Alan B. Jones is a recently retired electrical engineer, having worked for a major U. S. manufacturing firm for over 40 years. He was "bitten by the political bug back in the Goldwater days," and once ran for office himself, for State Senator on a third party ticket, but has not otherwise been in the public spotlight. He has poured his whole life of political awareness into this book, to help the new generation get up to speed faster, for the good of the whole country. He believes that his book can serve as an outline for action, or a platform, for the political parties, old and new, which will dominate the next 20 years or so of our country's history. Author of How the World Really Works
Anton Chaitkin is an historian and investigative reporter. Chaitkin has written hundreds of articles on economic and political history and current affairs. His 1985 book Treason in America: from Aaron Burr to Averell Harriman, documented the takeover of U.S. policy by "blue-bloods" from their family archives.
Like father like son: During the 1930's Chaitkin's father, a New York attorney and Jewish political activist, carried out a legal fight against Wall Street and London financiers propping up the dictatorship of Adolf Hitler in Germany, resulting in the indictment of Prescott Bush, father of U.S. President George Bush (Sr).
He is co-author with Webster Tarpley of George Bush: The Unauthorized Biography, which helped decide the 1992 election against Bush. He has collaborated with Lyndon LaRouche since 1966.
AZAR MIRZA-BEG was born in the Soviet Union in 1951, and spent his youth in search of spiritual knowledge and Masters, who could initiate him to the mystical way. His early interest was in Yoga, which was replaced by Gurdjieff and Sufi studies, what finally made him a Sufi teacher himself, the present Master of the Kubhrawi order.
He is the author of a non-fiction work In Search of the Truth: An Exposure of the Conspiracy. The book’s style is not academic, but polemical. It deals with the taboo subjects. Its topics are diverse: the origin of religion, spiritual guides, mysticism, reincarnation and hierarchy of the sciences; KGB, CIA and Mossad; the totalitarian propaganda and western political myths; the new world order; destruction of the Russian, Soviet, Ottoman and Persian empires; secularism in Turkey; the BBC; neo-Nazis, et c.
Mirza-Beg lived the larger part of his life in various regions of the colossal Soviet empire, but with the rise of the Iron Curtain, he moved to Western Europe, and resided in Berlin, Paris and London. Now he lives in Baku, Transcaucasia.
Web site: kubrawi.org
Christopher Clark studied Business Administration at the University of Michigan, then worked as a business analyst for a Fortune 100 firm. He now travels widely as a professional chef and educator specializing in natural, healthy cuisine and nutrition. He is also a freelance writer and researcher on health and nutrition, globalization, the new world order, the environmental movement, climate change, mass media, and false flag terrorism. He has written two books and is currently writing his third.
Southern-California-based novelist David W. Aossey holds a graduate degree from the University of Iowa, and attended the plasma engineering program at UCLA. He's held various positions in the nuclear power and semiconductor industries, eventually finding his way to the executive suite of a technology start-up - which led to the decision to become a writer. Commenting on politics and current events, the author has contributed to numerous publications over the past two decades, and completed several works of fiction. Instruments of the State is his first published novel.
David Allen Rivera has been studying and researching the New World Order and its relationship to Bible Prophecy for over 30 years. He has an Associate in Arts (Paralegal) degree from the Harrisburg Area Community College (PA), and majored in Psychology and Public Policy at the Pennsylvania State University. As a young man, he was very active in grassroots politics, held various positions in the local Party, and was the recipient of the 1979 and 1981 'Outstanding Young Man of America' Award from the U.S. Jaycees. He also completed a 2-year Bible School program through Bill Anderson Ministries International, and has received ministry training through his church. David's other research projects can be read in their entirety at his website, http://www.darivera.com/. The father of three children, he has a grandson, and lives in central Pennsylvania with his wife of over 25 years.
David Livingstone converted to Islam in the USA in 1991, and has since committed himself to further understanding the true meaning of the religion. After thirteen years of research he completed his first book, The Dying God: The Hidden History of Western Civilization, which studies the evolution of the occult from ancient times to the French Revolution. This was followed by a second book Terrorism and the Illuminati, shedding light on new and more profound discoveries. Whereas those two titles dealt with religion and its subversion in general, this joint project tackles the subversion of Islam in particular.
