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New Documentary About Operation Gladio and False Flag Terrorism

Check out this excellent recent documentary, which has just been posted on the Internet, about Nato's secret armies that were set up across Western Europe after the Second World War. While these "stay-behind" armies were supposedly intended to help put together a resistance if the Soviet Union invaded their countries, they went on to commit terrorist attacks against their own populations, so as to influence domestic politics.

The documentary describes how, from the late 1960s to the early 1980s, Western intelligence agencies collaborated with right-wing extremist groups to commit false flag terrorist attacks, which would often be falsely blamed on left-wing groups. It features interviews with, among others, Daniele Ganser, author of NATO's Secret Armies: Operation GLADIO and Terrorism in Western Europe.

(Source of documentary: http://www.indybay.org/newsitems/2010/07/09/18653266.php)

Daniele Ganser articles about Gladio

For more information about Nato's secret armies and Operation Gladio, you can read some excellent articles written by Daniele Ganser that he has included on his website:
http://www.danieleganser.ch/Fachzeitschriften.html

A particularly good article is the one called "Fear as a Weapon: The effects of psychological warfare on domestic and international politics."

New Galdio doc

Is this available on DVD (NTSC) and if so, from where?

Made by Italian company for History Channel

I have not found a DVD version of it available on the Internet. However, the details of the documentary are here:
http://www.electricsky.com/catalogue_detail.aspx?program=2756

Electric Sky has some DVDs available here, and has an e-mail on this page where you can ask about titles not listed here.

You could also try contacting the Italian production company that produced the documentary, MIR Cinematografica, via its website, and ask if it has a DVD available:
http://www.mircinema.com/contatti.html
(There is a contact e-mail on this page.)

Alternatively, since the production was for The History Channel AETN, you could perhaps try contacting the History Channel shop (http://shop.history.com/) and ask it if it is likely to be making a DVD of the program available.