Hungry for Truth by Blair Gadsby. One Man's Struggle to Confront September 11, 2001.
In his typical humanitarian style, Blair has donated the profits from his book sold here to AE911Truth. Thank you yet again, Blair.
This is a personal journey into the world of activism for 9/11 Truth. Questioning the official story of the 9/11 attacks can lead to many other things, not least of which is motivation to speak up about "false flag" terror and the manipulation by governments of their populations to go to war. To a college professor of Religious Studies, seeing Islam portrayed as a religion of violence was spiritually and mentally degrading, not to mention socially destructive. This book discusses one person's awakening to the lies told to us about 9/11 and how they compelled him to activism and a hunger strike against John McCain as he campaigned for President. McCain supplied an endorsing introduction to Popular Mechanics' attempted cover-up of 9/11. (Seems unlikely he read the article, or bothered to do any research on his own.) Gadsby sat for 17 days outside the office of Senator John McCain waiting for an answer about 9/11 issues. He did get them, and the answers may foreshadow how requests for a new 9/11 investigation, conduct foreign policy, and the handling of the Middle East wars, will be handled.