Who’s Who in Public Intelligence: John Maguire

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maguire newJohn was born and raised in Upstate New York. A self-proclaimed Natural Philosopher and autodidact, he attained his undergraduate degree in History Education in 2007. Believing truth and authenticity are the only things worth pursuing, most of his days revolve around such aims.

He has published several research articles on the subject of Cold Fusion (aka CF-LENR), and has also conducted a number of audio-interviews with preeminent researchers in the field, all posted on the net. He contributes regularly at Phi Beta Iota, the public intelligence blog, and is an active member of the Condensed Matter Nuclear Science (CMNS) community; a private online discussion group where all the top CF-LENR scientific professionals gather to dialogue about the most recent developments in the field.

His work has been featured on E-CatWorld.com and ColdFusionNow.org, and he is also on the advisory board of the newly formed Infusion Institute (aka III); a non-profit 501© whose mission is to connect worthy CF-LENR experimentalists with research grants. John Maguire’s YouTube Channel John Maguire’s Blog Phi Beta Iota / John Maguire

Who’s Who in Public Intelligence: Rickard Falkvinge

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Rickard Falkvinge

Rickard ”Rick” Falkvinge (Swedish pronunciation: [ˈfalkˌvɪŋɛ]), born Dick Augustsson on 21 January 1972 in Gothenburg, is a Swedish IT entrepreneur known as the founder and first party leader of the Swedish Pirate Party.[1] He is currently a political evangelist with the party, spreading the ideas across the world.[2] He resides in |Sollentuna north of Stockholm.

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Who’s Who in Public Intelligence: Pierre Lacoste

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Pierre Lacoste

Admiral Pierre Lacoste, born 23 January 1924 in Paris , is a naval officer and a senior French official. He was particularly military chief of staff of Premier French Raymond Barre and Director General of External Securityfrom 1982 to 1985.

In 2005, he was responsible for structuring the profession of economic intelligence in France , and in 2006 became president of the Federation of Competitive Intelligence Professionals.

During World War II , he escaped from occupied France in 1943, and joined the French forces in North Africa.  Graduated from the Naval Academy , he began a successful career as a naval officer, including Indochina.  After several commands at sea, in 1975 he was appointed deputy chief of the military cabinet of the Minister of Defence.  A year later, he headed the Naval War College.  In October 1978 he became head of the military cabinet of Prime Minister French Raymond Barre .  In September 1980 he was given command of the Wing of the Mediterranean .

From 1986 to 1989, he chaired the Foundation for National Defense Studies (fedn). In 1989 he was chairman of the National Liaison Committee “Defense – Army – Nation” for the Center for Civic Information . In September 1993, he co-chairs the Centre for Science Studies Defence College (ESDC) of the University of Marne-la-Vallee , where he created an interdisciplinary research seminar on “The Culture of French intelligence.”

For many years he taught courses in intelligence seeking to improve inter-agency and inter-disciplinary collaboration.  Today he is fully retired at the age of 88, but still publishing professional articles on the discipline of intelligence.

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Who’s Who in Public Intelligence: Joel Hirschhorn

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Joel Hirschhorn

Now a writer, consultant and public speaker who focuses on politics and government, he was formerly a full professor at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, a senior staffer for the U.S. Congress (Office of Technology Assessment), head of an environmental consulting company, and Director of Environment, Energy and Natural Resources at the National Governors Association.  His latest book is Delusional Democracy – Fixing the Republic Without Overthrowing the Government, an original analysis of the decline of American democracy coupled with a set of practical solutions for fixing it.  His previous book was Sprawl Kills – How Blandburbs Steal Your Time, Health and Money, a holistic evaluation of suburban sprawl, sprawl politics, and the housing and community alternatives to sprawl.  He is a co-founder of Friends of the Article V Convention, its National Press Secretary, and writes regularly for many websites, often advocating the nation’s first Article V convention as the more practical route to restoring American democracy than regular elections controlled by the two-party plutocracy.  He can be reached through www.delusionaldemocracy.com.

Who’s Who in Public Intelligence: Jameson Quinn

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Jameson Quinn

Jameson Quinn has been interested in election theory for over ten years. He has worked as a programmer and as a Guatemalan public school principal and teacher. He has served as statistical analyst for an independent survey of the quality of Guatemalan voter rolls, and initiated the creation of the consensus Declaration of Electoral Reform Advocates. He grew up in California, studied applied math and cognitive science in Massachusetts and Ohio, and lives in Guatemala.