By Russ Kick
This ebook starts off the place You Are Being Lied To left off. once more, an grand crew of investigative reporters, researchers, insiders, dissidents, and lecturers peels again consensus truth and indicates us what's particularly occurring. tough, documented facts at the strongest associations and arguable issues on this planet. one of the revelations:
Antidepressants trash your mind.
China has again and again threatened to nuke the united states.
teens are much less violent now than they've been in over 30 years.
Mad Cow sickness is killing humans in the USA.
Many disabled humans don't are looking to be "cured" and don't recognize Christopher Reeve.
Plus formerly unpublished revelations concerning the overseas financial Fund, the Vatican financial institution, the Olympic video games, Henry Lee Lucas, the drug warfare in South the US, unpublicized injuries at nuclear energy vegetation, and lots more and plenty extra. comprises reproductions of infrequent records and pictures, together with an unpublished eyewitness comic strip of a mysterious 3rd gunman at Columbine.
Among the 50+ contributors: Naomi Klein Douglas Rushkoff Arianna Huffington Howard Zinn Paul Krassner Gary Webb Howard Bloom Noreena Hertz Alexander Cockburn Thomas Szasz William Blum James Ridgeway Kalle Lasn Wendy McElroy
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Of all these sources, American soldiers identified novels and movies as by far the most important. They had shaped the Pacific Basin, particularly Hawaii and the South Pacific – or ‘South Seas’ – into the ultimate terrestrial paradise. So much so, that GIs were using ‘South Seas’ as a generic name for all of the Pacific, as if this paradise stretched endlessly from pole to pole. Military pocket guides tried to warn the soldiers. ” The warnings fell on deaf ears. After all, how could a terse service manual in a few minutes undo the paradise conjured up by a weighty literary tradition of centuries?
62 Whereas GIs habitually paid natives trifles for their services, they were fully aware that the lands these people lived on might one day offer Americans tremendous natural riches. Like their forefathers on the North American continent, GIs in Asia and the Pacific were continually tantalized by the valuable resources that seemed to be there for the taking. As Richard Slotkin has shown, the mystique of the American frontier sprang not only from its boundless “virgin land,” but from lodes of seemingly inexhaustible raw materials.
The military also increasingly relied on aerial photography. Yet, despite rapid progress, many technical limitations remained. 37 At wit’s end, the military more than once turned to anyone who might possess even minimal knowledge of the terrain in which they were about 14 The GI War against Japan to risk troops: colonial officials, naval officers, missionaries, travelers, traders – even schooner skippers. In 1942, for instance, scores of former Solomon residents were interviewed in New Zealand and Australia in preparation for the invasion of Guadalcanal.