JFK 11 Septembre 50 ans de manipulations
Dans cet essai passionnant d'une grande richesse, fruit de trois ans de recherches, Laurent Guyénot s'intéresse à " l'histoire profonde " des États-Unis durant ces cinquante dernières années. Par histoire profonde, il faut entendre les décisions et activités occultes qui déterminent les grands événements historiques. Cette histoire s'oppose souvent à l'histoire officielle, car elle est bien moins glorieuse et beaucoup plus " perverse ". Dans cette histoire de 50 ans de manipulations de toutes sortes, Laurent Guyénot s'appuie sur les archives secrètes, les témoins et les " dénonciateurs " pour nous faire découvrir une autre réalité des faits. De l'assassinat du président Kennedy, le 22 novembre 1963 jusqu'au 11 septembre 2001, Laurent Guyénot éclaire les grands événements de ces 50 dernières années : la baie des Cochons, la guerre froide, la guerre du Vietnam, les Bush père et fils, l'Afghanistan, l'Irak, Al-Qaïda... Les règles de Laurent Guyénot sont la fluidité de la narration, l'exactitude et la précision. L'essentiel du livre est constitué de faits avérés et tous sourcés. Toute rumeur infondée a été exclue.
American Multiculturalism After 9 11
This provocative and rich volume charts the post-9/11 debates and practice of multiculturalism, pinpointing their political and cultural implications in the United States and Europe.
The Terror Enigma
9/11 - what did the Israelis know, and when did they know it? With information culled from mainstream sources, author Justin Raimondo shows in this eye-opening book that Israel's spies in the United States had been watching the 9/11 terrorists. As the terrorists were planning the biggest and deadliest terrorist attack in American history, Israeli agents in the U.S. were watching them 24/7 - living literally "next door to Mohammed Atta," according to one account. Did Israeli intelligence have foreknowledge of 9/11? As one law enforcement source close to the investigation told Fox News, the real question is: how could they not have known? But if they knew, then "why didn't they tell us?"
Israel s Sacred Terrorism
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This book is based exclusively on documents published by the White House and the U.S. Department of Defense, as well as statements by American civilian and military leaders to the international press.
The Israel Lobby and US Foreign Policy
Does America’s pro-Israel lobby wield inappropriate control over US foreign policy? This book has created a storm of controversy by bringing out into the open America’s relationship with the Israel lobby: a loose coalition of individuals and organizations that actively work to shape foreign policy in a way that is profoundly damaging both to the United States and Israel itself. Israel is an important, valued American ally, yet Mearsheimer and Walt show that, by encouraging unconditional US financial and diplomatic support for Israel and promoting the use of its power to remake the Middle East, the lobby has jeopardized America’s and Israel’s long-term security and put other countries – including Britain – at risk.
Samson Blinded A Machiavellian Perspective on the Middle East Conflict
Samson Blinded: A Machiavellian Perspective on the Middle East Conflict, by Obadiah Shoher, abandons moralizing and ideological hubris to view Israeli-Muslim struggle in terms of raw realpolitik. Terrorism is historically normal mode of war. Israel must respect terrorists as efficient warriors - and kill them. Nuclear terrorism is unavoidable, and it will hit America before Israel. We must learn to tolerate and mitigate its damages. Shoher makes the case that only by shedding liberal idealism the West can win against Islamists. Espousing political rationalism, he deplores both Jewish and Muslim myths, and argues for efficiency and separating politics from moralism.
The Letters of John F Kennedy
John Fitzgerald Kennedy led the United States for barely a thousand days, and yet he is regarded as one of the great Presidents of all time for his brave decisions on civil rights and international relations, and not merely as a consequence of his tragic fate. Kennedy steered his nation away from the brink of nuclear war, initiated the first nuclear test ban treaty and launched his nation on its mission to the moon and beyond. JFK inspired a nation, particularly the massive generation of baby boomers, injecting hope and revitalising faith in the American dream at a time when it was badly needed. 2013 marks the fiftieth anniversary of Kennedy's untimely death. Martin Sandler's The Letters of John F. Kennedy will be the only book that focuses on letters both from and to Kennedy. Drawn from more than two million letters on file at the Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, The Letters of John F. Kennedy presents readers with a portrait of both Kennedy the politician and Kennedy the man, as well as the turbulent times he lived in. The beginnings of American involvement in Vietnam, a touch-and-go Cold War relationship with the Soviet bloc and many other international controversies are intertwined with Kennedy's own hushed-up health problems, his renowned controversial personal life and his charismatic engagement with the world of presidential politics. Letters to and from Martin Luther King, Jr., Eleanor Roosevelt, Nikita Khruschev, Bertrand Russell, David Bengurian and many others are included, as well as missives from ordinary citizens and schoolchildren. Each letter is accompanied by lively and informative contextualization and facsimiles of many of the letters will appear in the text, along with photographs and exclusive material from the Kennedy Library and Museum.
This volume corrects the historical record of anti-Semitism, revealing recent scholarly consensus on the hottest issues of the Israel-Palestine conflict, especially human rights.
A Time to Kill
Don’t miss a sneak peek of Sycamore Row, John Grisham’s new novel inspired by A Time to Kill, in the back of the book. The life of a ten-year-old girl is shattered by two drunken and remorseless young men. The mostly white town of Clanton in Ford County, Mississippi, reacts with shock and horror at the inhuman crime. Until her black father acquires an assault rifle and takes justice into his own outraged hands. For ten days, as burning crosses and the crack of sniper fire spread through the streets of Clanton, the nation sits spellbound as young defense attorney Jake Brigance struggles to save his client’s life–and then his own.