Staff Writer, DL Mullan
Tribute / News
None of us are perfect. Not by a long shot, but some people make their mark in history by being as strict with their facts as they are with themselves.
Michael C. Ruppert was one of those people.
An ex Los Angeles police officer, he uncovered corruption at the highest levels including the CIA. In the coming years, he wrote books, lectured, and created a popular newsletter. His influence did not end there.
Mr. Ruppert had the ear of Congressmen and world leaders because he did not sway from the truth.
Some other people did not like his no-nonsense style and strict adherence to the Rules of Evidence. Still others could not get enough of Mr. Ruppert's fact based logic. No one has to agree with everything he theorized based on evidentury support, but no one can argue that he didn't make a lasting impression on them in one way or the other.
For tonight's Movie Night, the VDP Gazette is going to offer some highlights of Michael C. Ruppert's expertise.
Michael C. Ruppert
February 3, 1951 – April 13, 2014
Lectures, Speeches, and Confrontations
- Crossing the Rubicon: The Decline of the American Empire at the End of the Age of Oil by Ruppert, Michael C. and Austin Fitts, Catherine (Oct 1, 2004)
- Confronting Collapse: The Crisis of Energy and Money in a Post Peak Oil World by Ruppert, Michael C. and Campbell, Colin (Jul 26, 2010)
- A Presidential Energy Policy: Twenty-Five Points Addressing the Siamese Twins of Energy and Money by Michael C. Ruppert (Apr 15, 2009)