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December 2005


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Opinion Editorials, August 2004

The New 'Zionist World Order'

First Summit Held in Jerusalem:

Names, Topics, Plans

Richard Melson

August 1, 2004

A recent Zionist 'Think Tank' summit meeting of the planners of a new Zionist World Order, was held in June, at the historic King David Hotel, in Jerusalem.

The following reports were sent to Ghulam Muhammed by Richard Melson,

a Jewish activist who apparently feels that the Muslim world should be kept informed.




October 12-14, 2003, saw the first annual JERUSALEM SUMMIT.

These summits, pushed by Richard Perle and the Israeli government, serve as an "offshore think tank" whose aim is to control American foreign policy worldwide and particularly in the Middle East.

The main purpose of these summits is to bring into being a "clash of civilizations", a global civil war between America-led-by-Israel against the Moslem and Arab worlds, to kill the idea of a Palestinian state and force the Palestinians out of the terrritories by completing Sharon’s Wall and then squeezing the Palestinians out.

Arafat is represented first as Hitler II, then head of Islamo-fascism.

Israel stands as the main bulwark between the Islamo-barbarians and the West.

This program is discussed quite explicity and without "shyness". It is this Judeo-Nazism—there’s no other honest appelation for this "historo-pathology-- which undergirds Bush’s Iraq War.

These views are then "stovepiped"(i.e.quietly and directly transmitted) to Cheney and Rumsfeld and thence to Rice/Bush.

Douglas Feith is a key part of the "stovepipe" operation.

See below for details of First Annual Jerusalem Summit:


The First Annual Jerusalem Summit

King David Hotel, Jerusalem

Sukkot 5764 - October 12-14, 2003

11th - Saturday

"Melave Malka" Cocktail Reception at the King David Hotel


Avigdor Lieberman, Minister of Transportation

Rabbi Shear Yashuv Cohen, Chief Rabbi of Haifa

12th - Sunday

1st Session

The Crisis in Morality and International Policy:

How Israel May Be the Solution

Chairman: Dr. Ron Breiman, Chairman, Professors for A Strong Israel

Dmitry Radyshevsky, Michael Cherney Foundation

Introduction: Goals of the Summit

Ehud Olmert, Vice Prime Minister; Minister of Industry, Trade & Labor

The Importance of Making Jerusalem the Moral Alternative

Dr. Avi Beker, Secretary General, WJC

UNRWA: Perpetuating the Refugee Problem: Incubating Terror


Morton A. Klein, President, ZOA ;

Clarence H. Wagner, International Director, Bridges for Peace;

Amb. Zalman Shoval, Former Ambassador

of Israel to the United States

Moderator: Elyakim Ha'etzni

Anti-Zionism: Heart of the Politics of Immorality

Rev. Malcolm Hedding, Executive Director, ICEJ

Anti-Semitism: Key to Immorality

Dr. Hillel Fradkin, President,

Ethics & Public Policy Center

"Can the Stone the Builders rejected be a cornerstone (again) -

The prospects for moral revival"

Rabbi Dr. Shlomo Riskin,

Dean, Ohr Torah Institutions

A Light Unto The Nations:

a Jewish Perspective

Benjamin Netanyahu, Minister of Finance

The Failure of the U.N. in Dealing with the Global Moral Crisis

Keynote Address:

Dr. Uzi Landau, Minister for Strategic Cooperation between the U.S. and Israel

"Finding the Right Road to Peace"

12th - Sunday

Discussion Session

Workshop 1:

Bringing the World to understand the immorality of anti-Zionism

Moderator: Michael Widlansky, Hebrew University

Hadar Cars, Chairman, Sweden-Israel Friendship Association;

Rijk Van Dam, Dutch Member of European Parliament;

Dr. Joel S. Fishman, Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs;

Yoram Ettinger, former Minister for Congressional Affairs at Israel's Embassy in US

Workshop 2:

