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... Post 1920, Tesla developed and refined viable plans for solar power and particle beam weapons ( 'death rays'); and investigated human psychic and telepathic capabilities ( 'thought transference') by attaching TV equipment to the retina of the eye.(4 ) He was also an advocate of electric therapy as a means of increasing human intelligence.(5 ) Stopped by Marconi, Sarnoff and RCA from commercially exploiting his work in the USA, and elsewhere, Tesla offered his data and inventions to foreign governments. These included the USSR -- who bought details of the particle beam weapon from him in 1937. Tesla was kept under FBI surveillance from the 1920s onward. ...
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452. The death of Diana: an update [Lobster #39 (Summer 2000)]
... that she had died. "The young woman has the best chance of coming out all right," he had assured a friend. '( 19) More on Henri Paul The former MI6 officer, Richard Tomlinson, commenting on the size of Henri Paul's bank account, is convinced that he must have been in the employ of British intelligence. 'French intelligence would never pay him that sort of an amount of money. '( 20) He also claimed that he had seen 'documents and evidence' proving that Henri Paul was 'a paid informant for MI6 in 1992(21)....He was.....the Ritz's MI6 source... ...
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... a piece in Private Eye of 24 December 1999 which reported the role of Archer and his wife, Mary, in a company which, reading between the lines, was funneling money from Kuwait into the Tory Party. (The Kuwaiti Investment Office is one of the major property owners in London.) With hindsight Among the books about British intelligence operations I, Kovaks by Leslie Aspin (London: Everest Books, 1975) was never taken terribly seriously. This was partly because there were fewer spook-wise journalists at that time; but mainly because there was no corroborative evidence for the fascinating allegations contained in it - notably the request by MI6 that Aspin kill the MI6 agent ...
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... Given his propensity to secrecy, Yockey's subsequent obscurity is of little surprise and it seems churlish to note that somewhere within Coogan's 644 page tome there is a slim biography peeping through. His tendency to disappear from view is what made for such a protracted manhunt; and the book itself is a fascinating case study of how the FBI and related intelligence agencies interact to compile information and track their subject. As it is, Coogan's biography at last centrally locates Yockey, and his importance to post-war fascism, by painstakingly retracing his footsteps through the murky world of his work for Henry Ford's Michigan strike breakers; the German-American Bund; Nazi sabotage networks; turbulent relationships with ...
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455. Lobster Issue 39: Contents [Lobster #39 (Summer 2000)]
... 'Desert Storm'. Next issue, David: no room in this one. The appearance of Stephen Dorril's massive and impressive book on SIS -- reviewed below - set me thinking about the direction Lobster has taken. When Lobster began in 1983 there seemed every point in collecting and publishing every available scrap of information on the British security and intelligence services: we had Reagan and Thatcher, a resurgent British imperialism on the coat-tails of America, and a repressive, authoritarian regime at home. Publicising what the British state most wanted kept in the cupboard seemed a good idea. But these days, dozens of books about our 'secret services' later, the 'Secret' Intelligence ...
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... MI6 agent, that his death may have been faked, and that he was instructed to betray the Prosper network by Claude Dansey, the Assistant Chief of MI6. Why should Dansey have given such a such a bizarre and terrible mission to Dericourt? Timewatch argued that Dansey hated SOE, regarding it as a nuisance which disrupted the gathering of intelligence from Occupied Europe. If one of SOE's most important operations could be sabotaged, then the organisation could be taken over by MI6, and attention could be focused on rebuilding secure intelligence networks which had been blown in the first year of the war. There was more to it than this, however. In 1943 the Anglo-Americans ...
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457. Where's Ware? [Lobster #39 (Summer 2000)]
... 2 ) Later that year he played a minor role in The Independent's attack on him on 2 September. His contribution to the Independent smear tried to show that 'Walter Mitty' Wallace had exaggerated his claims to have been a parachutist and the organiser of a display parachuting team run by the British Army. (And thus his other claims about intelligence operations in Northern Ireland should not be taken seriously.....) In 1990, in a piece called 'The Secret Life of Walter Mitty' in the Spectator (24 March 1990) Ware returned to Wallace and parachuting, reiterating his 1987 claims that Wallace had either lied or exaggerated his role, and chastised 'a growing number ...
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458. 'A Most Extraordinary Case' [Lobster #39 (Summer 2000)]
... as British Telecom'! After sending details of his complaints to Oftel, they replied in July 1999, saying 'We have considered all the papers related to your case, and are unable to assist you further. ' Kennedy wrote to the Home Secretary, Jack Straw, three times in June/July 1999. The replies, from the Intelligence and Security Liaison Unit of the Home Office Organised and International Crime Directorate (12 August 1999) and from the Home Secretary's Advisory Board, Metropolitan Police Committee (30 September 1999) referred him either to the Police Complaints Authority, which supervises complaints against the police, or to the Interception of Communications Tribunal, which can investigate questions relating ...
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... that the dockyard workers dismissed following the sabotage scare, in 1937, were victimised solely for their political affiliations. The history praises the achievements of MI5's star agent-runner, Maxwell Knight but it does not mention that Knight was a leading member of the British Fascists and seems to have colluded with them against the left while he was an intelligence officer. Professor Andrew notes that an MI5 agent, James McGuirk Hughes (whose name Andrew misspells), became the British Union of Fascists' head of intelligence, presenting this as proof of MI5's effectiveness and anti-fascist credentials. He neglects to mention that the historian whose work he (incorrectly) cites, John Hope, argues ...
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460. USA & the CIA (Book reviews) [Lobster #39 (Summer 2000)]
... Cullather was a young historian hired by the CIA to read the Agency's files on its Guatemala operation and write them up. This published version has been sanitised a little but not enough to obscure the details of a picture we knew already: when the interests of an American company were threatened by a modest reforming government, the US military, intelligence and propaganda organisations - the network detailed by Lucas - stepped in, fabricated a 'Soviet threat' with a little help from their assets in the media, armed an opposition and overthrew the regime. The ghastly, blood-soaked, terror regimes in Guatemala ensued and hundreds of thousands of people have been murdered to maintain the profits of ...
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