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... a Ph.D . thesis. At times this shows. The density of the material, while impressive, does now and again generate a feeling of information overload on the part of the reader. Did the publisher rush things, hoping to capitalise on the topicality of the Scott Report? A few revisions with the interested lay reader in mind might have led to a rather more accessible product. All this is a pity because the overall effect is lucid, penetrating and convincing. The five propositions are supported by plenty of documentation. It is very hard to dissent from the author's conclusion, namely, that policy was driven from the centre: all departments shared Margaret Thatcher's well ...
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... . Unbelievably, this operation was wound up the day before the demonstration! Dr Thomas is convinced that the single bullet which killed the police officer was fired from the top two floors of either no. 3, or from no. 8, which had been briefly rented by an American oil company. 'Preposterous trash'To any open-minded viewer, this investigation was bound to make the next day's headlines. In fact, almost all of the rest of the media totally ignored the story. Alive to the complexities of Western/Libyan relationships from their interest in Lockerbie, the silence was broken by the persistent men of British politics, Tam Dalyell and Sir Teddy Taylor. ...
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143. Sources [Lobster #32 (Dec 1996)]
... , on p. 275 there is evidence from a Chinese Communist Party intelligence officer from the pre WW2 era whose 1988 memoir claims (a ) that the American author, Agnes Smedley, was a Comintern agent, and (b ) that Owen Lattimore of the Institute of Pacific Relations was not.. The scale of this project is absolutely mind-boggling and these bulletins are free on request from the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, 1000 Jefferson Drive SW, Washington, DC 20560, USA. E-mail - [email protected] Unclassified is the journal of the Association of National Security Alumni, mentioned before in these columns, most recently by Alex ...
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144. I Couldn't Paint Golden Angels (Book review) [Lobster #32 (Dec 1996)]
... those sections.) The book as whole is an interesting account of the post-war British left, albeit from one particular viewpoint; and, despite odd flashes of score-settling, Meltzer is an amusing raconteur. But a memoir without a name index.....? A metaphor involving tits and a bull comes to mind. Last | Contents | Next ...
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145. SAS: the Stiff Memoir [Lobster #32 (Dec 1996)]
... : 'I thought of using an old trick popular with the various government security services throughout the world. I would knock on his door. When he answered I would club him, sweep him bodily to the window and throw him out head first. ' The inquest verdicts in such cases were invariably 'accidental death' or 'suicide while of unsound mind'. (p . 187). He decided against on this occasion, but hints very strongly that Todd's fatal fall from a window during the Lancaster House talks in London in 1979 might well have been just such an operation. Stiff was particularly eager to kill Joshua Nkomo and was continually perplexed by the refusal of the CI0 to ...
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146. The CIA and radiation experiments on humans [Lobster #32 (Dec 1996)]
... references to the use of radiation as part of their research efforts. Additionally, at least one CIA officer attended the Department of Defense meetings in the early 1950s at which human radiation experiments were discussed in conjunction with atomic bomb testings. The CIA's human behaviour control program was chiefly motivated by perceived Soviet, Chinese, and North Korean use of mind control techniques. The CIA originated its first program in 1950 under the name of BLUEBIRD, which in 1951, after Canada and Britain had been included, was changed to ARTICHOKE. MKULTRA officially began in April 1953 as a clandestine funding mechanism for a large array of human behaviour research. Technically, MKULTRA was closed in 1964, but ...
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... , have little idea there is a formally constituted group at all, let alone one with its own grand agenda. Hence the rather dismissive remarks by people like sixties media guru Marshall McLuhan, who attended a Bilderberg meeting in 1969 in Denmark, that he was 'nearly suffocated at the banality and irrelevance, ' describing them as 'uniformly nineteenth century minds pretending to relate to the twentieth century'. Another of those who have attended, Christopher Price, then Labour MP for Lewisham West, found it 'all very fatuous......icing on the cake with nothing to do with the cake. ' (Eringer 1980, p. 26). Denis Healey, on ...
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... teeth" ' (Guardian, 13 April 1994); 'Tories will dominate "toothless" security services watchdog' (Guardian, 15 December 1994); 'Tories block inquiries into past spying' (Guardian, 27 March 1995). There are a few MPs who know something of the intelligence services: Tam Dalyell and Rupert Allason spring to mind; and others willing to ask awkward questions. None of those were appointed by the leaders of the two main parties to the committee. It would have been simple for the Labour Party to expose the committee as nothing but a piece of Whitehall information management.(8 ) All they had to do was consistently present subjects which the ...
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149. Pipe Dreams: the CIA, Drugs, and the Media [Lobster #33 (Summer 1997)]
... CIA, to turn this history into a non-issue, is scary -- scarier, almost, than the long, lamentable, but extremely well-documented story of CIA involvement with drug traffickers on four continents. This essay will attempt to say something, yet again, both about the major media and about some of the many mind-bending episodes, already on the public record, of CIA-drug-trafficker complicity. How the story broke The CIA's latest trials on this issue began in August 1996 with the now notorious series on crack cocaine in the San José Mercury News. In this series, reporter Gary Webb made the case that the CIA, through ...
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150. Popular Alienation (Book review) [Lobster #33 (Summer 1997)]
... enjoyed this enormously. Steamshovel is hard to describe to anyone who hasn't read it because it contains a mixture of material which has no equivalent in the UK. No. 10, for example contains this sequence of articles: a piece about Gerald Posner's Case Closed; a piece called 'Secret Service Masers Kill and Make Whores' about implants and mind control programmes of the US government, which ought to be a spoof but probably isn't; an interview with a man called Lars Hansson which covers the actor Steven Seagal's odd connections, an alleged CIA assassin who claims to have killed 117 people for the US government between 1943 and 1990, and Gordon Novel and John Lear; a piece ...
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