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Posted 22 September 2018 - 11:12 AM

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Posted 22 September 2018 - 11:20 AM

There are more Jews in America than anywhere else on Earth
 
 
There are more Jews in the USA than in Israel 
That's why it's called Jewish America 
 
 
 
 
 

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Posted 22 September 2018 - 11:22 AM

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Posted 22 September 2018 - 11:31 AM

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America's Jews Are Driving U.S. Wars
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
September 25, 2017
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Shouldn't they recuse themselves when dealing with the Middle East?
 
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On the morning of September 21st Phil Giraldi was fired over the phone by The American Conservative, where he had been a regular contributor for fourteen years. He was told that "America's Jews Are Driving America's Wars" was unacceptable. The TAC management and board appear to have forgotten that the magazine was launched with an article by founder Pat Buchanan entitled "Whose War?" which largely made the same claims that Giraldi made about the Jewish push for another war, in that case with Iraq. Buchanan was vilified and denounced as an anti-Semite by many of the same people who are now similarly attacking Giraldi.
 
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I spoke recently at a conference on America's war party where afterwards an elderly gentleman came up to me and asked, "Why doesn't anyone ever speak honestly about the six-hundred-pound gorilla in the room? Nobody has mentioned Israel in this conference and we all know it's American Jews with all their money and power who are supporting every war in the Middle East for Netanyahu? Shouldn't we start calling them out and not letting them get away with it?"
 
It was a question combined with a comment that I have heard many times before and my answer is always the same: any organization that aspires to be heard on foreign policy knows that to touch the live wire of Israel and American Jews guarantees a quick trip to obscurity. Jewish groups and deep pocket individual donors not only control the politicians, they own and run the media and entertainment industries, meaning that no one will hear about or from the offending party ever again. They are particularly sensitive on the issue of so-called "dual loyalty," particularly as the expression itself is a bit of a sham since it is pretty clear that some of them only have real loyalty to Israel.
 
Most recently, some pundits, including myself, have been warning of an impending war with Iran. To be sure, the urging to strike Iran comes from many quarters, to include generals in the Administration who always think first in terms of settling problems through force, from a Saudi government obsessed with fear over Iranian hegemony, and, of course, from Israel itself. But what makes the war engine run is provided by American Jews who have taken upon themselves the onerous task of starting a war with a country that does not conceivably threaten the United States. They have been very successful at faking the Iranian threat, so much so that nearly all Republican and most Democratic congressmen as well as much of the media seem to be convinced that Iran needs to be dealt with firmly, most definitely by using the U.S. military, and the sooner the better.
 
And while they are doing it, the issue that nearly all the Iran haters are Jewish has somehow fallen out of sight, as if it does not matter. But it should matter. A recent article in the New Yorker on stopping the impending war with Iran strangely suggests that the current generation "Iran hawks" might be a force of moderation regarding policy options given the lessons learned from Iraq. The article cites as hardliners on Iran David Frum, Max Boot, Bill Kristol and Bret Stephens.
 
Daniel Larison over at The American Conservative has a good review of the New Yorker piece entitled "Yes, Iran Hawks Want Conflict with Iran," which identifies the four above cited hawks by name before describing them as "…a Who's Who of consistently lousy foreign policy thinking. If they have been right about any major foreign policy issue in the last twenty years, it would be news to the entire world. Every single one of them hates the nuclear deal with Iran with a passion, and they have argued in favor of military action against Iran at one point or another. There is zero evidence that any of them would oppose attacking Iran."
 
And I would add a few more names, Mark Dubowitz, Michael Ledeen and Reuel Marc Gerecht of the Foundation for Defense of Democracies; Daniel Pipes of the Middle East Forum; John Podhoretz of Commentary magazine; Elliot Abrams of the Council on Foreign Relations; Meyrav Wurmser of the Middle East Media Research Institute; Kimberly Kagan of the Institute for the Study of War; and Frederick Kagan, Danielle Pletka and David Wurmser of the American Enterprise Institute. And you can also throw into the hopper entire organizations like The American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC), the Washington Institute for Near East Policy (WINEP) and the Hudson Institute. And yep, they're all Jewish, plus most of them would self-describe as neo-conservatives. And I might add that only one of the named individuals has ever served in any branch of the American military - David Wurmser was once in the Navy reserve. These individuals largely constitute a cabal of sanctimonious chairborne warriors who prefer to do the heavy thinking while they let others do the fighting and dying.
 
