Connie's political lecture is also known as "Who the Evildoers Really Are." Even though her facts are hard-hitting and well-documented, her gentle style is almost therapeutic in opening the listener's mind to the unpleasant truths -- truths which must be grasped if American freedom is to survive.
Her talk presents evidence that the 9/11 attacks are the latest in a long series of operations designed to manipulate the American people into compliance with the "military/industrial complex" agenda -- which President Eisenhower warned against upon leaving office in 1960.
The lecture highlights discrepancies with the official story of 9/11, and provides more than a half-century overview of deliberately engineered provocations to war which have profited and empowered today's leaders, but which have impoverished and reduced the rights of the American people.
Special attention is upon the Project for a New American Century (PNAC), whose members include Dick Cheney, Donald Rumsfeld, Paul Wolfowitz, and Jeb Bush, who signed on years before the 9/11 attacks to a plan which proposed invasion of Iraq and American dominance of the Middle East.
Further evidence is presented that these planners specifically stated they would need "a catastrophic and catalyzing event - like a new Pearl Harbor" - in order to divert American funding and support from domestic programs, to military spending and foreign conquest.
Connie's talk points out that when the attacks on 9/11 occurred, they overrode every multi-billion-dollar, state-of-the-art U.S. defense system, that George W. Bush called it "a new Pearl Harbor," and that Congress quickly allocated 40 billion dollars for conquest plans -- which had already been laid out.
The program concludes with an uplifting vision of a better future, and several minutes of Connie's most peaceful instrumental composition, "Prairie."
This CD production also features a text file to read along with the audio, and provides links to numerous websites so that you can explore the extensive documentation for yourself.