The Moslem World: Prospects of democratization and overcoming hatred of Zionism

Moderator: Steve Rodan, Middle East News Line

Dr. K.P.S Gill, Institute for Conflict Management, India;

Prof. John W. Swails, Oral Roberts University;

Dr. Aharon Yaffe, The International Policy Institute for Counter Terrorism at the In-disciplinary Center;

Dr. Justus Reid Weiner, Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs

Workshop 3:

Peace Against Truth: When Peace Movements Reinforce Evil

Moderator: Prof. Arieh Eldad, Knesset Member

Prof. Shlomo Sharan, Tel-Aviv University;

Irit Linur;

Dr. Rachel Ehrenfeld, American Center for Democracy;

Laurence Weinbaum, World Jewish Congress, Jerusalem

Greetings from Uri Lupolianski, Mayor of Jerusalem

Keynote Address:

Perpetuating Moral Values In Difficult Times

Michael D. Evans, President, Jerusalem Prayer Team

13th - Monday

2nd Session:

Israel Endangered: A Threat to the Free World

Chairman: Morris J. Amitay; Vice Chairman, JINSA

Eliot Engel, Congressman (D-NY), U.S. House of Representatives

Syria Accountability Act


Paul G. Cerjan, U.S. Army General (Ret)

Yossef Bodansky, Director of The Congressional Task Force on Terrorism and Unconventional Warfare at the US House of Representatives;

Itamar Marcus, Palestinian Media Watch;

Brig. Gen. (Res.) Dr. Aharon Levran,

former Senior Intelligence Officer, Strategy and National Defense;

Moderator: Israel Harel, Essayist, Columnist

Security Ramifications of a Palestinian State


Prof. Eliyahu Kanovsky, Bar-Ilan University;

Deborah Bodlander, Senior Middle East Policy Advisor, The Gilman Group;

Dr. Mordechai Nisan, Hebrew University;

Dr. David Bukay, University of Haifa;

Moderator: Dr. Martin Sherman, Tel-Aviv University

Economic, Social and Strategic Ramifications of a Palestinian State

Prof. Daniel Pipes, Director, Middle East Forum

Rethinking the Arab-Israeli Conflict

Keynote Address: Ambassador Dr. Alan Keyes

13th - Monday

Discussion Session

Explaining the Role of Israel to the Western World

Workshop 1:

Media: Recognizing truth in the news

Moderator: John Batchelor, ABC Radio

David Aikman (author),

Bret Stephens (Jerusalem Post, editor-in-chief), John Loftus (author)

Workshop 2:

Academia: Researching truth or breeding hatred? A European perspective

Moderator: Prof. Wolf Moskovich, Hebrew University

Prof. Joel Kotek, Centre d'Etudes Juives Contemporaines de Paris;

Prof. Otto Luthar, Slovenian Academy of Science;

Prof. Mihajlo Mihajlov, author (Serbia);

Prof. Arieh Zaritsky, Ben Gurion University of the Negev

14th - Tuesday

3rd Session:

Alternatives for a Just and Durable Peace in the Middle East

Chairman: Herbert Zweibon, Chairman, Americans For a Safe Israel

Frank Gaffney, President, Center for Security Policy

The Arab Israeli Conflict - the Key to Fighting International Terrorism

Cal Thomas, Syndicated Columnist, Fox News Host

The Road Map: Another folly?

Prof. Raphael Israeli, Truman Institute for Peace

Principles for a Just Peace in the Middle East

Benny Elon, Minister of Tourism

The Right Road to Peace: Presentation of the Elon Peace Initiative

Dr. Yuval Arnon-Ohana, Yehuda & Shomron College

The Mosaic Sovereignty Concept

Prof. Talia Einhorn, Tel-Aviv University

Legal perspectives of the Arab-Israeli conflict


Moderator: Uri Elitzur, Essayist, Columnist

Dr. Atalia Ben-Meir, Researcher ACPR;

Yossi Ben Aharon, Former CEO Prime Minister Office;

Dr. Alexander Bligh, College of Judea and Samaria;

Rand Fishbein, Fishbein Associates, Inc.;

Moderator: Uri Elitzur, Essayist, Columnist

The Elon Peace Initiative: A Viable Alternative?

