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... the book is unlikely to find a home on many coffee tables. This is despite the fact that nearly everybody in the country will be familiar with, if not the sight, then the reputations of such featured icons as the 'golf balls' at Fylingdales and Menwith Hill in North Yorkshire, the Greenham Common airfield in Berkshire, and the MI6 building at Vauxhall Cross in central London. Many English landscapes particularly but not exclusively at airfields east of the Pennines, closest to our expected foes bear the imprint of the heavy government investment in militarisation on our behalf throughout the Cold War period. Our taxes created all of this. Shame that nobody asked us about the aesthetics. But ...
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142. Iraq misc. [Lobster #46 (Winter 2003)]
... Oman) regarding leaks to the media of Scarlett's note to Alastair of 20th September 2002. He refers to MI5's analysis of the "45 minute report" and highlights the original circulation of the document to various departments. The usual suspects are there: SIS, MI5, GCHQ and MOD get between 7 copies for MI5 and 20 copies for MI6. But also listed are 32 (yes 32) copies for the DTI. Why? I wonder. Some kind of export initiative? ' Or the DTI is full of spooks under cover? Hearing No. 10 spokesman Tom Kelly telling some British journalists that Dr David Kelly was a 'Walter Mitty character' must have made Colin Wallace ...
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... RRF). A former intelligence officer himself, (14) Pomeroy used his visit to London to seek out contacts with East European exiles such as General Wladyslaw Anders, a Polish military leader who wanted the West to back a Polish exile army. (15) Captain Henry Kerby, who arranged Pomeroy's meeting with Anders, was a former MI6 officer and Russian expert turned Tory parliamentarian. Kerby, in turn, maintained long-standing close ties to Knupffer. (16) In his first article for Task Force in December 1955, Knupffer claimed that New York banking houses like Kuhn Loeb were behind the Bolshevik Revolution. He then argued that Russia was no longer completely under the ...
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... Orders for the Captain, was reviewed in Lobster 15 . Kelly was a senior officer in the Irish intelligence service who became involved in an attempt by the Republic's government to buy deniable weapons for the Catholics in the North in 1970 when there appeared to be a serious threat of pogroms against them. The gunrunning scheme was exposed - possibly by MI6 - and when the politicians involved got cold feet, the Irish state tried make Kelly the sacrificial lamb. He resisted and triumphed in court. This is a detailed account of those events, as far as I can see differing from its predecessor only in the presence of some bits and pieces of official documentation not available before. As ...
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145. The View from the Bridge [Lobster #45 (Summer 2003)]
... (1 ) Gorgeous George and all that Was George Galloway in the pay of the Iraqis? I don't know. Would I believe such a report published in the Daily Telegraph? Probably not, even in the best of circumstances; certainly not when the document in question happened to be lying about in an unguarded room in Baghdad. Would MI6 think it worthwhile fabricating such a document to nail Galloway? Of course. However we regard Galloway there is no doubt that the Telegraph has been used by MI6 to run its psy-ops material for many years. Monkey business?In 'How we missed the Saturday dance' in his recent collection Dreaming War, writing in 1993 Gore ...
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146. Lying about Iraq [Lobster #45 (Summer 2003)]
... rubbished, (6 ) without the plagiarism angle to make it 'sexy' to the major media, it had not caused much embarrassment. These documents were written by a group 'led by Tony Blair's director of communications Alastair Campbell, head of homeland security David Omand, Downing Street foreign policy adviser Sir David Manning, and representatives of MI5, MI6 and GCHQ'.(7 ) The process of compiling the first dossier:'......resulted in fairly serious rows between Campbell, Omand and Stephen Lander, then head of M15. The essence of the disagreement is said to have been that intelligence material should be presented "straight", rather than spiced ...
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147. Demos [Lobster #45 (Summer 2003)]
... group associated with the American Enterprise Initiative and Atlantic Council. CER's board includes Carl Bildt (International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS) which has Bruce Jackson of the Project for the New American Century), Antonio Borges (Atlantic Council), Nick Butler (BP), Lord Dahrendorf (St. Antony's College and Ditchley with ties to MI6 and CCF) , Lord Hannay (Ambassador to UN and EU), Lord Haskins (Northern Foods, Demos), Catherine Kelleher (US Naval War College), John Monks (TUC), Dame Pauline Neville-Jones (Career Diplomat, QinetiQ, which, with the Carlyle Group runs the UK's secret military laboratories; former ...
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148. Tittle-tattle [Lobster #45 (Summer 2003)]
... NATO HQ in Brussels to become director of his private office. He was signed up to the BAP in 1987, the same year as Mandelson, along with Susan Richards, who now edits the Open Democracy web site, and Michael Maclay, the ex-Foreign Office man who became Mandelson's colleague at London Weekend Television before helping run the MI6-linked Hayklut private intelligence organisation. Parliamentary Secretary in Derry Irvine's Lord Chancellor's Department, Baroness Scotland of Asthal, also joined the BAP in 1987. She now serves on its UK advisory board with, as well as Naughtie, Nick Butler of BP, Lord Holme, the former president of the Liberal Democrats and former chair of the ...
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... ' without trace. 8 According to Spence, Stalin was a Tsarist secret police informer on other left and anarchist groups - hardly surprising news to anyone familiar with the modus operandi of many in revolutionary politics. 9 Conspicuous by his absence from the author's list is Arthur Ransome, recently revelealed to have been been working in the Soviet Union for MI6. 10 See Wilde's Last Stand by Philip Hoare (1997 ), reviewed in Lobster 38 . 11 Yes, seeds. This seems odd but this is what the author says. 12 But does this prove the opposite? Are events being secretly determined by a tiny elite? 13 Trotsky did ferry funds to them from the German military ...
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150. The View [Lobster #44 (Winter 2002)]
... me from the News of the World 18 August 2002, 'Fallout: Saddam's nuclear dust condemns thousands of Iraqi children to death'. This began: 'Thousands of Iraqi children are dying from birth deformities caused by depleted uranium leaking into the atmosphere. It is tragic evidence that Saddam Hussein is stockpiling the material to make his own nuclear weapons. MI6 intelligence agents estimate 316 tons of radioactive dust seeped from a factory in Al Hillah, 100 miles south of Baghdad, 12 months ago. ' When depleted uranium was said to cause death and illness among UK and US service personnel serving in the first Gulf War, the idea was ridiculed. Now it's a killer. And how would ...
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