So it is safe to say that much of the agitation to do something about Iran comes from Israel and from American Jews. Indeed, I would opine that most of the fury from Congress re Iran comes from the same source, with AIPAC showering our Solons on the Potomac with "fact sheets" explaining how Iran is worthy of annihilation because it has pledged to "destroy Israel," which is both a lie and an impossibility as Tehran does not have the resources to carry out such a task. The AIPAC lies are then picked up and replayed by an obliging media, where nearly every "expert" who speaks about the Middle East on television and radio or who is interviewed for newspaper stories is Jewish.
 
One might also add that neocons as a group were founded by Jews and are largely Jewish, hence their universal attachment to the state of Israel. They first rose into prominence when they obtained a number of national security positions during the Reagan Administration and their ascendancy was completed when they staffed senior positions in the Pentagon and White House under George W. Bush. Recall for a moment Paul Wolfowitz, Doug Feith, and Scooter Libby. Yes, all Jewish and all conduits for the false information that led to a war that has spread and effectively destroyed much of the Middle East. Except for Israel, of course. Philip Zelikow, also Jewish, in a moment of candor, admitted that the Iraq War, in his opinion, was fought for Israel.
 
Add to the folly a Jewish U.S. Ambassador to Israel who identifies with the most right-wing Israeli settler elements, a White House appointed chief negotiator who is Jewish and a Jewish son-in-law who is also involved in formulating Middle East policy. Is anyone providing an alternative viewpoint to eternal and uncritical support for Benjamin Netanyahu and his kleptocratic regime of racist thugs? I think not.
 
There are a couple of simple fixes for the dominant involvement of American Jews in foreign policy issues where they have a personal interest due to their ethnicity or family ties. First of all, don't put them into national security positions involving the Middle East, where they will potentially be conflicted. Let them worry instead about North Korea, which does not have a Jewish minority and which was not involved in the holocaust. This type of solution was, in fact, somewhat of a policy regarding the U.S. Ambassador position in Israel. No Jew was appointed to avoid any conflict of interest prior to 1995, an understanding that was violated by Bill Clinton (wouldn't you know it!) who named Martin Indyk to the post. Indyk was not even an American citizen at the time and had to be naturalized quickly prior to being approved by congress.
 
Those American Jews who are strongly attached to Israel and somehow find themselves in senior policy making positions involving the Middle East and who actually possess any integrity on the issue should recuse themselves, just as any judge would do if he were presiding over a case in which he had a personal interest. Any American should be free to exercise first amendment rights to debate possible options regarding policy, up to and including embracing positions that damage the United States and benefit a foreign nation. But if he or she is in a position to actually create those policies, he or she should butt out and leave the policy generation to those who have no personal baggage.
 
For those American Jews who lack any shred of integrity, the media should be required to label them at the bottom of the television screen whenever they pop up, e.g. Bill Kristol is "Jewish and an outspoken supporter of the state of Israel." That would be kind-of-like a warning label on a bottle of rat poison - translating roughly as "ingest even the tiniest little dosage of the nonsense spewed by Bill Kristol at your own peril."
 
As none of the above is likely to happen, the only alternative is for American citizens who are tired of having their country's national security interests hijacked by a group that is in thrall to a foreign government to become more assertive about what is happening. Shine a little light into the darkness and recognize who is being diddled and by whom. Call it like it is. And if someone's feelings are hurt, too bad. We don't need a war with Iran because Israel wants one and some rich and powerful American Jews are happy to deliver. Seriously, we don't need it.
 
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Posted 22 September 2018 - 11:37 AM

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Posted 22 September 2018 - 11:40 AM

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Posted 22 September 2018 - 01:11 PM

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Posted 22 September 2018 - 01:33 PM

PNAC is for Israel 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Project for a New American Century (PNAC)
 
This is a list of members of the PNAC pressure group who published and signed maybe over 100 ambitious studies and PR pieces explaining how and why America must wage war quickly, multiple simultaneous wars, and urgently establish America's greatness via military force, permanently, while there was still a window-of-opportunity to do so, and before any rivals might aspire to that role.
 
