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Here is one of the first comments on the final edition of my book on 9/11thology (make sure to pay attention to a couple of my own comments added in a form of footnotes - click [1] and [2] respectively):

 

 

My opinion on 'The Third Truth about 9/11'.

 

 

I was given the opportunity to read a 'pre-release' version of Dimitri's book, titled 'The Third Truth about 9/11' about a week prior to the final edition. It came to me through personal mutual acquaintance. I have yet to meet Dimitri and I have no financial interest in his product. This is pretty obvious as he is giving his life's work away for free[1].

 

During the week that I read the book, at a rate of about 200 pages a day, I alternately cursed him and held him in high esteem. The cursing was all about my lost time for other activities. I had a real challenge putting it down and had other obligations that needed to be met. Now a little about the admiration.

 

I am considerably older than Dimitri and have a wealth of life-experience that spans the globe. I also have a well-honed bull-shit detector. Here is what I didn't like about his writings.

 

Dimitri professes to be a Christian[2] and I'm not big on any organized religion. In my opinion it's just another box that one locks one's world view, primarily in an effort to explain the obviously un-explainable. It may be a higher box in some regards, but it's a box. Freedom doesn't have boxes. However, that's just my opinion, and Lord knows I may be quite wrong. Having said that, I don't think his religion has effected his analytic skills and his encyclopedic mind. Maybe it's even contributed to it.

 

At the end of each day of reading, after I got over my frustration of not make money on other projects, I was in total awe at his logic, his knowledge base, his un-hysterical approach and his wealth of supporting evidence. His is not a story of another story, it's a story of 'been there and done that'. I live in S.E. Asia, as does Dimitri, and am familiar with a number of locations he talks about. He's the real thing and his writing is doubly commendable as he is a Russian and not a native English speaker.

 

I've read many Ph.D. theses as editing is what I do for a living. His book is deeper and more authoritative than most of the papers I have edited for Ph.D. candidates. I know he received an education whilst in the Russian army, but his analysis indicates to me he is highly self-educated and skeptical in the best sense of the word. I would attribute his hard nose realism to Russian military training.

 

I'm not going to tell you 'The butler did it', and Dimitri won't tell you that either, but he will take you down a profound and complex rabbit hole in a very understandable and readable manner. He respects his readers intelligence enough to let them draw their own conclusions.

 

Dimitri makes other '9/11 knowledgeable' people look like useful idiots, sometime called 'kites' by the intelligence community. If you have an open mind, Dimitri will open it further, perhaps more that you could imagine. Be prepared to have your kite string cut.

 

Damn good work Dimitri and I look forward to meeting you some day. Via con Dios.

 

My name is Ken and I can be reached at

 

 

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[1] [1] This is a very wrong observation. By no means am I giving my life’s work for ‘free’. I clearly stated in the text of my book that it is NOT free. As any other person who works during his working hours not for free but for cash, I would like to have some reward for my work. I simply stated that it is up to the reader how much he feels this book costs – if he thinks it costs only two dollars – then send me the two dollars, if he thinks it costs five dollars – then send me five, if he thinks it costs 50 dollars – then send me 50. But a couple of bucks is what I expect from EVERY reader of my book. I duly realize that the people in general are greedy and ungrateful and the majority of the ‘grateful’ readers will not pay anyway, definitely finding some pretext/self-justification for not paying in order to salve their conscience. But it does not mean that the book is allegedly ‘free’. It is not. I merely made it free to download – just to make its distribution as wide as possible (Amazon and other similar services would not allow me to do so I guess). This was the matter of courtesy. But for this courtesy of mine I expect the reciprocal courtesy of yours. I am serious. I seriously expect the payment. Here you can find all necessary details regarding the payment for my life’s work.

 

[2] [2] A wrong perception again. For the typical Westerner a term ‘Christian’ is associated with someone who wears an idol in a form of a cross on his neck and who goes every Sunday to a building called ‘church’, meaning that he is a member of a certain pseudo-religious community called ‘church’. I am not a ‘Christian’ in that sense. I do not worship idols and neither do I attribute to them any divine properties. I do not worship a mortal known as Jesus Christ, not to say about worshipping his late mother. I am not a member of any so-called ‘Christian’ church that serves as a kind of spiritual fast-food for the slaves of state (be it the so-called ‘Russian Orthodox’, ‘Catholic’, ‘Protestant’ of any denomination, so-called ‘Jehovah’s witnesses’, or any other) and (partly thanks to my Communist upbringing) I have never been a member of any of them. That is to say that I am not a part-time member of a so-called ‘Christian church’, being simultaneously a full-time Egyptian slave (see the Egyptian pyramid with an eye of Satan on one U.S. dollar bill for your reference).  I am a ‘Christian’ in a sense that I am a full-time follower of Jesus Christ teaching – not a member of any so-called ‘organized religion’, but a free man, a human, a sovereign, who refuses to be an Egyptian slave and prefers to be a slave of God. I am as much against any so-called ‘organized religion’ (especially the one intended to convince the Egyptian slaves that they are supposedly ‘slaves of God’) as Ken is. Though, it does not mean that I am against the God’s Law otherwise known as the ‘Common Law’. I am against the so-called ‘law’ of the slave-owning neo-Egypt. And I believe that this particular makes me a Christian without any quotation marks. I hope I made it clear.


 

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