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... 5 Enter Epstein Under what circumstances did the Q-Diary get redrafted into the manuscript we know today? This question exercised the mind of assassination researcher Edward Jay Epstein in the 1970s as he amassed the material that would form the basis for his 1978 Legend:The Secret World of Lee Harvey Oswald, wherein he indicates that Oswald was a KGB agent. Mr Epstein wrote a long piece, 'Reading Oswald's Hand', about his analysis of the Historic Diary manuscript for the magazine Psychology Today in April 1978. It is that article, which gives a wealth of background details not discussed in Legend, that forms the basis of this essay.6 In Psychology Today Mr Epstein records ...
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... assassination, or communism. What is there is desperately vague - at least as vague as the odd fragment of Nostradamus I have seen - and open to many interpretations. West discusses this in the first, short, chapter and, sensibly, abandons it. The rest of the book is a re-presentation of the thesis that the KGB - or the Bulgarians (West never quite decides which one he is aiming at) shot the Pope; and an account of some of the U.S . 's many covert and overt anti-Soviet operations of the 1980s. As you might expect with the author's track record of accepting what the U.S . and ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 49  -  01 Jun 2001  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue41/lob41-39c.htm
33. The View from the Bridge [Lobster #28 (Dec 1994)]
... to international terrorism. 'Text No. 2 is a National Intelligence Estimate, commissioned by the State Department's Bureau of Intelligence and Research, which fails to find evidence that conclusively backs up Haig's charge. 'Text No. 3 is journalist Claire Sterling's book The Terrorist (sic; Terror) Network, which goes a step further and claims that the KGB is the mastermind behind practically every international terrorist act. 'Text No. 4 is the same text, aggressively waved in the face of the authors of Text No. 2 by Director Wiliam Casey, who claims that he learned more from it than anything that the CIA analysts were providing. 'The analysts cite, to no avail, a ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 48  -  01 Dec 1994  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue28/lob28-08.htm
... condescension'. (It sure is hard losing an empire once in a while....) The articles failed to offer a complete list of Rhodes Scholars in the Clinton administration, the former coming up with nothing more precise than 'as many as 25'. Gordievsky and his emanuensis Instructions From The Centre: Top Secret Files On KGB Foreign Operations 1975-85 (Christopher Andrews and Oleg Gordievsky, Sceptre, London, 1993)) is mildly interesting, chiefly for showing how incompetent the KGB was. It is curious that the two areas of Soviet life presumed to have been exempt from the chaos and shambles of the other sections were the armed forces and the spooks ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 48  -  01 Jun 1994  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue27/lob27-05.htm
35. Kincoragate: More Bodies [Lobster #3 (Feb 1984)]
... HQ in Craigavan, Co. Down. He moved to a crucial position in Britain's defence structure. R.U . C. men have made statements about his homosexual associations. The Provisionals dealt with him indirectly through MI6 officer James Allan.(5 ) In a bizarre twist the Provos became convinced from contacts abroad that he was a KGB agent.(6 ) Who Is/Was Who Brian McDermott - aged 11, was found in the River Lagan, Sept. 1973, not far from the Kincora home. His body had been mutilated. Stephen Waring, a teenager who had been sexually abused at Kincora, ran away from another home to which he had been ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 48  -  01 Feb 1984  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue03/lob03-01.htm
36. The view from the bridge (Winter 2009/2010) [Lobster #58 (Winter 2009/2010)(free)] [Free Article]
... Wilson resigned. The Times wants us to think there might be a connection but a clearer example of the post hoc ergo propter hoc fallacy is hard to imagine. The Times followed their tiny 'scoop' with a version of three other familiar 'British conspiracy theories', as they put it, about Wilson. The Times sections are italicised A KGB plot One conjecture connects Harold Wilson to the sudden death of Hugh Gaitskell, his predecessor as leader of the Labour Party. It claims that Gaitskell, a pro-American, had been assassinated by the KGB in order to install a communist sympathiser as probable future prime minister. Anatoly Golitsyn, a Soviet agent who had defected to the ...
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37. Enemies Within? (Book Reviews) [Lobster #29 (Jun 1995)]
... ? My impression is that they were. (Ditto the Libyan unions.) Is it not the case, for example, as Brian Crozier was fond of reminding us, that the head of the Soviet equivalent of the TUC, the Soviet All-Union Central Council of Trade Unions in the mid 1970s was Alexander Shelepin, a former KGB head?(3 ) Is it not extremely likely, at the minimum, that Mr Scargill's colleague, Alain Simone, was a former (? ) servant of the Soviet state? In any case, how could the NUM leadership think it a good idea to appeal to Libyan and Soviet 'trade unions' for support? If you ...
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... in the Agency. In short, if Goleniewski is to be believed, the CIA was as penetrated by Russian agents as the British services had been. His accusations led to a controversy that has raged for more than twenty years over the reliability of US intelligence. The CIA's counterintelligence chief, James Angleton, was convinced that Goleniewski was a KGB plant or provocation agent, and distanced the Agency from the Polish defector. Nonetheless, Angleton came to accept the claim of a later defector, Anatoli Golitsyn, who confirmed that the CIA had indeed been penetrated. (18) Among the Americans identified by Goleniewski as Soviet agents was none other than Henry Kissinger, whom Goleniewski claimed to ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 46  -  01 Nov 1984  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue06/lob06-01.htm
... Campaign and Director of the Who Killed Kennedy Committee. ' (See <https://www.big-lies.org/bertrand- russell-peace-tribunal/bertrand-russell-9911-schoenman-v - magee. html>.) 46 Some of the CIA thought (a ) that the Permindex material was KGB in origin, run through a Comm-symp newspaper and (b ) that Schoenman had brought it to Garrison's attention on their behalf. So was he CIA or KGB? Schoenman is still alive and still, as far as I can judge, the independent lefty he appeared to be in the 1960s. The status of il Paese ...
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... was given tutorials by a group of retired spooks, which included Brian Crozier. Little wonder that she once told an interviewer that she'd read Frederick Forsyth's execrable The Fourth Protocol twice. Forsyth's novel, you may recall, describes a Kinnock-led Labour Party getting into office only to suffer an internal coup from the left, controlled by the KGB. The reality, however, was that from KGB defectors Gordievsky and Kuzichkin - notably the latter, who disappeared without trace - our spooks learned that the KGB and GRU (Soviet military intelligence) were generally useless, their personnel chiefly concerned with enjoying themselves overseas, keeping their heads down and ripping-off what they could. Not ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 44  -  01 Dec 1996  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue32/lob32-13.htm
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