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The New Nuclear Danger: George W. Bush's Military-Industrial Complex

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 6, 2006

    Unreadable liberal garbage

    The supposed 'progressive intellectual thinkers' of America once again spewing forth a book of nonsense. I like when they use the word 'fact' with such overbearing undertones and are appalled how you could disagree with their views on anything. The book makes me believe that every country in the world should have nukes except America because we are at the center of some great evil with George W. Bush as our diabolical leader. They think all the world's problems are best solved by sitting across a table from people who hate us and singing 'Kumbaya'. They're response to my last comment will be 'well... why do they hate us?'. The ultimate hypocrisy is to be an American citizen who hates America and trying to slide us into some kind of socialist utopia where we dress like hippies and the goverment pays us to do nothing. This author, and the people who think this book was good need a wake up call or a one way ticket to Venezuala.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 22, 2005

    Certain Death

    An outstanding book on the hidden dangers of nuclear proliferation and funding by the military/industrial complex. One of the most sobering books I have read in many years. This author gives a terrifying glimpse of the madness that is driving the United States and its deadly nuclear programs. Make no mistake, you will after reading this book, re-think your views on American Empire and what is awaiting our immediate future if no change is inacted soon. Bush and his radical fellows may be the determining factor in moving us to that final hour of human exsistence as we know it.

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