Douglas Valentine's Blog

Kara Zugman's review of The Phoenix Program at Truthout

August 8, 2014

Tags: Against Forgetting: "The Phoenix Program" and the Awakening of Historical Memory

http://truth-out.org/opinion/item/25428-against-forgetting-the-phoenix-program-the-war-on-terror-and-the-awakening-of-historical-memory-and-the-bureaucratization-of-evil

video of my appearance on RT

August 8, 2014

Tags: me on RT explaining the Senate's CIA torture report:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AK9g-qRazEc&feature=youtu.be

full text of my interview with RT on the Senate's CIA torture report

August 8, 2014

Tags: CIA, Crime, Human rights, Intelligence, USA, Violence

http://rt.com/op-edge/178684-cia-tortures-usa-public-opinion/

Americans are actually in favor of the CIA committing all the war crimes’


The American public is brainwashed by the government to think the CIA is defending them from enemies as opposed to the terrible things the CIA actually does to expand the US empire and keep it afloat, (more…)

July 6, 2009

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CompleteWorks

Poetry Anthology
"Doug Valentine has assembled an impressive collection of poets. Against the backdrop of our own time, they raise their voices in a collective act of rebellion. In so doing, they inspire us toward our own renewed efforts to secure peace and justice in a world more and more bereft of such virtues." Robert Bernard Hass, Edinboro University
Non-Fiction Expose
"Valentine has shined a bright light into the darkest corner of the Vietnam War, and one of the darkest in American history." -- Nicholas Proffitt, author of Gardens of Stone.
Non-Fiction History - It's Out
This exposé documents previously unknown aspects of federal drug law enforcement from the formation of the Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs and the creation of the Drug Enforcement Administration until the present day. Learn how the CIA hijacked federal drug enforcement and turned it into an adjunct of national security.
Non-Fiction History
"...highlighting the names and black deeds of an outlandish cast of wayward narcs, killer-spooks and globe-trotting godfathers (Wolf) is an expose of the never-ending lap-dance between organized crime and the national security establishment,"
Action Adventure
"A fantastic read." -- Mike Levine, author of The New York Times bestseller, Deep Cover.
Thrillers
"A soldier's fascinating story of wartime survival and betrayal...a shocking denouement." -- Paul Bach, literary critic.