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When people across the US and around the World find out that Al Qaeda is not an outside enemy but a creation of US foreign policy and the CIA, the legitimacy of the bipartisan war agenda will tumble like a deck of cards."
Across the land, the image of an "outside enemy" is instilled in the consciousness of Americans. Al Qaeda is threatening America and the world. The repeal of democracy under the Patriot legislation is portrayed as a means to providing "domestic security" and upholding civil liberties.
The 9/11 Commission Report destroys the historical record of US covert support to international terrorism, while creating the illusion that America and "Western Civilization" are threatened. In turn, the various terrorist warnings and code orange alerts have created, across America, an atmosphere of fear and intimidation.
Michel Chossudovsky, America's "War on Terrorism", Global Research 2005
Unsubstantiated opinion. This is a slow read. I'll update when I'm done.Published 1 month ago by J. Busby
ok bk. Smwh. Author gets too obsesive w facts...so certain downfalls.
but overall prety good record.... Njam njam njam njam.
very good good. Gives information about the truth behind the criminal agression wars of USPublished 7 months ago by janu
An eye opener! Chossudovsky gets one to connect the dots on this subject. Besides, his presentation is not just chatter. He presents many, well researched references!Published 7 months ago by Harry Weidlich
Chossudovsky writes a convincing account of the American administration involvement in the 9/11 affair. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Amazon Customer
Must read book if you want to understand the world today.
Michel Chossudovsky presents the truth and describes well the forces and player behind global events. Read more
America's war on terrorism is a brilliant book. Professor Chossudovsky has done a good job , a lot of research and he is a very well documented and informed writter.. Read morePublished on July 18, 2011 by Isaac Perez-madrid
I won't bother to write a long detailed review,because on my last attempt it was mysteriously deleted.Nor will I attempt to cover the whole theme of Chossudovsky's book. Read morePublished on June 9, 2011 by Christopher J. Ring