Daan de Wit
journalist, writer, editor & reporter
Daan de Wit is a one of kind example of an research journalist, not afraid to use his excellent communication skills to reveal the truth on all kind of important topics, such as economics, politics, food, media etc. He was a researcher and editor for a public television series which will show the real life effects of the austerity plans and its background. Previously he was working on a project setting up a journalistic web portal for the Dutch national television and radio.
Daan de Wit
In September 2008 his first book was published, a journalistic book on the developing situation surrounding Irans nuclear program. The book (written in Dutch, De Volgende Oorlog) is called The Next War - The Attack on Iran - A Preview. It draws parallels between the run up to the Iraq war and the run up to the next war, with Iran. The book is based on his series for DeepJournal and contains 1650 unique footnotes. In December 2010 he published his second book (in Dutch, Dossier Mexicaanse griep) The Swine Flu Files. The book is about the secret contracts, the experimental vaccines and the extensive influence of the pharmaceutical industry. His third book is on food in which he, again, knows very well to unveil what is hidden.