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By Jesse Ventura Dick Russell | Comments: ( 261 ) | Date: ( Dec 06, 2019 )

The official spin on numerous government programs is flat out bullshit, according to Jesse Ventura In this incredible collection of actual government documents, Ventura, the ultimate non partisan truth seeker, proves it beyond any doubt He and Dick Russell walk readers through 63 of the most incriminating programs to reveal what really happens behind the closed doors IThe official spin on numerous government programs is flat out bullshit, according to Jesse Ventura In this incredible collection of actual government documents, Ventura, the ultimate non partisan truth seeker, proves it beyond any doubt He and Dick Russell walk readers through 63 of the most incriminating programs to reveal what really happens behind the closed doors In addition to providing original government data, Ventura discusses what it really means and how regular Americans can stop criminal behavior at the top levels of government and in the media Among the cases discussed The CIA s top secret program to control human behavior Operation Northwoods the military plan to hijack airplanes and blame it on Cuban terrorists The discovery of a secret Afghan archive information that never left the boardroom Potentially deadly healthcare cover ups, including a dengue fever outbreak What the Department of Defense knows about our food supply but is keeping mum Although these documents are now in the public domain, the powers that be would just as soon they stay under wraps Ventura s research and commentary sheds new light on what they re not telling you and why it matters.


  • Title: 63 Documents the Government Doesn't Want You to Read
  • Author: Jesse Ventura Dick Russell
  • ISBN: 9781616082260
  • Page: 459
  • Format: Hardcover

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Jesse Ventura Dick Russell

Jesse Ventura is an American politician, actor, author, veteran, and former professional wrestler who served as the 38th Governor of Minnesota from 1999 to 2003.Ventura served as a U.S Navy Underwater Demolition Team member during the Vietnam War He had a long tenure in the World Wrestling Federation, and was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2004.In 1951, James George Janos, later known as Jesse The Body Ventura, was born in Minneapolis to George and Bernice Janos Janos joined the U.S Navy and spent time in the Vietnam War He was briefly a bodyguard for the Rolling Stones Janos developed a rigorous workout routine, and his newly muscular physique attracted the attention of famous Midwest wrestling promoter Bob Geigel He began wrestling professionally in the mid 1970s and changed his name to the one that made him famous, Jesse The Body Ventura He continued wrestling in the national spotlight until 1984, when emergency hospitalization due to blood clots in his lungs made him miss a title match against Hulk Hogan, and ended his professional wrestling career He spent the next five years as a wrestling commentator for various television and radio programs He acted in a handful of films, including several Arnold Schwarzenegger movies Predator 1987 , The Running Man 1987 and Batman Robin 1997 In 1990, Ventura ran against and defeated the 18 year incumbent mayor of Brooklyn Park, Minn serving until 1995 He campaigned for governor as a third party candidate, and was one of the pioneering politicians who reached out to new voters via the Internet He was elected as Minnesota governor in 1998, and proved to be a progressive politician, strongly backing gay rights, abortion rights, funding higher education, third party politics, mass transit, property tax reform and opening trade relations with Cuba Ventura Decided not to run for reelection because he wanted his family to regain their privacy.The Freedom From Religion Foundation awarded the former governor the 1999 Emperor Has No Clothes Award for his plain speaking on religion and, as governor, for rejecting proposals to entangle state and church, including refusing to proclaim for Minnesota a Day of Prayer As governor, Ventura vetoed a bill that would have required students to recite the Pledge of Allegiance in public schools Ventura, on refusing to sign a National Day of Prayer in 1999, said I believe in the separation of church and state We all have our own religious beliefs There are people out there who are atheists, who don t believe at all They are all citizens of Minnesota and I have to respect that Minnesota Independent, Despite court decision, National Day of Prayer will endure in Minnesota, by Andy Birkey, April 20, 2010 In his 2009 book Don t Start the Revolution Without Me co authored with Dick Russell , Ventura writes I was the only governor of all fifty who would not declare a National Day of Prayer I took a lot of heat for that, and my response was very simple Why do people need the government to tell them to pray Pray all you want Pray fifty times a day if you desire, it s not my business If I declare National Day of Prayer, then I ve got to declare National No Prayer Day for the atheists They are American citizens too p 58 For me, the lines between church and state seem to become blurred by the day The First Amendment protects freedom of speech, thought and religion Nowhere is it mandated that we re the Christian States of America That s made us, I think, a stronger and democratic nation It s abundantly clear that our Founding Fathers wanted to prevent our government from establishing a national church p 59.More enpedia wiki Jesse_Vedb name nm0001818



