On May 20, 2015, the director of U.S. National Intelligence released “a list of books and articles” allegedly found in OBL’s house. Judging by the titles, it didn’t seem likely that the late “terror mastermind” had checked the books out from the Abbottabad public library. Yet, somehow hidden out of sight, boogeyman Bin Laden had the printout of the congressional hearing on “Project MK Ultra, the CIA’s program of research in behavior modification” — the notorious Manchurian Candidate–style experiments in which unsuspecting military personnel were doped with LSD.
The list is also a who’s who of 9/11 and Crime Syndicate conspiracies. Why intel would put this out is head scratching. Please chime in. Is it an attack on those books with neuro-lingustic programming? My personal theory is two fold: These are monumental egos, who get off on having those more “in the know” writing about them; and, secondly, they leave bread crumbs.
“Rogue State: A Guide to the World’s Only Superpower” by William Blum
“The Taking of America 1-2-3” by Richard Sprague
“The Best Enemy Money Can Buy” by Anthony Sutton
“Crossing the Rubicon” by Michael Ruppert
Have at it, quite a forbidden list.
The 2030 Spike by Colin Mason
A Brief Guide to Understanding Islam by I. A. Ibrahim
America’s Strategic Blunders by Willard Matthias
America’s “War on Terrorism” by Michel Chossudovsky
Al-Qaeda’s Online Media Strategies: From Abu Reuter to Irhabi 007 by Hanna Rogan
The Best Democracy Money Can Buy by Greg Palast
The Best Enemy Money Can Buy by Anthony Sutton
Black Box Voting, Ballot Tampering in the 21st Century by Bev Harris
Bloodlines of the Illuminati by Fritz Springmeier
Bounding the Global War on Terror by Jeffrey Record
Checking Iran’s Nuclear Ambitions by Henry Sokolski and Patrick Clawson
Christianity and Islam in Spain 756-1031 A.D. by C. R. Haines
Civil Democratic Islam: Partners, Resources, and Strategies by Cheryl Benard
Confessions of an Economic Hit Man by John Perkins
Conspirators’ Hierarchy: The Committee of 300 by John Coleman
Crossing the Rubicon by Michael Ruppert
Fortifying Pakistan: The Role of U.S. Internal Security Assistance (only the book’s introduction) by C. Christine Fair and Peter Chalk
Guerilla Air Defense: Antiaircraft Weapons and Techniques for Guerilla Forces by James Crabtree
Handbook of International Law by Anthony Aust
Hegemony or Survival: America’s Quest for Global Dominance by Noam Chomsky
Imperial Hubris by Michael Scheuer
In Pursuit of Allah’s Pleasure by Asim Abdul Maajid, Esaam-ud-Deen and Dr. Naahah Ibrahim
International Relations Theory and the Asia-Pacific by John Ikenberry and Michael Mastandano
Killing Hope: U.S. Military and CIA Interventions since World War II by William Blum
Military Intelligence Blunders by John Hughes-Wilson
Project MKULTRA, the CIA’s program of research in behavioral modification. Joint hearing before the Select Committee on Intelligence and the Subcommittee on Health and Scientific Research of the Committee on Human Resources, United States Senate, Ninety-fifth Congress, first session, August 3, 1977. United States. Congress. Senate. Select Committee on Intelligence.
Necessary Illusions: Thought Control in Democratic Societies by Noam Chomsky
New Pearl Harbor: Disturbing Questions about the Bush Administration and 9/11 by David Ray Griffin
New Political Religions, or Analysis of Modern Terrorism by Barry Cooper
Obama’s Wars by Bob Woodward
Oxford History of Modern War by Charles Townsend
The Rise and Fall of the Great Powers by Paul Kennedy
Rogue State: A Guide to the World’s Only Superpower by William Blum
The Secret Teachings of All Ages by Manly Hall (1928)
Secrets of the Federal Reserve by Eustace Mullins
The Taking of America 1-2-3 by Richard Sprague
Unfinished Business, U.S. Overseas Military Presence in the 21st Century by Michael O’Hanlon
The U.S. and Vietnam 1787-1941 by Robert Hopkins Miller
“Website Claims Steve Jackson Games Foretold 9/11,” article posted on ICV2.com (this file contained only a single saved web page)
Pretty sure you can NOT be arrested for ‘having’ that book…. though I do hear you can end up being called lefty in jail jail you should you try to ‘use’ it.
I recall watching Kurt Saxon (who strikes me as kinda ‘spooky’ in his associations) talking about how he was asked about his rather crazy publications on similar subjects and if I recall right he told congressional investigators he had offered free copies to extremist groups if they let his use them for advertising but they all turned him down….. lol not surei f its true tho.
Maybe they just do that to demonize people who have those books–now they are just like that big bad terrorist Osama.
Or maybe they are just playing with the sheep–putting that info out there, with much truth being in the books, knowing most sheep are too busy watching talmudvision and won’t bother themselves to read a book or do some research.
That Coleman book on the Committee of 300 also has useful info on Theodore Adorno’s influence on pop culture and CIA-MI5 use of it including Laurel Canyon. Posted several parts of it on an
old deleted alt-news site back in late 90s downloaded from an old gopher site and nearly got tagged for copyright infringement! Must read, IMHO.
I see that you have “Crossing The Rubicon” in your list of books for future reading.
I used to read everything Michael Ruppert wrote and one of my “favorite” websites back then was his (fromthewilderness), until one day I found Dave McGowan’s website (you have written about him) and his sharp debunking of Ruppert’s “peak oil” theory.
Dave realized that Ruppert was another misinformation agent and started challenging him to a debate, which of course never happened.
Dave used to post their correspondence in his original website (no longer available) but fortunately you can find most of it on educate-yourself.org.
Here is the link to one of those newsletters. This one is #64, titled “Whoa, Dude! Are We Peaking Yet?”
Ruppert ended up claiming that his home and computer were vandalized and that as a result he was moving to Venezuela. He even posted photos of the vandalized items. It was all very fishy. Then he disappeared. If he returned to continue his work, I don’t know.