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If just 10% of this is true, we have a serious problem., 19 May 2012
This is a very interesting book crammed with facts and anomalies on 9/11.I read it some years back and it still stands the test of time.All the info is given crisply without grandstanding and each page is densely packed.Tarpley is obviously steeped in his subject, it would be very difficult to read it and not be changed.I dip into it from time to time as you cannot believe the 'coincidences' that were supposed to have taken place that historic day.The mere number of military exercises that morning (the most in history apparently!)which took Norad's and others eye of the ball is telling as all must have been planned long in advance.Frankly i think it will be too much for a lot of people as it kind of bursts their bubble about how the world functions.I bought it as a present for a friend who at first was enthusiastic about reading it, but then never mentioned it again.I would suggest it for anyone who wants their eyes opened...but once opened you will need to look more and consider other unthinkable things, enlightening yet scary as you wonder what other world events are not as they first seem.