Dance of A Fallen Monk
- by George Fowler - Contains Mikes favorite spiritual
quote of all time.
Dance of a Fallen Monk
Agents of Deception
- Ward Churchill
The incredible story of the FBI’s COINTELPRO
and the tactics that form the basis of what will done
to destroy a new generation or brave leaders who dare
to speak truth to power.
- Peter Dale Scott
Painstaking and pinpoint research from Berkeley Professor
and conspiracy icon Peter Dale Scott show, in detail,
how aware of and how deeply involved our government
was in the cocaine trade of the 1980s. In terms of
pure research and detail, this book, with its myriad
footnotes, is one of my three favorite reference books
on the subject. Peter is an FTW reader and cherished
Cocaine Politics: Drugs, Armies, and the CIA in Central
- Gary Webb
Gary's 1998 book went farther than any other book
on the subject to date. The major media pooh-poohed
his work but his research won the last laugh. Not
only did Gary begin to document the ways in which
CIA reaches down into local law enforcement, he pulled
the corner on the insidious CIA connections that led
directly into the heart of South Central Los Angeles
and to major corporations in Southern California.
Dark Alliance did for the CIA and drugs what Uncle
Tom's Cabin did for slavery. Gary is an FTW reader.
Dark Alliance: The CIA, the Contras, and the Crack Cocaine
Deep Politics and the
Death of JFK - Peter Dale
One of the best researched and most definitive works
explaining the coup d'etat of 1963. This essential
read links directly to the same financial, business
and intelligence powers we see behind the drug trade
today. More than anything this books begins to open
our understanding of the deepest question of all -
Deep Politics and the Death of JFK
- Rodney Stich
Stich, a crusty, indefatigable old pilot and investigator
who just digs and digs and digs. He prints material
no one else does and he has a huge network of sources.
Rodney's works are useful as references to pinpoint
operation names and the names so many people in the
spook world. A really useful index. Rodney is an FTW
Drug Crazy -
Short, beautifully written, eloquent dissection of
what's really behind the "drug war" and
the insanity and the needless, senseless harm it creates.
From the Oscar winning writer of The China Syndrome
and "Gray Lady Down", Drug War (1998) is
an absolute knockout punch of logic and reason that
shows how indefensible the drug war really is. It
is also one of the most enjoyable and compelling reads
on my shelf. Mike is an FTW reader!
Drug Crazy: How We Got into This Mess and how We Can
- Dan Russell
I thought I knew a lot till I read this book. This
is a paradigm shifter. This is a book that gives the
world a whole new way to understand the cosmology
of drugs, intelligence, shamanism, spirituality, assassination
and war. If I had to pick five books to keep as the
best understanding of the insanity, profit motive,
Wall Street-driving, prison-industry-sustaining, intelligence-agency-protected
system this would be one of them. An absolute must
read for anyone coming from a legal, law enforcement
or academic background. More than 1300 footnotes leave
no stone unturned and a new dimension opened. Dan
is an FTW reader!
Drug War: Covert Money, Power and Policy
- Rodney Stich
The latest effort from Rodney Stich (1999) continues
his research and anecdotal reporting of covert operations
with the stories from many of those who were at the
operational and mid-management field level of CIA
and intelligence agency drug trafficking and covert
Drugging America : A Trojan Horse
- Leonard Horowitz
This Harvard scientist documents the role of the Army
at Fort Detrich, the CIA and major pharmaceutical
companies like the German giant Merck in the creation
of the AIDS virus for genocide and for profit. Horowitz
leaves you no doubt that AIDS was intended to be "ethnospecific."
I found the book to be a very difficult read because
of all the medical and scientific terminology, but
well worth it. You will never look at the so-called
heroes of the war on AIDS the same again. As always,
the lesson is, follow the money!
