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New Titles from Progressive Press

Date: 
Monday, December 8, 2014

Target China; Grand Deceptions; Kennedy Assassination Cover-Up;  Ecology, Ideology and Power

It's been a busy month getting four new titles into print, in paperback and ebook editions. 

1. F. Wm. Engdahl's Target China: How Washington and Wall Street Plan to Cage the Asian Dragon

2. Grand Deceptions: Zionist Intrigue in the 20th and 21st Centuries, by Brandon Martinez

3. The Kennedy Assassination Cover-Up  and
4.  Ecology, Ideology and Power , both by Prof. Donald Gibson. 
And 5. we also published Gibson's Battling Wall Street: the Kennedy Presidency earlier this year.

Descriptions:

1. Target China: How Washington and Wall Street Plan to Cage the Asian Dragon 

F. William Engdahl, international bestselling author and strategic analyst, discusses the as yet hidden agenda of American elites to weaken China, and the dangers that presents.

China today has become a world economic giant in just three decades. The country’s central bank holds more than $3.5 trillion in foreign exchange reserves, mostly in dollars. Without the Chinese colossus, the USA might have long ago gone bankrupt, unable to finance its exploding national debt.

Now that China has emerged as the world’s second largest economy, some powerful circles in Wall Street and Washington are alarmed that the Chinese might no longer follow the agenda, but decide for themselves what is best for China. They see China as a threat to their global power. The result is growing tension between Beijing and Washington—in the Middle East, Africa, and in Asia.

Especially alarming is covert US backing of Japan in a conflict with China over remote Pacific islands. China is beginning to feel escalating hostility, and not only from the Pentagon. Open conflict between the USA and China could deal a death-blow to the fragile world economy. 

This book explains in clear terms what is at stake if Washington continues to try to turn the Chinese Dragon into an enemy state.

See also: Related article by Mr. Engdahl: journal-neo.org/2014/10/26/why-is-the-pentagon-making-ebola-therapeutic-and-cdc-patenting-ebola-strains-2/ on the strange collaboration between the Pentagon and Monsanto on the Ebola virus.

Pages:  251 Price:  $24.95

2. Grand Deceptions: Zionist Intrigue in the 20th and 21st Centuries, by Brandon Martinez

The ‘special relationship’ between the United States and Israel is a topic that most people dare not touch. But one cannot even begin to understand the geopolitical reality of today’s world without addressing the issue.

Grand Deceptions is a short, concise study of Israeli involvement in the 9/11 attacks, Zionist influence over US foreign policy (particularly the central role of pro-Israel neoconservatives in dragging the US into the war in Iraq), the fraud of the post-9/11 "war on terror," and other Zionist political intrigues in the 20th and 21st centuries. This book explores the role of Zionists in helping foment World Wars I and II as a means of establishing a Jewish state in Palestine, the extensive collusion between Nazis and Zionists, the hidden history of bloody Bolshevism, and the fabrications and distortions of official World War II historiography designed to advance the victors' post-war agenda of re-shaping Europe and the Middle East.

Table of Contents: Introduction, 1. Zionist Power in America, Controlling minds through media, 2. Zionists, Neocons and the Iraq War, 3. September 11: The Neocons' New Pearl Harbour, 4. "Good for Israel", 5. False Flag Terrorism: Israel's History of Deception, 6. The Grand Deception: Israel and 9/11, Framing Palestinians, Al-Qaeda Mythology, The 19 Hijackers: Villains or Patsies?, Zionists and the World Trade Center, Federal Stooges, 7. Controlling the Discourse, 8. The Ideological Weapon: Holocaust Dogma and Zionist Militarism, 9. Nazi-Zionist Collusion, 10. Whitewashing Communist and Anglo-American Crimes, 11. Hidden History: Jewish Extremists and Bloody Bolshevism, Conclusion, End Notes

Brandon Martinez interviewed about Grand Deceptions by Deanna Spingola: grizzom.blogspot.ca/2014/10/spingola-speaks-20141026.html

Pages:  177 Price:  $13.95

3. The Kennedy Assassination Cover-Up by Prof. Donald Gibson 

Over the course of nearly four decades, polls have repeatedly shown that most Americans refuse to accept the official story of the Kennedy Assassination. That story, set forth by the media and by a Presidential Commission dominated by representatives of the most powerful private forces in the nation, was that the President was killed by a lone assassin with radical tendencies and an abnormal mind.