They wrote of "moral order" and "moral clarity", harkening back to the Cold War dichotomy of the USSR as the "Evil Empire" and the USA as the force representing absolute good.  (Straussians believe in selling foreign policy in terms of good v. evil, rather than just wise strategy.)
 
One irony, at least three of the PNAC members espousing this "moral clarity", Abrams and Wienberger and Armitage, were directly involved with Ollie North under Reagan and Bush Sr. (help from Bill Clinton) in the crime of illegal secret arms sales to Iran even while US diplomats were still held hostage.  Neo-cons illegally armed and trained the ex-Nicaraguan Contra narco-terrorists (who flooded LA with crack), in violation of an order of Congress.  They were indicted and/or convicted, and later pardoned.  This is moral clarity?  I'd hate to see moral ambiguity.  
 
Oh, they meant the greater morality of fighting the commie threat represented by the starving peasants of Nicaragua, a terrifying threat which required them to sell weapons to the Iranian Mullahs.
 
TWO of these PNAC members, who were convicted of selling arms to Iran, and pardoned by Poppy, were then rehired by W to fight Islamo-fascism.  
 
Not that either Iran or Iraq honestly represent(ed) any kind of serious threat to America, which spends over 100x on weapons compared to Iran, but Neo-cons claim this threat is real.  It was WE who shot down an Iranian passenger plane, Iran did not shoot down ours.  It was WE who overthrew Iran's govt and installed a dictator, Iran did not overthrow our government.
It was WE who bombed Iraq for 12 years, based on the argument Iraq was at threat to America, yet Iraq's air force could not defend an inch of Baghdad.  Some US bombers had to fly a holding pattern over Baghdad to wait for their turn to drop a bomb on Iraq, the skies were so crowded.
 
Another irony of this "moral clarity" was that these PNAC and Heritage people also lobbied for arming and funding radical the Islamo-fascist Mujahideen and Al-Qaeda, with money from illegal weapons sales to Iran.
 
Also note that while John Kerry tried to prosecute some of these Neo-cons for BCCI, which is tied to Iran-Contra and arming terrorist groups, Kerry chose to NOT mention this fact during his campaign.
 
To round out the Axis of Evil, PNAC member Donald Rumsfeld was on the Board of Directors of ABB when they shipped nuclear fuel technology to North Korea.  Bill O'Reilly exposed in 2008 that GE is now fulfilling contracts with Iran.  US exports to Iran have gone up 10x since the Bush admin took office, approved by the State Dept, including some military exports.
 
One more irony is that a key component of maintaining this "moral order" include LYING to the American public, as a matter of policy.
 
"Is U.S. foreign policy being run by followers of an obscure German Jewish political philosopher (Leo Strauss) whose views were elitist, amoral, and hostile to democratic government?" - Strong Must Rule the Weak: A Philosopher for an Empire, Jim Lobe
Note - This is not an "anti-Jew" slur.  Many Jewish Straussian neo-conservatives, such as Michael Ledeen, also admire and mimic Mussolini, Adolf Hitler, and the Waffen SS.
 
PNAC recognized that the American public was not eager about massive military pork-barrel spending on defense contracts.  Americans were looking forward to a "peace dividend" after 45 years of Cold War spending. So PNAC concluded that Americans MUST experience a crisis, a "New Pearl Harbor" attack, if PNAC expected their vision of massive war and military spending to come to fruition.
 
In 1998 "The Project for the New American Century" letter (PNAC Letter) was sent to President Bill Clinton. The letter urged Clinton to target the removal of Saddam Hussein's regime from power in Iraq due to erosion of the Gulf War Coalition's containment policy and the resulting possibility that Iraq might develop weapons of mass destruction.  PNAC wrote many editorials and letters urging the White House to attack Iraq.  PNAC was relentless, and well paid.  PNAC was founded with donations from the Bradley Foundation, which funded AEI and other groups.
 
