It should bevrequired reading to obtain your drivers license, as its that important to every American, as I am convinced after listening to it twice, these scientists and military officers, are beyond incompetent, and may be responsible for over half of the cancer deaths world wide. Hey Folks, We have lost nuclear weapons out there!!!!!!!!!
The USAF men that gave up their lives in a silo, out in the Plains.
I believe Scott understands the extreme danger we are in right now, and his material was read and researched to convey the seriousness of the material in this book.
I have never read a book in which I said to myself, "What!" So many times, as it was mind jarring material.
Why does an American have to read a book to find this out? The Press are not doing their jobs.
This is by far, the best book on Elizabeth 1, and when you finish it, you will be glad you chose this one book out of many available. You can love or hate Henry V111, but Anne produced the pick of the litter, that changed the face of the earth with beautiful Elizabeth.
This book in my opinion, should be nominated for worst book in my entire life, and I am 63 years old. I honestly felt ripped off in even purchasing it, as it added zip to my knowledge base on our submarine force.
I will be much more careful now in purchasing books written by anyone stationed in the silent service, and in fact the book I believe was written to ride of the coat tails of the very good books written by combat soldiers this past several years. Shame on the author, is all I can say.
Billy has the ability to make old news interesting, so it's worth a listen. We will never know who murdered our good and decent President.
And I thought I knew all about these brave astronauts of the blue water. This book is for those that know the sea, or thought they did, as this book takes you to the unknown, and the author surely did some great research to pen a book such as this.
This was time we'll spent, as it clearly showed Stephens inner animosity towards Christianity, which always was there, but Stephen has never accepted that his auto accident was not prevented by God.
His blatant attempt to harm Christianity, and his life long cowardice to approach Islam in the same manner.
A great job.
Stephen really goes after Christianity, but being an author you can carry this out easily through the characters. Steve is at a point in his life where he is just pumping out stories, as he knows his groupies will suck them up. He has contractual obligations and this book is but an obligation, but if you blatantly go after my religion because he knows Christians won't saw his head off, then in my mind Steve is struggling with his mortality, and no Christian should put a nickel in his pocket until he gos after Islamn with the same mindset. Actually, this is his first failure when it comes to penning a book, but in reality a 8th grade could read and comprehend this book, so I will leave Steve struggling with his religion, if he has any at all. I will not stand by and let my religion be his beating pole.
True crime readers are a special breed.
This just was a book the Library of Congress really did not need.
I would recommend to a friend, and also a Congressional Committee.
The most touching moment was Pattons last leave in the United States, where he said his last goodbyes, as he knew he was going to be assassinated by his own government. I guess you could say Russia was after him to, but there were no Russians involved in his murder.
I believe Lynn believed what she was reading.
No, that's plain silly for anyone to do that with any book.
When Germany surrendered, Patton wanted to push the Russians back to their border, with the Third Army, as they were there for the taking. They had no supplies, plus they are the worst soldiers in the world, and remain so. He told a Russian General just that, and he complained to the US, and they thought Patton was out of order . Churchill agreed with Pat tons mindset, but Eisenhower, the most overated soldier of WW11, knew Patton was resigning, and might have run for President, making Patton a target, and the rest is history. While in the military in 1969, there was still talking about Patton being taken down, and now these books are written about it, and that had everything to do with the Freedom of Information Act, but Eisenhower even ignored that Russia still held 15,000 of our POWs, when he agreed to Stalins demands in carving up Europe. Some of these POWs never were released.The Iron Wall was built by Eisenhower, and he was no soldier, along with Marshall who took great pleasure in humiliating Patton, for speaking the truth. Patton wanted 3 weeks to push the Mongoloids, as he called the Russians to push them back to their border, but they thought Patton was insane, thus we lived with the Iron Wall for 50 years, but make no mistake about it, General George S. Patton was most certainly assassinated. He knew to much, as he told many of his friends on his last stateside leave.What a travesty this was, but there will be no hearings on this. Powerful folks still run this country, and Obama is trying to get around them, but he will fail.
I have heard the rumors about Patton for years, and laughed it away. Bill has put the jigsaw together, and you cannot ignore this evidence.
It is such an unique book, that I cannot think of a book that I can compare it to, other than the assassination of MLK.
Bill makes it crystal clear that Eisenhower could have prevented the Berlin Wall, if he had been more audacious, as he accused Patton of being. We should have prevented the USSR from taking over Eastern Europe, and history would have been very different. Patton had foresight, that only Churchill agreed with, and it would have been a breeze pushing the Russians back to their border. Bill puts it in a form of a military commentator might narrate, with exact times, making it a one sitting book, and Bill has hit a nerve of a nation, or I hope so, as Patton could have shortened WW11 by two years. War is not for second guessers, and have lost respect foe Eisenhower.
When Patton told the Russian General that if any of his tanks fired before 700 yards, he would try the commander of the tank with cowardice, after the General told Patton that there new tanks could lob shells miles..
Bill is the best narrator on earth when it comes to nonfiction books concerning subject matter , such as this. Historically, he has put all the evidence together, and I think enough, to start a probe of this possible assassination. Bill has shown on how not being firm with the USSR, or a nod of the head, can alter history in a very negative way. Patton was not popular in the White House, but a majority of Americans believed in his reasoning and logic.
An Active Participant.
As good as you would expect, for such a hellish book, but a lack of empathy.
Yes, but not because it was good.
Have you ever robbed a grave? This is a book that might be a best seller in the "Skinhead World", but if you have never experienced the underbelly of the Devil himself, stay away from this book, as it will make you ill, and if it does not, then you might need help.
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