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... when the Australian poet Sid Murray reported that 26 years before he had seen Clark at a dinner wearing the Order of Lenin, one of the Soviet Union's highest honours. This factoid, plus the previously revealed fat ASIO file on Clark going back to the 1950s, was enough for a number of Australian papers to allege that Clark was a KGB agent. The Herald Sun (24 August 1996) ran a front-page story headlined 'Red Agent? '. The question mark disappeared in the columns which followed as Oleg Gordievsky and Brian Crozier commented on the 'fact' of the medal. Support for Murray's claim came from remarks attributed to the now dead Geoffrey Fairbairn, erstwhile council ...
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... Oswald. The first was an authorized intelligence operation (involving Oswald's request for a visa), which aimed to discredit the Fair Play for Cuba Committee by linking Oswald to the American Communist Party. The second, which may have been part of the assassination plot, involved a simulated meeting between an Oswald impostor and Vladimir Kostikov, an alleged KGB assassination expert.(6 ) It appears that the DFS, through its role in wire-tapping the Soviet and Cuban embassies for the CIA, played an important role in both operations, but especially the second. One of the suppressed facts is that the DFS, in its first versions of the testimony gathered from DurĂ¡n and her ...
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103. Clearing the ground: the unions, socialism and the state [Lobster Special Issue: The Clandestine Caucus (199]
... 'Techniques of Pressure - Anti-Nationalisation Propaganda' in Public Opinion Quarterly, Summer 1951. Edwards' obituary in The Independent, 25 June 1990 noted that he had been a member of the ILP and was an enemy of the Communist Party. His was thus an improbable name on the list of labour movement figures who had allegedly helped the KGB supplied by former KGB officer Oleg Gordievsky. See Gordievsky pp. 286 and 7. 'At least since the foundation of the International Affairs Department, TUC staff have kept close contact with the Foreign Office, a practice which persists to the present day. ' Harrod p. 105. The study by Marjorie Nicholson of this subject does not ...
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104. The Crozier operations [Lobster Special Issue: The Clandestine Caucus (199]
... , which were funded by some of these private foundations, was inevitable. Forum World Features Faced with this impending exposure, the CCF/CIA began to take action. The Congress's press agency was detached, reorganised and renamed Forum World Features, and Crozier was appointed its director in 1965.(125) Crozier claims that 'In 1968 the KGB made a first attempt to wreck Forum';(126) and perhaps in anticipation of the day when Forum was 'blown', with other personnel from the IRD network Crozier set up the Institute for the Study of Conflict (ISC) between 1968 and 1970.(127) ISC The first funding came from Shell and BP but ...
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... operational applications. It was obvious that the Soviet's tight security control, preventing any information leakage, meant that they must have had some serious breakthrough. CIA analysts were faced with a dilemma: on one hand they were ill at ease with the idea of explaining to the main scientific advisors of the National Security Council (NSC) that the KGB and GRU (Soviet Military Intelligence) were researching topics considered in US to be speculative and controversial at best. On the other, they were afraid that the Soviets might win this race, as they had done with the Sputnik.(15) Finally, they came up with a solution. By coining the phrase 'Psychic Warfare Gap ...
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106. Miscellaneous: With Friends like these [Lobster #31 (Jun 1996)]
... from the Sovietology world, Kremlinologists on the fringes of the CIA or MI6, other writers and journalists who specialized in Soviet issues, academics like Leonard Shapiro, rival translators like Max Haward....... [who] were gripped by the paranoia of those days, the belief in the all-conquering guile of the KGB...... Leo Labedz, editor of the CIA-funded quarterly about the Soviet bloc, Survey .. .. .. feeding lies about my work to columnists on a scurrilous magazine, frightening my House of Lords boss, George Jellicoe, with insinuations that could but not remind him of the difficulties he had ...
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107. The subversion hunters and the social democrats in the 1970s [Lobster Special Issue: The Clandestine Caucus (199]
... important group on that list was the then minute Revolutionary Socialist League which was to spend the next decade penetrating the Labour Party as the Militant Tendency. Crozier calls this 'the IRD massacre', but points out that IRD had grown to become the largest single Foreign Office department. See Crozier pp. 104-8 . From the likes of KGB defector Oleg Gordievsky we have learned that the KGB were unaware that they were apparently on the verge of controlling the Labour Party through the trade unions. Patrick Wintour in the New Statesman, 25 July 1980: 'three of [Frank] Chapple's closest union colleagues, including his research assistant, have been active in the Social Democratic Alliance' ...
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108. Was there a 'communist threat'? [Lobster Special Issue: The Clandestine Caucus (199]
... ' strikes of 1972 as disputes in which the Party played a significant role. In the 1970s, the anti-subversion lobby, orbiting around IRD, and presumably informally briefed on the reality of the 'Moscow gold' by MI5, took the picture of real - and arguably, increasing - CPGB influence on the trade unions, and added KGB/ Soviet control.To this theory the Communist Party itself contributed by occasionally boasting of its influence on the Labour Party;(179) with the Labour Party itself unwittingly adding the final touch by abolishing in 1973 the Proscription List of organisations - mostly the 1950s Soviet fronts - that Labour Party members could not join, thus convincing the ...
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... (c ) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 30) December 1995 Last | Contents | Next Issue 30 Great Northern? Was the author of Swallows and Amazons a Soviet secret agent?Andrew Rosthorn An extraordinary claim in The Times by the Cambridge historian Professor Christopher Andrew, that Arthur Ransome has been identified in KGB documents as 'the most important secret source of intelligence on British foreign policy' for the Cheka, the terror organisation of Bolshevik Russia, has infuriated lovers of Ransome's work. Unlike Michael Foot, similarly traduced, Ramsome is not here to sue Rupert Murdoch for libel. But many of the children who fell in love with the 11 classic ...
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110. The View from the Bridge [Lobster #30 (Dec 1995)]
... had been CP members, and offers as examples the late Claire Sterling (who recycled all the Bulgarians killed the Pope nonsense) and Herbert Romerstein, laterly of USIS. It was Mr. Romerstein who accused me of recycling Soviet disinformation, and who, I would guess, is the source of the rumours in US intelligence circles that the KGB were funding Lobster. Another SIS memoir SIS buffs might like to check the Journal of Contemporary History, July 1995, in which former SIS officer Kenneth Benton is given 50 pages to describe his early years (1937-43) in SIS. Dr Christopher Andrew provides a brief introduction to the piece in which he outlines Benton's SIS career ...
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