Emerging Viruses; AIDS and Ebola
- Peter Truell, Larry Gurwin
Breathtaking story of the Bank of Credit and Commerce
International (BCCI). Shows how Democratic powerhouse
and author of the 1947 National Security Act of 1947
- Clark Clifford brought this drug money financed,
oil backed, pyramid scheme into ownership of the largest
bank in Washington, D.C. and how bribes, corruption
and money laundering operations led to the heart of
the CIA. Absolutely destroys the myth that one party
is different from another as both Democrats and none
other than George "W" Bush are tarnished
in its final, gripping chapters. You don't know anything
till you know how the money works. Start here.
False Profits: The inside Story of BCCI, the World's
Most Corrupt Financial Empire
Kiss The Boys Goodbye
- Monika Jensen-Stevenson
This heartbreaking and tragic account by former 60
Minutes Producer Monika Jensen-Stevenson not only
details how our POWs were systematically betrayed
and abandoned, it also brings us face to face with
the same names we know from decades of CIA drug trafficking:
Shackley, Armitage, Clines Childress, Secord, Aderholt,
Bush. They are all here and more. This one should
really be read by every African-American in the country
because they will find their natural allies in the
POW families. One of my favorites. My copy was given
to me by Mrs. Francis Gary Powers in 1992. Monika
is a From The Wilderness reader!
Kiss the Boys Goodbye: How the United States Betrayed
Its Own P. O. W.'S in Vietnam
National Security Law
- Dycus et al
This is a law book, pure and simple. It is thick.
It is "legalesey" but Oh, My Lord how much
it reveals about how this system operates and what
we already have enshrined as law. Proof that what
is legal is not necessarily right. When you read through
the case law and the court decisions and see what
is already on the record in The Supreme Court and
in the Circuit Courts of Appeals you will never be
the same. A must read reference book. Expensive but
well worth it.
Orders to Kill
- William Pepper
The chilling description of the assassination of Dr.
Martin Luther King by the British lawyer who won a
1999 civil suit in Memphis charging conspiracy against
the government. Chilling revelations about the CIA
and the use of Green Berets to kill King. The only
reason this book isn't on the top shelf is because
it just confirmed what many of us already knew. A
must read for assassination buffs. "Doc"
Pepper is not an FTW reader but his legal associate,
Ray Kohlman, who was part of the trial in Memphis
Orders to Kill: The Truth Behind the Murder of Martin
Luther King, Jr.
- Mark Lane
A milestone achievement from one of the first researchers
to burst the Warren commission bubble. One of the
basic primers in assassination research.
Plausible Denial: Was the CIA Involved in the Assassinationa
Secrets of the Temple
- William Greider
A dense but essential read from an accomplished financial
reporter on the inner working of the Federal Reserve.
You really don't know what "The Fed" is
until you read this one. Follow the money. Watch the
Secrets of the Temple: How the Federal Reserve Runs
Shamanism and the Drug
Propaganda - Dan Russell
A much more esoteric book from Dan Russell, but one
which belongs on your shelf, since it's the best book,
in print, on the ancient roots of the drug war. Great
if you're into mysticism and the wisdom of the ancients.
Shamanism and the Drug Propaganda: The Birth of Patriarchy
and the Drug War
- Monika Jensen-Stevenson
Heartbreaking bone crushing tale of the demonization
of POW Bobby Garwood and the tragedy of a Marine officer
ordered to kill him. This book is a blow by blow revelation
of how literally insane the intelligence world and
how the concepts of honor and loyalty do not translate
in intelligence circles.
Spite House: The Last Secret of the War in Vietnam
The Assassination of Robert
F. Kennedy - Turner &
The absolute best work on the assassination of Bobby
Kennedy by my two friends, former FBI agent Bill Turner
and former ABC News, San Francisco Bureau Chief, Jonn
Christian. There's much that needs to be added to
this book - and probably will. But after reading it
you will know that LAPD was connected to CIA and that
it actively covered up the truth that Sirhan did not
kill RFK. Both Bill Turner and Jonn Christian are
avid FTW readers.
