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In the 1980's, George HW Bush imported cocaine to finance an illegal war in Nicaragua. Governor Bill Clinton’s Arkansas state police provided security for the drug drops. For assisting the CIA, the Clinton Crime Family was awarded the White House. The #clintonbodycount continues to this day, with the deceased including Jeffrey Epstein.

This audiobook features harrowing true stories that reveal the insanity of the drug war. A mother receives the worst news about her son. A journalist gets a tip that endangers his life. An unemployed man becomes California’s biggest crack dealer. A DEA agent in Mexico is sacrificed for going after the big players.

The lives of Linda Ives, Gary Webb, Freeway Rick Ross and Kiki Camarena are shattered by brutal experiences. Not all of them will survive.

©2019 Shaun Attwood (P)2020 Shaun Attwood

What listeners say about Clinton Bush and CIA Conspiracies: From The Boys on the Tracks to Jeffrey Epstein

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Great Book!

Chinese and mexican slavery, history of prejudices, reefer madness, the funding of defunding cannibus, division of the populations and CIA entrapment. White boy rick and elvis. Confederate vs Industrialism. Guadalajara cartel. All true reports, and I am only in the 5th chapter. Very good book so far, very eye opening!

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POWERFUL EQUATES TO EVILNESS

I gave it a straight five stars because the author is one of few today that would research, and then write down the gospel truth on how our country has reached the bottom of the pan when it comes to morality. Two families produced four individuals that came from the same mold.
The misery and the bodies they left behind them were people that were so much better than them, and thats the saddest part of this grisly tale. I do not have to mention names as we all know the Presidents in our lifetimes, and one rougue wife that has set this country back 100 years. If you bought this book, more than likely you know the names and places they sowed their seeds of destruction and sadly their victims. If there is anything good that comes out of this book, it is the fact that they will spend eternity in Hades, with someone that they feel comfortable around.
The book will also show the misery their victims went through and also the people that kept their mouths silent, and I am not sure they are much better than the perpetrators. A book worth reading as it will show you the decline of this country in 50 years, but as you move away from God, What more can you expect? The devil awaits and of course the "Wrath of God."

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outstanding!

highly recommended and eye opening ☺️. you won't want to put it down.. this story was unfolded in the most excellent way

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yup

it was long and hard and long and hard but still a good book yea

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Lots of information

A good book. It seems to be rushing through some of the content but overall very good

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  • Shaun.J.Fox
  • 04-25-20

Big Fan

I've watched shaun attwood alot on YouTube.
Well aware of his books but never got around to buying one.
Got this on audiobook and I've been red pilled on so much i thought i already knew.

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  • Eoghan Ó.
  • 05-05-20

Great book

Brilliant book totally worth the money I dont believe in many conspiracies but I do believe most of this

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  • Livingthejourney
  • 06-03-20

very interesting, political + criminal world link

very well researched, I did find it became more interesting from chapter 8 onwards due to the links between the criminal and political world's being unravelling and being exposed.

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  • Kelly
  • 08-30-20

Okay

Struggled 2 finish this because although there were some interesting parts I found it 2 be repetitive & too long with the content dragged out and whole chapters dedicated to the word for word conversations on a TV show which was disappointing

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  • Anonymous User
  • 10-26-20

A bit repetitive

Although there are some interesting bits, there is lots of repetition of parts of this and his other books. There's no real thrust to the narrative and reads like like a load of magazine articles lumped together.

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  • mart
  • 03-01-21

Great listening but a bit of a brutal book

You couldnt get a more emotionless narrator but the book is hard to put into words. It's well written and the account of events is f**kin brutal. I enjoyed it as much you can when your enlightened with such information, it's a real eye opener

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  • Anonymous User
  • 02-24-21

Very disappointing waste of money and your time

This book is more like a sales pitch a rant and a lecture about the War on drugs then uncovering the neocon neo liberal conspiracy
Godless conspiracy if you want to know more about the MAGA Group you’re better off reading mint press News or checking out Ryan Dawson anti-neocon report