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... the funding of political parties. For Neil, it turns out, is a Eurosceptic, as is fellow inquiry member Peter Shore; and they took the opportunity to recommended that in any future referendums, 'the government should remain neutral'. Cue apoplexy among the pro single currency groups at the prospect of not being able to use the state's propaganda assets in the promised referendum on entry into the single currency. Hugo Young, a man who rarely if ever saw a Foreign Office line he couldn't swallow, unloaded an hysterical couple of thousand words on the subject in the Guardian (20 October 1998). This included the revealing phrase that a referendum on the single currency would 'abandon ...
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142. Britain's Secret Propaganda War (Book review) [Lobster #37 (Summer 1999)]
... (c ) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 37) Sumer 1999 Last | Contents | Next Issue 37 Britain's Secret Propaganda War Paul Lashmar and James Oliver Sutton Publishing, Stroud (UK) 25.00 hb This is a really interesting and important book - perhaps the most important book about the British secret state since Fitzgerald and Bloch's British Intelligence and Covert Action in the early 1980s. The incremental uncovering of the Information Research Department (IRD) story has been one of the continuing threads of British parapolitics since Richard Fletcher's pioneering work on it in the mid 1970s; and for several years now a synthesis of all the extant material on IRD has ...
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143. KAL 007: 16 Years Later [Lobster #37 (Summer 1999)]
... airliner. ' In his book, Alvin Snyder, then a senior official of the U. S. Information Agency (USIA) used the butchered 'transcript' of Osipovich's exchanges with his controller to scab together a televised tape of the exchanges that an apparently unwitting Jean Kirkpatrick was to show the UN's Security Council. The reaction to the Administration's propaganda initiative were immediate. The political strength of the peace movements in both England and Germany, muscular enough to have kept the U. S. 's Pershing II and Cruise missiles out of these countries, suddenly evaporated. Cargo planes loaded with Pershing II's arrived in England within days; then Germany. Cruise missiles followed. Curiously, ...
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144. Churchill and Secret Service (Book review) [Lobster #37 (Summer 1999)]
... primarily responsible!), he only succeeded to the office of Prime Minister at the insistence of the Labour Party, who refused to serve under Chamberlain's candidate, Lord Halifax. This was an historic choice because Halifax would certainly have made peace. Nevertheless Labour's crucial role has been forgotten. Once installed in power, Churchill ensured that all the propaganda resources of the state were devoted to making him synonymous with the British war effort, an exercise that was often bitterly contested at the time, but triumphed once the war was over. Churchill's own six volume history of the Second World War has seriously distorted British understanding of that conflict. A good case can be made that throughout the ...
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145. Lobster Issue 37: Contents [Lobster #37 (Summer 1999)]
... The two Oswalds RAF colluded in Hess flight Patriotism Perverted: Captain Ramsay, the Right Club and British anti-semitism 1939/1940 Churchill and Secret Service The View from the Bridge Official: CIA does mean Cocaine Importing Agency after all Electronic Privacy and the Encryption Debate New Labour Notes KAL 007: 16 Years Later Spooks Books: Britain's Secret Propaganda War Spy Flights of the Cold War This Blessed Plot: Britain and Europe from Churchill to Blair The Irish War: The Military History of a Domestic Conflict Mind Controllers Last Talons of the Eagle Flying Saucers over Los Angeles Philby: The Hidden Years Cowboys into Gentlemen: Rhodes Scholars, Oxford, and the Creation of an American Elite Looking ...
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... in Garmisch Partenkirchen, West Germany - a sort of West Point for spooks. Subsequently, he worked at the U.S . Embassy in Moscow - until he was de-clared persona non grata for suspected espionage activities. Kicked out of the Soviet Union, he went to work for Radio Liberty, a CIA-created and financed propaganda network based in Munich. There, he was Deputy Director of the Soviet Analysis and Broadcasting Section.(52) More recently, Lodeesen was recommended for work with a CIA cover in Hawaii.(53) In a letter to the proprietor of the cover, Lodeesen was described as 'fluent in the principal Russian tongues' and an ...
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147. George Orwell and the IRD [Lobster #38 (Winter 1999)]
... (c ) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 38) Winter 1999 Last | Contents | Next Issue 38 George Orwell and the IRD John Newsinger In their recent history of the Information Research Department (IRD), Paul Lashmar and James Oliver discuss George Orwell's decision to collaborate with that organisation's anti-Communist propaganda operations. They write that 'George Orwell's reputation as a left-wing icon took a body blow from which it may never recover when it was revealed in 1996 that he had cooperated closely with the IRD's Cold Warriors, even offering his own blacklist of eighty-six Communist fellow-travellers... '( 1 ) This echoed the ...
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... placed within the overall development of cultural foreign policy, leading from the Office of War Information to the State Department's Office of International Information and Cultural Affairs (1946) and the Smith-Mundt Act (1948), the latter providing 'the overseas information program with its basic postwar legal foundation' and the beginnings of an orchestrated anti-communist propaganda campaign abroad.(17) These efforts were followed by the massive expansion of the Marshall Plan information programmes (1948-51); Truman's Campaign of Truth, (1950), which Truman himself referred to as 'a sustained, intensified program to promote the cause of freedom against the propaganda of slavery'; the Psychological Strategy Board ...
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149. Nothern Ireland redux [Lobster #38 (Winter 1999)]
... discusses the murder of the IRA man John FrancisGreen by Protestant paramilitaries. Fred Holroyd was told by Captain Robert Nairac that he, Nairac, had been involved in the shooting. Nairac gave him a Polaroid photograph taken of the dead Green. This is awkward for the British state - and Taylor. Acknowledging this would be to give too much propaganda advantage to the IRA. So this is Taylor on Nairac: 'There were rumours and allegations that Captain Robert Nairac, a legendary army intelligence and liaison officer who was later kidnapped and killed by the IRA, was involved in Green's death, but the allegations were never confirmed. It was, as with the Dublin and Monaghan bombings, ...
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... existing Comintern operation/grouping, one in which Maurice Dobb, the openly Communist Cambridge academic, mentioned by Riley and then dismissed, was a central figure. Its initiator was Richard Sorge,on a trip to England in 1929. He'd been on a mission to Los Angeles because Stalin thought the movies had a future as a means of propaganda and mass control. Sorge later gave the Soviets precise timings for the German attack on the Soviet Union and the Japanese attack in the Pacific. Philby publicly ceded Sorge the Soviet spy of the century award and went out of his way to mention that to his regret he'd never met him. He never did. But the Soviets, ...
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