This investigative account details how America's economic and intelligence associations with Saudi Arabia and Pakistan led to the devastating September 11 attacks and illustrates the role that private military companies are playing in George W. Bush's "new world order." Based on personal interviews, never-before-published classified documents, and extensive research, this examination details the criminal forces thought to rule the world today--the Bush cartel, Russian-Ukranian-Israeli mafia, and Wahhabist Saudi terror financiers--revealing links between these groups and disastrous terrorist events.
Wayne Madsen is an investigative journalist and syndicated columnist whose articles have appeared in The Miami Herald and The Village Voice. He is the author of Covert Operations in Africa 1993-1999, The Handbook of Personal Data Protection, and Jaded Tasks. He lives in Arlington, Virginia.