George Adamski: The Toughest Job in the World by Tony Brunt (Free e-book)
Tony Brunt is a writer living in Auckland, New Zealand. He is a graduate of Auckland University where he started up the Auckland University UFO Research Group in 1969 which investigated sightings in New Zealand and produced occasional reports. The NZ Police cooperated in this reporting network.
He has worked as a reporter on the NZ Herald, the country’s largest daily newspaper, and has subsequently worked in industry.. Tony was prominent in New Zealand politics for many years and served as a City Councillor in the nation’s Capital. He served as a host or co-host in visits to his country by American UFO identities, Dr James E. McDonald and Dr Allen Hynek.
After focusing on career and family interests for many years, Tony returned to involvement in the UFO scene in 2009 when he published a three-part “Secret History” series of articles on the NZ website ’UFOCUS NZ’ www.ufocusnz.org.nz. Tony believes that while he has been “pretty tough” on George Adamski in his recently published book he has also been fair, and given Adamski credit for his many authentic and remarkable experiences. He also believes that “Justice demands that we should turn an equally cold eye on those who opposed Adamski and enforced, deliberately or unwittingly, something far more awful than anything he propounded: a despotic, totalitarian paradigm – Earthman Supreme and Alone.
Inside this asylum of conformity that the establishment erected was an intellectual atmosphere so toxic to dissent that it could dissolve reputations and livelihoods at the merest touch. Face-to-face contact with extraterrestrials became almost a conceptual impossibility, even if it occurred.” Tony has called the arrival of the “visitors” - the discovery that we are not alone - “Modernity’s Primary Fact”.