The WatchDogs Didn’t Bark by Ray Nowosielski & John Duffy
Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing
Publication Date: August 28, 2018
Hardcover Edition: 328 Pages
Hardcover Edition Price: $25.99 USD
Kindle Edition: 328 Pages
Kindle Edition Price: $24.69 USD
Genre: Nonfiction (Adult), Politics
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With all the controversy surrounding 9/11 and the events leading up to such tragedy. Was it an inside job or was it really just a tragic event that could of been avoided? The authors, Ray Nowosielski and John Duffy discuss in full detail the failure of the CIA and the criminal Intent displayed.
“The Watchdogs didn’t Bark,” is a novel that everyone should read, especially if you were alive when those planes slammed into the “World Trade Centers.” It doesn’t matter if you weren’t in New York, this has been a very serious topic and it is even worse that the CIA knew about them a whole 14 months in advance.
What is the purpose of a system, that makes those who value truth, into enemies of the state and participates in the kind of actions detailed here?
People who should have been held accountable for 9/11, later over the years caused the nation and the world serious problems. In this novel, it’s revealed by Tom Drake,”That his colleagues knew Mihdhar and Hazmi were staying in Bangkok the week before they arrived in the United States.
“Falsehood flies, and truth comes limping after it; so that when come to be undeceiv’d, it is too late, the jest is over, and the tale had it’s effect…” -Jonathan Swift, The Examiner-
“The Watchdogs didn’t bark, is a seriously informative novel that has brought serious insight into everything I do. Things that I didn’t know before, have now become more clear. At the end of the day, several different questions still remain. Why didn’t that information get passed on to the FBI? This is a novel that has been clearly researched and provides clearer insight, into how the CIA and the NSA failed to prevent 9/11 and several other terrorist attacks leading up to that tragic day.
“The purpose of a system, is what it does.”-Stafford Beer-