Crossing the Rubicon: The Decline of the American Empire at by Michael C. Ruppert

By Michael C. Ruppert

The assaults of September eleven, 2001, have been finished via an grand orchestration of logistics and body of workers. Crossing the Rubicon discovers and identifies key suspects—finding a few of them within the optimum echelons of yank government—by exhibiting how they acted in live performance to assure that the assaults produced the specified result.

Crossing the Rubicon is exclusive not just for its case-breaking exam of Sept. 11, yet for the breadth and intensity of its global picture—an interdisciplinary research of petroleum, geopolitics, narcotraffic, intelligence and militarism—without which 11th of September can't be understood.

the U.S. production area has been as a rule changed through hypothesis on monetary information whose underlying fiscal fact is a depressing mystery. thousands of billions of bucks in laundered drug cash circulate via Wall highway every year from opium and coca fields maintained via CIA-sponsored warlords and US-backed covert paramilitary violence. America’s worldwide dominance is dependent upon a consistently turning mill of weapons, medicines, oil and funds. Oil and common gas—the fuels that make financial progress possible—are backed through American army strength and overseas lending.

in truth, 11th of September and the ensuing “war on terror” are elements of an incredible authoritarian reaction to an rising fiscal difficulty of remarkable scale. top Oil—the starting of the tip for our commercial civilization—is using the élites of yank strength to enforce unthinkably draconian measures of repression, war and inhabitants regulate. Crossing the Rubicon is greater than a narrative. it's a map of the perilous terrain by which, jointly and by myself, we're all now making our approach.

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The assaults of September eleven, 2001, have been complete via an grand orchestration of logistics and body of workers. Crossing the Rubicon discovers and identifies key suspects—finding a few of them within the optimum echelons of yank government—by exhibiting how they acted in live performance to assure that the assaults produced the specified consequence.

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A few weeks after Willi Münzenberg’s disappearance, a shortish man with a ruddy face and blue eyes boarded a Pan American Clipper flying boat bound for London via Lisbon. William J. Donovan was an American hero. Born in 1883 to Irish immigrant parents in Buffalo, New York, he had starred as quarterback for Columbia University, emerged from World War I as one of the most heavily decorated veterans of the American Expeditionary Force, and amassed a small fortune as a corporate lawyer on Wall Street.

He now divulged their contents, including lurid details of financial corruption and personal scandals, to RFE’s presumably outraged Polish listeners. 31 36 SECRET ARMY The National Committee for a Free Europe enjoyed several successes, not least in the realm of broadcasting. 32 Reviewing the NCFE’s program in its entirety, however, one cannot help being struck by the organization’s operational problems, its many failures, and the unintended consequences of several of its actions. The NCFE’s scholarly projects, for example, were fraught with difficulties and disputes.

S. S. public in the moral issues of the Cold War. ”4 Acheson in turn contacted diplomatic elder and veteran anti-Bolshevik Joseph Grew, who agreed to chair the new organization. S. intelligence apparatus, attended to the legal practicalities, filing a certificate of incorporation with the State of New York in May. , and Cecil B. 5 Shortly afterward, Dulles accepted the post of executive secretary, leaving the more visible job of NCFE president to DeWitt C. S. Embassy in Moscow, had witnessed the Bolshevik revolution and, during World War II, managed émigré relations for the OSS.

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