Ray Songtree: Lipstick and War Crimes

“The subject matter is so vast and comprehensive, and so close to home, that the reader wonders if this is a mystery thriller using the real world and our personal lives as subject matter, or a real investigation. This seems to be precisely what the author wants the reader to wonder, which makes the book more than entertainment and more than a documentary. It is truly a thriller, but fiction or not, the reader is left looking in the mirror to decide.” - Don Sullivan

“Author Ray Songtree nails popular culture, environmental crisis and foreign policy to the same wall, the heart of the reader. With hundreds of color images, the plot becomes multi-media event. The book is fascinating, shocking, provoking, and timely. The author paints the issues of our present lives on an ancient canvas of understanding that rivets the reader to the value of his message...” - Boston Book Review

"Wow, wow, wow! I thought I knew what was going on.” - Terri Glen

“The book brings dry to wet and wet to dry … no genre works to describe it.” - Sandra Bains

“The most informative book on our times and culture I've ever read. You will be surprised again and again.” - Sheryl Wilson

“Finally, spirit for environmentalists and down to Earth talk for New Age.” - José Rodriguez

“I showed my husband, an Iraq veteran, Ray's photo taken with the USS Liberty survivor. That got his attention.” - Nancy Cheles

"Every woman should read this. The narratives in our heads are not ours!" - Debbie Lee

"It made me re-think what I want to do." - Anthony Henders

"He brings the indigenous perspective ... and that cut through everything for me." - Carol Campella

” ... evidence based and the references solid. What he's saying just can't be denied." - Lloyd Sugiyama

“Danger, faith, and beauty. Well done." - Dan Osem

"I showed my husband, an Iraq veteran, Ray's photo with the USS Liberty survivor. That got his attention." - Nancy Cheles

"It will change everything for you. Mind blowing." - Steve Levine

"Pop culture reviewed by a Non-Profit... eyes wide open!" - Deni Shiva

“If you know anyone with kids, buy them the book!" - Maya Smith

CAST OF CHARACTERS: Lady Gaga, Zbigniew Brzezinski, Jennifer Lopez, Oprah Winfrey, Henery Kissinger, The Voice, Michael Jackson, Hugo Chavez, Simon Cowell, Bush Sr., Britney Spears, Bill Gates, Obama, Jay Z, “Sir” Collin Powell, Justin Bieber, Edward Snowden, Madonna, Christina Aguilera, Selena Gomez, Alex Jones, Shakira, David Icke, Queen Elizabeth, Hillary Clinton, Teddy Roosevelt, Lord Rothschild, Rihanna, David Rockefeller, Jessie J, Karl Marx, Will Smith, Cynthia McKinney, George Washington, Mark Zuckerberg, Beyoncé, “Sir” Alan Greenspan, Walt Disney, Whitney Houston, Martin Luther King, American Idol, the X-Factor, Miley Cyrus, Time Magazine, Elton John, Usher, Nelson Mandela, Nicole Kidman, the FCC, the Ebola Operation, Taylor Swift, Sesame Street, the World Bank, Bono and more.

From the Preface : “Tricia Jenkins, author of The CIA In Hollywood, told DailyMail.com she has recently acquired new evidence showing how the CIA worked off-the-books to influence Hollywood scripts to an extent never previously known. She said: ‘In this documentation, concerning one major Hollywood movie, it is clear that the CIA functioned as the principle partner in shaping the original script and its influence exceeded that which would have been filled by an aggressive producer or studio executive.’”

Confused about the script?

You won't be.

A project of non-profit Kauai Transparency Initiative International

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