The Confessions of an Anti-Semite


By Michael Collins Piper, Published in 2011



The mass media in America is always talking about “anti-Semitism” and has accused endless numbers of people around the world of being “anti-Semitic,” but this book—by longtime AFP correspondent Michael Collins Piper—is the first book ever to explain, in no uncertain terms, that the charge of “anti-Semitism” is actually part of a well-thought-out and carefully contrived form of linguistic trickery designed to confuse people and advance the New World Order.

Piper himself has been accused of being an “anti-Semite” because of the unabashed books and many thousands of articles he has written over the years, but he rejects the accusation and points out that there’s much more to the history and reality of “anti-Semitism” than meets the eye.

Although many friends advised Piper not to adopt this controversial title for his new book, he decided instead to hit the issue head on and now in THE CONFESSIONS OF AN ANTI-SEMITE he has thrown down the gauntlet to the New World Order propagandists and has put forth a remarkable assembly of hard facts and information that’s hard to refute.

In so doing, he’s outlined his own fascinating personal history, including first-hand accounts of his global travels to such places as Russia, Japan, Malaysia, Iran and Abu Dhabi where he has met world leaders and lectured on—and directly confronted the issue of “anti-Semitism” and the very real phenomenon of Zionist power in America.

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