- Copertina flessibile: 176 pagine
- Editore: Iuniverse Inc (1 giugno 2006)
- Lingua: Inglese
- ISBN-10: 0595393845
- ISBN-13: 978-0595393848
- Peso di spedizione: 272 g
Welcome to the Ussa: Corruption in the Government And Media (Inglese) Copertina flessibile – 1 giu 2006
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Ryan Dawson is an educator in Nara, Japan. Ryan is originally from Cape Hatteras Island, Buxton, North Carolina. He graduated from the college of William & Mary, where he earned a BA in History. He worked for Ralph Nader in the 2004 presidential election, before moving to work in Japan.
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I have read this book fully twice and am now reading a third time, taking notes and researching the authors claims. So far, unfortunately, some of the claims that he is making in this work are easily verifiable through a simple google search. Others are harder to confirm and to be honest, somewhat exhausting to find. The main theme I am finding is that none of his claims are are verified by the MAJOR media outlets in the U.S. They are however supported by independant and foriegn media and sorting the reputable independant outlets from the not so reputable ones is a challenge, but worth it if you are serious about gaining knowledge on current and past events. Some of the claims in this book are not entirely his either, they are the claims of foriegn media outlets who have described the U.S. media as nothing more that a "propganda machine". They cite many events that make news worlwide that are never given mention in the U.S. I think that the latest events surrounding Rupert Murdoch and his global news empire and more specifically FOX NEWS' willingness to distort facts and even manfucature news altogether back up many of these claims.
Overall I feel that the author has done a good job of pulling in seemingly unrelated materials and connecting the dots for people who do not have the knowledge, time or an incentive to do so. But don't take my word for it and don't take the authors, but overall don't dismiss his claims simply because you didn't hear about it on MSNBC, CNN or FOX. It doesn't matter if you buy the book, borrow the book or steal it, just read it, research it and draw your own conclusion. Look, nobody wants anything of this nature to be true but you owe it to yourself to at least find out.
Ryan Dawson gallantly attempts to help people ask questions such as 'what is the truth?' and 'does government really work for The People?'
Whether you agree with his ideas or not, you will be engaged by his passion and spurred on to do your own research about what the truth is and how to protect yourself against the entities that purport to have your best interests at heart but do not.
The book is a precursor for great works to come from this budding writer.