FWIW, the description is from the book itself.
There's definitely stuff to disagree with in his book, pretty much
everything that's supposition. What's interesting are the first hand
accounts of things and admissions. When he over generalizes, it's pretty
obvious. The section on the JFK assassination is almost entirely
speculation. There are a LOT of valid questions about Mexico City, but it's
not nearly as conclusive as he presents it. There's a reason I highlighted
and quoted a LOT less in later parts of the books.
Still, there are some illuminating insights into some of the factors of how
some events evolved. I'd check the book out of the library, but I wouldn't
recommend most people buy it unless the price is slashed at a used book
On Tue, Jan 12, 2016 at 3:49 PM, Shelley <shelley@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On January 12, 2016 8:30:22 AM Lou Novacheck <luigibasco@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
How much difference is there between an Obama nation and an abomination?
Seriously? Did you cut and paste that directly from "Faux News Talking
Points for Idiots"?
On Tue, Jan 12, 2016 at 6:45 AM, Michael Best <themikebest@xxxxxxxxx>
The highest-ranking Soviet bloc intelligence official ever to defect to
the West, Lt. Gen. Ion Mihai Pacepa is at it again.
Sounds like somebody lived longer than he anticipated and The Company's
maintenance checks have run thin, so he's making shit up in the long
tradition of saying anything to make a quick buck.
Why, during the last two generations, has so much of the Western
world turned against its founding faith, Christianity?
Whoa, waitaminute. I wasn't aware that there was a "founding faith,"
especially since the establishment clause specifically prohibits it. In
That One Document, what's it called...
[...] Pacepa and Rychlak also document how the U.S. "mainstream media's"
enduring sympathy for all things liberal-left
That's definitely some Faux News-level bullshit right there. I'm not an
apologist for the democraps, I think all politics in this town country
sucks. But, c'mon! Wtf?