THE COUNCIL FOR NATIONAL POLICY
Past/Present Officers & Prominent Member Profiles
PART 1 ~ A - G
Howard Ahmanson, Jr.- CNP Board of Governors (1996). Member, Council for National Policy; major financial supporter and board member, Chalcedon; President of Fieldstead and Co.; Fieldstead Foundation. Ahmanson is an Orange County financier who inherited Home Savings of America from his father, has spent millions (over $4 million) promoting far-right candidates, first in California and then nationwide.
Ahmanson served for more than 20 years on the board of the Chalcedon Institute in Vallecito, California, a think tank devoted to the teachings of its leader, the Rev. Rousas John Rushdoony (CNP). The 80-year-old Rushdoony is the father of a movement called Christian Reconstructionism, which holds that Christianity should hold dominion over all earthly affairs. [McMahon] Ahmanson helped found The Rutherford Institute and is a major donor to Free Congress Foundation; The Ahmanson Foundation was a contributor to the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), according to 1990-1993 Annual Reports.
The Fieldstead Institute helped to fund the book "Restorers of Hope", written by Amy L. Sherman, which is a PR piece for Welfare Reform's Charitable Choice  which allows state/federal funding to flow into churches. In a radio interview Sherman said that Christians were involved in writing that section of the legislation. When asked in a phone interview who they were and she said Family Research Council, the Heritage Foundation and the Center for Public Justice. The book doesn't mention it, but Sherman works part time at the Rockefeller-funded Manhattan Institute for Public Policy [New York] which has cross-over people with both Brookings Institute and Hudson Institute [Diane Ravitch and Chester Finn]. The Manhattan Institute' Center for Civic Innovation CCI is involved in Education Reform, Welfare Reform as well as the Jeremiah Project.
Thomas R. Anderson - CNP Board of Governors (1996; 1998). Board of Directors, Family Research Council
Dr. John F. Ankerberg - CNP Membership Directory (1996, 1998). President, Ankerberg Theological Research Institute.
Hon. Richard K. Armey - CNP Membership Directory (1984-84, 1988, 1996, 1998). Majority Leader, United States House of Representative (TX-26); main author, Contract with America, which was unveiled during a Capitol signing ceremony on September 27, 1994 featuring over 300 Republican members and candidates; former chairnian, Department of Economics, North Texas State University; author, Price Theory, a graduate text; listed in Who's Who in America.
Thomas K. Armstrong - CNP Board of Governors (1996; 1998). President, Armstrong Foundation.
Sen. William L. Armstrong - CNP Board of Governors (1982). United States Senator (R-CO). Chairman of the Subcommittee on Economic Policy, Senate Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs. In 1981, he was the author of the "Tax Indexing" provisions of the Reagan Administration's much publicized "tax cut". Senator Armstrong is also a Board member of the Free Congress Research and Education Foundation, headed by Paul M. Weyrich, and funded in part by the Adolph Coors Foundation, the Smith Richardson Foundation (Vicks Vaporub) 72. and the Richard Mellon-Scaife Foundation's millions. 73. [Miller 4] Advisory Board of Intercessors for America. [Bellant (CC) 27]
John M. Ashbrook - CNP Board of Governors (1982). United States Congressman. Ashbrook was a former Chairman of the American Conservative Union (ACU) and a member of the Committee on Conservative Alternatives - Conservative Political Action Conference sponsored by the ACU and Young Americans for Freedom in cooperation with "Human Events" and the "National Review", in 1975, all described as "networks" of the "New Establishment." 75. The term "New Establishment", as used here, is defined as a grouping of "counter activist networks" under the aegis of "The New Right." Ashbrook was also active in the Young America's Foundation (tax-exempt arm of John Birch Society-Young Americans for Freedom (YAF), and advisor to United States Congressman Larry McDonald's Western Goals Foundation, and a member of the Congressional Board of [Moonie]Gary Jarmin's "Christian Voice." [Miller 4] Attended conferences of the WACL. [Anderson: 275] The powerful and shadowy YRNF "syndicate" organization ... trained and advanced the political careers of future party leaders and professionals like the late John Ashbrook...[Saloma 40]
See also: Nikitin,V. The Ultras in the USA. 1981 (240)
Edward G. Atsinger III- CNP Board of Governors (1996). President and C.E.O., Salem Communications Corporation; chairman, National Religious Broadcasters Music License Committee. Founded Salem Communications in 1986 with his brother- in-law Stuart Epperson, who is Chairman of Salem's board. Each partner owns half the company, but Atsinger remains more involved in day-to-day business decisions. Salem Communications includes 44 stations grouped primarily in major markets across the United States. It is the largest Christian radio group and among the top ten in commercial radio groups in the nation. Salem owns stations in eight of the 10 largest radio markets in America, all but Detroit and Miami. The company's goal is to run stations in the top 25 markets.
