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Thy Will Be Done: The Conquest of the Amazon : Nelson Rockefeller and Evangelism in the Age of Oil

by on Oct.09, 2009, under Stuff>Books>History

I have not read this book myself. But someone else recommended it to me and I checked out the book reviews on and found this book interesting. When I saw it mentioned again on a web page discussing John Lennon’s murder, I think it is worth bookmarking this book here. Check it out here.

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Interview with History: The JFK Assassination

by on Aug.04, 2009, under Stuff>Books>History

Interview with History: The JFK Assassination looks behind the scenes at some of the most shocking and horrific things going on here in America starting with the daytime assassination of President John F. Kennedy and the implications it serves up to the citizens of a “free country.” The author, Pamela Ray, along with James Files, former CIA/Mob hit man, the infamous “grassy knoll shooter” explore the truths behind some basic questions still lingering decades after the JFK assassination: Why was President Kennedy killed? Who benefited? Who had the power to cover it up? And more specifically. Did Lee Harvey Oswald spend time with James Files the week before November 22, 1963? Why? Did Files and Oswald have the same CIA controller, David A. Phillips? Was there a military and CIA presence in Dealey Plaza when the fatal shots were fired? What is the “Military-Industrial-Complex” and why were American citizens warned about it by President Eisenhower in his farewell address to the nation? Are some of the same players from 1963 involved in today’s headlines? What does all this indicate? These questions and more will be looked at as Ray and Files discuss the events surrounding the fateful day in Dallas when “a whole new form of government took over.” During the course of Interview with History, the authors delve into other related shadowy underworld subjects where it is hard to tell where Organized Crime stops and the CIA (and other U.S. government agencies) begin.

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