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    Please send as far and wide as possible. Thanks, Robert Sterling Editor, The Konformist http://www.konformist.com Date: Friday, January 08, 1999 09:56:24 PM
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      Please send as far and wide as possible.

      Thanks,

      Robert Sterling
      Editor, The Konformist
      http://www.konformist.com


      Date: Friday, January 08, 1999 09:56:24 PM
      From: chamish@...
      Subj: Kissinger In Israel


      Kissinger's Plan for Israel in the New World Order
      by Noah Hutchings and Carol Rushton

      Henry Kissinger was born to Jewish parents in Germany, May 27, 1923. As Nazi
      persecutions
      grew in 1938, Kissinger's parents came to America. Henry attended Harvard
      and graduated
      with a Ph.D in 1954. He served in the army in World War II as translator,
      interrogater, and
      taught German to American soldiers. He served under the auspicies of the
      army's branch of
      counter intelligence. He was discharged in 1946, a Master Sargeant.

      During Kissinger's latter Harvard days, he served as Executive Director of
      International
      Seminar, a forum for young foreign intellectuals. His seemingly approach to
      the problems of
      world politics got the attention of the Council on Foreign Relations, and in
      1955 Kissenger was
      appointed director for nuclear disarmament studies by the CFR. The Reece
      Committee of the
      House of Representatives charged that Kissinger advocated "Globalism
      concepts . . . in
      believing we should ignore the national interest in the wider interest of
      creating a world
      collectivism."

      Between 1956 and 1958 Kissinger was director of the Rockefeller Brothers
      Fund. In 1963 he
      became an adviser to Nelson Rockefeller when Rockefeller was running for
      president. His rise
      to political prominence was meteoric. Presidents and ambassadors beat a path
      to his
      doorsteps. He received commendations by Eisenhower, Kennedy, and Nixon. He was
      appointed Secretary of State by Nixon, the highest office a foreign born
      citizen can hold. It
      seems also more than coincidental that Madelaine Albright, current Secretary
      of State, was also
      born in Germany.

      In the 50's and 60's Kissinger served in the State Department, the Defense
      Department, and
      the CIA as an advisor. He published widely read papers and books, including
      "Nuclear
      Weapons and Foreign Policy" and "The Necessity For Choice." In all his jobs
      he was the front
      man for the CFR and the Rockefellers. His diplomatic victories astounded the
      world: negotiating
      the settlement of the Vietnam War, limiting the aftermath of the wars
      between Israel and the
      surrounding nations, and restoring diplomatic relations between the United
      States and China.
      He was hailed as "The Man of Wonder," and the news media even proposed Henry
      Kissinger
      be elected "President of Planet Earth."

      Henry Kissinger was not politically soiled by the Nixon Watergate affair,
      and though his
      international diplomatic affairs were less publicized during the Carter and
      Reagan
      administrations, they were no less intense and effective. The sole aim of
      Kissinger as a
      dedicated member of the CFR is to see the New World Order established before
      his death. It
      now seems rather obvious that Kissinger was the architect of the Oslo
      agreement.

      The final chapter of Kissinger's 912 page book, Diplomacy, copyrighted 1994,
      is titled "The New
      World Order Reconsidered." The subject and main thrust of this last chapter
      is updated in a
      lengthy article by Henry Kissinger in the January 27, 1997, edition of
      Newsweek. In both his
      book and the article in Newsweek, Kissinger advises how the United States
      should maintain
      foreign diplomacy during the next few years leading to the third millennium
      and the New World
      Order. Kissinger sees China becoming stronger and a greater force in the Far
      East; he wonders
      if an expanding United Europe will remain friendly to the United States; he
      predicts that Russia
      will rebound under a new found nationalism; and he seems to worry most about
      the threat in the
      Middle East that might erupt into a World War. Kissinger's view of the rocky
      road to the New
      World Order is more in line with what the Bible prophesies: Russia coming
      down from the north,
      the Antichrist rising up out of Europe, an army of 200 million men marching
      from the East, etc.

      In a C-Span production aired over international television on February 23,
      1997, Kissinger
      presided over a forum composed of all the secretaries of state that were
      alive. The forum was
      sponsored by the Council on Foreign Relations. Cyrus Vance, Alexander Haig,
      and Chinese
      Ambassador to the United States, Li Daoyu, were among those present. The
      affair was to pay
      honor to Den Xiou Peng ??? upon his demise, and the 25th anniversary of the
      Shanghai
      Communique, which was engineered by Kissinger himself. This forum again
      demonstrated the
      power of Henry Kissinger in the arena of international affairs.

