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... ; including Jeremy Rail-ton, then head of Information Policy'. In fact Cudlipp was appointed as Chief Information Officer in Northern Ireland in 1975 by Prime Minister Harold Wilson to try and get political control over the propaganda apparatus, which was then being directed as much at Northern Ireland Secretary of State Merlyn Rees as it was against the IRA. Bennett makes it sound as though Cudlipp was in charge of black propaganda. Bennett then tells us: 'The British establishment obviously decided, according to conspiracy theorists and perhaps a good few impartial observers, that Colin Wallace had to be silenced before these facts became public knowledge. ' When the author doesn't want to commit himself to a ...
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... effect until the AB blew-in the front door of Cabinet Minister Robert Carr's house. The state then did its homework and busted the group and planted a load of weapons to make the case seem stronger. Barker tells us he was a guilty man framed. Did the AB have any effect? Not really: the arrival of the IRA with real bombs, not spectaculars, shunted the AB off into a historical siding. Barker and Christie do their best to find something of value in their actions but I don't see any. Last | Contents | Next ...
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43. Re: [Lobster #46 (Winter 2003)]
... did support and encourage him was his second wife, Dame Ruth Railton, described by Edwards as'...jealous, merciless, fiercely manipulative and an inveterate liar and fantasist. ' A subsequent fantasy of the duo was a joint belief that they could solve the problems besetting Northern Ireland, at one point simultaneously courting Ian Paisley and IRA Army Council member David O'Connell. Last | Contents | Next ...
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44. The Man from the FRU [Lobster #45 (Summer 2003)]
... being promoted in reports emanating from media sources close to the state was that tired old standby, 'rogue elements', which is dragged into the light when the state needs an explanation for something awkward. In The Daily Telegraph of 3 April, for example, Philip Johnston wrote: 'A covert Army unit colluded with loyalist paramilitaries to target suspected IRA terrorists for assassination, according to an official police report to be published later this month. The report by Sir John Stevens, Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police, will say that a shadowy Army outfit called the Force Research Unit (FRU) effectively ran a rogue operation in Northern Ireland in the late 1980s and early 1990s that resulted in ...
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45. Web update [Lobster #44 (Winter 2002)]
... therefore unable to be told about important allegations including the involvement of MI6 in a plot to assassinate General Gadaffi; that MI5 had prior knowledge of a plan to bomb the Israeli Embassy in London in 1994 (information that would have helped the defence of the two convicted for this, see below); and that MI5 could have prevented the IRA bombing in Bishopsgate in 1993. He was found guilty and sentenced to 6 months imprisonment. For large archive of articles on Shayler see www.guardian. co.uk/shayler; see also cryptome.org Also see article on Gadaffi plot, 'MI6 "halted bid to arrest bin Laden" ' by Martin Bright, Observer 10 ...
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46. The view from the bridge [Lobster #43 (Summer 2002)]
... sets the process in train. ' On January 15 2002 an Irish MEP called Pat Cox was elected President of the European Parliament. Grattan Healey e-mailed to report that Cox had attended the 2001 Bilderberg meeting. Off target Back in the 1970s the Army's psy-ops unit in Northern Ireland once put out a story claiming that the IRA had hired American Vietnam vets to do its killing for them. ( 'Paddy' couldn't really shoot straight was the subtext.) A new variation on this appeared - where else? - but in The Sunday Telegraph on 10 March 2002. After a sniper killed ten Israeli civilians and soldiers on the West Bank in one session, ...
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47. Kitson revisited [Lobster #43 (Summer 2002)]
... individual to sour relations between the Catholic community and the security forces'. (15) By the time of the Falls Road curfew of 3-5 July 1970, the army was already well on the way to alienating the Catholic working class in Belfast and Derry. The conduct of the troops was effectively recruiting young Catholics into the Provisional IRA, something since acknowledged by military sources. A good case can be made that, by treating the events of 1970-71 as the first stage of a revolutionary war, the army helped bring about the very situation they were supposed to be preventing. The alienation of the Catholic working class was completed by the introduction of internment ( ...
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... it is that all Arabs want to kill Jews; Bloom explains that it's not all Arabs - it's all Moslems. Clarifying the Northern Irish situation for an American audience, Marni Sullivan declares that 'the dissent generated by Catholic and Protestant differences is only a small factor', reveals that 'Sinn Fein does not know or govern the actions of the IRA' and describes the Troops Out Movement as representative of the opinions of 'English civilians' (source: a poll carried out by the Troops Out Movement). More trivially, Earl Lee's critique of (American) school textbooks includes the daft assertion that Gulliver's Travels is the original source for the expression 'a piece of ass'. You ...
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49. Spooks [Lobster #41 (Summer 2001)]
... of MI5's Soviet equivalents. MI5 left the CPGB running as a honey trap through which to view and contaminate the wider British left - rather a clever thing to do. Huh?The most startling story I have seen recently is the following. It appeared in the Sunday edition of the generally highly reliable Glasgow Herald. 'Undercover soldiers trapped in IRA' by Neil Mackay, Home Affairs Editor, Sunday Herald, 28 January 2001, began thus: 'At least 16 British Army officers, who are currently working undercover as spies within the ranks of the IRA, carried out a series of terrorist bombings and shootings to preserve their cover as leading Provos. The British government is thwarting all ...
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50. Trimble (Book reviews) [Lobster #41 (Summer 2001)]
... loyalist paramilitaries' deep distrust of the Unionist establishment. Nevertheless it is clear that at this time Trimble was once again contemplating civil war, the repartition of the North and a 'Beirut style' situation. What led to his transformation into peacemaker? The key, one suspects, is the realisation by the end of the 1980s that the Provisional IRA had been effectively contained by the security forces and were coming under increa-ingly effective pressure from the loyalist paramilitaries. These two factors led to the Provisionals' readiness to abandon the armed struggle on the right terms, and seem to have convinced Trimble that a new game was underway. One should not underestimate the radical nature of his ...
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