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This covers the period 2011 to 2015, and starts by taking stock of the situation at the start of the new millennium. Then examines how the banking system actually works, followed by the 14-year war on terror – in terms of its results.
Not only have the numbers of terrorists increased a hundred-fold, US-NATO policies have created new, far more blood-thirsty terrorists. While the Pentagon’s full spectrum dominance agenda has been encircling Russia with US-NATO bases and regime changes, ensuring its greatest past enemy remain its greatest future reason for ever-expanding military budgets. While the Ebola fever epidemic in West Africa in 2014-15 starkly contrasted the opposing perspectives of bombs and bullets and Cuban international medical diplomacy.
Synthesis is the story of five escapees from US Guantanamo in Oct. 2004 that unravels through to June, 2017. Over half of the book is the escapees’ unfolding adventure story under Cuban jurisdiction and the various international repercussions that follow. The second half exposes the connections between the war on terror, the 2008 banking crash, the military-industrial complex, and US-NATO regime change policies. All driven by a 40-year neoliberal agenda transferring wealth and power from ordinary people to the top 1%, and corporations. This is an epic-sized book (202k + 67k in Refs), which is set out in Five Volumes.
Synthesis is bold and provocative. It will inform and enlighten the reader to question everything they’re told, and encourage them to think for themselves. The book mostly uses plain language (some very strong language), and there are two different endings to the five escapees’ story, as well as a third overall ending to the entire big picture story.