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Wednesday, August 29, 2012

RAMOS HORTA DEBUNKED ASIO'S ASSUMPTIONS

by Sasha Uzunov

De-classified Australian Security Intelligence Organisation (ASIO) files, lodged with the National Archives of Australia, from the mid-1970s reveal that East Timorese independence leader Jose Manuel RAMOS HORTA debunked a number of assumptions that ASIO held about his political leanings.




1970s radical chic: Timorese independence leader Jose Manuel RAMOS HORTA of the FRETILIN Party, visiting Darwin, Australia in 1975, refused to be viewed through a Cold War prism by ASIO. 










Photo source: www.naa.gov.au - The National Archives of Australia.






If the small South-East Asian half island of East Timor had gained its independence from colonial power Portugal rather than being violently taken over by neighbouring Indonesia in 1975 and had also embraced the British sport of Cricket, RAMOS HORTA would have made a champion batsman, rather than an international statesman at age 26.

Simply put in Cricket terminology RAMOS HORTA played ASIO with a straight-bat and deftly deflected the propaganda war waged by Indonesia during the Cold War by accusing the FRETILIN Party, vanguard of the Timorese independence movement, of being communist, which in the West and in ASIO's view would have been anathema. East Timor got its rightful independence in 1999 and with Australia finally letting go of its fear of Indonesia by embracing Timorese self-determination.

The ASIO files state clearly that RAMOS HORTA made it obvious that FRETILIN was neither Marxist or Stalinist. ASIO analysts saw the light on this. You can see the change in assessments. Instead, ASIO, some would say in a rather paranoid manner, placed undue emphasis on the prominent Australian left wingers who showed an interest in East Timor. There are thousands upon thousands of pages on prominent Australian journalist Jill Joliffe and Denis Freney who gave their support for Timorese independence.

The ASIO files reveal that RAMOS HORTA, grateful for left-wing support, also kept a healthy distance from his supporters. He also counted flamboyant Andrew Peacock, later to become Australia's Foreign Minister in the conservative Fraser government, as a friend.

In 2008, Australia's top investigative reporter Phillip Dorling, writing in the Canberra Times newspaper and quoting from the ASIO files, summed it up thus:

 ""That Horta should avail himself of the [Communist Party's] hospitality in no way reflects his concurrence with the political aims of that party.'' Notwithstanding observations such as these, the extensive and detailed ASIO intelligence reporting of Ramos-Horta's association with Australian communists, especially Freney, and with the leftist journalist Jill Joliffe..." 

A July 3, 1975 ASIO assessment sent to the Joint Intelligence Organisation - HORTA: "FRETILIN WAS NEITHER MARXIST OR STALINIST BUT SOUGHT AN INDEPENDENT IDEOLOGY.

A June 27, 1975 ASIO report- HORTA IS IN AUSTRALIA REPRESENTING THE VIEWS OF FRETILIN A POLITICAL MOVEMENT ENDEAVOURING TO OBTAIN INDEPENDENCE FOR PORTUGUESE TIMOR BY DEMOCRATIC MEANS. HE IS TALKING WITH PEOPLE IN ALL AREAS OF GOVERNMENT...

ASIO officers were instructed to: "THAT HORTA SHOULD AVAIL HIMSELF OF [THE COMMUNIST PARTY OF AUSTRALIA] CPA'S HOSPITALITY IN NO WAY REFLECTS HIS CONCURRENCE WITH THE POLITICAL AIMS OF THAT PARTY. That is why it is imperative to head reports as has been done in this case, "CPA interest in FRETILIN" or "CPA interest in Visit of RAMOS-HORTA," not merely "FRETILIN" or "Jose Manuel HORTA."

Simply put, the Timorese people were fighting for their very existence in the face of the expected Indonesian invasion which came on 7 December 1975 (Pearl Harbor Day).

RAMOS-HORTA went on to share the 1996 Nobel Peace Prize with fellow Timorese, Catholic Bishop Belo. In the post-1999 era he has served as the new state's Foreign Minister, Prime Minister and President.


