The Pieczenik Phenomenon [What is this guy all about?]  

Posted May 5 2011

Dr. Steve R. Pieczenik appeared on the Alex Jones show on May 3, 4, and 5.  Pieczenik is an author of fiction, as well as a highly credentialed psychiatrist who has served as Deputy Assistant Secretary of State  for three presidential administrations. According to his web page, he is currently an advisor to the Department of Defense.

On the show, Pieczenik stated among other things that:

He [Pieczenik ] appeared on  the Alex Jones show shortly after September 11 2001, at which time he stated bin Laden was dead, and that 9/11 was a false flag operation.

Bin Laden died in 2001 of renal failure, a victim of the degenerative  marfan syndrome.

[This is consistent with other reports that bin Laden was visited by CIA agents in mid 2001, while undergoing renal dialysis in a hospital in Dubai. ]

9/11 was a false flag operation.

He will reveal more information in court once the Bush administration officials are charged w ith war crimes, state terrorism, and crimes against humanity.

[When will that be?]

He also criticized the Obama administration and warns them that another false flag attack will precipitate a revolution (violence) from the American people

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Pieczenik’s  home page:

From his biography:

“Dr. Pieczenik trained in Psychiatry at Harvard and has both an M.D. from Cornell University Medical College and a Ph.D. in International Relations from M.I.T. He was the first psychiatrist ever to receive a PhD. focusing on international relations.

“Dr. Pieczenik helped develop negotiation strategies for major U.S.- Soviet arms control summits under the Reagan administration. He was also involved in advising senior officials on important psycho-political dynamics and conflict mediation strategies for President Carter's successful Camp David Peace Conference. In 1991, Dr. Pieczenik was a chief architect of the Cambodian Peace Conference in Paris

“ He is currently an advisor to the Department of Defense.”




has an entry,


presumably based on his appearance on the Alex Jones “conspiracy program”. There is a wiki page considering deletion of this entry which provides some research. From it we learn that  Pieczenik is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR). The Wiki vote seems to be to keep the article, with some revisions.