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A Secret Order: Investigating the High Strangeness and Synchronicity in the JFK Assassination Paperback – April 29, 2013
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About the Author
H. P. Albarelli Jr. is an author and reporter whose previous works can be found in the Huffington Post, Pravda, and Counterpunch. His 10-year investigation into the death of biochemist Dr. Frank Olson was featured on A&E’s Investigative Reports. He lives in Indian Beach, Florida.
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"It is so important to understand that one of the primary means of immobilizing the American people politically today is to hold them in a state of confusion and which anything can be believed but nothing can be known, nothing of significance, that is. And the American people are more than willing to be held in this state because to know the truth-as apposed to only believe the truth-is to face an awful terror and to be no longer able to evade responsibility. It is precisely in moving from belief to knowledge that the citizen moves from irresponsibility to responsibility..." (Barrie Zwicker, author of Towers of Deception: The Media Cover-up of 9/11)
To the point, this publication by H.P. Albarelli jr is one of the most valuable all while possibly the most disturbing work I've come across. Some of the other authors I've read previously that might help to qualify to others some of the emotionally difficult feelings and distressing insights I had to struggle with while reading parts of this could be reflective in what I read from Carol Rutz or John W. DeCamp. One of the other authors that comes to my mind while reading this work is Servando Gonzalez's Psychological Warfare and the New World, The Secret War Against the American People.
Even though there were times I became physically sick while reading this work by Mr. Albarelli, I do feel that this is one of those kinds of documents I would want to keep close and guard it like a title to valuable property or academic certification because of what this information really means and how this factual material affects you personally.Read more ›
Hank teases characters from the shadows of his prior work - "A Terrible Mistake: The Murder of Frank Olson and the CIA's Secret Cold War Experiments" - further documenting, for example, the white hat/black hat antics of the CIA's flamboyant LSD interrogator George Hunter White - a character one is grateful to have never met, but at the same time is filled with the most certain fear that there are versions of this White walking (and plotting) amidst us even today.
Albarelli indulges in no florid speculations in this work (at the same time eliminating a great deal of noisome fallacies,) and that is a fine bit of discipline considering, for example, how many times one Lee Harvey Oswald is documented brushing cuffs with the mind-control cognoscenti of MK/ULTRA and MK/NAOMI.
We come upon the 50th anniversary of the most controversial assassination of the most visible man in the world this November. One must draw one's own personal conclusions regarding this mystery, especially those of us of a certain generation. It would be short-sighted to do so without this volume.
It is a peculiar history indeed that the author of "A Secret Order" has preserved for us. These stories are about much, much more than the mystery of a Presidential assassination, and this book should be found on the shelf of any serious student of history.
I would call myself a neophyte to the JFK assassination, but of course I am familiar with the basics. For me, Mr. Albarelli has added to the assassination literature with this work! Every page seems to have something new to contribute, and Mr. Albarelli details little known figures deep within the intelligence apparatus that surround the goings-on in Mexico City and the Cuban exile groups. I had never heard of June Cobb before, maybe that is due to being an assassination neophyte, but I am sure Albarelli adds more intriguing details to this little-known CIA figure that will be interesting to the most advanced researchers. In addition to June Cobb, Albarelli includes a chapter with new details regarding Rose Cherami. There is of course far more in this book, I am sure no one will be disappointed!
Thanks Mr. Albarelli!
The opinions form all on their own, in the reader's mind.
Mr. Albarelli Jr., has presented what I consider new, refreshing unvarnished facts regarding the events surrounding November 22, 1963.
Of equal importance, the author has not dismissed, wholesale, other researchers who have spent years and years digging and petitioning the US government and traveling worldwide to gain and glean from sources that are believable and make sense...
sort of putting things in order...believable and making progress in this critical phase of our Nations democracy.
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I have read many books on the subject,and this is one that finally airs new material that has not been written over and over. A fresh perspective!Published 20 months ago by SandyK32
Albarelli is on the money. Kind of scary really. Good book. Worth the moneyPublished 21 months ago by J. Hite
Disappointing. I've read hundreds of books on the JFK assassination in the past 50 years. I found this to be one of the least believable and most irrelevant. Read morePublished 23 months ago by John M.
M Albarelli takes us even further down the rabbit hole of mid-century US secrets than he did with his excellent book "A Terrible Mistake."Published on July 7, 2014 by Patrick C. Weidinger