Atsinger is also a member of a secretive entity called the Capital Commonwealth Group (CCG) comprised of four multi-millionaires who collaborate to maximize their influence by recruiting and funding candidates for state political office in California: Howard Ahmanson (heir to the Home Savings & Loan fortune); Rob Hurtt (president of Container Supply Company, and now a state senator); Edward Atsinger III (owner of 19 Christian radio stations); and Roland Hinz (publisher of dirt bike magazines). In 1992, as the press began to report on CCG and its links to the Radical Right, Ahmanson, Hurtt, Atsinger, and Hinz formed Allied Business PAC. During the 1992 election cycle, Allied Business PAC and members of CCG as individuals contributed more than $2 million to various candidates and ballot initiatives.
"Unlike a traditional radio company, religious broadcaster Salem Communications Corp. relies largely on the sale of chunks of airtime to make money, rather than on the sale of advertising. More than 50% of Salem's 1998 gross broadcast revenue came from the sale of nationally syndicated and local 'block program time' to religious groups. That was one of the insights in a June 4 company filing with the Securities & Exchange Commission. Local advertising provided 30.6% of revenue, and national ads, 5.2%.
"The filing details Salem's plans to go public, probably by the end of this month, and provides a detailed look at the heretofore-closed world of a Christian radio broadcaster, in this case the nation's largest both in number of stations and audience coverage. Camarillo, Calif.-based Salem owns or is buying 52 radio stations, mostly in major markets. The company owns stations in nine of the top 10 markets and 14 of the top 20 and intends to keep buying stations in the top 50 markets, both where it already has stations and in new cities. The offering will be comprised of 7.5 million shares of stock (1.5 million from current shareholders) priced at $19-$21 per share. The stock will be sold on the Nasdaq National Market under the symbol "SALM." Salem plans to use the estimated $111.3 million in net proceeds to repay debt and fund recent station purchases.
"Upon completion of the offering, President Edward G. Atsinger III, Chairman Stuart W. Epperson and Nancy A. Epperson, Epperson's wife and Atsinger's sister, will control about 90% of the company. Salem executives and analysts working on the company's initial public offering could not comment for this story because of SEC restrictions." [Broadcasting & Cable, Vol. 129, No. 25, p. 91, 6/99, available at Northern Light]
Theodore Baehr - CNP Membership Directory (1996, 1998). Chairman, Good News Communications; CEO, Christian Film & Television Commission, a non-profit organization committed to lobbying and educating the entertainment industry and the general public of the media's impact on its audiences; publisher, Movieguide, a biweekly family guide to entertainment based on biblical values; writes a syndicated column for 44 publications nationwide; award-winning producer, writer, director, radio personality, and world scholar; featured on "Oprah Winfrey Show," CNN, "Entertainment Tonight," "The 700 Club," and the "Morton Downey, Jr. Show"; author, Getting the Word Out, The Christian Family Guide to Movies & Video (Vols. 1 & 2), and others; past president, Episcopal Radio-Television Foundation; serves on the board or board of advisors of more than 20 organizations including the National Religious Broadcasters and the American Theater of Actors.
Carole Baker - CNP Board of Governors (1996).
William B. Ball- CNP Board of Governors (1982). Famous Constitutional lawyer, pro-family spokesman, and vice-president and Attorney for the Board of Directors, International Christian Communications, Inc. - publisher of the Christian Inquirer. [Miller 4]
David Balsiger - CNP Membership Roster (1988; 1996). Costa Mesa advertising and public relations executive. He received his Bachelor's degree from National University and doctorate from Lincoln Memorial University for his outstanding Lincoln research; wrote The Lincoln Conspiracy. He's also trained as a private investigator. In 1984, Balsiger formed Ban the Soviet Coalition. Church Universal & Triumphant minister, E. Gene Vosseler, has emerged as a major coalition spokesman. Balsiger described him as "like a right arm for me" and said he is among those responsible for coalition finances. Balsiger was publisher of the Presidential Biblical Scoreboard -1984; Scoreboard Alert - 1989; Christian Coalition's Congressional Scorecard in early 1990s which he sold to Moonie front groups, including Christian Voice in the 1980s, per David Racer's expose on Christian Voice and Sun Myung Moon, Not For Sale. [LA Times 5/21/84]
"In May 1988, Robert Grant was invited as the keynote speaker for the annual conference of the Anti-Bolshevik Bloc of Nations (ABN), which included many of the same anti-Semitic East European emigre groups recruited by David Balsiger's RAMBO Coalition. With headquarters in Munich and chapters throughout Europe and the United States, the ABN is nostalgic for the days when the Nazis occupied Eastern Europe. Scott Anderson and John Lee Anderson, authors of Inside the League, describe the ABN as: 'the largest and most important umbrella for Nazi collaborators in the world...A prime criterion for membership appears to be fealty to the cause of National Socialism; ABN officers constitute a virtual Who's Who of those responsible for the massacre of millions of civilians in the bloodiest war in history.'" [Diamond 78-9]
Hon. Gary Bauer - CNP Executive Committee (1996). Founded the Family Research Council, in 1983, merged with Focus on the Family from 1988-1992, then reorganized as a separate 501C-3 and incorporated as such in the District of Columbia in October 1992. Bauer was featured as a speaker at the Moon's Women's Federation For World Peace Conference in Washington DC in 1996 and had a full page ad in the Moon-owned Washington Times in August, 1997. In 1997, a new headquarters for FRC, a six-story building stands at 801 G Street N.W. in the heart of the nation's capital, was built and decorated with funds through resources provided by FRC benefactors, the families of Ed and Elsa Prince and 33º Mason Richard DeVos of Amway fame. [FRC "Washington Watch" 1/3/97] Bauer ran as a candidate for the Republican nomination for President of the U.S. In February of 2000, Bauer withdrew and endorsed pro-abortion candidate, John McCain.
