BOOKS WORTH READING
There are many fine books that are read in our high school years. However it would be nice if students had a little more to go on than The Great Gatsby.
Most of what is read in school doesn't force us to think or question the world around us. Most books in school are given to us to read for the sole purpose of regurgitating answers later on a test. As soon as you finish reading Shakespeare most instantly forget what was studied and has no real world application.
Over time the list of books will become longer. These books will hopefully force you to question that which you think you know and create tremendous discussions with those around you.
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1984 - George Orwell
1984, is a dystopian novel published in 1949 by English author Eric Arthur Blair, who went under the pen name of George Orwell.
Today CCTV cameras watch your every move. Online activity including emails are being archived in massive databases. Our computer cameras can be remotely turned on to watch us.
Even our language has changed. Anyone who is a critical thinker and questions the official narrative is labeled a "truther" which is given a bad connotation.
"Orwellian" is so commonly used that it’s now a dictionary-approved adjective.
They Killed Our President - Jesse Ventura
They Killed Our President will not only discuss the most famous of theories, but will also bring to light new and recently discovered information, which together shows that the United States government not only was behind this egregious plot, but took every step to make sure that the truth would not come out.
Where Did The Towers Go? - Dr. Judy Wood
This book is a forensic analysis of what effectively is a crime scene. Ground Zero and the surrounding areas were photographed countless thousands of times, yet no one really assessed all of the phenomena found in these photographs. What is presented in this book is not a theory and it is not speculation. It is evidence. It is the body of empirical evidence that must be explained in order to determine what happened at Ground Zero. Anyone declaring who did what or how they did it before they have determined what was done is merely promoting either speculation or propaganda. My research is not speculation. It is a forensic investigation of what happened to the WTC complex on 9/11
Confessions Of An Economic Hitman - John Perkins
The First Global Revolution
Brave New World - Aldous Huxley
Brave New World is a dystopian noven written in 1931 by English author Aldous Huxley, and published in 1932. Largely set in a futuristic World State of genetically modified citizens and an intelligence-based social hierarchy, the novel anticipates huge scientific development in reproductive technology, sleep-learning, psychological manipulation, and classical conditioning that are combined to make a utopian society that goes challenged only by a single outsider.
War Is A Racket - Smedley Butler
War Is a Racket is a speech and a 1935 short book, by Smedley D. Butler, a retired United States Marine Corps Major General and two-time Medal of Honor recipient. Based on his career military experience, Butler frankly discusses how business interests commercially benefit (including war profiteering) from warfare. He had been appointed commanding officer of the Gendarmerie during the United States occupation of Haiti which lasted from 1915 to 1934.
After Butler retired from the Marine Corps, he made a nationwide tour in the early 1930s giving his speech "War is a Racket". The speech was so well received that he wrote a longer version as a short book published in 1935.
Earths Forbidden Secrets Part One - Searching for the Past - Max Igan
Signs, Messages and Synchronicities - The Journey of a Soul - Erika Maria