The most famous PNAC document (which contains the quote about the need for a New Pearl Harbor) is an ambitious 90-page study packed with detailed suggestions on transforming the military, increased spending across the board, what to change with the Navy, Army, Air Force, and militarization of Space.  Full Spectrum Dominance.  This plan was called Rebuilding America's Defenses.  The highlighted quote below is on page 51 of the document, page 63 in Acrobat.
 
PNAC QUOTES: 
"At present the United States faces no global rival. America’s grand strategy should aim to preserve and extend this advantageous position as far into the future as possible."
"To carry out these core missions, we need to provide sufficient force and budgetary allocations. 
 
In particular, the United States must:"
"DEVELOP AND DEPLOY GLOBAL MISSILE DEFENSES to defend the American homeland and American allies, and to provide a secure basis for U.S. power projection around the world. CONTROL THE NEW 'INTERNATIONAL COMMONS' OF SPACE AND 'CYBERSPACE', and pave the way for the creation of a new military service – U.S. Space Forces – with the mission of space control."
 
“Such a Reaganite policy of military strength and moral clarity may not be fashionable today. But it is necessary if the United States is to build on the successes of this past century and to ensure our security and our greatness in the next.” 
 
In particular, we need to:
- fight and decisively win multiple, simultaneous major theater wars ...
 
the PNAC blueprint of September 2000 states that the process of transforming the US into "tomorrow's dominant force"
"... the process of transformation, even if it brings revolutionary change, is likely to be a long one, absent some catastrophic and catalyzing event - like a new Pearl Harbor."
 
The 9/11 attacks allowed the US to press the "go" button for a strategy in accordance with the PNAC agenda which it would otherwise have been (according to PNAC) politically impossible to implement.    (more below)
 
Original chart detailing which statements they signed:
 
