Study this story. Our future depends on a vigilant and informed people. The truth is hard to find, but in John Laughland we are fortunate to have a man blessed with the three qualities for which Anatole France wrote, in 'The Revolt of the Angels,' that Lucifer was banished from Heaven: 'liberty, curiosity and doubt'. That is the freedom to seek all facts, the desire to find the truth and the scepticism, since even facts can be the enemy of truth, to scrutinize what you find with care. In our time of consummate obfuscation and manipulation skills and scepticism of a John Laughland are the best resource we have to find the truth that can set us free. -- Ramsey Clark
About the Author
John Laughland is the author of three previous books: The Death of Politics (1994), The Tainted Source (1997) and Le tribunal penal international (2003). He is currently working on A History of Political Trials from Charles I to Saddam Hussein and on a book about the 19th century German philosopher, Schelling, while his Israel on Israel (co-edited with Michel Korinman) is due out this autumn. He is a regular contributor to the Spectator, the Guardian and the Mail on Sunday.