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The New Pearl Harbor Revisited: 9/11, the Cover-Up, and the Exposé Paperback – September 30, 2008
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"Nowhere is it clearer that truth is now considered quaint, obsolete here in Washington, than in the disingenuous non-answers to questions about the cavernous holes in the official version of 9/11---and the flippant attempts to marginalize intrepid souls like David Ray Griffin, branded `blasphemous' by the likes of Tucker Carlson. Facing straight into this rancid wind, Griffin now provides a definitive account that updates and integrates his earlier findings. Will Congress ever authorize an honest investigation of the seminal event of our time?" --Ray McGovern, former CIA analyst and presidential briefer
"Nowhere is it clearer that truth is now considered quaint, obsolete here in Washington, than in the disingenuous non-answers to questions about the cavernous holes in the official version of 9/11---and the flippant attempts to marginalize intrepid souls like David Ray Griffin, branded `blasphemous' by the likes of Tucker Carlson. Facing straight into this rancid wind, Griffin now provides a definitive account that updates and integrates his earlier findings. Will Congress ever authorize an honest investigation of the seminal event of our time?" -- --Ray McGovern, former CIA analyst and presidential briefer
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Griffin has already published four other books that provide in-depth analysis of most of the evidence to have emerged since 2004. NPHR's main purpose is to provide an easily accessible survey of all of the new evidence, so that it is now possible for a beginner to the subject (including journalists and members of Congress) to master its enormous complexity simply by reading two books. NPHR is structured identically to NPH; each chapter in NPHR comments and builds on the corresponding chapter in NPH. Much of the content is entirely new; there are many facts and analyses in NPHR which Griffin presents for the first time, and which literally make the book an up-to-the-minute statement of the case.
In the Preface, Griffin explains why he undertook to "update" The New Pearl Harbor. In the Introduction he outlines the continued failure of the press to investigate any of the questions raised against the official account, and the lame attempts, especially by the main "progressive" or "left" appendages of the press, to portray such questioning as lunacy.Read more ›
His overall picture stands more firmly than ever `that every dimension of the official account is false beyond reasonable doubt.' Hereafter, a few crucial points:
- the free vertical fall of the 3 WTC towers (of which one was not hit by a plane) makes a rather cynical joke of the NIST report. Controlled demolition is the only plausible explanation.
- the official version of the fact that the airplanes could not be scrambled doesn't stand a close examination of all the timings involved. A stand down order explains everything.
- the Pentagon could not have been hit by a plane, unless all its debris should have evaporated after the impact. A missile attack is more plausible.
- the identity of the hijackers, if any, is extremely obscure. For D.R. Griffin, much of the evidence that there were hijackers on the planes dissipates upon close examination. The planes could have been flown by remote control. See M.H. Gaffey's book `The 9/11 Mystery Plane and the Vanishing of America'.
- the true identity of Bin Laden and Al-Qaeda is anything but clear.
- cell phone calls could not be made from inside the airplanes.
- a close examination of the official 9/11 Commission Report shows that all controversial points were omitted or the subject of biased interpretations.
It all insinuates that all the deadly attacks were an inside job.
But why? They served as an excuse to wage war. D.R.Read more ›
And that is the reason I'm writing this review and giving Dr. Griffin 5 stars for his exhaustive research.
What is most frustrating to me about any 9-11 debate is the fact that everyone who refutes or simply laughs off the possibility that 9-11 could've been an inside job does so by shouting, "Where's your proof! You haven't proven anything! You're all just a bunch of crazy conspiracy theorists!"
Which brings me to the point of this review. The 9-11 truth movement doesn't have to prove a damn thing. Think of this as a criminal court case. The state (government in this case) has the burden of proof. The truth movement, and Dr. Griffin in particular, simply needs to sit back and shoot holes in the state's case, producing "reasonable doubt." Which I feel they have done and then some.
To say that 9-11 was quite possibly an inside job does not mean that you have a complete and impenetrable timeline of events, nor does it mean that you have the "smoking gun." It simply means that you've studied the state's case and, with mountains of evidence to back you, you've concluded that their story cannot be true.
And I believe Dr. Griffin, and many, many others, have accomplished this and beyond. They're simply saying, "Hey, your evidence doesn't add up, something stinks here.Read more ›
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