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. The Decline of the American Empire at the End of the Age of Oil by Michael Ruppert. best book for the how and why of 9/ related page. Michael Craig Ruppert (February 3, – April 13, ) was an American writer and Ruppert is the author of Crossing The Rubicon: The Decline of the American Empire at the End of the Age of Oil, published in September Crossing.

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Book Review: Crossing The Rubicon

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On the other hand as much as I despise-absolutely despise the Bush dynasty, Cheney, Rice, Rumsfeld, Ashcroft, Rove and the rest of the Neo-Con hit parade I cannot believe that any of them helped plan, much less orchestrate the September 11th attacks.

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It’s a huge book, and considering i’m in school it’s been tough to really get involved in it, but i’m giving it all i’ve got Menu Resilience Building a world of resilient communities. Peak Energy in US: Beginning inhe made discoveries that led him to believe that he had stumbled onto a large network of narcotics traffickers and that the US military as well as the LAPD might be involved.


Sadly, the world really did lose a great warrior of the truth when author Michael C. Mar 07, Szplug rated it it was ok. An important read — and more realistic and believable than I would hope things are.

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Should be required reading at universities and at West Point, Annapolis, and for aspiring journalists. Some legit questions as pertains to oil but a little out there on some other conclusions.

Several cases against terrorists who probably did have something to do with the attacks, have been cut loose by other governments because the U. At no point ruuppert Ruppert’s use of Vreeland depend on the latter’s personal credibility.

But if you want to be challenged, and to critically think, I highly recommend you dive into Crossing the Rubicon with an open mind.

Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals. Ruppert correctly predicted the financial crisis in the US three years before it happened. In other words, he cares, he really cares. Whatever you think of Ruppert’s bold hypotheses about the geopolitics of oil, this provocative book will force you to confront euppert contradictions of our increasingly unsustainable global economy.

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Other points, such as our bleak future due to peak oil, are spot on. The attacks of September 11,were accomplished through an amazing orchestration of logistics and personnel.

Tracker of Truth [1]. Jun 26, Roger Tribble rated it it was amazing. I think that a person already fully on board with the “Life Sucks and Then You Die” philosophy will really enjoy this. A monster of a book a little over pages. His work was selfless, prolific, and dedicated. America’s global dominance depends on a continually turning mill of guns, drugs, oil and money.


This book has changed the way I see our government. Books by Michael C. But it was an incredible read. I firmly believe at the end of three years of conducting a really independent investigation, that Ruppert is not only heading in the right direction, but also touching the inner sanctum of the hidden government agenda.

An investigative journalist is ready to publish when they feel they have accumulated the facts needed to present their cfossing. I think he believes what he says. In Crossing the Rubicon you will read an excruciatingly detailed account of how Wall Street yes, the biggest banks are knowingly laundering a trillion dubicon a year in dirty drug money for the CIA.

In crosskng tothe book covers the CIA’s involvment in the drug trade, and a nice piece about a little known software program called “Promise”.

He is a regular guest on talk radio shows at major stations throughout the country. 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 again.