RAMOS-HORTA in 2009. Photo source: USAID.
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Monday, August 27, 2012

MURPHY'S LAW - 1973 ASIO HEADQUARTERS RAID



TERRORISM MANIA: Australia's Federal Attorney-General Lionel Murphy (left) and The Canberra Times newspaper Editor At Large Jack Waterford (below). In 1973 Waterford received an unexpected & accidental tip-off from the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation (ASIO) that A-G Murphy would be raiding the headquarters of the spy service--in search of information on "alleged Croatian terrorists." Waterford's revelation appears in a documentary film "UDBa down under-Yugoslav spying in Australia," due for release in 2013.


















- The 1973 tragi-comedy raid upon ASIO HQ.
- Journalist accidently tipped off by ASIO over raid !

The infamous 1973 Murphy Raid on the Melbourne headquarters of the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation (ASIO) in search of documents on alleged Croatian extremists was terrorism mania gone mad. 


To add to this high farce, which plunged the country's counter-intelligence capabilities into crisis, ASIO inadvertently passed on a tip to a journalist, Jack Waterford, now Editor At Large for the The Canberra Times !

The then Prime Minister Gough Whitlam lamented "the greatest mistake the Government has made has been to take the (Commonwealth) police into ASIO HQ."

Jack Waterford, interviewed on camera for a documentary film "UDBa down under-Yugoslav spying in Australia," due for release in 2013, revealed

"And I became involved in it accidently…because there was a journalist at the Canberra Times at the time who was incredibly close to ASIO which I was most definitely not…

"But I came into the office one day … His phone was ringing and I picked it up and before I had a chance to say ###### is not here. Somebody said “look ###### I haven’t got much time to talk to you but Murphy raided ASIO in Canberra last and he’s on a plane down to Melbourne to raid it (headquarters)…” "

In lessons that are still applicable to today's "war on terror," the de-classified ASIO post action report--submitted with other files to the 1974-77 Hope Royal Commission of Inquiry into Intelligence and Security and now lodged with the National Archives of Australia--on the raid shows what happens when jumping on ideological bandwagons, political opportunism and burning ambition get in the way of serious and genuine counter-terrorism work.
ASIO documents: Visits by Attorney-General to ASIO Offices at Canberra and Melbourne on 16 and 22 March 1973. It contains most of the more substantial written evidence furnished to the 1974-77 Hope Royal Commission by the Australian Security and Intelligence Organization (ASIO), Australian Security and Intelligence Service (ASIS), Defence Signal’s Directorate (DSD), Joint Intelligence Office (JIO), Department of Foreign Affairs and the Commonwealth Police. source: National Archives of Australia. (Series number: A12389. Control symbol: A95. Item barcode: 4727940)
With the benefit of hindsight, the report has turned out largely to be accurate.

The report is scathing of Murphy and his right hand man Kerry Milte, a former Commonwealth Police Superintendent turned lawyer turned "security expert" turned "strategic analyst." 

But what was the objective of the raid?  In mid March 1973, Federal Attorney General Lionel Murphy together with this Commonwealth Police Praetorian Guard and Milte raided the ASIO offices in Canberra and Melbourne, believing, as it turns out wrongly, that ASIO was withholding documents on alleged Croatian terrorists who posed a threat to the Yugoslav Prime Minister Dzemal Bijedic, a Bosnian, about to arrive in Australia on an official visit.


The raid was amateurish, keystone cops stuff. Murphy was told by ASIO during the raid that Yugoslav intelligence service- UDBa - could be setting up Croats but Murphy dismissed it. 

Murphy just wanted to see the files on Croats.

A NEW SHERRIFF IN TOWN: The Balmain Cowboy (George Negus) meets the ambitious Melbourne Marshall (Kerry Milte)

Author Jenny Hocking in her book: "Lionel Murphy: A political biography," writes:

"...Kerry Milte, a former Commonwealth Police officer who had come to the attention of Murphy via his press secretary George Negus [big name Australian journalist]. Milte was one of the helpers who latched themselves on to the new Labor Party [ALP] government and had his own ambition in Murphy's restructuring of the Commonwealth Police Force. It was he who first suggested to Murphy that ASIO was withholding vital information from him concerning Croatian terrorism in Australia, and soon Milte was on Murphy's staff as an advisor."

