JFK-9/11: a deep history of the last 50 years
On November 22nd 1963, American democracy was assassinated in Dallas, Texas, by a demon calling itself National Security, which took possession of its body. Since then, that animated corpse roams the earth, sowing deception and terror everywhere, with only the appearance of humanity. On September 11th, 2001, it was invested by another demon, the Machiavellian soul of a petty state, who now controls its nerve system and its heavily armed limbs. This book is the chronicle of these unfinished dark ages, told in as few words as possible, made accessible to all who care to have their eyes wide open.
JFK-9/11 assembles the most significant and well-documented “deep events” of the last fifty years into a coherent narrative of the “deep history” of the United States and its sphere of influence. The result is both a concise introduction for newcomers (a “deep history for dummies”), and an insightful perspective for informed readers.
Relying strictly on documented evidence and state-of-the-art JFK and 9/11 research, the book cuts through the layers of government and mainstream media lies, to expose the hidden powers at work in the Empire’s underground foreign policy. It documents the role of undercover and paramilitary operations, psychological warfare and disinformation campaigns, and above all false flag terror, in the course of world politics since the beginning of the Cold War, and increasingly since September 11th.
The book is divided in two parts: the first deals with the underlying forces of the Cold War, the second with the driving forces of the War on Terror. The period investigated begins just before November 22, 1963 and peaks on September 11, 2001, the two deep events that weigh most heavily on the unfolding of American and world history. The author highlights their structural similarities, examines how one made the other possible thirty-eight years later, and follows the underlying thread leading from the one to the other, in the hope of anticipating and circumventing future atrocities.
The author: Laurent Guyénot was born in France in 1960. After graduating as an engineer from the École Nationale Supérieure de Techniques Avancées in Paris, he worked in the armament industry in the United States, before turning to the study of religious history and anthropology. He has earned a PhD in Medieval Studies in La Sorbonne, Paris, in 2008, and has since authored several books in French on medieval anthropology. For the last ten years, he has been researching deep history, and has also authored: From Yahweh to Zion: Jealous God, Chosen People, Promised Land … Clash of Civilizations (2018), and “Our God is Your God Too, But He Has Chosen Us”: Essays on Jewish Power (2020).