Book Review: The Terror Conspiracy (2006)

Deception, 9/11, and the loss of liberty… by Jim Marrs
Review by Brian Wright

terror_conspiracyA highly informative book but as with all such exposés, you need to be prepared for your ‘Tory’ friends to pooh pooh the central argument and the mountainous evidence adduced for it. [Which to those of us in the Truth and Freedom Movement is grist to the mill of our demonstration of mind control by those in power.] What distinguishes The Terror Conspiracy from other tracts concerned about 9/11 and the crimes of the Ownership Class is the more general theme that 9/11 was a key part of a broader conspiracy of false-flag terror designed to put the world, and Americans, in particular, under the heel of that would-be tyrannical global financial oligarchy.

Jim Marrs is the author of Crossfire, reviewed in the Coffee Coaster a few weeks ago. That book shows that JFK was certainly not murdered by a lone assassin, based on evidence found and evidence destroyed or corrupted. Rather by a conspiracy of some number of men and agencies who had reason to kill the president. These men/agencies sat at the peak of the military/intelligence power apparatus… and still do.

Crossfire and The Terror Conspiracy (TTC)—my edition was the first (2006), so readers should definitely upgrade to the more recent edition (2011)—are vital links in the knowledge chain that will one day bring down the insidious ‘Unspeakable’ written about so cleanly by James Douglass, also in connection with the JFK assassination. TTC does focus on the Big Mama of crimes against humanity, 9/11, and lays out what has come to be the elemental consensus in the Truth community about the problems with the official conspiracy theory:[1] Continue reading

Book Review: Crossfire

The plot that killed Kennedy
by Jim Marrs
Review by Brian Wright

Crossfire by Jim MarrsSo why spend any time on a crime of state that occurred 48 years ago, November? For the same reason we continue to pursue the syndicate who orchestrated and executed the ‘Crime of the 21st Century‘ ten years ago—9/11/2001. Justice never sleeps. Personally, I find the work of James Douglass, JFK and the Unspeakable, along with a lesser known work by Dr. Martin Schotz, History Will Not Absolve Us, to be more compelling and readable—Douglass’s for the peace angle and Schotz’s for the psychological blind-obedience-to-authority angle—than this still extraordinary book by Jim Marrs.

But Crossfire adds the dimension of a huge body of digestible evidence from the street and from the corridors of power. Evidence that at a bare minimum shows the official ‘Lone Nut’ story of the JFK assassination is as gruesome and absurd a children’s fairy tale as the official ‘Crazed Arab’ story of the 9/11 attacks. Continue reading