But other ASIO documents, not related to the Hope Royal Commission, reveal that a Yugoslav proposal dating back to the late 1960s and repeated in early 1970s included the sending of a Yugoslav intelligence (UDBa) officer to Australia to exchange information on "Croatian terrorists" with the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation (ASIO) and the Commonwealth Police Force (the forerunner of the Australian Federal Police).

But incredulously the Yugoslav government could not find a suitable UDBa officer with English language skills ! 


INTELLIGENCE TURF WAR - Commonwealth Police & ASIO clash over the Croats.

"Visits by Attorney-General to ASIO Offices at Canberra and Melbourne on 16 and 22 March 1973" report, chapter 18, in no uncertain terms tells of an intelligence war fought between the Commonwealth Police (later to become the Australian Federal Police in 1980) and ASIO over domestic counter-intelligence and counter-terrorism, especially over the handling of the Croat issue.

Milte was accused of wanting to establish his own security empire in turning the Commonwealth Police into an Australian version of the American FBI. The two documents below show ASIO's dislike of Milte and his showdown with ASIO officer M.D. Boyle.

















Milte's "resume"









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The Commonwealth Police Chief at the time Ray Whitrod (1960-69) and Milte tried to infiltrate an Aboriginal Rights protest in Canberra during 1968. Milte dressed up and pretended to be a protester in order to infiltrate radical student demonstrators. The 1968 ASIO report deliciously points out that Milte even carried a protest sign and Whitrod in sports attire was waiting for Milte. Comedy gold. You couldn't make this stuff up ! Can you imagine a current State or Federal Police Chief doing that now?! 








































Background

To understand the dynamics of the Yugoslav versus Croat showdown: Communist Yugoslavia was a federation of Serbs, Croats, Macedonians, Slovenes, Montenegrins, Muslim Bosnians, and other ethnic groups, led by Marshal Josip Broz Tito who broke away from the Iron Curtain in 1949. A rivalry developed between Yugoslavia and the Soviet Union, which Tito managed to use to his advantage by squeezing aid out of the West in order to stay out of the Soviet Camp. 

But Tito was also adept at cosying up to the USSR when it suited him, especially after the death of Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin in 1953.

In the early 1970s the Yugoslav government began a campaign to discredit emigre Croats, Macedonians and others opposed to the regime, whether their opposition translated into terrorism or just peaceful means. So a dirty tricks strategy was commenced with agent provocateurs and infiltrators, ironically learned from the Soviet Secret Police Cheka/OGPU/NKVD/KGB.

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Wednesday, August 22, 2012

ASIO FEARED CARLOS THE JACKAL AUSSIE CONNECTION

ASIO SPIED UPON ARAB DIPLOMAT AND PALESTINIAN GROUPSby Sasha Uzunov

De-classified intelligence documents lodged in the National Archives of Australia reveal that in the late 1970s during the terrorism mania sweeping the country, the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation (ASIO) feared the activities of an Iraqi diplomat--close to Australian leftists--because of his connection to infamous hitman Carlos The Jackal.


A 1979 report by ASIO Director General A.L. Woodward to the then Attorney General Senator Peter Durack QC highlighted:

"The Iraqi Consul General in Sydney, Riyadh Ali Sabah Al-Azzawi, who took up his post on 29 April 1978, has had two previous diplomatic postings--in Austria and [East Germany]...

"While en-poste in Vienna as Second Secretary with the Iraqi Embassy, Al-Azzawi acted as a mediator between the international terrorist "Carlos" (Ilich Ramirez-Sanchez) and the Austrian authorities following the attack on OPEC [peak body representing oil producing countries] headquarters on 21 December 1975 by "Carlos" and his Palestinian supporters.

Al-Azzawi apparently knew "Carlos" prior to the OPEC attack and recently described his current appearance."

Carlos, also known as the Jackal, was a Venezuelan born Marxist-Leninist who joined the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP), a terrorist group aligned with Yasser Arafat's Palestinian Liberation Organisation (PLO), and fighting against Israel for a break away independent Palestinian state.

