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5.0 out of 5 stars Oh how deep the rabbit hole goes., 26 Mar 2008
This review is from: 9/11 Synthetic Terror: Made in USA (Paperback)
Holy Frack!

This is the third book I have read about the events of September 11th, and it is easily the most thought provoking. I picked it up because I have read Webster Tarpley's expose on George Herbert Walker Bush and it was referenced in Jim Marrs 'The Terror Conspiracy'.

Drawing upon past terrorism groups and actions (and their troubling ties to various western intelligence agencies incl NATO Intelligence) - in the domestic US and mainland Europe in the 80's and 90's - Tarpley presents a remakably credible series of events that point to a rogue netwotk inside both US and UK Intelligence agencies as the hand behind 9/11. This is not a conspiracy theory, but careful analysis of the men and beliefs of the hidden arms dealers that saw the light of day during Iran/Contra and other scandals going back to the Bay of Pigs.
Their documented modus operandi is then compared to the horrible and spectacular attacks on the WTC and the very odd strike against the Pentagon (hitting the Army Appropriations Archives no less; perhaps a clue to the $2.3 trillion missing in the Pentagon). The behaviour and very un-islamic habits to the alleged 19 hijackers and their apparent mole-handlers are exposed for all to see while you marvel at the ability of certain FBI and CIA people to stop the warnings from field agents and surveillance to go anywhere.

One of the absolute "hot potatoes" of 9/11 is the fact that there apparently was a threat against the President on Air Force One, and the plotters phoned their threat into the White House with knowledge of daily security codes for both the President and his airplane. For some reason, this prompted an extended telephone conversation between Dick Cheney and President Bush, presumably related to the plotters and their terms. Indeed the power of the rogue network extends into the realm of theronuclear launches which finally explains the hourlong phone conversation between Putin and Bush on that day ; Or least offers the best explanation that I know of when one considers that Bush and Putin met for two days in Kennebunkport some time back and little is known of what they discussed.

This is fascinating yet scary stuff and I honestly hope that some European elected officials, not just those in intelligence who appear to have seen through the official story long ago, read this book so they can make some informed descisions about Bush (both 41 & 43), Cheney, Wolfowitz, Perle, John McCone, Doug Feith even Tony Blair et al. These men are not politicians. They are merchants of death who seem to use the work of Leo Strauss, Samuel Huntington and Goebbels to bring about the clash of civilizations.

I'm not saying that Webster Tarpley has all the answers, but the model of of moles and patsies is pretty damned convincing.

The truth will set you free but first it will piss you off. I intend to send this book as a birthday present to several key people in the Danish Government - I think they need it. Do take a look at the reviews on the US Amazon site - it makes for interesting reading.
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