Homer Lea

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Homer Lea, a Caucasian American writer, was best known as the white American Chief of Staff, soldier of fortune military adviser to Chinese revolutionary leader Dr. Sun Yat-sen during the 1911 Chinese Republican Revolution. As a published author, his most well known works included, “The Vermilion Pencil,” a popular romance novel about China, made into a play named the Crimson Spider; and “The Valor of Ignorance” and “The Dayof the Saxon,” part of a three volume trilogy that focused on American and British defense issues, respectively. Lea died in 1912 before he could complete the third volume of his trilogy — – which according to Homer Lea researcher Roger Yung, but disputed by Homer Lea researcher Lawrence Kaplan — could have been titled, The Swarming of the Slavs — that would have examined democracy and the inter-relations of world powers.
— EoP v WiP NWO Negotiations: 24 Oct: Homer Lea Research Center, Homer Lea Site.

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