Crossing the Rubicon has ratings and 55 reviews. Michael Ruppert was fully conscious that 9/11 was aided and abetted by insiders in our government on . Michael Craig Ruppert (February 3, – April 13, ) was an American writer and Ruppert is the author of Crossing The Rubicon: The Decline of the American Empire at the End of the Age of Oil, published in September Crossing. Michael Ruppert page. Crossing the Rubicon – The Decline of the American Empire at the End of the Age of Oil. Authors page. Home Page.
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Though this is an older book published in and not quite current current events, the rampant militarism, full fledged assault on labor and reproductive rights, rolling back of social programs in favor of corporate welfare, and the limiting of the 1st Amendment makes me feel that perhaps portions of this book should have been listened to. That it’s only ‘historical’ or far away?
Crossing the Rubicon: The Decline of the American Empire at the End of the Age of Oil
Tracker of Truth . It is time to move on. Our government is not innocent and it does not have our best interests in mind when they legislate, or simply do whatever they want He served as president of Collapse Network, Inc.
It was far, far, greater than even he imagined. I’m not quite sure that this book is really worth the massive amount of time it took to read o I have to say, I felt like I had to be a member of “The Lone Gunmen” from the X-Files to follow what he heck was going on in Crossing The Rubicon. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Not to be confused with Michael Rupert. But if you want to be challenged, and to critically think, I highly recommend you dive into Crossing the Rubicon with an open mind.
Critic David Corn argued that Ruppert on occasion veered off into making unsubstantiated conspiracy theory claims  and has criticized Ruppert’s methodology, dismissing the idea that conspiracy theorizing is useful: Paperbackpages.
That is, of course, unless and until they perceive that they have nothing left to lose. It’s still a relevant and informational read, minus a handful of chapters. Mucho epic anti-gov’t stuff.
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Open Preview See a Problem? However, including too many explanatory variables in a model increas Whether Michael Ruppert found something or not, he raised very interesting questions that deserve attention. Ruppert was termed a “conspiracy theorist”,      to which he has said he “deals with ‘conspiracy fact’ rather than theory. Mike Ruppert is considered a very dangerous man by the US government because he has been warning people for the better part of the past decade that peak oil is upon us and is coming sooner, rather than later.
Ruppert is the author of Crossing The Rubicon: And it has some interesting ideas. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
Crossing the Rubicon
However, all his sources check out and I’ve converted to conspiracy theorist. An rupper, Chapter 23, of the book can be read online. It’s not as “readable” as some of David Ray Griffin’s work, but the research and reliability of the research is exceptional.
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Crossing the Rubicon
Ruppert has produced both in abundance. Crossong, given enough dots, one can connect any kind of picture one wants. The most I am willing to even humor as a possibility-a very slim one in my head mind you-is that perhaps some among them knew and let them happen-but once again I don’t really even believe that. You know re-affirmation and all that.
Conspiracy theories work much the same way. This, along withwas one of those texts that makes you critically think about the world around you. And when the Taliban threatened to cut thw off, something had to be done. Rupperts rambling style and substation of creds for what was said Leads to a lot of stop and think time.
Crossing the Rubicon discovers and identifies key suspects—finding some of them in the highest echelons of American government—by showing how they acted in concert to guarantee that the attacks produced the desired rbicon. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Mike is soon to be publishing a book based on his experiences and researches called “Crossing the Rubicon: