Bill Kristol's new Israel group using offices of old Committee for the Liberation of Iraq (Iran next?)

Vatic Note:  Remember we just read the "Protocols of the Elders of Zion" we suspect written by the Rothschild cabal in the early 1900's, and  Billy Kristol is not only a dual Israeli, but also a zionist and neocon, AND the main coordinator for the fascist Israeli neocon group occupying our government now.   well, here is what the 1919 military investigation turned up (See pic of doc  above):  Declassified US Military Intelligence Documents Confirmed Genuiness of the Protocols Of of the Elders of Zion In 1919.

The below given report is a U.S. War Department investigation and evaluation of issues generated by Jewish power. It was compiled in August 1919 and given SECRET classification until 1973.  A hard copy of this document may be obtained from U.S. National Archives in Washington DC, - its number is 245-1.

This new/old office tells us that he is about to do with Iran what he did with preparing the US government military for Iraq.   Since when does a foreign nation tell us when to go to war, take control of that war and they put nothing at risk and we put our whole nation at risk.  Well, we must do a letter officially requesting that AIPAC, Israeli embassy and neocon organs like Billy Kristol cease and desist from committing anymore crimes against humanity in our name.  This is to cover us when those nuremberg trials begin as we must show we did everything we could to stop this and after the info I received about us using tactical nuke weapons in every theatre we have agressed against, it is even more important, since that  is an even bigger war crime because of the radiation that continues killing even after the war is over, which then becomes MURDER/MASSACRE OF MILLIONS.  Its no longer "war" per se, since no one has the ability to defend themselves or fight back since they are an occupied nation.    I have a feeling they intend to do another 9-11 on top of that to justify that war, which we all know now was a false flag.   THE MISSING NUKES ISRAEL STOLE FROM THE BRITISH AND THE ONE MISSING FROM CHENEY'S FAKE MISSING NUKES FROM MINOT ND, ARE STILL AVAILABLE FOR JUST SUCH A FALSE FLAG9-11 all over again, only this time bigger.  If that happens then whatever war we fight it has to be against our real enemies, and no one else. THIS IS WHY THE PROTOCOLS ARE NOW SO IMPORTANT AS ALL OF THIS IS IN THAT 100  YEAR OLD DOCUMENT.  We the people MUST refuse to fight in any war these criminals start.  Contact your soldiers and tell them the same thing.   They cannot succeed unless we cooperate.  That will leave the criminals clearly identified and we can testify against them. 

Bill Kristol's new Israel group using offices of old Committee for the Liberation of Iraq (Iran next?)

The new Emergency Committee for Israel has some familiar digs
By Justin Elliott, Salon.com
Provided to Vatic Project by Robert DeBeero, Great Britian

If there's a headquarters of neoconservatism in Washington, there's a good argument it's 918 Pennsylvania Avenue, SE.

That's where the new Emergency Committee for Israel -- the group that launched  with a Politico feature  and an ad calling Pennsylvania Senate candidate Joe Sestak a terrorist symp -- is currently operating. And it's the same building that was base for the old Committee for the Liberation of Iraq (the Iraq sign is even still outside, apparently).

(VN:  memorize that face and location)
The latter was the outfit, remember, that had a brief but influential run  in the early 2000s providing an outside assist to the Bush Administration's push for an attack on Iraq. It included neocon luminaries like Bill Kristol (who is also on the board of the new Israel group), Richard Perle, and James Woolsey, along with senators like John McCain and Evan Bayh.

Eli Clifton of Lobe Log makes the connection:
The evidence lies in a a letter from ECI’s executive director (PDF),  Noah Pollak, to Comcast regarding the attack ad  the group has been running in Pennsylvania. The letterhead bears the following address: “918 Pennsylvania Ave., SE · Washington, D.C. 20003.”

That address happens to be the same as that of Orion Strategies, a public-relations consultancy owned and operated by renowned GOP lobbyist Randy Scheunemann,  who, in addition to serving as president of the CLI, has been retained since the 2008 elections as Sarah Palin’s personal — and Bill Kristol-approved — foreign-policy trainer.

Michael Goldfarb, who works at Orion and is an adviser to the Emergency Committee, told Salon in an email:

"They didn't exactly find the Rosetta stone there--I'm on the record as an adviser to ECI and its no secret that I work at Orion, where the Committee for the Liberation of Iraq sign is still proudly displayed on the front of the building. ECI will be opening an office next week, but given the urgency of our cause, getting an office sorted out seemed less pressing than exposing Joe Sestak's anti-Israel record."

(For the record, the Emergency Committee's website currently lists another address that appears  to be at a UPS Store.)

Noah Pollak, a writer at Commentary and head of the Emergency Committee, did not immediately return a call for comment.

So what does all this mean? For one, it's a pretty striking illustration of just how small a world the still-influential neocon foreign policy community occupies. It's also a good reminder that the Emergency Committee for Israel is following much the same low-budget, high-impact model that was used so successfully by the Committee for the Liberation of Iraq. It's a model that involves a very small staff and physical footprint coupled with the ability to get lots of free coverage from a hungry political media.

As for how much, or whether, neoconservative affinity for Israel played in the push for war with Iraq -- that's still a matter of much debate. http://www.jcpa.org/brief/brief3-25.htm

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