The Controversy of Zion [1978/Douglas Reed]
Author: DOUGLAS REED
Format: PDF (Paperback/592 pages)
Released: 1978 (Original: 1956)
ISBN-13 / EAN: 9780945001386
\"A Blacklisted Classic!,
It\'s not at all surprising that this urbane and encyclopedic decimation of Jewish power and pretense has been (for the most part successfully) marked for murder by the American publishing industry. Were Doug Reed\'s \"Controversy\" to find its way into the hands of too many thinking people, there would be at least a glimmer of hope for a restoration of Anglo-Saxon power both here and abroad. Let\'s be blunt: Amazon.com\'s \"review guidelines\" probably contain some empurpled fine print, courtesy of their friendly local ADL, to the effect: \"Never praise Douglas Reed.\" So I don\'t expect this to see print. But in the odd event that one of their proofers was dozing over her \"New Republic\" and flavored Starbucks as this one flew by (is sarcasm permitted?), let\'s devote a few words of praise to a much-maligned and underappreciated book. Reed\'s main subject? The anthropological origins, political and economic goals, and real-life tactics of the Ashkenazi and Zionist \"Jews\" from the Old Testament era to the mid-1950s. His basic thesis: that this \"certain people\'s\" bloodline runs not to the Holy Land of OT times but to the 10th century Khazar empire, and that they\'ve merely applied the redoubtable Khazar warrior acumen to the 20th century\'s marketplace and political arena to get what they want. Very touchy subjects, these, some of which are currently rising Phoenix-like in the Jewish establishment as \"new\" controversies, i.e., the (Jewish-produced) documentary on their possible Khazar origins that PBS plans to cautiously float this year. Not to mention the century-old internecine struggle for internal control between the Eastern and Western Jews, the Zionists and assimilationists, the secular and religious \"Jews\" (those darn quotation marks again). I think we will find, after much bloody debate and maybe more palpable events inside and out of the Jewish people and their state, that Reed was eerily prophetic and mostl! y right about Zionist motives, Jewish identity, and the consequences on the world stage as the true nature of both is slowly revealed. Reed\'s writing style is much like (his contemporary) Waugh\'s: elegant, acidic, detached. But as a foreign correspondent for the London Sunday \"Times\" during WWII and its spawning of the \"Jewish\" state, he was anything but a detached observer of these tectonic events. The truly open-minded will at least read and attempt to refute Reed rather than smear him. Few books this provocative are as thoroughly-documented or as intelligent as \"Controversy\", and the powers-that-be know it. This book remains in print, but will become progressively harder to find as the ADL and the New York publishers continue to tighten the censorship screws. This is not a book for the tame or weak-minded. Is it for you?\"
\"The history of Zionism,
Douglas Reed has written a 600+ pages monument in which he objectively and precisely describes the history of Zionism over almost 3000 years.
Douglas Reed shows how a small international group of coordinated ideologists instrumentalize religions, countries, wars and even supranational organizations in order to reach their power and control objectives.
Douglas Reed shows how, by ways of deceptions, threats, manipulations and lies, millions of humans beings, Jews, Christians and Muslims have been sacrificed on the altar of domination.
And the cherry on the pie is Douglas Reed style. You will discover a fluid, synthetic and sharp way of writing backed up with tons of sources and quotations.
Do you want to get an objective perspective on the history of mankind ? Don\'t wait any more, buy \" The Controversy of Zion\", I can tell you, you will not regret it. \"
For 20 years from the publication of his first book on the Reichstag fire trial in 1934, Douglas Reed enjoyed a reputation as probably Britain\'s best political analyst and author. All his books written during that period demonstrate a quality of investigative journalism that is still unmatched. His writing is researched in depth and is subjective in comment only by virtue of his unparalleled level of personal experience of major political events of the 1930\'s and 40\'s.
\"Controversy\" is his summary of the circumstantial evidence for the existence of a \"supra-power\" at work in world events throughout the first 50 years of the 20th century. The link with earlier political upheavals is covered in detail, as is the probable origins of the religious influences. It is prophetic in that much of what he suggests has come about or continues its influence to this day.
\"Controversy of Zion\" is ESSENTIAL reading for any serious student of modern history or \"political science\", primarily as a benchmark against which the credibility of other works might be measured.\"