Advance Praise for Crossing the Rubicon Astounding! Alarming! And yet at last , with this — Mike Ruppert’s beyond-courageous offering — we gain sight of the. Crossing the Rubicon has ratings and 55 reviews. Jamey Mike Ruppert is considered a very dangerous man by the US government because he has been. The list led Ruppert to publish his first book, ‘s Crossing the Rubicon: The Decline of the American Empire at the End of the Age of Oil.
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Jan 26, Colby rated it really liked it. Ruppert Matthew Simmons Richard C.
Crossing the Rubicon: The Decline of the American Empire at the End of the Age of Oil
Perot called him back to offer encouragement Crossign enjoyable parts for me are times when the situation is completely ridiculous, like the passage that says the board that decides what countries middle eastern need to be controlled or tje more NATO forces implemented in them is financed directly by the middle eastern countries that they are discussing.
The blow-by-blow description, the tick-tock if you will of the days of those who Ruppert has describe, iterate and literate and show the events, brings all that chest pain back crossingg. I will also show that the Israeli and British governments acted as partners with the highest levels of the Mie government to help in the preparation and, very possibly, the actual execution of the attacks.
This is achieved through a combination of sound evidence gathering and valid argumentation. I would definitely recommend this book to someone who was interested about learning more about the secrets that are everywhere in our life, but not to someone who is a far-right Republican supporter, as this book is highly critical of the American Government and many governments for that matter.
And the suggestion was thus, the Taliban when they came into power brought an end to the planting of Opium poppies throughout the country, and Afghanistan is the worlds major supplier of opium. Ruppert was the subject of the documentary film Collapse which was based on his book A Presidential Energy Policy  and received The New York Times’ “critics pick”.
Monday, December 06, Fueling a Profitable Future: However, it includes many key news bits and details long forgotten, and overall is worth looking at. It was published eleven times per year but nike weekly updates online.
The same is true of the mainstream media. LikeI came out of this book with a completely different mindset. Mike still has the instincts of a cop which he once wasbut the criminals he is tracking these days are no small-time hoodlums; they are some of the most powerful people on the planet.
Media Stand Down Denial: At the end, he ties it all together with his summation, which ties together nicely the information that precedes it. Oct 02, Natalie rated it it was amazing. It’s certainly the only coherent argument for why we invaded Afghanistan that I’ve ever heard. The prices of oil did peak after the invasion of Iraq part 2, but have since declined, consumption continues at an unsustainable rate in the US.
Apr 27, Christopher Rex rated it it was amazing. I will also prove conclusively that a number of public officials, at the national and New York City levels, including then-Mayor Rudolph Giuliani, were aware that flight was en route to lower Manhattan for 20 minutes and did nothing to order the evacuation of, or warn the occupants of the South Tower. Michael Ruppert has been asking disconcerting but critical questions for more than two decades, even when it meant confronting unpleasant truths that challenge the very basis of industrial society.
Hundreds of billions of dollars in laundered drug money flow through Wall Street each year from opium mime coca fields maintained by CIA-sponsored warlords and US-backed covert paramilitary violence. His unflinching reporting on the facts behind the rubjcon decline of global petroleum has been an extraordinary service to the world.
What this book talks about, essentially, is that when Peak Oil happens it may have already happened; this book was written 6 years agowe are all screwed.
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Lists with This Book. There rubicin no discussion topics on this book yet. Ruppert is the author of Crossing Rupprrt Rubicon: A month later most of the decision-making power to urppert NORAD fighter jets was taken out of the hands of commanders and remanded to the secretary of defense. War Prayer Peace movements quotes: Paperbackpages. Forget about the grainy captured-from-TV video clips you’ve squinted at on various web sites.
This, along withwas one of those texts that makes you critically think about the world around you. Because the warning was a I’d like to extend my thanks to everyone who has reviewed Crossing The Rubicon, and to everyone who has read the book. In the end, I’m a scientist, and we never prove anything–only disprove something. The price was ultimately too great. I’m not quite sure that this book is really worth the tje amount of time it took to read o I have to rhe, I felt like I had to be a member of “The Lone Gunmen” from the X-Files to follow what he heck was going on in Crossing The Rubicon.
Well this is an epic page tome. The New York Timesin its review of Collapsewrote “the majority of his premises are verifiable, any weakness in his argument lies in inferences so terrifying that reasonable listeners may find themselves taking his advice” and that in it, Ruppert “emerges finally as an authentic human being, sympathetic even when the film that embraces him is not. As for the “end of Oil”, I have found other sources that contend that this is intentional misinformation by the Oil companies of the world to tbe prices high.
I followed Michael’s blog, From the Wilderness, for quite awhile. Fascinating and furious, but frustrating and faulty and in desperate need of a ruthless editor. Mike Ruppert was one of the first journalists to understand the concept and importance of Peak Oil. Most of the major media bought copies of Crossing the Rubicon, but none dared to review the book, not even to attack it.
Here are a couple of exceptions to this rule:. Mike is soon to be publishing a book based on his experiences and researches called “Crossing the Rubicon: It’s still a relevant and informational read, minus a handful of chapters.
In more than sixty stories since he has followed his tested strategy of using only government documents, official statements or verifiable press reports as the basis for his work.
Not without its flaws. An excerpt, Chapter 23, of the book can be read online.