The American Truth is the book by Nick Shelton that explores the controversies of the September 11th attacks.
Nick's latest book, The Angel Letters has just been released on Amazon.com.
The Angel Letters is a series of correspondence between two guardian angels that provide insightful principles on money, sex, time, relationships, eternity, religion, and God. Written in a style made famous by C.S. Lewis in The Screwtape Letters, these 40 heavenly messages allow you to better understand major life issues in order that you can have a life that is like "Heaven on earth."
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Part nonfiction, part novel - The American Truth paints a picture of the “secrets” of 9/11. This page-turner makes you question whether you witnessed one of the most controversial events of all of history.
The fiction section puts the 9/11 controversies into a riveting, action-packed narrative similar to that of the novel The Da Vinci Code. The non-fiction section provides an overview of the 9/11 controversies.
The website serves to:
• provide access to The American Truth before one purchases online;
• allow anyone who has read The American Truth to learn more the ideas and facts presented in the book;
• establish an interactive enviorment where readers can contact with the author or discuss the book with others.
With the media reports of the execution and murder of Osama bin Laden, I thought I would share how Osama bin Laden was portrayed in The American Truth. I figured there would be a lot of people asking "Who was Osama bin Laden?" and "Is there more to Osama bin Laden that we do not know?"
Here is what I wrote in the book. I'd love to hear your feedback on your thoughts on Osama bin Laden.
[Taken from chapter 19 and written from the perspective of someone with inside knowledge of the September 11th attacks.]
"Who was Osama bin Laden? Good question." Daniel wrote
"He was not at all behind 9/11. Contrary to what is reported in the media, the U.S. actually has a good relationship with al-Qaeda. The U.S. has been secretly funding al-Qaeda operations for decades.
It is true that al-Qaeda is behind many of the world’s major terrorist attacks. The U.S. does not support these terrorist attacks, but by giving al-Qaeda money, al-Qaeda does not to attack the U.S. (“Don’t bite the hand that feeds you” philosophy).
Bin Laden and al-Qaeda were actually the perfect group to blame for 9/11. They were in the Middle East (makes PNAC happy by going to war there), plus they were Muslims who were already guilty of heinous crimes. Since the vast majority of Americans are Christians, having radical Muslims kill our innocent citizens was the ultimate act of hatred.
From movies and television, Americans have learned that there is always a “bad guy.” The U.S. government knows this psychological fact, and they made sure that the “bad guy” from 9/11 was the most heinous evil-villain that they could find. Osama bin Laden was the perfect character for the part.