by Mary W Maxwell, PhD, LLB
I am here to eat crow. On September 14, 2015 I wrote a splendorific article, “Kisses to Rebekah Roth.” It was published at RumorMillnews.com. I had heard her on a radio interview (as carried on Youtube). She said she was an airline flight attendant and purser.
Roth gave amazing accounts of the reactions she had to 9-11 soon after it happened, and then years down the track. It all sounded perfectly believable. And she promised that her book contained fresh revelations.
An astute reader, Christopher Brooks, told me not to judge so quickly, as the lady had not presented her credentials. I replied that I had ordered Roth’s book, “Methodical Deception,” and would comment after I read it. I have now read it.
Lemme tell you – it’s all in the title. Yes, this is one heck of a methodical deception. Or, should I say, Rebekah’s claims, on radio, as to what’s in her book, is a marvelously methodical deception.
For starters, she claimed on radio that her life as a stewardess gives special insight into the things she uncovered. But I found hardly any material in Methodical Deception concerning her on-plane career! In the book she is the fiancée of the president of the US (not Obama, but a guy named Sherman).
At the end, President Sherman promises that he will uncover and even “convict” the wrongdoers of 9/11. Guess he better check up on the Constitution’s separation of powers! Oh my, I am having a good laugh at myself. This book, like no other I have seen before, comes close to being a full-on prank.
Many people have parted with “good money” to buy it. In the Youtube performance, one of the radio callers chides Rebekah for not making her work free online. This gives her a chance to say that she deserves the money for having worked hard chasing down all the documentation.
If there is any documentation in the book you’d need a magnifying glass to find it. The man who called in that complaint was probably a plant. It now seems likely that every aspect of Roth’s publicity campaign is a joke. Really funny.
The one “new piece of evidence” about 9-11 that RR claims to have put forward is that the planes did not crash into the WTC, but landed and went to a huge hangar at Westover Air Force Base in Massachusetts. On radio she told us that a resident of that locale phoned her and said a jumbo jet had flown low near her house on that famous morning. But the book treats that person’s report as part of a fiction!
Granted, the book is advertised as a novel. I figured the author, wanting to name names (as I do!) may have used that device to escape lawsuit for defamation. But don’t worry – Ms Roth doesn’t defame anyone. There is a sort of undercurrent that “the Israelis” did 9-11. But even the small portion of the book about that is childish and proffers nothing of substance.
Note: if you want to pursue the idea that one of the planes landed at Cleveland Airport, see the work of Dean Hartwell. If you want to invest your $24 in great book about the phonecalls of 9-11, order Elias Davidsson’s “Hijacking America’s Mind on 9-11: Counterfeiting Evidence,” Just see his website: juscogens.org, to get a load of his honest and dutiful approach to research.
Davidsson’s material is so compelling that I wonder if Roth’s book (or should I say “Roth”s book) is a disinfo job meant to throw people off the scent of Davidsson’s ideas. By the way, I do not regret Rebekah’s radio shows. At least she is reaching some members of the public who never even knew there was a controversy about the identity of the passengers.
Another well-documented book is Richard K Ryan’s “Another Nineteen; Investigating Legitimate 9/11 Suspects.” It, too, deserves to have the CIA write a novel, to throw people off the scent, as Ryan does his darndest to track down the story of the put options.
Just imagine us citizens being so silly as to let that important fact of history (the put options) go uninvestigated. As Alexandr Solzhenitsyn said of his fellow Soviet citizens in the 1970s, “We didn’t love freedom enough. We purely and simply deserved everything that happened.” Yep, that’s Americans today.
The title of the article at hand mentions Sylvia Meagher. Now there was a gal! Within four years after the death of President Kennedy, she had done the necessary in regard to the Warren Commission report. Having bought a copy of the 26 volumes of testimony, Meagher cross-indexed everything. Her still-beautiful book is called “Accessories After the Fact.”
I also cite Mae Brussell as the kind of gal that the alleged stewardess Rebekah Roth is not. Brussell started to see parallels between the JFK assassination and the Watergate affair. She did a cross-indexing in the style of Sylvia Meagher.
Among the things Mae noticed were the involvement of prisoners and mind control in these public crimes. She also saw the influx of Nazis into the CIA in the late 1940s, as is now known as Project Paperclip. Brussell collected every scrap of information she could about suspicious deaths in the Hollywood area. Thanks, Mae.
Dear readers, you needn’t waste your time on what I am about to type for the remainder of this article. It consists of some typical excerpts from Rebekah Roth’s 9-11 book “Methodical Deception.” This is just to back up my ‘allegations’….
By the way, as of today, the Amazon reviews of Roth’s book all seem to have the same tone. To a man they are enthusiastic, and none of them mentions the complete gap between what was promised in the radio interviews and what finally gets ink.
Here are excerpts from three Amazon reviews:
(Keith Kinter): I purchased the Kindle version on the weekend, hours after it was available. Very difficult to put it aside! It has suspense, drama, action,…. I applaud Rebekah Roth for her style and talent, and her perseverance in doing the research needed to find the truth. With a terabyte of Freedom of Information data to dig through, she has the documentation to prove her theories. [I’m like Huh?]
(Don Hursell): I had pre-ordered the hardback version. As soon as I found out that the Kindle version was available I grabbed it. What a great read…. It puts the missing pieces together of what “REALLY” happened on 9/11. [I’m like Excuse me?]
(John A Jauregui): Essential reading for any young adult interested in a commercial aviation career. I am giving both books, to nieces and nephews in high school and college. [Poor kids.]
Now for a taste of the thrilling narrative that occupies most of the 32 chapters of “Methodical Deception.”
Page 131: “As darkness began to take hold and as the lights of the Strip could be seen from their guesthouse north of downtown, Gordon received a call from his friend at Metro. A car fitting the description had been reported abandoned at an Extended Stay Motel. The police had not yet responded to the call.” [Honest, it goes on like this forever.]
Page 162: [Here is a bit of the hot conspiratorial stuff, which occupies, at most, five pages in the whole book]:
“More oddities about Beamer’s phone call, the GTE operator he was talking with said that after his historic, let’s roll announcement, he didn’t hang up the phone. She listened for at least 15 more minutes and never lost the connection. The operator told the FBI that the line just went silent….”
Page 172; [one of the M-rated passages] “Tears welled up in her eyes and began to softly roll down her cheeks. Joel took his handkerchief from his tuxedo pocket and sweetly wiped each tear….She reached up and kissed Joel passionately.”
— Mary W Maxwell lives in South Australia. She apologizes if her earlier review of Methodical Deception caused anyone to make a purchase! As compensation, why not download one of her books, gratis, at her website ProsecutionForTreason.com. You are also warmly invited to sample GumshoeNews.com for articles that that don’t go in for headlong, reckless commentary about 9-11, although it is sometimes hard to know where to draw the line. As for the possible survival of Barbara Olson, Maxwell holds forth here.