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... after Task Force reprinted a lengthy attack on a Russian exile group known as the National Alliance of Russian Solidarists (NTS) by Peter J. Huxley-Blythe, then a prot g of Knupffer. (18) The article, 'Insecure Security', accused the CIA of financing the NTS; Huxley-Blythe claimed NTS was really under KGB control. Knupffer and other White Russian monarchists especially despised the NTS because it had collaborated with CIA plans to balkanise the former Russian Empire by supporting an independent Ukraine. (19) Huxley-Blythe's piece so enraged the Solidarists that Task Force was forced to print a rebuttal by NTS's Washington representative to avoid a lawsuit. Networking Knupffer and ...
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132. Terrorism, Anti-Semitism and Dissent [Lobster #47 (Summer 2004)]
... Jerusalem participants were at that second conference, along with Bob Woodward of The Washington Post; Arnaud be Borchgrave of The Washington Times; Ted Koppel of ABC News; Charles Krauthammer of The New Republic; Princeton historian of Islam, Bernard Lewis; Jeanne Kirkpatrick, Reagan's UN ambassador and leading AEI figure; Claire Sterling, the promoter of the KGB plot to kill the Pope story in the Reader's Digest and elsewhere, and Norman Podhoretz, the editor of Commentary magazine and his wife, Midge Decter, executive director of the Committee for the Free World. Both the Covert Action: Roots of Terrorism and The Politics of Anti-Semitism collections describe the activities of many of the Jonathan ...
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133. The view from the bridge [Lobster #48 (Winter 2004)]
... (Cold War 2). As Curtis showed, this entailed the wholesale fabrication of a renewed 'Soviet threat', at the heart of which was the so-called Team B exercise.(6 )Then the Soviets were presented as the controllers of international terrorism, enabling the Israelis to label the Palestinians as terrorists, controlled by the KGB. This theme was launched at the Jonathan Institute conference of 1979 in Israel before being taken up by anti-detente groups within the US intelligence community. Yet the Israeli lobby's role was missing from Curtis's films. Support your local police The Tetra microwave-based communications system is spreading across the world. A quick Google shows the system ...
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134. After Iraq: some FCO/SIS issues [Lobster #48 (Winter 2004)]
... ) The impetus towards coordination with 'foreign' allies has grown because, unsurprisingly, the spooks cannot guarantee consistency in their officers, agents, sources and associate partners world-wide (11) Therefore, the world is being divvied-up among confreres including, say, the CIA in South America, Mossad, or today's equivalent of the KGB, with each taking, in PR jargon, 'lead agency status' in their own areas. 'Coordination' will, of course, unravel. It always does. CIA imperatives, much like President Putin's, do not serve British interests, including moral objectives, any more than Mossad's do. (The last of these could be the ...
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135. The view from the bridge [Lobster #49 (Summer 2005)]
... Dreamer of the Day (NY: Autonomedia, 1999), which was reviewed in Lobster 39 , he shows on p. 403 that in the early post-war years Frings was a sponsor of groups called the Committee for Christian Aid to War Prisoners and Committee for Justice and Trade which were working on behalf of German war criminals. KGB shot the Pope (not)A pretty large frisson of excitement ran through sections of the Western media on 1 April (! ) at news reports that East German intelligence (Stasi) files showed that, as one report had it, 'the KGB ordered Bulgarian colleagues to carry out the killing, leaving the East German service known as ...
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136. Michael Ledeen again [Lobster #49 (Summer 2005)]
... to assassinate John Paul II in St Peter's Square. While it was known almost immediately that the would-be assassin was a Turkish fascist, Mehmet Ali Agca, a Reader's Digest article, 'The Plot to Kill the Pope', a little later marked the start of a concerted US-based publicity effort to blame the outrage on the KGB through the so-called Bulgarian Connection. ( [1 ] ) The author of the Digest article and many other pieces blaming the rise of international terrorism on the Soviet Union at the time Reagan was planning the deployment of a new generation of nuclear weapons in Europe, was Claire Sterling. She was helped by two others: Paul ...
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137. PR, espionage and language [Lobster #50 (Winter 2005/6)]
... but in some circumstances, some non-white societies are more likely to trust a 'white' man than they are their own...... [18] 18 Ibid [19] The spooks handled the launch of the first volume of The Mitrokhin Archive so badly that I only found out from his obituary that former senior KGB Archivist Vasili Mitrokhin had been a KGB dissident years before he started compiling his private archive. (The Guardian, 4 February 2004) In the obituary Professor Andrew writes,'.... he was too private a person, and had arrived in Britain too late in life and with too little experience of the west to have ...
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138. Downing Street Diary: With Harold Wilson in No. 10 [Lobster #50 (Winter 2005/6)]
... came to grief when Wilson followed Wigg's advice in the D-Notice Affair and came off worst in a pissing contest with MI5. After which, Wigg's role at No 10 diminished and by the 1974 government he was positively hostile to Wilson probably, but not certainly, because he had become infected with MI5's conspiracy theory about Wilson and the KGB. Wilson believed that Wigg was the source of some of the leaks to the press and hired a private detective to research Wigg. The detective struck pay-dirt: Wigg had 'a second family'. Wilson let Wigg know that he knew of his secret and would give it to the press unless the leaks stopped. Notes [ ...
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... officer and British soldier to be killed in the present troubles, were shot dead by loyalists, but this was rare. It wouldn't have been if the British soldiers had been UN peace keepers! 6. This eventually found its way into one of Jack Higgins's more preposterous novels, namely Confessional, in which we all presumably root for the KGB hit-man trying to kill the Pope. (Sectarian joke!) 7. The Militants were founded by Davey Payne and John White around the time of Elliot and Fogel's demise in the UDA. (Boulton, 1972; 181; McDonald and Cusack, 2004; 55-63.) Later in 1972, the UVF were ...
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140. The view from the bridge [Lobster #51 (Summer 2006)]
... snippet was the news that Jonathan Aitken had been hand-carrying messages from James Angleton, CIA's head of counter-intelligence, to Mrs Thatcher, then leader of the opposition. What these said we don't know but I think we may presume, as the programme did, that they contained some version of Angleton's suspicion that Wilson was a KGB agent. These letters must have had some weight in Thatcher's decision to take the KGB agent nonsense about Wilson to Robert Armstrong, then the Home Office liaison with MI5, in 1977. 'Robert Armstrong, after guidance from the Prime Minister [Callaghan], saw Mrs Thatcher at Scotney Castle and then in Chelsea on 9 and 11 August ...
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