50 Things Youre Not Supposed To Know  

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Are you being kept in the dark about the world around you?
Do you feel that there are things the government and media won't tell you, but you can't quite put it into words?
This is the book for you.
Written in bite-size chunks, this book presents a number of things not told to the public.
What the world knows as the Ten Commandments are not what Moses brought down from Mt. Sinai on those stone tablets
(read Exodus Chapters 20 and 34).
The police are not legally obligated to protect citizens.
The government can take your house and land, and then sell them to private corporations.
According to the auto industry, 90% of SUV drivers are insecure and selfish.
Almost 90% of American cows contain a cancer-causing microbe called bovine leukaemia virus.
In America, prescription drugs, even when used properly, kill over 100,000 people per year, making it the
fourth leading cause of death. The CIA commits over 100,000 serious crimes yearly.

The US Government vastly overstates the number of terrorism convictions it obtains each year.
In 1961, two atomic bombs were accidentally dropped on North Carolina when their plane disintegrated in midair.
One of the bombs was found; the other is still missing.

The government's own reports show that both bombs had 4 separate arming devices; 3 of them had been activated.
Kent State was not the only, let alone the first, massacre of college students during the Vietnam War.
The tattoo at Auschwitz was originally an IBM code number.
Many of the first feminists, like Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton, were pro-life.
Juries are allowed to judge the law, not just the facts.
According to the Supreme Court, it's legal for a person to ingest any drug, especially if they are an addict.
Last but not least, what were you doing on January 25, 1995? On that day, the world came within minutes of World War III.

This small, but mighty, book easily reaches the level of Wow.
There are references in the back of the book so the reader can do their own investigating.
It's easy to read and very eye opening.

On several different levels, this book is
very highly recommended.


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