Sunday, June 7, 2009

Start reading...

These books and articles are not really available to the general public, or, if they are, are simply unknown or known only to a select elite scholars interested in the subject.

These are highly controversial; make of them what you will.



A psychoanalytic history of the Jews by Avner Falk is a fascinating read, as the author examines the specific Jewish psyche and the motivations (and fears) of this particular people. Key word here is "narcissism".


The Controversy of Zion, by Douglas Reed. A classic book, by an author portrayed in the world as an anti-semite, while he claims that his stand was against zionism. This is THE grand history of the Jews and their high impact on this world of ours.


(Warning - PDF!) The history of conflict between Hezbollah and Israel, by Matt M. Matthews. This is part of the Command and General Staff College of the US Army.


The Rulers of Russia, by Rev. Denis Fahey. Again, take from that what you will, but the point of the Jewish involvement in the nascent Soviet Union is fact. Some analysis on who run Russia from 1917 to the late 1930's, with some sources and writers who were deleted from the annals.


The Power of Israel in the United States, an article profiling a book of the same title by James Petras (book on amazon is here). This is a very short, few pages summary of the book, with hard hitting facts and the monies the "special relationship" costs USofA itemized.


And finally, a real oddball - Proofs of a Conspiracy by John Robison, a study written in the 1800's of the Illuminati.


Happy reading!

PS
Sorry about my lack of activity on this blog - I could give you all excuses, but it chiefly comes down to my laziness and only so many hours in a day until I collapse on the sofa and watch Jon Stewart.

PSPS
I realize that including such sources as Douglas Reed and Rev. Denis Fahey is enough to brand me an anti-semite, racist, bigot and a bunch of other funny names. I urge you to read them for their historical value (Reed's history is truly epic in scale, and Falk's is close in scope) and make up your own mind.


PSPS and uh... PS
Added three new blogs to the (uh, lets call it) AG's Blogs of Honour (catchy!):
Sic Semper Tyrannis , a truly excellent blog run by Colonel W. Patrick Lang ("a retired senior officer of U.S. Military Intelligence and U.S. Army Special Forces").

Once Upon a Time... written by a great commenter on today's news, who catches the hypocrisy of the establishment and their gatekeepers/defenders in the media, well worth a read.

And finally...

123 Real Change, written by no other but Sibel Edmonds.

And if you don't know who Sibel is, I urge you to spend less time getting your news from the mainstream media and explore alternatives.

Happy reading everyone!

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

I would also like to recommend any of the books written by professor Kevin MacDonald to your list. More specifically Culture of Critique: An Evolutionary Analysis of Jewish Involvement in Twentieth-Century Intellectual and Political Movements.

Barbara L said...

Great list.

However you left out Eustace Mullins. I have put some of his materials on my site and have found he is one of those underground "have to reads" also. Some of his interviews are also in Google Videos. He was protege of Ezra Pound if that tells you anything!

I am wading through Douglas Reed at the moment myself. Amazing insight.

Also, I just posted a most chilling interview. You may or may not have heard of it. It is
THE HIDDEN TYRANNY ~ AN INTERVIEW WITH HAROLD WALLACE ROSENTHAL. I highly highly recommend it.

Depending upon where you access it, the quality of grammar etc is not the best. I have cleared it all up in my print. The interview was given in 74, Rosenthal was assassinated within days of giving it. He is a disgusting man, but the thing is, what he spoke of then, is almost fait accomplis now but the insights are definitely powerful and worth the effort.

Barbara L said...

Just noted your closing comment.

What is mainstream news? the stuff people watch on tv?

Only good if I have eaten something bad and need something to encourage a healthy up chuck.