|Title||:||Black Helicopters over America: Strikeforce for the New World Order|
|Number of Pages||:||154|
Black Helicopters over America: Strikeforce for the New World Order Reviews
Published just a few years before seminal conspiracy author Jim Kieth, who died under what some call suspicious circumstances (you know who you are), Black Helicopters Over America catalogs and documents some of the leading conspiracy theories from the 90s that became an integral part of the anti-establishment underground counter-culture.Black Helicopters opens with a six-page API story about covert military attacks on civilians that is revealed at the end to be a completely fictionalized accoun [...]
Black Helicopters Over America seems like the most meritless, paranoid title you've heard me recommend — until you pick the thing up, and realize the book is a documentation of jackass "flyboys" buzzing Mid-America folks with "black budget" Pentagon aircraft and scaring the shit out of them. (The smirks described on the faces of the pilots, in the rare-on-top-of-rare instances when they're visible, is, for me and anyone who knows how these things can happen, a dead giveaway!)More distressing i [...]
Okay, here's the deal. Whether you believe in the out-there government conspiracies surrounding black helicopters and secret agents conducting experiments and clandestine operations on American soil. or not it sure makes for an interesting read to find out what those who do believe such things really do consider to be true. Then, when you investigate what would ultimately happen to author Jim Keith, a topic debated by the black helicopter folks to this day it does make one wonder about the detai [...]
I am giving this 5 stars for a shameless plug since I illustrated the cover of this book! I don't necessarily have much to say about the contents, but it was my first paying "art job".