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Author: Ron Ridenour
ISBN: 0962497517
Language: English
Pages: 174 pages
Category: Politics & Government
Publisher: Editorial Jose Marti; First edition (1991)
Rating: 4.3
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Backfire: The CIA's Biggest Burn Paperback – 1991. Backfire is the first book written about the 26 Cuban and one Italian moles, who infiltrated the CIA for Cuba's Department of State Security, and came out in unision in 1987

Backfire: The CIA's Biggest Burn Paperback – 1991. by. Ron Ridenour (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Backfire is the first book written about the 26 Cuban and one Italian moles, who infiltrated the CIA for Cuba's Department of State Security, and came out in unision in 1987. The 50,000 book presents testimonies of three of the double agents, including the dean, who led a triple life for 21 years, a summary of the others, revels some of the major crimes and covert action efforts of the Agency, and elucidates the collaborative role the US mass media plays for the covert warriors.

Ron Ridenour’s latest book (this is his 10th book on international relations and politics) takes a direct shot at one of the most prevailing myths in the western political discourse: the thesis that Russia, then the Soviet Union, and, since 1991, Russia again have been uniquely aggressive an. .

Ron Ridenour’s latest book (this is his 10th book on international relations and politics) takes a direct shot at one of the most prevailing myths in the western political discourse: the thesis that Russia, then the Soviet Union, and, since 1991, Russia again have been uniquely aggressive and generally bellicose states.

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Today's guest Ron Ridenour says it's the US military empire that craves endless wa. He has published six books about Cuba (Backfire: CIA’s Biggest Burn and Cuba at Sea), plus Yankee Sandinistas, Sounds of Venezuela, and Tamil Nation in Sri Lanka.

Today's guest Ron Ridenour says it's the US military empire that craves endless war. Russia, he says, has been pro-peace and defensive in its orientation since at least the 1917 revolution. and in some ways for centuries before that.

The big shots, led by President Trump and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, have been talking tough about the resolute move they’ve made; meanwhile, the troops are hunkered down waiting for the rockets to land - and watching.

The big shots, led by President Trump and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, have been talking tough about the resolute move they’ve made; meanwhile, the troops are hunkered down waiting for the rockets to land - and watching much of what they’ve been fighting for slip away into the swamp of abandoned military missions. That’s an issue that . planners are weighing, even as Pompeo assures the country that it’s very clear the world’s a safer place today after the killing of Soleimani. operations in Bahrain, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia and the Red Sea are possible targets, too. Also watch: ‘America is the enemy of God’: Calls for revenge at Soleimani funeral in Iraq.

He has published six books about Cuba (Backfire: The CIA’s Biggest Burn, and Cuba at Sea), plus Yankee . Uncompromising chronicler and critic of his times, participant and witness, Ron Ridenour is fully the model for what we might call a people’s engagé historian

He has published six books about Cuba (Backfire: The CIA’s Biggest Burn, and Cuba at Sea), plus Yankee Sandinistas, Sounds of Venezuela, and Tamil Nation in Sri Lanka. Uncompromising chronicler and critic of his times, participant and witness, Ron Ridenour is fully the model for what we might call a people’s engagé historian. Born in the USA, in 1939, in history's largest military empire, Ron Ridenour rejected the American Dream in 1961, and has since acted as a anti-war, solidarity, and radical activist.

Pictured above: Ron Ridenour at a 2015 Danish antiwar demonstration. He has published six books about Cuba ( Backfire: The CIA’s Biggest Burn and Cuba at Sea ), plus The Russian Peace Threat: Pentagon on Alert, Yankee Sandinistas, Sounds of Venezuela, and Tamil Nation in Sri Lanka. The above is Ron’s short introduction.

Ron Ridenour’s latest book (this is his 10th book on.The book is separated into three parts. My other big regret with this book is that it does not have an index.

Backfire is the first book written about the 26 Cuban and one Italian moles, who infiltrated the CIA for Cuba's Department of State Security, and came out in unision in 1987. The 50,000 book presents testimonies of three of the double agents, including the dean, who led a triple life for 21 years, a summary of the others, revels some of the major crimes and covert action efforts of the Agency, and elucidates the collaborative role the US mass media plays for the covert warriors. Cuba's counterintelligence proves that the CIA never stopped attempting to murder Fidel Castro nor did it give up the vain hope of destroying the Cuban socialist revolution despite U.S. congressional investigations of CIA terrorist activities.