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Karen Anderson (Griffin) - Year Entered 1961

Karen Anderson (Griffin)

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09/13/16 04:29 PM #1    

Helen Hohertz (Nelson) (1961)

Karen and I were in the same 1961 freshman class and as graduates shared a two bedroom apartment with Linda Herzog Yergo.  Karen was married to Des Griffin, originally from Ireland. They had two children, a boy and girl, eventually settled in Oregon where Des published a number of books via an independent publishing house, Emissary Publications, primarily about the New World Order. Karen worked with him in publishing. 

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Des Griffin

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Des Griffin is an American author who writes from what he claims to be a firmly Christian standpoint, and who documents what he alleges are the global agendas of the New World Order, as declared by President George H. W. Bush on March 6, 1991. His books show the alleged links between government corruption and the influence of the Rothshchilds Illuminati Agenda, as well as Freemasonry and "world banks" (classical conspiracy theory subjects that became infamous, especially with the works of William Guy Carr). He believes in the secret influence of the Rothschild family and the Rockefellers in world politics. His book Fourth Reich of the Rich was reprinted eight times and his main essays were translated into German. In the 1980s, one of his main accomplishments was his investigating Dr. Martin Luther King's story by revealing what he called "the man behind the myth".

In 1975, he was a primary founder of the independent publishing house Emissary Publications (South Pasadena, California, then Colton, Oregon). He also edits the Midnight Messenger Newspaper (1985 - ), which he often updates himself on the Emissary website, and writes for Conspiracy Nation. Based on his writings on Zionism, the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) has called him an "anti-Semitic conspiracy theorist."[1]

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