And I Suppose We Didn't Go to the Moon, Either? : The Beatles, the Holocaust, and Other Mass Illusions
Unlike the government, none of us have any reason to lie. Some might say, "This may be the most dangerous book in the world!" And they just might be right! This book demonstrates--with scientific argument and empirical proof--that Man did not go to the Moon, that Paul McCartney was replaced after his death in 1966 and that the official narrative of the Holocaust cannot be sustained. It also explains how and why the United States hung one of his doubles, not the real Saddam Hussein, and that Osama bin Laden was not killed by U.S. Navy SEALs in Pakistan in 2011, but died from his medical conditions in 2001, where it was politically expedient for him to die a second time.
- Paperback | 370 pages
- 156 x 230 x 30mm | 419.99g
- 15 May 2015
- United States
- black & white illustrations
About Jim Fetzer
The contributors include Jay Weidner, Nicholas Kollerstrom, Ph.D., Yvonne Wachter, Robert Faurisson, Ph.D., Jim Marrs, Mike Palecek, Thomas Dalton, Ph.D., James A. Larson, Jim Fetzer, Ph.D., Winston Wu, Zen Gardner, and Sterling Harwood, J.D., Ph.D. The essays have been edited by Jim Fetzer, Ph.D., a former Marine Corps officer and Distinguished McKnight Professor Emeritus at the University of Minnesota Duluth, and by Mike Palecek, who has committed his life to the search for truth and justice. If you care about either, then don't miss this book.