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131. Feedback [Lobster #42 (Winter 2001/2)]
... Jonathan Moyle, the 'gung ho Queen and country man' you mention in your article on security agencies, who died after making inquiries into a helicopter deal between the Iraqis and Chilean arms dealer Carlos Cardoen. You discuss this as one of several anomalous deaths among intelligence assets in the context of asking why anyone would want to work for the spooks. Naivet is the obvious answer, but you failed to mention that Moyle's death fits into the story of another died-young innocent, Danny Casolaro. Columnist Jack Anderson entitled his report about Moyle 'Another Casualty In the Octopus Case' (Washington Post, August 28, 1991). In fact, arms merchant Ari Ben-Menasche ...
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132. Lobster Issue 43: Contents [Lobster #43 (Summer 2002)]
... Issue #56 (Winter 2008/9 ) Issue #57 (Summer 2009) Clandestine Caucus (1996) About Lobster Subscribe See also... © 2002 Lobster Contents | Cover Image Parafinance: Enron and drilling for red ink Blair and Israel How to Fix an Election Kitson revisited Nazi UFOs Debunked Mind control etc The corporate ex-spook business Obituaries Into the Whitehall maw The View from the Bridge Smearing Robert Henderson Tittle-tattle 1 Tittle-tattle 2 Historical Notes Books Princess Diana: the Hidden Evidence Secret Underground Cities: an account of some of Britain's subterranean defence, factory and storage sites in the Second World War The Politics of Apolitical Culture: The Congress for Cultural ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 14  -  01 Jun 2002  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue43/index.htm
133. The view from the bridge [Lobster #43 (Summer 2002)]
... June 2001 reported that the diaries of Private Lee Clegg, convicted for the murder of two joy riders in Northern Ireland, and a minor cause c l bre for the right and the British Army, disappeared in the mail despite being sent by registered special delivery. One the other hand, please note that not even registered special delivery is spook-proof. Does disinformation work?It does with some journalists. Take Andrew Rawnsley and his lavishly praised Servants of the People: the Inside Story of New Labour (London: Penguin, 2001). On pp. 256 and 7 he gives us a thumbnail sketch of the events leading to the NATO attack on Serbia over Kosovo ...
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134. Tittle-tattle 1 [Lobster #43 (Summer 2002)]
... out of the Cabinet. While Smith merits no mention in the Mowlam book she had lucratively serialised in the Daily Mail, one of her regular guests earns several. Bill Clinton's Secretary of State Madeleine Albright was a rising academic in the United States when Mowlam was there sitting at the feet of 'futurist' Alvin Toffler. Albright helped train young spooks at the Georgetown University School of Foreign Service before moving to its Centre for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), an institution which was largely run by older ones, including Ray Cline from the CIA's operations directorate. The CSIS link to the American Tendency in the Labour Party for many years was Joe Godson, the US labour attach ...
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135. The View from the Bridge [Lobster #45 (Summer 2003)]
... you look up the Security Service, Secret Intelligence Services, GCHQ, in the Index .. .. .you guessed it: all their references are '666'. The book is 550 pages long and it has 1491 column references. How many hours did it take some wonderful civil servant wag to work out how to get all our spooks categorised under the sign of the Devil? When the civil service makes internal jokes, they can seldom be bettered. NATO and Eastern Europe Who wrote the following? 'Nato is now a device to exert control and extract cash. Those who resist, like Belarus, are punished... All eastern European states are required to sell ...
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136. Jim Jones and the Conspiracists [Lobster #46 (Winter 2003)]
... ) That said, my belief that Jones was a government informant is probably not the reason that Dr. Moore corrals me in the conspiracists' ghetto. After all, only a professional idiot would fail to question Jones's bona fides. Even if we overlook his 201 file at the CIA and his strange association with Dan Mitrione (a notorious spook), it is a matter of fact that his life-work culminated in the violent deaths of more than 900 men, women and children of the Left. (4 ) That this catastrophe took place in what might be called 'the age of Cointelpro' seems to me a circumstance sufficiently out of the ordinary as to merit unusual ...
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... within Whitehall but is now conducted in part in the media.(2 ) Like a barium enema, a whistle-blower like Shayler illuminates the nether regions. The fact that the Intelligence and Security Committee of the House of Commons has never taken written or oral statements from Shayler or Richard Tomlinson, the most important insider sources on our spooks in the post-war period, shows precisely how little independence the committee actually has. (3 ) As it was in the hardback, Shayler's critique of MI5 submitted to a Cabinet Office review is one of the appendices. His complaint is that MI5 was was old-fashioned and out of touch. Reading this again I am ...
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... the Labour Party and here's the clue the trade unions. He knew many of the leaders of both; and by the mid 1970s two of the union leaders, Jack Jones and Hugh Scanlon, had been promoted to the status of the front men for a Soviet revolution in the UK in the conspiracy theories of a faction of the British spooks which had Thatcher's ear at the time. If Scanlon-Jones were suspect, so were their associates; and Goodman was one. Hence, I guess, the MI5 file on him and the burglaries he was getting while briefly a member of the Wilson Labour government of 1974-6 . Goodman's obituary of Wilson in the Guardian ( ...
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139. Conspiracy: Plots, Lies and Cover-ups (Book Review) [Lobster #46 (Winter 2003)]
... ....... appears' is about as vague as you can do it and still appear to be saying something. (Were news organisations using video in 1968?) There is no documentation, just a short list of the 'most interesting' books consulted, in which Jim Hougan has become Jim Houghton and his book Spooks has become The Haunting of America, the subtitle of the American edition. Even if the content of the book was accurate, there is a bigger problem with the authorial voice. The author wants us to accept that some conspiracies are real but isn't always willing to decide which ones. The section 'Colin Wallace conspiracy' contains a major ...
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140. The view from the bridge [Lobster #49 (Summer 2005)]
... 19 April 2005, BBC correspondent Frank Gardner said of the person who shot him: 'He didn't see me as a non-partisan reporter who's simply trying to report what's going on. ' Hate to tell you this, Frank, but as the BBC's erstwhile Security Correspondent, and all that implies by way of confidential briefings by the British spooks, I'm not sure you would be my idea of a 'non-partisan reporter', either. Papa!Kevin Koogan e-mailed me about the new Pope, Ratzinger, quoting the New York Times to the effect that Ratzinger had been brought to the Vatican Council at the age of 35 by Cardinal Joseph Frings of Cologne. ...
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