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Angels Don’t Play This HAARP – Advances in Tesla Technology – This 230 page book (350 footnoted research sources) is a story about ordinary people who took on an extraordinary challenge in bringing their research forward. A pretty good review of the book can be found here. (Link Date 02/09/2017)
The Creature from Jekyll Island (Edward Griffin) – This 48 page book takes you on the journey of the creation and the deceptive, destructive nature of the Federal Reserve System. (Link Date 02/09/2017)
Behold A Pale Horse (William Cooper) – People are badly informed by a society which spoon-feeds them deception until there is no distinction between fiction and reality. This 500 page book documents the research, experiences, and conclusions, of talk show host Bill Cooper – Hour of the Time Radio Talk Show. (Link Date 02/09/2017)
In Search of Enemies – A CIA Story (John Stockwell, 289 pages) – “[The United States’ goal in Angola] was not to keep out the Cubans and Soviets but to make their imperial efforts as costly as possible to prove that, after Vietnam, we were still capable of response, however insane. It is the story that has been told, and in impressive and convincing detail, by John Stockwell, the former chief of the CIA’s Angola ‘task force.’ His book should not be missed. – John Kenneth Galbraith, New York Review of Books. Also explore some of the great lectures by John Stockwell found on youtube. (Link Date 02/09/2017)
Inside the Company – CIA Diary (Philip Agee) – This is a 572 page book that details the twelve-year career of a CIA secret operations officer that ended in early 1969. It is an attempt to open another small window to the kinds of secret activities that the US government undertakes through the CIA in Third World countries in the name of US national security. (Link Date 02/09/2017)
The CIA and the Cult of Intelligence (Victor Marchetti & John D. Marks, 388 pages) – (excerpt) – “The CIA and the intelligence community are incapable of reforming themselves. Presidents, who see the system as a private asset, have no desire to change it in any basic way. I hoped to win support for a comprehensive review in Congress. I soon learned, however, that those members of Congress who possessed the power to institute reforms had no interest in doing so.” (Link Date 02/09/2017)
Blowback, 9/11, and Coverups (Rodney Stich, 2005, 420 pages) – Agents from government offices such as the CIA, FBI, DEA, Customs, from former drug smugglers—carrying out assignments for government agents—and former Mafia figures who were also in collusion with government agents provide detailed and often documented information on vast areas of corruption in the three branches of government that made the tragedies of 9/11 possible. (Link Date 02/12/2017)
Dark Alliance: The CIA, the Contras, and the CRACK COCAINE EXPLOSION (Gary Webb, 1998, 372 pages) – Authors Note: “Dark Alliance was not written with the assistance, cooperation, or encouragement of the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration or any federal law enforcement agency. In fact, the opposite is true. Every Freedom of Information Act request I filed was rejected on national security or privacy grounds, was ignored, or was responded to with documents so heavily censored they must have been the source of much hilarity down at the FOIA offices. The sole exception was the National Archives and Records Administration.” (Link Date 02/18/2017)
They Dare to Speak Out – People and Institutions Confront Israel’s Lobby – (Paul Findley, circa 1989, 402 pages) – This book examines Israel and the Israel lobby and the degree of control they have over the United States Government, based on his experience representing the State of Illinois in the United States House of Representatives. It argues that pro-Israeli groups such as the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) are able to suppress free debate, compromise national secrets, and shape US foreign policy. Findley focuses on individuals who have stood up to the pro-Israel forces and brings out their statements and observations on the Middle East and US foreign policy toward Israel. (Link Date 02/20/2017)
The Oklahoma City Bombing and The Politics of Terror – (David Hoffman, 1998, 361 pages) – Foreward Excerpt – “During the intense media coverage that followed the OKC Bombing, inconsistencies began emerging. Stories kept changing and although I couldn’t see the emerging political angle, I could sense it. Those who dared oppose the revisionist news accounts were ostracized, mocked, discredited, dark-cornered, etc. I know, I was one who dared to be politically incorrect.” (Link Date 02/21/2017)
Weapons of Mass Deception reveals:
- How the Iraq war was sold to the American public through professional P.R. strategies.
- “The First Casualty”: Lies that were told related to the Iraq war.
- Euphemisms and jargon related to the Iraq war, e.g. “shock and awe,” “Operation Iraqi Freedom,” “axis of evil,” “coalition of the willing,” etc.
- “War as Opportunity”: How the war on terrorism and the war on Iraq have been used as marketing hooks to sell products and policies that have nothing to do with fighting terrorism.
- “Brand America”: The efforts of Charlotte Beers and other U.S. propaganda campaigns designed to win hearts overseas.
- “The Mass Media as Propaganda Vehicle”: How news coverage followed Washington’s lead and language.
The book includes a glossary — “Propaganda: A User’s Guide” — and resources to help Americans sort through the deceptions to see the strings behind Washington’s campaign to sell the Iraq war to the public. (Link Date 04/16/2017)