Looking at individual pieces of a jigsaw puzzle, it is nearly impossible to tell what they represent.
To do that, you must fit them into the whole puzzle.
A truther trying to explain 9-11 is a lot like trying to explain one piece of a jigsaw puzzle. The listener may respond, “But that doesn’t make any sense. Why would our own government do something like that? After all, we voted them into office.” The truther must then explain how major Presidential candidates are not only pre-selected from behind the scenes, but, once in office, controlled through a powerful “shadow government.”
The listener may then say, “If that’s true, why don’t they tell us about it on the news?” The conversation now shifts to media control — and as it jumps from one tangent to another, becomes disorganized, low in credibility, and frustrating for both parties.
Understanding the jigsaw pieces requires having the whole puzzle to look at. Then each piece makes sense. That’s what Truth Is a Lonely Warrior seeks to achieve — present a full picture and history of the satanic “Establishment,” with its growing monopoly over governments, banking, media and culture, in its quest for world government. As the puzzle pieces fit into place, media-generated lies evaporate, until the jumbled pieces are assembled into one complete and distinct image.
If you are someone who understands the trend of events taking the world downward, but are scoffed at as a “conspiracy theorist,” and feel frustrated in your attempts to persuade others, Truth Is a Lonely Warrior may be the right tool for you. It is available in both Kindle and paperback editions. Click on one of the links and use Amazon’s features to view the book’s description, table of contents, and sample pages. The book can also be purchased through most bookstores.
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