The Rise of the Faceless and the Internet Warrior?

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After September 11th are you wondering if the world is a safer or more dangerous place for you? Are you wondering just who could be "against us?" This book will help show you and help you work out for yourself, what peoples and what nations may present future problems to you and your loved ones. This book will also help you understand -- why?
Larry Burchall is an ex-professional soldier. He shows that it was activists who have caused many of the changes whose benefits we now ...
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Overview


After September 11th are you wondering if the world is a safer or more dangerous place for you? Are you wondering just who could be "against us?" This book will help show you and help you work out for yourself, what peoples and what nations may present future problems to you and your loved ones. This book will also help you understand -- why?
Larry Burchall is an ex-professional soldier. He shows that it was activists who have caused many of the changes whose benefits we now enjoy, but he also shows that it was activists who did the damage on 11 September.
Burchall shows the link between what's called activism and what's referred to as terrorism.
Some of the ideas set out in this book may cause you unease. You may end up feeling concerned as the author describes the workings of important modern media and the effects that these workings can have on you. You'll find a description of just who and what constitutes the "west" and "westerners. "
Will the "west" be able to put an end to terrorism? You'll find an interesting answer in these pages.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781553694229
  • Publisher: Trafford Publishing
  • Publication date: 5/15/2002
  • Pages: 168
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.39 (d)

Meet the Author



Larry Burchall was born in Bermuda in 1942. After graduating from the Berkely Institute, and over the next four decades, he worked as a laundry-man, postman, bartender, boatyard worker, professional soldier, building contractor, and as a senior civil servant. He began writing seriously in 1991 and soon had a weekly newspaper column. In 1993 he became closely involved in politics and played a part as co-chairman of a political campaign (1996-1998) which saw the political party that he supported come to power after it had lost seven consecutive elections. As a soldier serving with the Bermuda Regiment and with the British Army, he has worked and trained in Norway, Germany, the United Kingdom (including Northern Ireland), Canada, the United States, Jamaica, St. Lucia, and Barbados. Married for 31 years, Burchall has one son and one daughter. He still lives in Bermuda.
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