Compare Mr. McIlvaine’s reaction to the book to that of another reviewer, Cal Cleary a librarian in Ohio. Mr. Cleary says that if 9/11 were an “inside job” (his words, not mine) then all the victims murdered that day “died for nothing.” In his review, summarizing the plot, Cleary writes:
“Horatio, comes to [Hamlet] with dire news: 9/11 was an inside job, and Hamlet’s father died for nothing.” See review.
I wonder what Mr. Cleary thinks Bobby McIlvaine died for, if we believe the official narrative–if in the words of James Corbett, “19 hijackers, devout religious fundamentalists who liked to drink alcohol, snort cocaine, and live with pink-haired strippers,” orchestrated the attack without any help from the royal House of Saud, Frank Carlucci, the Carlyle Group, PTech or Donald and Dick.
Bobby’s death was a tragedy, and maybe if we take the time to listen to Bobby’s father, take the time to look into Bobby’s death, then perhaps future tragedies can be avoided. One thing is certain: Bobby did not die in order to inspire U.S. forces to invade Afghanistan and Iraq.