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... . In support of the earlier date, see 'L'Eglise de L'Unification', published in issue 7 (April 1975) of the Documents-Episcopat, the bulletin of the French Episcopal Conference, cited by Le Caballac p. 35. The source in question says that the North Koreans originally arrested Moon for heretical teachings and because 'he was a spy for the President of South Korea'. See Matczak, p. 7. Normally, one would assume that this was merely proferred as a post facto justification for his arrest, but it is worth remembering given his later political activities. If Moon was a spy for South Korea, however, it seems odd that the North Koreans ...
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62. Willy Brandt: the "Good German" [Lobster #22 (Nov 1991)]
... MI5's Director General Michael Hanley first quarrelled with Wilson over the case of Judith Hart, Minister of Overseas Development and that "It seems to have been a foreign agent who sparked the row. ' The agent was Gunter Guillaume, special assistant to the West German Chancellor Willy Brandt. On 24 April 1974 Guillaume was arrested as an East German spy. On 6 May 1974 Brandt, a friend of Wilson, resigned, ostensibly as a result of revelations about Guillaume.(2 ) We know of no evidence that in his subsequent interrogation Guillaume said anything that pointed to Britain. However, "one high political source in London' maintained that it was in some fashion because of ...
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... investigated the activities and war crimes of Byelorussian Nazi collaborators. In Ratlines they describe, in considerable detail, how the Vatican established a network for smuggling Nazi war criminals and East European collaborators out of Europe, mainly to Argentina; and how Britain, and, later, the United States recruited many of them as "freedom fighters', spies and saboteurs. They also describe how the Soviets were able to infiltrate many of the anti-communist organisations who were ostensibly working for Western intelligence. At the end of World War II, the American, British and French zones of Austria and Germany, as well as northern Italy, were teeming with Displaced Persons. Most of them ...
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... the NZSIS. In particular it is believed that the Sutch Affair came about because a Soviet diplomat wanted to defect and went to the NZSIS for help. The SIS agreed, but only if he did a little job for them first, arranging a series of pseudo-clandestine meetings with Sutch, so that Sutch could be smeared as a spy. The main evidence for this being a set-up was the clumsy "tradecraft' of both Sutch and the Soviet, and the fact that the SIS was always on the spot in advance to spy on the meetings between Sutch and the Soviet official. (In once case the SIS even rented a room overlooking the spot where ...
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65. Spooks [Lobster #22 (Nov 1991)]
... D (MI6) Cairo with Freya Stark (Sunday Telegraph 5 August 1990). Commander Bill Emmet: MI5 Italy WW2 (Daily Telegraph 2 November 1985). G.J . Deverell: MI6 station chief Budapest 1941 (Letter, The Times, 22 April 1991). Douglas Gordon: British Consul-General Aden, expelled for spying (Sunday Correspondent 26 August 1990). J. Johnston: Radio Security Service in WW2 (letter, Sunday Telegraph 12 August 1990). Group Captain William Cross: Expelled Algeria (Independent 15 April 1991). John Peskett: "Former Intelligence Officer' (letter, Sunday Telegraph 16 September 1990). Stephen Wordsworth: MI6 ...
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... be identified as the private intelligence agency to which Knight belonged. The involvement of the Security Service in the intelligence activities of the BEU began during the First World War. Like other right-wing groups such as the Navy League and the Anti-Socialist Union, the BEU helped Special Branch and MI5 by attempting to locate German agents, spies and saboteurs. This assistance continued when surveillance was extended to include pacifists, the anti-war movements, socialists and those engaged in war-time strikes -- all suspected of being sponsored or instigated by German agents.(21) These informal arrangements carried over into the post-war years when the Security Service became alarmed at ...
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... (c ) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 23) June 1992 Last | Contents | Next Issue 23 North American Spies: New Revisionist Essays eds. Rhodri Jeffreys-Jones and Andrew Lownie Edinburgh University Press, 1992. This worthy, but expensive, anthology of ten essays ranges widely from the obscure 'secret operations of Spanish consular officials within Canada during the Spanish-American war' to the useful account of the 'birth of the Defense Intelligence Agency'. In between are a number of good essays on American intelligence which are well-serviced with notes and bibliography. It is hardly revisionist, though in an academic environment they obviously would appear to ...
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68. Mind Control and the American Government [Lobster #23 (Jun 1992)]
... ) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 23) June 1992 Last | Contents | Next Issue 23 Mind Control and the American Government Martin Cannon The spectre of technofascism haunts the democratic nations. All the powers of the espionage empire and the scientific establishment have entered into an unholy alliance to evoke this spectre: psychiatrist and spy, Dulles and Delgado, microwave specialists and clandestine operators. Substantial evidence exists linking members of the American intelligence community -- including the Central Intelligence Agency, the Defence Advanced Research Projects Agency and the Office of Naval Intelligence -- with the esoteric technology of mind control. For decades, 'spychiatrists' working behind the scenes -- on ...
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69. Shorts [Lobster #23 (Jun 1992)]
... (c ) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 23) June 1992 Last | Contents | Next Issue 23 Shorts Yorkshire Post (14 March '92) reported the admission by the Ministry of Defence that in an operation called HORNBEAM, trawlers had been used during the first Cold War to spy on Soviet shipping. But the MOD spokesperson refused to confirm that some trawlers had carried intelligence officers. Statewatch Bulletin (Jan/Feb 1992) includes an important update to their paper on Gladio network, quoting from the Belgian parliamentary commission into the subject. The update describes the network's origins and some of the later developments in Belgium. The Gladio paper is available ...
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70. Lobster Issue 23: Contents [Lobster #23 (Jun 1992)]
... like an old smear Curious Liaisons Books: The CIA and the Marshall Plan Thatcher's People England and the Aeroplane Right Woos Left; Populist Party, LaRouchian and other neo-fascist overtures to Progressives; and why they must be rejected The Coors Connection; How Coors Family Philanthropy Undermines Democratic Pluralism The Campus Connection: Military Research on Campus North American Spies: New Revisionist Essays The Intelligence Game: Illusions and Delusions of International Espionage Plausible Denial: Was the CIA Involved in the Assassination of JFK Ratlines Lobster is Robin Ramsay (0482 447558) and Steven Dorril (0484 681388). Lobster is typeset and published by Robin Ramsay at 214 Westbourne Avenune, Hull, HU5 3JB. ISSN: ...
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