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... Bulgarians (West never quite decides which one he is aiming at) shot the Pope; and an account of some of the U.S . 's many covert and overt anti-Soviet operations of the 1980s. As you might expect with the author's track record of accepting what the U.S . and U.K . intelligence services tell him, there is no consideration - none; not a line - of the massive critiques of the KGB-done-it thesis by Edward Herman and others in the mid 1980s; no account of the milieu from which Agca emerged; and no reference to the evidence that the KGB-done-it thesis was a ...
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432. Feedback [Lobster #41 (Summer 2001)]
... . Nicholas Goodrich-Clarke, cited by Matthews, draws a clear distinction between the OTO and avowedly racist groups such as the ONT. Crowley did do propaganda work for Viereck (who had nothing to do with the OTO), but there's a good argument to be made that A.C . also snitched on Viereck's activity to British intelligence. L. Ron Hubbard, I am convinced, was no spook - just a con man who fleeced Parsons. Parsons had to sell his mansion, which deprived Aleister Crowley of a large chunk of his income. (Boarders paid Parsons rent, which was turned over to A. C.) Crowley, being his usual self ...
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433. Trimble (Book reviews) [Lobster #41 (Summer 2001)]
... group of advisers that Trimble has gathered around him. Ruth Dudley Edwards, the historian Paul Bew, Eoghan Harris, who managed Mary Robinson's media campaign in the 1990 Irish Presidential election, and most important of all, Sean O'Callaghan. O'Callaghan figures in McDonald's account as an ex IRA man, but perhaps a better characterisation would be ex Irish intelligence agent. He has become 'a pivotal behind the scenes player', acting as liaison between Trimble and the loyalist paramilitaries and playing a key role in devising Ulster Unionist strategy. Henry McDonald's Trimble is an extremely enlightening book. He has done a fine job in bringing the Ulster Unionist leader and Nobel Peace Prize winner into focus; Trimble ...
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... Thomas defending a UFO researcher called Sean Morton; a set of comments on the 'fusion paranoia' concept; a review of Bob Black's Anarchy After Leftism; editor Thomas on 'Reich and Little Rock'; a snippet on Cord Meyer, Mary Meyer, James Angleton et al; and a long extract from Charles Ameringer's U.S .Foreign Intelligence: the Secret Side of American History. The first volume is the better of the two if you want information; the second contains a couple of long graphic features, one on the murder of Officer Tippet done as a comic strip, which I could have done without and a second, a photographic feature on the Manson gang members ...
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435. Web Update [Lobster #40 (Winter 2000/1)]
... UPDATE Jane Affleck Thanks to Terry Hanstock and Ian Tresman for contributions. Contributions, comments and info welcome. - My email address is 101521.3515@compuserve.com Electronic Privacy/ECHELON The importance of taking advantage of the current debate about Echelon summarised by Nicky Hager:'...the lack of serious debate can protect the intelligence agencies from political accountability and control.....it is probably the best opportunity we will have for many years to build public undertanding and impose controls on surveillance technology. ' http://www.heise.de/tp/english/inhalt/te/8472/1 .html (2 August '00) ...
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436. Feedback [Lobster #40 (Winter 2000/1)]
... over seven months of my time and almost as much of the editor of a nationwide magazine I was working with in Washington. Contact had been established with this gentleman some while earlier on another story and a cordial relationship had blossomed. For convenience sake, I'll call him X. He was a very experienced and proficient investigator of military and intelligence stories in addition to being a recognised editor. Because of this, the excellence of his military and intelligence sources, I decided to ask X to collaborate in the investigation. The agreement was that the story, if it stood up to in-depth scrutiny, would be published in his magazine with a joint by-line. ...
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437. SISies: MI6 & A Life: A. J. Ayer (Book reviews) [Lobster #40 (Winter 2000/1)]
... lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 40) Winter 2000/1 Last | Contents | Next Issue 40 SISies John Burnes MI6: Fifty Years of Special Operations Stephen Dorril Fourth Estate, London, 2000, 25 A Life: A. J. Ayer Ben Rogers Chatto and Windus, London, 1999, 20 Many books on intelligence matters simply rehash old 'facts', adding a new twist to - a slightly different interpretation of - well-known, if not necessarily well-understood, events. If they contain new information at all, this is often padded-out. What might have been the basis for an interesting article ends up as an inflated, ...
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438. Rebranding SIS [Lobster #40 (Winter 2000/1)]
... - kills it. Those who lobbed the missile at its HQ in September - and the guilty are just as likely to be 'competitor' (including internal and/or 'friendly'), as 'enemy', even if the attack was out-sourced to an individual or terrorist organisation - knew exactly what they were doing. No national intelligence agency, including SIS, defines its product since this changes according to local markets. It is the 'branding', targeted overseas at both the status quo and the aspirant status quo, that (some) people buy into. The 'purchase' brands them for life - they need to be sure of it. The missile attack told ...
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... the support for the stance among sections of the Protestant population. The Good Friday Agreement has not yet been securely consolidated in place. What factors brought about the Provisional IRA's historic turn, their recognition that military victory was impossible? There can be little doubt that one factor was the improved performance of the security forces, in particular of the intelligence and surveillance arms. So effective had they become that the journalist, Jack Holland, could write, with only slight exaggeration, that in the 1990s the safest thing to be in Northern Ireland was a member of the security forces. The Provisional IRA was unable to prosecute an effective campaign against the British because it would have exposed them ...
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... military leaders wanting to strike against Allende (interestingly, Pinochet is not one of those named): the most likely candidate at that time, General Viaux, was promised 'our full support' but warned against premature action liable to backfire. Meanwhile the CIA agents and their friends in Chile were to deploy 'propaganda, black operations, surfacing of intelligence or disinformation, personal contacts, or anything else your imagination can conjure' to secure the downfall of the Allende regime.(4 ) Of course Allende's left-wing government, the first Marxist regime both to be democratically elected and to observe the principles of liberal democracy, had many enemies in the Chilean business and land-owning ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 60  -  01 Dec 2000  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue40/lob40-08.htm
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