Conspiracy!: 49 Reasons to Doubt, 50 Reasons to Believe

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  • Title: Conspiracy!: 49 Reasons to Doubt, 50 Reasons to Believe
  • Author: Ian Shircore
  • ISBN: 9781843583776
  • Page: 225
  • Format: Paperback
  • Yesterday s secrets make tomorrow s headlines Conspiracies and cover ups, real or imagined, have shaped our world Now leaked cables and declassified papers are rewriting the history of our times The rush of new evidence from WikiLeaks, Freedom of Information inquiries and declassified archives has solved some classic mysteries Yet it raises questions than everYesterday s secrets make tomorrow s headlines Conspiracies and cover ups, real or imagined, have shaped our world Now leaked cables and declassified papers are rewriting the history of our times The rush of new evidence from WikiLeaks, Freedom of Information inquiries and declassified archives has solved some classic mysteries Yet it raises questions than ever about the assassinations of the 1960s, the dirty little secrets of the late 20th century and the earth shaking events of recent years Once you ve seen what WikiLeaks has revealed about the possibility of a 5th 9 11 hijack squad, on a BA flight heading to London, you ll wonder what else they ve failed to tell you about Once you ve seen the details of Operation Northwoods, the insane plan to fake a terror bombing campaign in Washington and other US cities dreamed up by America s top 4 star generals as a pretext to invade Cuba, you ll wonder what other false flag plots have been put into operation.And once you know the real stories behind the death of Jim Morrison of the Doors, the business links between Google and the CIA, and the notorious Clinton body count rumors, you ll find yourself questioning everything you see in the media.

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    1. Author: Ian ShircorePublished: 02/04/2012I received this book for free through Firstreads competitions. I thought that this was a very intriguing book to read as each of the conspiracies has two points of view one is based on facts that we were told by the press and other parts of their lives that were revealed by either themselves or family memories, the other point of view is based entirely on assumption. I found it very interesting to read other people's views and thoughts on the deaths of m [...]

    2. I received this book as a giveaway and actually finished reading it before going on vacation BUT failed to post my review (sorry Ian.) This book was read mostly aloud amongst my family members as we sat on the back patio enjoying our Florida evenings. Each conspiracy had two views, one based on fact and one based on assumption. It was interesting to see how each of these conspiracies had our family split down the middle as to who believed what. We haven’t had such lively debates since footbal [...]

    3. Ian Shircore lays out some of the world's best conspiracy theories in Conspiracy!: 49 Reasons to Doubt, 50 Reasons to Believe. I really enjoyed reading this book, and gaining some knowledge of the history of the world (since that is a subject that I regrettably did not pay enough attention to in high school or college!) and its leaders. The strongest points of this book lies in the author's presentation of the stories, the facts, the theories based on those facts, and the reasons both to believe [...]

    4. My dad was big into Conspiracies. While he didn't believe every conspiracy out there, he believed a lot. I've always been more skeptical. I enjoyed this book. I think it did a really good job laying out things without being too biased towards conspiracies or towards the lack. Ian Shircore laid out the facts in easy to read, short, chapters. They were a good size and if I had to stop and pick the book up again a few hours later, it never felt like I was 'breaking the story'. If you have ever wond [...]

    5. I won this book is a give away and it is taking me way too long to post a review. Why I'm not quite finished with it I am confident enough write a review. I keep this book on the table next to the couch. Because it deals with so many different conspiracies, it's hard to sit down and just read straight through. However I have loved sitting down and reading through it while I wait for my kids to fall asleep or when I have a few minutes here and there. With what I have read so far, I have actually [...]

    6. Easy book to read, for the author made each conspiracy a chapter. He also included reasons to believe and reasons to doubt. This made for a easy/convenient read when I could pick it up and read a chapter or two at any time without having to remember what was going on. Good book for people into conspiracies to read. I received the book for free through First Reads.

    7. Liked how the author set up the book. Each conspiracy a short chapter with reasons to believe and reasons to doubt. Some I've heard before, while others I hadn't. Learned some new things.

    8. Here's a conspiracy theory for you: many conspiracy books, including this one, are written not to expose the truth but rather to contain it. Even though this is a book about conspiracy theories, it has a "safe" feel to it. Even though the author questions the official explanations of many events, I still get the feeling that he's not giving us the whole story. I got this same feeling when I recently read another conspiracy book, "Conspiracies And Secret Societies: The Complete Dossier". It's ver [...]

    9. I absolutely loved this book, it managed to fulfil all of my conspiracy theory needs! It had the right amount mix of real, questionable theories and downright ridiculous ones to keep you entertained and intrigued throughout. The fact that each theory is only a couple of pages long, but still manages to get all of the necessary information across, is great as well so you're not bogged down with too much reading/information. There's also an abundance of extra information available from the differe [...]

    10. Enjoyable light-reading before bed. 50 famous conspiracy theories are briefly presented, complete with up to date evidence (the majority of which comes from Wikileaks, interestingly). Each case is presented in a fairly non-judgemental way, allowing the reader to make up their own mind (although the most outlandish theories are, perhaps rightfully, dismissed outright).

    11. An okay book on conspiracies, it lists quite a few I hadn't really been aware of (or at least had been aware from a conspiracy standpoint). For most, points are given for both sides of the argument (conspiracy or not). Probably would be a good read for anyone just thinking about diving into the pool, but no new info on any of the biggies.

    12. It's a decent shopping list of conspiracy theories, giving a for and against for each theory. A few conspiracies popped up that I'd never read about before.There are plenty of links to follow in the Kindle edition.All in all a pretty good, easy read and interesting.

    13. Some very interesting bits, some rather scrappy reviews of whats already known and some chapters make you wnat to go off and read more. Worth it for the reviews of Dr David Kelly, Robert Kennedy, Roosevelt's cycnical attitude to Pearl Harbour and various other bits

    14. Having won this book I found it very interesting!!!!!! Its learning to try and tell the truth from fiction!!!! I am so glad to have won this book an interesting read!!!!

    15. Its a very nice book, lovely the way the author made it very easily written and easy to understand. Recommended.

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