If you do not become paranoid and anxious when you read of factual accounts of horrific events - no, no blood, per se; mostly tears - then this is the book for you if you are interested in the dynamics of past economic terrorism directed at the USA and other countries, as well as the likely future events and their source(s).
However, with the repeated culpability of the US government, its agencies, and systems, one had the continuous and lingering suspicion that we were being shown the door of reality without it being allowed to open. In other words, with the mass of facts and circumstances documented by Freeman, one gets the overwhelming sense that somewhere within the labyrinthine canyons of (US and others) government bureaucracy and politics there lurks some folks who actively aided and abetted the financial terrorism foisted upon this country and the western world; because the incredible vulnerabilities that were opened and remain open for such terrorism opportunities were known and shown to all parties that SHOULD have acted to protect the country. But they didn't. Even worse, nothing has changed, the fundamental vulnerabilities remain and there is no plan to change the system to protect the US and the western world. Oh, yeah, bureaucrats talked, but nothing was ever done. the WH doesn't want to know.
I'm just suspicious enough to wonder about all this. You might be, too after you read it.
As excellent is Freeman's treatment of the potential threat to the US from its number one debtor, not coyly refusing to show how China can and may use its economic muscle to dominate the world stage, making the US a very weak nation in that process through open economic warfare.