|Michael Collins Piper chats
with former Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad during
his visit to Kuala Lumpur in June 2006
PIPER...in his own words...
On May 16, 2006 on the Greg Szymanski Republic
Broadcasting Network (RBN) show, Mike commented.
...I have always been interested in politics
since I was about seven or eight years old. I actually started
out being interested in the history of the Civil War. From there
it developed into a growing interest in U.S. political affairs
During the Vietnam War as a child I was very much against the
war because I was just instinctively antiwar. And then I eventually
saw the effect that the war had on my older brother, who was actually
drafted and went to Vietnam.
He is dead today. He survived the Vietnam War, but he never completely
recovered from the physical and psychological impact of the war.
In any case, being very, very anti-war, I started studying U.S.
foreign policy. By the time I was about 16 years old, I had pretty
much come to the conclusion one of the real powder kegs for U.S.
foreign policy was the Middle East. And that was precisely I determined
because of all-out U.S. support for Israel. And there is no question
but that there is all-out U.S. support for Israel.
As a consequence of that, I believe that we were victim of the
9-11 terrorist attacks. Whoever was responsible for 9-11, it was
a direct outgrowth of the U.S. involvement in the Middle East,
number one, involvement on behalf of Israel.
And number two, of couse, we have found ourselves embroiled in
this war in Iraq. And now if the Zionists and their controlled
politicians like George W. Bush had their way, we will get into
a war against Iran.
So, needless to say, as I have always said —
I say it on my program all the time —
I say it any time I am interviewed anywhere. The one thing which
is consistent about U.S. Middle East policy is the fact that it
is based on lies, bullying and double standards.
As a consequence of my interest in the Middle East, I obviously
did a lot of reading on the topic. I discovered back in the mid
to late 1980's that there was one aspect of U.S. Middle East policy
that was hardly explored at all in most published material on
the subject. That was the fact that John F. Kennedy was engaged
in a secret behind the scenes war with Israel, over Israel's drive
to build nuclear weapons of mass destruction.
As we all know, nuclear weapons of mass destruction were at the
center of the war against Iraq and certainly at the center of
the intended war by the Zionist and their bought and paid for
politicians in America. That is the subject of their drive for
war against Iran.
So as I began to explore —
I was always interested in the Kennedy assassination, being interesting
in politics —
I began to see that all the published works on the Kennedy assassination,
there was never anything mentioned about JFK's war with Israel.
And what is even more interesting, I think —
and I am sure the listeners of RBN (Republic Broadcasting Network)
will appreciate it —
in all the mass media in America, John F. Kennedy was always portrayed
as a strong and dear friend of Israel. They tell the old myth
that John F. Kennedy was the first President to really become
a friend of Israel. They talk about how John F. Kennedy sent Israel
What they do not mention, of course, is the fact that the reason
why JFK sent Israel conventional weapons was because Israel was
black-mailing and saying, "If you do not send us conventional
weapons we are going to build nuclear weapons." But of course
they intended to do it anyway.
The biographical summary from
Final Judgment, Sixth Edition (2005) below
picks up where the Szymanski interview left off:
THE ISRAELI LOBBY
LOVES TO HATE...
There's no doubt about it — Michael Collins
Piper, the author of Final Judgment,
is one of the Israeli lobby's primary targets today. Repeatedly
and bitterly attacked by propagandists for Israel, Piper is
undaunted, despite the fact his life was publicly threatened
by Irv Rubin, violent leader of the terrorist Jewish Defense
League. Once, after discovering an illicit wiretap on his home
telephone, Piper noted wryly, 'The Vatican didn't put it there."
In the style of his combative, colorful great-great-grandfather,
famed bridge builder "Colonel" John Piper —
surrogate father and early business partner of industrial giant
Andrew Carnegie — the outspoken author relishes any opportunity
to confront his many critics head-on, although generally they
refuse to debate him. Like his ancestor, Michael Collins Piper
is also a bridge builder in his own way ...
In recent years, he has lectured across the globe in places
as diverse as Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates; Moscow,
Russia; Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia; Tokyo, Japan and across Canada.
Police-state-minded advocates of war and imperialism have been
disturbed at Piper's energetic efforts to forge links of common
understanding among peoples of all creeds and colors. Once described
as "'The American Voltaire" — recalling the
Enlightenment crusader against bigotry and tyranny — Michael
Collins Piper is truly the author the Israeli lobby loves to
Widely known as a lover of dogs, cats and all animals and an
unapologetic old-style American progressive in the LaFollette-Wheeler
tradition, Piper considers the labels of "liberal"
and "conservative" archaic, artificial and divisive,
manipulative media buzzwords designed to suppress popular dissent
and free inquiry. Once offered a lucrative assignment in a covert
intelligence operation in Africa, Piper turned it down, preferring
his independence — a position in keeping with his ethnic
heritage: another of Piper's great-great-grandfathers was a
full-blooded American Indian.
Twenty years before the major media discovered the "neo-conservative"
cabal that pushed America into the Iraq war, Piper was reporting
on their intrigues. In 2004, in The High Priests
of War, he assembled a fascinating overview of
their insidious record, the first book ever published on the
subject. In his provocative 2005 work, The New Jerusalem,
Piper confronted the controversial issue of Zionist power in
America, a detailed exposition unlike any ever assembled by
any modern author. Piper's authoritative lecture to the Zayed
Centre, the Arab League think
tank, on the topic of American media bias, has been distributed
Sourcing much of his work from his own massive library of some
10,000 volumes, Piper writes for American Free Press,
the Washington-based national weekly, and in the historical
journal, The Barnes Review. One media
critic hailed Piper as one of the top 25 best writers on the
Throughout his career, Piper led the way on several major stories.
In 1987, he was the first to expose
the Justice Department frame-up of Pennsylvania State Treasurer
Budd Dwyer that led to Dwyer's shocking public suicide. Piper
was also the first to expose San Francisco-based Roy Bullock
as an operative for the Anti-Defamation League (ADL), a conduit
for Israel's Mossad, involved in illegal spying on American
citizens, seven years before
The New York Times acknowledged Bullock's
ADL link. The ADL will never forgive Piper for his
pivotal front-line role in unmasking Bullock.
Piper was the only journalist to assert
— based on hard evidence — that the Oklahoma bombing
was a Mossad "false flag" operation designed to implicate
Saddam Hussein — a scheme derailed by U.S. investigators
who rejected Israel's machinations, opting for a "lone
nut" cover-up. Today, Piper's pioneering work on Israeli
links to the 9-11 tragedy is echoed by truth seekers and, predictably,
damned by defenders of Israel for its accuracy.
A few summary comments about
Michael Collins Piper
Michael Piper has clearly shown tremendous personal
and moral courage by going after the hardest stories in America.
He has relentlessly exposed forces of corruption and treason that
threaten to utterly destroy this country from within. He honestly
exposes terrible truths even when such truths are distasteful to
the general public.
One proof of the excellence, depth, and honesty of his investigative
journalism are the articles archived
at this web site.
This man clearly deserves your attention.