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The Ground Truth: The Untold Story of America Under Attack on 9/11

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« on: May 14, 2010, 01:21:42 pm »

The Ground Truth: The Untold Story of America Under Attack on 9/11 (Hardcover)
By John Farmer's Review (excerpt)
From Mark Crispin Miller:

Hang onto your hats:

John Farmer, Dean of the Law School at Rutgers University and former Attorney General of New Jersey, was legal counsel to the 9/11 Commission, and in charge of drafting its report.

And now, having read through lots of further evidence, he's come to the conclusion that the official version of the story is almost entirely untrue, based on false testimony by the WhiteHouse, CIA, FBI and NORAD.

His new book, The Ground Truth: The Story Behind America's Defense on 9/11, makes this case with loads of documentary evidence--and his colleagues on the commission are on board, as the article below makes clear.

So are John Farmer and those other members of that very commission all "conspiracy theorists"?

“At some level of government,” says Dean Farmer, “at some point in time, a decision was made not to tell the truth about the national response to the attacks on the morning of 9/11. We owe the truth to the families of the victims of 9/11. We owe it to the American public as well, because only by understanding what has gone wrong in the past can we assure our nation's safety in the future.”

Here's the press release re: Farmer's book from Rutgers University:

The Ground Truth narrates the government's growing awareness of and reaction to the al Qaeda terrorist threat in units of time as it was lived – from years down to the final minutes and seconds to intervene and respond, vividly portraying key moments. The final section considers the nature of government in crisis. Dean Farmer offers seven lessons to be learned from the responses to 9/11 and Hurricane Katrina, with perhaps the most important: “A government reshaped by the lessons of its prior experiences requires candor.”

And the “ground truth”? It's that the fault for failing to detect or interdict the attacks lay in the nature of modern government itself. “Unless we change government, unless we plan to respond to crises the way we now know they are experienced,” says Dean Farmer, “we will fail to protect ourselves, with horrifying consequences.”


This is not a book in suppport of 9/11 theorists because it doesn't propose an alternative conspiracy theory; but rather it makes the bold and accurate claim that the so-called 9/11 Commission was a Whitewash meant to conceal rather than reveal the truth.

But when avenues of investigation are intentionally ignored, we are left speculating as to what the truth really is. Farmer, former legal counsel of the 9/11 Commission, offers some startling theories and information that is a truthful alternative to the Comission's politically positioned "findings."

"In revisiting the tragedy of the 9/11 attacks that still haunt America, John Farmer provides a devastating account of how what government and military officials told Congress, the 9/11 Commission on which he served, the media, and the public 'was almost entirely, and inexplicably, untrue.' The result is a major, carefully documented and deeply disturbing book, one that deserves the most serious attention of every American concerned about our future."
--Haynes Johnson, Pulitzer Prize winner and best-selling author.

"Physics teaches us that waves of the same frequency amplify each other. That's what brought down the Tacoma Narrows Bridge. The Ground Truth reveals 9/11 as a manifestation of that same phenomenon, with waves of history cresting together. It does so with perfect clarity, thanks to the brilliance of finding, in the examples of two "minor" national security agencies, the dysfunctionality that plagued the mightiest-seeming arms of the government. I made the mistake of not writing down the first two or three times I felt goosebumps. The Ground Truth is superbly conceived and carried out. What a great book."
--Jim Dwyer, author of 102 Minutes: The Untold Story of the Fight to Survive Inside the Twin Towers

And Farmer concludes that a government that conceals the truth puts the nation at great risk.

While it won't please the diehard conspiracy theorists, this is an enormously important refutation of the 9/11 Commission from its legal counsel! That's stunning!

Whenever the federal government wants to hide the truth, rather than reveal it, they set up a politically appointed and guided "commission."

Such was the case, as many of us speculated, with the betrayal of the "9/11 Commission."

It's a worthwhile read to have it confirmed in such a bold book by the Dean of Rutgers University School of Law and former Attorney General of New Jersey.

This is an elite insider who was supposed to keep his mouth shut, but who decided to expose the deceit of the "9/11 Commission" instead.

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About the Author: John Farmer became Dean of Rutgers School of Law–Newark on July 1, 2009. In addition to his work for the 9/11 Commission, he has served as Attorney General of New Jersey, Chief Counsel to Governor Christine Todd Whitman, as a federal prosecutor, a law enforcement expert to the special envoy for Middle East regional security, and a founding partner of a New Jersey law firm.

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