Presentation of the Henry (Scoop) Jackson Award to Hon. Richard Perle,

Resident Fellow at American Enterprise Institute (AEI)

14th - Tuesday

Final Discussion Session

Moving the Jerusalem Summit Forward

Moderator: Mandell I. Ganchrow, MD; Executive Vice President, Religious Zionists of America, Immediate Past President of Orthodox Union (OU)

Joint Reception with the International Christian Embassy Jerusalem (ICEJ)

Farewell Dinner Hosted by Benny Elon, Minister of Tourism


Satellite Link-Up with Members of Congress, Capitol Hill

Moderator: Esther Levens, National Unity Coalition for Israel;

Dr. Yuri Shtern, Knesset Member

Jerusalem Summit Participants:

David Aikman

Morton A. Klein

Morris J. Amitay

Professor Joel Kotek

Dr. Yuval Arnon-Ohana

Minister Dr. Uzi Landau

Christopher Barder

Brig. General (Res.) Dr. Aharon Lev-Ran

John Batchelor

Esther H. Levens

Dr. Avi Beker

Charley J. Levine

Yossi Ben-Aharon

Minister Avigdor Lieberman

Dr. Atalia Ben-Meir

Irit Linur

Dr. Alexander Bligh

John Loftus

Yossef Bodansky

Mayor Uri Lupolianski

Deborah Bodlander

Professor Otto Luthar

Dr. Ron Breiman

Itamar Marcus

Senator Sam Brownback (R-KS)

Daniel Mazin (Adam Ben-Israel)

Dr. David Bukay

Professor Mihajlo Mihajlov

Hadar Cars

Professor Wolf Moskovich

General (Ret.) Paul G. Cerjan

Minister Benyamin Netanyahu

Rabbi Shear Yashuv Cohen

Dr. Mordechai Nisan

Dr. Rachel Ehrenfeld

Vice Prime Minister Ehud Olmert

Prof. Paul Eidelberg

Hon. Richard Perle

Professor Talia Einhorn

Professor Daniel Pipes

Brig.-Gen. (Res.) MK Ephraim Eitam

Dmitry Radyshevsky

MK Professor Aryeh Eldad

Naomi Ragen

Uri Elitzur

Dr. Justus Reid Weiner

Minister Benny Elon

Rabbi Dr. Shlomo Riskin

Congressman (D-NY) Eliot Engel

Steve Rodan

Yoram Ettinger

Yashiko Sagamori

Michael D. Evans

Professor Shlomo Sharan

Joseph Farah

Dr. Martin Sherman

Dr. Sergei Filatov

Ambassador Zalman Shoval

Dr. Rand H. Fishbein

MK Dr. Uri Shtern

Dr. Joel S. Fishman

Arieh Stav

Dr. Hillel Fradkin

Bret Stephens

Dr. Frank Gaffney

Professor John W. Swails

Mandell I. Ganchrow

Cal Thomas

Dr. K.P.S. Gill

Col. (Ret.) Yoash Tsiddon-Chatto

Attr. Elyakim Ha'etzni

Rijk Van Dam

Israel Harel

Clarence H. Wagner

Reverend Malcolm Hedding

Laurence Weinbaum

Malcolm I. Hoenlein

Michael Widlanski

Professor Raphael Israeli

Dr. Aharon Yaffe

Dr. Shlomo Kalish

Professor Arieh Zaritsky

Professor Eliyahu Kanovsky

Herbert Zweibon

Ambassador Dr. Alan Keyes


By: Richard Melson

Cambridge Forecast Group

June, 2004

Outsourcing American Foreign Policy: II

The following text from the Jerusalem Summit will show any objective reader that the Jews, who were always the spearhead and conceptualizers for the left-crazy segment of world politics are now right-crazy.

