I’m not a big reader, but….

I recently finished the longest book I have ever read. It was 592 pages (not including the appendix or footnotes), and it was written by someone I have previously written about, Michael C. Ruppert.

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The book, “Crossing the Rubicon”, starts off examining the events surrounding the 9/11 attacks on the United States and rounds out examining the real reasons behind these attacks. Say what you may about “conspiracy theories”, one thing is true – ignoring the root causes of any problem will NOT make them quietly disappear. And the root cause of this problem is probably not what you think it is.

I highly recommend that everyone read this book, because it discusses a point in history that changed our country, permanently. I think this book is as important (even moreso) than any history book I read in school. And that’s probably the same reasons why it will never be compulsory reading in any school class. Improving this country (and for that matter, humanity) will not happen unless the people take action.

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