In 1975 Carlos and his PFLP team took hostages at the OPEC conference in Vienna to publicise the Palestinian cause. In exchange for the release of the hostages Carlos and his team were allowed to leave Austria. His life as an assassin came to end when he was arrested in 1994 in Sudan and later imprisoned in France.


Iraq had been under the rule of Baath Party, a Socialist and Pan-Arab nationalist entity, since 1968, with a young dictator Saddam Hussein assuming the country's Presidency in 1979.

The 1979 ASIO report also noted that the Iraqi diplomat kept two rifles at his home in Sydney and was also granted a pistol licence by News South Wales Police and carried the handgun, a .38 Smith and Wesson, on him at all times.



WILLIAM HENRY "LIBYA BILL" HARTLEY

Bill Hartley (1930-2006), an Australian hardcore ALP Victorian Socialist Left heavy hitter, developed a working relationship with Al-Azzawi but the Iraqi diplomat did not fully trust the Australian, according to the ASIO report:



Hartley developed close links to the Arab world and was a supporter of the Palestinian cause. He was also tight with the Gadaffi regime of Libya (1969-2012). In 1975 Hartley together with Australia's Prime Minister Gough Whitlam and ALP National Secretary David Combe raised $500,000 election campaign funds from the Iraqi regime but the money never arrived--a middleman embezzled the cash !

Media mogul Rupert Murdoch broke the story about the shadowy Henri Fischer and his involvement in the Iraqi cash. See the Phillip Dorling story, link below:

link: The plot to get Gough

ASIO kept many volumes of files on Hartley's activities, and the de-classfied documents can be found in the National Archives of Australia.
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Monday, August 20, 2012

MOSCOW GOLD ?

SOVIET INTERFERENCE?
OR BELGRADE'S FOOL'S GOLD?

by Sasha Uzunov

Did the Soviet Union try to interfere in the Yugoslav government's campaign against dissident Croats in Australia during the 1970s at the tail end of the Cold War?

Story:

The Australian Security Intelligence Organisation (ASIO) was deeply concerned about a schism that had developed within dissident Croatian ranks abroad, namely Australia and Western Europe in the 1970s.

A 1971 assessment paper for ASIO and the then Commonwealth Police--declassified and in the National Archives of Australia-- raised concerns about a faction headed by the mysterious Dr Branimir "Branko" Jelic, a Croat right wing nationalist living in West Germany who believed that an independent Croatian homeland could only break away from then communist Yugoslavia with assistance from the Soviet Union.

In 1972 Dr Jelic, Moscow's man, was assassinated by UDBa, the Yugoslav Secret Police, and no doubt Washington would have looked the other way, as the enemy of my enemy is my friend !

To understand the dynamics: Communist Yugoslavia was a federation of Serbs, Croats, Macedonians, Slovenes, Montenegrins, Muslim Bosnians, and other ethnic groups, led by Marshal Josip Broz Tito who broke away from the Iron Curtain in 1949. A rivalry developed between Yugoslavia and the Soviet Union, which Tito managed to use to his advantage by squeezing aid out of the West in order to stay out of the Soviet Camp. 

But Tito was also adept at cosying up to the USSR when it suited him, especially after the death of Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin in 1953.

In the early 1970s the Yugoslav government began a campaign to discredit emigre Croats, Macedonians and others opposed to the regime, whether their opposition translated into terrorism or just peaceful means. So a dirty tricks strategy was commenced with agent provocateurs and infiltrators, ironically learned from the Soviet Secret Police Cheka/OGPU/NKVD/KGB.

The Moscow faction within the Croat dissident community remains a touchy and mysterious subject. It is hard to know whether it was genuine Soviet interference or another fiendish double cross thought up by Belgrade.

However, the importance is that the West, and in particular ASIO, believed in the Soviet plot. 
































































Denis Strangman, the then Private Secretary to Senator F.P. McManus, Federal Leader of the DLP, in The ASIO-CROATIAN AFFAIR of 1973 chapter to Les Shaw's book, The Shape of the Labor Regime, mentions high ranking Czech communist defector Major-General Jan Sejna.

Sejna claimed there had been a Warsaw Pact plan, code named Polarka which was to involve raids into Yugoslavia from Austria. The raids would be used by the Warsaw Pact (under Moscow control) as a pretext for invasion..."

