Sunday, August 09, 2020
American Betrayal

Part real-life thriller, part national tragedy, American Betrayal lights up the massive, Moscow-directed penetration of America’s most hallowed halls of power, revealing not just the familiar struggle between Communism and the Free World, but the hidden war between those wishing to conceal the truth and those trying to expose the official web of lies. American Betrayal tells America’s lost history, a chronicle that pits American icons such as Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Harry Truman, Dwight David Eisenhower – leaders who betrayed America’s trust and shielded overlapping Communist conspiracies – against the investigators, politicians, defectors, and others (including Senator Joseph McCarthy) who tried to tell the American people the truth. In the glare of this newly spotlighted past, readers will never see history – or our own times – the same way again.

The Rebuttal

When American Betrayal came under a sustained smear campaign in the summer of 2013, West and legions of supporters – including illustrious authors M. Stanton Evans and Vladimir Bukovsky – hit the barricades to defend the book and its author from waves of false charges and vicious personal attacks. The Rebuttal includes not only West’s detailed, 22,000-word response to these mendacious charges, but also a series of spirited and thoughtful essays spontaneously published online by many bloggers and readers. It is their contributions that make the lasting bulwark not only for American Betrayal, but also for the principles of fair and honest debate.

No Fear

Finally, a collection of Diana West’s weekly syndicated columns, tracking the controversial issues that define our times – “politically correct” (read: Marxist-lexicon-approved) or not! No Fear draws from more than a decade of Diana’s work, spanning 1999 to 2013, covering Islam’s impact on the West, the culture wars in the West, the hot wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, and presidents from Clinton to Bush to Obama. Exploring topics chronologically within each chapter, No Fear is itself a history lesson on issues ranging from “Benghazi” to “Eurabia,” from “Clintonism” to “Media in the Tank,” from “Turning Points of the Road to Jihad,” to “Obama,” and more. Bonus: No Fear also includes “The Forbidden Columns,” many of which track the “forbidden” news events around a certain birth certificate that some media outlets were too frightened to print. The net result? A "forbidden" history we can all face with No Fear.

The Death of the Grown-Up

It’s difficult to tell the grown-ups from the children in a landscape littered with Baby Britneys, Moms Who Mosh, and Dads too “young” to call themselves “mister.” Surveying this sorry scene, West makes a much larger statement about our place in the world: “No wonder we can’t stop Islamic terrorism. We haven’t put away our toys!” As far as West is concerned, grown-ups are extinct. The disease that killed them emerged in the 50s, was incubated in the 60s, and became an epidemic in the 70s, leaving behind a nation of eternal adolescents who can’t say "no," a “politically correct” population that doesn’t know right from wrong. After 9/11, such perpetual adolescence in the West is all too ready to assume the crouch of “dhimmitude” as Islamic law encroaches, causing, ultimately, the end of Western civilization as we know it.

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