Henry Makow, Ph.D., is the inventor of the board game Scruples, and the author of A Long Way to go for a Date, the story of his courtship and marriage to a young Filipina. He was born in Switzerland and raised in Canada. At the age of 11 he began writing a syndicated advice-to-parents column "Ask Henry." It ran in 50 newspapers in the early 1960s, leading to appearances on the Jack Paar Show and To Tell the Truth. In 1984, he invented Scruples, a game of moral dilemmas which was translated into five languages and sold seven million copies worldwide. He received his Ph.D. in English Literature from the University of Toronto in 1982, and lives in Winnipeg. He frequently posts articles on his website, HenryMakow.com, on various aspects of the "bankster" conspiracy, a London-based central banking cartel, with its program to manipulate and enslave mankind by promoting conflicting ideologies, and other divide-and-conquer tactics.
James Hufferd (born in Iowa, 1946), attended public schools, and grew up on a small farm. He has a BA in History, an MA in International Studies, and a Ph.D. in Geography. He has taught in schools and universities, and has traveled and researched in 19 countries, including the Arctic and Brazil. Fluent in Portuguese, he was a research associate at Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. He has written The Bells of Autumn, a Western historical novel; Cruzeiro do Sul, A History of Brazil’s Half-Millennium (2005, two vols), the first history of Brazil published in English since 1819; and The Majoritarian Solution, an assessment of American corporatism (1985). Forthcoming works include Homeland: A Comedy (a satiric novel) and Troublesome Country (a historical-political essay). Hufferd is interested in the political economy and history of the U.S., and the global New World Order. The founder of a local 9/11 Truth group, he serves as Grassroots Coordinator for 911truth.org.
Jeffrey Grupp is an adjunct lecturer at Purdue University. He is a Ph.D. candidate in philosophy at Purdue with an MA in philosophy from Western Michigan University, and a BA in anthropology from the University of New Mexico. His professional research specializations are Buddhism, quantum physics, and economic and political issues in philosophy. Grupp has published a dozen articles in top philosophy journals on quantum physics, Buddhism, and attacks on metaphysics. He is the originator of the mereological nihilist interpretation of quantum mechanics, which is a new interpretation of quantum physics meant to replace the largely metaphysical ones offered by Feynman and other physicists. Corporatism is his first publication on economic, anthropological, and political philosophical issues. He is also the author of The Telescreen and Telementation.
Jeff Grupp has his own show, the Antimatter Radio Show, daily at 11 a.m. ET. It streams for 24 hours after the show. Archived here. See also Jeff Grupp's Youtube channel. Jeff is the co-host of Don't Tread On Me, with Big John Lipscomb, M-F 8 pm EST, which can be listened to at www.Donttreadonme.tv or www.youtube.com/donttreadonmechannel.. Jeff is also on the Dr. Bill Deagle show for an hour every Friday afternoon. He is frequently a guest or co-host on The Power Hour.
Progressive Press publisher JP Leonard did his BA in Political Science at UCLA and a Masters in Finance at UC Berkeley. After a business career that took him for 18 years to Europe, East and West, he returned to the USA and took over the family business, Tree of Life Publications. It was between two moments which reawakened him to politics: Al-Aqsa Intifada and 9/11. During that period he was a frequent contributor to Media Monitors Network , leading to the publication of The War on Freedom (2002). A sample of his writing is the update to his epilogue to this work, but since then he has been too busy with other authors' works to publish his own. Two-hour interview, Leonard with Jim Fetzer, Dec. 2009.
Dr. Joost Meerloo (1903-1976) was a renaissance man of outstanding accomplishments. Author of 43 books and monographs and over 1,000 essays, he won worldwide renown as an authority on psychological warfare, especially on the techniques of brainwashing explored in his representative work, The Rape of the Mind: The Psychology of Thought Control, Menticide, and Brainwashing (1956). Dr. Meerloo coined the term "menticide." From the early Thirties, his wide ranging interests blazed a trail in writings on the psychology of drug addiction, correlatives between cancer and emotional illness, the phenomenology of time, problems of death and aging, art and dance symbolism, interpersonal communication, parapsychology and a host of other topics.
Kevin Barrett has taught English, French, Arabic, American Civilization, Humanities, African Literature, Folklore, and Islam at universities in the San Francisco Bay area, Paris, and Madison, WI. His first book was A Guide to Mysterious San Francisco: Dr. Weirde's Weirde Tours. He became a 9/11 truth activist in 2004 after reading and research convinced him that 9/11 was an "inside job." He is the editor of 9/11 and the American Empire v. 2: Christians, Jews and Muslims Speak Out. More about Kevin will be found in Truth Jihad itself and on his website, ...TruthJihad.com. His latest writing is chronicled there, at his blog, and on our News page. He coordinates Muslims for 9/11 Truth and is a co-founder of Mujca.com. He has been roundly attacked by right-wing hatchet jobs for discussing 9/11 in college courses; his robust defense brought him notoriety and led to this book. Wikipedia; Kevin's response to Wikipedia lies and suggested edits.
