posted on Dec, 3 2010 @ 06:17 PM
Sometimes the classics are the best...
1. George Orwell's 1984 (it's amazing how many people haven't read that one)
2. Animal Farm (ok maybe only if you dropped out of secondary school, but still a good read)
3. Brave New World (although I liked it, not as much as the above, it is potentially a more accurate vision, of our long-term, EU-future than 1984
4. The Great European Rip-Off (all about why the EU is corrupt, and how it is leading us towards dictatorship)
5. Terminate With Extreme Prejudice: How assassinations-political murder historically fails far more times than it succeeedes, and how even when it
succeeds, the ways it backfires on the killers are far more numerous than the ways it helps them.
6. Reefer Men: How to smuggle a billion dollar, cargo ship of weed into the US; kinda explains why prohibition doesn't work, and didn't even back in
the 70's, 80's & 90's