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... ) Counter Terrorist Intelligence Centre's 'secret' team in London is a candidate for briefings to the media on various alleged Islamists; and, if so, it beats me why the press might collude in keeping its existence (rather than its personnel) secret. This network has been operating since 2002 and has motive and means for anti-Islamist propaganda operations and for the laundering of Guantanamo and Arab states' security and intelligence information. It is allegedly a Franco-US funded operation. Given what we know about political warfare techniques, it is reasonable to ask why the media insists on being complicit in this lack of accountability. Is it, as I suspect, the fear that ...
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... go. This was the Union for Democratic Control (UDC). And when I first come across the term 'public diplomacy' the UDC came to mind. But in the case of 'public diplomacy', while public does mean open, diplomacy doesn't mean diplomacy. 'Public diplomacy' is a recent term for a range of activities hitherto called propaganda, public relations, advertising and psy-ops. So while this book could have been been about the CIA, IRD, the National Endowment for Democracy (NED) and its little UK cousin, the Westminster Foundation for Democracy, and all those American interventions in the Soviet bloc since the fall of the Berlin Wall, installing pro ...
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103. What is Opus Dei? (book review) [Lobster #51 (Summer 2006)]
... do they put so much effort into educating those they see as the next generation of the ruling class (and converting existing members) if not for the political leverage that gives them in promoting their particular reactionary policies? The book has certain problems which will make it difficult for some to read, not the least the constant repetition of Francoist propaganda regarding the Spanish Civil War; and it contains the following statement regarding the war in the former Yugoslavia, on p. 201 'Naturally, the Vatican feared Serbia as a predominantly Muslim nation, its threat was far greater than "Christian" Croatia' (emphasis added). Now the author is here discussing a theory put forward by ...
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... the organisation funded Militant Liberty, an anti-communist film that would be used through-out the world by the Department of Defense. ( [11] ) Meanwhile other target audiences could be presented with the drama of a showdown between democracy and totalitarianism which used the categories of individualism and collectivism in a slightly different way. The cultural propaganda developed for use in Western Europe took a shape not so different from that of Cold War Christianity, although the details were strikingly different. The early exponents of American 'soft power' allied themselves with artistic individualism against statist conformity, a division perfectly captured, in painting, in the contrast between abstract expressionism and socialist realism. The Cold ...
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105. Out of the blue and into the black [Lobster #51 (Summer 2006)]
... in Dublin in 2003. At its simplest, and to paraphrase what Irish Labour Leader Pat Rabbitte recently said about Jonty [Johnston] Brown's disclosures, in the Irish Dail in October 2005: when credible allegations as serious as this are made, they have to be the subject of independent investigation, irrespective of how they might be used as propaganda. What makes Jonty Brown's book convincing is the fact that, like Fred Holroyd, he does not condemn the RUC (the Police Service of Northern Ireland [PSNI] in its previous incarnation) wholesale. Indeed, after 30 years as an RUC detective in Belfast he says that '90% of Special Branch [including most of the ...
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... for organizational efficiency and individual longevity. There is also a set of disorders particularly troubling in democracies, which occur when practices that are considered allowable abroad are brought home: when a foreign intelli-gence service collects and analyzes information about its own citizens, conducts operations at home (assassinations, the destruction of oppositional organizations, the distribution of propaganda) invented for use abroad, or employs at home without due deference to the Constitution other methods to which it has become habituated in the foreign alleys it has frequented. If a diplomat was famously defined as a gentleman employed to lie abroad for his country, all the more is it to be assumed that the profession of secret intelligence ...
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... some within the Washington foreign policy networks. What was the geostrategic point of blaming Bin Laden? The Bush regime's real target was Iraq and their attempts to link Iraq to the Twin Towers were feeble and incompetent. If it was a fake, could they not have manufactured more plausible Iraqi links? Why give al-Qaeda such a massive propaganda victory? And even if blaming al-Qaeda made any kind of sense, why do something so massive and so economically destructive? The same propaganda effect, the same stampeding of Congress, could have been achieved with infinitely less. LBJ stampeded Congress with nothing more than radar contacts between North Vietnamese and US boats in the Gulf of ...
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... thesis that the magazine was a CIA front, he read The New York Times article from 1977 that outed Matthiessen as CIA, using his career as an author only as cover for his intelligence activities.( [1 ] ) Gallagher commented: 'It is true. The Paris Review was a hoax, part of the CIA world-wide propaganda effort. ' Through a friend, Gallagher located James Rentchler, who at first was identified only as a retired Foreign Service officer. Gallagher agreed to approach him on my behalf with questions I had suggested. Rentchler, it turned out was extremely rich, living in Paris and writing his memoirs. The Rentchler family is from Cincinnati, ...
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109. Trouble makers [Lobster #50 (Winter 2005/6)]
... (c ) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 50) Winter 2005/6 Last | Contents | Next Issue 50 Trouble makers The price you pay In his 'Ministers' justification for the banning of an alleged terrorist group is based on propaganda and an outright untruth' in The Guardian, 19 October 2005, former UK Uzbekistan ambassador Craig Murray, who seems bent on making serious trouble for HMG, gave an example of why the British state is willing to eat almost any amount of shit handed to them by the US. 'The UK has no intelligence assets in central Asia. We are dependent on information giv- en to us by the United ...
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... : 'Thus, this strange nexus of mythologist and mind control expert is one of many reference points or "cultural traces" in our strange matrix where the spoor of sinister forces may be discerned. ' But 'nexus' and 'matrix' are like synchronicity, implying causality without demonstrating it. Take another example. The author discuses the wartime OSS propaganda career of the writer Hans Habe and links this to the murder in 1968 of Habe's daughter, Marina. He writes: 'Marina had been known to the Manson family and thus they would have presumably known of her famous father and his activities during the war. ' (emphasis added) From what I have read of the women around ...
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