 
Richard B. Cheney
Donald Rumsfeld
Richard Armitage - Deputy Secretary of State, blamed for severe human rights violations, torture and death, in Latin Am under Reagan, made Ambasso President of Armitage Associates. Former board member for CACI International, the private military contractor, which "is being investigated by no less than 5 US agencies for possible contract violations" and "employed four interrogators at Abu Ghraib prison" in Iraq, one of whom was singled out by General Taguba in his report on abuses of Iraqi detainees at the prison, which Generals have stated cost the lives of US soldiers.  One of the Iran-Contra plotters, U.S. Government stipulations in the Oliver North trial specifically named Armitage as one of the DoD officials responsible for illegal transfers of weapons to Iran and the Contras.  Board member of Database Technologies (DBT)/ChoicePoint Inc, subsidiary of SAIC.
Paul Wolfowitz - controversial former deputy defense secretary pushing the Iraq War, lost his post as president of the World Bank, visiting scholar at the American Enterprise Institute (AEI) in Washington, DC. AEI houses former George W. Bush admin figures, former ambassador to the United Nations John Bolton and former chair of the Defense Policy Board Richard Perle.  His connection with the Iraq War and his controversial choice to staff the bank with close associates and supporters of the Bush administration's "war on terror" spurred widespread dissension within the bank's staff and board. 
Elliott Abrams  Deputy National Security Adviser, Founding Member of PNAC, convicted (and later pardoned) on charges related to the Iran-Contra scandal, using behind-the-scenes tactics that don't reveal his role, very careful about not leaving fingerprints, fought a rearguard effort within the Reagan administration aimed at blocking peace initiatives in Nicaragua that were supported by some Reagan officials, shunning negotiations in favor of confrontational, militaristic U.S. policies. Bush appointed Abrams chief human rights officer and then senior director of Near East and North African Affairs, 
John Bolton
Jeb Bush - president's brother, governor of Florida
Frederick Kagan - Kagan is credited as one of the "intellectual architects" of the Surge plan.
Robert KaganDonald Kagan
I. Lewis Libby - "Scooter", charged with revealing the name of a CIA official, to avenge the Bush admin by dissing Joe Wison
Frank Carlucci - Carlyle Group, fmr Sec Def
Zalmay Khalilzad - Unocal consultant, appointed 2nd in Afghanistan, the Bush-Cheney Defense Department transition team. He became an adviser to Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld and then shifted to the National Security Council, where he worked under Rice.
Jeane Kirkpatrick
William Kristol
Charles Krauthammer
James Lindsay - see apathy.html
William J. Bennett
William F. Buckley, Jr. - old CIA hack writer for major newspapers
Edwin Meese III
Frank Gaffney
Dan Quayle
Dennis Ross - Camp David negotiator w Clinton, who blamed the rejection completely on Arafat, later disputed by others present, and by President Clinton himself.
Max Boot - fmr Editorial Editor of the WSJ, Boot is a contributing editor—along with the likes of Irwin Stelzer, Charles Krauthammer, and Robert Kagan—of the neoconservative flagship magazine the Weekly Standard, edited by William Kristol. 
Norman Podhoretz  Committee for Present Danger, Hudson Institute, Aside from Irving Kristol, few of the writers and ideologues associated with neoconservatism can claim as lasting an influence on the political faction as Norman Podhoretz
Eliot A. Cohen  "the most influential neocon in academe," Eliot Cohen is a prominent scholar of military affairs at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS)
Richard N. Perle  Once dubbed the “Prince of Darkness” because of his advocacy of extremely hawkish anti-Soviet policies while in Ronald Reagan's Department of Defense, served as chairman of then-Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld' s Defense Policy Board (DPB) in the years leading up to the Iraq War gave him a privileged perch from which he helped shape Bush administration foreign policies.
Daniel Pipes  Daniel Pipes, son of the well known anti-Soviet crusader Richard Pipes, is an outspoken promoter of the "Islamofascism threat" theory and is closely aligned with many high-profile neoconservatives, many of whom are associated with Pipes' Middle East Forum, President George W. Bush nominated Pipes to serve on the board of the U.S. Institute of Peace (USIP). 
Caspar Weinberger - Secretary of Defense under President Reagan, known for his roles in the Strategic Defense Initiative program (popularly known as Star Wars) and the Iran-Contra Affair (resulting in his indictment and later pardon).
William Howard Taft IV
R. James Woolsey fmr CIA Director (Tim McVeigh's helper, which he cites, was "his" Iraqi, not Saddam's)
Dov S. Zakheim - comptroller for Defense Dept, Lubbavitcher
Robert Zoellick - Deputy Secretary of State 
Paul Weyrich - fake Christian right icon, CNP member, co-founder of Heritage has often acknowleged that he does not intend to "conserve" anything."We are different from previous generations of conservatives," Weyrich explained."We are no longer working to preserve the status quo. We are radicals, working to overturn the present power structure of the country."
Gary Bauer - CNP member, major figure of the Christian Right, former presidential candidate, key organizer of campaigns linking rightist pro-Israel Christian groups and conservative Christian evangelicals. A close friend of William Kristol, dates back to the Reagan administration, where he served in a number of posts under Secretary of Education William Bennett.  vociferous advocate of an aggressive war on terror, Bauer compared today's "anti-war left" to that of the 1960s, arguing that in both cases the "ugly aggression by the so-called peace movement" ultimately plays into the hands of those supporting war.
Gary Schmitt  - co-founder of PNAC, resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute (AEI) and author of numerous texts on intelligence reform and national security, second generation neoconservatives heavily influenced by the arcane political philosopher Leo Strauss,  see Jim Lobe, “The Strong Must Rule the Weak,” Foreign Policy In Focus, May 12, 2003. "Is U.S. foreign policy being run by followers of an obscure German Jewish political philosopher whose views were elitist, amoral, and hostile to democratic government?"
Francis Fukuyama - The poorly executed nation-building strategy in Iraq will poison the well for future such exercises, undercutting domestic political support for a generous and visionary internationalism, just as Vietnam did.  "Neoconservatism, whatever its complex roots, has become indelibly associated with concepts like coercive regime change, unilateralism, and American hegemony. (except it was ALWAYS that) What is needed now are new ideas, neither neoconservative nor realist, for how America is to relate to the rest of the world—ideas that retain the neoconservative belief in the universality of human rights, but without its illusions about the efficacy of American power and hegemony to bring these ends about."  came under the sway of Allan Bloom, an important follower of Leo Strauss 
End of History: With the fall of the USSR, and American 'liberalism' remaining standing, Fukuyama contends, history has reached its destination. This is not a happy ending, however. The loss of great ideological conflicts will bring a consumer society, a universal homogenous state, bureaucratization, and 'centuries of boredom.' Nietzsche's prediction may come true: we will become a civilization of last men— dull, satisfied customers— 'without daring, courage, imagination, and idealism'
Dennis DeConcini
Midge Decter  wife of Norman Podhoretz (one of the key forefathers of neoconservatism), has been a major player for decades in the peace-through-strength ideological movement. She was a founding member of the hawkish Coalition for a Democratic Majority, served on the Committee on the Present Danger, directed the Nicaraguan Freedom Fund, and founded the Committee for a Free World. She continues to advocate hard-line policies from her perch at the neoconservative Institute on Religion and Public Life, and she is affiliated with the Project for the New American Century as well as the Heritage Foundation and Hoover Institution, and ACPC, a group "fomenting peace" with Al-Qaeda in Chechnya, along with CIA, Brzezinski, and some oil barons.
Thomas Donnelly Project for the New American Century: Fellow, American Enterprise Institute: Fellow, The National Interest: Former editor, 
Lockheed Martin: Former communications director.  argues that the U.S. military needs to be upgraded and expanded to meet the “strategic and military realities of our post-September 11 world.” According to Donnelly, “The gap between America's strategic reach and its military grasp has reached a point of crisis.”   Criticizing the Bush admin in 2005, he said “It's time to stop thinking and start spending."  one of the few neoconservative ideologues to support U.S. intervention in Liberia in mid-2003.
Stephen Cambone  former undersecretary of defense for intelligence, longtime associate of Donald Rumsfeld. collaborated with rightist and neoconservative outfits—including the National Institute for Public Policy (NIPP) and the Project for the New American Century (PNAC)—on developing hardline defense and security proposals just prior to the election of George W. Bush, regarded as a core member of a hawkish faction in the Bush administration.  split hairs on whether the Geneva Conventions were applicable to intelligence gathering in Iraq,  defense of the role of military intelligence in interrogations.
Ellen Bork - daughter of conservative icon and former Supreme Court justice nominee Robert Bork, deputy director of the Project for the New American Century. 
Paula Dobriansky - Undersecretary of State for Democracy and Global Affairs, Hudson Institute: Former fellow, supporter of HUMAN RIGHTS and against TORTURE, unless the US or it's allies is doing the torture, in which case it becomes "abuses".
Max M. Kampelman - Max Kampelman is a retired diplomat and Cold War-era arms control negotiator who has supported the work of several neoconservative-led advocacy groups that have been instrumental in pushing militarist U.S. policies as part of the “war on terror.” Such groups include the Project for the New American Century (PNAC), the Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs, and the Foundation for Defense of Democracies. 
 
