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121. SISies: MI6 & A Life: A. J. Ayer (Book reviews) [Lobster #40 (Winter 2000/1)]
... the Guards to SOE in Baker Street and then, two weeks before Pearl Harbour, to British Security Coordination in New York where his intelligence career began in earnest. He worked on the South American desk under Bill Deakin, later the head of St. Antony's College, Oxford, a college which retained throughout the Cold War a reputation as spook-connected. Ayer remained close to Deakin throughout his life, as he did with many other intelligence personnel first met at this time. His main work with BSC involved researching and writing reports on the various left and right-wing groupings operating in South America. These reports would later provide the basis for the CIA's operations in South ...
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122. Private Warriors (Book review) [Lobster #40 (Winter 2000/1)]
... short sections on some UK firms; a chapter on Alexander Haig's post-government career in this field; and a chapter on the revolving door between the Pentagon and the arms corporations. The private sector has become increasingly involved in the use of military force abroad (a ) because of greater deniability - the same motive which produced 'private' spooks in the intelligence field, - and (b ) because of the political sensitivity of American casualties abroad. If someone is going to come home in a body bag, better it be a mercenary than a citizen. The cynicism of the American arms companies is breathtaking. Having lost the Soviet 'threat' they simply commissioned the invention a ...
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123. Lobster Issue 40: Contents [Lobster #40 (Winter 2000/1)]
... 2009) Clandestine Caucus (1996) About Lobster Subscribe See also... © 2001 Lobster Contents | Cover Image Rebranding SIS SISies MI6: Fifty Years of Special Operations A Life: A. J. Ayer Disinformation: From Euros to UFOs The Citizen Smith case The View from the Bridge Ellsberg and McKoy: the clash of the icons Spook-wise: MI6 and Clare Short Historical notes on MI5, Hess and Chile Listen, Marxist: the LM mystery What Price National Security?: Conference Report Books Ten Thirty Three: The Inside Story of Britain's Secret Killing Machine in Northern Ireland Unfinished Business: state killings and the quest for truth Sex and Rockets: the occult world ...
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... is referred to twice, once as a 'disillusioned socialist intellectual' (p . 372) - an absurd description for a man who, by his own admission, spent virtually the whole of the post-war period working for British and American intelligence. His role in educating Thatcher on security and intelligence issues with his Shield group of old spooks is omitted and his memoir is not included in the author's bibliography. ISC and NAFF are referred to once and there is no reference to the intelligence agencies' role in either. G. K. Young is omitted, the Monday Club gets half a line; and so forth. Reading Campbell's book you would never know, for ...
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... Parsons. This was quickly confirmed after he joined the OTO. There are a number of possible leads here; unfortunately Carter pursues none of them. Hubbard could have been an unbalanced destructive figure who happened to bump into Parsons and his colleagues with predictable consequences. He could have been a simple confidence trickster. Equally he could have been a spook ensuring that Parsons was (a ) investigated at close range, (b ) financially ruined and (c ) eased out of rocket research. Or he could have been a combination of all three. L. Fletcher Prouty says in the book that he thinks Hubbard's service records may have been 'sheep dipped'. Whatever the history of ...
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126. Rebranding SIS [Lobster #40 (Winter 2000/1)]
... . This is one of the reasons why some of the dissident groups operating in the UK are not taught how to leave the shadows. Instead, they are filled with paranoia and terror, to keep them in their victim-dependent box. Take, for example, Iraqi dissident groups (rightly shamed by infighting, infiltration and association with spooks - not that they could avoid the last of those) all of whom, apparently, have succumbed to Saddam Hussein's belly-dancing spies. (21) Their pooled knowledge, across continents and over decades, of all the Western intelligence agencies, is voluminous. Today, spooks wipe their hands of them and dump them on 'consultants ...
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127. Spooks [Lobster #41 (Summer 2001)]
... (c ) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 41) Summer 2001 Last | Contents | Next Issue 41 Spooks Gecas and Special Branch A wonderful example of the reach and power of intelligence connections was provided in January. Why did the British state refuse to extradite Anton Gecas, the WW2 Lithuanian war criminal, to the Soviet Union in 1976? Turns out not only had Gecas worked for SIS at the end of WW2, he'd worked for Special Branch in the 1970s, snitching on the miners during the miners' strike of 1974! A report in the Edinburgh daily paper, The Scotsman (15 January), said: 'Although Gecas was named ...
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128. The View from the Bridge [Lobster #41 (Summer 2001)]
... transport was horse which could do what, 20-30 miles a day at most? What did the messages sent between members of the inner core say: Next meeting in Vienna in three months? Book lovers?Something we hear occasionally is the idea that, faced with the publication of a book whose contents they don't like, the spooks rush round buying up all the copies after it has been published. Gordon Winter's Inside BOSS is said to be an example of this. (It is certainly very hard to find second-hand, though the blizzard of writs which followed its publication may have something to do with that.) In January the American researcher Mike Ruppert ...
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129. Lobster Issue 41: Contents [Lobster #41 (Summer 2001)]
... wars? (US Military weather modifications The Malcolm Kennedy Case - Update RIP 'The Fourth Decade & Probe' The People Zapper (Microwave beam device) The Real Gemstone File Elvis has left the building: Political Perspectives on the Fall of Polly Peck Spies and children A Political Journey Historical Notes De Courcy, Pilcher and Hess The 1949 sterling crisis Spooks Gecas and Special Branch The amazing Mr Logan MI5 miscellany Shayler backs Peter Wright The right stuff Twitchers or traitors? Moscow Gold Is that FRU as in frug? The View from the Bridge Getting it right: the security agencies in modern society Was the 1974 oil price hike engineered by the Bilderberg group Jim Hougan's Watergate Theory Tested in Court ...
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130. Feedback [Lobster #41 (Summer 2001)]
... distinction between the OTO and avowedly racist groups such as the ONT. Crowley did do propaganda work for Viereck (who had nothing to do with the OTO), but there's a good argument to be made that A.C . also snitched on Viereck's activity to British intelligence. L. Ron Hubbard, I am convinced, was no spook - just a con man who fleeced Parsons. Parsons had to sell his mansion, which deprived Aleister Crowley of a large chunk of his income. (Boarders paid Parsons rent, which was turned over to A. C.) Crowley, being his usual self-centered self, got so pissed off he kicked Parsons out of ...
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