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With John’s experience in the CIA, as a Whistleblower who was imprisoned for his discussion, he is a sought after speaker for international organizations, colleges and corporations.
As an international expert in political affairs and experiencing the consequences of governmental missteps, John has a unique perspective on whistleblowing, torture policy, and prison reform.
John Kiriakou was a senior staff member in the United States Senate. He served in the Central Intelligence Agency from 1990 until March 2004, first as an analyst and later as a counterterrorism operations officer. He was later named the executive assistant to the CIA’s associate deputy director for operations, where he was intimately involved in planning for the Iraq war. His op-eds on the Middle East and Afghanistan have appeared in more than eighty newspapers in dozens of countries.
That is the question.... Unless you live under a rock you have probably heard of the now infamous C.I.A. torture report. Join the RRR crew as we dive into the gritty details of the report. And all aspects of the issue, blowback, public reactions, was it right, did it even work? Many questions remain. Feel free to join the convo and have your voice heard....."I fear you speak upon the rack where men enforced do speak anything" W.S. 1598 ......................Viva la Revolution!
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(267)521-0167 to discuss the evidence presented in the Hoffman Report, that there was collusion between the American Psychological Association and the Department of Defense. Open lines callers will be asked to discuss issues of the involvement of psychologists in torture, or working in war in general, or other ideas they have about the meaning of the report. I also will be discussing some unintended consequences of the investigation . . . .Curious?
Also discussed will be Division 35 and the President-elect's role in the PENS taks force and continued leadership role in the Society for Women in Psychology--
I read the Hoffman Report:
Blogs I wrote about Division 35 Society for Women in Psychology, American Psychological Association
I will discuss the recent torture report released by the US Senate in light of thr history of the CIA throughout my lifetime. Just like the economy, the CIA goes in cycles.I will give a brief description of my first hand experience with spying and its victims.
With the release of the report on CIA torture of prisoners of war - terrorists having been declared prisoners of war by our government under King George II of America - we are faced with the truth that our immediate past President and Vice President were and are war criminals. While there are, as some pundits have pointed out, statutes of limitations on war crimes in American law, there are not in international law. What will we do about this? Will we sit back and say that these things were necessary to protect our freedom? Will those of us claiming to be people of faith and spirituality simply look the other way, substituting our country and national interests for the God of our understanding? Or will we stand up and call for an end to these practices and an end to our government being accessories after the fact by failing to turn Bush, Cheney, et. al. over to International Justice? As people of faith, can we tolerate this behavior on the part of our government?
Time permitting, we will look at the much more pedestrian issue of Time magazine actually considering making NFL Comissioner Roger Goodell its person of the year. Even allowing that Time's person of the year may have influenced the news for better or worse, is this bumbling idiot the kind of person we believe is all that important>
Last night on Greta Van Susteran's show, On the Record, Pastor Saeed Spoke Out About the Torture He Endured for His Faith in Christ. We'll play the full interview for you, in case you missed it.
Also, there's a Christian family in Norway that has had their children taken away because they are accused of Christian indoctrination. We will share with you where you can sign a petition to help raise awareness about this family.
A florist has also been targeted by Washington state will also give testimony tomorrow about what has happened to her because of her Christian faith.
Tonight Splash talks about well Torture and the IRS ..... and you know I will touch on the Fair Tax. Is it what the US really needs? What would it do for the individuals, businesses and the economy as a whole?
We got to Hillary last night We will get to Liz Warren tonight.
We will also get to all the push back on the Senate Torture Report that we didn't get to last night: Hayden, Brennan and the rest of the spy world
We didn't have enough time for Gruber last night .... maybe we will get to him, although he just doesn't sem that significant anymore. Maybe we are really all just a bunch of grubers.
All this and more on tonight's show. Tune in! Call in! Be there!
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