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... BEL, FBI reports passed on to the DEA in California and to the British police 'only showed what Stark was not, not what he actually was'. Inspector Lee's informant, 'Nancy', 'strongly suspected that Stark was involved with the CIA and had friends in the American Embassy'.(19) In 1972 Hamilton Macmillan, an MI6 officer and nephew of the former Tory Prime Minister, recruited Howard Marks, his old chum from Balliol College, Oxford, to spy on Jim McCann, a hash smuggler whom MI6 believed was a Provisional IRA contact in Amsterdam. Macmillan gave no indication that he knew Marks was already doing business with McCann, or that he knew Marks ...
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... floundering around in the wonderful wacky world of American conspiracy theories, unable to tell shit from Shinola. The authors thicken this almost indigestible dish, lobbing in - just to give one example, to show their methods - the deaths of the British journalist Jonathan Moyle in Chile, Ian Spiro, said to be working either for the CIA or MI6 - or both - and Abbie Hoffman. Moyle's in there because he was interested, apparently, in some of the same people as Casolaro; and Spiro's in there because, apparently, he had some contact with Casolaro just before his death. Hoffman's in there because....well, Hoffman had written a piece about the ...
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223. Sources. Publications etc [Lobster #31 (Jun 1996)]
... This is at http://www.delve.com/consort.html. Also worth checking the Web site of FAIR, publishers of Extra! at http://www.fair.org./fair/ Lobster is not on the net. Not due to any prejudice or technophobia, simple lack of money. MI6: The Inside Story 2 hour VHS video from First Direct, 1995, no price stated. Four, half-hour interviews - monologues, really - by two former FO wallahs, Robert Cecil and Frank Roberts, the historian D.C .Watt, and Oleg Gordiefsky. It would have made a very dull Radio 3 series ...
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224. Post-war: private sector propaganda begins to regroup [Lobster Special Issue: The Clandestine Caucus (199]
... do not know. But however nicely it was being dressed up, this was pretty clearly part of the developing anti-communist struggle. Mayhew said so in a memo to Bevin. In any case, why would propaganda in favour of social democracy have to be hidden?(68) IRD was in a kind of management limbo between MI6, who supplied it with some of its information and tasks, and the Foreign Office, whose budget concealed it. IRD was, very clearly, simply the Political Warfare Executive (PWE) reborn - another example of the ability of intelligence agencies, once established, to survive the vagaries of their nominal masters in the political system. ...
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225. Common Cause and IRIS [Lobster Special Issue: The Clandestine Caucus (199]
... very little: this might just be a notepaper job. Nonetheless, some of the 'advisory body' were people with rather specialised interests. For example, at one point the name of General Leslie Hollis appeared on it. Hollis had been the Secretary of the Chiefs of Staff committee which 'considered, with Sir Stewart Menzies, the head of MI6, and Warner [of IRD] and William Hayter of the Foreign Office, what form of organisation was required to establish a satisfactory link between the Chiefs of Staff and Foreign Office on matters connected with the day-to-day conduct of anti-Communist propaganda overseas. '( 101) In the Autumn of 1955 the Common ...
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226. Miscellaneous: With Friends like these [Lobster #31 (Jun 1996)]
... Solzhenitzen's Cancer Ward in the West, he was attacked by a curious alliance of the left, Private Eye, and various people in and close to the British state. 'The instigators of the attack were not Private Eye satirists but professional rivals.....experts from the Sovietology world, Kremlinologists on the fringes of the CIA or MI6, other writers and journalists who specialized in Soviet issues, academics like Leonard Shapiro, rival translators like Max Haward....... [who] were gripped by the paranoia of those days, the belief in the all-conquering guile of the KGB...... Leo Labedz, editor of the ...
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227. The Crozier operations [Lobster Special Issue: The Clandestine Caucus (199]
... action group(147) "transnational security organisation", and to widen its field of operations. Crozier has worked with the CIA for years. One has to assume, therefore that they are fully aware of his activities.... ' Notes Coleman p. 186. In this context 'the Foreign Office' is a euphemism for MI6. In his 1993 memoir Crozier acknowledges the CIA connection. See pp. 63-5 . But he had denied it as late as 1990, in his review of Coleman's history of the CCF. See 'A noble mess' in The Salisbury Review, December 1990. Crozier p. 75 With a Council including Max Beloff, Major ...
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228. Atlantic Crossings [Lobster Special Issue: The Clandestine Caucus (199]
... was a lecturer at Aberdeen University, before becoming the Labour Party's International Secretary for three years. He then moved to the then recently established St Antony's College at Oxford, one of two British institutions which sponsored Congress of Cultural Freedom seminars in the UK. The other was Ditchley Manor, Oxford. Both were outposts of the Foreign Office/MI6 network.(19) (Former MP Dick Taverne, mentioned recently that as as young man he went to a Young Fabian conference at the other major Foreign Office country retreat, Wilton Park....(20)) The same elements are visible in the contributors to the short-lived Fabian International Review, begun in ...
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... 1953 coup is conventionally regarded primarily as a CIA operation, yet the planning record reveals not only that Britain was the prime mover in the initial project to overthrow the government but also that British resources contributed significantly to the eventual success of the operation. Two first-hand accounts of the Anglo-American sponsorship of the coup - by the MI6 and CIA officers primarily responsible for it - are useful in reconstructing events.(1 ) Many of the secret planning documents that reveal the British role have been removed from public access and some of them remain closed until the next century - for reasons of 'national security'. Nevertheless, a fairly clear picture still emerges. Churchill later ...
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... quoted from Dillon's introduction: 'In the late 1960s and early 1970s, while the conventional forces of government were openly combating terrorism in Ireland, other agencies within the intelligence community in the United Kingdom believed that unorthodox methods and techniques were required in the war. The intervention of these groupings, which included Special Branch, military intelligence, MI5 and MI6, was uncoordinated, Much has been written about that period, some of it honest journalism, but most of it propaganda inspired by the terrorists and their supporters.... ' (emphasis added) Boy, has Dillon changed his tune! As usual with British authors working this field, most of his sources are unnamed; ...
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