Shadow Masters may just be one of the best pieces of investigative journalism of the year and Daniel Estulin may just be one of the best investigative reporters in the world. Time will tell. The truth will out.
Oro, Ontario (Vocus) March 12, 2010
International best selling author Daniel Estulin has been nominated for Global Outlook’s Annual Award for Outstanding Investigative Reporting. The prestigious nomination is based on work the author performed when writing his just-released book Shadow Masters (subtitled How Governments and Their Intelligence Agencies are Working with International Drug Dealers and Terrorists for Mutual Benefit and Profit).
Global Outlook’s publisher Ian Woods singles out Estulin’s investigative work in the case of Victor Bout, the so-called Merchant of Death. In Shadow Masters, we are shown that even though Bout was on America’s Most Wanted List, and is now in prison in Thailand, there is not a shred of substantiated evidence against him or his co-conspirators. In fact, the book further shows that if anyone is to blame for fostering the international drug trade, it is the government itself. Hundreds of billions of (illegal) dollars are at stake, an amount that would bankrupt our country if the drug trade were stopped. According to Woods, Estulin has “caught the US government (at its highest levels) with its pants down, cheating on the American people (and the world at large) – revealing its ugly underbelly in this incredible expose.”
The author, whose previous book The True Story of the Bilderberg Group has sold millions of copies and is in the process of being made into a major motion picture, is a constant thorn in the side of the powerful elite who rule the world. Woods agrees, and concludes that “Shadow Masters may just be one of the best pieces of investigative journalism of the year and Daniel Estulin may just be one of the best investigative reporters in the world. Time will tell. The truth will out.”
Shadow Masters is published by TrineDay Books, a company that specializes in releasing books on inconvenient truths.