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... outside the service (1978) Closed the Foreign Office's Information Research Department (IRD) (1977) Cut off the Economic League's access to MI5 information (and, by inference, the access of the other private intelligence agencies) (1978) It would be encouraging to have this version of events confirmed. What to do about the state's security services should be high on the agenda of the next non-Tory government - of whatever composition. And if a Labour government looks likely in the run-up to the next general election, on our analysis of the middle 1970s, it would hardly be a surprise if similar techniques were to appear during the election campaign. * ...
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72. Appendix 2: the Pinay Circle [Lobster #11 (Apr 1986)]
... of Mrs Thatcher in the UK and Strauss in West Germany. ISC records from as early as 1972 mention efforts by the Pinay Circle to generate moral and financial support for ISC: Crozier was apparently hoping for 20,000 from the Circle in 1973 - a large contribution by ISC's standards. The Circle paid for an ISC study "European Security and the Soviet Problem". Further correspondence from 1975 shows the Circle active in organising meetings in "Madrid, Rome, Milan, Brussels and Bonn .. .. with the object of raising money for the Institute (ie ISC) and enhancing its reputation." (Time Out 27 June 1975) Last | Contents | Next ...
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... Ross McWhirter 'Inter-City Research'. There were also links with The Monday Club and ISC. (Time Out 29 August 1975) The British representative of Interdoc at the London office during the sixties and early seventies was Major Charles Howard Ellis. Ellis' intelligence career went back to Czarist Russia. During WW2 he worked for Stephenson's British Security Co-ordination in the US. Post-war he rose to no.3 in the MI6 hierarchy and ended his career weeding MI6 files. He had been recommended to Interdoc by ex MI6 head Stuart Menzies. While working for Interdoc, 'with the other chaps' Ellis put together an 'action group', keeping it 'private and ...
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... is an outline of his activities in Nugent and King (1979) pp80-83. Self-Help appeared on the fringes of the recent miners' strike. See for example, Guardian 14 November 1984. Templer's connections with domestic anti-communism go back to his membership of the 1961 committee under the Chairmanship of Lord Radcliffe which reviewed security procedures for the civil service. (i .e . how to keep the reds out of the civil service.) (Pincher 1978 p 335) State Research No 11 p 76 At the original 1954 meeting of the Bilderberg group were Colin Gubbins, wartime head of the Special Operations Executive and, in our context, a member ...
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75. Appendix 1: ISC, FWF, IRD [Lobster #11 (Apr 1986)]
... Frank Wisner of OPC/CIA had worked there before he went into intelligence, as had Kermit Roosevelt's grandfather. (5 ) (Kermit Roosevelt, who is perhaps best known for his role in the coup in Iran) went round America's largest corporations asking, "Are you patriotic?", raising money for the CIA front companies and securing the use of their trusts and foundations. (6 ) Directors of Forum World Features were: the late Samuel Culver Park Jnr., Chairman of the Whitney Communications Corporation and a trustee of Whitney's charitable trust from which he resigned in 1974; Walter Avery Kernan, attorney; Thomas Coolidge, attorney; Murray Mindlin - who was company ...
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76. World Parafascism and the U.S. Chile Lobby [Lobster #12 (Sep 1986)]
... the public relations office of Marvin Liebman on Madison Avenue, and - on the inside - the Congressional power mustered by Senator Strom Thurmond. This coalition is strengthened inside Congress by the pay-off system refined most recently by the unregistered South Korean lobbyist, Tongsun Park, and outside it by the old military-industrial coalition, the American Security Council. All four elements have worked in collaboration since the days when Chinese nationalist gold, via a Mafia-tainted public relations firm, first made Richard Nixon a senator in 1950. (123) Take, for example, the American-Chilean Council (ACC) which Marvin Liebman founded in 1975, for a Chilean fee of ...
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77. Tolerated Crime and Tolerated Murder [Lobster #12 (Sep 1986)]
... was able to predict confidently that he would escape conviction. So he did - until new narcotics charges in 1958. The only witness in the murder case was conveniently murdered while in protective custody in a Brooklyn jail. (5 ) A vigorous prosecution of the Tresca case was even less likely than of the earlier murder case, since national security could easily rationalise the decision not to risk exposing any intelligence-Mafia contacts in court. The same intelligence-Mafia background overshadows the Galindez affair. We now know that in 1961, when the U.S .- CIA shifted from Trujillo to those around him, three M1 carbines were provided by the U.S . Embassy ...
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... has a very direct bearing on the career of Orlando Bosch, who boasts of having collaborated with the AAA in the murder of two Cuban diplomats as late as August 1976. (66) It is quite possible that this collaboration was facilitated through the international narcotics traffic, since both Lopez Rega and Bosch, along with other high-level security figures in Latin America, have been accused of financing their anti-Communist activities in part through cocaine. (67) Bosch's daughter and son-in-law, Miriam and Carlos Rogers, were arrested in June 1977 on charges of smuggling cocaine, while his other son-in-law, Ruben Blinder, is said to ...
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... . Though the essay starts from events of the seventies (Watergate, the murder of Orlando Letelier in Washington, the Nixon war on drugs) which have since passed into history, the essay also builds to a general overview of transnationalised backing for right-wing repressive forces, or parafascists, that operate on the fringes of state intelligence and security systems. Except in details, I have not attempted to update the essay, whose general thesis has been unfortunately only too corroborated by ensuing events. The assassins of Letelier did in fact go to jail, but with sentences that were either token, or soon reversed in higher courts. On a higher level, the fall of the ...
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... CIA's 'world-wide infrastructure' of political influence has repeatedly served to foster right-wing coups, foreign and domestic lobbies for repression, arms sales, and, most recently, wars by proxy. I agree, therefore, with the more radical conclusions of Morton Halperin and his colleagues in another Washington think tank, the Centre for National Security Studies, that it is time to end the clandestine government, with its consequent lawlessness, which is represented by the secret charter of the U.S . intelligence agencies The recent exposures have revealed a reality that does not come close to justifying the wounds that clandestine government inevitably inflicts on the body politic .. . Spies and covert ...
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