      Yehuda Levy, President and Publisher of The Jerusalem Post has been a dear
      friend of ours for
      twenty years. When we were in Jerusalem this past December, a tour member
      asked Yehuda
      what role Kissinger was playing in Israel and the Middle East. Yehuda's
      answer did not make
      sense at the time-he said he could not respond because Kissinger had too
      much interest in
      the Post. In January it was announced that Yehuda Levy would be moved up and
      no longer be
      associated with The Jerusalem Post. Keeping in mind that on the Internet The
      Jerusalem Post
      has become an international source of information for the Middle East,
      rivaling CNN, the New
      York Times, and the London Daily Mail-this was surprising. When I called
      Yehuda and asked
      him what his new job would be, he did not seem to know. So I called Carol,
      my daughter, at The
      Jerusalem Post and asked her to research Kissinger's present role in Middle
      East affairs. Here
      is her report:

      Henry Kissinger-The Real Prime Minister of
      Israel

      Henry Kissinger's involvement with the Council on Foreign Relations and the
      New World Order
      has been well documented for many years. However, little is known to
      Americans of his role in
      the Middle East and how he has influenced the events there to help the New
      World Order gain
      control over this area of the world.

      The late Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin met Kissinger when he was the U.S.
      secretary of state
      and Rabin served as the Israeli ambassador to the U.S. from 1968-1972.
      Later, Rabin stated
      that Kissinger was his role model.

      During the Yom Kippur War, Kissinger refused to supply much-needed arms to
      Israel unless
      Golda Meir resigned as prime minister and supported Rabin as the next Labor
      Party candidate
      for the post. At that time, Rabin had never even been a Knesset member and
      was listed far
      down on Labor's Knesset list. After the war, Meir appointed Rabin as
      Minister of Labor and
      supported his candidacy for party chairman, paving his way to become prime
      minister in 1974.

      While Rabin was prime minister, Kissinger presented his "Gaza-Jericho First"
      plan in 1976
      which called upon Israel to withdraw from the Gaza Strip and the city of
      Jericho first in any
      overall peace plan with the PLO. It was this plan that was incorporated into
      the Oslo
      Agreements which Israel and the PLO signed in 1993; the first Israeli
      redeployment under Oslo
      was from the Gaza Strip and Jericho.

      During his first term as premier, Rabin and Kissinger redrew the map of the
      Middle East, which
      included Lebanon being absorbed by Syria. (It was this plan which reportedly
      caused Ariel
      Sharon to resign as Defense Minister under Rabin's government.) Kissinger
      then instigated the
      Levanese civil war in order to accomplish this goal. He succeeded when Syria
      annexed
      Lebanon during the 1991 Persian Gulf War.

      During Menachem Begin's tenure as premier, Kissinger's influence in Israel
      was considerably
      reduced. Begin tried to reverse the Kissinger plan through the Peace for
      Galilee War in the
      1980's (also known as the Lebanon War.) It wasn't until the Labor Party
      regained power in the
      1992 elections with Rabin as prime minister that Kissinger could truly
      reassert his influence in
      Israel.

      Kissinger seems to have a great deal of power over other individuals as
      well. In 1994, Foreign
      Minister Shimon Peres was on his way to South Africa when, summoned by
      Kissinger, he made
      a 5,000 mile detour to meet Kissinger for two hours in a Manhattan restaurant.

      Ariel Sharon, former defense minister and now national infrastructure
      minister, alson met
      privately with Kissinger at the Sheraton Hotel in Manhattan on October 17,
      1996; they were
      spotted by reporters. The Jerusalem Post also published a picture from the
      Associated Press of
      the two men shaking hands in its October 11, 1996, edition. Sharon,
      supposedly in New York
      for an Israel-North America Business Conference, told reporters at a press
      conference after the
      meeting with Kissinger, "There must be sacrifices for peace. Peace, like
      war, is cruel. It requires
      concessions." Sharon's spokesman, Raanan Giffin, later played down the
      entire affair. "I don't
      know why everyone is making such a fuss about it," Giffin said. "Mr. Sharon
      has met Dr.
      Kissinger every time he's flown to America over the past twenty five years .
      . . Dr. Kissinger and
      Mr. Sharon have shared a deep friendship that began after the Yom Kippur War."

      Giffin refused to give details about what Sharon and Kissinger discussed,
      saying that only the
      peace process and "regional details" were involved. Kissinger continues to
      control Israel
      through the latest prime minister-Benjamin Netanyahu.

