A great book for you doubting Thomas'...
Review of Jesse Ventura's Book
by Daniel Bruno Sanz
I for one have never believed in conspiracy theories but be forewarned: Ventura will knock the wind out of you with a body slam. The straight talking ex-Minnesota governor and gung-ho Navy SEAL has produced an extremely troubling account of recent American history guaranteed to make you ponder the unthinkable.
In clear conversational style free of New World Order quackery, UFO cover-up theories, Flat Earth Society cretinism and Lou Dobb's birther nonsense, Ventura throws a brutally harsh spotlight on the damning inconsistencies with the official line on September 11, TARP, the War on Drugs and the assassinations of the Kennedy brothers and Dr. King, to name a few. But he doesn't stop there. He relates being queried by the Central Intelligence Agency in the basement of the Minnesota Capital upon winning the race for governor in 1999 and creepy occurrences with his wife's computer and telephone.
In facile prose Ventura narrates the untimely deaths of Michael Connel, a Bush and Rove confidante who knew too much about Global Election Systems and the disputed presidential elections of 2000 and 2004, and Gary Webb, the journalist responsible for the CIA cocaine connection expose in the San Jose Mercury News. He laments the government intimidation of journalists like Daniel Estulin and the use of the no-fly list as a tool to harass people who have no connection to terrorism.