This two-hour video compilation by Frank Dorrel consists of ten segments relating to CIA covert operations and US military interventions since WWII. This film includes a segment on the School of the Americas and clips featuring Amy Goodman, Ramsey Clark, Peter Dale Scott and others. The most alarming segment is by John Stockwell - is the highest-ranking CIA official ever to leave the agency and go public. He ran a CIA intelligence gathering post in Vietnam, was the Task-force commander of the CIA's secret war in Angola in 1975 and 1976, and was awarded the Medal of Merit before he resigned. He says (from the film): "Extensively, we manipulated and organized the overthrow of functioning constitutional democracies in other countries. We organized secret armies and directed them to fight in just about every continent in the world...Trying to summarize this Third World War that the CIA, the U.S. National Security Complex with the military all interwoven in it in many different ways, has been waging, let me just put it this way, the best heads that I coordinate with studying this thing, we count at least minimum figure six million people who've been killed in this long 40-year war that we have waged against the people of the Third World."
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