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Truth Jihad: My Epic Struggle Against the 9/11 Big Lie Paperback – April 11, 2007
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Barett puzzles the reader as he wanders through his life - why is he telling us all this? Then he starts in on the psychopaths, our leaders. Haven't we heard all this before? Must he detail every insult and his responses to his critics? Well why not? He selflessly recommends the more calm work of Griffin and others and restrained himself enough to get a PHD. Let's welcome our allies and Barrett is an ally, we need him, he says it, says what needs saying.
Barrett discusses folklore, myths, legends and he has read and reports on many books. His exuberance and unrestrained mouthing off improbably coupled with careful, well studied points of view make page after page interesting. God bless those who hire, publish and repeat Kevin Barrett.
I've covered a few 9/11 exposés in my columns and reviews; I have a particular affinity for Dave McGowan's iconoclastic/ everyman hard-headed analysis proffered from the very next day after the crime via his cleverly named Website, Center for an Informed America. In fact, Davesweb analysis is what started my serious questioning of the official story...
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A man of great awareness and a keen alertness, Dr. Barrett shows his ability to recognize opportunities the rest of us would miss. He demonstrates the use of humor and playful provocation to engage the adversary into revealing their vicious nature...and using that action to the truth's advantage. Instead of fighting his enemies unproductively, he uses them to his benefit and models how precious victories can be achieved along the way. The big and small victories alike are described in loving, playful detail. He involves the reader in the thrill of engaging the enemy of narrow vision and broadening the minds of the audience he engages.
After he reveals his mind and heart through personal and professional stories, the reader explores the theological and philosophical implications with this man of rare morality. Though Dr. Barrett peels many layers off the 9/11 onion, never do the vapors' intensity overpower the peace revealed in the magnificent transformation that is possible when the 9-11 truth struggle reaches victory. Although his Muslim perspective is repeatedly shown, it reminds the reader that all people of conscious are not so very different-no matter their own faith- and the Muslim holocaust is an affront to all of humanity.Read more ›
I don't think anyone embraces this perspective because they enjoy it. It is, in fact, NOT adequately embraced by the American public because it is so UN-enjoyable, so downright horrifying. But Kevin romps the reader through the truth as the master educator he is. And as indicated previously, his personality is so authentic and his style is so congenial, the reader feels safe in coming to terms with such a terrible topic at last.
This book is an opportunity to spend time with Kevin Barrett -- to hang out with an extremely good and honest man and to, well, yes -- ENJOY learning about this subject that is so hard but so necessary for all Americans to understand.
Kevin Barrett, in Truth Jihad -- a book that's hard to put down, mixes alternative views on 9/11, faith, philosophy, and humor. In doing so he reveals a lot of himself, his life since his college days, his battles with the establishment in attempting to seek the truth about 9/11, and his remarkable journey to Islam.
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If you enjoy the National Enquirer or Mad Magazine, you might find Barrett's highly fictionalized accounts of 9/11 to be amusing examples of conspiracy writing. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Svatoplukian
This consists of the rants of an desperate person who has embraced Islam, the creation of a pitifully delusional, mentally ill person who convinced himself that he was a prophet,... Read morePublished 12 months ago by James E. Horn
Judging a book by its cover is normally poor practice, but the semiotic justice of this cover portraying the author engaging in symbolic autofellation makes such judgment apt. Read morePublished on October 6, 2009 by Brian Good