Now they're engaging in criminal bribery schemes to try to suppress
the writings of Michael Collins Piper . . .
. . .In June of 2006, it was revealed
that the U.S. Ambassador to Malaysia —
a member of the inner circle of the powerful Council on Foreign
Relations — offered bribes to both
a bookshop proprietor and a prominent publisher in Malaysia to
stop distribution of the works of American author Michael Collins
. . .Although this was a crime under
both U.S. and Malaysian law, the fact that it happened demonstrates
how far corrupt internationalists will go to suppress the writings
of the acclaimed author of three no-holds-barred (and hotly controversial)
underground best-sellers that have confronted Zionist power and
intrigue head on.
. . .Refusing to be intimidated by
these tactics, Piper has come back with another book sure to be
a classic reference work for years to come...
. . .In THE JUDAS GOATS, Piper takes
on one of the least understood and most highly provocative arenas
in American political life today. . .
. . .Piper rips the veil off the shocking never-before-told story
of the infiltration and subversion of the American nationalist
movement by enemy agents provocateurs and the creation of "controlled
opposition" groups by the powers that be...
. . .This is the amazing story of
how federal intellligence agencies, in league with private spy
organizations and the mass media in America, have been manipulated
by the alien force of international political Zionism and its
ideological twin — Trotskyite Communism
— both of which masquerade today behind
the mask of "patriotism" and "anti-communism,"
burrowing deep within the American system, wedging their way into
a position of influence beyond anything one might ever imagine
. . .Unmasking the traitors —
who've posed as "patriots" —
and, as usual, pulling no punches, Piper names names. And some
of those names may surprise you. With no fear or favor, THE
JUDAS GOATS tells it like it is. . .
. . .Between two covers —
for the first time — is the whole
sordid history as only the detail-oriented, no-nonsense Michael
Collins Piper could tell it. This is an amazing book and will
probably remain the standard work on the subject. But please be
warned: This book is not for the faint-hearted. It recounts an
ugly history of subversion that has helped bring America to where
it is today. . .
. . .Piper has assembled a panormic
study that, in some respects, is almost a history of our time.
Ranging from the era of the Bolshevik Revolution to the stormy
years preceding U.S. entry into World War II and on to the Cold
War and the Vietnam era, bringing the readers right up to the
events of the modern day, including the Oklahoma City bombing,
the first attack on the World Trade Center in 1995, the Holocaust
at Waco, and much, much more. . .
. . .This is a volume you'll want
to pass on to friends and colleagues, particularly those who have
said you were being "paranoid" for saying there were
enemy agents in our midst . . .Because there are.