The irony is Yugoslavia did not fall apart in 1991 because of "Croatian extremism" abroad, Soviet interference, the Vatican's meddling or because of the CIA. The ultimate disintegration was due to Serbian and Albanian ethnic tensions in the province of Kosovo that spooked the northern most republic of Yugoslavia, Slovenia, which had no history of "overseas extremists," pulling the pin and seceding from the federation.


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by Sasha Uzunov

In more twists and turns than a John Le Carre Cold War espionage novel and what would drive conspiracy theorists into an orgasmic delight including Aussie Hollywood star Mel Gibson, the Yugoslav Communist government in the early 1970s did not follow through on its own security proposal to combat "Croatian terrorism" on Australian soil, despite Australia agreeing to the proposal.

The proposal dating back to the late 1960s and repeated in early 1970s included the sending of a Yugoslav intelligence (UDBa) officer to Australia to exchange information on "Croatian terrorists" with the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation (ASIO) and the Commonwealth Police Force (the forerunner of the Australian Federal Police).

But incredulously the Yugoslav government could not find a suitable UDBa officer with English language skills !


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Saturday, August 18, 2012

MASTER CHEF / MASTER SPY

stock photo / wikipedia                                                        Trajkovski's Kebap diplomacy

by Sasha Uzunov

Waiter, there's a fly in my soup..a hidden bug in my kebap (cevapcici)...!

Dr Georgi Trajkovski, the Yugoslav diplomat believed to be the mastermind behind a dirty tricks campaign to discredit Australian-Croats and Macedonians during the 1970s loved to “entertain” his unsuspecting victims by getting them to come to one of his favourite restaurants in the city centre of Melbourne and hold impromptu interrogation sessions.

According to recently released files kept by the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation (ASIO), Trajkovski's favourite eatery was the Golden Grill restaurant in Exhibition Street, Melbourne.

Trajkovski, Yugoslav Consul General in Melbourne between 1975-79, would no doubt have tucked into the Golden Grill's offering of traditional Macedonian and Balkan cuisine of grilled meats known as kebapi (cevapcici), sarma (sauerkraut stuffed with rice and pork mince), corba (soup) and so on as he tried to squeeze information out of his guests.

The Yugoslav diplomat, originally an ethnic Macedonian from Aegean Macedonia, now in Greece, also liked his alcohol. ASIO documents reveal the Yugoslav Ambassador scolding Trajkovski over his consumption of too much duty free alcohol.

Both ASIO field agents and desk bound analysts were bamboozled by Trajkovski's bon vivant lifestyle, his uncouth peasant manner and underestimated his ability to infiltrate and undermine local Croat and Macedonian groups. Perhaps they are like the antagonists in the 1992 action film “Undersiege” starring martial artist Steven Seagal, who underestimated Seagal's character Casey Ryback, a Navy SEAL turned chef, by dismissing him as “he's only a cook!”

But Trajkovski, a married man with a son and a daughter, despite speaking haltingly in English, was fluent in Italian, the international language of   romance. ASIO documents reveal him trying to serenade an attractive Italian widow without much success but then asking a diplomatic colleague to find him a 30 year old female companion.

MILAN LOZANKOSKI – fellow gourmand & informer?

One of his alleged informers within the Macedonian community in Melbourne during the 1970s, according to the ASIO documents, was Milan Lozankoski (1932-2010), the then owner of New Europe (Nova Evropa) Restaurant in High Street, Preston, Melbourne, but now under new management.

An ASIO wiretap on the 18 April 1977 recorded this telephone conversation:

Milan from Nova Evropa asks to speak to Trajkovski. The secretary tells him he won't be back till Thursday. She asks Milan why he does not come to see them (at the Yugoslav Consulate in Hawthorn, Melbourne). Milan replied that it is in the interest of both sides that he is not seen entering the consulate...

...Milan invites Trajkovski to come to Nova Evropa, but to let him know beforehand, as he wants to be there personally – there are things which can be shown and others which cannot. Trajkovski wants to have a long talk with Milan soon.

ASIO notation on the transcribed phone wiretap reads: Milan seems to be an informer.


































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