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501. Eternal Vigilance? 50 years of the CIA (Book review) [Lobster #36 (Winter 1998/9)]
... the academic studies, like this one, in which the words 'US empire' would never appear, and in which you will find almost none of the information contained in Blum. Where Blum is concerned with the covert operations of the CIA, the academic student shies away from that - it's bad for careers - and concentrates on the CIA's intelligence-gathering activities. There is, of course, nothing in here on subjects like the Agency's role in the death squad regimes of Central America in the last twenty years, or its role in the international drug traffic. I'm with Blum: like him I tend to follow Prouty and view the intelligence-gathering end of the CIA's ...
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502. Old spooks' talestled [Lobster #36 (Winter 1998/9)]
... the Jews, contains the largest number of new allegations, and alleged revelations about the post-war era, of any book I have read. However, many of these new claims are sourced to 'interview with old spook'. Loftus (and co-author Mark Aarons) claim to have interviewed hundreds of elderly, unidentified, retired intelligence officers for the information in the book. Though this is deeply unsatisfactory, it is nonetheless a very striking read. Loftus did a long radio interview with the American broadcaster Dave Emory, which is reproduced in Emory's new magazine Other Means. Like the book, Loftus' interview is dotted with fascinating bits and pieces. For example: ...
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503. Joseph K and the spooky launderette [Lobster #36 (Winter 1998/9)]
... day. I was using a recent loophole in Dutch administrative law to try and force the release of information I believed the Dutch held concerning me. I believed that money had been laundered in my name through Dutch bank accounts by the late Dennis Robertson, my ex-wife's accountant; and that he laundered funds for SIS, the British intelligence service. The core of the application process was an official interview conducted by the Ministry of Justice. The Ministry would then make a decision based on the interview and grant the applicant either asylum status (or, more usually, special leave to remain in the country) or serve them with a deportation order. My lawyer suddenly found ...
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... Partisan Review and New Leader who had been briefly associated with Macdonald, Burnham, and PR during the faction-ridden splits in the New York Left in the late 1930s. Lasky would be the key figure in arranging the formation of the CCF, and he is a good example of someone who moved easily between intellectual, political, and intelligence circles.(32) He came to prominence through his single-handed disruption of the German Writers Congress held in East Berlin in October 1947 by complaining about the lack of writers' freedoms in the USSR.(33) What followed is significant. The continuing attempt by key sections of the State Department and OMGUS to work with ...
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... the conviction of 23 German doctors, and the injunction that never again should humans to be used in such a fashion. But the behaviour of the accused at the Moscow show trials at which they confessed to crimes they palpably had not committed, and the accounts given by the POW's from the Korean War, attracted the interest of the Western intelligence in research and development of methods to control and alter the human mind. The judgements at Nuremberg and human rights issues became irrelevant once more. As a biochemist, Frank Olsen had worked in the US Army's Special Operation Division at Fort Detrick, Maryland since 1943. During the Cold War era, like many of his colleagues, he ...
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506. Justice Delayed [Lobster #36 (Winter 1998/9)]
... Delayed Douglas Valentine The CIA's LSD testing program was part of its larger MKULTRA Program, which remains very much a mystery, primarily because its chief operating officer, Dr Sid Gottlieb, destroyed the majority of MKULTRA documents in 1973 during the Watergate scramble to plug leaks and obliterate history. Helping Gottlieb destroy these documents was the then Director of Central Intelligence, Richard Helms. But due to one family's own diligent search for truth, in a strange case of Justice Delayed, the truth about MKULTRA may finally come out. For on 9 July 1998, a Manhattan federal appeals panel ruled that Dr Gottlieb's destruction of documents constituted 'an adverse influence', upon which a jury might reasonably conclude ...
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507. A War of Words: a Cold War Witness (Book review) [Lobster #36 (Winter 1998/9)]
... moment, an important meeting was held between Cabinet Secretary Norman Brook, Pat [Patrick] Dean representing the Foreign Office, the director of MI5, Mr (later Sir) Roger Hollis, and Norman Reddaway representing the IRD. At the end of it, Brook instructed Hollis to make available to the Foreign Office, with security collateral, intelligence about communist malpractices in the unions that could be used by IRD. This led, among other things, to the ousting of Foulkes and Haxell from the leadership of the electrical trade union. ' (p . 46) Several things worth noting here. If Mayhew is accurate, it is interesting to see that the Cabinet Secretary can ...
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508. The Valkyrie Operation (Book review) [Lobster #36 (Winter 1998/9)]
... , to whom he also shopped what he thought were three 'Welsh nationalists'. Nobody ever put out more flags saying, 'Recruit me, I want to be an agent'. Which they duly did, of course. The books concentrates on Moyle's role as the editor of Defence Helicopter World - a piece of transparent cover for someone whose intelligence role must have been obvious to all concerned. He went sniffing round the Chilean arms manufacturer Cardoen who was planning to produce a kit enabling the conversion of a very common civilian Bell helicopter into a gunship, for sale to the Third World, notably Iraq. The proximate cause of Moyle's death seems to have been a conversation with one ...
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509. The mind control story continues [Lobster #36 (Winter 1998/9)]
... members', as well as making claims that are 'too generalized and nonspecific to support a complaint'. If the first objection could be overcome, the second still looks insurmountable. The piece below by John Dawes struck me as useful introductory guide for the scientifically-challenged - I am one such. This field is very hard to make intelligible to the general reader and Mr Dawes has come as close as anyone. The fragment from Kath Kasten looks to me as good a starting hypothesis about 'the voices' as I have seen. ELF and Mind Control John Dawes ELF (extremely low frequency) radio waves are very difficult to produce and transmit, requiring large and expensive equipment ...
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510. Briefly [Lobster #36 (Winter 1998/9)]
... short to do much more than sketch in their respective theses: Tiratsoo, for example, rattles through the 1970s in 27 pages (it is, in effect, an outline of what would be a very interesting book); none of them have taken on board enough of the parapolitical agenda: there is almost nothing on the military-intelligence complex; and all three give too little weight to the dominance of the City in this country's recent history. But all of them, especially Tiratsoo and Hirst, are very welcome broadsides against the prevailing orthodoxy of the past twenty years which appears to be slowly going down the pan. Apparently we are all Keynesians now. Covert Network ...
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