      Netanyahu's contacts with individuals from the Council of Foreign Relations
      can be traced to an
      anti-terrorism conference which Netanyahu organized in memory of his dead
      brother, Yonatan,
      who died during the raid on Entebbe, Uganda.

      Netanyahu returned to Israel after quitting a $100,000 a year job in the
      U.S. with the Boston
      Group, owned by Ira Magarzina, a well-known New World Order insider and the
      person behind
      the failed Clinton health plan. Netanyahu worked for the Boston Group only
      eight months,
      deciding to take a position with a furniture firm in Israel which paid only
      $25,000. When he held
      the anti-terrorism conference, the CFR sent its most influential members at
      the time-including
      George Schultz and George Bush from the Trilateral Commission. It is strange
      that the CFR
      would be interested in a conference organized by an unknown, even if it was
      in memory of an
      Israeli war hero.

      After the anti-terrorism conference, Moshe Arens asked Netanyahu to be his
      aid in Washington,
      D.C. when Arens served as Israeli ambassador to the U.S. After a two-year
      stint working for
      Arens, Shimon Peres successfully secured Netanyahu's appointment as Israel's
      U.N.
      ambassador over Prime Minister Yitzhak Shamir's objections. While U.N.
      ambassador,
      Secretary of State George Schultz, a former member of the CFR, visited
      Netanyahu every time
      he flew to New York City.

      Schultz's connections with Netanyahu continue to this day. Before he became
      prime minister,
      Netanyahu was opposed to the establishment of a regional branch of the World
      Bank in the
      Middle East. According to an article in the August 1, 1996 edition of The
      Jerusalem Post,
      Netanyahu changed his mind after meeting with Schultz in the U.S. on his
      first visit there after
      his election victory.

      Before his death, Rabin related what he thought was a funny story in an
      interview on Israeli
      television. Kissinger told Rabin that Netanyahu had called him in New York
      and requested he
      issue a proclamation against stationing foreign troops on the Golan Heights
      as part of any
      peace treaty with Syria. According to Rabin, Kissinger told Netanyahu, "Oh,
      Bibi, stop bothering
      me with your nonsense, I don't have time."

      The next day, Netanyahu confirmed the phone call to Kissinger. However,
      Netanyahu said that
      Kissinger did not laugh at him but said he would consider Netanyahu's request.

      In spite of Netanyahu's various connections with the CFR and the New World
      Order insiders, it
      is clear he did not know exactly what he was getting involved in until after
      he was elected prime
      minister in May, 1996.

      On Friday, July 5, 1996, an economic "International Forum for the Middle
      East" was held in
      Amman, Jordan. Some of the attendees included Simon Weil, first president of
      the European
      Union, Henry Kissinger, and Conrad Black, CEO of Hollinger International and
      owner of The
      Jerusalem Post. It is somewhat odd that these men would fly from halfway
      acrosse the world to
      Amman, Jordan for a simple economic conference.

      The Jerusalem Post described the conference in its July 10, 1996, edition.
      "The 30 politicians,
      economists and academics in the forum, including Henry Kissinger, Simon
      Weil, and Lord
      Weidenfeld, will monitor the effects of important events on the region and
      make appropriate
      recommendations."

      Some important questions need to be asked about this conference. First, what
      authority do
      Henry Kissinger and these other men have to monitor events in the Middle
      East and make
      "appropriate recommendations"? What kind of recommendations will they be
      making? And to
      whom?

      After the conference, Kissinger flew to Jerusalem with conrad Black in
      Black's private plane.
      While in Jerusalem, Kissinger held two meetings: one with newly-elected
      Prime Minister
      Netanyahu and another with Yehuda Levy, president of The Jerusalem Post.

      On July 8, 1996, The Jerusalem Post carried a story about Kissinger's visits
      to both men,
      complete with a picture of Kissinger, Conrad Black, and Yehuda Levy together
      at the Post
      building. The article was entitled: "Kissinger: PM will learn peace is in
      Israel's interests."

      "Furthering the Middle East process is necessary for Israel and Benyamin
      Netanyahu will soon
      realize this, former US secretary of state Henry Kissinger said yesterday.

      "Speaking to reporters after visiting the grave of Yitzhak Rabin, Kissinger
      said, 'What he [Rabin]
      has started grew out of Israel's necessities, and I think any prime minister
      will come to the
      conclusion that the [peace] process has to be continued. Of course, each
      leader has his own
      ideas.'

