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'Hannity Show' praises 'incredible' new book
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That’s how “Sean Hannity Show” guest-host Bob Just introduced his interview with historian and “Disinformation” co-author Ronald Rychlak and David Kupelian, WND’s vice president who served as editor of the influential book.
Just, a veteran talk-show host sitting in for vacationing Sean Hannity, set the tone early by quoting former CIA Director R. James Woolsey’s enthusiastic assessment of “Disinformation”: “This remarkable book will change the way you look at intelligence, foreign affairs, the press, and much else besides.”
Calling it an “incredible book,” Just interviewed Kupelian and Rychlak for most of the third hour of the Dec. 27 program. The “Sean Hannity Radio Show,” with over 500 affiliates nationwide, is heard by roughly 13.5 million loyal listeners each week.
Listen to the “Hannity Show” interview here:
"Disinformation: Former Spy Chief Reveals Secret Strategies for Undermining Freedom, Attacking Religion, and Promoting Terrorism" was published in June by WND Books. Both Kupelian and Rychlak are also featured in the companion WND Films documentary, “Disinformation: The Secret Strategy to Destroy the West,” which shot to the top of the Amazon bestseller list for film documentaries within two days of its summer 2013 release.
Interestingly, the main author of “Disinformation,” Lt. Gen. Ion Mihai Pacepa, could not appear on the Hannity show, or any news media for that matter, nor does he ever even appear in public as the highest ranking Soviet bloc spy chief ever to defect to America.
That’s because, at 85, Pacepa lives in the U.S. under a secret identity due to ongoing assassination threats and multi-million-dollar bounties on his head. As Kupelian has said of Pacepa, "there's a price to pay for turning your back on evil."
Pacepa is a rare eyewitness to history – someone once involved with mass deception at the very highest levels of the vast Soviet bloc intelligence machine, and who, due to a crisis of conscience, “left the dark side” and defected to America. After doing so in 1978, Pacepa became a major asset to the America’s intelligence community. Indeed, the CIA has praised Pacepa's cooperation for providing "an important and unique contribution to the United States," and President Ronald Reagan (seen below holding Pacepa's first book, "Red Horizons") referred to it as "my bible for dealing with dictators."
Rychlak, a law professor at the University of Mississippi School of Law, teaches courses in constitutional law criminal procedure and terrorism and the law. Before co-authoring "Disinformation with Pacepa, he authored several other books, including “Hitler, the War, and the Pope.”
Kupelian has been vice president and managing editor of WND since 1999, and is also editor of Whistleblower magazine, a widely read online columnist and the author of ”The Marketing of Evil” and “How Evil Works.”
Bob Just, in addition to being a veteran radio talker and WND columnist is founder and president of several organizations, including Concerned Fathers Against Crime, Concerned Mothers Alliance for Children, and Concerned Youth. He worked with Hannity on the research and development of Hannity's New York Times bestselling book, "Deliver us from Evil." His television appearances include Fox News' "Hannity," ABC's "Politically Incorrect," "Hannity & Colmes," "Fox & Friends" and "The Coral Ridge Hour."
"Disinformation" includes the following remarkable revelations:
Best-selling author and Cold War historian, Professor Paul Kengor, sums up “Disinformation” this way: “Here is a work that many of us have been waiting for, a book that – dare I say – history has been waiting for.”
NOTE: The "Disinformation" book and film can be purchased separately, or – for a limited time – bundled together at a fantastically reduced price.
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