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Book Suggestions – December 14th, 2013

This is a new sub-category, to highlight books of interest which I don’t have time to read and post reviews of, but which may well attract the attention of readers of this blog.

“The Generals” – By Major Van Harl, USAF Ret.

“Radical Islam in the House” – By Michael Coffman and Kate Mathieson

“Guns, Blacks and Steel: American Cities After the Civil Rights Era” – By Paul Kersey

“After America: Get Ready for Armageddon” – By Mark Steyn

“Willing Accomplices: How KGB Covert Influence Agents Created Political Correctness and Destroyed America”  – By Kent Clizbe

“Mugged” – Racial Demagoguery from the Seventies to Obama

By Ann Coulter.
Reviewed by Thomas Sowell in the Toronto Sun.

You can read Thomas Sowell’s review “Ann Coulter exposes history of playing the race card” which appeared in the Toronto Sun on October 20th, 2012 here.

You can buy “Mugged” on Amazon here.

You can visit Thomas Sowell’s website here, and Ann Coulter’s website here.

“Postmodern Imperialism Geopolitics – And The Great Games”

Eric Walberg – (Clarity Press)

A review by Gilad Atzmon 

“The history of Zionism reveals a clear success story. Within just six decades, Zionism fulfilled its initial promise and founded the ‘Jews only’ State, at the expense of the Palestinians. It achieved its initial goal with the vast support of the world’s richest nations and leading superpowers. By 1967 it had managed to mobilise the entirety of world Jewry, and had transformed Jewish elites into a fierce fist of Jewish power.”

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