PsiOp-Radio Returns LIVE Sunday, September 26th with Guest Keith Chester to discuss military UFO sightings of World War II.
Military Encounters with UFOs in World War II
by Keith Chester
Trade Paperback, $17.95
320 pages, 15 illustrations, index
Find out more and read an excerpt at Anomalist Books dot com:
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FIGHTING FOR G.O.D. (Gold, Oil and Drugs)
The answer to 1984 is 1776. True patriots- Cam and Jeremy Begin.
Jeremy Begin is the author of Fighting for G.O.D. – Gold, Oil and Drugs, a graphic novel revelation about 9/11 and the global elite. He is a long-time activist / organizer who has a degree in writing from Hampshire College. He currently resides in California’s Bay Area.
Fighting for G.O.D. (Gold, Oil and Drugs) – Telling a story that our mainstream media rarely come near, this illustrated volume gives us an understanding of 9/11 as a cynical ploy by global elites to maintain their control. With a review of history from medieval bankers to the corporate ‘new world order’ of modern neocons, writer Jeremy Begin and artist Lauren Salk deftly set out the patterns of war and terror which have kept the masses subservient.
While police state control and war without end are becoming the expected norm, this analysis delves into aspects of the larger framework into which 9/11 fits and scrutinizes the ancestry of the players who transcend commonly accepted partisan divisions.
Building on the research of such notables as theologian David Ray Griffin, Michael Ruppert, and Anthony Sutton—all of whom have questioned the government’s account of 9/11— this book discusses key issues confronting America’s citizenry and steps the populace can take to not only halt but reverse the march towards totalitarianism.
100% of the author’s profits from sales of this book go towards 9/11 Truth activism. Please help to spread the word and mobilize the public.
Jeremy Begin’s links:
Former Cuban president says the 9/11 mastermind is in the pay of the CIA and cites WikiLeaks as his source
August 28, 2010
Editor’s note: The Guardian dismisses Osama’s link to the CIA as a conspiracy theory. There is, however, an avalanche of facts pointing to Bin Laden’s relationship with the CIA, although the corporate media has consistently ignored it since September 11, 2001. See the resources below.
Fidel Castro has more reason than most to believe conspiracy theories involving dark forces in Washington. After all, the CIA tried to blow his head off with an exploding cigar.
But the ageing Cuban revolutionary may have gone too far for all but the most ardent believer in the reach and competence of America’s intelligence agency. He has claimed that Osama bin Laden is in the pay of the CIA and that President George Bush summoned up the al-Qaida leader whenever he needed to increase the fear quotient. The former Cuban president said he knows it because he has read WikiLeaks.
Castro told a visiting Lithuanian writer, who is known as a font of intriguing conspiracy theories about plots for world domination, that Bin Laden was working for the White House.