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... affair is quite odd. For Shayler is the quintessential, contemporary, football-mad, New Labour-oriented, a-political technocrat - someone who can use the word 'modern' without blushing and putting it in scare quotes. (Shayler's complaints about MI5 can be seen in his submission to the Cabinet Office Review of the security and intelligence services, printed here as appendix 2: they are almost entirely bureaucratic and technical.) In a recent column of his in Punch - issue 93 in the present, post Al Fayed, takeover series - he comments on the hypocrisy of his persecution while the former SIS officer with the pseudonym Alan Judd, gets access to the diary ...
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... which they had been recording since 1939. Based on so-called one time pads (and these are explained at length in one of the chapters in Haynes and Klehr), the Soviets thought their codes unbreakable and chatted way in great detail about their agents. But by 1950 enough of the Soviet material had been decoded for the US intelligence community to begin piecing together the Soviet networks in the US. These intercepts - code named Venona - many of which remain unbroken to this day, reveal that the Rosenbergs, Alger Hiss, Harry Dexter White, Larry Duggan, Lauchlin Currie, and all the other less important causes celebres of the fifties, were guilty as charged. ...
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... into action the final player in the Pemberton-Billing/Page Croft/Beamish team Lt. Col. Charles A'Court Repington ( '. .. .career ended due to an indiscretion, 1902... ' according to the Dictionary of National Biography), the military correspondent of the Morning Post. Repington fed smears, gossip and intelligence to Pemberton-Billing. There were still some desultory peace talks with Germany under way. Repington (and those who backed him) wanted these stopped. Many allegations were aimed at Asquith and his supporters. A friend of the Asquiths (Maud Allen) was appearing, as a dancer, in a production of Wilde's Salome. Pemberton ...
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474. Drugging America: a Trojan Horse (Book review) [Lobster #38 (Winter 1999)]
... 'war on drugs'. This book is partly the story of people, working for Uncle Sam, who ended up ruined, dead, or in jail, because they became an embarrassment to 'national security' while trying to prosecute the 'war on drugs'. It also contains the best account I have read of how the actions of the intelligence agencies in the United States, chiefly the CIA, produce unanticipated consequences. I will try to summarise this. A group of Cuban Bay of Pigs veterans created a money-laundering operation called Sea Crest. When the the US decided to covertly fund the Afghanis against the Soviet Union, the CIA used this Cuban money laundry to finance ...
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475. The Libyans and the death of WPC Yvonne Fletcher [Lobster #38 (Winter 1999)]
... ; 'the charge' - n.b . not the fact - that the Libyans were responsible for the Lockerbie bombing; and the subsequent US sanctions. There are all acts by the US; but all carried out by Republican governments. Is it possible that on both sides of the Atlantic the professional diplomats and the rational core of the intelligence community are slowly throwing off some of the vile nonsense perpetrated in the Reagan-Bush-Thatcher years? The release of various official US documents which could easily have been withheld on national security grounds - eg on the CIA's role in Guatemala in the 1960s - suggest something like this.(2 ) The atrocities of the 1980s in ...
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... exchange for'...providing details of guest movements, enabling the photographers to be in position to snatch pictures of the celebrities. '( 53) Richard Tomlinson believed that he was an MI6 informer paid to spy on Diana and Dodi. Other sources claim that Paul was also a Mossad agent and an informant for the French foreign intelligence service. As Head of Security at the Ritz, Paul would have been ideally placed to observe and monitor the comings and goings of the guests. Regular reporting to the security services may also account for the money in his bank account. The pressures involved, however, could also have made him ever more reliant on anti-depressants ...
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... two senior British journalists and they have written a very interesting account of the post-WW2 machinations of America and Britain - initially Britain but, post Suez, chiefly America, as senior partner - to keep the people of Cyprus internally divided (Turks against Greeks) and thus incapable of challenging the presence of the British and American military and intelligence bases on the island. Having read nothing about Cyprus for over 20 years - and forgotten that - almost all of this was a revelation to me. Alternatively: this is a case study of the use of a non-existent 'Soviet threat' by the US/UK to manipulate Cypriot internal affairs. Alternatively: this is a ...
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478. Remote Viewing (Book review) [Lobster #38 (Winter 1999)]
... no meaningful references. Occasionally the reader comes across some scant footnotes; but the bulk of the text lacks the essential factor which gives credence to the content. Additionally, although the book is over 440 pages, only 153 pages are the author's. The remaining pages are duplicated copies of documents, released long time ago by the US Defense Intelligence Agency, which are readily available on the Internet. Most of the content of Rifat's text contains serious flaws. There is no documentation to support his assertions in many areas. A few examples: on page 7 he refers to a paper which, in turn, refers to the existence of a DIA psychic centre in the National Security ...
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479. Systemic Corruption, Systemic Solutions [Lobster #38 (Winter 1999)]
... Let me leave poor Mr Draper aside for two other examples. Ben Lucas of Lawson Lucas Mendelsohn (known as 'LLM') learned that on June 11, Gordon Brown would announce the creation of a new housing inspectorate. Lucas passed this on to his affected clients. He gave me other examples of what he called'... intelligence which in market terms would be worth a lot of money. ' The firm of GJW obtained advance word on the moratorium on gas-fired power stations which it duly passed on to American electricity company clients. Clients used the advance word to spike disliked proposals. I could go on with this list, as did the lobbyists, ...
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... key. They would uncover the Foreign Office and MI6's role in helping General Suharto seize power. ' One of those deeply involved, IRD's Norman Reddaway, died recently. (See the anodyne obit in Guardian 25 October). Expendables Two recent examples of the way HMG treats its employees when they become embarrassing. Peter Bleach, a former intelligence officer turned arms dealer, is in prison in India after an arms deal he was involved with went sour.The Indian court agreed to examine notes of a meeting between North Yorkshire Special Branch officers and Bleach before the arms deal. (Bleach's defence is that he told the SB about the proposed arms deal and got what he assumed ...
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