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naive, but worth reading.,
This review is from: Extreme Prejudice: The Terrifying Story of the Patriot Act and the Cover Ups of 9/11 and Iraq (Paperback)
I haven't finished reading it yet, but I have found it a bit hard to read a book by the only person in the world who still believes that Bin Laden was behind 9/11 and not the evil US administration. There is all this supposed knowledge of an impending attack, of 9/11, but no hard evidence; just info from somewhere, unspecified... probably from the upper echelon of the US government, in a controlled leak of info to those without the need to know.
I found it interesting that she got a sense of divine love, before the coming onslaught from the total evil that has become the power of that country.. and the book was very informative about the actual real situation before that disgraceful war started by those despicable war mongers, supposed Christians.. for the benefit of getting votes in the US anyway.. not here, as nobody cares about that.
So if we are forgiving about the gullibility aspect about 9/11, it is worth reading to get to the truth about the 2nd gulf war, and about the Arab countries and Malaysia.. even through the author seems to get a hint that the 9/11 was done by a number of cooperating parties.. setting up the bombs within the towers for example..
also a bit of inside info on the Lockerbie plane bombing, with some origin traced to Syria.. a difficult one to unravel. And the Omaha bombing.. again, naivety on the part of the author.. so-what if two 'middle-eastern looking' men were seen at the site of the act.. couldn't the CIA or whoever employ Arab-looking employees?
So, it's worth reading, to get insight into how the US has become a police state, and how corrupt and wicked the 'Patriot' act is.. and to gain understanding of the continuing descent of the US into criminality and lawlessness, with such recent whistle blowers, being persecuted by the US authorities, such as Snowdon.
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Initial post: 19 Oct 2013 00:49:28 BDT
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Susan Brereton says:
That's not true about 9/11. I have a more complicated take on what happened-- recognizing the US propensity to recruit and position terrorists as "Assets" of the US govt to accomplish US govt ends. My position's better understood on this side of the pond because I've done so much radio. Definitely an inside job. LIHOP- MIHOP converging on all sides.
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