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In “Patriots: The Paradox of Power,” the reader is transported back to the turbulent era of the 1980s, a time marked by the Cold War tensions and the leadership of President Ronald Reagan. This gripping narrative sheds light on the remarkable and untold story of Gary Anton and his group of friends who, amidst the backdrop of a world on the brink of change, played a vital but concealed role in shaping global events

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Gary Anton

Gary, born on June 11, 1958, in the vibrant city of Astoria, New York, embarked on a remarkable journey that has led him through the realms of culinary artistry and business acumen. At the tender age of three, he and his family relocated to the picturesque town of Freeport, New York, where he began to shape his future.

His passion for the culinary arts ignited early, and he soon realized that his culinary ambitions would be at the core of his life’s work. Gary’s pursuit of culinary excellence commenced at Sullivan County Community College, where he laid the foundation for his culinary education. The culinary world, however, was just one facet of his multifaceted journey.

In 1984, Gary earned his Bachelor of Science degree in business with a minor in computer science from the prestigious State University of New York in Old Westbury, New York. This dual educational background provided him with a unique blend of skills, blending the artistry of culinary creations with the precision and innovation of computer science and business.

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Family History

Growing up, I was deeply influenced

by my family’s admiration for capitalism and democracy. My father’s background, in particular, shed light on the importance of these values. Originally from Ostrava, my father’s family was known for their success and respect throughout the town. However, after World War II, the communist government nationalized everything, including my family’s business. My grandfather was forced to give up…


The Author: Life Little More Than Average

As an individual, I never really fit

into the conventional mold. I wasn’t content with my mundane life and was always seeking adventure and excitement. However, I didn’t seek out government agencies or fraternal organizations to indulge my adventurous spirit. Instead, I took a different path, exploring the complexities of international politics and offering my assistance to those in need despite the inherent dangers…



Patrick and I had a serendipitous

meeting in our freshman year of college. Our shared love for tennis brought us together, and we quickly developed a strong friendship. We spent our free time exploring the vibrant music scene of downtown Manhattan, particularly the Jazz clubs that were the heartbeat of the city’s nightlife. As we spent more time together, Patrick began opening up to…



After returning from our trip to Haiti,

I was eager to share stories about my experiences with others. On the first Friday after our return, I decided to stop by Puddles, a local club, where I started a conversation with a man named Roy. As we chatted, I couldn’t help but express the passion that my partner, Patrick, and I had for starting a…


Kevin Kattke And Jamaica

Kevin lived an intriguing life,

full of significant experiences that shaped the person he went on to become. Born on February 18, 1949, in Rockaway, Queens, to a German-American engineer and an Irish-American woman, Kevin grew up surrounded by a web of connections in both politics and the police force. His parents worked for the Republican Party, and Mayor Jim Walker, a cousin of…


The Rise and Fall of Jamaica

In 1972, Jamaica elected Prime Minister

Michael Manley, who quickly gained popularity by addressing the country’s wealth inequality. One of his notable initiatives was the government’s acquisition of a majority interest in the bauxite mining operations aimed at redistributing wealth. This move marked the beginning of several socialist programs Manley would introduce. Crime posed a significant challenge during this period, and he tackled it…

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The Paradox of Power

In “Patriots: The Paradox of Power,” you will find an engaging narrative that combines history, espionage, personal sacrifice, and the enduring belief in the values of democracy and freedom. This book offers a fresh perspective on a transformative era and celebrates the unsung heroes who left their mark on history. It is a must-read for anyone seeking a deeper understanding of the world’s complex political landscape and the power of individuals to shape it.

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