It’s the end of the year so it’s time for the media to tell us what books to read. Instead of the best out there, they tout predictable drivel, for example, we’re supposed to bone up on sainted heroes like Abraham Lincoln and Lyndon Baines Johnson. Gag me with a spoon!
The newspaper of record down here in Arkansas is the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, owned by WEHCO media, and this morning there I read an endorsement by editorial page writer David Barham of LBJ: Architect of American Ambition (2007) by Randall B. Woods, a University of Arkansas historian. Mr. Barham marvels at how LBJ “was disappointed in his ‘demotion’ to vice president from Senate majority leader…he had decided to tell JFK he wouldn’t run on the ticket with him in ’64.” This is sheer fantasy, an absurdity. LBJ forced his way onto JFK’s ticket and on November 22, 1963 was about to be exposed for the career criminal he was. To find out all about the monster that was Lyin’ Lyndon, read LBJ: Mastermind of the JFK Assassination (2011) by Philip F. Nelson.
Next I find Little Rock lawyer and author Arthur Paul Bowen recommending Team of Rivals: The Political Genius of Abraham Lincoln (2006) by Doris Kearns Goodwin. Bowen declares the book “a testament to Lincoln’s consummate political skills informed by a childhood of grinding poverty and forged on the stump on the prarie that helped guide him and the young country through the Civil War and the Emancipation.” For a less maudlin treatment of Dishonest Abe I suggest The Real Lincoln (2003) or Lincoln Unmasked (2007) by Tom DiLorenzo. The obsequious Doris was the authorized biographer of LBJ.
A far more urgent issue than Lincoln or JFK’s assassination is 9/11. You say you want an honest, scientific investigation of 9/11? Read Where Did the Towers Go? by Dr. Judy Wood. It’s the only assembly of all the known physical evidence extant by a uniquely qualified and unbiased scientist about what happened at the WTC on September 11, 2001. Five hundred glossy pages with hundreds of photos and figures, it’s a bargain at $45 delivered. It’s my Book of the Year if not the decade.
Final Judgment by Michael Collins Piper. Definitely not on the favourites list on the print media! Sure, LBJ was as guilty as sin, but he was not the architect of the hit.
Abraham Lincoln was murdered by a Jesuit plot, that they have been covering up, by destroying all the evidence. But the family of an ex-priest, would keep the proof, and would give it to a Canadian author, that published a book on it:
Books that are censored over here in Europe, and explain some great conspiracies:
-Secret History of the Jesuits, by Edmond Paris.
That book explains the truth behind World War 2, that only very few people know about.
Than off course, the books by Avro Manhattan
An MI5 operative, that had to support the Serbian Partisans in WW2.
He wrote the truth on former Yugoslavia, that to me made clear what the real agenda was behind the Bombing of Russian Orthodox Serbs by US Air Force. Titled, -The Vatican’s Holocaust.
In another book, Manhattan told the real agenda behind the war in Vietnam. That book is titled, -Vietnam, why did we go, by Avro Manhattan
With these three books, you can learn the reality behind the lies about wars in Vietnam and Europe in the 1900’s. The truth on the murder on President Lincoln is rather important to understand. There might be more sources, but these are the ones I know.
I am writing a Words to Live By essay for the book Hamlet. I chose deception. Could anyone help me on how to start and give me a good attention getter and conclusion paragraph! Much appreciated:)