the drug activities of CIA agents, assets and contract employees ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 13  -  01 Dec 1998  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue36/lob36-11.htm
... replied Kasten. Sterling reports: 'There was a look of confusion on Alexander's face as he said, "Radiation experiments? What radiation experiments?" ' British spooks killed Ghandi?The party magazine of the Hindu nationalist party now in government in India, BJP Today, has suggested that the assassination of Mahatma Gandhi was the work of British intelligence agents. The article, written by R. Chandrachundan, a close friend of Ghandi's son, reports the presence of two men from the British consulate with cameras on the spot when Gandhi was killed. The author claims that the two men were not on the consulate staff and left India on the night of the murder. (Report ...
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... by national governments on grounds of domestic policy (although Washington has achieved a number of significant exemptions for its own industry and agriculture). So: international economic affairs since 1945 have been characterised by a special Anglo-American relationship, running in parallel with the strategic one based on collaboration in NATO and the UN, as well as in intelligence sharing and nuclear weapons policy. The ideological rationale for all this has been the defence of liberal capitalism (equated with freedom of speech and national self-determination) against the challenges presented by Communism and by radical third world regimes. Keynes's name ranks high in the list of those responsible for the creation of this post-war international ...
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... the work of Matthew Oakeshott, the Liddle neighbour who manages his 'blind trust'). Unfortunately Martin's calming words were blown away by events in the United States. From the NUS into the Atlanticist circuit Briefly told, Ramparts magazine disclosed that the work Martin and his colleagues had defended had, for many years, been funded by the Central Intelligence Agency.(8 ) The fuller story of how student politicians from the Cold War onwards eased into the state establishment - Draper being only the most recent example - has yet to be written. This revelation did not nothing to impede the careers of the NUS politicos and Martin, after a brief spell at Shelter and in the City ...
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420. JFK: The two Oswalds [Lobster #37 (Summer 1999)]
... volume DTP work. Armstrong's finding may be the most significant research breakthrough in years. But we're not talking about the immediate pre-assassination 'second Oswald' who went around rather clumsily impersonating the real LHO, we're talking about a shadow Oswald who can be documented from the early 1950s onwards. As Armstrong states: In the early 1950s an intelligence operation was underway that involved two teenage boys: Lee Oswald from Fort Worth and a Russian-speaking boy named 'Harvey Oswald' from New York. Beginning in 1952 these boys lived parallel but separate lives, often in the same city. Sounds incredible, eh? Well it is. But Armstrong scrupulously documents his case, largely with ...
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