Speaking Freely: Ray McGovern | Full Film | Cinema Libre Studio

Full of inside information you have never heard before about the way in which our nation’s most secretive agency operates.
Having Served as a CIA analyst for 27 years, Ray McGovern speaks candidly about the creation of the Agency, the deceit that lead to the invasion of Iraq, the questionable character of George Tenet, and more. In stark frankness, McGovern examines the politicization of the Central Intelligence Agency and how it came to be an entity that serves the White House agenda, instead of one that serves up the unbiased truth.

USA 2007, 52 minutes, Color

DIRECTOR: Philippe Diaz

FEATURING: Ray McGovern

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Interview with former CIA-Analyst: Ray McGovern

In this video acTVism Munich interviews former CIA (Central Intelligence Agency) analyst, Ray McGovern, who talks about his experience in the agency and the reasons that led him to become an activist and outspoken critic of the US government.  The interview surfaces a number of issues that include: “Enhanced interrogation techniques” a euphemism for the U.S. government’s program of systematic torture, the role that European governments played in supporting this program, Edward Snowden & the NSA affair, the significance of activism in todays day and age, etc.

Why did President Obama, despite his campaign promises, not pursue meaningful change within the CIA?

Who is Edward Snowden? Is he a traitor or a hero?

What is the role of activism in all of this and what consequences will the European & US population face if they fail to organize & mobilize for change?

Raymond McGovern  is a retired CIA officer turned political activist. McGovern was a CIA analyst from 1963 to 1990, and in the 1980s chaired National Intelligence Estimates and prepared the President’s Daily Brief. He received the Intelligence Commendation Medal at his retirement, returning it in 2006 to protest the CIA’s involvement in torture. McGovern’s post-retirement work includes commentating on intelligence issues and in 2003 co-founding Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity.

Interview mit dem ehemaligen CIA-Analyst Ray McGovern

In diesem Video interviewt acTVism Munich den ehemaligen CIA (Central Intelligence Agency) Analyst Ray McGovern. Er spricht über seine Erfahrungen beim Geheimdienst sowie über die Gründe, weshalb er ein Aktivist und entschiedener Kritiker der US-Regierung wurde. Das Interview fördert eine Reihe von Kernpunkten zutage: „verschärfte Vernehmungstechniken“ als Euphemismus für das US-Programm zur systematischen Folterung, die Rolle der Europäischen Regierungen bei der Unterstützung dieser Programme, Edward Snowden & die NSA-Affäre, die Bedeutung von Aktivismus in der heutigen Zeit etc.

Warum hat Präsident Obama, trotz seiner Kampagnen-Versprechen, nicht versucht, sinnvolle Veränderung innerhalb der CIA herbeizuführen?

Wer ist Edward Snowden? Ist er Verräter oder Held?

Welche Rolle spielt Aktivismus in alledem, und mit welchen Konsequenzen muss die Europäische & US-Bevölkerung rechnen, falls es ihr nicht gelingt, sich für Veränderung zu organisieren und zu mobilisieren?

Diese und noch mehr Fragen werden im untenstehenden Video beantwortet.