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Crossing the Rubicon- Michael C. Ruppert

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Astounding! Alarming! ... And yet at last, with this -- Mike Ruppert's
beyond-courageous offering -- we gain sight of the whole of
corporate-managed, government-assisted, bank-laundered, drug-funded
plunder. And a jolt to spur our movements to take back the world.
— Chellis Glendinning, PhD, author of Chiva:
A Village Takes on the Global Heroin Trade and Off the Map:
An Expedition Deep into Empire and the Global Economy
Mike Ruppert was one of the first journalists to understand the concept and
importance of Peak Oil. What is more important, he has connected the dots:
he understands the relationships between this historic watershed and the
geopolitical events of our time. Mike still has the instincts of a cop (which
he once was), but the criminals he is tracking these days are no small-time
hoodlums; they are some of the most powerful people on the planet. If you
want to understand the dynamics of the oil-money-drugs-and-war imperial
system in which we are all embedded, start with this book.
— Richard Heinberg, author of The Party's Over and Powerdown
Mike Ruppert represents, from top to bottom, the best tradition of an
independent thinking, open-minded, uncorrupt able, humorous, prudent,
American Cop. After running during his police career into conflicts with the
drug dealing part of the CIA, Mike knows that government information
seldom equals its disinformation. The doubt about the official 9/11 story
brought us together. From the first day after 9/11, I could follow his
scouting into the real world behind government propaganda. I firmly believe
at the end of three years of conducting a really independent investigation,
that Ruppert is not only heading in the right direction, but also touching
the inner sanctum of the hidden government agenda.
— Andreas Von Bulow, former German Cabinet Minister and Parliamentary
Secretary, author of The CIA and September 11
Fasten your thinking caps! Something is clearly terribly wrong at the heart of
American politics. The same is true of the mainstream media. Reporters just
aren't asking enough difficult and dangerous questions. Michael Ruppert has
been asking disconcerting but critical questions for more than two decades, even
when it meant confronting unpleasant truths that challenge the very basis of
industrial society. His unflinching reporting on the facts behind the coming
decline of global petroleum has been an extraordinary service to the world.
Whatever you think of Ruppert's bold hypotheses about the geopolitics of oil,
this provocative book will force you to confront the contradictions of our
increasingly unsustainable global economy.
— Julian Darley, author of High Noon for Natural Gas: The New Energy Crisis,
founder and director of The Post Carbon Institute,
and founder of www.globalpublicmedia.com
I'm proud Mike asked me to appear in his seminal film, The Truth and Lies of
9/11. Mike has traveled and studied the Peak Oil issue with world renowned
experts, and he and I share an abiding shock at the rampant despoilment of our
planet, through fake stoked resource wars that have real consequences in real
lives. Mike has something to say and I'm going to listen.
— US Congresswoman Cynthia McKinney, Georgia
Mike Ruppert's work should be a household item for any American Muslim, Jew
or Christian looking to understand the difference between authentic religious
piety versus the criminality that occupies much of the headlines these days. He
brings this home for every American by exposing the perpetrators here within
our own government, most notably using 9-11 as a paradigm. All folk of religion
must have the courage to expose the agendas that use 'religion' as a guise, be
these agendas in the name of 'Islamic resurgence' or 'Securing the Jewish State.'
Kudos to Mike, one of the last of the true-blooded Americans around.
— Faiz Khan M.D., Triage Emergency Physician on 9-11,
Assistant Imam, New York
In a sector rife with disinformation and ill-informed comment, Michael
Ruppert's work stands out as a conspicuous beacon of valuable well-informed
analysis. His claims are bold and contrarian and have dramatic implications for
the global oil price should the global economy experience a sustained recovery
while Iraqi oil supplies are curtailed. Ruppert believes (with ample
documentation to justify his view) that depletion dynamics will fuel energy
price appreciation more in this cycle than any prior one. If he is anywhere
near correct, as we believe, the oil market will begin an historic cyclical upmove
with a tighter supply demand balance than at any prior cycle. For anyone
wishing to understand the full ramifications of this for the
energy markets and global economy, Ruppert's work is invaluable.
— Marshall Auerback, international portfolio strategist for David W. Tice &
Associates, Inc., and weekly contributor to www.prudentbear.com

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