Comments 63 Documents the Government Doesn't Want You to Read

  • Don

    Ventura could had no doubt listed more than likely many more than just the 63 documents within this book.Amazing the evilness behind closed doors in Washington: be it the Pentagon or the White House.Rumsfeld, Cheney, and Baby Bush have made billions of dollars for themselves and their friends and I do feel they knew about 9/11 before it occurred. The most horrible documents is the tale of massive Stock purchasing that went on in the days leading up to the Twin Tower impacts. The 9/11 investigati [...]


  • Mason

    This is one of the most conclusive anti-government books I have ever read. That's because it's not a book of someone's opinion, it's a book filled with actual documents and some opinion to go with it. The documents cover many things, like the 2000 Florida vote crisis, the Gulf of Tonkin incident (or lack thereof), the CIA's assassination manual, the experiments we ran on our own troops in Iraq, the blind eye we have to genocide when we can't gain anything from it, the war on terror, and what rea [...]


  • Spike

    DIdn't actually finish it, I'll go back someday. I can't take it all in at once, moving on for now.If you're into scrutinizing actual documents that will make your head spin over the US government's most controversial decisions from the past century, this book is for you. If want more of a narrative, other books would be better.One quote that caught my eye though: "I'd rather face the terrists everyday than give up any of my freedoms." Compelling stuff.


  • Michael

    Great book. Lots of revealing information about our government that you'd have no idea was happening behind the scenes if not for this book.


  • Michael

    Interesting collection of government documents that deal with the many unethical actions continually perpetrated by elected officials, the military, and intelligence agencies.


  • Thiago S.

    63 doc é um livro que garimpei por semanas pois achei sua premissa interessante: o autor, Jesse Ventura, é ex-governador de Minnesota, esteve no Vietnã, foi lutador de WWE maneira louvável , se mostrando um "verdadeiro patriota" se voltou (pelo menos aparentemente) contra as mentiras do governo norte-americano e lançou a obra com 63 (em homenagem a JFK, assassinado em 1963, muito provavelmente pela CIA) documentos "sensiveis" que, mesmo estando disponiveis na internet, não são tao conheci [...]


  • Ash Ryan

    Unlike in his previous book, American Conspiracies, this time around Ventura actually provides documentation in support of his conspiracy theories. Unfortunately, in most cases his conclusions simply don't follow from the documents he presents, and in some cases are outright contradicted by them.[return][return]Also, some of the documents that he seems to think are the most shocking and to which he devotes a lot of space are really pretty tame, unless you're incredibly naive I guessr instance, h [...]


  • John Mabbs

    Another typically excellent book from Jesse Ventura and Dick Russell.The declassified documents from the Joint Chiefs of Staff regarding Operation Northwoods in 1962 make compelling and disturbing reading. That plans were laid out to deliberately and falsely accuse Cuba of having attacked US cities, sunk ships in Guantanomo Bay, lobbed mortar rounds into the base, exploded a drone aircraft over international waters, filed fake casualty figures that a helpful media would publish in order to arous [...]


  • Tim

    The book was full of a lot of interesting information. I just wish there was more pages of what he had to say about the documents. Also some of the documents were really hard to see so I had to skip them.


  • Laura L White

    Total waste of time.


