Sauder previously presented a reasoned and well-written presentation of some out-there ideas in his book on underground bases and tunnels. The Briefing, however, is just that: brief. And not so coherent. This title is more like a book outline and needs some serious fleshing out. He may be right, but this effort does not convince.
At least that's what it looks like at a glance. Read cover to cover it doesn't make much sense, but that's because, like the title says, it's a briefing paper, containing a collection of BRIEF articles on a variety of subjects. These articles, to a casual observer, and at a glance, appear to be a little nutso/paranoid/loopy - that sort of thing. But stop and take a while to stew on what Richard says, look at the world around you, and something scary starts to happen: his articles start to make sense. In fact they don't STOP making sense.
I loved this book. It is a great summary of a lot of related subjects of what is REALLY going on in this world. I wish it had better coverage and distribution. It is definitely a MUST READ, even if what he says seems a little hard to believe at first. Science and history are full of truths that were initially hard to swallow, but which are established and accepted facts today. This is one of those books.
Thank you Mr Sauder for sharing this priceless treasure with us!