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Bill Bonner

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unfortunately, the link that’s said to come from[ http://www.billbonnerauthor.com/AuthorBio.html ] doesn’t work at all
“Bill Bonner is a full time writer after serving over twenty nine years in the U.S. Air Force and CIA and twelve years in the systems integration industry.He earned his BS in History and Political Science from Troy State University and an MPA from Auburn University.

Bill received writing awards at the University of North Texas in 2000 for his novel Impure Fire and from Gardenia Press in 2002 for the novel Goodbye Maple Street.Bill wrote three technical articles that were published in Marine Corps Magazine and Defense Intelligence Digest.In addition, he wrote many articles that were disseminated to the U.S. Intelligence Community.Bill was born in Paterson, New Jersey and spent much time recreating in New York City during the golden age of New York jazz.He now lives in the Florida Panhandle.In the Air Force, he flew as a navigator in B-52 bombers and RF-4C reconnaissance fighters, as well as in cargo-type aircraft.The latter part of his career was spent in the Intelligence field, ending in a position on the National Intelligence Council in CIA.Working in industry, Bill was a program director managing multi-million dollar systems integration projects developed for the government.Bill’s goal is to contribute to the awareness of social conditions and issues by writing mainstream commercial novels illiuminating the circumstances of ordinary people.
Friends of Bonner , Davidson and Rees-Moog (listed in the book dedication):
page vi, “The Great Reckoning”, James Dale Davidson & William Rees-Mogg, 1993, Sidgwick and Jackson
On the next page, the book is dedicated thus:
Dedicated with thanks to our friends: Carter Beese, Bill Bonner, John Deuss, Marc Faber, Kathleen Juhl, Frank Jungers, Steve Newby, Jim Rogers, Nils Taube, and Gary Vernier
Carter Beese –J. Carter Beese Jr., SEC Commissioner, suicided at the age of 50 http://washington.bizjournals.com/washington/stories/2007/04/09/daily24.html , formerly president of Riggs Capital Partners; partner in (Maryland) Boulder Ventures
John Deuss –Johannes Christiaan Martinus “John” Deuss, Dutch oil trader and banker, held for fraud as printed in this article from the Sidney Morning Herald http://www.smh.com.au/news/business/mystery-oil-tycoon-held-in-bermuda-over-money-laundering/2006/10/16/1160850869211
Marc Faber –(Dr.?) Marc Faber, contributor to The Daily Reckoning and other Agora publications; see headlines like “The Financial Doom Blog” and “The Secret War on the Dollar” http://marcfaberchannel.blogspot.com/2009/07/marc-faber-speaker-at-agora-financial.html
whaddya think guys, are these the arsonists calling the Fire Dept??
–economic hit squad, for sure
Kathleen Juhl –Kathleen (Davidson) Juhl, Jim Davidson’s daughter, recently lost a son http://www/legacy.com/obituaries/twincities/obituary.aspx?n=adam-joseph-juhl&pid=125728428  whose dream was to “move to Florida and start a business” 
Frank Jungers — ESCO Corp., former CEO and Chairman of ARAMCO, the Arab American Oil Co. (ret.1978), also on the Boards of Georgia-Pacific Corp. (ret.1999) , Donaldson, Lufkin, Jenrette (re.t2001), Thermo Electron Corp. (ret. 2002), and AES Corp. (ret.2003)
(still?) on the Boards of Goodwill Industries, High Desert Museum, and The Nature Conservancy http://wwwescocorp.com/about/executives/jungers_bio.html
Steve Newby –Agora contributor, formerly of Koonce Securities, Rockville MD  (possible he is Steve T. Newby, married to Barbara Baldwin, estate home in Greater Washington/North Potomac, collector of Mercedes-Benzes and race horses ??)
Jim Rogers –James Beeland Rogers, co-founder of Quantum Funds with George Soros, registered in Netherlands-Antilles, gives his residence as Singapore
Nils Taube –Nils Otto Taube, born in Estonia, died March 11, 2008 age 79 http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/obituaries/1582226/Nils-Taube.htmlRothschild’s principal investment manager” and also Britain’s as its longest serving fund manager; colleague of George Soros and advisor of Quantum Funds; began his career in 1948 in the City of London at the brokerage of Kitcat & Aitken.
Gary Vernier (help needed)

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