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But let me tell you, profound and public thanks is exactly what these people deserve. In my previous books, I have written on the 'Acknowledgements' page these words: It drives us, propels us onward. One encouraging word can outshine a thousand critical comments.
And so while you, dear reader, may not recognise all of the following names, each in their own way encouraged me. This book is the richer for their help. On the friendship side: Thanks, again, to Natalie Freer for her companionship and her smile and for reading the book in page chunks once again; to John Schrooten, my mum and my brother, Stephen, for telling me what they really thought.
And to my dad for his quiet support. And to Daryl and Karen Kay, and Don and Irene Kay, for being keen test subjects, hard-nosed engineers and good friends. On the technical side: Special thanks to the remarkable Richard Walsh from BHP Billiton for taking me on a fantastic tour of a coalmine down at Appin-the mine scenes in this book are so much more authentic for that experience!
And thanks to Don Kay for arranging the introduction. It's incredible what these two guys know-as such, any mistakes in the book are mine and were made over their objections!
And again, to everyone at Pan Macmillan, thank you for another great effort. They're a wonderful crew at Pan Macmillan: To anyone who knows a writer, never underestimate the power of your encouragement.
All billionaires. Ten of the 12 were over 60 years of age. The other two were in their thirties, but they were the sons of former members, so their loyalty was assured.
While membership of the Council was not strictly conditional on heredity, over the years it had become commonplace for sons to replace their fathers.
Otherwise membership was by invitation only and invitations were rarely given-as one would expect of such an august collection of individuals. The co-founder of the world's largest software company. A Saudi oil magnate.
The patriarch of a Swiss banking family. The owner of the world's biggest shipping company. The world's most successful stock trader.
The newly-inherited heir to a military construction empire that built missiles for the United States Government.
There were no media barons on the Council-since it was widely known that their fortunes were largely based on debt and fluctuating share prices. The Council controlled the media simply by controlling the banks that fed the media barons their money. Likewise, there were no national leaders-as the Council well knew, politicians possess the lowest form of power: Like media barons, they are beholden to others for their influence. In any case, the Council had made and unmade presidents and dictators before.
And no women. It was the Council's view that there was-as yet-no woman on the planet worthy of a seat at the table.
Not the Queen. Since , the Council had met twice a year, every year. This year, however, it had been convened nine times. This was, after all, a special year. While the Council was a somewhat secretive group, its meetings were never held in secret. Secret meetings of powerful people create attention.
It had always been the Council's opinion that the best-kept secrets existed out in the open, witnessed by the world but never actually seen. As such, Council meetings were usually held during major international gatherings-the annual World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland; various World Trade Organisation meetings; the Council had even met once at Camp David, when the President wasn't there.
Today it met in the grand executive boardroom of the Dorchester Hotel in London. The vote was taken and the decision was unanimous. The list of targets will be released tonight through the usual channels, and bounties will be paid to those contractors who present to Monsieur J. Delacroix of AGM-Suisse the accustomed form of proof that a particular target has been eliminated.