This is a 2009 interview with Steve
Pieczenik - and it's as relevant as ever.
Get ready to have your ears blown up
and feel free to do any *quiet* chores
that you've been putting off (unless you
have good ear buds or headphones), as
you listen to this knock-out radio interview
by Steve Quayle on Coast to Coast AM.
Steve Pieczenik is the former Deputy
Assistant Secretary of State under Henry
Kissinger, Cyrus Vance and James Baker,
during the presidential administrations of
Gerald Ford, Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan
and George H.W. Bush.
He has been fictionally portrayed as the
character, Jack Ryan in a number of Tom
Clancy novels and was Clancy's business
partner on those projects, where he
functioned mainly as a technical consultant.
He is also a writer, in his own right, with
several novels, a self-help book and works
of poetry under his belt.
The renowned Tom Clancy, who fictionalized
Steve Pieczenik in several his works, was a
very prolific and successful author, known
for his spy novels which were distinguished
for being technically-detailed and loaded
with military science (due to Pieczenik's help).
Most of these novels were set during and in
the aftermath of the Cold War.
A whopping seventeen of Clancy's novels
were bestsellers, with more than 100 million
copies of his books currently in print. Due to
the espionage themes of Clancy's work, his
recent, October 2013 death from heart
disease was inevitably rumored by many to
be a murder.
Dr. Pieczenik, once a fully-accredited MD
psychiatrist, was forced to resign from the
American Psychiatrist's Association (APA) in
1992, after telling Newsweek that President
George H. W. Bush was "clinically depressed,"
during the time he was serving him, as
Deputy Assistant Secretary of State.
Pieczenik's expertise also includes foreign
policy, international crisis management and
psychological warfare. He has been given
much credit as a key figure in bringing down
the Soviet Union. Pieczenik, born in Cuba is
the son of Russian parents.
Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, Mary McGrory
described Stephen Pieczenik as "one of the
most 'brilliantly competent' men in the field of
terrorism" and Pieczenik was involved in the
devising successful negotiating strategies and
tactics used in several high-profile hostage
Pieczenik is self-described as a Patriot of
the United States and he goes into great
detail, in this interview about the many
ways in which the US Government has now
turned against its own people - and about
how heartbroken he is about this current
state of affairs.
Pieczenik has called himself a "maverick
troublemaker," and he's made many
controversial claims, including the following:
* On May 3, 2011, radio host Alex Jones aired
an interview in which he claimed that Osama
Bin Laden had died of Marfan syndrome in 2001
shortly after the September 11 attacks (as also
claimed by numerous Arab-language
newspapers in December of 2001).
* In the same interview, Pieczenik claimed
that the attacks on the United States on
9/11 were part of a false flag operation by
entities within the American government.
* On October 20, 2011 in another interview with
Alex Jones, Pieczenik claimed that Libyan leader,
Muammar Gaddafi is alive and he said, "There's
no way they killed Muammar Gaddafi, that's not
our operating mode and I've been involved in 30
years, with the takeouts and regime changes."
* Pieczenik has also slammed President Barack
Obama by calling him an "obsessional,
* On March 27, 2013, Pieczenik claimed Sandy
Hook was a hoax and a false flag event.
* On 9 May 2013, Pieczenik claimed Benghazi was
the result of a turf war between the CIA's civilian
and military elements.
* Pieczenik said that the CIA wanted to get rid of
General Petraeus (and they did). Obama wanted
his appointee, John Brennan to replace Patraeus
as the Director of National Intelligence, to get him
to have the Special Operations Command (SOCOM)
unit to "illegally" arm the Syrian rebels, which
Pieczenik calls an "impeachable offense."
SOCOM is the Unified Combatant Command charged
with overseeing the various Special Operations
Component Commands of the Army, Air Force, Navy
and Marine Corps of the US Armed Forces.
(Video: almost 120 mins):
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