Kampelman also supported the work of some advocacy groups that emerged in the 1970s to push for hardline, anti-Soviet policies and that served as building blocks for the then-burgeoning neoconservative political faction. Among these were Social Democrats USA, a group that splintered from the Socialist Party USA in 1972 2; the Coalition for a Democratic Majority (CDM), which was created in the early 1970s by disgruntled Democrats who were angered by the emergence of antiwar elements in the party, and the Committee on the Present Danger (CPD), a group that helped push for an end to détente with the Soviet Union and many of whose members joined the Reagan administration. (For more on CDM, see Right Web Profile: Penn Kemble; for an account of the work of CPD, see Anne Hessing Cahn, Killing Détente: The Right Attacks the CIA, Pennsylvania State University Press, 1998.)
 
Kampelman also supports the work of a number of other organizations known for their militarist “war on terror” agendas and support of policies in line with Israel’s Likud Party, which is largely supportive of the settler movement and has opposed peace efforts aimed at creating a Palestinian state. He is a “Distinguished Advisor” to the Foundation for the Defense of Democracies, 5 a member of the Board of Advisors of the Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs, 6 and a member of a new (4th) version of the Committee on the Present Danger created after the 9/11 attacks to promote a hardline agenda for the “war on terror.” 7 Kampelman is also chairman emeritus of the Board of Trustees of Freedom House, 8 a U.S.-government-funded group that has been criticized for being an instrument of propaganda.
 
