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Aurora Paperback – September 29, 2016
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About the Author
Philosopher, novelist, filmmaker, investigative journalist, poet, playwright, and photographer, Andre Vltchek is a revolutionary, internationalist and globetrotter. In all his work, he confronts Western imperialism and the Western regime imposed on the world. He has covered dozens of war zones and conflicts from Iraq and Peru to Sri Lanka, Bosnia, Rwanda, Syria, DR Congo and Timor-Leste. His latest books are Exposing Lies of the Empire, Fighting Against Western Imperialism and On Western Terrorism with Noam Chomsky. Point of No Return is his major work of fiction, written in English. Nalezeny is his novel written in Czech. Other works include a book of political non-fiction, Western Terror: From Potosi to Baghdad and Indonesia: Archipelago of Fear, also Exile (with Pramoedya Ananta Toer, and Rossie Indira) and Oceania – Neocolonialism, Nukes & Bones. His plays are ‘Ghosts of Valparaiso’ and ‘Conversations with James’. He is a member of Advisory Committee of the BRussells Tribunal. The investigative work of Andre Vltchek appears in countless publications worldwide. Andre Vltchek has produced and directed several documentary films for the left-wing South American television network teleSUR. They deal with diverse topics, from Turkey/Syria to Okinawa, Kenya, Egypt and Indonesia, but all expose the effects of Western imperialism on the Planet. His feature documentary film 'Rwanda Gambit' has been broadcasted by Press TV, and aims at reversing the official narrative on the 1994 genocide, as well as exposing the Rwandan and Ugandan plunder of DR Congo on behalf of Western imperialism. He produced the feature length documentary film about the Indonesian massacres of 1965 in 'Terlena – Breaking of The Nation', as well as in his film about the brutal Somali refugee camp, Dadaab, in Kenya: 'One Flew Over Dadaab'. His Japanese crew filmed his lengthy discussion with Noam Chomsky on the state of the world, which is presently being made into a film. He frequently speaks at revolutionary meetings, as well as at the principal universities worldwide. He presently lives in Asia and the Middle East. His website is http://andrevltchek.weebly.com/ And his Twitter is: @AndreVltchek