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Lobster Issue 39 Summer 2000

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Date:Summer 2000
Publisher:Robin Ramsay
Editor:Robin Ramsay
  • Euro-bound? Or: the same river twice
    • Don't mention the Germans
    • ERM precedes EMU
    • The five steps to euro heaven
    • Brown versus Blair
    • From a distance
    • Struggle for the shape of the EU
    • euro bound?
    • End games

  • A Note on MRA, CIA and L. Ron. Hubbard

  • The death of Diana: an update, by Terry Hanstock
    • Inquests?
    • Charles Wardle MP
    • The condition of the Mercedes
    • Electronic sabotage
    • The Flash
    • Diana's condition after the crash
    • More on Henri Paul
    • Some new developments
    • The seat belt
    • Henri Paul
    • Who was to blame?
    • Fayed and The Royals
    • Hewitt's Parisian car ride
    • Diana and the intelligence services

  • Bombing your way to the negotiating table? by Owen Catchpole

  • Microwaves and mind control
    • Rosalie Bertell
    • Into the mainstream
    • Communicating Via the Microwave Auditory Effect
    • Russian zombies
    • Digital Angels
    • The Law and mind control
    • Disruption of Voluntary Motion

  • Nexus: postmodernism or what?

  • A Most Extraordinary Case, by Jane Affleck
    Malcolm Kennedy says his telephones, post and e-mail are being interfered with. His attempts to seek answers have left him in a bureaucratic maze.
    • Background
    • Alarm bells
    • What Kennedy says is happening
    • Why?
    • Attempts to get an explanation
    • Interception of Communications - scrutiny inadequate
    • Kafka-esque

  • Historical Notes, by Scott Newton
    • A Channel 4 SOE mystery (Special Operations Executive)
    • Fall-out from the Venona Decrypts

  • The View From the Bridge
    • Weird Web
    • Gerry Gable loses another libel case
    • Tinker, tailor, soldier, granny (Melita Norwood, "Stalin's granny")
    • Beams and motes (John Pilger and Foreign Secretary Robin Cook)
    • Archery (Jeffrey Archer and Mary Archer)
    • With hindsight (British intelligence operations in "I, Kovaks" by Leslie Aspin)
    • The shoe fits (NATO campaign in Kosovo, Operation Horseshoe)
    • LM=? (Living Marxism and the Economist)
    • I opener (MI6 officer Richard Tomlinson)
    • McPhilemy 2, British press 0 (Sean McPhilemy)
    • Maggie v Wislon (Margaret Thatcher, Harold Wilson, and Global Communist Conspiracy)

  • Web Update, by Jane Affleck
    • Electronic Privacy/ECHELON
    • The Internet and Libel
    • Shayler, Gadaffi plot
    • National Security Archive
    • Media
    • Human Rights
    • Europe
    • Free trade/investment/WTO

  • Curried Knight: Maxwell Knight and the MI5 in-house history, by David Turner

  • Right meets Left: The Robert Henderson/Tony Blair story
    • The water muddies
    • Enter Searchlight
    • And so

  • Waco: the fix is in, by Jim Redden

  • Where's Ware? (John Ware)
    • Ware on Wallace by Robin Ramsay
    • Baa Baa White Sheep! by Simon Matthews
      • Ware on Brent
      • Ware on Hackney

  • Book Reviewss
    • Dreamer of the Day: Francis Parker Yockey and the Postwar Fascist International, by Kevin Coogan (Autonomedia, New York, 1999) reviewed by Graham Macklin
    • We're breaking new ground: Operation Century, by Ian Cameron (17pp + 11pp documents Ł2.50 incl. p&p from 10 Knox Court, Studley Road, London SW4 6SA) reviewed by Julius Hogben
    • Wizard: the life and times of Nikola Tesla by Marc Seifer (Birch Lane Press, 1996) reviewed by Simon Matthews
      Includes Tesla, HAARP, FBI, CIA, MK-ULTRA
    • Europe Inc: Regional and Global Re.Xstructuring and the Rise of Corporate Power by Belén Balanyá, Ann Doherty, Olivier Hoedeman, Adam Ma'anit and Erik Wessselius (Pluto Press, London and Sterling (Virginia, USA) 2000)
    • Blowing the Whistle: one man's fight against fraud in the European Commission by Paul van Buitenen (London: Politicos, 2000)
    • A Covert Life, Jay Lovestone: Communist, Anti-Communist, and Spymaster by Ted Morgan (New York: Random House, 1999)
    • Freedom's War: The US Crusade Against the Soviet Union by Scott Lucas (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1999)
    • Secret History, The CIA's Classified Account of its Operations in Guatemala 1952-54 by Nick Cullather (Stanford (California): Stanford University Press 1999)
    • MILABS. Military Mind Control and Alien Abduction by Dr Helmut Lammer and Marion Lammer (Lilburn, GA (USA); IllumiNet Press, 1999)
    • Secret State, Silent Press: new militarism, the Gulf and the modern image of warfare by Richard Keeble (University of Luton Press, Luton, 1997) reviewed by Terry Hanstock
    • Tokyo Underworld: The Fast Times and Hard Life of an American Gangster in Japan by Robert Whiting, (New York: Pantheon Books, 1999. ISBN 0-679-41976-4) reviewed by Steve Koerner
    • MI6. Fifty years of Special Operations by Stephen Dorril (Fourth Estate, London, 2000) reviewed by Harold Smith and Corinne Souza

  • Storming teacups! Or: Steve Dorril, Lobster and me

  • Feedback from:
    • David Renton on Larry O'Hara
    • David Hambling on David Guyatt's alleged chemical/biological warfare operations and the Black Cat mission
    • Mick Jones on John Burnes' review of Philby:The Hidden Years

44 pages.

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