Everything You Know is Wrong: The Disinformation Guide to Secrets and Lies
Disinformation Company, 2002 - Education - 346 pages
This book begins where You Are Being Lied To left off. Once again, an amazing group of investigative journalists, researchers, insiders, dissidents, and academics peels back consensus reality and shows us what's really happening. Hard, documented evidence on the most powerful institutions and controversial topics in the world. Among the revelations:
• Antidepressants trash your brain.
Plus previously unpublished revelations about the International Monetary Fund, the Vatican Bank, the Olympic Games, Henry Lee Lucas, the drug war in South America, unpublicized accidents at nuclear power plants, and much more. Includes reproductions of rare documents and photos, including an unpublished eyewitness sketch of a mysterious third gunman at Columbine.
Among the 50+ contributors: Naomi Klein • Douglas Rushkoff • Arianna Huffington • Howard Zinn • Paul Krassner • Gary Webb • Howard Bloom • Noreena Hertz • Alexander Cockburn • Thomas Szasz • William Blum • James Ridgeway • Kalle Lasn • Wendy McElroy
Disinformation Books editor Russ Kick has previously written two popular alternative reference books: Outposts and Psychotropedia. The Disinformation Company operates the most popular counterculture and alternative news site on the Web, Disinformation (www.disinfo.com).
You Are Being Lied To
TP $19.95, 0-9664100-7-6 • CUSA
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Review: Everything You Know is Wrong: The Disinformation Guide to Secrets and LiesUser Review - Sin_dee - Goodreads
Data backed up with truth. Great reading... You can choose the topics you like to read and you don't have to read this book from cover to cover. Although if you are really interested in the topics you probably will read it from beginning to end and then research some more.... Read full review
Review: Everything You Know is Wrong: The Disinformation Guide to Secrets and LiesUser Review - Meaghan - Goodreads
very dry, not as funny as i was expecting. there were some really interesting articles and some kinda boring ones. Read full review