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181. Lobster Issue 42: Contents [Lobster #42 (Winter 2001/2)]
... and the Media You Are Being Lied To: the Disinformation guide to media distortion, historical whitewashes and cultural myths British Cinema and the Cold War: The State, Propaganda and Consensus Reimagining the Nation-State Socialist Renewal publications Straw Wars: Full Spectrum Sycophancy The Captive Party: How Labour was taken over by Capital The Captive Local State Eye Spy! Notes from the Borderland, no. 4 Sources Feedback Web update Pieces without an author are by the editor. Parish Notices Thanks to Robin Whittaker, Rom, Jane Affleck, Richard Alexander, Terry Hanstock, Chris Tame, David Turner and Peter Watson for information. Thanks in particular to the mysterious and anonymous visitor, 'Luca' ...
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182. Body of Secrets, & Echelon (Book Reviews) [Lobster #42 (Winter 2001/2)]
... . He appears to accept the proposition, made by James Woolsey, a former CIA director, (quoted in the Euro-report) that: 'Even if espionage yielded economically usable intelligence, it would take an analyst a very long time to analyse the large volume of available information, and that it would be wrong to use their time spying on friendly trading partners. ' A former NSA employee, Wayne Madsen, however, is of the opinion 'that economic intelligence gathering has top priority and is used to the advantage of US companies' - although it's not clear whether he means US companies collectively or individually. Nevertheless, spot the difference? One view comes from a former ...
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183. Spies and children [Lobster #41 (Summer 2001)]
... (c ) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 41) Summer 2001 Last | Contents | Next Issue 41 Spies and children Corinne Souza Espionage is two things - a career and a lifestyle. Both can be wildly exciting. Those who deny this have never been spies. Children born to SIS agents enjoy this lifestyle which can have many advantages. The home environment is usually stimulating, cosmopolitan and informed. There can also be one-off bonus such as acquisition of a British passport. for a non-UK citizen. If a child's parents are spies, the child is usually an active participant in espionage at every stage of his or her ...
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184. Spooks [Lobster #41 (Summer 2001)]
... to see MI5 linked with Catholic Action and Moral Rearmament; I had assumed such a connection but never seen any evidence. (2 ) Secondly, given that MI5 always claim that concealing the identity of their agents is the reason they won't open their files, why did they reveal Nicholson's identity? Twitchers or traitors?In 'Did twitchy MI5 spy on bird lovers? ' (Sunday Times 11 March 2001) Nick Fielding reported what appeared to be evidence from within MI5 of an MI5 investigation of the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds done at the behest of the supermarket chain Tesco. 'The rationale given to the investigating officers was that the RSPB's "political" campaigns were posing ...
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185. Lobster Issue 41: Contents [Lobster #41 (Summer 2001)]
... | Cover Image Did the CIA sink a ship-load of Leyland buses in the Thames Weather 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 ...
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... etc. Kilzer's theory that Bormann was a Communist agent has actually been around since the early 1950s. (9 ) No evidence has ever been produced to substantiate this view. His book is basically a study of the 'Red Orchestra', an area already covered in detail. The author shows that this was, indeed, a very big spy ring. (The CIA were still investigating its activities well into the 1970s, believing that portions of it had survived various Gestapo crack-downs and had gone on to become embedded in the new pro-NATO West German state.) Kilzer reasons that because the intelligence provided by the Orchestra to the Soviets was so good, so ...
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187. The Real Gemstone File [Lobster #41 (Summer 2001)]
... and a nice Chianti. Believe it or not, the above-quoted paragraph goes on for another two pages. History does not record Ralph Nader's reaction. When the mighty screed finally ends, Roberts takes us on an even stranger interlude: 'EDITOR'S NOTE: This is all Joanie gave us on that date. However, we had a spy hiding behind a moosehead and he tells us that the psychiatrist came back into the room and Joanie handed him the notes quoted above and the psychiatrist read them and then Joanie said, "My problem is that the constitution says murder and treason and bribery are hanging offences and yet we do these things daily and fuck dead people and eat ...
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... 1954 and forced the British to agree to a total military withdrawal from Suez within less than two years. Not only did Cyprus become Britain's main military base in the region, but also MI6's main regional station, controlling stations in Beirut, Tel Aviv, Baghdad and Teheran. The island was also home to early-warning radar and electronic spying stations. These monitored the Soviet Union. Its importance was increased after the signing of the Baghdad Pact in 1955 which seemed to have secured a British-led strategic alliance in the Middle East. This strategic importance of the island never diminished throughout the Cold War. It increased during periods of regional tension. (8 ) Two of ...
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... (c ) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 40) Winter 2000/1 Last | Contents | Next Issue 40 The Citizen Smith case or the spy who came in from Oporto Frederico Duarte Carvalho Why is a Portuguese journalist writing a book about an almost unknown British spy? Recently I had to answer to this same question from Igor Prelin, my favourite ex-KGB officer whom I first meet in Cannes, France, during the Television Market Fair of April 1994. After I met Igor Prelin in Cannes, I travelled to Moscow the following year and conducted a few interviews with other ex-KGB officers. We only talked about stories with ...
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190. Rebranding SIS [Lobster #40 (Winter 2000/1)]
... which SIS forms a part - is outmanoeuvred not only because it does not have the money to compete but also because, in losing control of the consultancies, it loses control of one of the levers of patronage, essential in the placing of and/or rewarding of foreign agents oninternational quangoes. Another interesting consultancy is Strategic Profile International (SPI) which has offices in Carlton Terrace Gardens. One of SPI's clients is the British-Libya Business Group. I apologise if neither SPI nor its clients have anything to do with espionage. (Joke I heard in Geneva: Q. Why are SIS Consultancies opening up in Carlton Terrace Gardens? A. Because they cannot all fit ...
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