  • Brad

    Sometimes you know what you're going to get when you begin a book. Sometimes you're pleasantly surprised. Then there are times when you wonder why you wasted your time. This effort from Jesse Ventura settles into the first two categories for the most part, with only a smattering of the third. Many of the 63 documents result in interesting reads all on their own, independent of Ventura's commentary. The former governor's stance on nearly every issue is well known to those who pay attention to suc [...]


  • Joshua

    This is a review of the Kindle addition.Aaagghhhhhhhhhhhh!!!This is all I can yell in my head as I read this book. There are too many $pelling and grannnnar error$ to mention. It is absolutely infuriating to try and read when there'$ hardly a sentence without an 0bviou$ mi$take. This is a bo0k from a big name author and pre$unnably a book by an even bigger name publisher, thus I expect more. (I'm begiming to think that an eighth grader could have put together a more coherent read. I'm beginning [...]


  • Angel

    I gave it the two stars because overall, the book was just ok. It was not bad, just ok. For me at least, some of the material were things I had encountered in other readings. The other reason for the lower rating is that some of the document scans are a bit difficult to read. His commentary on the documents are the best part of the book. You can overall scan the documents as you see fit. Having said that, I think this is a book more people should be reading, especially people who may not be as w [...]


  • Paul Belanger

    This book follows on the coattails of "American Conspiracies." While some of the documents were interesting to read, and shocking, many were completely unreadable to my tired eyes. Eventually I began either skimming or just skipping them. The most interesting part was Mr Ventura's commentary on the documents. The format in "American Conspiracies" was much better, in my opinion. I wish he had done the same thing here.Growing up I had always heard, "If you don't vote, you don't have the right to c [...]


  • Kelly

    OK,wow just doesn't begin to cover it and what the @#%$ doesn't even begin to release the emotions.This book made my eyes bulge, my heart hurt, and my head shake in disbelief and hang in shame.I'm one of those people that takes most conspiracy theories with a grain of saltlook at the leaves the forest seems huge, but step back ten paces and its really two trees growing closely. This book provides the info and lets you come to your own conclusions. My conclusion: Our government is a back-door bal [...]


  • Todd Russell

    I enjoyed the short intros to each of the 63 documents by Jesse Ventura but was unable to read any of the 63 documents on my e-reader because I was prohibited from zooming in. This is like selling cotton candy made out of plastic.In some cases links were provided to the documents on the web, but in most were not. This ruined the reading experience because I couldn't continue on and read the actual document being written about. At the very least the documents could have been transcribed for the e [...]


  • George Richard

    The book was fine, lots of interesting "secrets" but the formating for Kindle/smartphone sucks. The paperback must be better but stay away from the electronic version.


  • Gabe Hawkins

    This book is “American Conspiracies” all over again, but with some added context courtesy of allegedly official government documents. Once again, credit where it’s due, some of the documents are interesting. But the conclusions that Ventura develops are a quantum leap at their most rational. The whole time I was reading this, it felt like Ventura just badly wanted the government to be behind everything from 9/11 to the Twinkie debacle from a few years ago. The target audience for the book [...]


  • Scott Lupo

    Gotta' love Jesse. His previous book, American Conspiracies, had a lot more Jesse commentary on each subject. This book is mainly the actual documents that back up his commentary. I have to give him credit for doing his research and sifting through the immense amount of data out there. If you have never been to WikiLeaks you should check it out. It's not easy going through tens of thousands of documents. While Jesse may go overboard or exaggerate at times, he really does bring the dark, underbel [...]


  • Mark Geise

    This was basically what I expected, but I expected it to have more commentary from Jesse. It is basically 63 scanned documents from government archives and outside sources divided up into five parts: Our Scandalous Postwar History; Government, Military, and Corporate Secrets; Shady White Houses; 9/11; and The War on Terror. I think he did a good job choosing relevant and eye-opening documents. However, I like to follow these types of things on a regular basis, so I had already read excerpts or s [...]


