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41. Stakeknife & Mad Dog (Book Reviews) [Lobster #47 (Summer 2004)]
... killing of republicans for the FRU. Ingram suspects that Nelson never left the British Army (as does Paul Larkin: see below). As well as directing the loyalist killer gangs, the FRU also provided some of their arms, apparently believing that this was the only way to redress the balance of forces after the IRA received arms from Libya. (p . 191) The behaviour of Johnny 'Mad Dog' Adair and his gang goes some of the way to illustrate the claims of those who defend the FRU running Nelson; namely, that in so doing they were saving lives (and, some of the time, killing the 'right' people) by having their man ...
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42. After Iraq: some FCO/SIS issues [Lobster #48 (Winter 2004)]
... to make the final jump dreaded by all PRs into other 'associations', such as, for example, recognising that although the government's position is that it does not negotiate with terrorists, it does with some, including financial ones. (15) Spook recruitment These developments have understandably obscured 'good' FCO/SIS work, such as in Libya or, before the American executive derailed the peace process, Palestine. (16) This means that the only view prospective SIS recruits may have at a time when 'good' recruitment has national and international consequence may be determined by a poverty of balanced judgement and an overemphasis of SIS's anti-terrorism role. This could limit SIS's ability ...
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43. Michael Ledeen again [Lobster #49 (Summer 2005)]
... teaching at the John Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) centre in Bologna. (Ledeen's old friend Paul Wolfowitz was dean of the SAIS headquarters in Washington before becoming deputy to Donald Rumsfeld at the Pentagon.) Ledeen was the principal source of the 'Billygate' stories that helped undermine the Jimmy Carter White House by suggesting links between Libya and Carter's brother Billy. As we have seen, he was also a key figure in spreading the KGB plot to kill the Pope story soon after Reagan was elected president. Following the US invasion of Grenada in 1983 Ledeen was given the job of assembling and publishing 'documents' from the Caribbean island purporting to justify the US invasion. ...
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... '.....other than recruiting an elite corps of hard-core political activists, the strategy of these "political soldiers" lacked clarity' (p . 36). I disagree.While Copsey half-heartedly describes some 1980s initiatives such as throwing out biological separatism, forging links with Black separatists and ideological sympathy for Libya (p .44), he misses out far more of relevance to today: discussions of technology, Green politics, economic policy, the role of front groups, state repression and, indeed, strategy in the grand sense. It is Griffin's impressive ability to learn from that era, including mistakes made, that marks him out ...
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... rise of the Chinese, Korean and Indian economies is considerable, other countries can match what the US can offer. The CIA could consider selling off its name while its brand recognition, in an ever more crowded market, remains high. Watch out for CIA merchandise! [6 ] US irritations with the Italian government included its links with Libya, and the announcement that Rucco Buttiglione, Italy's Minister for Europe, a senior Christian Democrat and friend of Pope John Paul II had said he was ready to go to Baghdad and testify as a character witness in the trial of Tariq Aziz. [7 ] 'Poachers' usually have the upper hand because people move on pretty quickly when ...
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46. The view from the bridge [Lobster #50 (Winter 2005/6)]
... told, which, according to David Shayler, was paid by MI6 to try to assassinate Colonel Gaddafy. But this was back in the days when Gaddafy was 'the mad dictator', some time funder of the IRA and head of the regime which organised the Lockerbie bombing. But the great engine of state trundles on and things change. Libya 'accepted responsibility' for the Lockerbie bombing (while continuing to deny that they had done it), offered compensation to the victims' families, gave up their nuclear ambitions (whatever that amounted to), to emerge, born again, free of sanctions, as a responsible, respectable member of the international community, bla bla bla ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 84  -  01 Dec 2005  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue50/lob50-30.htm
... most successful political strike in British Labour Movement history since the General Strike of 1926; and completely different from Paisley's reactionary 1977 strike in this respect. (27) Politically, the radicalisation of a layer of UDA members found expression in Glen Barr's founding of the New Ulster Political Research Group in October 1974, for which he courted funds in Libya, causing him to be condemned as a 'Communist' both by Ian Paisley and John Tyndale's Spearhead. Loyalist prisoners rioted in the internment camps a month later, (leading in part to the end of internment in February 1975) and the UCA smear this time directed against Barr resurfaced at this time. Barr was elected to the Constitutional ...
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... [2 ] The piece of electronic circuitry which was the core of the physical evidence was apparently planted by the CIA. See Lobster 50 p.31 . Evidence presented by the prosecution as being from the suitcase containing the bomb was apparently from the lab tests of an identical suitcase. See <www.guardian.co.uk/libya/story/0 ,, 1588109,00.html# article_> [3 ] American fingerprint experts were told by the FBI not to comment on apparent chaos at the Scottish Criminal Records Office for fear it damaged the Lockerbie case. <http://news.bbc.co.uk/1 /hi/ ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 13  -  01 Jun 2006  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue51/lob51-10.htm
... expensive, professionalised and eventually went on-line for subscribers as Intelligence.( ) This is a collection of reports and essays from Intelligence, mostly of single events in the parapolitical calendar. For British readers, there are essays on the murder of junior British spook Jonathan Moyles; Dr Bull and the 'supergun' and Bull's murder; framing Libya for Lockerbie; the Chinook crash which killed a large section of the British intelligence and counter-insurgency people in Northern Ireland; the Bloody Sunday inquiry; the Executive Outcomes and Sandline story. There are three American pieces and a couple about other European countries, notably a very interesting account of the so-called 'Brabant killers' in ...
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50. The view from the bridge [Lobster #53 (Summer 2007)]
... out in the US trying to represent Ronald Reagan as a wise and intelligent leader and not the dummy he appeared to be.(10) i There is section of the American political intelligentsia which is acutely discomfitted by the fact that genuinely stupid people can get to be president in the land of the brave and home of the free. Libya and Lockerbie In 'Lockerbie trial was a CIA fix, US intelligence insider claims', The Glasgow Herald reported some comments by Michael Scharf, who was the counsel to the US State Department's counter-terrorism bureau when the two Libyans were indicted for the bombing. Inter alia Scharf said: the intelligence agencies knew that their star witness was ...
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