Aral Bereux is a freelance journalist, author and editor. She has written on many topics including AI, climate change, geopolitics, history, finance, religion and philosophy. Bereux’s writing has appeared in various online publications including Zero Hedge, AnonHQ, and Antimedia.com, and she was the only Australian author shortlisted by Lulu for her short story contribution to the Anthology.
Her first chronicle of the J Rae series documents a different Isis with an ideology; RFID chips; attack drones, and a totalitarian world created by capitalism. Written in 2012 but conceived in the early 90s before ISIS and the war on terror existed, the J Rae Books document a dystopian society that is truly avoidable but well on the way to reality.
Her first book documented RFID chips, a drone police state, one world state, and the struggle for freedom amidst martial law. Written in 2012, but conceived in the early 90s, the Chronicles have been accused of capturing the brutality of what it is to be human in a time of crisis.
As a journalist and editor, she's interviewed mining companies; policy experts; established environmentalists and activists, such as Marc Cheng; biohackers; the Anonymous Collective; authors, and more.
Aral Bereux's passion lies within the Dystopian genre and the world as it relates, with a strong focus on censorship, surveillance, and the need for critical thinking.