It is demonstrated in this book that everything we can know about the cover-up suggests not a government or FBI or Mafia conspiracy, but a treasonous conspiracy executed by a network of wealthy private interests whose goals were at odds with almost everything the energetic 35th president of the United States was doing. That network set up Lee Harvey Oswald as a patsy, and went into action promoting the cover story within hours of the assassination. From the afternoon of November 22, 1963, to the release of the so-called Warren Report and beyond, a group of interconnected individuals seized control of the investigation and of the official account. That story is now told here.

Contents:
Chapter One: The "Warren Report" - An Amalgam of Improbabilities and Impossibilities; Chapter Two: The First 72 Hours; Chapter Three: The Creation of the "Warren Commission"; Chapter Four: The McCloy-Dulles Commission; Chapter Five : The Cover-up Was An Establishment Project; Chapter Six: Long and Kennedy; Chapter Seven: From Huey Long To Clay Shaw; Chapter Eight: Internationalism and the Kennedy Assassination; Chapter Nine: Establishment Radicals and Kennedy: Lamont, Chomsky, and Russell; Chapter Ten: The Information and Disinformation Age; Chapter Eleven: The Beginning; Bibliography

Pages:  325 Price:  $19.95

4. Ecology, Ideology and Power by Prof. Donald Gibson 

This book warns against the effort to sell a reactionary economic, political and social agenda dressed up as concern for and protection of the environment. The author is in no way opposed to any genuine ecological concerns, but this work demonstrates that what we call "environmentalism" is primarily an expression of the world view of segments of the world's upper class. When they talk to us about pollution, resource scarcity, and overpopulation, they are actually talking about their own fears and hatreds of the common people, and their ambitions for themselves. Whatever label we affix to today’s environmentalism, it is certain that it carries over into the 21st century the same kinds of reactionary, aristocratic and elitist tendencies evident two centuries ago in England and Germany. Such tendencies also emerged in a significant way in the late 1800's in the United States, involving Malthusianism, social Darwinism and the eugenics movement.

Pages:  162  List Price:  $14.95
SALE PRICE:   $12.95 

5.  Battling Wall Street by Prof. Donald Gibson 

Fifty years after the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, the meaning and the legacy of his presidency are as much the subject of controversy as are the facts of his murder.

Was JFK a tool of the Eastern Establishment - of the corporate and banking elites - or was he their bitterest enemy? Did his policies - domestic and international, implemented and unfulfilledserve to continue the domination of the powers-that-be, or did he attempt, and in many cases effect, a break with America's aristocracy?

In this intriguing and penetrating analysis, Don Gibson does not simply replay the standard commentaries on the Kennedy presidency, many of which are ill-informed, even if well-meaning. Gibson looks at what JFK himself said, wrote, and did, contrasting that with the words and actions of his enemies-the Wall Street Journal, Fortune magazine, and the corporate and banking magnates themselves, who, as this book shows, truly despised the President.

The current conventional wisdom depicts Kennedy as a cautious, even a conservative president, a Tory Democrat committed to the status quo and to the Establishment. But this book makes a compelling case to the contrary, suggesting that President Kennedy was always willing to do battle for his policies, even in the face of vicious attacks.

With its clear and lively style, this book is a revelation to the general reader and to the specialist. It also contains strikingly original insights into environmental elitism. It adds a new and important dimension to the ongoing debate over the Kennedy presidency.

This is a reprint of the original work published in 1994. It reveals JFK as the most heroic representative in living memory of that progressive tradition in American politics embodied by the historical figures of Hamilton, Henry Clay, Lincoln and FDR.