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... be said to imply a deal of cynicism. It also omits the fact that the expanding post-WW2 American empire was encroaching on, and sometimes displacing, the existing empires of the UK and France. But I'm being picky: the fact that he omits UK activities in the period (for example those of the Information Research Department [IRD]) is not surprising – even though they sometimes worked with the American efforts, for example in Indonesia in the sixties. In 330 pages Hancock can't deal with everything and the book is chiefly aimed at an American audience: one not familiar with Philip Agee,7 the magazine he founded, Covert Action Information Bulletin,8 and ...
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... Secret Intelligence Service (SIS) – allegedly, says the author – began funding one of the Islamic groups in Pakistan to spread Islamic literature among the Soviet republics with large Islamic populations. (p . 225) And there were phoney radio stations, newspapers, pamphlets, faked printed material of every kind, with the Information Research Department (IRD), the propaganda/psy-ops unit which hovered between the Foreign Office and SIS, at the centre of it. 'Fake news' is nothing new: IRD generated mountains of it between 1945 and 1977. In IRD's last big operation, in Northern Ireland, the blizzard of 'fake news' stories it generated eventually produced the ...
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... essays/jfkmed/How5Investigations/ How5InvestigationsGotItWrong_2 .htm>. themselves – as I have said above, it was film for making a basic home movie. There seems to be no discussion of this aspect of working with amateur footage/analogue film. * new * How the line changed on Wallace The late Hugh Mooney was an IRD officer who was in Northern Ireland while Colin Wallace was there in the 1970s. I have written about him elsewhere in this issue.6 When Mooney learned that Wallace was being expelled from Northern Ireland (and possibly faced disciplinary action for 'leaking') he wrote to a 'Mr Joy' in a letter headed 'Secret and personal'. ...
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4. Hugh who? (Summer 2018) [Free Article]
... Hugh who? Robin Ramsay The man in the picture is the late Hugh Mooney, who died in December 2017.1 The announcement of his death2 describes him as 'Journalist, Diplomat, Barrister, Teacher and Writer'. (caps in the original) The interesting bit is 'diplomat'. Mooney worked for the Information Research Department (IRD), notably in Northern Ireland in the 1970s; and IRD was formally a section of the Foreign Office – hence 'diplomat'. Mooney was also part of the British Army's Information Policy Unit in Northern Ireland, the psy-ops outfit, as was Colin Wallace. The thing about bureaucracies is their procedures. When I was briefly ...
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... texts of a couple of speeches given at their meetings by the late Brian Crozier.3 In his 1982 speech, in the midst of a gloomy analysis which suggests that the Soviet Union might win the Cold War, he asserted: 'In the United Kingdom, the counter-subversive arm of the Foreign Office, the Information Research Department (IRD) was destroyed in a complex operation in which the CIA traitor, Philip Agee, played a leading part. '4 Oh, really? I had a look at Crozier's memoir, Free Agent (HarperCollins, 1993). 1 At <https://isgp-studies.com/david-teacher>. Teacher writes ...
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... 57 58 2010: 59 60 2011: 61 62 2012: 63 64 2013: 65 66 2014: 67 68 2015: 69 70 2016: 71 72 2017: 73 74 Clandestine Caucus Issues #58+ Online in full - free Suggested search words: BT EC 007 103 BBC BND BBC BNP CIA DEA DGS EEC ELF FBI IRA IRD JFK KGB KYP LBJ LSD MI5 MI6 MOD NSA SAS SIS UFO WPC Blair Brown Churchill Thatcher Wilson Clinton Kennedy Nixon Reagan Echelon Menwith Pentagon Cuba Egypt Iran Iraq Israel Libya Hess Hitler Murrell Fletcher Oyston MKULTRA disinformation espionage propaganda security surveillance mind Burgess Maclean Philby Diana Pope Vatican Oswald Ruby Bilderberg Pinay Communist Conservative Labour Liberal Tory Contras Irangate Watergate Spook BOSS ...
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... American capitalism. The man responsible for this initiative was Christopher Mayhew MP; and what would have particularly delighted Attlee was that he was, like the Prime Minister himself, an Old Haileyburian. Attlee took great pleasure in promoting chaps from his old school through the ranks of the labour movement! Whatever the ideological colouring of the propaganda, the IRD was defending foreign, colonial policy and defence policies that were indistinguishable from those a Conservative government would have followed. All that was different was the rhetoric. One other area where Lomas challenges the accepted wisdom is with regard to the notion that Attlee was unsympathetic to covert operations. He insists that the closing down of the Special Operations Executive ...
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... to try and review it. This summary is from the introduction. 'This study is an attempt at a preliminary transnational investigation of the Paneuropean Right and particularly of the covert forum, the Cercle Pinay and its complex of groups. Amongst Cercle intelligence contacts are former operatives from the American CIA, DIA and INR, Britain's MI5, MI6 and IRD, France's SDECE, Germany's BND, BfV and MAD, Holland's BVD, Belgium's Sûreté de l'Etat, SDRA and PIO, apartheid South Africa's BOSS, and the Swiss and Saudi intelligence services. Politically, the Cercle complex has interlocked with the whole panoply of international right-wing groups: the Paneuropean Union, the European Movement, CEDI ...
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9. Thatcher's Secret War (Book review) (Winter 2015) [Lobster #70 (Winter 2015) (free)] [Free Article]
... and were attempting to turn Ireland into another Cuba. If the CPGB's role in trade unions was real, there is no evidence that it was being directed by the Soviets – had there been any we would have heard about it – and Ireland-as- Cuba was simply an invention by those creative amplifiers of the 'red menace' at IRD. (Bloom does not mention IRD.) Bloom then tells us that Neave met Wallace three times and 'Wallace was dismissed with £70 for his information. ' (p . 53) Actually the £70 was the fee from the Daily Telegraph for a piece Wallace wrote, anonymously, about the Northern Ireland situation. Further into ...
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10. Holding pattern (2015) [Lobster #69 (Summer 2015) (free)] [Free Article]
... lull the West into a false sense of security.3 6 Story was encouraged in this belief by the KGB defector, Anatoly Golitsyn,37 who sold the idea of a KGB 'monster plot' to CIA counter-intelligence chief James Angleton in the early 1960s,3 8 who in turn passed it on to a section of MI5 and IRD personnel, notably the late Brian Crozier. World Net Daily <WND.com> is not the most reliable of sources, but it does seem to have tracked down another of Shrimpton's inspirations, Lt. Col. Dr. Harry Beckhough, MBE (ret'd) who has also published material about the elusive DVD.3 9 So ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 5  -  27 Apr 2015  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/free/lobster69/lob69-holding-pattern.pdf
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