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Extreme Prejudice: The Terrifying Story of the Patriot Act and the Cover Ups of 9/11 and Iraq

Narrated by: Rebecca Roberts
Length: 21 hrs and 43 mins
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What if the government decided to invent a great lie to justify a disastrous war? What would happen to the people who know the truth? Extreme Prejudice delivers an explosive, high tension expose of the real facts surrounding the CIA's advance warning of 9/11 and an insider's look at Iraqi pre-war intelligence, told by one of the very few US assets covering Iraq before the war. It reveals the depths of deception by leaders in Washington and London to promote a successful image of their terrorism policy, and the shocking brutality to suppress the truth of their failures from Americans and the world community.

©2010 Susan Lindauer (P)2017 Listen and Think Audio

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Its about 911... Not YOU!

I came to this book 110% on board with the author after hearing one of her interviews on YouTube. Unfortunately, the first four chapters have me skipping ahead to find out if there's any chapter in the book that isn't filled with her bragging about how perfect she was for her job, how righteous her motives were throughout...it's playing in my ear just now: "for my part, my motivation was strictly humanitarian". Okay, I'm glad we have such noble people on the payroll. Enough already! Your message is lost in your egotistic need to use this situation for own glory (a phrase she actually used a little while ago).

Wake up America. Don't let the selfish voices distract from the truth that our government has been systematically lying to us since that day. They think we're all stupid enough to swallow it, and every day that goes by since that horrible day only proves that they're right.

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Bitter Hate piece against Republicans.

Book starts off slow and repetitive. Narrator sounds snarky and condescending in tone which made me want to stop. Author seems ignorant of the people who use her "intel" Bitter against the Bush administration for charging her. Indeed Google her name and see how left leaning sources call her an activist and right leaning say she was caught. She is right about 9/11 but.. She most definitely glosses over Islam and Iraq authoritarian theocratic leanings. Many were happy the dictator was gone and his evil sons. She talks about Iraq like they were a progressive utopia(ignoring Islam's oppression of women and Secularism) . She ignored that OpEC indeed used economic warfare against USA (after 6day war) and Iraq and Iran would do the same if given the chance. She ignores Democrat Warhawks: voting-bombing-weapons sales, records. She mention Clinton paying ransom money to Afganis for not making heroine but doesn't mention he bombed them after. They got caught making terrosit training videos and attacking USA first. She groups all republicans when she should be calling out RINO and Neo-cons who really were their own sect. Got over half way through the book and then had to stop.

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self centered...

This book reads more like an autobiography than the narrative of 9/11. If you're interested in the story of Susan Lindauer then this is a good book, but otherwise I would pass.

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interesting but needs severe editing

This was an interesting but disturbing book. As well as detailing how the Patriot act was used against the author it documents how psychiatry and drugs are used as weapons in the US "justice system" and prison industry, which was equally disturbing, and surely more pervasive than deployment of the Patriot act.

The amount of redundancy in this book is astounding. It is in need of severe editing. The audiobook format makes that duplication somewhat more tolerable as one doesn't necessarily expect speech to be as refined as a well written book.

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Wow F#@€ing Wow

I I know how she feels! I believe every word in this book and for me that is saying a lot! if you want the truth read this book or at least listen to it! thank you Susan

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  • Georgia Longford
  • 06-11-18

Everyone should know this

Love democracy? This book clearly shows the breakdown of democracy with the use of the 'Pariot Act' in America towards its own people who only want to tell the truth after the 9/11 attacks. Especially Susan Lindauer. An American asset. Her story told in full.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 04-16-19

gripping read, frightening in it's implications<br />

A long listen but it keeps your attention throughout. A great book. A great story.