False Flag & Headhunters

by Dick Croy



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 8/11/2023

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 194
ISBN : 9798369410646
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 194
ISBN : 9798369410639

About the Book

To most people 9/11 is a terrible event that took place in the past which they have little or no interest in discussing today. But to an ever-growing multitude of earth’s vigilant citizens it’s much more than that. It was, and remains, a revelatory exposure of ongoing malign forces that continue to threaten the whole world, with mass shootings, chemtrails and the gamut of deep state atrocities and mayhem that the mainstream media has conspired to cover up.

Thanks to the Internet and an increasing number of enterprising and courageous individuals, the information now available on a 9/11 cover-up is voluminous and convincing. But my perception is that the world’s understanding of this wealth of evidence, or willingness even to consider it, is a small fraction of what it could and needs to be for the good of the planet and the people who inhabit it. The choir is being preached to with brilliance and passion, but it’s time to enlarge the congregation. Exponentially.

All this evidential intelligence needs to be presented in such a way that it permeates the cultural equivalent of the blood-brain barrier. How can we bypass that impregnable human defense system that is denial? Story-telling, fiction, is certainly one way. As I state near the end of this 32,000-word novella – fiction based on fact – “Although its central characters are fictional, the story you have just read is based on the tragedy we all know so well – or, more correctly for too many of us, not so well.”

FRANK lost his 26-year-old daughter LISA. ANNA lost her husband ARTURO, a cook anticipating promotion to sous-chef at Windows on the World. ANITA’s husband ALEX was one of the 658 employees of Cantor Fitzgerald who lost their lives in the controlled demolition of the Twin Towers. Through the eyes and the stories of these and other fictional characters, we gain new compassion for the victims, and new perspective on the events, of 9/11.

When Frank learns that Anna, a young new employee in his office, is a 9/11 survivor, he takes her under his wing. As she is able, and asks, to learn more, he and Anita painstakingly fill her in on the details of the 9/11 cover-up. Following her gradual, excruciating awakening from denial of how her husband Arturo was murdered is a way for readers to overcome and cope with their own denial.

I think people need someone like Anna to take them by the hand and lead them on the same painful journey that she takes in my story, from her assumption that the 9/11 Commission settled the question of who was involved in the atrocity, to finally learning, and accepting, who the real perpetrators were.

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