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The Truth Agenda: Making Sense of Unexplained Mysteries, Global Cover-ups & Visions for a New Era
The Truth Agenda: Making Sense of Unexplained Mysteries, Global Cover-ups & Visions for a New Era
by Andy Thomas
Edition: Paperback
Price: £11.36

5.0 out of 5 stars Intelligent analysis update...What can you do with the truth?, 24 Oct 2013
Thomas doesn't condescend, or patronise...he treats his subject like a grown up. Whilst we all know how suspect the controlled media is, who owns it, what agenda they have, he carefully dissects just what is going on - and leaves us to judge. If you are a newcomer to the New World Order, or simply unhappy with what is going on around you, take a look at this. Thomas asks questions, invites you to think, invites you to question, above all invites you to take an interest in saying 'enough'.


Conspiracies - The Facts. The Theories. The Evidence.
Conspiracies - The Facts. The Theories. The Evidence.
by Andy Thomas
Edition: Paperback
Price: £6.99

3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Conspiracies...inferred scrutability., 24 Oct 2013
We are all entitled to an honest analysis of so called 'conspiracy' theory. Thomas gives us a principled and deeply researched view on the truth, or lack of it. Those conspiracy theorists who insist ' don't take my word for it,go and check it for yourself' miss the point. Why should we? We are effectively paying them for their point of view, by either buying their books or attending their lectures. Thomas does not patronise us in this way, rather he offers us a balanced and well researched analysis, in a convincing and honest manner. He deserves the worthiest consideration, and rises far above the mediocre offerings we are often asked to take seriously. In a swamped market of uninformed 'opinion', Thomas deserves credit for a thought through offering. Without a too 'reductionist' analysis, this is a contemporary and honest effort, worth reading, worth keeping and worth recommendation. Conspiracies


Millennial Hospitality III: The Road Home
Millennial Hospitality III: The Road Home
by Charles James Hall
Edition: Paperback
Price: £9.21

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The Military Industrial Complex unveiled...., 31 Jan 2013
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Charles Hall comes across as a truthful and trustworthy individual. This is part of a 4 part series, and if true, and it does appear to be, then we have so many questions to ask. Nothing we thought possible seems to be difficult. When the president of the USA has insufficient clearance to get at the heart of the 'balck project' programme, where are we? Where did all the trillions of tax dollars go to? Now we know, the Deep Space Programme. Now we know who supplied the technology....


Grandad's Wars
Grandad's Wars
by Cysmith
Edition: Paperback

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A family member remembers the war..., 31 Jan 2013
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Written by one of my Great Uncles, this work describes one servicemans experience of the second world war. Modesty prevents me from overdoing the praise......Fred devoted a lot of his time to recording his experiences. This book was motivated by non financial aims, and is a valuable memoir of a determined effort to record the truth as he experienced it.


The Aberdeen Coalition 1852-1855
The Aberdeen Coalition 1852-1855
by J. B. Conacher
Edition: Hardcover

5.0 out of 5 stars A study in How to drift into War, 31 Jan 2013
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This book is essential reading in order to understand how and why we went to war with Russia in the Crimea. Beautifully written, as a contribution to the post Corn Law era of Victorian politics, this work prepares the ground for the Palmerstonian and Gladstonian aftermath. An invaluable addition to any victorian political library.


Back to Sanity: Healing the Madness of Our Minds
Back to Sanity: Healing the Madness of Our Minds
by Steve Taylor
Edition: Paperback
Price: £8.39

2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A step nearer sensibility, 31 Jan 2013
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This book is a valuable contribution to an understanding of how to 'be' rather than how to 'become'. A worthy study in common sense and highly readable to the unacademic interest.


The Jazz Age
The Jazz Age
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5.0 out of 5 stars Reinventing classics..., 31 Jan 2013
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Ferry has done a smart thing here - many of us who grew up with his various musical offerings since '72 have probably graduated into the Jazz genre, even if we don't care to admit to categorisation, so this reinvention and reinterpretation of his classic music is apposite. He's made a superb job of it too, this is as near as we could ask for in terms of originality.


The Truth Agenda: Making Sense of Unexplained Mysteries, Global Cover-ups and Prophecies for Our Times
The Truth Agenda: Making Sense of Unexplained Mysteries, Global Cover-ups and Prophecies for Our Times
by Andy Thomas
Edition: Paperback
Price: £11.40

9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A Vital Contribution to the Truth....the real truth, 13 Nov 2009
In an age when our civil liberties are under increasing threat, Andy Thomas has done the truth a considerable service - and rightly questions why it is that we are seemingly quite content to accept what we told by our elected representatives, the media and anyone else in 'authority'. Why we are not always told the truth by those we elect leads us to question the information that does reach us - Andy Thomas rightly highlights the truism that criticism is one thing, offering an alternative view is quite another, and one with which people feel more comfortable. In an era of chronic political poverty, this book is a valuable reminder that we should be vigilant about preserving our democratic rights, hard fought for as history shows; to surrender them now through an indifference to the truth would be a catastrophe.


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