The Assassination of Robert F. Kennedy: The Conspiracy
The Emperor Wears No Clothes
- Jack Herer
The truth of the lies about marijuana and the economic
value of industrial hemp. A bright, colorful, vivid
and very "fun" book by "The Emperor
of Hemp" who uses the government's own documents
to bash them over the head. You won't believe how
much a part of American culture the hemp plant has
always been and you'll be shocked at the hundreds
of uses for the plant that the government and the
pharmaceutical and chemical companies don't want you
to know about. Jack Herer is an FTW reader.
Emperor Wears No Clothes: Hemp and the Marijuana Conspiracy
The Franklin Cover-up
- John de Camp
Heartbreaking, nightmarish tale of ritual child abuse,
child molestation, child prostitution and all the
sordid connections to politics, blackmail and corruption.
Written by a lawyer and former Nebraska state Senator.
You will have trouble sleeping for a few nights after
you read this one. And you will never look at Boys
Town the same way again.
The Franklin Cover-up: Child Abuse, Satanism, and Murder
The Mafia, The CIA and
George Bush - Pete Brewton
Award winning journalist does a brilliant job of working
his way through the labyrinthine connections tying
the title characters together. The only thing that
prevents this book from going to the top shelf is
that fact that Brewton failed to reach for the larger
implications of his work and tie them in to the CIA
drug trafficking that dominated this era and still
flourishes today. Nonetheless, no one has topped this
achievement for its detail and depth of research.
The Mafia, CIA and George Bush
The Politics of Heroin
- Alfred McCoy
This is the Bible. Al McCoy is the only man I know
who has been publicly speaking out about CIA and drugs,
longer than I have. First published as The Politics
of Heroin in Southeast Asia in 1972, the book has
been revised and re-titled to take us from the opium
wars of China to the heroin of the Afghani Mujahedeen,
to the cocaine of the Contras. Your research of drugs
in the global economy and throughout history must
begin here. Al McCoy is a Professor of History at
the University of Wisconsin and a regular FTW reader.
Politics of Heroin
The Secret War Against
The Jews - Loftus & Aarons
Any book that contains the quote, "Both Bush
and North actively screened out any member of the
Contra forces who was even suspected of dealing in
drugs," (p 466) is immediately suspect. However,
this is an unbelievable treasure trove of historical
data that explains many very dark corners of the intelligence
world and the hideous history of "anti-Semitism
for profit" in the largest companies in America.
This is not a book for neophytes. No mention of Mike
Harari and convenient pro-Israeli blindness in some
areas. Reading this book is like eating good bonefish,
you have to know how to pick out the small bones.
An incredible index.
The Secret War Against the Jews
The U.S. Intelligence
Community - Richelson
A really, really, really handy encyclopedia, desk
reference of the literally hundreds of agencies and
sub-agencies that make up "The Community".
U.S. Intelligence Community
The War on Freedom -
With pioneering work of his own and building upon
the groundbreaking work of FTW, Nafeez Ahmed has produced
an incredibly researched book that will stand as a
litmus test against the government story of 9-11.
There are many other questions to be addressed, but
"The War on Freedom" has given us one of
the many cornerstones we need to build on as we attempt
to understand our suddenly very dangerous world.
Buy it in our store today!
War on Freedom"
When Corporations Rule
The World - David C. Korten
Absolutely devoid of political rhetoric or ideology,
this masterpiece by a Stanford Ph.D. , former Harvard
Professor and US Agency for International Development
(CIA) and Ford Foundation insider makes the rapacious
and insatiable hunger of an economic system gone made
easy to understand. Globalization, fueled, protected
and driven by WTO, the IMF, the World Bank and corporations
worth more than most countries is as real as the new
world order which is already here, teetering toward
its own inevitable collapse. Scarier because Korten
makes it all so easy to understand.
Corporations Rule The World
White Out -
This brilliant writer, Alex Cockburn (pronounced Co-burn),
compiles a telling anthology of the CIA's role in
trafficking drugs, the government's duplicity in the
war on drugs and the horrible damage it does to innocent
people. Brilliant and vital for its passion and eloquence.
Faulted only because it could have gone further.
Whiteout: The CIA, Drugs and The Press
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