Join Our Members List For Exclusive Reports






    ForbiddenKnowledgeTV
    Alexandra Bruce
    June 25, 2013

    This is the final installment of the 5-part non-profit documentary film series, ‘Counter-Intelligence’ by the talented independent filmmaker, Scott Noble. This episode, “Drone Nation” focuses on the most recent phase in the history of the CIA and covert operations, with the passage of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), which allows for the indefinite detention without a trial of all Americans without a warrant.

    A Study by the Bureau of Investigative Journalism Revealed that only 1.5% of the people killed from drone strikes in Pakistan have been “high value targets.”

    The remaining 98.5% are made up of civilians and the classification “other,” which is used to designate any male of “military age” killed in the vicinity of a drone strike.

    The film series has been lauded roundly by multiple CIA veterans and by college professors, alike – the latter recommending this series to become part of the coursework for classes on political science, history, sociology and cultural criticism.

    Titles and URLs for All 5 Installments:

    1) ‘Counter-Intelligence Part 1’ – “The Company”

    2) ‘Counter-Intelligence Part 2’ – “The Deep State”

    3) ‘Counter-Intelligence Part 3’ – “The Strategy of Tension”

    4) ‘Counter-Intelligence Part 4’ – “Necrophilous”

    5) ‘Counter-Intelligence Part 5’ – “Drone Nation”

    ===

    Acclaim for Counter-Intelligence:

    “An extraordinary work by a gifted filmmaker, “Counter-Intelligence” shines sunlight into the darkest crevices of empire run amok. The film vividly exposes a monstrous and unconstitutional “deep state” in which multiple competing chains of command — all but one illegal — hijack government capabilities and taxpayer funds to commit crimes against humanity in our name. Anyone who cares about democracy, good government, and the future will want to watch all five segments of this remarkable film.”

    — Robert David Steele Vivas: CIA, USMC, OSS, Earth Intelligence Network and Founder, Phi Beta Iota the Public Intelligence Blog

    ===

    “A beautifully crafted and thought-provoking journey through America’s secret wars.”

    — Trevor Paglen
    Author, The Dark Geography of the Pentagon’s Secret World

    ===

    “Sunshine is the best disinfectant. With Counter-Intelligence, Scott Noble is here to clean house.”

    — Stephen Lendman
    Veterans Today

    ===

    “A compelling, prodigious work,”

    — Kathy Christison
    Former CIA Officer

    ===

    “A groundbreaking, much needed review of the structure and operational capability of America’s intelligence bureaucracy.”

    — Bo Filter
    Author, The Cause of Wars and Aggression

    ===

    “Scott Noble may have outdone himself with Counter Intelligence. The Psywar filmmaker amassed a tour de force of power elite and deep state scholars weighing in and synthesizing decades of research. From the rise of the national security state and mass proliferation of state/corporate propaganda to the normalization of constant, now remote (drone) warfare and the ongoing decay of constitutional rights, Noble lays out some of the most significant, yet oft overlooked or outright censored information about one of the most significant issues of our times– Black-Ops. Noble helps expose the real conspiracies of the powerful factually, transparently, and responsibly. It’s a film that should be screening across the US, but given the nature and subject of the film, don’t count on it. Share and show it far and wide. Counter-Intelligence would be an excellent addition to college classes on political science, history, sociology, or critical thinking to spark debate and discussion, utilizing what’s left of our First Amendment rights while we still can.”

    — Mickey Huff
    Director, Project Censored/Media Freedom Foundation and Professor of Social Science and History, Diablo Valley College

    Contributed by

    Contact

    You Might Like

    Alexandra Bruce

    View all posts

    Add comment

    Most Viewed Posts

    Categories