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... Elders group, while Brierley sells 10% of Watties to the NZ Dairy Board -- stage set for land takeover and establishment of the Corporate Farm. Bunting and Brierley merge with Brierley taking direct control of Ariadne (Aust). New company floated -- Equiticorp. Registered in Hong Kong by chairman Hawkins to extend 'laundry' operations with Security Pacific National Bank. Hawkins previously associated with Khassoggi when Corporate Secretary of Marac, and linked with Renouf through their stockholdings in CBA Finance which also a partner in Commercial Pacific Trust with United California Bank. Hawkins forms umbrella company with Chase Corp -- Jedi Investments and Teltherm and begins settings up a maze of crossholding companies, dummy corporations ...
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142. Wallace on Pincher on Wallace [Lobster #21 (May 1991)]
... it conceals the fact that I had been working for Information Policy from 1971. Peter Broderick's re-organisation of the Army Information Services, which transferred me to Information Policy, was, as he told the Civil Service Appeal Board, simply making formal an arrangement that had existed on an informal basis for several years. The MOD and the security services had, therefore, three years experience of my work with that unit before I was formally transferred to it on promotion. It is significant that neither MOD nor the security services prevented that transfer. p. 160 'Clockwork Orange attempted to link the IRA with the KGB and other foreign intelligence agencies supplying weapons and explosives. Wallace, ...
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... 'You don't investigate people for why they think but for what they do. ' - former Attorney General Benjamin Civiletti (1 ) Introduction If nothing else, the Iran-Contra scandal temporarily illuminated the extent to which ostensibly private organizations have been helping secretive elements within the American government -- in this case the core of the executive branch's national security bureaucracy -- to circumvent Congressional restrictions regarding the conduct of certain important aspects of U.S . foreign policy. Information that has surfaced in the course of both official and unofficial investigations of this affair has not only revealed the widespread use of 'proprietaries' and dummmy companies by U.S . intelligence and military personnel -- a ...
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... the manipulation of Loyalist paramilitaries for counter terror. My conclusions may not please people in both communities or some of the left in Britain, but I believe it has to be said that the vast majority of the conspiracy theories in this regard are inaccurate and in some instances are a deliberate creation of black propaganda for the purpose of discrediting the security forces. ' (pp. xix-xx) After such an opening statement it comes as no surprise to see Dillon's dismissive scepticism about British dirty tricks extending to the allegations made by Colin Wallace and Fred Holroyd. Dillon follows the current 'establishment line' - fudge on Wallace, slam Holroyd. The key position held by Wallace in ...
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145. The Terrorism Industry (Book review) [Lobster #21 (May 1991)]
... , Control Risks Janke/Goss/Clutterbuck) and the Research Foundation for the Study of Terrorism (Wilkinson). Non-UK groups include the Centre for Conflict Studies and Mackenzie Institute in Canada (Charters/Tugwell), the Jonathan Institute and Jaffee Centre in Israel; and in America, the Georgetown CSIS, Heritage Foundation, American Security Council (Singlaub/Stilwell), the International Security Council (Moonies), the Nathan Hale Institute and Rand Corporation. It also covers transnational groups such as the Pinay Circle. This list should convince you that this book is a mine of information: essential reading for those interested in covert propaganda or terrorism. David Teacher The Terrorism ...
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... (c ) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 22) November 1991 Last | Contents | Next Issue 22 Fascism, the Security Service and the Curious Careers of Maxwell Knight and James McGuirk Hughes John Hope The idea that the Security Service, MI5, colluded with British fascism in the inter-war years is not to be found in the existing literature on the subject. On the contrary the fascists are depicted as the victims, rather than the beneficiaries of MI5's attentions. MI5, it is generally argued, viewed fascism as a potential danger to state and national security against which it acted once that potential became actual. This, it is stated ...
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147. Willy Brandt: the "Good German" [Lobster #22 (Nov 1991)]
... was an emigre and therefore suspect in many eyes. This was used in 1961 when, in one of the dirtiest political campaigns in post-war Germany, the conservative CDU/CSU parties called Brandt "a traitor to the fatherland'. Nazi propaganda that emigres were untrustworthy had a lasting effect. This unease even extended into the West's security agencies. In 1967 the first of the CANZAB (Canada, New Zealand, Australia, Britain) conferences of the heads of the counter-intelligence departments, was held in Australia. MI5 Director-General Martin Furnival-Jones informed the assembled intelligence chiefs that Peter Wright had broken some old Soviet wartime radio traffic known as VENONA and ...
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148. Plotting for Peace and War (Book review) [Lobster #22 (Nov 1991)]
... but it was also waged with Machiavellian cunning. Churchill knew that Tyler Kent, a coding clerk at the US Embassy in London, had stolen copies of his correpondence with Roosevelt. Had the details of Kent's treachery been released the full extent of Roosevelt's departure from strict neutrality would have become apparent to the American people and the President's chances of securing re-election in November 1940 would have been seriously damaged. Churchill used this threat to blackmail Roosevelt into providing material support for the British war effort -- with the ultimate objective of dragging America into the conflict. Although Churchill succeeded in squashing the peace feelers put out by Butler and Halifax during the summer of 1940 he was unable ...
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... enemy's enemy...Owen Wilkes Introduction The mid 1970s was not a good time to be a social democratic ally of the United States. In Britain we had "the Wilson plots'; in Australia Gough Whitlam, Jim Cairns and the Australian Labour Party got Governor Kerr and the CIA; in Germany Willi Brandt resigned after a "security scandal'; in New Zealand a series of domestic scandals blighted the Labour Party. Were these events connected? Co-ordinated? If so -- and there is no evidence yet -- what was the mechanism? The CANZAB counter-intelligence conferences begun in the 1960s look interesting.... Below, Owen Wilkes discusses ...
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150. Splinter Factor [Lobster #22 (Nov 1991)]
... co.uk (Issue 22) November 1991 Last | Contents | Next Issue 22 Splinter Factor In the collection, Contemporary British History 1931-61, reviewed in this issue, there is an essay by Richard Aldrich of Salford University, one of the small but growing number of British academics trying to incorporate the activities of the intelligence and security services into post-war British history. In his essay on the Special Operations Executive (SOE) after the end of the Second World War, Aldrich writes that 'the idea of destabilizing parts of Eastern Europe had clearly achieved a measure of interdepartmental support by November 1948 when the Russia Committee, under Gladwyn Jebb .. .. ' ...
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