Daniel Ellsberg.

[Daniel Ellsberg is a former American military analyst employed by the RAND Corporation who precipitated a national firestorm in 1971 when he released the Pentagon Papers, the US military's account of activities during the Vietnam War, to The New York Times. The release awakened the American people to a systematic program of organized deception carried out by the Pentagon against the population to continue the Vietnam War.]


[DVD 2010 Jan] The Most Dangerous Man in America: Daniel Ellsberg and the Pentagon Papers


Ellsberg: From Vietnam to Afghanistan

Don't repeat Vietnam in Afghanistan Pt.1 Daniel Ellsberg: The counter-insurgency plan in Afganistan is similar to Viet Nam

Don't repeat Vietnam in Afghanistan Pt.2  Daniel Ellsberg: The counter-insurgency plan in Afganistan is similar to Viet Nam

Brasscheck TV: "The Most Dangerous Man in America"  Daniel Ellsburg"The most dangerous man in America" That's what Henry Kissinger called Daniel Ellsberg, the ex-Marine, combat veteran and Pentagon analyst who blew the whistle on the government lies that made the Vietnam War possible:

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Secrets: A Memoir of Vietnam and the Pentagon Papers by Daniel Ellsberg

 "Nothing lies ahead in Afghanistan, no success of any sort will be lasting once American troops leave.  I am sure President Obama has been told this, as Johnson and Nixon were before him (Vietnam).  They are not going to get effective operation out of Afghan troops from any number of years.  We have been training them for 8, 8 more years, 80 more years will not provide foreign troops with the motivation to fight against their own countrymen, against the independence of their own country for a foreign power, and we are a foreign power in Afghanistan......Americans are kept totally ignorant about the bloody side of war."--Daniel Ellsberg, fmr US Military analyst