Author, Mark Gaffney informs the public of a secret World War II treasure drove, known as the Hammer Fund or the Black Eagle Trust recovered from the Japanese by the United States military, worth today, trillions of dollars which is being kept hidden from the American people by their government and controlled by financial and intelligence communities to support and initiate black operations world wide.
Mark Gaffney is a researcher, writer, poet, environmentalist, peace activist, and organic gardener. Mark was the principal organizer of the first Earth Day at Colorado State University in April 1970.
Mark’s first book, "Dimona the Third Temple?" (1989), was a pioneering study of the Israeli nuclear weapons program. The book told the remarkable story of Mordechai Vanunu, the Israeli nuclear technician who endured a fate worse than death: the hellish ordeal of 18 years in an Israeli prison, eleven and a half of them in solitary confinement.
"Between 1989-1993 Mark worked for National Audubon Society inventorying and mapping Oregon's remaining old growth forests. Mark was assigned to five national forests in eastern Oregon. The maps he helped to develop are now a key part of the GIS database and are used every day in land management, and to protect endangered species and threatened ecosystems.
During the winter of 1991 Mark worked with Greenpeace to organize the No More Chernobyls anti nuclear conference held in Washington, DC in the spring of that year.
Over the years Mark's articles, op/eds, and essays have appeared in numerous journals, magazines and newspapers.