It's amazing how people can compromize ethics and priciples to satisfy their ego and profit margins. Even knowing people will die from their actions. What's really surprising is no one is calling these people to account for their lies. This book is a wake-up call for society to stop blindly believing everything you hear in the media. Everyone has an agenda. And that agenda usually has dollar signs attached.
And they're not done yet. My family is going through a similar discovery process regarding a medical procedure. Thousands have died, and the doctors performing the procedure know their patients are going to die, and they're not disclosing the risks. When this breaks wide it's going to be bigger than tobacco.
I highly recommend this book. It's well-paced, fascinating, educational, and packs a serious punch.
Unless you are a rabid tree hugging liberal who believes that Obama, Pelosi, and Reid are the salvation of America, this book is a waste of your money.
If your IQ is higher than Velcro shoe laces level, you'll be seriously disappointed by this analysis.
Audible obsessed lifelong learner.
Proof that it is easier to plant a seed of doubt through disinformation and half truths the. Proof something to not be true. Makes a compelling argument that when over ninety percent of scientists stand on one side of a topic the practice of equal time meaning 50% of the time leads to false believes that both sides have as strong arguments as the other. Covers the denial of smoking, second hand smoke, nuclear winter, global warming, and DDT as all risks that have come under attack by this drive to promote agendas over the common good.
Getting the hidden details and the covert links.
I have often wondered why people, in particular those responsible for vital decisions, are so slow to take appropriate action. This book made me understand the role of deliberate disinformation, the harm it does, as well as the methods and motivation of its perpetrators. This knowledge is essential to understanding what we are faced with in the world and what we should look out for in our efforts to survive and to help.
No. Maybe another Author. I was hoping to be enlightened, but was disappointed.
Confidence in my beliefs, not the ones promoted in this book.
Evidence given to support the author's belief is anecdotal.
Full Disclosure: I am a libertarian. I enjoy reading books from all sides of the political spectra. I disagree with most of it. But there is a kernel of truth in each side of the argument, and there is much to learn from entertaining ideas different from your own. This book is not that... This book is a diatribe of nonsense; liberal drivel.