      "Kissinger, in Israel to visit Rabin's family, met Netanyahu earlier at the
      prime minister's
      residence. He said he is confident Netanyahu would take a 'constructive'
      message to
      Washington on his maiden visit starting tomorrow.

      "Israel and the United States have a common destiny, and their leaders have
      come to express
      that common destiny' Kissinger added.

      " Kissinger and Conrad Black, CEO of The Jerusalem Post's parent company,
      Hollinger
      International, also paid a visit to The Jerusalem Post building for a short,
      unplanned meeting
      with the President and Publisher Yehuda Levy.

      "Levy updated them on the situation at the Post, focusing on the
      departure of
      executive editor David Bar-Illan."

      Kissinger held a two-hour private meeting with Netanyahu. According to those
      who were
      present, Netanyahu emerged from the meeting white and pale, refusing to
      repeat what
      Kissinger had said to him.

      It is not too hard to deduce who is behind Netanyahu's meetings with Arafat,
      his caving in to
      Arab demands on the Hebron agreement, and the continuing building freeze of
      Jewish
      settlements in the territories.

      Jibril Rajoub's security men will continue to roam Jerusalem unhindered.
      Under Netanyahu,
      Orient House and other PA institutions in the city have not only remained
      open, they have
      flourished. According to the February 12, 1997 edition of Ha'aretz, twenty
      PA institutions and
      offices are now operating openly in East Jerusalem. Netanyahu claimed only
      four PA
      institutions were found in Jerusalem. However, Ha'aretz listed all twenty PA
      institutions,
      describing their functions.

      It will be amazing if the apartment buildings of Jerusalem's Har Homa are
      ever built. Netanyahy
      refused to authorize building the apartments before he left for Washington,
      D.C. in February, to
      the great disappointment of Jerusalem Mayor Ehud Olmert and a delegation of
      coalition
      members. Although construction on Har Homa was authorized by the cabinet
      after he returned
      to Israel, Netanyahu ordered it delayed he says for "technical reasons."
      These same "technical
      reasons" were stated when construction for settlements in Judea and Samaria
      (West Bank)
      were authorized-and stalled.

      The amount of control Kissinger now wields over Netanyahu was never more
      clear than during
      the prime minister's trip to the U.S. in February. After meeting with
      Clinton, Netanyahu planned
      a short visit in New York City, planning to leave on Saturday night after
      Shabbat was over. But
      while he was in Washington, he suddenly announced he would stay in New York
      for an
      additional 24 hours.

      An article in Ha'aretz on Friday, February 14, 1997 reported that Netanyahu
      had decided to
      spend an extra day there in order to meet with various Jewish leaders on
      Saturday night and
      hold press conferences on Sunday. Among the additional meetings Netanyahu
      scheduled was
      one with former secretary of state Henry Kissinger.

      Netanyahu did not suddenly "decide" to stay in New York an extra 24 hours;
      he was ordered to
      do so by Kissinger.

      When Yasser Arafat declares a Palestinian state, Netanyahu will not say or
      do anything to
      prevent it, no matter how much he protests to the contrary right now.
      Indeed, he cannot do
      anything, for he is powerless.

      Israel has a hidden leader that they did not choose or vote for, and one
      they do not know
      anything about.

      Henry Kissinger is the real prime minister of Israel.

      Conclusion

      Joseph Alsop, a noted columnist who witnessed Dr. Kissinger's rise to
      political prominence,
      wrote in his editorial column:

      As secretary of state, Kissinger will be acting upon a view of the political
      historical process SO
      SOMBER THAT IT IS CLOSE TO ANTI-AMERICAN. The American view is all optimism
      and all
      morality . . . That is not the way Henry Kissinger thinks. HE NEVER EXPECTS
      ANY NATION
      TO PUT MORALITY ABOVE THE CHANCE OF GREAT GAIN . . ."

      Daily Oklahoman 9/10/73, emphasis added).

      Dr. Henry Kissinger is a political survivor. Her continues on to pursue the
      "cruel road to peace"
      at the expense of singular nationalism, biblical morality; and God's
      standard for human
      government. The odds are fantastically high as to preclude his present
      status as having been
      arrived at through chance. Therefore, if not by chance, it must be by
      design. Whose design?
      The CFR has a plan for a One World Order. The Devil pursued his plan to
      exalt his throne
      above the stars of God. God has a plan to bring all nations into Israel at
      the battle of
      Armageddon. God's plan includes ruling ". . . in the kingdom of men, and
      giveth it to
      whomsoever he will, and setteth over it the basest of men" (Daniel 4:17).

      N. W. Hutchings

      Carol Rushton



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