Don Paul and Jim Hoffman have performed a feat that the public has waited three years for: solving the 9/11 mystery in a nutshell. They have selected the most eloquent color photo evidence and commentary to focus on the clearest, most concise case and most direct route convicting the government itself of perpetrating 9/11. After cinching their case using the key evidence of the WTC demolition, all the while avoiding unnecessary rhetoric and speculation, they go on to show how this "unthinkable" crime fits into the context of the ruling financial elites, and offer alternative ways forward. All this - Everyman's Guide to 9/11 - packed into a pocket-sized book with a pocketbook-sized price
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"A Creeping Horror" - New York Times, 9/12/02. What if "Al Qaeda" did not commit the crimes of 9/11/01 in the United States? What if the crimes were the most daring, desperate and blatant psychological operations in history? To best deceive, first shock. Shock again and again. Shock till minds reel, hearts ache, and fear and anger clamor for relief. Destroy monuments of the status quo. Threaten the general public with mass or random death. Present a terrifying problem that only the force you control can answer. Then present a solution that requires the wars and thefts that have been your objective from the first. On the day that will be foreover known for its shorthand for alarm, "9/11", the people of the world and especially the United States received shock after shock as the "Attack on America" unfolded. This short, densely documented and illustrated book by widely praised researchers Don Paul and Jim Hoffman examines what happened in New York City on 9/11/01. It thoroughly debunds fraudulent explanations given by the U.S. government and mass media. Its own explanations for the mass murder in lower Manhattan center on physical evidence. Waking up... then examines the overall predicament of a nation and world ruled by financiers and their dependence on wars, fossil fuels, illegal narcotics and debt-based banking. Finally, Paul's and Hoffman's Waking up... offers a scan of cooperative solutions that are already working as alternatives in the United States and elsewhere. This book is a profound, comprehensive expose at the same time it's a call for courage, reason and compassion. Its hope is that truth will provide and enable the healing that we need for urgent change.About the Author:
In 1971 Don Paul was the youngest winner of a Stegner Fellowship in Creative Writing at Stanford University. Between 1973 and 1980 he was a logger or roughneck in northwest Washington, southeast Alaska, Louisiana and Texas. He qualified for the U.S. Men's Olympic Marathon Trial in 1980 and 1988. In 1988 he began to put poems to music by his brother Kenton. Since then he's led or produced more than 20 recordings, including the Rebel Poets compilations, and a dozen more albums. He works with the organizations Housing Is a Human Right and From the Ground Up in Bay View Hunters Point of San Francisco.
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