Posts Tagged ‘anarchists’

Disinfowars 17 – The Mystery of Martial Bourdin

Martial Bourdin was an anarchist who accidentally blew himself up near the Greenwich Royal Observatory in London in 1894. This event formed the basis for a book by Joseph Conrad and a film by Alfred Hitchcock, but behind the absurdity and horror lies a familiar tale of secret agents, insider ...
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George Orwell MI5 and Special Branch files

As with virtually every other 20th century writer of significance, George Orwell was on the books of the intelligence services as a suspected Communist.  His FBI file only contains material from after his death, but MI5 and Special Branch had tabs on him for 15 years before that.  The files ...
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ClandesTime 049 – Is There Anyone to Vote For?

I reflect on the forthcoming British general election and consider whether any of the candidates are worthy of my vote.  I look at the three main parties (Tory, Liberal, Labour), the three alternatives that are rising in popularity (UKIP, Green, SNP) and a couple of new fringe parties that I ...
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ClandesTime 029 – Humanarchy

In this episode I talk about a new website called Humanarchy, an open source political philosophy project.  I discuss some of my own background in philosophy, how I came back to the topic after years researching false flag terrorism and popular culture, the ideas that inspired me to start this ...
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ClandesTime 015 – Mark Stone/Kennedy

Mark Kennedy was an undercover policeman who infiltrated the British anarchist movement for 7 years. In this episode I recount this story, highlighting how Kennedy (under the pseudonym Mark Stone) acted as an agent provocateur in cases that have now collapsed or are under appeal. I also look at how ...
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Thatchergate Files on Faked Reagan-Thatcher phone call

Shortly before the UK general election of June 1983 the Thatchergate scandal broke when a tape recording and an anonymous letter were sent to several Dutch newspapers.  The recording was purportedly a phone conversation between then UK Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher and then US President Ronald Reagan.  The conversation included ...
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James Bond a moral standard according to High Court

A recent ruling by the High Court has established that the behaviour of fictional spy James Bond is now an acceptable benchmark for the behaviour of real spies in the real world.  The ruling concerned a case being brought by several political activists who formed sexual relationships with people they ...
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