• Enough Already

  • Time to End the War on Terrorism
  • By: Scott Horton
  • Narrated by: Scott Horton
  • Length: 14 hrs and 58 mins
  • 4.8 out of 5 stars (231 ratings)

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"Enough Already: Time to End the War on Terrorism is a masterly history of these chaotic, tragic and above all futile conflicts, ranging with his usual excoriating accuracy from Mali to Pakistan, from Iraq to Yemen by way of Syria and Libya. Millions are dead, disabled or languish desperately far from their homes as the direct result of our blunders, bewilderment and outright malicious stupidity. Thousands of our own soldiers have died or are disabled. Hundreds more of our citizens have died in the US and Europe in what Horton calls the 'backdraft' of our disastrous actions. Ignore the self-serving memoirs or grandiose academic tomes; if you listen to only one book on the so-called "'War on Terror', this must be that book." (Frank Ledwidge, author of Investment in Blood).

©2021 Scott Horton (P)2021 Scott Horton

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Complete take down of American foreign policy

This is the most complete take down of America's failed foreign policy you can find anywhere. They don't hate is for our freedom, they hate us because we've meddled in nearly every country in the Middle East. If you want to know what is actually happening, Scott is the man to tell you.

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making nonsense make sense

This is the best quick reads covering the terrible mess the war on terror has been. A great read to put the headlines together into a coherent narrative of American foreign policy.

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Must read

Scott Horton is a national treasure. This is a must read to understand our current situation in the Middle East.

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A must read on foriegn policy.

I've been waiting months for this on audio, and despite the extremely depressing facts of the terror war, I'm really enjoying the book. I'll definitely be buying a physical copy once I'm done with the audio version. Thanks to the great Scott Horton for all that he does.

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Jesus Christ!

And here I thought I already hated the government and the military industrial complex. Scott Horton lays bare the atrocities committed in the name of "freedom" by our benevolent overlords.

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Scott Horton is a national treasure

This is by far the most comprehensive and incredible breakdown of American foreign policy I've ever seen.

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Scott is a genius

This book is like trying to drink from a fire hose of knowledge. You’ll have to listen a few times before you can even begin to catch it all.

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One of the most important books ever published

Scott Horton's is incredible. In a just world, this book would be a number one bestseller. I hope that one day Enough Already becomes to the US military-industrial complex what The Gulag Archipelago was to the Soviet Union. Realizing just how much suffering has been wrought by the US empire throughout the Middle-East and elsewhere is a hard pill to swallow, but swallow it we must.

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Masterful

This book demonstrates Mr. Horton’s command of the material. He is a resource for anyone who wants to understand what’s wrong with American foreign policy and how to fix it.

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Great

Scott Horton never misses! A bit frustrating to hear all the terrible things the US has done, however, truly a fantistic read

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  • 05-04-22

Foreign Policy Bible

I became aware of Scott's work after watching his dismantling of neocon Bill Kristol in a debate on Youtube. Kristol's reliance on half-truths and ideological zealotry was exposed by Horton's forensic knowledge of US foreign adventurism and its calamitous consequences over the past half century or more, and this book covers all of that in detail, from Afghanistan to Syria.

I would recommend the book to anybody who's ever been interested in work by the likes of John Pilger, Noam Chomsky, Seymour Hersh, Oliver Stone or Julian Assange. If you've ever even slightly suspected the destructiveness of US foreign policy in the Middle East didn't begin or end with the Bush family, this book will give you a lot more to think about. It was already 'preaching to the choir' from my own perspective, but even so I learned an awful lot of detail and background which will be a great reference source for years to come.

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  • GDS
  • 03-25-22

Mandatory listening for all to stop the madness.

Excellent. Hard hitting book on the continuing political manoeuvres, that do not help the populations of the world but only the Governments and their Military Contractors. A must listen for every politician or future politician. It is really is time to say Enough Already to this insane politics.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 05-10-22

Eye Opening!

Great book. this is something everyone that think they know about War should read.