 Peddlers of Crisis and the Committee on the Present Danger: The Big Lie, from the Cold War to the War on Terror 
Morton I. Abramowitz
Gordon Adams
Ken Adelman
Richard V. Allen
Mark A. Anderson
Ronald Asmus
Andrew Y. Au
Nina Bang-Jensen
Roger Barnett
Jeffrey Bell
Jeffrey Bergner
Alvin Bernstein
Robert L. Bernstein
George Biddle
Rudy Boshwitz
James W. Ceasar
Linda Chavez
Steven C. Clemons
Seth Cropsey
Devon Gaffney Cross
Ivo H. Daalder
Helle Dale
James Dobbins
Nicholas Eberstadt
Robert Edgar
David Epstein
Amitai Etzioni
David Fautua
Lee Feinstein
Edwin J. Feulner, Jr.
Steve Forbes
Hillel Fradkin
Aaron Friedberg
Peter Galbraith
Jeffrey Gedmin
Sam Gejdenson
Robert S. Gelbard
Reuel Marc Gerecht
Merle Goldman
Phillip Gordon
Daniel Goure
Morton H. Halperin
John Hefferman
James R. Hooper
Charles Hill
Fred C. Ikle
Martin S. Indyk
Bruce P. Jackson
Eli S. Jacobs
Michael Joyce
Adrian Karatnycky
Penn Kemble
Craig Kennedy
Harold Hongju Koh
Robert Killebrew
Lane Kirkland
Peter Kovler
Mark Lagon
James Lasswell
John Lehman
Lewis E. Lehrman
Todd Lindberg
Bette Bao Lord
Rich Lowry
Connie Mack
Christopher  Makins
Christopher Maletz
Mary Beth Markey
Will Marshall
Robert Martinage
Clifford May
Daniel McKivergan
Phil Meilinger
Ross H. Munro
Joshua Muravchik
Michael O’Hanlon
Mackubin Owens
Wayne Owens
Martin Peretz
Danielle Pletka
John Edward Porter
Peter W. Rodman
Stephen P. Rosen
Henry S. Rowen
Randy Scheunemann
William Schneider Jr.
Richard H. Schultz
Sin-Ming Shaw
Abram Shulsky
Paul Simon
Henry Sokolski
Stephen Solarz
Helmut Sonnenfeldt
Walter Slocombe
James B. Steinberg
Leonard Sussman
John J. Sweeney
Dick Thornburgh
John Tkacik
Ed Turner
Michael Vickers
Arthur Waldron
Malcolm Wallop
Barry Watts
James Webb
Vin Weber
George Weigel
Leon Wieseltier
Chris Williams
Jennifer Windsor
Marshall Wittmann
Larry Wortzel
 
 
History and Impact
 
From an office in the same building that houses the American Enterprise Institute (AEI) in downtown Washington and with funding from the Bradley Foundation, in 1993 William Kristol established the Project for the Republican Future in anticipation of the 1994 congressional elections. Following the resounding victory of right-wing Republicans, in 1995 he founded the Weekly Standard in the vacated offices of his Project for the Republican Future. In 1996, Kristol and Robert Kagan established PNAC, whose offices are also located in the AEI building and which is also generously supported by the Bradley Foundation. 
 
By the time Kristol and Kagan organized PNAC, the widespread conservative frustration at having to endure another four years of Clinton liberals had largely papered over the conservative rift of the late 1980s. Newt Gingrich's “Contract with America” played a key role in unifying conservatives around an almost exclusively domestic agenda of big-government bashing, glorifying traditional family values, and attacking secular humanism. The domestic side of a reinvigorated right wing was coming together nicely in the 1990s, as seen in the winning role played by the Contract with America in ushering in a Republican majority in both houses of Congress under the Clinton presidency.
 
The right, however, had not recovered from the loss of its chief mobilizing principle: militant anticommunism. Central to the right's role in winning the White House for Ronald Reagan in 1980 was the fusion of three core conservative constituencies: social conservatives, economic libertarians, and national security militarists. In the late 1970s, neoconservatives played a strategic role in engineering this right-wing fusion, providing many of the key intellectual and ideological frameworks for the right wing's expanding counter-establishment and for the right-wing populists.
 
If they were to reprise this same unifying role in the late 1990s, the neocons knew that the old political messages daring the Democrats to associate themselves with the “L” word of liberalism would no longer suffice. Positioning themselves as New Democrats, Bill Clinton and Al Gore had stolen the neoconservative thunder on free market and big government issues.
 
