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... . it is beyond what most of us call the law. This does not mean that it is omnipotent. 4 The CIA relies for much if not all of its tacit support upon the willing collaboration of the Establishment and the Counter- Establishment in all its forms and factions. The means for maintaining this collaboration are mastery of language and propaganda and an enormous capacity to reward support (witting or unwitting) and punish opposition. 5 All of the above are attainable because of the degree of organisation and organisational discipline: class-based, bureaucratic and military in nature. The CIA As Organised Crime is a compilation of examples drawn from his detailed case studies. It should motivate the reader ...
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... is not there yet as far as I can see.4 The CCF is the main focus of the book but its reach extends way beyond that into other CIA operations: for example, Operation Chaos against the domestic radical media; and, in the final section, 'Coda: Afghanistan', he shows how former CCF personnel were involved in the propaganda around the American support for the mujahideen in 4 The evidence, transcripts of recordings of JFK and brother Bobby discussing this, is at <http://nsarchive.gwu.edu/NSAEBB/NSAEBB465/>. Afghanistan. It is here that the second striking assertion appears. He notes (p. 262) that Zbigniew Brzezinski, Jimmy Carter's ...
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... Joseph E. Davies. This memoir suggests that the anti-Soviet interests exploited real conflicts within the Communist Party and, by linking real pro-Western conspirators with dissidents loyal to an exiled Trotsky, created the impression that Trotsky was the focus of all opposition to Stalin. The sympathy shown for the infamous 'show trials' coincides with the author's view that their propaganda target was not domestic but foreign: namely that Stalin would not tolerate Western subversion, even if it meant sacrificing loyal communist dissidents to make the point. On the other hand Mission to Moscow – which was filmed by Hollywood and released in 1943 – shows how even the US propaganda machine was able to produce pro-Soviet films. By 1945 ...
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... them is a bit over-ambitious; and they were not even prosecutorial proceedings in the first place. The problem all along was that Tony Blair's unelected PR manager was 50 <http://www.alastaircampbell.org/blog/2016/07/06/many- mistakes-yes-but-no-lies-no-deceit -no-secret-deals-no-sexing-up- and-ultimately-a-matter-of-leaders hip-and-judgement/> involved in the creation of what was effectively military propaganda, while the Cabinet was kept in the dark. And what Sir John said about the WMD scare-story was that such claims 'were presented with a certainty that was not justified', a strong statement indeed from such an eminent mandarin. Mr Campbell still maintains that there was 'no sexing up' of the September Dossier. While it is ...
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... Chomsky. There is no direct British comparison but imagine that Mrs Thatcher's former Chancellor Nigel Lawson now had views on foreign policy similar to those of John Pilger. Something like that. This book is around 100 of his columns over the period 2014/15 during which the US tried to detach the Ukraine from the Russian sphere of influence by propaganda and covert operations, while waging various wars in the Middle East. Roberts analyses the events week by week. He doesn't believe a word the American government or state says: it's all lies, false flags or disinformation. He portrays post-WW2 America as an evil force in the world, killing millions. Though not without faults and errors ...
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... written by Dr Arthur Adams and published in the US and UK in 1952 under the title 'Pobedonostsev's Thought Control' – a correspondence with the purposes of MKUltra that would be discovered immediately by anyone checking on the name's associations.1 5 Between 1961 and 1963, overlapping the creation and publication of Burgess's novel, Dr Adams was policy director of the CIA-funded propaganda station Radio Free Europe, broadcasting to Soviet satellite states.16 So the name of vellocet's inventor is associated with repression, and the contemporary academic who calledn Pobedonostev a practitioner of 'thought control' was involved in a contemporaneous CIA propaganda project aimed at undermining the USSR. This, then, is a significant cluster of associations. The Ludovico treatment A ...
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7. Holding pattern [Free Issue]
... ://www.newstatesman.com/politics/2007/09/mi6-mi5- intelligence-briefings> or more in manpower.’ (Emphasis in the original.) Could it merely be coincidence that this was published exactly one week before the start of the new financial year? On the other hand, one might consider that MI5's strategic use of AP to get its propaganda broadcast into as many newsrooms as possible represents shrewd economic thinking, only having to pay for one journalistic lunch instead of several. More serious than MI5's rattling of the collection box is the question of AP's behaviour as a conduit for propaganda. As Nick Davies put it: 'When the Queen wants to talk to the world, she gives ...
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... to create an alternative narrative in which it's not just good guys (NATO) and bad guys (Russia). Take Ukraine. Introducing an essay on Ukraine by Jonathan Marshall, Robert Parry at the Consortiumnews wrote: 'Few Americans understand the ugly history behind the Nazi-affiliated movements that have gained substantial power in today's U.S.– backed Ukrainian regime. Western propaganda has made these right-wing extremists the 36 Section A paragraph 4 of the long document at <http://www.consilium.europa.eu/en/meetings/european- council/2016/02/18-19/>. 37 <http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3456522/RAF-stole-rain- says-Cyprus-British-military-bizar rely-accused-interfering-weather- Tornado-Typhoon-aircraft-fly.html#ixzz40q9pKure> 38 For example ...
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... with such brutal honesty, however, because this is not a radical honesty, but rather a realpolitik honesty. Kilcullen speaks truth to power not to humble the powerful, but to enable them to exercise their power more effectively. US imperial interests are best served by an unblinking engagement with the real nature of affairs, rather than with a propaganda version. But this honesty only stretches so far. There is no unblinking engagement, for example, with the problems that the Saudi regime has caused – and will continue to cause – for the United States in the Middle East. Saudi influence in the US (and in Britain) is so strong that the regime's part in contributing ...
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... , he began to waffle in his customary fashion. He spoke of NHS investment plans and the appointment of Sir Magdi Yacoub to head a new scholarship scheme. Most of the sketch-writers who reported the moment saw it as typical of New Labour's desire to "spin". Ask Blairites a direct question, and they will start force-feeding you with propaganda about their glorious achievements in health, transport and good old education.’ 1 Wilson's view is very much Bower's. Broken Vows tells us that the man once called 'Bambi' was perhaps as empty-headed as the epithet suggests. And of course, wrong-headed, too, about so many things. Bowers writes with regret – the regret of a Labour ...
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