THE MOST REVOLUTIONARY ACT IS TO SEE THINGS AS THEY ARE

14 Jan

Interesting review!

Eléctrica in the Desert

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A Psychiatrist Searches for Sanity in a Crazy World

For OpEdNews: Michael David Morrissey, author of The Transparent Conspiracy

Review of  The  Most  Revolutionary  Act:  Memoir  of  an  American  Refugee

This is a frightening book. Much of it reads like a thriller, but unfortunately it is a true story. Dr. Stuart Jeanne Bramhall, a woman (despite the unusual first name) and a psychiatrist, describes her 15-year long mental, emotional and physical ordeal resulting from her involvement in leftist activist politics in Seattle, Washington.

Beginning in 1986, says Bramhall, “for some unknown reason, some faceless higher-up in one of the eleven federal agencies that spy on American citizens decided I posed a threat to national security,” and from then on she was subjected to phone harassment, wiretaps, break-ins, and even attempts on her life. Since she was never able to prove any of this (and how does one prove it?)…

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