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... estimate rose as high as 250 billion barrels with no data to substantiate this claim. This next bit astounded me. To compute oil production statistics to fill the data void, the world relies on 'Tanker Traffic Counters'. Emerging as the leader in this new field was a Geneva-based firm called Petrologistics, which still claims to harbour spies at all major loading ports watching tanker liftings and guessing at the tankers' destinations. Reports from Petrologistics become a first source of OPEC production volumes. As far as anyone has been able to discover, Petrologistics has one key employee, Conrad Gerber. He heads the firm, counts the tanker traffic, and feeds the data to various ...
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... through the torture of Nixon's downfall, Senator Fulbright uncovered a secret agreement between Nixon and Haile Sellassie, in which America pledged to come to his rescue if he were threatened by an internal insurgency. It was completely beyond the scope of Nixon's authority. But when did that ever matter to him? He had already authorized the mass, illegal spying by the CIA on Americans as the anti-war protests grew in size and force. Years later, Angus McKenzie would posthumously reveal in his book, Secrets, with knowledge obtained through the Freedom of Information Act, how the CIA had penetrated counterculture anti-war publications and shut them down. But Nixon was forced to resign, ...
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... law with appeals allowed to the High Court. The cold war is now over. All the files gathered on the 'state's enemies' during this period should be opened for scrutiny. If Romania and some of the other Eastern European can do this there can be no conceivable reason for not doing so other than that the extent of surveillance, spying and the use of informants would shock the public. We should monitor, research and resist the increasing internationalisation and europeanisation of internal security. The European institutions have established several organisations europol where information is shared. Until it is shown that these organisations are accountable they should be opposed. Last | Contents | Next ...
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... (c ) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 49) Summer 2005 Last | Contents | Next Issue 49 Spinning the Spies: Intelligence, open government and the Hutton Inquiry Anthony Glees and Philip H. J. Davies London: The Social Affairs Unit, 2004, 30, h/b This is curious little book (112 pp.) in which two conservative intelligence academics wrestle with the realities of the events leading up to the attack on Iraq. But what manner of beast is a conservative intelligence academic? The basic view of these gentlemen is that the oiks us need not be consulted or informed; we should not bother our heads with ...
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145. Spies, Lies and Whistleblowers [Lobster #49 (Summer 2005)]
... (c ) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 49) Summer 2005 Last | Contents | Next Issue 49 Spies, Lies and Whistleblowers Annie Machon Lewes (East Sussex): Book Guild, 2005, h/b , 17.95 It is hard to 'see' this book because a lot of the material, especially in the first half, is familiar, half-remembered from the press reporting of the Shayler-Machon drama and the book Defending the Realm by Nick Fielding and Mark Hollingsworth. Nonetheless, familiar or not, this is a devastating critique of the British security services and the political system which is nominally in charge of them ...
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146. Lobster Issue 49: Contents [Lobster #49 (Summer 2005)]
... American empire The Great Unravelling: From boom to bust in three scandalous years Confessions of an Economic Hitman Gordon Brown A Century of War: Anglo-American oil politics and the new world order Morningside Mata Haris: How MI6 deceived Scotland's great and good The CIA, the British Left and the Cold War: Calling the Tune? Spinning the Spies: Intelligence, open government and the Hutton Inquiry NATO's Secret Armies: Operation Gladio and Terrorism in Western Europe The Rise of Political Lying Spies, Lies and Whistleblowers Feedback Pieces without an author's name are by the editor Writers in this issue Jane Affleck is a regular contributor to Lobster. Garrick Alder is a journalist. Richard Alexander is a ...
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147. Beyond 'The Da Vinci Code' [Lobster #49 (Summer 2005)]
... work of previous writers on the subject and say that Peter Laurie 'with his book Beneath the City Streets set in motion a zeal for delving deep to expose subterranean secrets. ' Well, that's about as wrong as you can get. Laurie's book, as noted above, was published in 1970. The zeal started seven years earlier with the Spies for Peace handing out a pamphlet, Danger:Official Secret, in April 1963 on the Aldermaston March. This lifted the lid on the Regional Seats of Government and other clandestine installations and set me and several of my friends spending much of our spare time searching out bunkers and other underground structures. And we were not alone: many ...
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148. Beyond 'The Da Vinci Code' [Lobster #49 (Summer 2005)]
... marked out for subversive activity. This is clearly a case where a column can be ended: 'watch this space'. Notes [1 ] Reinhard Gehlen is not short of commentary in the literature or on the web but the reader could do worse than go back to E. H.Cookridge's early and flawed but detailed, Gehlen: Spy of the Century (London, 1971). Written when Gehlen was still alive and in retirement, and with that flavour of Cold War realpolitik of the day, it manages to include the early revelations of the exposure of the 'Nazi origins' of the Gehlen organisation in the 1960s without the subsequent accretions of speculative conspiracy theory. [ ...
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149. Re: [Lobster #48 (Winter 2004)]
... lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 48) Winter 2004 Last | Contents | Next Issue 48 Re:Terry Hanstock Who was who?The newly published Oxford Dictionary of National Biography not only surveys the lives of the great and the good, but also includes accounts of individuals in the murkier fields of human endeavour. Over fifty spies are listed, for example, including historical figures such as 'Parliament Joan' (c1600-1655?) and 'Pickle the Spy' (c1725-1761). More recent practitioners range from minor characters, such as Greville Wynne and John Vassall, to major operators Blunt, Burgess, Maclean and Philby. 'Spooks' are also covered ...
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150. Paranoia is what the other guy has [Lobster #48 (Winter 2004)]
... us to take refuge in the conspiratorial world-view. Melanie Phillips' January 2004 article in the Daily Mail is a model of concern about the growing credulity of the public as evidenced by its taste for conspiracy theories. 1 While she recognises that conspiracies do happen, and cites the Catilinarian 2 and Cato Street conspiracies along with the Cambridge spy ring and Watergate as evidence of her breadth of historical vision, she is in no doubt that'...historical conspiracies are rare. The vast majority of apparently inexplicable events turn out to be caused by chance, accident or individual error or culpability. ' Once that is established she then ropes in an enormous variety of beliefs ...
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