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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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462. 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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463. '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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... UFO phenomena. If that is correct, you can expect to run into early resistance when inquiring about UFOs, not because of the UFO subject, but because that has been used to cloak research and applications of mind-control activity (emphasis added). Given Scott Jones' status and his years of access to high level military, intelligence and political circles in the US, this is extremely interesting. But if he knows anything substantial about these mind control experiments, to my knowledge he has chosen not reveal it. He may simply have read the Martin Cannon piece, like the rest of us!(4 ) The Lammers are working in the incredibly difficult area where ...
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... a reporter who is also a long time Japanese resident, goes on to depict aspects of the country largely unknown to foreigners and, one strongly suspects, probably most Japanese as well. This is a Japan, as Whiting describes in abundant detail, made up of 'gangsters, corrupt entrepreneurs, courtesans, seedy sports promoters, streetwise opportunists, intelligence agents, political fixers and financial manipulators'. More to the point, he also traces the history of the complicated entanglement of the US government, or more specifically the CIA, with the Liberal Democratic Party, which has governed virtually non-stop from when Japan regained its independence in 1952 until the present day. The CIA was ...
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467. Microwaves and mind control [Lobster #39 (Summer 2000)]
... 4,877,027, 31 October 1989. Hearing System. Inventor: Brunkan, Wayne B. EP1262) In 1992 another patent described: 'A silent communications system in which non aural carriers, in the very low or very high audio frequency range or in the adjacent ultrasonic frequency spectrum, are amplitude or frequency modulated with the desired intelligence and propagated acoustically or vibrationally, for inducement into the brain, typically through the use of loudspeakers, earphones or piezoelectric transducers. ' (US Patent #5 ,159,703, 27 October 1992. Silent Subliminal Presentation System. Inventor: Lowry, Oliver M. EP1285) This device had limited practicality in that it required that ...
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468. 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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469. Euro-bound? Or: the same river twice [Lobster #39 (Summer 2000)]
... currency union means a complementary political union and proposes increased political integration, a 'single European government', and an elected President of Europe.(25) There is federalising pressure elsewhere. In the Sunday Times of 5 December 1999 Stephen Grey reported: Tony Blair is under pressure from European leaders to support the creation of a 'federalised' EU intelligence service to help manage world crises. The move, proposed by Gerhard Schröder, the German chancellor, and President Jacques Chirac of France, is seen as the first step towards the creation of Europe's own spy agency, based in Brussels. And in the Daily Telegraph of 28 February 2000, Alan Judd, the former (? ) ...
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470. 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 [email protected] 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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