From the internationally best selling author of Red Herrings and White Elephants, Pop Goes the Weasel, New World Order and many more;
The events of 9/11 2001 must not be forgotten because the consequences and still revolving around the world today.
The events that took place on September 11, 2001 were the most important of our generation. Possibly the most important of our lifetimes and certainly the since the bombing of Pearl Harbour and the Second World War. But they will definitely not be the Crime of the Century. There is much more to come, although hopefully not in my lifetime.
The event must not be forgotten. It should dominate debate, both public and private. We must reconfigure, adapt, refocus, reprioritise and come together as one, with our allies, to defend our freedoms and liberties.
Wave after wave, generation after generation and each finding new and darker ways of reaching us. We must accept that if the good guys are becoming more and more clever, and advanced, in their ways of protecting us, then the dark side is moving just as cleverly in the other direction.
And never was this more obvious (at the time) than on the morning of September 11, 2001. It was a statement of intent. This is how much respect we have for you. This is how much we hate you.
It was so extraordinary that we have to wonder what on earth we have done, by way of Foreign Policy since the Second World War, to make them hate us that much. So passionately.
The obvious way to try and understand this is to begin with an investigation of the 9/11 attacks and try to find out how a bearded caveman was able to strike at the heart of the world's military superpower.
So find out who really was responsible and why...?