American foreign policy has been outsourced to Israel and its "right-crazy" representatives worldwide, the neo-cons.

This is now blocking world-policy making and is a macrohistorical roadblock of the most severe kind.

Jerusalem Declaration

We have commenced this conference because we realize that our civilization has reached a turning point. While its basic security and fundamental humanistic values are challenged by a new form of totalitarianism called Radical Islam, our resolve to fight it is simultaneously undermined by the false philosophy of Moral Relativism.

We hold the struggle against totalitarianism, previously manifested by Communism and Fascism, to be the contemporary history's greatest test and challenge. Radical Islam is the third such attempt in 100 years to strangle the Free World-a very lethal attempt whose perpetrators cynically exploit the very openness of the democratic society that they seek to destroy.

Our opponents have hijacked issues like human rights and national self-determination and use them to falsely mask the ideology of Jihad. Existing international organizations provide virtually no effective moral compass. We must find a new basis for uniting the nations and use it to develop an effective moral, military and political strategy for defending our civilization.

We believe that the principles of this Declaration will help define this strategy and serve as a cornerstone upon which all the forces resisting totalitarianism and moral corrosion can unite.


The United Nations Organization has betrayed its democratic principles, turning into a tribalized confederation hijacked by Third World dictatorships, eager to aid and abet radical Islam in any way possible. While the West is the founder and the financial sponsor of the UN, this agency in its present form cannot guarantee the survival of our civilization.

The radical disparity in the political maturity of member countries has resulted in the abuse of democratic rule by simple majority. Since the Jihad impulse of radical Islam inevitably leads to a clash of civilizations, it is the principal civilizations (Europe, United States, Latin America, etc.) that should be represented in a new kind of Council, with each grouping given one vote. This will facilitate common policies against radical Islam, which will not enjoy a majority as it musters automatically in other global forums.

The principal duty of this new Council will be to reach an agreement on common moral values and adhere to them in promoting brotherly co-existence of different nations on earth. It will support international laws, foster security and advocate equitable economic and environmental policies.

The emergence of the Civilizations Council will not render the UN obsolete; the latter can still perform a number of useful functions, including humanitarian tasks, though power should not be used to prop up totalitarian regimes whose very existence contradicts the UN charter and the laws of humanity.


Billions of people believe that Jerusalem's spiritual and historical importance endows it with a special authority to become a center of world's unity.

Israel's unique geographic and historic position at the crossroads of civilizations enables it to reconcile their conflicts. Israel's unique spiritual experience enables it to find a golden mean between the fault lines dividing civilizations: between tradition and modernity, religion and science, authority and democracy.

We call upon all nations to choose Jerusalem, the eternal and indivisible capital of Israel, as a center for this evolving new unity. We believe that one of the objectives of Israel's divinely-inspired rebirth is to make it the center of the new unity of the nations, which will lead to an era of peace and prosperity, foretold by the Prophets.

Most Islamic countries, regrettably, have sworn to destroy Israel. We call on the countries of the Free World to realize the following: if the people of Israel can live in peace in their Promised Land, peace will have a chance to reign in the whole world. If radical Islam succeeds in destroying Israel, there will never be peace, and Western civilization will fall to Jihad as well.

For the sake of the entire world and therein, the land of Israel must belong to the people of Israel.


Supporting the creation of a PLO state in Judea and Samaria is a historical injustice of colossal proportion.

A tiny democracy is urged to concede the only thing it lacks - territory - to totalitarian regimes in exchange for the promises of the only thing they cannot provide - peace.

In pressuring to attain this suicidal arrangement, the "free world" betrays the very principles on which it is based. Anti-Israel and anti-Zionist attitudes, which disguise primordial anti-Semitism, constitute one area where hypocrisy in international politics is most visible.

The genesis of a totalitarian PLO state would represent an act of surrender to radical Islam's false rhetoric and a capitulation to terror.

