Monday, January 24, 2011

Book Review: The Hidden Face of Terrorism: The Dark Side of Social Engineering, from Antiquity to September 11 (Collins)

When you're studying at the University, there comes a moment in which you have to write an essay about a certain subject and you better make sure that you know what you write in it. Especially when your essay contains a thesis which is, to say the least, unconformed to the established order.

Paul David Collins wrote an essay about a contemporary subject. As the title already shows, Collins claims how Terrorism is "the dark side of social engineering". And it's like that since very ancient times. But how do you convince a University Professor that it's really like that? That terrorism is in reality a technique used by the power elite to bring about social change?

The answer is in this book. Collins is not only convincing, he proofs without the shadow of a doubt how true the title is.

Even though the subject as well as the contents are kind of heavyweight, it's still not very difficult to read it. Sure, you might have to read a sentence again, but the matters which are discussed deserve that, to say the least.

For "the hidden face of terrorism" should be exposed to everyone so that we know that we're being fooled big-time!

Terrorism turns out to be a mere tool in the hands of the power elite. Through sophisticated manipulation mechanisms known as "problem -> reaction -> solution" they practice "Social Engineering".

"Social Engineering"? Yes. It's also known as "Social Darwinism"...

Groups such as Al Qaida turn out to be nothing less than Intelligence Assets: groups created by people who are on the payroll of the Western Secret Agencies: the CIA and the like.

And everything is hidden in plain view! The knowledge is out there. The Hidden Face Of Terrorism is Hidden In Plain View!

Paul David Collins is definitely not a conspiracy theorist. His research included official government documents with plans to commit terrorism to bring social change. He puts Nero's reason to burn down Rome into the same context as well and together with a lot of other arguments a very convincing argument comes to the surface.

When you are interested in the true motives behind these terrible acts of terror that brutalize the people of the world, be like that university professor.

check out The Hidden Face Of Terrorism and shiver as you realize that you have absolutely nothing to counter the challenging thesis of Paul David Collins' book "The Hidden Face Of Terrorism"


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