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Birds aren't real : the true story of mass avian murder and the largest surveillance campaign in US history  Cover Image Book Book

Birds aren't real : the true story of mass avian murder and the largest surveillance campaign in US history / Peter McIndoe and Connor Gaydos.

McIndoe, Peter, (author.). Gaydos, Connor, (author.).


"The true story of the greatest conspiracy in US history--and how to fight back. Have you ever seen a baby pigeon? You haven't, have you? No one has, not in many, many years. They used to be everywhere. You couldn't walk out of your front door in New York City in the 1930s without seeing dozens of those little guys scurrying around. Today, there are millions of grown up pigeons in New York, but not a baby pigeon to be seen. That's because they come out of the factory as adults. This is one of the many smoking guns of the bird drone surveillance crisis. Since 1959, the Deep State has mercilessly slaughtered over 12 billion birds and replaced them with identical drones that are designed to spy on private citizens and report their every action directly to the government. From pet canaries to Sesame Street, the shadowy figures that pull the strings have infiltrated every aspect of our society, making a mockery of civil liberties while the American people live in blissful ignorance. Until now. In Birds Aren't Real, whistleblowers Peter McIndoe and Connor Gaydos trace the roots of a political conspiracy so vast and well-hidden that it almost seems like an elaborate hoax. These hero Bird Truthers have risked life and limb to compile and disseminate a treasure trove of information about the origins of the surveillance crisis, its spread, and the patriots who are on the front lines today, raising awareness and working to reclaim America as the land of the free. This urgent manifesto features a host of useful illustrations, activities, and leaked classified documents that will convince even the most outspoken skeptic that birds aren't real. The truth is out there: will you stand and fight before it's too late?"-- Provided by publisher.

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  • ISBN: 9781250288899
  • ISBN: 1250288894
  • Physical Description: xv, 254 pages : illustrations ; 20 cm
  • Edition: First edition.
  • Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Press, 2024.
Subject: Birds > Humor.
Conspiracy theories > Humor.
Genre: Humor.
Satirical literature.

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  • 1 of 3 copies available at Missouri Evergreen. (Show)
  • 1 of 1 copy available at North Kansas City.


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North Kansas City Public Library 598.02 MCINDOE 2024 (Text) 0001012551383 Nonfiction New Available -

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