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The terror conspiracy : deception, 9/11, and the loss of liberty

Author: Jim Marrs
Publisher: New York, NY : Disinformation ; London : Virgin [distributor], [2006] ©2006
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Explores unanswered questions about the September 11th attacks, arguing that the attacks may have been "an inside job" the United States government either planned or passively allowed to happen.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jim Marrs
ISBN: 9781932857436 1932857435
OCLC Number: 67375531
Description: xxi, 482 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: pt. I. The events of September 11, 2001 --
A chronology of events --
Unresolved questions abound --
What did President Bush know, and when? --
Did war games aid the terrorists? --
Who authorized the Bid Laden evacuation? --
What about the hijackers themselves? --
What really happened at the Pentagon? --
Explosions at the World Trade Center --
Firefighters thought the fires were controllable --
What caused the collapse of WTC building 7? --
FEMA's report: cause of WTC collapses unknown --
Tracks of foreknowledge --
The FBI couldn't, or wouldn't, connect the dots --
Missed opportunities at the CIA --
Selling stocks short indicates foreknowledge --
What about Israeli foreknowledge? --
Were the hijacked planes remotely controlled? --
What really happened to Flight 93? --
Remote viewers look at 9/11 --
The official 9/11 inquiry: another warren commission? --
pt. II. War for oil and drugs --
The Central Asian gas pipeline --
Afghan attack was planned long ago --
Wag the dog in Iraq? --
Cheney's dealings in Iraq --
Iraqis and the Murrah Federal building bombing --
Why did the US military rush into Baghdad? --
US complicity in the world drug trade --
Bin Laden, the made-to-order enemy --
Bin Laden replies to Bush --
The Bin Laden family and friends --
pt. III. The 9/11 backlash --
A history of unconstitutional actions --
Posse comitatus ignored --
A questionable military record --
Creating Homeland Security --
Was George Orwell right about 1984? --
Tom Ridge and the Phoenix program --
Homeland Security at work --
Enter the Patriot Act --
The Patriot Act at work --
Internment camps in place --
Big brother's technology --
Governing by secrecy and decree --
The shadow government knows --
pt. IV. Historical precedents --
The Reichstag fire --
Pearl Harbor --
The Gulf War --
Would Americans allow attacks on Americans? --
War as an economic stimulus --
The mass media --
A dismal foreign policy record --
Manufactured enemies --
The Hegelian dialectic --
What do we know now?
Responsibility: Jim Marrs.

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Explores unanswered questions about the September 11th attacks, arguing that the attacks may have been "an inside job" the United States government either planned or passively allowed to happen.

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