with William Blum
January 27, 2013
Image by Péé via Flickr
Originally on PressTVGlobalNews·Jan 24, 2013
Replaced video July 21, 2019
rightwithya1 on Jun 8, 2014
A close look at the history of the CIA from its initial mission of intelligence gathering during World War II to covert subversive, counterrevolutionary, assassination operations around the world to CIA-led coups and regime changes from its backyard of Latin America to Africa, Europe, Middle East/Near East, Far East, Central Asia, … to its present day War on Terror.
Also a look at CIA-run torture chambers around the world including Guantanamo and Abu Ghraib and countless unknown brigs on the deck of US ships around the world.
Operations such as operation Condor of 1975 when at least 60,000 revolutionaries were assassinated in Southern America and Operation Ajax, the 1953 coup against Iran’s Mosaddegh. A close look at CIA’s role in creating and fostering terror and terrorists around the world from Latin American assassins to the Taliban in Afghanistan.
from the archives:
A Terrible Normality by Michael Parenti
John Perkins: Corporate Assassins Determine World Order
The Secret Wars Of The CIA by John Stockwell (1987)
Sibel Edmonds on Her Book, Classified Woman by Peter B. Collins + Ungagged: Telling the Sibel Edmonds Story
The War in the Shadows by Chris Hedges
Michael Parenti: The Panama Deception + US imperialism in full view
The Latin American Revolution, Part 3: Cuba, Nicaragua and El Salvador
The Power Principle: Empire – Propaganda – Apocalypse (must-see)
Instances of the United States overthrowing, or attempting to overthrow, a foreign government since the Second World War by William Blum
Nicaragua – A Nations Right To Survive by John Pilger (1983; must-see)