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Gary Allen

Gary Allen
Born (1936-08-02)August 2, 1936
Place of birth missing
Died November 29, 1986(1986-11-29) (aged 50)
Long Beach, California
Residence Long Beach, California
Nationality American
Alma mater

Stanford University

California State University, Long Beach
Occupation Author; Journalist; Conservative political activist
Political party

Four children, including:

Michael Allen

Gary Allen (August 2, 1936 – November 29, 1986) was an American conservative journalist, book author, and sociopolitical researcher.[1]


As a student, Allen majored in governor of Alabama and a one-time segregationist, during the 1968 U.S. presidential election against Richard M. Nixon and Hubert H. Humphrey. He was an advisor to the conservative Texas millionaire Nelson Bunker Hunt.[4]

Allen was the father of four children, including Mike Allen, the political news journalist who, as a Politico reporter, writes in a less editorialised manner than his father.[6]

Allen died in 1986 in Long Beach, California, at the age of 50 of a liver ailment.[1]


In 1972, Allen wrote with [7]

In this book, Congressmen Schmitz says in the Introduction, "The story you are about to read is true." Allen goes on to assert that the present political and economic systems in most developed nations are the result of a sweeping conspiracy by the Establishment's power elite, which started in the early 1900s. According to this theory, this has been a four-step process:

  1. Establish an income tax system as a means of extorting money from the common man;
  2. Establish a central bank, deceptively named so that people will think it is part of the government;
  3. Have this bank be the holder of the national debt;
  4. Run the national debt, and the interest thereon, sky high through wars (or any sort of deficit spending), starting with World War I.[8]

He quotes the Council on Foreign Relations as having stated, in its study no. 7 : ”The U.S. must strive to: A. BUILD A NEW INTERNATIONAL ORDER.” (Capitals in the original).[9]

As an investigator of U.S. financial, industrial, and political elites, Allen wrote other books about the Council on Foreign Relations and the Trilateral Commission, asserting that the term "New World Order" was used by a secretive elite dedicated to the destruction of all national sovereignties.[10]

Allen's last book, Say "No!" to the new world order, was published posthumously in January 1987.

Investigative reporter Chip Berlet argues that Allen's work provides an example of a synthesis of right-wing populism and conspiracism, a blend of ideas known as producerism.[11]


  • Communist Revolution in the Streets, Western Islands, 1967
  • Nixon's Palace Guard, Western Islands, Western Islands, 1971
  • Richard Nixon: The Man Behind the Mask, Western Islands, 1971
  • None Dare Call It Conspiracy, Concord Press, 1972 (ISBN 0899666612)
  • Jimmy Carter, Jimmy Carter, '76 Press, 1976
  • Kissinger: The Secret Side of the Secretary of State, 76 Press, 1976
  • The Rockefeller File, '76 Press, 1976
  • Tax Target, Washington, '76 Press, 1978
  • Ted Kennedy: In Over His Head, '76 Press, 1981
  • Say "No!" to the New World Order, Concord Press, 1987


  1. ^ a b [1]. The New York Times. December 2, 1986.
  2. ^ Ronald Lora, William Henry Longton, The Conservative Press in Twentieth-Century America, Greenwood Press, 1999, p.507
  3. ^ None Dare Call It Conspiracy, 1971
  4. ^ a b anonymous; "Gary Allen, 50, Dies in West; Spread Conservatives' View", Associated Press, published in The New York Times on December 2, 1986.
  5. ^ Willie Maartens, Mapping Reality A Critical Perspective on Science and Religion, iUniverse, 2006, p. 272
  6. ^ Leibovich, Mark; "The Man The White House Wakes Up To", New York Times Magazine; 19 April 2010.
  7. ^ Gary Allen, with  
  8. ^ Michael Billig and Jovan Byford, "The emergence of antisemitic conspiracy theories in Yugoslavia during the war with NATO", Patterns of Prejudice, October 2001
  9. ^  
  10. ^  
  11. ^  

External links

  • Daily Bell: Gary Allen Biography -- No longer available
  • (1972)None Dare Call It ConspiracyInternet Archive Community Books:
  • Open Library: Gary Allen
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