The totalitarian PLO state would become a safe haven for international terrorism, a new Taliban-esque refuge, replete with plots to destroy both Israel and the West. Thus the future generations of the Free World will pay in blood for their fathers' moral blindness.

We call on the government of Israel to provide moral leadership to the world in the struggle against terror:

Cease negotiating with terrorists and proffering mass releases of captured murderers.

Eliminate the terror-sponsoring capabilities of the Palestinian Authority.

Liberate Arabs residing in Judea, Samaria and Gaza from the Jihad propaganda machine, which has turned them into a morally depraved people who worship murder and terror.

Promote a viable humanistic alternative for just and secure peace instead of creating a terrorist PLO state.

We call on all free nations to:

Unite in order to remove from power despotic Islamic regimes and re-educate an entire generation of Muslim children to embrace the democratic traditions of normative Islam.

Recognize the PLO/ PA as the terrorist organization which it is.

Cease forcing Israel to negotiate with terrorists.

Encourage Israel to establish full sovereignty throughout the land of Israel.


To wage a war against terror consistently and confidently,

we must underscore the following aspects:

A. Political

We must reaffirm our faith in our values and the righteousness of our cause.

Western civilization must assume the responsibility for the millions of people who still live under despotic regimes and do their utmost to liberate them. The regimes that refuse to fight terrorism actively will be considered terrorist, and will risk removal through regime change.

All of their circle of influence -- government, clergy, media, and the armed forces -- will be held accountable for the terror acts committed with their support.

Terrorism should be regarded as a crime against humanity, and not a criminal phenomenon that can be solved by political negotiations, social benefits or economic improvement.

Finally, the ideology of Jihad must be declared a form of racism and genocide.

B. Military

We must reject the doctrine of "symmetrical response". The war against terrorism must be total, with the objective being its complete elimination.

Regimes that sponsor terror operations and allow terrorists to hide among civilians will be held responsible for any collateral damage stemming from military retaliation or liquidation of terrorists.

Terrorists should not be dealt with through ordinary judicial procedures. Their cases require emergency legislation and trials by special military courts.

C. Economical

All nations should join the US in curbing "charities" that serve as a facade for terrorism. Since Middle East oil profits have become the means of sponsoring terrorism, we must seek to establish an international trust over the regional oil reserves and using them for the welfare and enlightenment of local people. These monies will also be used towards dismantling the so-called "refugee" camps, which are currently the hotbeds of terrorism, and the resettlement of their residents. Alternative energy resources in, by and for the democratic nations must be encouraged and developed as an urgent global priority.

D. Media

We are appalled by media attempts to establish "moral equivalence" between the blood of innocents murdered by terrorists and the casualties among civilians used by terrorists as a protective shield. We must draw a clear line between terrorist acts and counter-terrorist measures.

We must dismantle the slick propaganda machine of Jihad. This includes denying publicity to terrorists and their apologists, and taking harsh sanctions against media that persist in rationalizing terror.

We must find the way to tell the decent men and women of the Islamic world the truth about the real state of corruption and tyranny in Islamic countries in general and under the Palestinian Authority in particular, encouraging them to overthrow their domineering dictatorships.

E. Academia

We must reject moral relativism and confront creeping "anti-Zionism" on Western campuses.

We must actively sponsor those who suffered the persecution from radical regimes to tour campuses and lecture students about the real objectives of radical Islam and consequences of failure to resist it.


The front line in the war we are fighting rests in the birthplace of Judeo-Christian civilization. The stakes are high: if Israel and Jerusalem are fortified, they will become the center where mankind will gather to usher in an era of peace and prosperity. But the West's failure to save them may well spell doom for civilization itself.

Just as in the past the Free World stood together against Fascism and Communism, so it today must do to combat the third challenge: radical Islam. We prevailed then, and we shall prevail now. United around Jerusalem and armed with our eternal values, we cannot fail.

1st Jerusalem Summit. Topics and Speeches

Crisis in Morality and International Policy: How Israel can be a solution

Ramifications of a Palestinian state

Alternatives to Oslo

Dmitry Radyshevsky

Goals of the Summit

Prof. Daniel Pipes

Rethinking the Arab-Israeli Conflict

Frank Gaffney

President, Center for Security Policy.

