Please vote for Amazon review slamming CIA-da capo Geo Tenet's new bestseller "At the Center of the Storm"

Once again, so-called "revelatory" disinformation by "former" CIA figures hits the best-seller list.

But Amazon gives us a chance to write reviews of such works, and reach large numbers of shoppers with the truth about the CIA and 9/11.

Amazingly, they've just posted my review entitled "Lies, Damned Lies and CIA Revelations" (see first few paragraphs below.)

You can do two things to promote 9/11 Truth here-

- Vote for this review to help keep it on the top page where book browsers will see it. The link is
- Try your hand at posting your own reviews.

(If your review isn't posted right away, try working on it some more. I often spend a couple hours fine-tuning a review so it abides by the rules, gets past the censor, and carries a punch without being too offputting to the unaccustomed reader.)

Well, this one has put quite a few people off.
The 4 to 1 vote against me, and the praise lavished on Tenet's lies by unsuspecting reader-reviewers there, show we still have a lot of waking up to do!

3 of 15 people found the following review helpful:
Lies, Damned Lies and CIA Revelations, May 5, 2007
Reviewer: J. Leonard (Calif) - See all my reviews
Out of one side of his mouth Tenet criticizes the war on Iraq, out of the other, he peddles the fictitious link between Saddam and Al Qaida. Deception pure and simple: Indeed, the first rule about "intelligence agencies" like the CIA is that their primary function is deception.

That the Iraq war was a mistake is not news. What is news in Tenet's book is that the Al-Qaida bogey is far, far more terrible than you imagine. That bit of explosive "intelligence" is the business end of his message - carefully laid to pave the way for another war - for the nuclear 9/11 the neocons seem to be busily getting us ready for.

Tenet's explanation of how the CIA collects data is no news either. What would be news is if a past CIA director would explain how the disinformation factory concocts its data. If an ex-director would tell us (like Von Buelow does, who was the parliamentary oversight for the German secret services), that 95% of their energies go into deception, not information.

But that would be giving away the tale, since "Center of the Storm" itself is a textbook CIA exercise in disinformation....

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