Everything They Ever Told Me Was a Lie
by Pat Shannan
It is bad enough that we cannot trust our politicians to tell us the truth – an age-old problem – but when a cooperative news media not only fails to investigate and continues to perpetuate these fabrications, even after the reported facts have long been proven wrong, a whole nation of people winds up totally confused by a corrupted few.
With his latest work, Everything They Ever Told Me was a Lie, investigative reporter and author Pat Shannan shows us examples of myriad goings-on behind the scenes and how nearly every story of importance is carefully crafted into a benefit for the power elite and a detriment to “We the People.”
The corporate news media’s “Investigative Reporting” of today actually amounts to merely discovering and publishing the best words and pictures to most benefit the on-going cover-up of the current problem.
For Shannan, no subject is off limits. In this book Pat takes a look at the mainstream cover stories for some of the biggest events of the 20thcentury and then provides us with the REAL STORY. He examines these top stories and a lot more such as: the censored history of lawful money vs. the FED’s counterfeit legal tender; the unverifiable past of Barack Obama, the actual two Oswalds; George H. W. Bush’s close family connection to the would-be assassin of Ronald Reagan; the inside forces working with OKC bombers; LBJ’s shocking admission of assassination involvement to his mistress; how “they” framed James Earl Ray, Sirhan Sirhan, L. Harvey Oswald (rather than Lee H.) and actually murdered Vince Foster and former NFL football star turned fighting patriot Pat Tillman.
Someone, speaking of the wars of mankind, said a long time ago that “The winners get to write the history.” That being true, those writers win again with each reading by anyone and will continue to win until someone such as Pat Shannan comes along to deracinate the lies and supplant them with truth.
- Pat Shannan, October 2012
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