The Arab Israeli Conflict - the Key to Fighting International Terrorism

Hon. Richard Perle

Member of the Defense Policy Board

Ambassador Dr. Alan Keyes

Cal Thomas

Syndicated Columnist, Fox News Host.

The Road Map: Another folly

Benjamin Netanyahu

The Failure of the U.N. in Dealing with the Global Moral Crisis

Morris Amitay

Vice Chairman, JINSA

Prof. Raphael Israeli

Truman Institute for Peace.

Principles for a Just Peace in -the Middle East

Sen. Sam Brownback (R-KS)

US Senate

Paul Cerjan

U.S. Army General (Ret)

Benny Elon

Minister of Tourism.

The Right Road to Peace: Presentation of the Elon Peace Initiative

Rep. Eliot Engel (D-NY)

US Congress

Yossef Bodansky

Director of The Congressional Task Force on Terrorism and Unconventional Warfare at the US House of Representatives

Dr. Yuval Arnon-Ohana

Yehuda & Shomron College.

The Mosaic Sovereignty Concept

Rabbi Shear Yashuv Cohen

Gathering Nations in Jerusalem

Itamar Marcus

Palestinian Media Watch

Prof. Talia Einhorn

Tel-Aviv Univ ersity.

Legal perspectives of the Arab-Israeli conflict

Avigdor Lieberman

Minister of Transportation

Brig. Gen. (Res.) Dr. Aharon Lev-Ran

former Senior Intelligence Officer,

Strategy and National Defense

Dr. Atalia Ben-Meir

Researcher ACPR

Dr. Uzi Landau

Minister for Strategic Cooperation between the U.S. and Israel

"Finding the Right Road to Peace"

Israel Harel

Essayist, Columnist

Yossi Ben Aharon

Former CEO Prime Minister Office

Mike Evans

President, Jerusalem Prayer Team Perpetuating Moral Values In Difficult Times

Prof. Eliyahu Kanovsky

(Bar-Ilan University)

Dr. Alexander Bligh

College of Judea and Samaria

Ehud Olmert

Jerusalem as the Moral Alternative

Debra Bodlander

Senior Middle East Policy Advisor,

The Gilman Group

Dr. Rand Fishbein

Fishbein Consulting Associates Inc.

Dr. Avi Beker

UNRWA: Perpetuating the Refugee Problem: Incubating Terror

Dr. Mordechai Nisan

Hebrew University

Uri Elitzur

Essayist, Columnist

Morton Klein

President, ZOA

Dr. David Bukay

University of Haifa

Herbert Zweibon

President, Americans For A Safe Israel

Clarence Wagner

International Director, Bridges for Peace

Dr. Martin Sherman

Tel-Aviv University

Amb. Zalman Shoval

Former Ambassador of Israel to the United States

Bringing the World to understand the immorality of anti-Zionism

The Moslem World: Prospects of democratization and overcoming hatred of Zionism

Rev. Malcolm Hedding

Executive Director, ICEJ

Michael Widlanski

Hebrew University

Steve Rodan

Middle East News Line

Uri Lupolianski

Mayor of Jerusalem

Rijk Van Dam

Dutch Member of European Parliament

Dr. K.P.S Gill

Institute for Conflict Management, India

Dr. Hillel Fradkin

President, Ethics & Public Policy Center

Dr. Joel Fishman

Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs

Prof. Johnny Swails

Oral Roberts University

Rabbi Dr. Shlomo Riskin

Dean, Ohr Torah Institutions

Yoram Ettinger

former Minister for Congressional Affairs

at Israel's Embassy in US

Dr. Aharon Yaffe

The International Policy Institute for Counter Terrorism at the In-disciplinary Center

