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- Publisher: Ediciones El Gato Tuerto (March 9, 2016)
- Language: English
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Cuban-born Servando Gonzalez received his training as a historian at the University of Havana. He has written books, essays and articles on American and Latin American history, politics, intelligence, espionage, and semiotics. Servando is the author of Historia herética de la revolución fidelista, The Secret Fidel Castro, The Nuclear Deception, La madre de todas las conspiraciones, The Swastika and the Nazis and I Dare Call It Treason. He also wrote and hosted the documentaries Treason in America: The Council on Foreign Relations and Partners in Treason: The CFR-CIA-Castro Connection, produced by Xzault Media Group.
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A. Sandy Hook appears to be a staged event. Listen to the Foetzer and Halbig narratives and come to your own conclusions. There are a lot of implications if this is true: 1) Connecticut prosecutor and state police potentially committing an act of terrorism; 2) Potential US government perpetration of a fraud against the American people with an direct attempt to violate the US Constitution. 3) Potential fraudulent use of United Way funds to support a terrorist activity. Who would have thought up a script like this and who decided to put it in motion? This is really interesting.
B. 9-11 appears to be a staged event with the twin towers undergoing a controlled demolition. Remarkably, this isn't even a conspiracy theory - it's obvious. As the author rightly points out, we are led to believe that even though there no history of any high-rise building collapsing due to fire into it's footprint at free-fall speed, the American public is supposed to believe the official narrative that not one, not two, but three building collapsed in such a way on 9-11. Highly improbable. When one looks at potential foreign government involvement, this is even more amazing (i.e. dancing and cheering Israeli's remarkably in position filming the event just by chance?). Considering the resultant action by the US Federal Government to implement NDAA and other US Constitution busting internal security legislation, one might be led to believe this is not only terrorism, but also treason.
C. Cold war was a myth - currently being resurrected in Ukraine. Vietnam was about the drug trade, (just as Afghanistan today for heroin distribution in the US) and had nothing to do with lofty goals of democracy, mom and apple pie.
D. Iraq war was about keeping Iraqi oil off the market to maintain a high oil price. Hey, it didn't work and the US taxpayer was left with almost $1 trillion dollar bill - not to mention the suffering and misery caused by hundreds of thousands of people in the middle east and US.
E. Obama is probably not eligible to be president of the US (I'm not a birther but this is just too important an issue to leave w/o an substantial investigation). This brings up a host of issues, election fraud, conducting a coup against the US as a sovereign entity, implementing laws fraudulently without the power to do so, misappropriation of tax funds, etc.) The potential damage caused by this is simply staggering - yet there has been no official investigation (just the Butter D'Zillion analysis)
E. Etc. Etc. Etc.
I guess the result of reading this book makes me question everything that is officially stated in the media. The first question I now ask is whether there is any supporting evidence for the assertions being made (in all cases there is none - we are told what to think). [Look at the Eric Gardiner situation in NY. Those policemen committed manslaughter and didn't have to pay the price. When two NY policeman were executed in retribution (which I don't condone), the media was was painting the NY police as heroes who were being treated unfairly, yet the brutal manslaughter of Eric Gardiner and his family life was suppressed.] The second question I ask is what is the intent of the action. This is difficult to assess sometimes. The third and most important question is who is doing this. It's laughable that Obama is making these decisions. The author's contention is the CFR (Council of Foreign Relations) is the main culprit. It looks worse than that - considering the Project for a New American Century, Israeli penetration into US Government and Military Affairs, Black Gold Market, International Drug Trade. Oil and Energy Trade. Who knows? The only thing we can see is misery and resistance to human development radiating from all these actions (if what appears to be the truth is actually the truth).
Some of the analysis was hard for me to grasp and get on board with, however, it is not anywhere nearly as far flung as the Lizard stories in another book I have read. Mr. Gonzales does a great job at presenting his views and providing ample notes for one to contrast the views. I am very happy to see a "Conspiracy Analysis" book and not another deep outer space ufo "conspiracy theory" book.
Thank you Mr. Gonzales, I will be analyzing your other works.