November 5, 2013

Newest SOFREP E-Book: The Syria Report

The dark arts of clandestine activities and covert operations are rarely, if ever, known to the public until long after the fact. Operations that eventually become publicly available can teach us invaluable lessons, lessons of yesterday teaching us about today. SOFREP’s newest E-Book, The Syria Report: The West’s Destruction of Syria to Gain Control over Iran, does just that.

Syria Report

The Syria Report: The West’s Destruction of Syria to Gain Control over Iran is a history book unlike many that simply tell us about the past. This is a history book that sparks debate and leaves readers wondering about the world we live in today and why so much chaos surrounds us—especially the chaos we find throughout the Middle East.

For too long we have heard politicians and media pundits incorporate specific terminology in their talking points simply to condition the masses. This social conditioning oftentimes serves as a tool allowing the public to embrace key government activities—activities controversial in nature and arguably immoral.

Terms like “anti-Communist,” “anti-Russia,” pro-Democracy,” etc., have all been used time and time again, but has the US truly operated abroad to enable or promote such initiatives based on these or similar terms? What terms will be used in the future to promote the next war?

How long do we need to hear about Iran being “only six months away from developing nuclear weapons?” How credible is it to use the most recent chemical attacks in Syria as an excuse to threaten US military intervention? Do we really even care about Syria and its recent chemical weapon disaster, or is there something more to the equation that we have not been told?

In SOFREP’s newest publishing adventure, The Syria Report: The West’s Destruction of Syria to Gain Control over Iran, case studies will be identified through an array of sources ranging from traditional media, national security archives, and declassified documents creating an argument and leaving readers wondering about the truth when it comes to Syria.

This latest e-book will identify questionable US involvement abroad, ranging from assassinations, coup d’états, and much more. It will reveal global US shaping operations few ever speak of, leaving readers only to find themselves asking the question, “Why?”

Make no mistake, this book was not written to appease the masses. In fact, it is expected that many readers will become outraged and claim an anti-American slant within, when in fact, one of the most American things we can do is to accept that we as a nation are not perfect and have made mistakes.

This book reveals some mistakes that we as a nation have made which inevitably cost thousands of American lives. These arguable or questionable mistakes have been identified in an attempt to help prevent repeating similar mistakes in the future.

Most importantly, this book is meant to create dialog and promote discussions about our way forward as a nation in dealing with the rest of the world in which we live—to include some nations previously identified as being part of an “axis of evil.”

Pre-order SOFREP’s newest addition to our e-book library, The Syria Report: The West’s Destruction of Syria to Gain Control over Iran, over on Amazon now.

 

About the Author

is an internationally recognized security, terrorism, and intelligence professional. He has taught domestic and international organizations in counter-terrorism, intelligence, and physical security related issues. He has briefed some of the highest government officials ranging from ambassadors to members of Congress and Pentagon staff. He is author of the book Contracted: America's Secret Warriors and Contracted II: America's Terror Trackers, and Going Rogue: The Compilation.

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  • MysterBlack

    BrandonWebb ak1134 Any idea on when this'll show up in the team room?  If not soon, I may just have to purchase anyway... Thanks.

  • ak1134

    BrandonWebb rad thanks!

  • bharrison

    Growing up, I was always taught to love our country but to be skeptical of its leaders. This, in a family with two former Presidents. Anyone that fails to ask questions, and most importantly the honest and difficult ones, I have little time for, personally.

  • KineticFury

    "In fact, it is expected that many readers will become outraged and claim an anti-American slant within, when in fact, one of the most American things we can do is to accept that we as a nation are not perfect and have made mistakes." Preach it bro! SOF/mil equivalent would be "Recon by fire...."

  • gkcdk

    interesting....