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The Terror Conspiracy: Deception, 9/11 and the Loss of Liberty

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 31, 2006

    A little advice for those that will undoubtedly discredit this book...

    It doesn't matter which side of this issue you stand (someone seeking the truth vs. a mindless, spoon-fed sheep), the fact remains that Jim Marrs identifies holes, discrepancies, misrepresentations, lies, omissions, etc. in the official 9/11 Commission Report that should bother every American citizen... enough so that they are motivated to investigate further. If you already subscribe to his conspiracy theory, then this book is a no-brainer... I'm sure you'll enjoy it thoroughly. If you don't buy into his conspiracy theory, then do some research after you read this book and formulate a better theory. Regardless of where you stand, every intelligent person has to admit that the 9/11 Commission Report is at least 50% fiction, if not more. It's just a matter of common sense. A simple review of the facts is all it takes (and perhaps a reasonable understanding of basic conceptual physics). If you aren't convinced by the obvious, then I recommend you put down this book and get back to the flock... I'm sure they miss you. Don't submit a review discrediting this book just because you don't agree with the author's opinions or conclusions (or his previous books). You'd be wasting everyone's time, including your own. Doing so would be a clear indication that you missed the point completely: (1.) Be angry that you were lied to. (2.) Be angry that your civil liberties are being systematically stripped from you. (3.) Seek out the truth. It's as simple as that. To quote the first sentence in this author's earlier book about the JFK assassination ('Crossfire'), 'Do not trust this book.' He goes on to say that he has simply collected and presented evidence... you be the judge. If you read this book and still wholeheartedly believe the 9/11 Commission Report, then I'd like to discuss with you a proposition wherein you transfer all of the money in your savings account over to my savings account. It's a matter of national security. Really. Trust me. Actually, I'm pretty sure it's required by the USA PATRIOT Act, so you better get to it, my little sheep. If you love America and the Constitution as dearly and passionately as I do, then seek out the truth. This book is a good place to start.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 23, 2012

    Thought Provoking!

    I am a historian and Marrs puts this together beautifully. He did have some off tilt comments that submerged his own propaganda into the theories however there are not many writers today that don't. The logic is sound in most cases and the dots can surely be connected. However, more detail and research is needed in the individuals that he has named in order to be considered definitive.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 18, 2014

    Marrs nails it again

    Don't be one of those that buried their heads up their a**es in the illusion that this wasn't planned from the inside. It hurts, it's painful, but only the truth will solve all the questions hanging around like the 800-lb gorilla in the corner. Evil thrives right under our noses, never mind this al quaeda fairy tale we've been sold... it's all about the oil!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 24, 2009

    Excellent

    Jim Marrs' book, The Terror Conspiracy: Deception, 9/11 and the Loss of Liberty, examines the obvious problems with the government's account of the events of 9/11. He cites numerous reliable sources as well as many eye witnesses who were ignored by the government in their official report. He also discusses the underlying government conspiracies that may have allowed 9/11 to happen.
    Even if you think conspiracies are for the birds, there are "facts" in the official story that just don't add up. The government's claims of the events of 9/11 are consistently challenged and inconsistencies and inaccuracies in their report are revealed to be more than just rumor. He questions the legitimacy of a fire causing the collapse of both buildings; a man who certified the steel used for the towers said that "the buildings should have easily withstood the thermal stress caused by pools of burning jet fuel" (Marrs 53). He also cites eye witnesses who were absolutely positive that they felt bombs go off in the building from below ground level.
    The amount of evidence against the official story is overwhelming. He includes both sides of the story and readers would be amazed to see much the government is disproved. The entire book is meticulously organized, making it an interesting page-turner to say the least.

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