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431. Mind Controllers (Book review) [Lobster #37 (Summer 1999)]
... death of the Verneys in Kent. The other new material consists of short chapters - little more than sketches - on implants and hypnosis. Published in book form this material appears more dense, more difficult in places and more depressing than it did in isolated essays. The underlying message is clear and alarming: if governments give military- or intelligence agency-sponsored scientists large amounts of money and no political control they will eventually come up with technologies with which to control the behaviour and thinking of their civilian populations. Vision's production standards have improved considerably since the mess they made of my Prawn Cocktail Party last year. Pity about the stupid cover image on this one. Last | ...
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... big papers] had all declared them innocent' (emphasis added). Thus is confirmed another set of 'paranoid fantasies'. The Gringo doctrine If the major American media seem to be trying to ignore the CIA's 'confession', even less attention has been paid to revelations of the retired Uraguyan Admiral Eladio Moll, one time head of Uraguay's intelligence service. In July last year Moll testified before a Uraguayan congressional commission about 'the gringo doctrine' - ie the instructions from the US to its 'allies' in South and Central America. He said, 'The guidelines that were sent from the US were that detained guerillas, once information was extracted from them, did not deserve to live ...
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433. Flying Saucers over Los Angeles (Book review) [Lobster #37 (Summer 1999)]
... quite dazzling colour reproduction. Johnson, a journalism student at UCLA, was no dummy, and his thesis is a very interesting, well researched analysis of the flap. The combination of the 1950s reportage and research plus contemporary graphics, DTP and printing technology gives a wonderful snapshot of how this phenomenon must have seemed at the time to an intelligent and reasonably open-minded observer. The Steamshovel supplement is about 200 A4 pages of photocopies of newspaper articles from the period on the UFO flap and various other subjects related to it. Before reading this I had no idea just much coverage UFOs had received in the United States in the 1947-50 period. Read side-by ...
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434. Philby: The Hidden Years (Book review) [Lobster #37 (Summer 1999)]
... according to Riley, Philby played no role; and the David Smiley/Billy McLean operation in Yemen in which Philby played no role that I can see, and about which Riley has written elsewhere at greater length. Riley is determined that Philby, while in Beirut, continued to work for what he insists on calling the RIS (Russian Intelligence Service) but has virtually no evidence to back up this view. There is some speculation about the allegiance of Lord Rothschild which has been floating around in certain sections of the British Right for about 45 years since the late and unlamented Kenneth de Courcy first alleged that Rothschild was a Soviet agent. But apart from that - I basically ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 13  -  01 Jun 1999  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue37/lob37-20.htm
... Hope chapter 34, for example. (Blum's essential book is available from amazon.com in the US and amazon.co.uk here.) Neil allowed the Sunday Times to be used by all manner of spooks to run all manner of disinformation while he was editor and this spiel of his on Chile looks very much like an intelligence briefing - maybe even one of those distributed at the time of the Chile coup when Neil was working for the Economist, a regular outlet for IRD briefings. Tom Spencer MEP, RIP About a month before the political demise of the Conservative MEP and former leader of the Conservative group of MEPs, Tom Spencer, I was asked by ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 13  -  01 Jun 1999  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue37/lob37-07.htm
... had been working in West London until the day before. Then, for no obvious reason, armed with expensive camera equipment, he flew to Belfast to take photographs. In the gloom, a camera with a long lens can seem like a gun as it is pointed over a wall. The chances are that he was working for British Intelligence. ' Geraghty forthrightly condemns the Heath Government's hard line policy, providing the fascinating detail that senior ministers had urged 'an unlawful "shoot-to-kill" policy' on the Army, but had been turned down. Lord Hailsham had apparently advised the generals that the troops in Northern Ireland could quite legally shoot anyone who so much ...
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437. Web update [Lobster #38 (Winter 1999)]
... , including: Agency directories and websites - links to many US govt sources of info, including the US Govt Manual (the official handbook of the US Federal Govt, with comprehensive info on govt agencies and related organisations www.access.gpo.gov/nara/browse-gm.html) Executive Orders - Presidential EOs, and Intelligence docs - EOs related to intelligence activities. Historic Documents, including Cold War, Cold War International History Project (http://cwihp.si.edu/default.htm), Cuban Missile Crisis (full text of 250 official govt docs at Avalon Project: www.yale.edu/lawweb/avalon/diplomacy/ ...
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438. Nothern Ireland redux [Lobster #38 (Winter 1999)]
... stuff for anyone interested in events in Northern Ireland. But the book and TV programme are not identical. The most striking section of the TV programme was an interview with a UDA? UFF? member (I didn't tape it and can't remember the details) who described the torrent of official information they were receiving from their British military and intelligence connections in the late 1980s - more material than he knew what to do with, he said. This section is missing from the book. It's not that Taylor actually tries to avoid this area: it just doesn't get its due. The biggest story, the most important development, in our knowledge of the Loyalist paramilitaries in the ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 123  -  01 Dec 1999  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue38/lob38-07.htm
... now retired) of the School of History at Birmingham University. Grenville was intrigued but his eagerness to follow this up was frustrated when the document was withdrawn the following day. He told me the story himself very shortly after it had all happened (I was researching a doctorate at Birmingham at the time). The UK becomes a US intelligence target Of course the old undercurrents of distrust did not go away after the foundation of the wartime Anglo-American 'special relationship'. There is an interesting snippet in the July 1999 Monthly Review. It comes from the highly distinguished American Marxist scholar Paul Sweezy. Interviewed on the 50th anniversary of the Monthly Review, which he has co ...
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... where the particular dynamics of covert action have a logic of their own. Otherwise it is easy to end up with too simplistic an explanation. Likewise, it is necessary to avoid a complete reliance on the covert action argument. As one commentator has noted, it is important'....to treat the development and continuity of intelligence services as an element in the decision-making process in the same way that we would treat the evolution of any other institution. This does require.....that we should be able to write about the development of the intelligence services or institutions, both in their own right and as they relate to the other more ...
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