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... rather conveniently, Peter Matthiessen's publisher. Before the publication of his God And Man At Yale, William Buckley wrote an article for Commonweal, in which he argued for the creation of a 'totalitarian bureaucracy'. Buckley had been recruited to the CIA out of Yale. His case officer at the Agency was E. Howard Hunt, novelist and Watergate conspirator. Buckley co-founded The National Review with former Trotskyite, James Burnham, who also worked for the CIA. Buckley got his wish for a bureaucratic dictatorship when the National Security Act was amended in 1949. Under the direction of George Kennan, the CIA developed its covert action capability, all of which Kennan later regretted as ...
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... -ing it Operations. Colby also became the zealous chair of the Agency's new management committee: leading the reduction in force Schlesinger had ordered; firing hundreds of spies; trying to fire Angleton, as might have been expected, but unex-pectedly failing when Angleton secured the support of Schlesinger himself. In early May 1973, after the Watergate resignations of Haldeman, Ehrlichman and Dean, Colby was told that Nixon wanted him to be the next DCI. And it was at just this time that he began the Schlesinger-ordered rifling of the Agency's closets for the 'Family Jewels' list of Agency horrors. When Colby gave this record of its potentially embarrassing operations to the Church ...
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83. MI5 and the threat from the left in the 1970s [Lobster #53 (Summer 2007)]
... The Financial Times 29 December 2006 on a contingency paper by MI5, presented to the Joint Intelligence Committee on April 9 1976. That paper included this: `Throughout the seventies there has been a growth in the general public uneasiness about the current aims of government due primarily to the harm done to the moral standing of the western democracies by Watergate and CIA activity the ultra-left (sic) have been quick to capitalise on the discontent and sensationalised reports against the security establishment and in particular the police, the intelligence services, and the armed forces. ' Burns adds: `Together with a corresponding increase in the popularity of British fascists and quasi-fascist organisations, the ...
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84. Philanthropic imperialism [Lobster #53 (Summer 2007)]
... Voluntary Organisations] were receiving covert funding from the CIA to wage the battle of ideas at international forums, the Johnson Administration concluded that such funding should cease, recommending establishment of "a public-private mechanism" to fund overseas activities openly. ' The NED was devised to eliminate the stigma associated with CIA covert activities in the wake of Watergate and the Church Committee. According to William Blum it was a masterpiece 'of politics, of public relations, and of cynicism'; in effect, enabling the CIA to launder money through the NED. 'We should not have to do this kind of work covertly, ' said Carl Gershman in 1986, while he was president of the ...
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85. Re: [Lobster #54 (Winter 2007/8)]
... believers or their opposites are fostered by social origins. '( 7 )Not exactly an academic but included for the record is David Aaronovitch who has been touring the country lecturing on what he has learned about 'conspiracies that dominate the world....and why it is we want so much to believe this kind of story. ' Watergate and Dallas 35 years on and the FBI has made available its Watergate case files(9 ) while the Washington Post modestly reminds us of its part in the story 'that brought down a president and forever altered the triangular relationship between government officials, the media and the public. '( 10)Also worth a look are some sample ...
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86. The Road to 9/11, reviewed [Lobster #54 (Winter 2007/8)]
... 16.95 The first third of this book, 120 pages or so, is part parapolitical and part deep history of America from Nixon to Ronald Reagan's first election victory. Crudely summarised, Scott shows the rise of the Pentagon and its industrial allies and political front men (almost entirely men). Recovering from the set-backs of Watergate, failure in Vietnam and associated revelations and Congressional enquiries, they revived the Cold War with Soviet Union – Team B and the Committee on the Present Danger etc. in the 1970s – found a way round Congressional restrictions on covert operations (using proxies, such as the Safari Club) and got the contracts flowing again. En route ...
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87. The True Story of the Bilderberg Group, reviewed [Lobster #54 (Winter 2007/8)]
... Conservative Party on Bilderberg orders and replaced with trapeze artist (sic) John Major. ' Not only is there no evidence that Thatcher was dumped on the orders of Bilderberg – and Esulin offers none – he has confused John Major with his father, who did work in a circus for a time. On page 58 we are told that Watergate was an anti-Nixon operation run by 'the combined forces of Bilderberg/RIIA/Tavistock Institute under the direction of the British MI6. ' Didn't you just know that Tavistock would be chucked in as well? Prominent among the author's sources are Anthony Sutton, Gary Allen, of None Dare Call It Conspiracy fame, John Coleman, ...
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... was investigated by 'Special Branch, MI5; MI6 had a man present and the CIA had a man present. '( 21) Baker's book details the whole ghastly scandal, from the disputed reasons behind the invasion of Iraq; the dodgy dossier; the 45 minute claim; Gilligan's 'sexed-up' report;(22)the 'British Watergate' of the mobile labs which didn't exist; the use of Kelly as a political pawn by Tony Blair, Alastair Campbell and Geoff Hoon; the not-quite-leak of Kelly's name following a meeting held in Downing Street and chaired by the Prime Minister; the (perhaps coincidental) outing of Valerie Plame by the White House ...
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89. The gentleman in velvet [Lobster #56 (Winter 2008/9)]
... was what did for him, in the end.) As well as a biography of James Jesus – and there is quite a bit on the domestic, private Angleton – this contains an account of the intelligence cold war, and large chunks of American political life from post-WW2 to beyond Angleton's fall in 1974 and the post-Watergate Senate and Congressional inquiries. This is seriously good history, as well as a biography; Holzman is a very good writer, with a style somewhere between the academic and the journalist, and this was a pleasure to read. Notes David C. Martin's Wilderness of Mirrors (Harper and Row, 1980) and Tom Mangold's Cold Warrior ...
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... .... '( 44) Self-denial – a virtue of the Republican elite? Bush's appointment of so many hard working, thrifty and prudent former corporate executives and lobbyists to public office is clear evidence of self-denial. But then Agnew lived – and came a cropper – in those simpler, more honest times before Watergate brought down Nixon, whose downfall shortly led to Richard Cheney's first job at the White House. The renewed shift towards 'crony capitalism' which Bush's leadership of the United States has been so comfortable promoting, has recently taken a nose dive, just when it was thought that the New Deal, and inter alia the crash of '29, ...
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