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Myra Bronstein
10-02-2010, 07:47 PM
There have been quite a few mentions of "9/11 Synthetic Terror" on the forum. For those who have read it, would you recommend it? And how does it compare to other books on the subject?

Thank you.

Steve Duffy
10-20-2010, 12:47 PM
Myra, I'd highly recommend it. for me it was pretty explosive and revelatory, really. From the other books of read, it's probably more sensation than the works of Scott, Griffith etc, but it had me from the start.
All my opinion, of course, but I like Tarpley's stuff, and this is the one I've recommended most to friends etc. It made me very angry and frustrated...

Jack White
10-20-2010, 03:16 PM
I recommend it. I have not read the whole book yet. I take it when
I have doctor appointments to read during long waits before seeing
the doctor (they never get to you at the appointed time). It has
short self-contained chapters which stand on their own, making
it suitable for interrupted reading. So far I have found nothing with
which I disagree.

Jack

Peter Lemkin
10-20-2010, 05:15 PM
Great book, and best on the 'war games' going on that day (and just prior), and how they played into 'things'. [There have been some free updates available on internet - do get them!]. Other good ones are those by Griffin, IMO, especially Debunking 911 Debunking :top:

Carsten Wiethoff
10-20-2010, 05:50 PM
This book is available in its 2004 version as a pdf here (http://www.indymedia.org.uk/media/2005/07/317436.pdf). Use at you own risk.
Of course, if you like it, you should support the author by buying it.

Peter Presland
10-20-2010, 07:09 PM
Another 'Highly recommended' from me too Myra.

I read it a couple of years ago and agree with a previous poster, revelatory - Especially in terms of its detailed and persuasive description of how the SIS's are, pretty much by definition, likely to be deeply complicit in pretty well all notable terrorist attacks.

Myra Bronstein
10-21-2010, 05:12 AM
Thanks for the input Steve, Jack, Peter, Peter, Carsten.

Carsten, I didn't know the 2004 version was online. Thanks again. Is there a significant difference between that and the most recent (2007?) edition?

Myra Bronstein
10-21-2010, 05:19 AM
Hey, look what I found:
http://tarpley.net/

I like his nickname for Obama--Wall Street Puppet.

That's almost like my nickname for him--Wall Street Wingman.

Carsten Wiethoff
10-21-2010, 05:20 AM
In the new edition there are rather long prefaces updating on the war exercises and on Able Danger (readable on amazon). Other than that I cannot really comment, since I did not read the new edition (yet).

Myra Bronstein
10-21-2010, 05:24 AM
In the new edition there are rather long prefaces updating on the war exercises and on Able Danger (readable on amazon). Other than that I cannot really comment, since I did not read the new edition (yet).

I see. Thanks again Carsten.

Peter Presland
10-21-2010, 06:28 AM
Myra

You might also want to have a look at his "Barac Obama: The Unauthorised Biography" too. It develops his BO - The making of a Manchurian Candidate and was published in mid-2008 - before the BO Presidential election victory.

It is a lesson for anyone still retaining residual faith in Rep/Dem politics in general and those who still say "Ah but we could not have foreseen how a BO Presidency would turn out. Tarpley had him nailed from day 1 of his candidacy. Both it and Synthetic Terror are on WikiSpooks here (https://wikispooks.com/wiki/File:Synthetic_Terror.pdf) and here (https://wikispooks.com/wiki/File:Barack_Obama_-_the_Unauthorized_Biography.pdf)

Steve Duffy
10-21-2010, 08:18 AM
I have his unauthorized bio's on Bush and Obama...haven't read the Obama one yet.

Myra Bronstein
10-22-2010, 07:08 AM
Myra

You might also want to have a look at his "Barac Obama: The Unauthorised Biography" too. It develops his BO - The making of a Manchurian Candidate and was published in mid-2008 - before the BO Presidential election victory.

It is a lesson for anyone still retaining residual faith in Rep/Dem politics in general and those who still say "Ah but we could not have foreseen how a BO Presidency would turn out. Tarpley had him nailed from day 1 of his candidacy. Both it and Synthetic Terror are on WikiSpooks here (https://wikispooks.com/wiki/File:Synthetic_Terror.pdf) and here (https://wikispooks.com/wiki/File:Barack_Obama_-_the_Unauthorized_Biography.pdf)

Thanks Peter. I had Obama nailed from day one as well! I want my props. I knew he was being crammed down our throats as the chosen one. Even so he's a colder creepier character than I had anticipated. Manchurian Candidate is a good description. I'm glad Tarpley's on the case.

Myra Bronstein
10-22-2010, 07:39 AM
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Thanks Peter. I had Obama nailed from day one as well! I want my props. I knew he was being crammed down our throats as the chosen one. Even so he's a colder creepier character than I had anticipated. Manchurian Candidate is a good description. I'm glad Tarpley's on the case.

Don't mean to turn this into an Obama thread, but I sure wonder why Ted and Caroline Kennedy endorsed him so strongly. Did they really not know he was wall street's wing man? They consistently compared him to JFK.

Wonder what Caroline thinks of him now.