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... 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 (4) in ...
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... be kept 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 still no clearer as ...
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83. Iraq misc. [Lobster #46 (Winter 2003)]
... of the document to various departments. The usual suspects are there: SIS, MI5, GCHQ and MOD get between 7 copies for MI5 and 20 copies for MI6. But also listed are 32 (yes 32) copies for the DTI. Why? I wonder. Some kind of export initiative?' Or the DTI is full of spooks under cover? Hearing No. 10 spokesman Tom Kelly telling some British journalists that Dr David Kelly was a 'Walter Mitty character' must have made Colin Wallace smile. For this is how the MOD briefed journalists about Wallace during his trial for murder in 1981. Corinne Souza pointed out to me that the only people using the Walter Mitty ...
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... most powerful single force on earth and it follows that all the major policies which have been ruthlessly pursued through the last several decades must have the stamp of Jewish approval.' (11) Indeed, 'when Hitler rebelled against the Money Power', World Jewry decided to 'smash him and his barter system'.(12) Samovars and spooks The DAC and LEL were linked to the same White Russian network that del Valle first encountered when he was an ITT executive in Buenos Aires. (13)Task Force's London corres-pondent George Knupffer embodied these connections. Born in Saint Petersburg, Knupffer was a leading figure in the White Russian monarchist community in London. He published his own ...
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85. PR, Iraq and 'the allies' [Lobster #45 (Summer 2003)]
... the 'allies'. He was dead within days. The death of Khu'i is every bit as significant for Iraq as that of Abdul Haq was for Afghanistan. These men, their circumstances, and events leading up to their deaths, could not have been more different; but their murders could have been prevented. Meantime, US/UK spooks are saying that the best intelligence available on Iraq is Iranian. What did they expect? This is a bit like saying the Scots know more about the English than, say, the Turks. The US/UK intelligence product is rumoured to have been so poor that the spooks are alleged to have resorted to picking up intelligence from ...
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86. Re: [Lobster #45 (Summer 2003)]
... , have contributed essays, with topics ranging from CIA activities in Afghanistan to anti-Americanism in the Arab world. 'History and September 11: a special issue' The Journal of American History, 89(2) (September 2002). Also available in full at< http://www.historycooperative.org/journals/ jah/89.2/>. Spooks Richard L. Russell, an academic based at the Near East-South Asia Center for Strategic Studies, the National Defense University, examines the strengths and weaknesses of American intelligence during the first Gulf War. As you would expect from someone who worked for the CIA (he was a political-military analyst specialising in Middle East and European affairs), ...
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87. The View from the Bridge [Lobster #45 (Summer 2003)]
... . If 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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88. Lying about Iraq [Lobster #45 (Summer 2003)]
... 'threat', were given access to the CIA's own data and asked to prepare another, competing estimate of the Soviet 'threat'. They duly used- and misused- the data to support their thesis that the CIA had underestimated the Soviet 'threat'. (44) With the arrival of the Reagan administration in 1980 the alliance of right-wing spooks, cold war intellectuals, neo-conservatives and lobbyists for the military-industrial complex which took office began searching for and creating 'threats' and enemies to justify the 50% plus share of the American federal tax take devoted to 'defence'. (45) The Reagan administration actually declared a National Emergency in 1985 because of the 'threat' to the security ...
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89. Spook PR [Lobster #44 (Winter 2002)]
... (c) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 44) Winter 2002 Last| Contents| Next Issue 44 Spook PR Corinne Souza Public relations, more usually referred to these days as 'communications', is a method used by organisations to explain themselves or issues, or sell a product/message/strategy. To create/manipulate their audiences' various external environments so that these can prevail, sophisticated organisations firstly recognise competitor or negative PR; secondly, they counter it. The means by which they do so include tactics such as photo-opportunities, branding, viral marketing and local spokespersons. These tactics have been used to devastating effect by al-Qaida. Its communications campaign has been textbook- identical to ...
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90. The View [Lobster #44 (Winter 2002)]
... . The Edwardes 'recovery plan' involved closing chunks of Leyland and making redundant about 20,000 people. The shop stewards' plan described by Edwardes was a basic defensive strategy to try and frustrate the closures. No reference is made to bringing company or country down. In the intervening twenty years Edwardes' memory has gilded the lily. Spook think The Security Service mind is a wonderful thing. To it a potential risk is the same as an actual risk. Thus we discover that Lord Bethell, a Conservative Whip in the Heath government, was fired because he was.... not a risk per se but a risk of becoming a risk, as it were ...
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