David Chase Taylor
David Chase Taylor was born in Fredrikstad, Norway, on April 15, 1977, and lives in Zürich, Switzerland. He is an American journalist, researcher, writer, teacher and peace activist. He is the editor in chief of Truther.org, a false-flag and state-sponsored terror whistleblower website which serves as a conduit for worldwide peace related news and information. Truther's motto is "Peace by Revelation" with the stated purpose of obtaining world peace though non-violent pro-active peace action. Taylor has published material regarding the Super Bowl XLV nuclear terror plot, western nuclear proliferation, the set-up of Pakistan as the scapegoat of nuclear terror, and the future staged assassination of U.S. President Barack Obama.
(PHOTO: Taylor Family: David, 3rd from Right)
Although born in Europe, David Chase Taylor's family moved to the United States in 1978 and settled in the small town of Mt. Angel, Oregon, until 1984. From 1984 until 1990, Taylor spent most of his early childhood living in the U.S. states of Washington and California, namely the cities and towns of Yakima, Washington, Harrah, Washington, West Richland, Washington, and Hesperia, California. It was while living on a Native American Indian reservation in Harrah, Washington, that Taylor first began to sense that there was something very wrong about U.S. governmental policies. In 1990, Taylor's family moved from California to Woodburn, Oregon, before permanently residing in the Salem-Keizer area where he attended Whiteaker Middle School from 1989 until 1991. Upon completion of the 8th grade, Taylor attended McNary High School in Keizer, Oregon, where he graduated with a high school diploma in 1995.
Education & University Studies
After high school, David Chase Taylor attended Chemeketa Community College in Salem, Oregon, where he obtained an Associate of Arts (AA) degree in 1998. Taylor took a variety of subjects but excelled in public speaking and psychology. After completing his AA degree, Taylor briefly lived in Clearwater, Florida, and Bend, Oregon, before moving to San Diego, California, in the summer of 2000 to finish his education and broaden his horizons. Once in California, Taylor worked a variety of jobs while financially positioning himself to attend San Diego State University. In 2002, Taylor obtained a Notary Public certificate from the State of California and worked as a notary throughout the greater San Diego area until 2006. In 2004, Taylor was accepted into San Diego State University and subsequently graduated with a Bachelor's degree in Communication and Political Science in 2008 (see attachment below). Upon completion of his Bachelor's degree, Taylor was accepted into the Master of Arts in Communication Studies program at San Diego State University. Upon the completion his first year in the program, Taylor was accepted (see attachment below) into the University of Lugano in Lugano, Switzerland, where he planned to finish his Master's degree and apply for their Doctorate program. Due to research, release and fallout of The Nuclear Bible, Taylor's academic goals have temporarily been put on hold.Although unable to complete his Master’s degree, Taylor continued his education by obtaining his CELTA (Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults) from the University of Cambridge in Cambridge, England (see attachment below).
As a former Republican, David Chase Taylor, voted for George W. Bush in both the 2000 and 2004 elections, participated in the Young Republicans at San Diego State University, and even attended a Young Republican Convention in Sacramento, California. Taylor was a firm believer in the post 9/11 Bush Doctrine of "Take the fight to the enemy overseas before they can attack us again here at home". While on vacation in Switzerland in the summer of 2007, Taylor's Republican affiliation abruptly changed. While staying at a friend’s house in Therwil, Switzerland, Taylor accidently discovered that the 9/11 Terror Attacks were perpetrated by criminal elements within the U.S. and Israeli governments, rather than "Al Qaeda".
After months of further research into both mainstream and alternative and 9/11 theories, Taylor began to feel mortally embarrassed by his former support of Bush, the Republican Party, and the 9/11 war policies. Taylor began to experience a sense of responsibility for the hundreds of thousands of innocent civilians that were killed as a result of 9/11 and its subsequent wars. Taylor's 9/11 truth epiphany has since compelled him into a life of pro-active peace action which continues even today. In November of 2007, Taylor founded Truther.org, a website documenting 9/11 evidence covered-up by the U.S. government and the mainstream media. Shortly thereafter in 2008, Taylor established the first ever official collegiate "9/11 Truth" group on campus at San Diego State University where he informed students and faculty about 9/11 truth and hosted a number of 9/11 Truth speakers, celebrities and musicians. Notable speakers brought to San Diego State University by Taylor include Dr. David Ray Griffin, Dr. Steven Jones, Richard Gage of Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth, Dylan Avery of Loose Change, Daniel Sunjata of Rescue Me, and many other speakers, artists, musicians and peace activists.
(PHOTO: Super Bowl Sunday, February 6, 2011)
The Nuclear Bible
After months of research, Taylor released a document just prior to the 2010 Super Bowl entitled Super Bowl XLIV: Obama's Nuclear 9/11. Unlike the 2011 release of The Nuclear Bible, no U.S. intelligence services demanded to speak with Taylor in 2010. While Taylor was indeed off by a year in his original "Super Bowl Nuke" hypothesis, he refused to give up on the the premise that a nuclear attack on America was just around the corner. After nearly 14 moths of research and writing, Taylor released The NuclearBible on January 28, 2011. Since that day, Taylor's life has forever changed. Despite the hardships, trials, and tribulations that have ensued since the release of the book, when asked, Taylor states that he would do it all over again knowing that he saved millions of lives by blowing the whistle on nuclear terrorism
In May of 2012, Taylor released The Bio-Terror Bible which ultimately connects the dots of an upcoming pandemic through the lens of over 1,000 data points of news and information in the spectrum of bio-terrorism.