May 6, 2011
Alex Jones calls in to warn about the potential for another false flag attack, urging listeners to activate, call the White House and try to stop the attack. Counter-terrorism expert Dr. Steve Pieczenik concurs with Alex’s outlook and urges the good men and women inside the system to say no to this shameful and dangerous tactic.
Infowars.com | Critically acclaimed author of psycho-political thrillers, Steve Pieczenik continues his analysis of the so-called death of Osama bin Laden.
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Steve Pieczenik, MD, PhD (1943- ) was born in Havana, Cuba on December 7, 1943. He lived first in Toulouse, France for six years. His family then migrated to the United States where they settled in New York City. 
Steve Pieczenik attended Booker T. Washington High School in the Harlem neighborhood of New York City. In 1964, he received a B.A. degree in Pre-Medicine and Psychology from Cornell, later attending Cornell University Medical College and receiving a medical degree. Later, he did a psychiatry residency at Harvard, during which time he also attained a Ph.D. in Political Science and International Relations at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Pieczenik claims to be the first psychiatrist ever to receive a PhD. focusing on international relations. 
Pieczenik served as a Deputy Assistant Secretary of State and/or Senior Policy Planner under Secretaries Henry Kissinger, Cyrus Vance, George Schultz and James Baker.[non-primary source needed]   During his time under Secretary Vance, he was involved in negotiations for the release of Aldo Moro after Moro was kidnapped. 
Dr. Pieczenik has also previously worked for the state department as a psychiatrist, and was a press source for early information on the mental state of the hostages involved in the Iranian Hostage Crisis after they were freed.  He has additionally previously been affiliated in a professional capacity as a psychiatrist with the National Institute of Mental Health. 
Dr. Pieczenik has previously consulted with both the United States Institute of Peace and the RAND Corporation 
Pieczenik has made a number of ventures into fiction, both as an author (of State of Emergency and a number of other books) and as a business partner of Tom Clancy for several series of novels. 
Pieczenik received a listed credit as "co-creator" for both Tom Clancy's Op-Center and Tom Clancy's Net Force, two best-selling series of novels, as a result of a business relationship with Tom Clancy. He was not directly involved in writing books in these series, but "assembled a team" including the ghost-writer who did author the novels, and someone to handle the "packaging" of the novels.   The Op-Center series alone had grossed more than 28 million dollars in net profit for the partnership by 2003. 
In September 2010, Dr. John Neustadt was recognized by Elsevier as being one of the Top Ten Cited Authors in 2007 & 2008 for his article, "Mitochondrial dysfunction and molecular pathways of disease." This article was coauthored with Dr. Pieczenik.
Dr. Pieczenik is the co-author of the published textbook, Foundations and Applications of Medical Biochemistry in Clinical Practice.
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