Truth is a Lonely Warrior
  
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Twenty-five years after publication of The Shadows of Power, James Perloff returns to the venue of political history, and takes you where the mass media won’t. • Who benefited from the mysterious sinking of the USS Maine? • What are we not told about the attacks on Pearl Harbor? • Why was the Soviet Union given control of North Korea after World War II, when the Soviets did nothing to win the war in the Pacific? • What did Congressional Medal of Honor recipient James Stockdale reveal about Tonkin Gulf? • Why has the CFR produced so many prominent government officials? • Why did the Vietnam War last 14 years – and end in defeat – when it took us only 3 and ½ years to win World War II? • Is it possible that many kings and other monarchs of past centuries were not as evil as they’ve been portrayed? • Who is at the top of the pyramid on the back of the dollar bill? • Why was the USS Liberty attacked in 1967, and why was there no Congressional investigation? • The official explanation of 9-11 – where do we BEGIN to name the holes? • Who financed ecumenism and the decline of Christian faith? • What are world elitists saying about population control? • What are courageous doctors revealing about vaccines that the major media won’t report? • Who’s pouring billions of dollars into the “green” movement? • How does this (and much more) ALL tie together? If you are one of those who senses that something just isn’t right with the explanations we are given for wars, our dying economy, and other world events, this book may be just right for you. Countless lies have been planted in the corporate-controlled media to benefit the rich and the few; these lies have become “fact” through the mechanism of frequent repetition. Refuting such lies with credibility requires in-depth analysis. Therefore, beware of reviews of this book which attempt to debunk it by pulling a sentence or idea out of context. Read the book for yourself. Truth Is a Lonely Warrior is a ticket to de-brainwashing.
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