One Nation Under Zion

Zionist Influence on America

One Nation Under Zion

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By Peter Christian

£11.00

Have the Jews finally found an earthly kingdom they can call their own right here in America? Who invented the term “anti-Semitism”? Is the banking industry the powerful sword of Zionism? Where did the Holocaust tale originate and why? Why were the Zionists so bent on gaining the Holy Land instead of more hospitable tracts of land? How has political correctness been used to attain Zionist goals? Do Jewish forces pull the strings of power here in the U.S.? This and more are discussed in this powerful little book by Peter Christian. One Nation Under Zion explains the long-running, secretive plan for world domination and includes information on: why America went from being the most prosperous nation in the world at the end of World War II to being the most indebted nation in the world today; the hidden forces at work behind the scenes; a brief history of Judaism and its changes over the centuries; the Zionist plan for Greater Israel; the origins of the “Holocaust” narrative; the Holocaust’s effect upon modern-day politics; the history of the state of Israel and how it came into being; what Israel is doing today that has so many people enraged; and a plan of action to purge America of Zionist influence before it is too late. Also included is a list of recommended books, DVDs and news publications.

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Product Data
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Item ID: 110
ISBN: 978-1-937787-23-3
Edition no.: 1
Size: 5.5"×8.5" (216×140 mm)
Format: paperback
Publisher: Washington, D.C.: The Barnes Review
Published in: 10/2013