  • Peter

    Parts of our government are self sufficient paranoids planning for things they have no business in ( what is a civilian prison camp?). Less conspiracy and more documentation of our governments over reach. This shouldn't be a big surprise to anyone. My favorite part is his defense of wiki leaks. This is the only current material the rest is mostly declassified documents showing ridiculous thought patters of decade old politicians. It requires the reader to connect the dots to infer modern day rel [...]


  • Kirsten

    "Behind the ostensible government sits enthroned an invisible government owing no allegiance and acknowledging no responsibility to the people. To destroy this invisible government, to befoul this unholy alliance between corrupt business and corrupt politics is the first task of statesmanship."-- Teddy RooseveltFormer Governor Jesse Ventura is getting to be the go-to guy for conspiracies in this country. Not the crazy conspiracies of guys wearing tinfoil hats or Tea Party birthers. No, he presen [...]


  • Bob

    Some of this just plain baffled me. It sure got me pissed off at our government, but why should that bother me? I think everything is a conspiracy. That's my theory. If you want a conspiracy theory take on global warming you should check out the documentary film "Cool It" on DVD. So, what else is new? Look at it this way. Since the dawn of civilization for governments, corporate leaders, religious hierarchies, and military top brass, etc. lying has often been the best way to get what they want [...]


  • TJ Shelby

    I had things I really liked and disliked about this book. Ventura uses documents that have been released via the Freedom of Information Act to create a book of conspiracy topics. In truth, I would much prefer to have read an entire book on each of the 63 documents written by an actual investigative journalist.The most intriguing part of this book were the brief commentaries Ventura gave before each of his photocopied documents. However, they were brief and sometimes, easily flawed. All this bein [...]


  • Brian

    I'm not a big fan of Jesse's tv show because you normally can't get hard evidence or a true source. Though, Jesse's books are a lot better. Why? Because he normally provides you with sources so that you yourself can look into it and make up your own mind. This book is literally direct proofs for what he says. Some things are disturbing, some are over glorified, some make you question what is really going on that you a don't know. Can't argue with direct sources. Should be handed out in high scho [...]


  • Gwen

    I have always found myself interested in wikileaks documents, but this book wasn't what I was hoping for. I wanted a selection of important documents that I could read and form my own conclusions about, not read an author's rather forceful views that seem bent on stirring up trouble instead of contemplative thought. Many of the documents he was outraged at I couldn't bring myself to much incredulity towards. Instead, I found his opinions overbearing and distracting from my own reading of the ori [...]


  • Becky

    Excellent look at how crooked our government really is. Has the actual photocopied real documents and links to where you can look at them yourself. Obviously they aren't made up. My favorites were the docs on JFK, and operation northwoods. There is also some that show how we also gave safe harbor to nazi war criminals after world war 2 in exchange for the technologies they gained through experimentation. Definitely an eye opener. I always knew the government was corrupt but this is plain scary.


  • Robert Risher

    I had a difficult time rating this one, but when it comes down to fulling its purpose, the book is spot-on. It's extremely thought provoking, it provides incredible reference material, and the author's opinion is kept to a minimum in favor of the presentation of actual government documents. I've already begun researching for myself the material within, which is the exact aim the author had in mind. Based on that, I have to give it 5 stars. If you have any concern over the current state of govern [...]


  • Stephen Morgan-MacKay

    I consider myself to be an admirer of Ventura's investigative analyses, but this book is more of a compilation of documents and less of his opinions and commentaries on those documents. I was really annoyed with the fact that this book reads TERRIBLY on my Kindle as the documents are almost impossible to read with the option to zoom in. Overall, I found this book to be disappointing in that Ventura could have brought some relatively new information to the table and, just maybe, connected the dot [...]


  • Lisa

    I was hoping to like this book a little more because I really like Jesse Ventura. I just wasn't in the mood to read all the government documents so I pretty much just read his summaries. I also wasn't surprised by what I read. I believe the government is corrupt, that people within the government do bad things, that the government thinks money is more important than people, and that government/spy/assassin movies have some truth to them. I'd recommend this book to people who are into politics an [...]


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