Crossing the Rubicon

Crossing the Rubicon

The Decline of the American Empire at the End of the Age of Oil

Book - 2004
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The attacks of September 11, 2001 were accomplished through an amazing orchestration of logistics and personnel. Crossing the Rubicon discovers and identifies key suspects --- finding some of them in the highest echelons of American government --- by showing how they acted in concert to guarantee that the attacks produced the desired result. A superbly detailed scrutiny of the events of 9/11, the book also ranges across the terrain of rapidly diminishing hydrocarbon energy supplies, geopolitics, narco-traffic, intelligence and militarism -- without with 9/11 cannot be understood.
Publisher: Gabriola Island, BC : New Society Publishers, 2004
ISBN: 9780865715400
0865715408
Characteristics: 672 p.; 22cm ; cm
Additional Contributors: Austin Fitts, Catherine (foreword)

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terrymccuaig
Aug 12, 2011

Unless you require detailed research about Michael Ruppert, you are better off just viewing the movie Collapse and visiting collapsenet.com. Director Chris Smith summarizes the best of Michael Ruppert's work, whereas Crossing the Rubicon is a rambling, disconnected account that reads like a cop's notebook. Michael Ruppert has given up pursuing the 9/11 conspirators, and now lives on a couple of rural acres with his dog. He is a musician who leads the group New White Trash.

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