63 Documents The Government Doesn’t Want You To Read – Jesse Ventura – REVIEW

The New York Times best selling author delves beyond mere theory in his intriguing book, 63 Documents the Government Doesn’t Want You to Read. The book provides a great deal of insight into the proof behind numerous government cover-up theories. The documents featured are all within the public domain, but this book presents them in a categorized and easy to understand way for all reading levels.

From events leading up to the 9/11 tragedy to documents proving our nation’s commercial food supplies contain harmful chemicals, this book will educate novice theorists as well as experienced researchers interested in government activities. Do you want to know about our government’s views on soldier experiments? What about their view of climate change as a threat to national security? This
and much more is covered within this intriguing book.

Jesse Ventura has shown his dedication to spreading truth in his popular TV series Conspiracy Theory and continues to do so with 63 Documents The Government Doesn’t Want You To Read. 100% Real and factual documents that show government policies and plans for the future are in this book. In typical Jesse Ventura fashion, he goes past mere theory and leaves readers with evidence that is far beyond a reasonable doubt.

Whether you’re an experienced conspiracy theorist, a political activist or just a reader who likes to stay informed, 63 Documents The Government Doesn’t Want You To Read offers information that you are likely to find interesting, profound, disturbing and very upsetting. For those readers interested in knowing the truth behind many popular cover-up theories and government practices, this book is highly recommended.

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