The War on Freedom

The War on Freedom

by Jim Marrs

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780972713115
Publisher: Texas Research & Information Bureau
Publication date: 05/01/2004
Pages: 320
Product dimensions: 6.34(w) x 8.92(h) x 0.85(d)

Table of Contents

Introduction3
The National Security State4
Democracy or Republic?6
Part IThe Events of September 11, 20019
Chronology of Events9
Unresolved Issues and Questions11
The Tracks of Foreknowledge22
FBI Couldn't or Wouldn't Connect the Dots30
Missed Opportunities at the CIA39
Selling Stocks Short Indicates Foreknowledge48
Israeli Foreknowledge?53
Remote-Controlled Aircraft a Reality63
Remote Viewers Look at 9/1163
Part IIWar for Oil and Drugs76
The Central Asian Gas Pipeline78
Afghan Action Planned Long Ago81
Wag the Dog in Iraq?88
Destroyed Crops Impact World Drug Trade107
Who and Where is Osama bin Laden?112
Bin Laden Replies116
Bin Laden Family and Friends118
Part IIIReaction to September 11, 2001131
Creating Homeland Security134
The PATRIOT Act164
Son of PATRIOT Act178
Big Brother's Technology182
Governing by Secrecy and Decree190
The Crimes of Henry Kissinger200
Secret Societies205
Part IVHistorical Precedents226
The Gulf War226
The Reichstag Fire232
Pearl Harbor237
Would Americans Allow Attacks on Americans?240
War as an Economic Boost244
Part VQui Bono? Who Benefits?252
The Mass Media252
A Dismal Foreign Policy Record258
Manufactured Enemies262
The Hegelian Dialectic264
What Do We Know Now?266
Sources273
Index297

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