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71. Edward Heath made me angry (Book review) [Lobster #48 (Winter 2004)]
... called Cremer, are portrayed as idiots. Christie's harassment by SB only got worse when he set-up a European-wide anarchist support network, Anarchist Black Cross; and worse again when bombs began going off in London and elsewhere in Europe. The British state appeared to believe that Christie was at the heart of it. But since they had him under surveillance much of the time, they must have known this wasn't true. For much of this period he was working long hours as a gas fitter, being followed about by SB officers. Or was it just that he was the only anarchist with international connections they knew of? Follow Christie and hope somebody interesting turns up? This is ...
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72. The Strength of the Wolf (Book review) [Lobster #48 (Winter 2004)]
... presents no evidence of this; nor is there any, to my knowledge. On p.431 he writes:'....the CIA imported Phoenix to America and called it Chaos.' But Operation Phoenix, about which Valentine has written a widely-praised book, involved identifying and assassinating supporters of the North Vietnamese, while Operation Chaos was a domestic surveillance and counter-intelligence operation. But still: these quibbles aside, this big book (500 plus pages) is a fascinating collection of stories, and adds some major pieces to the vast jigsaw of American post-war history and parapolitics. There is so much here, it's a pity that Valentine succumbs occasionally to the desire to make the picture tidier ...
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73. Enduring Freedom [Lobster #47 (Summer 2004)]
... 'new world' of post-Cold War era of globalisation and cultural-religious conflict? And who is benefiting from this hyper-technological world, those struggling to overturn or to impose a world government of the powerful? Todd and Bloch's recurring themes are the anti-civil liberty implications of terrorist legislation, and the supreme failure of the UK and US intelligence forces amidst the 'new surveillance culture' of the modern world. This broader culture is formed from three compelling factors: what the authors call the 'Washington consensus' on economic organisation (whereby everything should be quantified and expressed in numerical measures of value), the deepening digital revolution and, finally, the process of globalisation. The book's subplot is clearly the language ...
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74. Re: [Lobster #46 (Winter 2003)]
... , a 'data-mining program' that allows an analyst'...to get quick access to all the information available classified and unclassified about virtually anyone'. Meanwhile, Kevin J. Lawner ruminates on the impact that the Echelon interception system might have on the right to privacy, concluding that the National Security Agency's'.... surveillance activities in Europe must be subject to rigorous oversight, and guarantees must be provided to safeguard against abuse'. Alan A. Block, 'The National Intelligence Service murder and mayhem: a historical document', Crime, Law and Social Change, 38 (2) (September 2002) pp. 89-136. Frank J. Cilluffo ...
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... , and he also acts as spokesman for United Against Injustice, whose members include, Kent Against Injustice (founded by Barbara Stone, another speaker at the meeting) and Innocent.(1) Such organisations, said McMahon, were often vilified by the authorities, and their members subjected to harassment, including telephone interference, e-mail interception, surveillance and even wrongful arrest and malicious prosecution, all of which, McMahon said, he has experienced. In addition the police refused to respond or investigate when he and his family were subjected to serious harassment including theft, criminal damage and threats of violence by a stalker. Authorities must be held accountable 'The key to improving our ...
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76. Jim Jones and the Conspiracists [Lobster #46 (Winter 2003)]
... . Nearly 40 years have now passed since Hofstadter's article first appeared, and in that time the world has been plagued by terrorism, assassination, genocide and war. Parapolitical structures headquartered in caves have laid waste Wall Street, killing thousands of Americans. Constitutional protections have been suspended, superseded or exempted to death, while a new regime of surveillance unfolds in the heartland. Surely, it is time that we put an end to the name calling, and begin to follow the evidence. All of the evidence. Wherever it goes. Notes 1 Journal of Popular Culture, Vol. 36, Issue 2. 2 See 'The Secret Life of Jim Jones: A Parapolitical Fugue' ...
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77. Malcolm Kennedy: secrecy ruling [Lobster #45 (Summer 2003)]
... is now facing financial ruin. The Investigatory Powers Tribunal Backed by Liberty, Kennedy has taken his complaint concerning interference with his communications to the Investigatory Powers Tribunal (IPT). The Tribunal was established under s65 Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act 2000, which lays down the rules governing interception of communications, acquisition and disclosure of communications data, and surveillance. It is the only body that can hear complaints relating to conduct by the intelligence and security agencies, and complaints about phone-tapping, and is also the only appropriate Tribunal for the purpose of certain proceedings under s7(1 )( a) of the Human Rights Act 1998: claims that a public authority has acted in a manner ...
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78. The View from the Bridge [Lobster #45 (Summer 2003)]
... .. Along similar lines the following appeared on John Young's Cryptome site a month later:(2) 'It might interest your readers to understand the aggressive US tactics used to win the Lockheed F-16 deal with Poland last week. Information from an official translator who has first-hand knowledge of various meetings... an aggressive campaign, including electronic surveillance to ensure that Lockheed, rather than Swedish/French rivals, won an order for fighter jets. This campaign included....if Lockheed's offer was not successful, the US would block or substantially reduce World Bank and International Finance Corporation loan/assistance package worth an estimated $1.4 billion (measured over 2003-2005); US officials warned ...
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79. Re: [Lobster #45 (Summer 2003)]
... copies of the hearings may be purchased from the Government Printing Office at< http:// bookstore.gpo.gov>. The not so free Freedom under fire: dissent in post-9/11 America, a report by the American Civil Liberties Union, describes how federal and state government officials, aided and abetted by the police, have used censorship, surveillance, detention, and force to clamp down on dissent since the terrorist attacks of 9/11. Protesters in various parts of the country have been beaten, maced, and faced horseback charges. FBI agents have also spied on professors and students at the University of Massachusetts. The Report is available online at< http:// ...
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80. Lying about Iraq [Lobster #45 (Summer 2003)]
... peace with Israel, or into a region of sullen humiliation, a fertile and almost inexhaustible recruiting ground for further terrorists for whom Britain is a main target? '( 27) This campaign of dissent from the British security and intelligence establishment climaxed with the leaking of a request from the NSA for UK (GCHQ) help in bugging and surveilling the homes and offices of UN delegations to the Security Council. The leak, said Peter Beaumont and Gaby Hinchliff of The Observer, the newspaper which received it, was an expression of'....a wider conflict between the intelligence community on both sides of the Atlantic and their political masters. This tension has been visible beneath the ...
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