Exposing Lies of the Empire 1st Edition
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I was introduced to this writer by Al-Mayadeen TV through an interview.
This book is a must read.
We can rest a little easier knowing that there are brave and committed legitimate journalists out there of the calibre of Andre Vltchek who are sharing with us what they have seen and witnessed and not what they were told to see and never witnessed. Unlike the vast majority of their colleagues who like to call themselves journalists but who slavishly and shamelessly push the agendas of their mainstream media bosses. They are a big letdown to the profession and are time and again guilty of misleading the public either by blatant lies or lying by omission.
What makes Vltchek such a good investigative journalist is simple - he is courageous and beholden unto no one.
He is passionate about and outraged over the injustices of the Empire and his sense of decency and compassion towards those who are the victims of western style democracy with its profit before people ethos along with his outrage against said injustices jumps out at you page after page. One of the things you come away with after reading this book is that this man cares deeply for the exploited and oppressed. This book is an important counterpunch to the insane echo chamber that is mainstream media.
Everyone of conscience owes it to themselves to read this important book!
This is a source for constant reference and reminder of the real nature of what various elites characterize as "glorious empire".
Top international reviews
As one of the other reviewers says, there are a few stylistic and linguistic infelicities in the text. Don't worry about it. It's not slick, so what? Neither was Leadbelly, and Miles Davis didn't worry about the odd clunker did he? Both Huddie and Miles were true geniuses right?