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... the collapse of the Soviet bloc suggests that the most important aspect of the Cold War was the role of the Soviet bloc in keeping American imperialism under some kind of control. Without those restraints we have the world that we see today. 7 Amiable dunce is about right but the failing memory was an early sign of the Alzheimer's which eventually killed him. Last | Contents | Next ...
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... of foreign leaders, for a coup or two, and for the domestic operations of the Agency. His accounts of the for-eign assassinations attributed to the CIA in his time follow a curious pattern: the Agency is tasked with 'eliminating' some foreign leader; the Agency sets an operation into motion, and the personage in question is killed, but not, Helms says, by staff or agents of the Central Intelligence Agency. For half a century this has been the position of the CIA about what the Soviets called 'wet' matters. Such a chain of events might be believable once or twice. By the time we get to Chile, belief has been strained to ...
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203. Digging in the Oyston archive [Lobster #51 (Summer 2006)]
... copy of the secret Osmond Report, a police investigation which led to the sacking of the Chief Constable of Lancashire, accused of being improperly influenced by one of the conspirators against Oyston. The report showed that a Tory member of the police committee unlawfully approached him to protect the daughter of the property developer Bill Harrison, after her car had killed two young mothers in a road accident. The files have also demonstrated that Bill Harrison was a friend of the former MI9 man Sir Airey Neave, the man who organised Margaret Thatcher's leadership campaign. (Mrs Thatcher was five times a house guest at Bill Harrison's home during his campaign against Oyston and the leaders of the local Preston Labour ...
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... to evangelical religion in the period. It was a central theme in Cold War cultural politics. Individualism was closely identified with Christian or Judaeo-Christian religion and played an important ideological role in broadly speaking secular organisations. The John Birch Society was founded in 1958. It took its name from a Baptist missionary and intelligence officer who had been killed by the Communist Chinese and whom they described as the first casualty of the Cold War. The Birchers claimed that America was being undermined by a secret communist conspiracy. They stood for resistance to collectivism and for the freedom of the individual. Writing in 1970 the founder of the society, Robert Welsh, declared that 'we have taken on ...
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... leaflets Lobster has been distributing. A couple of days after 9-11, Tony Frewin rang me and suggested that this was the JFK case for the Internet generation. There are some obvious similarities; but there are obvi-ous differences, too. For one thing, if this was a fraud, it is infinitely bigger than the killing of JFK. Kennedy was just a politician and killing politicians isn't that unusual in American history. Another difference is the existence of the Internet and the vast amount of information that it makes available. I began collecting the conspiratorial thinking on 9-11 two days after the event and within a fortnight had over 2 Mbs of data more ...
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... label I would endorse) with their openly sectarian murder campaign towards working class Protestants and the British public, the Official IRA were themselves guilty of a number of terrorist outrages including the murder of William Best, a young British soldier on leave in his native Londonderry, and the bombing of Aldershot barracks, after Bloody Sunday, in which they killed four cleaners and a Catholic Chaplain (McCann, 1980). The situation in 1972 and 1973 was thus one of intense complexity and contradiction. In the Crumlin prison and internment camp, the Official IRA had started courting UVF prisoners and this was eventually reciprocated by Gusty Spence, (the UVF o/c in the prison) in ...
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... alone something as minor as the work of an obscure OSS officer. But Levenda needs the OSS link because the father of the actress Sharon Tait, the Manson gang's most famous victim, was an American intelligence officer serving in Vietnam when she died. What he wants to say is: Look, both girls with spooks for fathers! Both killed by the Manson gang! But there is no evidence that Marina Habe was killed by the Manson gang. He does the same sort of thing with Arthur Young and Ruth Paine. Young was a psychic researcher, inventor, astrologer, and a member of a group of people who were assembled by Andrija Puharich (later famous for his ...
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208. Downing Street Diary: With Harold Wilson in No. 10 [Lobster #50 (Winter 2005/6)]
... big unanswered question in this book. Falkender's behaviour as witnessed by Donoughue and as reported to him by other members of Wilson's inner circle, was so bizarre and so consuming of the prime minister's time that it is not difficult to believe, as Joe Haines has reported in his most recent account of these events, that Dr Stone offered to kill her. ( [6 ] ) The book is full of fascinating fragments. One worth telling here concerns Lord Wigg, the former George Wigg MP, who, for the first couple of years of the Labour government of 1964/5 , had been Wilson's advisor on MI5 and MI6. This relationship came to grief when Wilson followed ...
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... Last | Contents | Next Issue 50 The fiction of the state:The Paris Review and the invisible world of American letters Richard Cummings The Paris Review (PR hereafter except in quotations) has a new editor. Philip Gourevitch, a National Book Critics Circle Award winner for his book, We Wish to Inform You That Tomorrow We Will Be Killed With Our Families: Stories From Rwanda and a writer for The New Yorker, has taken the position that was held by George Plimpton until his death. Gourevitch replaces Brigid Hughes, whose brief tenure ended in considerable acrimony, with the PR board announcing that her contract would not be renewed. Dismissed from the Board was her supporter, ...
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210. David Mills revisited [Lobster #50 (Winter 2005/6)]
... investigation of Edsaco at that time would have been likely to reveal the activities of one of its partners, Arcadi Gaydamak, a central figure in 'Angolagate', the arms-running scandal which rocked the French political and intelligence establishments in the late nineties and beyond. In the following, the substance and facts are taken from, 'Making a Killing' a long article written by Yossi Melman and Julio Godoy and published by The Centre for Public Integrity through the ICIJ (International Consortium of Investigative Journalists). The complete text is available on their website. ( [4 ] ) Gaydamak was a Russian Jewish immigrant to France in the last days of the Breznev regime in the then ...
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