Dr. Ron Breiman

Professors for Strong Israel

Elyakim Ha'etzni

Attorney, former Knesset Member

Dr. Justus Reid Weiner

Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs

Prof. Paul Eidelberg

A New Dark Age

Academia: Researching truth or breeding hatred? A European perspective

Peace Against Truth: When Peace Movements Reinforce Evil

Media: Recognizing truth in the news

Prof. Wolf Moskovich

Hebrew University

Moderator: John Batchelor

ABC Radio

Prof. Joel Kotek

(Centre d'Etudes Juives Contemporaines de Paris)

Prof. Shlomo Sharan

Tel-Aviv University

David Aikman


Prof. Otto Luthar

(Slovenian Academy of Science)

Irit Linor

Bret Stephens

Jerusalem Post, editor-in-chief

Mihajlo Mihajlov

(Professor & author, Belgrade)

Dr. Rachel Ehrenfeld

American Center for Democracy

John Loftus


Prof. Arieh Zaritsky

(Ben Gurion University of the Negev)

Laurence Weinbaum

World Jewish Congress, Jerusalem

Moving the Summit Forward

Mandell I. Ganchrow

MD; Executive Vice President, Religious Zionists of America



Richard Melson

Cambridge Forecast Group

June, 2004



The Strategic Dialog Center (SDC) is a think-tank based at Netanya Academic College in Netanya, Israel. Its founding co-chairman is Michael Gorbachev.

The SDC is part of a wider Zionist/neo-con strategy which wants to show the world that Washington decisions are all "vetted", approved, and crafted not by the White House or Congress, who have "outsourced" or "off-shored" this function to Israel and its neo-con operatives. Thus, while much passion and ink is devoted to the outsourcing of "call centers" and software to Bangalore, India, no one discusses this much more historic case, the hand-off of American policy-making to Israel and the neo-cons. Some of the leading and most virulent neo-cons are of course, not themselves Jewish, as in the case of former CIA head, James Woolsey, whose name you see below.

Bush, Cheney, Rumsfeld, Condoleeza Rice, Powell, et al have been bent to Israel’s will and recently the Pope and UN Secretary Kofi Annan too "genuflected" before Israel. (decrying anti-Semitism is the current codeword or fig leaf for this surrender. Elie Wiesel and Abraham Foxman "accepted" the UN surrender a few days ago)

This signals to the whole world that Israel and the neo-con machinery is "sui generis," the actual power center behind Washington decisions and that therefore, Israel, the Jews, and the neo-cons rule. This is why Israeli leaders keep "changing the game" and putting the world off balance, to show that they decide and the world submits and not the other way.


This was written up as follows:

On 6th May 2003, the SDC held it's first US conference at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York. Organized around "Global Terrorism - The Way Ahead", the audience was treated to a wealth of experience from such distinguished speakers as former Swedish Prime Minister Carl Bildt (senior negotiator in the Serbian-Bosnian conflict), former Indonesian President Abdurrachman Wahid, former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak, and former Director of Mossad Danny Yatom. Other eminent speakers included James Woolsey, former Director of the CIA; Louis Freeh, former Director of the FBI; Assaf Hafetz, former Israeli Police Commissioner; Maj Gen (ret) Mansour Abu Rashid from Jordan who recounted his fight against Israel in several wars and how subsequently both countries had established a lasting peace; Steven Emerson, well-known and highly respected journalist who now heads The Investigative Project; as well as many other prominent business leaders and security experts.

Note by Richard Melson:

Steven Emerson is of course the well known Jewish Islamophobia

enterpreneur whose poisonousness and hatred are without limit.


Mikhail Gorbachev (co-chair), former President of the USSR.

Ehud Barak (co-chair), former Prime Minister of Israel.

Prince Hassan Bin Tallal of Jordan (co-chair).

Dr. Mustafa Khalil, former Prime Minister of Egypt.

Karl Bildt, former Prime Minister of Sweden.

Sergei Stepashin, former President of Russia.

Frederick W. De Klerk, former President of South Africa.

Abdurrahman Wahid, former President of Indonesia.

