Dean Henderson was raised on a cattle ranch near Faulkton, South Dakota and earned a BLS from the University of South Dakota and an MS in Environmental Studies from the University of Montana where he founded one of America’s first political “zines” called The Missoula Paper and was a columnist for the Montana Kaimin.
A life-long activist and traveler to 50 countries, Henderson’s articles have appeared on Infowarscom, SavetheMales.ca, Globalresearch.ca, DavidIcke.com, ZeroHedge.com and NakedCapitalism.com, among many other websites. His print articles have appeared in Multinational Monitor, In These Times, Paranoia and numerous other journals. He also appears regularly as a political analyst for Iran’s Press TV, RT News, Russian Channel 1, The Syria Times, Rense Radio, Tactical Talk with Zain Khan and The Richie Allen Show.
In June 2018, Dean spoke at New York City’s Deep Truth conference where he delivered a speech titled, “All Roads Lead to the City of London” as part of a panel named Confronting Oligarchy: Resisting Full Spectrum Dominance.
Dean has authored five books:
Big Oil and Their Bankers in the Persian Gulf: Four Horsemen, Eight Families and Their Global Intelligence, Narcotics and Terror Network is a global cult classic among conspiracy researchers.
The Grateful Unrich: Revolution in 50 Countries chronicles insights gained from a lifetime of overseas travel.
Stickin’ it to the Matrix is a practical guide to dropping out of the evil Illuminati system.
The Federal Reserve Cartel reveals the owners of the world’s private central banks and offers a solution to end their global hegemony over the planet and its people.
Illuminati Agenda 21: The Luciferian Plan to Destroy Creation describes the current banker plan to poison, weaken and depopulate humanity using the latest technology.
Dean and his wife Jill live in the Missouri Ozarks where the rivers run clear, the water tastes sweet and the air is clean. They operate and live on a small organic vegetable farm, burn wood for heat, and gather wild berries, mushrooms, fruits and nuts. They don’t work slave wage jobs and buy very little while living a simple and rich life.