Sunday, March 23, 2008

Persecution, Privilege, & Power


Persecution, Privilege, & Power (Paperback)
by Mark Green (Editor)
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Editorial Reviews

"PERSECUTION, PRIVILEGE & POWER" is a controversial but compelling collection of articles that critically explores the impact and influence of organized Zionism on American life and global politics. In one volume, thirty contributing editors weigh in on the hottest and most taboo subject in the Western world; namely, the overpowering reach and influence of organized Jewish groups towards directing policies in Washington that are favorable to the State of Israel or the perceived well-being of Jews world-wide. The taboo against critically exploring the downside of these tribal machinations is cast aside in this searing and informative anthology.

Among the distinguished commentators found in "PERSECUTION, PRIVILEGE & POWER" are: James Petras, Charlie Reese, Alison Weir, Ray McGovern, Kevin MacDonald, Stephen Lendman, John V. Whitbeck, Israel Shamir, Mark Weber, Richard Curtiss, Gilad Atzmon, Joseph Sobran and others...

Throughout this volume, Israel's dubious role as an American 'asset' goes under the microscope, as does that nation's favored status with whichever Party rules Washington.

The writing is direct and penetrating and the conclusions are often explosive. Domestic politics--even world history--will never quite be the same after reading this incisive compilation of web-based analyses. "PERSECUTION, PRIVILEGE & POWER" is a fast read that also makes a provocative and memorable gift.

Product Details:

* Paperback: 440 pages
* Publisher: BookSurge Publishing (February 28, 2008)

GREAT BOOK! March 17, 2008
By Michael Santomauro (New York, NY USA)

QUESTION: Is there really a powerful Jewish lobby?

ANSWER: An Israeli politician proposed joining the USA as the 51st state. "Are you mad?" his colleagues retorted, "if we were another state, we would have two senators and a few congressmen. Now we have at least 80 senators and hundreds of congressmen!"

The best collection of essays ever compiled! GREAT BOOK!

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