Giulio Andreotti, former Prime Minister of Italy.

Berndt Schmidtbauer, former German Intelligence Minister.

Dan Meridor, former Israel Government Minister.

Danny Yatom, MK, Maj.Gen.(ret),former Mossad chief.

R. James Woolsey, former director of Central Intelligence, USA.

Louis Freeh, former FBI director, USA.

Ya’akov Perry, former Shin Bet chief.

Sandy Berger, former US presidential adviser on National Security.

Martin Indyk, former US Ambassador to Israel.

Edwin Core, director international program, University of Oklahoma.

Ari Shuali, Dr. Giora Eliraz, Dr. Mishka Ben David, Dr. Shmuel Bar, former Mossad officials.

Att. Yehoshua Horesh Tel Aviv.

Att. Ram Caspi Tel Aviv.

Att. Yehuda Raveh Jerusalem.

Att. Zaki Kamal Dalyat al-Karmel.

Cmdr (ret) Arieh Amit, Cmdr (ret) Gabi Last, Commissioner (ret) Assaf Hefetz, former Israel Police Commissioner.

David Altman, vice president for development, Netanya College.

Dr. Moshe Amirav, public policy expert, Haifa University.

Aviva Palter, Netanya College

Dr. Muli Peleg, strategic affairs expert, Netanya College.

Dr. Nitza Nahmias, international treaties expert, Haifa University.

Dr. Reuven Pedatzur, strategic affairs expert, Netanya College.

Gen. Mansour Abu-Rashid,, director Peace and Development Center, Jordan.

Lt. Gen (ret) Moshe Levi, former IDF Chief of Staff.

David Ivry, Maj.Gen.(ret), former Israel Ambassador to Washington.

Maj.Gen.(ret) Yomtov Samya, Maj.Gen.(ret) Ya’akov Amidror. Menashe Raz journalist.

Moshe Keret, director Israel Aircraft Industries.,

Moshe Ortasse, Bsc aircraft expert

Yitzhak Mayer, former Israel Ambassador to Switzerland.

Prof. Aharon Kleiman, Political Science Dept.,Tel Aviv University.

Prof. Aristide Zollberg, University of New York.

Prof. Avi Ben-Zvi, Tel Aviv University.

Prof. Bernard Pinchuk, rector Netanya College.

Prof. Dan Diner, historian, Hebrew University Jerusalem.

Prof. David Singer, University of Michigan.

Prof. Gabi Ben-Dor, director International Security Research Center, Haifa.

Prof. Galia Golan, Hebrew University Jerusalem.

Prof. Harvey Starr, Political Sciences Dept., Boston College, USA.

Prof. Mark Jurgenmeyer, University of California.

Prof. Peter Wallenstein, University of Uppsala, Sweden.

Prof. Shaul Mish’al, oriental studies expert, Tel Aviv University.

Prof. Shlomi Michaels, Columbia University, NY.

Prof. Shlomo Ben-Ami, former Israeli Foreign Minister.

Prof. Sinai Deutsch, rights laws expert, dean Law School, Netanya College.

Prof. Theodor Postol, MIT.

Prof. William Gameson, Sociology Dept., University of South Carolina.

Prof. Yosef Ginat, oriental studies expert, Haifa University, former PM adviser.

Prof. Ze’ev Ma’oz, head School of Government, Tel Aviv University.

Prof. Zvi Arad, mathematician, president of Netanya College.

Poju Zabludowicz, London.

Shmuel Dankner, Dankner Investments.

Yitzhak Teshuva, Delek Company.

Yossi Ackerman, president Elbit Company.

Jerry and Michael Feldman, GP Strategies USA.

Dr. Shlomo Kalish, Jerusalem Ventures,

Elisha Yanai, president Motorola.

Claude Breitman, Architect.

Arthur Birch, ECSI International USA.

Aubrey Balkind, USA.

Trevor Chinn, London.

Trevor Spiro, Spiro Group, UK.


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