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71. The True Story of the Bilderberg Group, reviewed [Lobster #54 (Winter 2007/8)]
... no evidence that Thatcher was dumped on the orders of Bilderberg and Esulin offers none he has confused John Major with his father, who did work in a circus for a time. On page 58 we are told that Watergate was an anti-Nixon operation run by 'the combined forces of Bilderberg/RIIA/Tavistock Institute under the direction of the British MI6.' Didn't you just know that Tavistock would be chucked in as well? Prominent among the author's sources are Anthony Sutton, Gary Allen, of None Dare Call It Conspiracy fame, John Coleman, the Brit claiming to have been an MI6 officer, whose Committee of 300 more utter tosh is regularly quoted, and Eustace Mullins, ...
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72. The view from the bridge [Lobster #54 (Winter 2007/8)]
... , he believed a another, whose content he then had corroborated by other clandestine sources. But rather than admit to himself that he was just conned, that here was the spooks' pay-day for all the career-building info' they had slipped him in the previous decade, he writes: 'I am certain that those to whom I spoke at MI6 acted then in good faith. I remember one particular conversation I had with an official in the early summer of 2003, not long before Andrew Gilligan's BBC broadcast about the government having "sexed up" its dossier on Iraqi WMDs in September 2002. Already it was becoming apparent that the threat had probably been a chimera. "Don't ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 25  -  01 Dec 2007  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue54/lob54-26.htm
73. Hacks, pols and PR [Lobster #54 (Winter 2007/8)]
... . We know his views on political spin from earlier writings,(1) but he now extends this to what, in the name of 'modernisation', this small but powerful 'Political Class' has, through the practice of 'manipulative populism', done to a variety of British institutions, including the Civil Service, the Foreign Office, MI6, the legal system, the monarchy and Parliament. Oborne writes well and his anger-fuelled text carries the reader along at a great lick. One thing that made him particularly hot under the collar was the way MPs at the turn of the century began hounding Elizabeth Filkin, the Parliamentary Commissioner for Standards: 'Soon a sinister pattern became apparent ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 15  -  01 Dec 2007  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue54/lob54-38.htm
74. Spy Wars, reviewed [Lobster #54 (Winter 2007/8)]
... country Tom Mangold's Cold Warrior and accounts of the damaging effects of Angleton's paranoia on the Agency's attempts to understand the Soviet Union.(5) In this briefing war the anti-Angleton forces won and the consensus formed that Angleton was a nutter who did terrible damage to the CIA and, by extension, to allied intelligence agencies such as MI5 and MI6.(6) This anti-Angleton consensus is challenged by his former ally Begley, who reanalyses the Nosenko affair and tries to show the reader that their counterintelligence's view that Nosenko had been sent to disinform them and so conceal the identity of the KGB's real mole inside the CIA, was correct. Potentially this is fascinating who doesn't like a ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 14  -  01 Dec 2007  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue54/lob54-43b.htm
75. Coach into pumpkin: some problems with Paget [Lobster #54 (Winter 2007/8)]
... in assassinations (the attempts to get Nasser or Lumumba spring to mind). Paget's reply to Fayed's assertion is: 'It is important to note in the Stevens (Northern Ireland) Report that the term "agents" is used to refer to informants or sources and not "agents" as it is sometimes colloquially understood to be, "MI6 spies". Thus the reference to "agents being involved in murder" was a reference to actions of informants rather than the authorities.' Paget concludes with the cosmically irrelevant observation that: 'These Inquiries relate specifically to activity in Northern Ireland. There was no evidence linking the allegations in Northern Ireland to the events in Paris. Operation ...
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76. The rise of warfare capitalism [Lobster #54 (Winter 2007/8)]
... Iran in the running of Basra. However, the proliferation of influential think tanks in the private sector (often staffed by former Stalinists) is likely to influence executive government in overriding what their own experts have to tell them. We saw this with Bush and Blair either ignoring or 'sexing-up' the evidence on WMD provided by the CIA and MI6. This process can only be fueled by defective intelligence derived from the privatised torture of hapless goat-herders and taxi-drivers who have been flown around the world in private aircraft, to make money out of telling the political leadership what they want to hear. What's instructive about both Klein and Marshall's books is that they confound the idea that serious opposition ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 11  -  01 Dec 2007  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue54/lob54-33.htm
77. Fifth Column [Lobster #54 (Winter 2007/8)]
... since the days when 'specialists' helped the Muhajideen against the Soviets in the 1980s. The US strike against the Taliban, backed without much subtlety by the last Prime Minister, brought into play some awkward facts. The UK's largest Muslim minority is from Pakistan. Western engagement against Islamism in Western Asia would naturally create conflicts of loyalty. While MI6 might enjoy itself understanding the intricacies of Pathan tribal politics, it was MI5 that was going to have to pick up the pieces. As we move towards 2008, the last Prime Minister's over-speedy insertion of expensive military collateral into Iraq may now be slowly and nervously turning into a withdrawal, but his similar insertion of troops into Afghanistan is ...
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78. Brands and Britannia [Lobster #54 (Winter 2007/8)]
... possible the intelligence reform highlighted by Nick Clegg MP has been stood down. He was quoted in The Times 11 September 2007 with a plan 'which would mean a combined anti-terrorism intelligence force, answerable to the Home Secretary, freeing SIS to continue with its core functions, answerable to the Foreign Secretary'. This would avoid a 'wholesale take-over of MI6 priorities by MI5-led anti-terrorism operations,' which, he said, many intelligence operatives fear. Note: In the 'old' days spook lobbying and territorial warfare were invisible. Given other associations including cash-for-peerages, if the spooks do not back off politicians they could inadvertently leave the public with the impression its democracy is in the hands of spooks ...
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79. Historical Notes [Lobster #53 (Summer 2007)]
... of the US Skybolt missile which was supposed to become the centrepiece of the UK nuclear deterrent, or In the Red's analysis of sterling's problems, or Anatomy of Error (1969), which focused on the debates about Indo-China within the Washington establishment in the period from Eisenhower to LBJ. Thirdly, it has been suggested that he was a MI6 asset. True, the source of this was Izvestia in December 1968. But it was later reported that Henry Kissinger had ordered the tapping of the telephone of a British journalist who was suspected of being an MI6 operative; in 1982 The Press Gazette reported on 3 May 1982 that Brandon's phone had been tapped (it later emerged that ...
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80. At Her Majesty's Secret Service, reviewed [Lobster #53 (Summer 2007)]
... (c) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 53) Summer 2007 Last| Contents| Next Issue 12 At Her Majesty's Secret Service: The Chiefs of Britain's Intelligence Agency, MI6 Nigel West London: Greenhill Books, 2006, £25, h/b The books of 'West' that I have read all have the same problem: he tells you that some of the material comes from past or present intelligence officers and hints that in those sections you are getting 'the real inside story'. Somewhere along the way, for example, I have acquired the idea that his second and third books, MI5: A Matter of Trust and MI6 were both something like in-house histories, given ...
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