Dr. Georgy Gounev was born in Bulgaria and educated in Sofia University. He obtained his PhD from Moscow Institute of International Relations in History. In 1988, after teaching at Sofia University and publishing four books, he came to the US as a Fulbright Scholar and taught in the University of Ohio.
Dr. Gounev presently teaches Comparative Russian and American History and International Studies at two Southern California Colleges. In addition, he lectures extensively at various political clubs and churches and is a political consultant. His first book in English is entitled “Fighting Evil with the Help of Satan.” The book is an historical analysis of the strategies of Stalin, Hitler, Roosevelt and Churchill during World War II. Gounev is presently working on a book entitled “The Dark Side of the Crescent Moon.” This book will present a compelling argument that the US and Russia will become strong allies as Europe comes under the Muslim influence. Gounev traveled through Europe and the Balkans in the fall of 2009 to conduct one-on-one interviews as part of his research. Amongst prominent persons he interviewed Bishop Artemije of Kosovo. In addition,he lectured in the University of Sofia to over 100 faculty and students and has been an active contributor to American Thinker.
Pat English was born in the United Kingdom and completed her undergraduate degree in the University of Hawaii and post-graduate work at the Defense Contract Audit Institute in Memphis, Tennessee. She worked for nearly 20 years as an analyst/auditor for the US government serving for several years in Russia, Siberia, Ukraine, Georgia, Armenia, Kosovo, Kazakstan, Kyrgyzstan, Israel, Iceland, Europe and Africa. Her contribution to the book “The Dark Side of the Crescent Moon” is extensive research and editing. In the fall of 2009 she traveled through Europe to do further research for the book on the Islamization of Europe. During this time she conducted interviews in England, Holland and other European Countries.