Truth Jihad Radio Fri. 6/29/12, 3-5 pm Central, American Freedom Radio (archived here.) Call-in: 218-339-8525 or post your questions to my Facebook page.
Guest for both hours: Sander Hicks, author of the brand-new instant 9/11 truth classic Slingshot to the Juggernaut: Total Resistance to Secrecy and War is Total Love for the Truth.
The book weaves together Sander's experiences and reflections on the
9/11 truth movement with a wealth of 9/11-related information (much of
it uncovered through Sander's own investigative journalism), making "an important transition from 9/11 analysis to a broader worldview, both political and spiritual." (p. 202)
The chapter on the anthrax attacks is the best short summary of the case in print, while Sander's investigative work on the FBI's apparent murder of 9/11 whistleblower Dr. David Graham is extremely compelling. Likewise, his discussion of attorney William Veale's experiences bringing April Gallop's lawsuit against Bush Administration officials for perpetrating the 9/11 attacks - and finding himself in the courtroom of Judge John Walker, Bush's cousin, who refused to recuse himself - is essential reading. All in all, it has an approachable style and presents a damning array of facts. This is a better book than my own Truth Jihad to offer the uninitiated. (Unless they have a weird sense of humor or are especially interested in Islam and Muslims, in which case Truth Jihad is perfect for them.)
Unlike most 9/11 books, this one offers a solution: The Truth Party. Feel free to join - I have!
Sander Hicks is a national treasure. He is a first-rate writer, investigative journalist, public speaker, organizer, and general all-around trouble-maker. And his deepening maturity and spirituality are adding more and more gravitas to his work all the time. Buy this book and spread it around. And tune in today and listen to what Sander has to say.
Labels: 9/11 truth, anthrax attacks, april gallop, conspiracies, dr. david graham, false-flag, inside job, judge john walker, Sander Hicks, slingshot to the juggernaut, william veale