Zionism, Islam & the West

Zionism, Islam & the WestThis is an important book that will challenge many readers’ ideas and presuppositions about the direction the world is currently traversing and will appeal to a fairly wide audience. Zionism, Islam and the West constitutes a broad overview of the last century and insightfully questions several popular Shibboleths.

The American scholar Arthur Schlesinger Jr. claimed that History haunted successive generations regardless of whether they knew it or not: “Rhythms, patterns, continuities, drift out of time … to mould the present.” History he felt imprints “the collective unconscious with habits, values, expectations, dreams.”

Over 12 chapters Kerry Bolton rattles quite a few of the widely held misconceptions about Islam and Muslims, and the events of the past few decades in particular.

This is a deep and thought-provoking piece of scholarship and Bolton  demonstrates a shrewd command of documentary material in order to elucidate the prevailing stereotypes, pejorative views and garrulous hyperbole about Islam, and convincingly exposes a deep comprehension of the complexity of 20th century politics.

In the final analysis Zionism, Islam and the West offers a very thorough critique and this intriguing monograph will ultimately serve as a vital tool for academics and students of History, Politics and the Middle East alike.

– Hajji Abdullah Drury

Publisher: Black House Publishing Ltd


  1. Dr. Mike La Crone 09/05/2017 at 9:36 pm

    Here is the first page of a prolog I wrote on pension fraud. It answers the question in your book The Banking Swindle Page 96 on how the Rothschild’s transfer workers’ wealth to themselves.

    To: Diana Furchtgott-Roth
    Senior Fellow and Director, Economics21
    Manhattan Institute for Policy Research
    1200 New Hampshire Avenue, NW, Ste. 570
    Washington, DC, 20036

    From: Dr. Michael R. La Crone
    Burlingame, CA, 94010

    Dear Director Furchtgott-Roth:

    You invite reader comments in the abstract of your research report Empowering Illinois Pension Reform. I am writing in response to your invitation.

    I completely agree with the observations made in the introduction to your abstract:

    The United States is facing a nationwide public pension-funding crisis, with some estimates of total state underfunded pension liabilities exceeding $4.7 trillion at the end of 2014. The Illinois pension funds, which provide retirement payments for 489,000 state and local workers, are insolvent. The actual underfunded liabilities for Illinois’s pension plans stood at $111 billion for fiscal year 2015, according to official estimates. Without a new federal remedy, the situation will only worsen as the population of state workers ages and retires. Massive pension obligations are crowding out Illinois ability to fund essential services such as police, disaster assistance, education, healthcare and others that are key to the general welfare. …If left unchecked, many workers in Illinois, and throughout the United States, could be left with dramatically-diminished or no pensions.

    However, your policy recommendations lack a root cause and effect analysis of what has led to the huge pension fund shortages. Before any funding reform is enacted, there needs to be an investigation into stock market wealth transfers that have greatly contributed to pension fund losses. Your proposed policy recommendations are simple cost-shifting maneuvers that merely serve as a taxpayer bailout, which does not provide a sustainable solution.

    I have written two books and a definitive research report that identify billions of dollars in stock market wealth transfers by self-dealing corporate insiders who, as my research shows, are violating the 1934 Exchange Act rule 10b-5 conditions by use of deceit and device. I explain in my report, Fraud on the Market, the wealth transfer relationship between CEO bonus compensation and pension fund losses. These wealth transfers are a total corruption of secondary market stockholders’ ownership equity rights, achieved via stealth and collusion. The textbook financial literature assumes that there is an alignment of interest between corporate insiders and stockholders. My research shows this relationship to be a risk-free misalignment creating zero-sum gain for insiders and zero-sum loss for stockholders. I have a data set showing 20 corporate executives who received over 100 million shares of gift stocks. Insiders cash them against pension funds.

    You wrote a great book!

    Dr. Michael La Crone

  2. Carl R Hassell 21/05/2018 at 1:45 pm

    I just read the book the other day. An excellent read, with loads of citations. Highly recommend it to all.

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