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... charge of the technology. Analysing, isolating, and interfering with the "ALPHA" wavelengths of the human collective unconscious was part of the set-up. The name of the establishment is Fort Bliss. The word 2 Blake Morrison, reviewing Lewis's biography in The Guardian, mentions that he had been told the same thing by a retired security officer. See <https://www.theguardian.com/books/2002/nov/09/ biography.highereducation>. bliss appears on page twenty-nine of Burgess's novel no less than six times. ' Lewis's reaction to this information is expressed in his description of himself 'polishing my glasses with the fat end ...
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... Facilitating Tyranny? Glenn Greenwald and the creation of the NSA's 'Panopticon' Citizenseven No Place to Hide: Edward Snowden, the NSA and the Surveillance State Glenn Greenwald London: Hamish Hamilton, 2014 Since becoming the conduit for the trove of classified documents from former National Security Agency (NSA) contractor Edward Snowden, Greenwald's public profile has increased immeasurably.1 In 2013 he was joint winner of the George Polk Award for National Security Reporting and in 2014 the Guardian received a Pulitzer prize for the reporting he led on the Snowden revelations.2 Curiously, for someone who once wrote a book taking issue with the emergence of a judicial environment that clearly favours the rich, Greenwald has ...
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... that were deemed as 'weak in the face of the Communist threat'? The paranoid mindset prevalent in the Foreign Office at 10 Dorril, MI6 (see note 8) p. 100. 11 See pp. 63/4 of John L. Bebber, 'Nazi Allies: The United States Recruitment of Nazis after World War II' in Security and Intelligence Studies Journal, Vol. 3 No. 1, Spring 2015. Apologist articles for this behaviour are still appearing today. See, for example, <https://www.yahoo.com/news/reinhard-gehlen-friendly-enemy- 080000213.html>. 12 Some details regarding ME42 are at ...
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... 2 Michael Bloch, Jeremy Thorpe (London: Little, Brown, 2014) There's also a lot of material that he has left out. Let's take but one example, that of Jack Straw, former president of the National Union of Students, who at the time was working as a 'special adviser' to Barbara Castle, the Social Security minister. Harold Wilson, the PM, wanted to see Norman Scott's social security file, probably in an attempt to clarify Scott's relationship with Thorpe, and asked Castle to obtain it. This was a highly irregular request and Castle declined to it herself. Instead, she delegated the task to Straw who willingly obliged. When they later ...
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55. Holding pattern [Free Article]
... car accident that befell UKIP leader Nigel Farage in October 2015, and the apparent background to the incident, I received a very interesting e-mail from David Challice, party administrator at UKIP head office. Mr Challice wrote: 'I can assure you that for years we have been aware of the story concerning UKIP having some members of the Security Services in its ranks. The short answer is that the story was probably true and that it would be surprising if SIS (or whoever) had not put some of their people into the Party in order to monitor and report back. Although I cannot prove it, I am reasonably certain that every phone call made from Head Office ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 90  -  24 May 2016  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/free/lobster71/lob71-holding-pattern.pdf
... treats and luxuries available. The coffee and the restaurants are better – but the essentials of life are harder to find than ever: a good life and an honest place; a solid, modest home big enough to house a small family in a peaceful, orderly landscape; good local schools open to all who need them; reasonably paid secure work for this generation and the next; competent government and wise laws. These have become luxuries, unattainable for millions who once took them for granted. ' And there was Paul Mason, no longer working for mainstream TV, going to back to his radical roots,1 8 in a piece, 'Smash the mafia elite: we ...
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... scale networks were instigated by MI6 in 1940. Section D recruited some men for their civilian Home Defence Scheme, and there was an even smaller Section VII. The Auxiliary Units, however, were a much larger scale operation than either Section D or Section VII. Any such large-scale effort within the UK border by one of the security agencies would have more naturally been the responsibility of MI5, but they were already stretched to full capacity in attempting to monitor both German and Communist agents who were already in place.5 Roughly 3,000 men were eventually recruited into the Auxiliary Units. Initially these volunteers were already serving in the Home Guard but they were soon augmented ...
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58. Apocryphilia (Summer 2016) [Free Article]
... Chris Fay, formerly a Labour councillor in Greenwich (1986- 1990) who was eventually expelled from the Labour Party and later jailed for being party to a fraud perpetrated against old age pensioners.4 It also appears to be the case that both 3 The press reported that the brother of Danczuk's ex-partner – who works as a security guard in the Manchester area – was being charged with historical sex offences dating back twenty-five years. See The Daily Mirror and The Independent 28 October 2015. The parallels with the type of material found in the celebrity magazines at the till in supermarkets are irresistible. 4 See The Times and The Sunday Times 10 and 11 October ...
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59. The View from the Bridge (Winter 2015) [Lobster #70 (Winter 2015) (free)] [Free Article]
... including the BBC, ran a story about the late Cedric Belfrage, claiming he was a Soviet spy, 'the sixth man'. Christopher Andrew was among those prominently quoted supporting this thesis. The estimable John Simkins published a devastating rebuttal of this, pointing out that Belfrage has been leaking material to the Soviets on instruction from BSC (British Security Co-ordination).1 Simkins included this killer paragraph: 'If Gordon Corea [of the BBC] and the other journalists working on this story had carried out a simple search for "Cedric Belfrage" on the Net they would have arrived at my fully documented page on Cedric Belfrage and would have found evidence that contradicted the SIS ...
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60. The Oswald Code (Book review)(Winter 2015) [Lobster #70 (Winter 2015) (free)] [Free Article]
... explained. But it never comes. Then Gerry Patrick Hemming appears on the stage, described by Weberman as a 'fascinating dude', who confided in him all sorts of Big Secrets; but Weberman doesn't realise he is being toyed with. Oswald worked for a time in Dallas at Jaggars-Chiles- Stoval, a firm that undertook classified security typesetting for the US government. The address of the company together with their phone number is in the address book and underneath Oswald has written micro dots. Well, big deal. So what? Weberman comments: 'An FBI document dated October 2, 1964, revealed that the Bureau examined photographs of Oswald in the USSR and his Russian ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 14  -  22 Oct 2015  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/free/lobster70/lob70-oswald-code.pdf
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