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... /26119.htm> 36 <https://www.cohengroup.net/our-people/george-robertson> 6 His apparent lack of insight into what happened in the past 20 years of pre- emptive wars in West Asia and the Middle East was reflected in the contribution of Lady Manningham-Buller, the former MI5 deputy chief. She told the Lords that when she and the head of MI6 met the Bush team in Washington shortly after 9/11, the decision was about al-Qaeda, its base in Afghanistan and its close relationship with the Taliban. I do not remember any discussion on Iraq. ' Either she has poor recall or ...
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... -fiction'. In other words it is merely undocumented assertions. Some of which are striking. For example on p. 9 he describes the late Donald Chesworth as a Czech agent. If so, he is not worthy of mention in Christopher Andrew's The Defence of the Realm, as close as we have to an official history of MI5.1 Presumably the author found Chesworth in the StB file on Stonehouse and takes it as gospel. Hayes also describes the late Ernest Fernyhough MP as another Czech agent. This claim was actually run in the Daily Mail, after the Andrew book was published, based on StB files.2 Fernyhough's family complained to the Independent Press Standards ...
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... See <https://www.amazon.co.uk/Trail-Delusion-Garrison-Great-Accuser/dp/0994863047>. 39 See <https://www.onthetrailofdelusion.com/post/fred-litwin-s -follies>. 12 run by the Special Branch but, rather, by MI5. This is not really surprising, though: who else would have the resources to run such a gigantic operation? If you are not following this story, there is a very good summary of it written by Asa Winstanley (he of the Electronic Intifada) on Consortiumnews.40 If any members of Her Majesty's Loyal Opposition have commented ...
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... South of the border (occasional snippets from) Nick Must *new* Stolen, not shared MI5 joins Instagram to bust martini-drinking stereotypes' was a headline from BBC News online in late April.1 The head of the Security Service, Ken McCallum,2 was quoted from a piece he had written for the Telegraph, wherein he'd said: We must get past whatever Martini-drinking stereotypes may be lingering'. But surely it's James Bond – and, by association, MI6 – that most people will associate (however tenuously) with Martini cocktails? Having been brave enough to venture over to the Torygraph website and, even more riskily, into the comments ...
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... began leaking them information. Code-named Sniper' by the CIA, he was by far the most important source the US had during the Cold War and exposed a large number of Soviet operations and identified dozens of Soviet agents and officers. After he was forced to defect, a grateful CIA debriefed him for months, lent him to MI5, set him up in a nice, secure flat in New York with his mistress and gave him a large salary. But James Angleton, head of CIA counter-intelligence, was suspicious; and when a KGB officer, Anatoliy Golitsyn, defected and announced that Goleniewski was a false defector, Angleton's doubts were confirmed. At which ...
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6. The Dungavel Handicap [Free Article]
... second Munich was being planned. The Poles had concerns, too. It is clear from the Borenius approach that they were banking on getting something out of a compromise peace. With no evidence to the contrary, the silence from the UK government was ominous. In this context we should note the diary entries of Guy Liddell, a senior MI5 officer.61 He notes on 9 June 1941 that the Poles believed the UK was about to abandon them and the Poles imagine that Hess may be making peace overtures and that this will be listened to by the British government'. What emerged was a plot, presumably instigated some weeks earlier, to kidnap, interrogate and kill Hess ...
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... Guardian. He left Labour, joined the Social Democratic Party and stood as an SDP candidate in the 1983 general election. 12 The Independent, 1 October 1992. the Defence of Trade Unions; and that committee was a front for the CPGB.13 Moscow gold In the conclusion of my essay The Clandestine Caucus14 I discussed the fact that MI5 chose to allow the Soviets to fund the Communist Party of Great Britain. They had known about the money – literally bags of used notes from a Soviet embassy official – since the late 1940s. The Soviet invasion of Hungary in 1956 saw the CPGB's membership drop by between a quarter and a third.15 Had this Moscow gold' ...
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... about this in Lobster 30,27 having spoken to a Cambridgeshire Special Branch detective in the mid-1990s who confirmed the call did take place. My previous article stated how the CIA in London sent a memo to the CIA HQ in Langley. It said: The Cambridge reporter had never received a call of this kind before, and MI5 state that he is known to them as a sound and loyal person with no security record. '28 Interesting phraseology, a sound and loyal person'. Could the journalist have been an intelligence agency asset or informant? Being a journalist would be a good cover for keeping an eye on radical students and others. I am paranoid ...
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9. View from Lob 74 [Free Article]
... about this in Lobster 30,27 having spoken to a Cambridgeshire Special Branch detective in the mid-1990s who confirmed the call did take place. My previous article stated how the CIA in London sent a memo to the CIA HQ in Langley. It said: The Cambridge reporter had never received a call of this kind before, and MI5 state that he is known to them as a sound and loyal person with no security record. '28 Interesting phraseology, a sound and loyal person'. Could the journalist have been an intelligence agency asset or informant? Being a journalist would be a good cover for keeping an eye on radical students and others. I am paranoid ...
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10. clandestine-caucus.pdf [Lobster Special Issue: The Clandestine Caucus (199]
... and tail' and present as normal, internally-generated copy.59 These examples of how to manipulate the media had been learned by others in the British state system and a few years later Neville Chamberlain and other supporters of the appeasement policy secretly bought and ran the weekly newspaper Truth. This was largely an operation run by the former MI5 officer and éminence grise of the time, Sir Joseph Ball. Ball used the official government information machine to push the Chamberlain line, formed the National Publicity Bureau to do the same and, in 1937, through a front man, Lord Luke of Pavenham, bought Truth, and proceeded to use it to denigrate the opponents of Chamberlain ...
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