By the time Ethan graduated high school, he knew the backwoods of Maine, the back streets of Manhattan and the back roads of Northern California like the back of his hand. Ethan then studied at various colleges in multiple states. Ethan trained and worked as a private detective in Massachusetts. After realizing a private detective mostly works for insurance companies, Ethan moved to the mountains to write. Before writing his first book, Ethan wrote and researched for a small newspaper in the California’s Sierra Nevada.
A childhood friend of Ethan was killed in the attack on the World Trade Center on 9/11. The event rekindled a lifelong interest in politics, current events and history. Years of research and observations led Ethan to write The Complete Patriot’s Guide to Oligarchical Collectivism: Its Theory and Practice. Ethan currently resides in the Sierra Nevada Mountains with his dog.
F. William Engdahl is author of the best-seller on oil and geopolitics, A Century of War: Anglo-American Politics and the New World Order, which has been translated into seven languages. For 30 years, Engdahl's provocative articles appear in journals like Asia Times, Nihon Keizai Shimbun, European Banker and ZeitFragen on issues of world oil, energy, food, debt and trade politics. He is an Associate Editor at GlobalResearch.com. After a degree in politics from Princeton and graduate study in economics at the U. of Stockholm, he was an economist and research journalist in New York and Europe. He speaks at international conferences such as the London Centre for Energy Policy Studies, Global Investors' Forum, Geneva Commodities Forum, Goldseiten.de, Bank Negara Indonesi; and Russian Institute of Strategic Studies. He lives in Germany with his wife, and is also a consulting economist for major European banks and investors. A sample of his writings is at www.engdahl.oilgeopolitics.net. His Seeds of Destruction is published by Michel Chossudovsky of Global Research and distributed by Progressive Press.
'The real inside news, the kind newspapers frequently get but dare not print -- Mr. Seldes delighted in uncovering stories that had been overlooked by others, exposing corruption and challenging the practices of leading newspapers." -- New York Times. "George Seldes, the inventor of modern investigative reporting, led the sort of swashbuckling life that Hollywood might have scripted for a foreign correspondent and rebel reporter. He interviewed Lenin, Trotsky, Freud, Einstein, and Hitler. He filed dispatches from behind the lines during World War I and covered the Spanish Civil War with his wife, Helen. He was booted out of the Soviet Union in 1923 and fled Italy two years later fearing for his life, after implicating Benito Mussolini in a murder. Ernest Hemingway, Ezra Pound, and Sinclair Lewis were among his drinking buddies. Yet the glamour of journalistic success never blinded him to serious shortcomings in the American press." -- Utne Reader. Seldes was the least-known of America's three great muckrakers..
George Seldes (1890-1995) worked as Berlin, Rome, Dublin, Moscow and Baghdad correspondent for the Chicago Tribune from 1919 to 1929, but quit the mainstream media over censorship of his reports. He became an independent journalist, getting the true story out in his first two books, You Can’t Print That! and Can These Things Be! In 1940 he started In Fact, a weekly newsletter of investigative reporting and criticism of the press, with a top circulation of 176,000. He uncovered big stories like major corporations trading with the enemy, and the link between smoking and cancer -- to be hushed up for another 20 years by mainstream media hooked on cigarette ads. In Fact was shut down in 1950 by an FBI witch hunt against subscribers. Third World Traveler page. Holhut biography. The London Independent obituary. Utne Reader Bio. Erbzine bio. Tell the Truth and Run, award-winning George Seldes documentary. Wiki
Glen Yeadon is a lifelong activist and a leading authority on fascism in America. He was raised on a family farm in Minnesota and now lives in the Pacific Northwest. Glen has multiple degrees in chemistry and computer science. He has authored numerous articles on the Internet probing the roots of American fascism. His article Ties that Bind connecting George W Bush and the Neocons to the Nazis has received exceptional praise from readers. His website promotes liberal ideals and solutions to today's problems.
H.P. Albarelli Jr. is a writer and investigative reporter who lives in Florida . He has written numerous feature articles about the 9/11 anthrax attacks; the history of biological warfare; the mysterious death of Dr. Frank Olson; the Cuban revolution; and social and political affairs. Some of these articles can be found on the World Net Daily, Pravda, Cubanet, Counterpunch, and Crime Magazine websites. His work has been cited by many authors.
Albarelli's six-year investigation into the controversial death of Army biochemist Dr. Frank Olson was the focal point of an hour-long television documentary, Mind Control Murder , produced by London's award-winning Principal Films. His book, A Terrible Mistake: The Murder of Frank Olson and the CIA's Secret Cold War Experiments, was published in 2009.