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The Golem Cover Inside Cover Pages Note from Author
and Title Page

Dedication
  Israel's Prisoner
of Conscience Speaks
Was the First Shot
Fired in 1963?
Special Privileges for
One Nation
Foreword
  The Golem Table of Contents Introduction Mordechai Vanunu on
Michael Collins Piper
Ryu Ohta on
Michael Collins Piper
Media in America
Displays Bias
"How I Discovered the Problem of Israel" by MCP A Letter From the Author
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In a time of tsunamic ideological shifts, in which audacious propagandists are relentlessly engaged in frenzied efforts to rewrite the facts of history, to challenge these truth-twisters Michael Collins Piper arrives: the American Voltaire, an enlightened thinker and polemicist who has no fear of confronting harsh realities, doing so with elegance and verve.
In recent years Piper has emerged as the unrivaled ambassador of the American nationalist movement to peoples all across the planet: from Moscow to Abu Dhabi to Kuala Lumpur and on to Tokyo and Toronto and Tehran.
In no uncertain terms, he has issued a clarion call — a rallying cry — for all of us to join together, to reclaim our heritage and to sweep away the corruption of international capital and the consequent malign force that’s come in its wake, driving our world to the brink of nuclear annihilation.
Piper’s message is loud and clear: Real Americans do not support the Zionist scheme to exploit America’s military might to conquer the globe; that good people who oppose the Zionist Imperium must put aside differences and close ranks, united for the final battle.
Passionate, making no pretense of being without bias, Piper identifies and savages those who manifest attitudes of open hatred for nationalism and freedom.
Having fashioned historical writing into an art form, Piper has few peers. Nor are there many who speak truth to power as Piper does so well.
Rabbi Abraham Cooper of the Simon Wiesenthal Center has said that, because Piper criticizes Israel, he is “anti-American.” In fact, Piper’s work proves precisely how pro-American he is.

 

 

—RYU OHTA, Chairman of the Tokyo, Japan-based
Society for the Critique of Contemporary Civilization

 

 

 

 

The Golem Cover Inside Cover Pages Note from Author
and Title Page

Dedication
  Israel's Prisoner
of Conscience Speaks
Was the First Shot
Fired in 1963?
Special Privileges for
One Nation
Foreword
  The Golem Table of Contents Introduction Mordechai Vanunu on
Michael Collins Piper
Ryu Ohta on
Michael Collins Piper
Media in America
Displays Bias
"How I Discovered the Problem of Israel" by MCP A Letter From the Author
      Back to Catalog Page