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... and that used in overseas media where the British state's grip is weaker. In chapter 5 Miller studies people's perceptions of the shootings in Gibralter as shaped by the media. Depressingly, if unsurprisingly, he demonstrates empirically that the government's initial misinformation was successful: it is the first impression which sticks. For the only time in the book Colin Wallace is quoted on this: 'The important thing is to get saturation coverage for your story as soon after the controversial event as possible. Once the papers have printed it the damage is done. Even when the facts come out, the original image is the one that sticks. ' (p . 238) Miller notes that, 'The ...
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102. Spies at Work (Book review) [Lobster #28 (Dec 1994)]
... it would be sensational if he had been. In chapter nine, 'Spies at work', after ten pages on the League's activities in the 1960s and 70s, we get four pages on MI5 tagged on, a quick skim across Massiter, Bettaney, Charles Elwell - and thence into British Briefing, David Hart etc. (And Colin Wallace was not 'a former officer in Army Intelligence'; and has not, to my knowledge, suggested that the League had office space in MI5 headquarters [p . 122]. But since this, like most of the assertions in these later chapters, is not sourced there is no way to check.) Diehards 1920-79 ...
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... against the Wilson Governments. Morgan discusses the Mountbatten incident but only on the basis of Cecil King's diaries. There is no reference to the work of Dorril and Ramsay (Smear! Wilson and the Secret State, London 1991), of David Leigh (The Wilson Plot, London 1988), or of Paul Foot (Who Framed Colin Wallace?, London 1988). Smear! might have appeared too late for Morgan to take account of; the same cannot be said for the other works. See, for example, Tom Nairn, The Break-up of Britain (2nd edition, London 1981); John Scott, The Upper Classes: Property and Privilege in ...
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... ill) motivated. Ambition We don't know the scale of MI5's ambitions. Some of MI5 Director-General Rimington's comments in her Dimbleby Lecture suggested that MI5 has come to believe it could be, and should be, ubiquitous in its assessment of risk and prevention of subversion and terrorism; that far from being the threat to democracy described by Wallace, Wright, Massiter et al, MI5, as Mrs Rimington put it in, 'enhances' democracy.(5 ) Even if this isn't rejected out of hand at the outset, we don't know enough about the extent of MI5's domestic operations to decide if MI5 has been or could ever be ubiquitous. After receiving Lobster 27 , ...
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... ) Rinka RIP Curious piece in the Daily Telegraph, 26 November, 1993, reporting that Andrew Newton, now known as Hann Redwin, one of the people at the centre of the Jeremy Thorpe scandal in the 1970s, and who subsequently claimed to have been working for MI5, was involved in a climbing accident in the Alps. Colin Wallace The Observer (12 December, 1993) reported that a proposed BBC drama-documentary, based on the Paul Foot book about Colin Wallace, had been scrapped. (The Observer had Wallace as 'former MI5 officer', but we'll let that pass.) Instrumental in kyboshing the piece -- on which a lot of money had ...
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106. The Enemy Within (Whitehall) [Lobster #27 (Jun 1994)]
... some claims that the Czech shipment had been a hoax, a set-up, (6 ) it seems reasonably clear that in the 1971 version the IRA was actually trying to buy the arms. (7 ) The similarities lie in the way the British state used the arms find to make propaganda. Fig. 1 Illustration shows Colin Wallace posing, circa 1972, in a pile of British Army weapons, allegedly seized from the IRA (but actually British Army property) Picture from p. 119 of The British Army in Ulster, Vol. 1, David Barzilay, Century, Belfast 1973. The great INLA bombing conspiracy caper The end of November 1993, also by ...
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... (c ) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 27) June 1994 Last | Contents | Next Issue 27 The New Spies: Exploring the Frontiers of Espionage James Adams Hutchinson, London, 1994. I first noticed James Adams when he began running some of the MOD's disinformation lines about Colin Wallace and Fred Holroyd in 19867. For a while I collected articles by him which seemed to show the traces of Whitehall briefings. Then I stopped: what was I going to do with such articles? Mr Adams is a kind of successor to Chapman Pincher. The Whitehall warriors feed him stuff, he writes it up for the paper -- the traditional ...
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... In his most recent newsletter, Easter 1994, there is a shift. 'The malign influence of the Soviets has dwindled, but the power of the international financiers, who have long bankrolled communism, is undiminished. ' So now you know. The Illuminati can only be months away. [* !* Image] The illustration shows Colin Wallace posing, circa 1972, in a pile of British Army weapons, allegedly seized from the IRA (but actually British Army property). Picture from p. 199 of The British Army in Ulster, Vol 1., David Barzilay, Century, Belfast 1973. A blast from the past The Independent, 5 March, 1994, ...
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109. ...MI5 goes on forever [Lobster #26 (Dec 1993)]
... the first place, Wright never did allege that the Service plotted against the Wilson government. He alleged that certain members of the Service did so conspire. Secondly, notice MI5 do not actually deny that the Service had plotted to undermine Wilson: not finding any evidence is not a denial; and thirdly, there is no mention of Colin Wallace, his documents and the other evidence. Here comes the line There does appear to be some kind of corporate 'line' here. Rupert Allason MP, a man with his snout in the Whitehall trough, offered this paragraph in a piece in the Evening Standard (13 May, 1993), 'Why Windsors aren't tapped by Her Majesty's ...
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... that there was 'speculation that the IRA had trained -- or hired - a crack shot. ' Of course we all know that the IRA are too stupid to shoot straight themselves, right? So they have to hire people to shoot for them. This particular canard was being run in the early 1970s by one J.C . Wallace. Kevin Dowling's 1979 novel, Interface Ireland (Barrie and Jenkins, London), discussed at length in Lobster 17 , has a character, transparently based on Wallace, called Major McDowell. This is on p. 213: 'The police reporter from London.... was interviewing McDowell, who had information that the Provos had ...
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