John Ervin is a freelance writer involved for the past ten years with investigations of electronic voting fraud and its derivatives, and on occasion several of the other highly organized corporatic crimes. He has been the radio guest of Jim Hogue at www.wgdr.org, Goddard College in Vermont (one of Pacifica Radio's 200 affiliates). [While a longtime member of the American Federation of Musicians (local 4) he has performed as a concert pianist. He has also served as member of the Cleveland Orchestra's choruses, in live performances at Severance Hall and Blossom Music Festival, as well as those recorded in group performances for EMI in England, and broadcasts for the BBC, and WCLV in Cleveland, some highlighted by North American terrestrial radio transmissions, and the whole distributed world-wide on the internet by WCLV. The chorale CD in Great Britain for EMI was nominated for a Grammy.] During and after the Bush v. Gore fiasco, he became by degrees an accidental journalist as he began to study in greater depth the activities and rise of America's secret government, much of its CIA founding years with intersticed and substantive roots in Nazism, and the heavy-handed influence of the American intelligence communities in disrupting or re-directing many of our democratic processes and institutions. This research has served as a resilient motivation to share historical facts and questions surrounding the hidden and deeper politics that contribute to the long-standing and ongoing deformation of our society as a whole, and also in tragic personal accounts of many. For over ten years Ervin has been an advocate for the heightened and more coordinated alliance of independent media throughout the world ~low power radio broadcasters, community radio programmers and volunteers, independent film makers, indy musicians and journalists, et al.~ to form and maintain a clearing-house of information that in assessment of intel risks bears upon the security of communities world-wide, a global "neighborhood watch", a sure defense against our common antagonist: top-down, privatized governmental intelligence, chief among them: American. Ervin continues to lobby for the establishment of a parallel "intelligence analysis in exile" ~ one that can become a far more faithful mirror of what CIA was originally intended to be: strictly a non-operational intelligence-gatherer. But evolved by us as a grass-roots creation and built for the safety of all our peoples.
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