Phil Kraske. 11/9 and the Terrorist Who Loved Bonzai Trees – ITEL PT – 7.25.19
Phil Kraske, author of “11/9 and the Terrorist Who Loved Bonzai Trees” made a guest appearance to discuss his latest novel of the same name. Phil hails from the Midwest (USA) but has lived as an expat in Spain since 1985. He discussed life as an expatriate, viewing the United States from both a citizen and expatriate perspective, the changing image of the United States within Spain and greater Europe.
The truth is, we live in a “post truth world”. The established media has largely been reduced to being a tool of cheap propagandists that delivers, whether via the electronic or print media, a fusillade of fake news all intended to obfuscate, lie, and deceive.
MindWar. The bringing into reality certain “truths” that, if they do not exist, shall exist through the force and might of the established media power structure. The effectiveness of this MindWar is mind numbing to the vast numbers of people who have not a clue that reality is crafted, tailored to suit their pallets and tastes.
The media plays its role as the hidden power structures move their chess pieces from one event to the other in insane attempts to plunge the world into war. We in the West have suffered over a century of this insanity, and it persists and is as pernicious as ever.
For the novice (the newbie), 11/9 and the Terrorist Who Loved Bonzai Trees provides a fictitious primer into just how it all can be so easily done.
Writing in The Vermont Independent, Jim Hogue, a self described “citizen activist”, writes,
The novel is also a romp through the minds of the those who make the decisions and who make Congress, the president, the judiciary, and the media fall in line. And it’s not difficult to make them fall in line, given their penchants for self-promotion and war, and their sure knowledge that war and destruction are the method and the solution. Mr. Kraske exposes how it’s done, and, without a preaching word, rips into the idiot liberal notion that, for those in power, a disastrous, imperial, long drawn-out war is a mistake.
We live in a world of false flags carried out by entities hiding behind masks of barely believable.
You can hear Phil’s personal interest discussion as to what it is like to live as an expat, Spanish views on immigration, and European sentiments towards the decaying American empire in this appearance of Inside the Eye – Live! Prime Time!
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