The Secret War Against the Jews: How Western Espionage Betrayed The Jewish People

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Macmillan, 15 avr. 1997 - 658 pages
The authors demonstrate that numerous Western countries, especially the United States and Great Britain, have conducted repeated and willful spying missions on Palestine and later Israel over many decades. While on the surface these two countries and others profess to be ardent allies of Israel, they work, in fact, through their intelligence services to betray Israel's secrets to the Arabs. Their motive: oil and multinational profits, which must be attained at any price through international covert policies. To understand the duplicitous nature of the West's diplomatic relations with Israel, the authors contend that one must understand the history that begins after the end of World War I with the sordid Mideast exploits of a British diplomat, Jack Philby. They then proceed into a detailed discussion of the boardrooms of American and English bankers and lawyers who had strong connections with Nazi leaders and Arab oil tycoons in the 1930s prior to the outbreak of World War II. Particularly intriguing is the information that the writers present to suggest an all-too-cozy financial relationship that existed between the Allied intelligence community and German banks even during the war. One of the authors' chief contentions is that Israel was the unwitting victim of bungled Western spy operations such as Iran-Contra and BCCI, whose true dimensions have never previously been exposed. A consistent theme is that the White House and the British Secret Service have repeatedly run illegal programs, hidden from both the CIA and Congress, and then used the Jews as scapegoats.
 

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THE SECRET WAR AGAINST THE JEWS: How Western Espionage Betrayed the Jewish People

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An alternative, conspiratorial retelling of major events of the last 75 years, from the authors of Unholy Trinity (1992). Former Justice Department Nazi-hunter Loftus and Australian journalist Aarons ... Consulter l'avis complet

Secret war against the Jews: how western espionage betrayed the Jewish people

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The authors (Unholy Trinity, St. Martin's, 1992) argue that the United States and other Western democracies have had a covert agenda to subvert Jewish nationalistic claims throughout the century. That ... Consulter l'avis complet

Table des matières

Philby of Arabia
23
The Sorcerer of Oil
38
The Pirates of Wall Street
55
The Mutineers
81
The Seeds of Blackmail
103
The Age of Greed 19481973
125
The Trap is Sprung
133
A JewishCommunist Conspiracy
155
The Real Hero of Yom Kippur
304
The Age of Stupidity 19741992
325
The Disappearing Oil Mystery
331
The Mexican Connection
356
Rehearsal In Angola
377
The IranContra Debacle
401
Bushs Inner Sanctum
428
Blackmailing the President
461

Spying on Zion
181
Robert Maxwells Czech Guns
197
The Revolving Door
219
The Revenge of the Philbys
241
The Liberty Incident
259
The Final Solution Revisited
287
The Victors and the Victims
488
Notes
515
I
631
Index
637
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À propos de l'auteur (1997)

Attorney John Loftus is the author of four histories of intelligence operations and a consultant for CBS's 60 Minutes, ABC's Prime Time, and other programs. As a former prosecutor with the U.S. Justice Department's Nazi-hunting unit, he had unprecedented access to top-secret CIA and NATO archives. He wrote Unholy Trinity: The Vatican, the Nazis, and Soviet Intelligence with his coauthor, Mark Aarons. An internationally award-winning investigative reporter and author of several books on intelligence-related issues, Mr. Aarons exposed Nazi war criminals "down under" and prompted changes to Australian federal law. He lives in Sydney, Australia, where he formerly worked for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation.

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