To resurrect a right-wing populist movement, the challenge became creating a “neo-Reaganite” agenda—one that would appeal to the same “moral majority” citizens who were still fighting the backlash cultural wars against multiculturalism and the counterculture of the 1960s, citizens who responded to messages about moral clarity and America's mission, and whose sense of patriotism and nationalism could again be rallied to support increased military spending and interventionism abroad. Collectively, the neoconservatives, the Republican Party's hawks, and the social conservatives aimed to awaken America from its slumber to wage the good fight against the forces of evil that were gathering round the world. PNAC's founding statement in 1997 crystallized this new sense of American power and moral mission.
 
Liberals and progressives might regard PNAC's success at setting a new foreign policy agenda as an example of how the right's unity, messaging skills, networking, and focused political agenda of its small circle of foundations have enabled it to affect radical political change. Recalling the group's origins, PNAC Executive Director Gary Schmitt told a different story: “It is actually just the opposite. We started up precisely because the right was so divided—between the realists and the neo-isolationists.” According to Schmitt, “What we thought was that a tradition that was both more American and more particularly Reaganite had been dropped from the agenda.” 
 
That agenda—one of U.S. moral clarity and the exercise of American power against evil—was articulated in 1996 by Kristol and Kagan in their Foreign Affairs essay on creating a neo-Reaganite foreign policy agenda.  PNAC, said Schmitt, was the result of Kristol and Kagan's decision to institutionalize their vision.
 
PNAC struck a discordant note in the dominant political discourse. At a time when most pundits and politicians were caught up in national debates about the price of prescription drugs, the future of social security, and the impact of globalization, PNAC warned of “present dangers” to U.S. national security.
 
On the whole, however, PNAC's associates, many of whom joined the George W. Bush administration, were hopeful. If conservatives continued to resist “isolationist impulses from within their own ranks” and if a new government adopted the history-tested principle of “peace through strength,” the “greatness” of the United States would be ensured in the next century. If the American people were to again embrace “a Reaganite policy of military strength and moral clarity,” they could look forward to a New American Century. 
 
The rhetoric, political tactics, and assumptions about America's moral mission articulated by PNAC all had deep historical resonance. The three signature features of PNAC—the coalition-building to confront the “present danger,” the vision of a planetary Pax Americana, and the laying of nationalist claim to an entire century—were echoes of former visionaries, statesmen, and political leaders.
 
In raising the alarm about the present danger, PNAC sounded a traditional refrain of post-World War II militarists and internationalists. Since the late 1940s, factions of the U.S. foreign policy elite have stoked the patriotism and paranoia of Americans with warnings about the “present danger” the United States faces if lulled to sleep by dovish political and economic elites. For hawks and ideologues, the term “present danger,” along with the phrase “peace through strength,” has been the recurring rallying cry of those who argue for a more aggressive national security strategy.
 
In the advent of the 2000 presidential election, PNAC founders Kristol and Kagan, in their edited volume Present Dangers, invoked the words of the Henry Robinson Luce, who before the United States entered World War II predicted that the 20th century could be the “American Century,” if it created “an international moral order.”  The combination of military strength, “a vital international economic order” established by the United States, and foreign policy guided by America's God-ordained moral mission would, according to Luce, ensure American supremacy and international peace.
 
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#10 grog

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Posted 22 September 2018 - 01:52 PM

PNAC is for Israel 

 

NATO is being used as a cover for PNAC

 

 

 


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Posted 22 September 2018 - 07:50 PM



The dragon [Edomite-jews] gives power to the beast [NWO]



In case you haven't noticed, those fifth-column Edomite-jews in the USA
are working overtime to pervert, mongrelize and destroy it.


If/when the Edomite-jews make their final move to China, China will be
their global jew/nwo hub... but Edomite-jews will still call the shots.

China has already taken authority over seaports in the Edomite-jew state.



And they worshiped the dragon,
who had given authority to the beast,
and they worshiped the beast, saying,
"Who is like the beast,
Who can fight against it?"


Rev 13:4


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Edited by Atossa, 22 September 2018 - 07:53 PM.

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