Kevin Barrett. author of Truth Jihad, now has two new radio shows!
Truth Jihad Radio airs every Saturday, 3-5 p.m. Pacific (6-8 pm Eastern) at the exciting new (post-) patriot network American Freedom Radio. Previously broadcast shows are archived here free. Radiodujour's Archive of some of Kevin's best shows.
Kevin's radio page and schedule blog. Calendar of Kevin's Public Lectures on 9/11: In html format, pdf format or Word format. As of August 2007.
Marc Estrin is a writer, cellist, and activist living in Burlington, Vermont. He has by turns worked as a biologist, theater director, EMT, Unitarian minister, physician assistant, puppeteer, political activist, college professor, cellist and conductor. He grew up in a small apartment full of books, but read not one till age sixteen, when he lost his literary virginity to Franz Kafka. Propelled by Thomas Mann's The Magic Mountain, he sailed through college and grad schools, then leaped from graduate science into the richer, if iffier area of the arts. Vietnam and Brecht were his siren callers into political activity, and his theater work dissipated into organizing, college teaching and communal living. When these ceased to put food on the table, he reached back into a past life to study and practice medicine. With the computer came his current crop of manuscripts, published and unpublished. Marc has been investigating 9/11 since 2003, and wrote one of the earliest reviews of Griffin's The New Pearl Harbor. His local 9/11 group's website is http://vt911.org, and his own is http://web.mac.com/mestrin, where one can find synopses and reviews of his books.
Mathias Bröckers is a science writer and investigative journalist. Author of several books and over 600 published articles on culture, science and politics, Broeckers also served as culture editor of Germany's biggest alternative daily, TAZ, from 1981 to 1991. He has an Honors MA degree in linguistics from The Free University, Berlin. He has written two best-selling books in German on 9/11, of which the first, Conspiracies, Conspiracy Theories and the Secrets of 9/11, is being published by Progressive Press. Arcticle in Wikipedia.
Michel Chossudovsky is an award-winning author, Professor of Economics (Emeritus) at the University of Ottawa and Director of the Centre for Research on Globalization (CRG), Montreal. He is the author of The Globalization of Poverty and The New World Order (2003) and America’s “War on Terrorism” (2005). He is also a contributor to the Encyclopaedia Britannica. His writings have been published in more than twenty languages.
Hashimoto was born in Kyoto as a younger son of a Shinto priest. He saw action in many crucial Pacific operations, and was promoted to Lieutenant Commander in 1944. Later he took command of the Submarine I-58, and sank the cruiser USS Indianapolis (CA-35) on July 30, 1945, using ordinary torpedoes and sparing the lives of his kaitens (manned suicide subs). 879 of the cruiser's 1,196-man were killed -- the worst single at-sea loss of life in the history of the U.S. Navy. After the war, the US Navy brought Hashimoto to testify in the court martial against Indianapolis Captain Charles McVay, who was convicted for failing to zigzag, but Hashimoto testified that he would have been able to sink the cruiser regardless. Decades later, he also sent a letter to help exonerate McVay, who had eventually committed suicide under the weight of criticism. Hashimoto spent the final years of his life as a Shinto priest in Kyoto, dying at the age of 91 in 2000. Read More:
Nafeez Ahmed started writing political critiques of imperialism for the online journal Media Monitors Network in 2001. In July 2002 his manuscript became the first exposé of 9/11 to be published as a book in English. Nafeez went on to get a Masters Degree from the University of Sussex and write more books: Behind the War on Terror: Western Secret Strategy and the Struggle for Iraq; The War on Truth: 9/11, Disinformation, and the Anatomy of Terrorism; and The London Bombings: An Independent Inquiry. Wikipedia
Nick Kollerstrom first achieved note as a British astrologer and author of Lead on the Brain - A Plain Guide to Britain's No. 1 Pollutant, and The Metal/Planet Relationship, 1993. He was the co-author of a popular gardener's guide, Planting by the Moon. Nick has been deeply involved in astrology and other Hermetic studies for over 30 years, and has lectured since 1975. With a Cambridge science degree, he has worked as a professor of physics.
"Independent scholar and peace-activist Nick Kollerstrom has been working to tell the sober truth about the crimes of the powerful since his involvement in the Belgrano Enquiry and the London Nuclear War Tribunal in the eighties, and the Institute for Law and Peace and the World Court Project in the nineties. Terror on the Tube flows directly out of this same commitment to defend our diverse worldwide 'Motherland' of harmless noncombatants against terroristic fraternies of whatever nationality or ideological stripe." -- Keith Mothersson