Extreme Prejudice: The Terrifying Story of the Patriot Act and the Cover Ups of 9/11 and Iraq Illustrated Edition
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About the Author
- Item Weight : 1.78 pounds
- Paperback : 456 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1453642757
- ISBN-13 : 978-1453642757
- Product Dimensions : 7 x 1.15 x 10 inches
- Publisher : CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform; Illustrated Edition (October 15, 2010)
- Language: : English
- Best Sellers Rank: #552,769 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Of course no good deed goes unpunished, and Susan's willingness to share her inconvenient knowledge to avoid another bogus endless war, exposed powerful liars like Colin Powell and led to her arrest and incarceration under the Patriot Act - which pretty much allows the DC mafia to persecute and prosecute anyone they wish without any semblance of due process. There is nothing 'patriotic' about the Patriot Act, and the feel-good titles of such treasonous federal bills are meant to conceal the Constitution-shredding language and consequences in their body - it's perfect for destroying dissenters and whistle-blowers though. Susan was sent through hell for exposing disturbing truths which should have led to peace, and this book chronicles her brave five year struggle for survival, due process, and even relentless federal attempts to destroy her via forced 'chemical lobotomization'. The section alone on the fraudulent prison psychiatry industry is well worth the read.
The propaganda script response for Snowden, is to ignore the truth of his disclosures and to vilify/criminalize him for not going through 'proper channels' to report massive DC crimes against humanity that he witnessed. Susan's story is what happens to whistle-blowers who go through proper channels, only this real life heroine fought like hell and happened to survived her ordeal. It is an amazing story that is far stranger than fiction - you will wish it were fiction though.
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This woman gives an account of history from the perspective of one who was shaping it. In utter opposition to the one the media and politicians were dispensing. I found that to be distressing.
If you have an interest in 'spooks' the Linda had over ten years experience with them. She is incredibly leaky, so you will pick up an appreciation for how they operate.
For me, the story was one of corruption and the lack of humanity in government, media, justice and psychiatry. All large institutions mentioned seemed unable to care despite being populated by many that do. Something is clearly wrong.
This book has really brought home to me how normal people must be very vigilant of institutions, especially powerful or large ones.
The events revealed in this book range from beautiful and beneficial to nasty and evil. Public vigilance can reduce the occurrence of nasty and evil occurrences.
Kim Kardashian and her ilk are not doing us any favours. Neither does as allowing our politicians and media to join forces to do our thinking for us.
My wonderful mother passed away in 2007 and in a way, I'm glad because she hasn't had to face up to the terrifying truth about the world today and how we are all being manipulated and mind-controlled - she did not learn that governments have lied about the attacks and were actively involved in their instigation - to see over 3000 people die in such a horrible way still leaves me feeling very distressed and to find out that those in power have not been honest about it really makes me very angry indeed. In her fantastic book `Extreme Prejudice', the amazingly brave Susan Lindauer exposes the cowards on Capitol Hill for the villains they truly are. Susan tells of how her rights - rights which should have been available to everyone, were blown away by the implementation of the most unjust law in history and that is `The Patriot Act'. Under this legislation, you have no right to a court hearing, no right to due process and no right even to know the charges against you. If you dare to criticise the government as Susan has done (and rightly so), you too could be arrested and charged and then thrown into jail for 25 years or more. The equally brave David Icke has raised similar issues in his books and in one in particular, he asks the human race to 'get up of its knees' - how urgent that call is right now. I cannot stress too strongly how important Susan Lindauer's book is. The evidence she presents shines a very bright light on the criminals now operating in America. It is clear to me, that these criminals operate throughout the whole world and we all need to stand up and say `enough is enough'. Once you have read `Extreme Prejudice', you will see the dark underworld which displays breath-taking hypocrisy and a total disregard for what is good and what is legal. Susan Lindauer is one of the bravest people I have come across in my search for the truth about 9/11. There are others of course but many of them have paid the ultimate price for speaking out. If you have a Kindle, you can get a copy of Susan's book for a very reasonable price and it is DEFINITELY worth a read. Go on; educate yourself about the real and present danger operating within the shadow government. I have to say, that even if Susan's book cost considerably more, I would still think it worth the price - you will too.
On the negative side the first third or so of the book is quite difficult to read.... it simply does not flow very well. If anyone else finds the same difficulty with reading it I would recommend fast forwarding (on Kindle, and only once you find you are losing interest) to around page 200, read to the end and then revisit the first part of the book.