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... daily control over Contra leaders. More important was the decision of top Reagan advisers (not just in the CIA) to reorganize (as Contras) the old Somoza National Guard, about whose drug and other criminal activities the Nicaraguan bishops had complained back in 1978. Equally disastrous was the initial decision to leave oversight of the Contras to Argentine intelligence officers, for whom the drug-financing of operations was a way of life. On March 16, 1998, in response to Webb's allegations, the CIA Inspector-General admitted that in early 1982 the CIA secured permission from Attorney General William French Smith not to report on the drug activities of CIA agents, assets and contract employees ...
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... replied Kasten. Sterling reports: 'There was a look of confusion on Alexander's face as he said, "Radiation experiments? What radiation experiments?" ' British spooks killed Ghandi?The party magazine of the Hindu nationalist party now in government in India, BJP Today, has suggested that the assassination of Mahatma Gandhi was the work of British intelligence agents. The article, written by R. Chandrachundan, a close friend of Ghandi's son, reports the presence of two men from the British consulate with cameras on the spot when Gandhi was killed. The author claims that the two men were not on the consulate staff and left India on the night of the murder. (Report ...
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... by national governments on grounds of domestic policy (although Washington has achieved a number of significant exemptions for its own industry and agriculture). So: international economic affairs since 1945 have been characterised by a special Anglo-American relationship, running in parallel with the strategic one based on collaboration in NATO and the UN, as well as in intelligence sharing and nuclear weapons policy. The ideological rationale for all this has been the defence of liberal capitalism (equated with freedom of speech and national self-determination) against the challenges presented by Communism and by radical third world regimes. Keynes's name ranks high in the list of those responsible for the creation of this post-war international ...
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... the work of Matthew Oakeshott, the Liddle neighbour who manages his 'blind trust'). Unfortunately Martin's calming words were blown away by events in the United States. From the NUS into the Atlanticist circuit Briefly told, Ramparts magazine disclosed that the work Martin and his colleagues had defended had, for many years, been funded by the Central Intelligence Agency.(8 ) The fuller story of how student politicians from the Cold War onwards eased into the state establishment - Draper being only the most recent example - has yet to be written. This revelation did not nothing to impede the careers of the NUS politicos and Martin, after a brief spell at Shelter and in the City ...
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515. Steady as she goes: Labour and the spooks [Lobster #35 (Summer 1998)]
... ) and when you are very junior partners with the most murderous imperialists since the World War 2.(3 ) In those circumstances an 'ethical foreign policy' is a joke - and a disaster waiting to happen. The last major figure who talked like this in office was Jimmy Carter and he got royally screwed by his foreign service and intelligence people. The Parliamentary Intelligence and Security Committee And what of the Paliamentary Intelligence and Security Committee? It snoozes on. Former MI5 officer David Shayler has offered to talk to it - an offer it declined, as it was obliged to.(4 ) For the information the Committee receives, and the subjects it discusses, are controlled ...
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516. Echelon [Lobster #35 (Summer 1998)]
... that can eavesdrop on every telephone, e-mail and telex communication around the world will be officially acknowledged for the first time in a European Commission report. The report - Assessing the Technologies of Political Control - was commissioned last year by the Civil Liberties Committee of the European Parliament. It contains details of a network of American-controlled intelligence stations on British soil and around the world, that 'routinely and indiscriminately' monitor countless phone, fax and e-mail messages. It states: 'Within Europe all e-mail telephone and fax communications are routinely intercepted by the United States National Security Agency transferring all target information from the European mainland via the strategic hub of London then ...
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... ....Flynt survived his shooting but was paralyzed. ' So Flynt wasn't shot because of his interest in the Kennedy assassination! Life truly is a disappointment sometimes. Insider view Jeffrey Bale (see Lobsters 18 , 19 , 21 , 29 ) sent me the following from Leo D. Carl's CIA Insider's Dictionary of US and Foreign Intelligence, Counterintelligence & Tradecraft (Washington, DC: National Intelligence Book Centre, 1996). 'Lobster: title of an antiestablishment newsletter published two to three times annually by two British eccentrics with a limited distribution to "about 50 like-minded friends." N.B . It is anti-intelligence, specifically against the Western intelligence ...
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... The Konformist. The transcript of the German intercept of the Churchill call to FDR on 26 November1941 This material has sat in American archives since 1945. The source is the 1948 interrogation of Henrich Muller published in 1995 by R. J. Bender of San Jose, CA., a well-known militaria publisher. Muller was the German intelligence officer in charge of anti-Soviet operations and the material about the Soviet Union in the conversation was forwarded to him. At the end of the war, the U.S . turned Muller to its own uses and his files were lodged in the National Archives - evidently without being sanitized. The transcript is located at: National ...
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519. The 1953 Coup in Iran: an Iranian insider's view [Lobster #35 (Summer 1998)]
... a boy called Hossein Fardust, the son of an Army Lieutenant. He was my classmate in Switzerland. Later with the rank of Colonel, he resumed lecturing in the Officers' College, and currently is serving in His Majesty's Guard. ' According to a CIA report dated February 1976, 'The Shah's communication and relations with his military and intelligence organs are conducted through one of his oldest friends, who was the Shah's classmate. Hossein Fardust and the Shah attended the same school, Le Rose, in Switzerland, and military school in Teheran... For a long time Fardust was the Chairman of the Shah's Special Information Office, as well as holding the rank of Deputy ...
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520. Sources [Lobster #35 (Summer 1998)]
... complex than it was before. Brown and Lovestone were not simply 'agents', carrying out orders from some central unit - at least not in the period up to the late 1950s covered by Carew. They had their own ideas; there was conflict. And there was also Joseph McCarthy. Carew concludes: 'Links formed within the world of intelligence are not easily broken, and there is no reason at all to suppose that the winding-up of the FTUC and the termination of CIA operations funded through it marked the end of Lovestone's and Brown's association with the CIA. But if they did maintain their intelligence connections thereafter the business was evidently conducted with little or nothing committed to ...
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