Crossing the Rubicon : The Decline of the American Empire at the End of the Age of Oil, Paperback Book

Crossing the Rubicon : The Decline of the American Empire at the End of the Age of Oil Paperback

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> From The Wilderness (FTW) -- -- has a subscriber base of over 16,000 worldwide that has been awaiting this book eagerly for two years. > Since 9-11-01 the author has been the point man in breaking major stories involving government foreknowledge, corruption and violations of the US Constitution. > It is expected that the author will be invited to speak widely about the book, and to stir considerable controversy. > FTW's video, The Truth and Lies About 9-11, has sold more than 10,000 copies.


  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 512 pages
  • Publisher: New Society Publishers
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  • Category: True crime
  • ISBN: 9780865715400

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Michael Ruppert, a former LAPD narcotics detective, goes after the biggest organized crime in history in this book - the Bush administration at the time of 9/11. He asks the reader to play the role of a jury, as he establishes his case against the criminals, through proving beyond a reasonable doubt motives, means and opportunity. To those who would say this book is about 9/11 conspiracy theory, Ruppert would say, "I don't deal in conspiracy theory. I deal in conspiracy fact." This book has never been debunked. It has been met with a thunderous silence.

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What I thought was going to be about the varied aspects of peak oil was a 9/11 conspiracy book. An inredibly well researched and and thought out conspiracy book but none-the-less a conspiracy book. Scatter shot with too many articles from the authors website the book was convoluted and obseesive on small points. But it did make you think about how fast all this was brushed under the table.

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For those of us who never considered the web woven by our most recent administration, Crossing the Rubicon might cause a resounding shock to echo through their consciousness. To those of us who have contemplated many of the assertions alluded to within in this shocker, a thundering applause just might be heard. A brave, thought-provoking novel by one who seems an appropriate source and an absorbing read.

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