1984 Orwell—A nightmare vision of the ultimate Politically Correct society—a world in which every thought is monitored by the Thought Police, where the boobs regularly report to Big Brother on their two-way “telescreens,” and where they learn a new language, Newspeak, which enables them to understand slogans such as these: “War Is Peace,” “Freedom Is Slavery” and “Ignorance Is Strength.” 268-sc $12
The French Revolution Webster —Noted study of the great social and political cataclysm which ushered in the rule of quantity over qaulity in human affairs and opened the door to jewish domination of Europe and the West. Beautifully written, it offers a detailed account of the hidden forces involved in the proto-bolshevik events, from the seige of the Bastille to the bloody reign of terror. 519p-sc $28
The Germanic Languages Nielsen—A study of the origins and early dialect interrelationships of that group of languages, which includes German, English, Dutch and the Scandinavian tongues. Describes their early appearance and relation to proto-Indo-European as well as present-day extension. 177p-sc $20
The Last Days of the Romanovs Wilton—This long-suppressed report describe the cold-blooded murder of Tsar Nicholas II and his family, showing how the killers were the same ones who were about to slaughter tens of millions of Russians, Ukranians, Balts and others in a Bolshevik holocaust without equal. Rare photographs. 210p-sc $12
Remote Control: The Battle for Your Mind Steve Lynch – In an age of increased government surveillance and control, here is a book exposing a little-known program of mind-control research and deployment. This fast-paced account of government secrecy and intrigue by someone who was a victim is fully annotated and includes documents never before published. 305p-sc $25
The Siege and the Fall of Constantinople: The Last Roman Struggle in the East Ganuti — The siege and fall of the capital city of the Eastern Roman Empire, Constantinople, by the Ottoman Turks in 1453, marked a turning point in the history of the world. It was more than just another Muslim victory in their centuries-old war on Europe; it was confirmation that a deadly threat had arisen, and had to be checked, otherwise all of Europe would be consumed and extinguished. This work covers the events leading up to the siege, the main players on both sides, the preparations, and a blow-by-blow account of the 53-day siege which finally saw the ancient walls of the city—which had withstood barbarian invaders for nearly 1,000 years—finally breached. The Great Siege 1453 — The reasons for the weakness of the city are highlighted: calls for aid by the last Eastern Roman emperor saw little or no response from the West, due to the division between Eastern and Western Christianity, and many citizens of the city refused to come to their own defense. Of the population of approximately 100,000, the last emperor could only raise an army of just over 6,000 men, and they, together with a few thousand volunteers from Western Europe, made their last stand against hundreds of thousands of Ottoman Turks. The outcome was inevitable. The Siege and the Fall of Constantinople make sobering reading, and serve as a warning to the future of Europe more than five centuries after the events they describe. 108p-sc $12
The Web of Debt Brown — Unravels the deceptions in our money scheme and presents a crystal clear picture of the financial abyss towards which we are heading. Then it explores a workable alternative, one that was tested in colonial America and is grounded in the best of American economic thought, including the writings of Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Jefferson and Abraham Lincoln. If you care about financial security, your own or the nation's, you should read this book. 602p-sc $25
Your Will and Estate Planning Tillman & Parker—This volume provides a handy overview of key considerations and options in making out a bequest, from the ordinary will to a trust. Offers real life answers to the most commonly asked questions, complementing larger volumes. 89p-sc $4
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