Oliver's "Unearthly Neighbors" Chad Oliver, an Anthropologist, wrote particularly plausible novels of First Contact -- a term, after all, which originated in the field of Anthropology. The first of his masterpieces. Ballentine, ; revised first hardcover edition, New York: Crown, ] in later had a sequel, "The Shores of Another Sea.
New York City October 18, It is with proper pride that we dedicate this book to the often- unsung U. This book is published with special thanks to those intelligence and law enforcement officials who have given us such extraordinary assistance in cross-checking facts in putting the story together.
These have included officials not only in the USA, but our nation's French ally, and also patriots in Canada embittered against what the Bronfmans and others have done to their nation and our own.
It is no exaggeration to sum up the situation thus: There is more than a parallel. This is a calculated form of political warfare against the USA by the British monarchy.
Among Russell's most prominent collaborators in this effort was Aldous Huxley, coordinator of the s introduction of psychedelic substances to U. The fight against illegal drugs and against the evil forces of "decriminalization" is nothing less than a war against Britain, to the purpose of saving our youth and our nation from the destruction the British monarchy has projected for us.
At that time the Labor Party launched an international campaign against organized crime and drug traffic. This book is the product of a person combined research team of the U. The efforts of this team, since its founding in January under the direction of Lyndon LaRouche, drew the circle tighter around the perpetrators of narcotics traffic over a period of years.
Our appreciation also goes to Linda Frommer, the book's editor, who accomplished the final stage of the manuscript's completion. The authors are unfortunately unable to thank by name the many former and currently serving law enforcement officers of several nations who took the greatest risk in coming forward with information and experience to indict the most dangerous enemy of all.
Introduction America is at war. For the first time sincethe battle- ground is not abroad, but on the streets and schools of American cities.
Casualties registered in the course of the conflict are incomparably higher than at any other time in American history. We are fighting for our lives, and in the most literal sense, for the lives of our children. Until now, we have been losing.
The enemy's most deadly weapon is dope. Unlike most wars, which force both combatants deeply into debt, in this undeclared war the offensive power becomes wealthier and wealthier, while the stupefied victim becomes impoverished. There is not a parent, thinking over the destruction of a child, who really believes that drug abuse is a self-inflicted crime.
Americans, no matter what else they have learned to tolerate, believe that the advancement of the next generation is part of the way things should be. If an entire generation of Americans is in jeopardy of being lost, then someone has done this to them.
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