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... become Jim Houghton and his book Spooks has become The Haunting of America, the subtitle of the American edition. Even if the content of the book was accurate, there is a bigger problem with the authorial voice. The author wants us to accept that some conspiracies are real but isn't always willing to decide which ones. The section 'Colin Wallace conspiracy' contains a major inaccuracy and the author's cop-op formula. After a quick whizz through some of the well known stories planted in the media by Information Policy, the Army psy-ops unit in Northern Ireland in which Wallace worked, we are told: 'The propaganda war continued [when?] with a new committee ...
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62. Iraq misc. [Lobster #46 (Winter 2003)]
... for MI6. But also listed are 32 (yes 32) copies for the DTI. Why? I wonder. Some kind of export initiative? ' Or the DTI is full of spooks under cover? Hearing No. 10 spokesman Tom Kelly telling some British journalists that Dr David Kelly was a 'Walter Mitty character' must have made Colin Wallace smile. For this is how the MOD briefed journalists about Wallace during his trial for murder in 1981. Corinne Souza pointed out to me that the only people using the Walter Mitty expression these days are spin-doctors. Notes 1 < http://www.nato.int/docu/review/2003/issue2/ ...
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63. The Man from the FRU [Lobster #45 (Summer 2003)]
... . (3 ) The politicians may not have been told officially of the assassination policy(4 ) but this was no 'rogue element'. John Ware was probably one of those in Fred Holroyd's mind when he wrote in his letter of:'[a ] number of "respectable" journalists [who] consistently "rubbished" Colin Wallace and myself. It is interesting to see their involvement in the release of current stories....... ' With David McKittrick, who is currently writing about Stevens for The Independent, Ware was co-author of one of the the biggest state-inspired political assassination jobs of the 1980s, a double-page ...
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... be, for Airey Neave was Mrs Thatcher's closest advisor at the time and must have been involved in the extraordinary decision to go to the MI5 liaison and suggest that the former Prime Minister and/or his close advisors were enemy agents. Routledge does try to cover the 1974-77 period, 'private armies', Neave's contacts with Colin Wallace, Peter Wright and all, but doesn't do it very well or thoroughly enough. Either it was too complicated to handle properly in the time he had or Routledge doesn't quite take it seriously. The important part of Neave's career began with his organising Mrs Thatcher's victory over Edward Heath in the 1975 contest for the leadership of the Conservative ...
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65. Historical Notes [Lobster #43 (Summer 2002)]
... wing of Unison, Walker quickly fell out with Young and went his own way. 2 Tony Benn, Against the Tide: Diaries 1973-76 (London: Arrow Books, 1990), pp. 220-2 . 3 Peter Wright, Spycatcher (New York: Viking Penguin, 1987); Paul Foot, Who Framed Colin Wallace? (London: Macmillan, 1988); Robin Ramsay and Stephen Dorril, Smear! Wilson and the Secret State (London: Fourth Estate, 1991). 4 David Stirling, 'The Great Britain 75 Organization', Peace News Special Issue 23 August 1974. 5 Kenneth O. Morgan's The People's Peace (Oxford: Oxford University ...
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66. Spooks and the House of Commons [Lobster #42 (Winter 2001/2)]
... every six weeks. The minister and the MI6 officer traded information and contacts candidly about the Middle East as Aitken had maintained close contact with his Arab business associates. ' Ken Livingstone's questions Not mentioned by Hollingsworth in his piece about Parliament and spooks is the curious case of Ken Livingstone's parliamentary questions. In 1987/8 , fed by Colin Wallace and Fred Holroyd via Livingstone's then (unpaid) researcher Neil Grant, new (1987) MP Ken Livingstone put down hundreds of written questions in the House of Commons about the war in Northern Ireland, IRD, and the cases of Holroyd and Wallace. In Lobster this was discussed in issue 16 . But I also wrote about this ...
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... denouncing me; not that one MP in 50 would know what IRD was had he referred to it. That I am aware of, I have had two agents of the British secret state - from MI5, I presume - sicced onto me to pick my brains. This happened in 1987/8 when I was deeply embroiled with Colin Wallace and his story about anti-Labour hanky panky in Northern Ireland. I was on the phone to him every day and was talking to lots of journalists who were trying to understand his story. Wallace and I assumed our phones were tapped - though we never had any evidence of this; none of the noises, interference and fragments ...
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68. Feedback [Lobster #40 (Winter 2000/1)]
... offered us guns one week before the arms crisis blew up - and meetings with everyone from Jerry Rubin, Abbie Hoffman and SLA personnel. In addition we had talks with the Italian, German and French leftwingers and I can assure you that we never talked to the 'UCA' which existed only in the imagination of the Lisburn Disinf machine - Wallace and Railton. With regards to the BICOs, there were at most six of them and they did fuck all except produce a few slim pamphlets - 'two nations once again'. The only Officials who might have been involved with the UCA if it had existed were the element that went IRSP with Costello after the murder of Joe McCann ...
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69. Articles of Resistance (Book review) [Lobster #40 (Winter 2000/1)]
... . In individual articles this may not be noticed; but in book form Foot's clear, simple writing style is very striking. The articles come from mainstream media - the Guardian, London Review of Books and Private Eye - and a selection from the Socialist Workers' Party's publications. The subject matter ranges from major pieces about Lockerbie and Colin Wallace, a collection of savage attacks on the Blair crew, through individual scandals (notably his brilliant assault on Jeffrey Archer in the Evening Standard and his account of the destruction of the Daily Mirror) to little pieces about Foot's hero, Shelley. There isn't a dud among them. Last | Contents | Next ...
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... to accept this in the face of increasing evidence. (12) Notes Barrie Penrose and Roger Courtier, The Pencourt File (London: Secker and Warburg, 1978). The revelations first appeared in the Observer during 1977. Peter Wright, Spycatcher (New York: Viking Penguin, 1987). See Paul Foot, Who Framed Colin Wallace? (London: Macmillan, 1988) and Stephen Dorril and Robin Ramsay, Smear: Wilson and the Secret State (London: Fourth Estate, 1991). These are still the fullest and best docu mented accounts of the Wilson plot. Like Hunt they point out that the Prime Minister was not the only target of the dirty ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 13  -  01 Dec 2000  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue40/lob40-08.htm
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