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63 Documents the Government Doesn't Want You to Read Hardcover – April 4, 2011
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About the Author
Dick Russell is a nationally respected activist, environmentalist, and author of critically acclaimed books, including, with Jesse Ventura, The New York Times bestsellers 63 Documents the Government Doesn't Want You to Read and American Conspiracies. He is also the author of On the Trail of the JFK Assassins and The Man Who Knew Too Much. Russell has been published in many of the nation's top magazines and has been a guest on numerous national TV and radio programs, including the NBC Nightly News.
Top Customer Reviews
Ventura has been a former in your face governor of Minnesota, and I found him to be a breath of fresh air whether I agreed with him or not. Dick Russell has written more than a half dozen books, most of which have been about conspiracy and several in particular about the JFK assassination. I have found him to be forthright as well. The book is organized into 63 separate files spread through five different themes. Those themes are:
Part I Our Scandalous Postwar History
Part II Government, Military, and Corporate Secrets
Part III Shady White Houses
Part IV 9/11
Part V The War on Terror
You can see from the above the different conspiracies that are being covered, to determine whether or not you as a reader would have a particular interest in reading about these specific areas. I am personally familiar with more than 90% of the documents in the book, having read many of them in their original format. By the way, the documents you will be looking at are photocopies of the originals. This is both good and bad. It is bad from the standpoint that the fonts, writing, and formatting of the document may make it difficult to read.Read more ›
Understanding our history is vital because informing us of the near catastrophes of the past also helps us avoid them going forward. So if you think that "false flag" attacks and the rounding up of innocent citizens are the realm of overzealous "conspiracy theorists," then this book is a very important heads-up.
In "63 Documents," Ventura & Russell team up successfully again in a no-holds-barred exposé of government corruption:
#1: Links between past government perpetrations and today's political agendas, such as the CIA's Secret Assassination Manual: "Maybe they should change the name to the CIA's 'Secret First Degree Murder Manual.' How is it that we are allowed to kill other people if we're not in a declared war with them?"
#2: Delves into a series of government, military, and corporate secrets. Many veterans of the first Gulf War suffer adverse health conditions, yet the government denies the validity of Gulf War Syndrome. "What's it going to take for our leaders to consider the real cost of these endless wars?"
#3: A history of "shady" White Houses. Including an internal war "between Nixon and Richard Helms, director of the CIA...Read more ›
The facts are irrefutable, evil people are, and have been, part of the the American government, just as the were in 1776 as part of England and all governments. The founding fathers knew this and gave us the constitution to combat these evil control freaks. Jesse brings admitted facts to the public because knowledge is the first step in retaining freedom.
63 Documents the Government Doesn't Want You to Read is a book that may have you start questioning the government, if you haven't already started to do so.
Jesse Ventura writes the intro to the documents as he would explain about them on his show Conspiracy Theories. This sets the tone for what you are about to read in the government document for that chapter.
This isn't an anti-America book. Ventura loves his country, but the shady practices going on with the government isn't something he could just ignore. He is a voice for the people, and in these times we need that more than ever. Someone actually willing to stand up for us and let us know what is going on.
The book is divided into five categories:
* Our Scandalous Postwar History
* Government, Military, and Corporate Secrets
* Shady White Houses
* The "War on Terror"
Each of the categories featured have documents that should be read by everyone. Some of my favorites from the book include: U.S. Capabilities in Chemical and Biological Warfare, Putting War Criminals to Work in America, Gulf War Illness and our Veterans, "Emergency" Detention Camps and Civilian Inmate Labor Program, and An Internet "Kill Switch"?
I highly recommend this book to everyone reading this right now. The time for us to be silent and oblivious to these things is over. Read this book ASAP!
* Thank you to the publisher of 63 Documents the Government Doesn't Want You to Read, Skyhorse Publishing, for providing me with a copy of this book for review. All opinions expressed are my own.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Purchased the book and the pages are barely visible! It is though the print ink is extremely light which makes it hard to read. .I would not order this for anyone.... Read morePublished 17 days ago by f:h
Some fascinating (tho often disturbing) material with actual duplicated documents. Some of the material is presented in a manner that's difficult to read. Read morePublished 29 days ago by Carrie L.
The book is great. It is essentially just photocopies of the documents with a little intro written by the author before each one. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Terry Magness
One of many things I love about this author and especially this book, is there are many things that we never learned in school that are proven facts in these documents. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Josh Neumann