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... -November 1997, for example, includes the second part of a rather interesting interview with the former remote viewer David Morehouse. But it also contains David John Oates' 'Reverse Speech: The Voice of the Inner Self'. Oates claims that recorded speech, played backwards, reveals words and phrases which are, in some sense, our suppressed thoughts. He gives one or two examples -- and these, presumably, are some of the better examples. JFK's famous words (recently ripped-off and paraphrased by one T. Blair), 'Ask not what your country can do for you, but what you can do for your country, ' apparently contains the backwards ...
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42. Are spies useless? (Book review) [Lobster #34 (Winter 1998)]
... had just received less than 40% of the vote in two elections was a harbinger of a Soviet-style state. Within the intelligence and security services, this myth took the form of the obsession with 'moles' which climaxed with 'Spycatcher' Peter Wright. In his affidavit to the court in Australia where the British government was trying to suppress his book Wright wrote, 'The present state of Britain is in part due to the penetration of the establishment by the Russians'.(14) By helping to expose the Philby story while with the Sunday Times Insight team, Knightley may have unwittingly helped propagate one of the establishment's myths about class betrayal in the short term, but ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 13  -  01 Dec 1997  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue34/lob34-08.htm
43. Sources [Lobster #34 (Winter 1998)]
... piece of research on the history of fluoride has been published by the National Pure Water Association. Using government documents a pair of U.S . researchers have uncovered the following. (And this is a very rough paraphrase indeed.) Fluouride was used in very large quantities by the WW2 nuclear programmes. Its toxic effects were known but suppressed -- 'national security'. The early research showing that it was 'safe' was done by scientists working on nukes in the late 40s and early 1950s whose affiliations with the nuclear programme were suppressed, and key documents or sections of documents are missing. Same old same old..... This is all documented in 'Fluoride ...
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44. The two Indonesias and the two Americas [Lobster #35 (Summer 1998)]
... New York Times, 'The J-Cet program provided training in psychological operations [i .e . psywar] and marksmanship to the Rwandan Patriotic Army, which has been accused of the massacre of civilians in eastern Zaire.(5 ) A subsequent New York Times editorial specified that the Indonesians were trained under J-CET in 'riot-suppression', and noted that 'it seems likely that the troops will be used to crush legitimate democratic protests. '( 6 ) The editorial attitude of the Times has shifted considerably since 1966, when its columnist James Reston described the Indonesian massacre and change of government as 'A Gleam of Light in Asia. ' The outcome of the Pentagon ...
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45. Steady as she goes: Labour and the spooks [Lobster #35 (Summer 1998)]
... files there are only two things worth stating. First, I will need a lot of convincing that MI5 have actually destroyed anything. They might destroy the paper but what is to stop them converting it all to disk? They could get their entire subversive collection onto a few CD-roms. Second, the reasons MI5 want the files suppressed has less to do with embarassing past informers, than revealing the scale of its penetration of British politics. Colin Wallace's MI5 briefing notes showed that MI5 were monitoring the whole of British politics, not just the British Left and trade unions. While MI5 have been repeatedly portrayed as bumbling incompetents where Soviet subversion was concerned, the evidence we ...
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... ; and that Himmler's views on the medical profession and lawyers ( 'the very same ones we suffer from today in modern America') are entirely understandable. The book has no footnotes. The bibliography includes something called the German Research Project - available from a P.O . Box in California - and allegedly a schedule of 'secret and suppressed' technology. This book is nonsense, and dangerous nonsense at that; and I question the judgement of Counter Productions in making it available. Avoid. Last | Contents | Next ...
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47. Web update [Lobster #35 (Summer 1998)]
... In November 1997, 3 editors of Green Anarchist magazine (Saxon Wood, Steve Booth and Noel Molland), were convicted and sentenced to 3 years in jail after being found guilty of conspiracy to incite 'persons unknown' to commit criminal damage, for reporting details of environmental and animal rights direct actions. Public Interest Immunity Certificates were used to suppress evidence, eg of MI5's role and intelligence-gathering methods such as surveillance and informers. The 3 were freed on bail pending appeal in March '98 after serving 4 1/2 months. Two other defendants were expected to be tried in the spring of 1998. It seems that the potentially far-reaching conspiracy and incitement laws are ...
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48. The Committee (Book review) [Lobster #36 (Winter 1998/9)]
... before he was to be arrested in January 1990, Nelson fled to England and the Stevens inquiry office was torched. Eventually Nelson was caught, tried, convicted (but praised by the judge), and given a light sentence; his British Army 'handler' was given a gong; the section of the Steven's report on Nelson et al suppressed; and the whole episode pretty much forgotten by all but the IRA and its supporters(2 ) until the leak to the Sunday Telegraph of 29 March 1998 which revealed the existence of the hitherto virtually unknown Force Research Unit. (McPhilemy may have gone to press before the Telegraph revelation.) The Ulster Central Coordinating Committee - 'the ...
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... the Civil Rights movement was certainly not 'a classic of Republican political deception'. Nevertheless there is much of interest in the main body of the text. Geraghty's account of the early years of the war provides further reinforcement for what has become the accepted view: the Army's counter-insurgency methods were completely inappropriate, and rather than containing or suppressing the conflict, actually exacerbated it. He does not mince his words: 'When street violence boiled over, Northern Ireland was treated as just another rebellious colony to be punished accordingly. This policy would prove to be the IRA's most able recruiting sergeant. ' The imprisonment of Bernadette Devlin for helping defend the Bogside was 'an error of epic ...
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50. Last Talons of the Eagle (Book review) [Lobster #37 (Summer 1999)]
... quite simply was easier to fly, faster, and had a greater range and bomb load. In support of this Hyland and Gill quote Renato Vesco, author of Intercept UFO and clearly an aviation buff of some standing. Vesco is co-author, with David Hatcher Childress, of Man Made UFOs 1944-1994 -50 Years of Suppression, and appears to have contributed the more technical and serious portion of the text. Childress, however is a major exponent of Hoerbigerian themes...lost civilisations, anti-gravity, free energy, Nikola Tesla etc. See Timothy Good, Above Top Secret - the Worldwide UFO Cover-up (1987) pp. 20 ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 13  -  01 Jun 1999  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue37/lob37-18.htm
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