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... useful and interesting background information. Having worked in America and used the (much stronger) US Freedom of Information Act, Heather Brookes is able to make comparisons between the situation here and in the US with regard to secrecy and the availability of various types of information: Too often our civil liberties are invaded on the basis of protecting national security' .. .. The FOIA may help to curb this abuse because it adds a public interest test to the national security exemption. However, there are many obstacles to the public's right to know in this area. Firstly, most security services are absolved from the public interest test by virtue of s23 of the FOIA [the ...
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... , 43 , 45 ) have followed Malcolm Kennedy's case. The human rights organisation Liberty took his complaint about interference with his communications and other forms of surveillance and harassment, to the Investigatory Powers Tribunal. The IPT is the body set up under the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act 2000 (RIPA) to hear complaints relating to conduct by the Security and Intelligence agencies, and complaints about phone-tapping. It also deals with claims under the Human Rights Act 1998, s7(1 )( a ) that a public authority has acted in a manner incompatible with a Convention right. In this case it was claimed that the Convention right guaranteed by Article 8(1 ), ...
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443. Spies, Lies and Whistleblowers [Lobster #49 (Summer 2005)]
... It is hard to see' this book because a lot of the material, especially in the first half, is familiar, half-remembered from the press reporting of the Shayler-Machon drama and the book Defending the Realm by Nick Fielding and Mark Hollingsworth. Nonetheless, familiar or not, this is a devastating critique of the British security services and the political system which is nominally in charge of them. The only agencies which come well out of this are regional Special Branches, who are presented as reliable and sensible. The rest are incompetent mind-bogglingly incompetent at times self-serving, venal, or all three. This happens this is allowed to happen because ...
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444. The view from the bridge [Lobster #49 (Summer 2005)]
... pp. 336-7 ) on his attendance at the 1995 Bilderberg conference. Of this he writes: I am sent by the Blair office as none of the front-line Labour spokesmen can go'. Oddly or not Bilderberg is not in the index. Generalissimo Somehow it was terribly cheering to learn from a posting by the National Security Archive ( [1 ] )that General Pinochet had used multiple aliases and false identification to maintain over 125 secret bank accounts at the Riggs National Bank and eight other financial instit-utions in the United States. ' Saviour of the nation? Defender of Christianity? Just another brutal, bent, South American dictator bought by the Americans ...
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445. Beyond 'The Da Vinci Code' [Lobster #49 (Summer 2005)]
... .uk (Issue 49) Summer 2005 Last | Contents | Next Issue 49 Beyond The Da Vinci Code One of the aims of this column is to open up new lines of enquiry for parapolitical specialists. It might seem very odd to start with the name of Reinhard Gehlen, long-since dead founder of the BND, the German Security Service. Reinhard Gehlen, to over-simplify a very complex tale, bought his way into the Western intelligence fraternity by handing over extensive files on anti-Soviet intelligence networks behind enemy lines in 1945/6 . ( [1 ] ) What brought Gehlen to mind was a mischievous little article in a recent edition of the French ...
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446. Michael Ledeen again [Lobster #49 (Summer 2005)]
... for similar intervention in Iran and Syria. Ledeen was a regular contributor on terrorism and the defence of Ariel Sharon's Israel in The Daily Telegraph and The Spectator when Conrad Black was owner. In the April 3 2005 radio interview with Los Angeles public radio KPFK, Vincent Cannistraro, the former CIA head of counterterrorism and intelligence director at the National Security Council under President Reagan, was asked about the Niger documents. This was in the context of deficient US intelligence in Iraq and the unreliability of exiles and defectors, and the source code-named Curveball, in particular. Cannistraro said of former CIA chief George Tenet: He was very concerned about getting along with the administration.. ...
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447. Gordon Brown [Lobster #49 (Summer 2005)]
... and is offered by Bower. The Bilderberg connection is missing here. Did Bower omit it? Or is he simply still unaware of this? On p. 342 Bower offers this summary of Brown's policy in recent years. Instead of the government accumulating debt to stimulate the economy, he would encourage an explosion of personal debt through cheap loans secured against rising house prices, and accumulate over 120 billion of PFI and rail debt off the government's balance sheet; and to keep unemployment down, he would use taxes to increases the numbers employed by the state'. This is part of what has happened (or is one way of describing what has happened). But was this ...
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448. Iraq [Lobster #49 (Summer 2005)]
... [4 ] ) Causus belli In issue 90 of FT, the colour supplement of The Financial Times, of 29 January 2005, ( [5 ] )there was an article, War Stories' by Carne Ross, who was, in his own words, the British "expert" on Iraq for the UK delegation to the UN Security Council responsible for policy on both weapons inspections and sanctions against Iraq' from 1998 to 2002. His account of the events leading up to war, with much fancy footwork and with nods to Thomas Kuhn's paradigm shift' and Leo Strauss, tells us that basically we are wrong it is a fiction' to expect our civil servants and ...
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... by MI6. ( [22] ) Indeed, as the Australian analyst Rob Barton has told us, the JIC Chair, John Scarlett was still trying to get false and dubious' intelligence put in the report of the Iraq Survey Group after the invasion had been successful. ( [23] ) Notes [21] At the National Security Archive site, <www.gwu.edu/~nsarchiv/NSAEBB/NSAEBB8/nsaebb8i.htm> [22] See, for example, Richard Norton-Taylor, We got it wrong on Iraq WMD, intelligence chiefs finally admit', The Guardian 8 April , 2005 [23] See Iraq' in this issue ...
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... scale of things, the death of an intelligence officer in Iraq is minor when compared to the loss of the thousands of innocents. However, and accepting that most intelligence officers and those with whom they liaise in conflict situations accept the adverse conditions and recognise they can be pawns in national/international games, he had the right to operate secure in the knowledge that he would not be shot by an ally intent on delivering its message'. Mission Accomplished'Meantime, the Church of Rome continues to offer one of the best guides to effective international persuasion there is. For example, the depiction of the Crucifixion of Christ is one of the finest Mission Accomplished' statements to ...
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