Jack Wheeler

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Dr. Jack Wheeler, a "NewsMax.com Pundit, has had two parallel careers for many years: one in the field of adventure and exploration as the owner of Jack Wheeler Expeditions; the other in the field of political and economic freedom as president of the Freedom Research Foundation." [1]

Wheeler is editor of ToThePointNews, "an online geopolitical intelligence service." [2]

Wheeler's articles are also published by WorldNetDaily.


On Saddam Hussein: "'That someone, anyone, is alive and kicking should not be a hard thing to prove,' observed Dr. Wheeler. 'Produce the guy. All the Iraqis are giving us is the equivalent of Elvis sightings.'" --Jack Wheeler, March 31, 2003.


The following comes from Dr. Wheeler's ToThePointNews.com website.

  • He received his Ph.D. in Philosophy from the University of Southern California, where he lectured on Aristotelian ethics.
  • In the 1980s he conducted a series of extensive visits to anti-Soviet guerrilla insurgencies in Nicaragua, Angola, Mozambique, Ethiopia, Cambodia, Laos, and Afghanistan, and to democracy movements in Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union, becoming an unofficial liaison between them and the Reagan White House. Based on his experiences with anti-Soviet insurgencies, he developed the strategy for dismantling the Soviet Empire adopted by the White House known as the 'Reagan Doctrine.' It worked.
  • He has traveled to over 180 countries and all seven continents, leads 2 to 3 expeditions a year, is a consultant to a number of international corporations on geopolitical strategy, and to a number of Congressional offices on issues regarding political and economic freedom throughout the world and in the United States.

Bringing together insurgents in the Angolan bush

According to an article in The Weekly Standard, Wheeler and Jack Abramoff co-organized the 1985 Jamba Democratic International, a summit of right-wing insurgent groups at the headquarters of UNITA in the Angolan bush.[3] According to the UK Observer newspaper, the event was "...attended by a who's who of the extreme Right: members of the Oliver North group, Laotian guerrillas, Nicaraguan Contras, Afghan mujahideen and South African security police." [4]

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