Clinton’s Conspiracy

A. Ralph Epperson

Epperson takes a look at the evidence that Bill Clinton believes that there is an evil, international conspiracy at work in the world, which Epperson traces directly back to the Rothschilds. Read the provisions for a New World Order and delve into the seamy mind of Carroll Quigley. JB

Publisher: Publius
Paperback: 74 pages

My Struggle: The Explosive Views of Russia’s Most Controversial Political Figure

Vladimir Zhirinovsky

For a man who spits and throws rocks at Jewish protesters and threatens to kill his enemies with an “atomic pistol,” it is not surprising, still yet very unoriginal, that he should name his book Mein Kampf, er, My Struggle. The curiosity behind all of Zhirinovsky’s blustering and mad-sounding tirades is that he is half-Jewish—the “bad” half, according to him. This reviewer was unimpressed with his slim autobiography,; it seemed to be “much ado about nothing.” Perhaps I missed something? Like, actions speak louder than words? JB

Publisher: Barricade
Hardback: 144 pages

No One a Neutral: Political Hostage-Taking in the Modern World

Norman Antokol and Mayer Nudell

This book is a guide to dealing with the demands of terrorists. The author develops the thesis that it is indeed possible to deal with terrorists and bases his opinions on established cases. All the whys, hows, and possibilities are explored in this mini-encyclopedia of hostage negotiating. The author lists personality types of hostage takers, which he divides into basically four groups:
1. paranoid schizophrenics
2. psychotic depressives
3. antisocial personalities
4. inadequate personalities
Probably the most interesting chapter in the book is the “Minimanual of the Urban Guerilla,” which duplicates the standard set of instructions for improvising a terrorist milieu. This chapter is indeed the “meat on the bone,” as the following excerpt will show: “Molotov cocktails, gasoline, homemade contrivances such as catapults and mortars for firing explosives, grenades made of tubes and cans, smoke bombs, mines, conventional explosives such as dynamite and potassium chloride, plastic explosives, gelatine capsules, ammunition of every kind are indispensable to the success of the urban guerilla’s mission.” JB

Publisher: Alpha
Hardback: 248 pages

By Way of Deception: The Making and Unmaking of a Mossad Officer

Victor Ostrovsky and Claire Hoy

The motto of the Mossad is “By way of deception, thou shalt do war.” From Ostrovsky’s description of the activities of the feared Israeli Secret Service one is compelled to accept the conclusion that the Mossad faithfully treads in the footsteps of all other secret-service agencies throughout the world, from the Gestapo to the KGB to the CIA. Far from being a book cramped and stilted by reiteration of fact after fact, Ostrovsky’s book reads like a best-selling thriller, except the names have not been changed to protect the guilty. JB

Publisher: St. Martin's
Paperback: 396 pages

The Revival of Israel: Rome and Jerusalem, the Last Nationalist Question

Moses Hess

Hess was a German citizen by birth, as well as the forerunner of the modern Zionist movement. He fervently believed that modern anti-Semitism was spawned by the Pope and the Church of Rome, a theme currently adopted by such Jewish authors as Daniel Goldhagen. Hess viewed the assimilation of Jews into German society as a great danger to the existence of the Jewish people. Unnoticed at first, Hess’ book was later discovered and adopted by the Zionists. Viewed in retrospect, his comments about Germany, the country of his birth, and the Germans themselves appear to be remarkably accurate: “It seems that German education is not compatible with our Jewish national aspirations… The German hates the Jewish religion less than the race; he objects less to the Jew’s peculiar beliefs than to their peculiar noses.” As a lone voice crying in the wilderness, Hess’ calls for the construction of a Jewish national state went unheeded by his own contemporaries, only to reach fulfillment after two world wars and the Holocaust. JB

Publisher: University of Nebraska
Paperback: 265 pages

Blood Crimes: The Pennsylvania Skinhead Murders

Fred Rosen

Two all-American boys slit their father’s throat, stab their mother numerous times, and smash the skull of their 12-year-old brother with a baseball bat. The author ascribes their deeds to their adherence to Nazi credo—which is a rather facile interpretation—as even the Nazis never taught German children to murder their parents or brothers and sisters. As it turns out, one brother had an IQ of 100, and the other, 78 . One had been hospitalized twice for mental illness… The parents were staunch Jehovah’s Witnesses, the father an alcoholic, and the domineering mother obsessed with martyrdom. Now, add a little alcohol, teenage angst, violent skinhead music, and you have a prescription for multiple murder. JB

Publisher: Pinnacle
Paperback: 329 pages

Citizen X

Robert Cullen

The author presents a chilling portrait of the Soviet Union’s most infamous sexmurderer, Andrei Chikatilo, whose known death count was numbered at 53 victims. Chikatilo’s “calling card” was a vicious stab wound into the eyes of his helpless prey, usually young children.
Chikatilo’s case is classic in a psychiatric sense. His victims were mainly youngsters, and he was a sexually repressed schoolteacher who was often ridiculed by his students, who referred to him as “Antenna” or “Goose.” Chikatilo’s case parallels that of John Wayne Gacy: both men imagined that they had suffered wrongs at the hands of youngsters whom they themselves victimized. Later these imagined wrongs became the catalysts for their crimes. JB

Publisher: Ivy
Paperback: 290 pages

Cold-Blooded: The Tucson Murders

John Gilmore

From the author of Severed and The Garbage People comes the lurid and bizarre tale of Charles Schmid, the infamous “Pied Piper of Tucson,” a real “lady killer” in more ways than one. Schmid was a charismatic psychopath who stuffed tin cans in his boots to make himself appear taller and smeared oil stains on his face to give the appearance of a beauty mark, and the girls fell for him, one by one by one. JB

Publisher: Amok
Paperback: 245 pages

The Killers Among Us: Motives Behind Their Madness

Colin Wilson

An exercise in psychological analysis of many of our century’s most infamous murderers. The authors examine the cases of Ian Brady and Myra Hindley, the “Moors Murderers,” as well as these others: Donald “Pee Wee” Gaskins—who one day realized he could have sex with anyone—so long as he killed them afterward; Aileen Wournos—who claimed that all of her killings were made in self-defense; six-foot-nine-inch Ed Kemper, who wanted to have sex with headless bodies. JB

Publisher: Warner
Paperback: 390 pages

Killing Time: The First Full Investigation Into the Unsolved Murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman

Donald Freed and Raymond P. Briggs, Ph.D.

If you think you have heard and read all there is to read about the O.J. Simpson trial, think again. This thought-provoking book presents such questions as: Who left the evidence found in Nicole’s garage? What happened to the prosecution’s initial double-assassin theory? Who was Nicole’s other gentleman caller that night? Why was the constellation of violence and murders around Ronald Goldman not explored? Could Ron have been the target? Or Faye Resnick? Or O.J. himself? JB

Publisher: Macmillan
Hardback: 307 pages