What is The Golem?
That provocative question—the answer towhich is central to the survival of life on earth—isconfronted in no uncertain terms in this explosivefirst-ever study of its kind . . .
In Jewish lore, a distinguished rabbi magically conjured up out of clay fromthe earth a brutish creature—The Golem—that the rabbi dispatched upon the worldto vanquish the enemies of the Jewish people. As told in the legend—which laterinspired Mary Shelley's Frankenstein—The Golem got out of control and provedeven a threat to Jewish survival.
In fact, a most real (and quite dangerous) Golem does exist on our planet inthese modern times. Cast out of a mineral known as uranium, this Golem is—asIsrael's founding father, David Ben-Gurion, described it—Israel's "sacred" nuclearweapon of mass destruction, the primary source of trouble in the precarious realmof atomic proliferation on the face of our strife-ridden planet today.
n this landmark work, veteran author Michael Collins Piper pulls no punches inasserting that Israel's nuclear Hell Bomb is pushing civilization toward globalArmageddon, that the perpetuation of this un-controlled weapons program hasleft the world held hostage. Piper explains the danger the planet faces as adirect consequence of American collaboration with a nuclear-armed Israel, a nationwhich has an open historical record of hostility to other peoples, based on little-known Jewish religious teachings that have been the philosophy upon whichIsrael—since its earliest days—has worked relendessly to construct an atomicarsenal—its Golem—the foundation of its national security strategy.
Outlining the whole shocking story, Piper demonstrates that America's inter-national policy has been hijacked by well-heeled supporters of Israel who—incombination with a mass media dominated by Jewish families and financial inter-ests—have become the masters of America's destiny and that of mankind itself.Piper calls this phenomenon "the 'Israelization' of American foreign policy."
Having previously produced six different—and all widely-acclaimed—studies(translated into multiple languages) that have focused on various aspects of Zionistintrigue, Piper is now internationally acknowledged as a foremost and articulatelongtime critic of U.S. policy toward Israel and the Muslim world. In The Golem,Piper has assembled a mammoth record of indisputable facts pointing toward theunmistakable conclusion: That the people of the United States and the world mustwork together to ensure Israel's Golem is dismantled.
This one monumental volume could help make that happen. . .