John Beckett -CNP Membership Roster (1988, 1996, 1998. 1999). Founding member and President, Intercessors for America; Secretary-Treasurer, Religious Roundtable (1986). Advisory Board Member, National Integrity Forum; Board of Directors, Free Congress Research and Education Foundation.
Member of Coalition on Revival (COR) steering committee with Connaught Marshner. Intercessors' newsletters indicate that the group is involved with shepherding discipleship cult leaders, as does Beckett's COR leadership position...IFA has been supported by the Coors Foundation... [Bellant (CC) 26]
Intercessors for America was one of the groups that joined in a 1984 ceremonial dinner honoring Roberto D'Aubuisson of El Salvador. At the dinner a plaque was presented to D'Aubuisson honoring his "continuing efforts for freedom in the face of communist aggression which is an inspiration to freedom-loving people everywhere."(4) Roberto D'Aubuisson is the founder of the ARENA party currently in power in El Salvador. He is considered to the the father of the death squads in El Salvador. [IRC: IFA]
Ray Berryman - CNP Board of Governors (1996).
Morton Blackwell - Executive director, Council for National Policy; founder and president, the Leadership Institute, a foundation which trains youg people for youth leadership; founder and chairman, Conservative Leadership PAC; Republican National Committeeman from Virginia; treasurer, Reagan Mumni Association; former special assistant to President Reagan on the White House staff; former staff member, Senate Republican Policy Committee; former policy director, U.S. Senator Gordon J. Humphrey; overseer, 1980 Youth for Reagan effort; former editor, The NewRight Report; former contributing editor, Conservative Digest. Formerly with The Viguerie Company. Spouse: Helen R. Blackwell, Virginia state chairman, Eagle Forum; chairman, Voting Integrity Project; former member, State Central Committee, Republican Party of Virginia.
With Paul Weyrich and Richard Viguerie, Blackwell met with Jerry Falwell to found the Moral Majority. "Finally, on the verge of realizing his right-wing utopia, Weyrich harvested what his friend Morton Blackwell termed 'the greatest track of virgin timber on the political landscape': evangelicals. 'Out there is what you might call a moral majority,' he told Jerry Falwell in Lynchburg, Pennsylvania, in 1979. 'That's it,' Falwell exclaimed. 'That's the name of the organization.'" [Robespierre of the Right]
Morton Blackwell works with Plinio de Correa de Olivier's Tradition, Family & Property (TFP) and endorsed Olivier's book, Nobility & Analagous Traditional Elites, on the necessity of restoring traditional Nobility & Elites to rule the world. In the Forward Blackwell wrote: "One does not have to accept Papal infallibility to appreciate a case persuasively made, using theological, moral, and prudential arguments. This book will convince many readers, whatever their faith, that good elites are legitimate, desirable and, yes, necessary." The Secret Story of a Cult Apologist by Miguel Martinez features a picture of Paul Weyrich and Morton Blackwell with the American head of TFP, which is the parent organization of CESNUR, the cult apology network for cults such as Scientology. [See Vampire Massimo Introvigne, director of CESNUR, who is also the head of the Italian chapter of the *Transylvanian Society of Dracula*!]
Thomas A. Bolan - CNP Membership Roster (1984-85; 1988; 1996). Attorney at Law; Director, Overseas Privat Investment Corportaion; Member, U.S. National Commissin for USESCO; Board of Editors, National Law Journal; former Chairman, Mercantile National Bank, Chicago; a Founder and Executive Committee member, Conservative Party of N.Y.; Member, Judicial Screening Committee, Sen. Alphonse D'Amato [R-N.Y.]; Co-Chairman, NY Reagan-Bush '84; World War II USAF veteran, decorated with Air Medal with five oak clusters. Sovereign Military Knights of Malta. A partner in Saxe, Bacon and Bolan, the law firm of Roy Cohen (Senator Joseph McCarthy's henchman during the 1950s). [National Catholic Reporter ; John Birch Society]
Bolan was a founding trustee of the St. Francis of Assisi Foundation, the purported charitable organization a charity with links to the Vatican that Martin Frankel had established in the British Virgin Islands (and tied to the British-American Commonwealth dirty-money apparatus, according to the New Federalist). Martin Frankel recently fled the country after exposure of an alleged embezzlement scheme of $3 billion from insurance companies. Bolan is also a friend and former top adviser to President Reagan. When Pope John Paul visited Alaska in 1981, Bolan was flown there on Air Force One to represent the president. Records show that Bolan was flown to Italy at Frankel's expense on March 9 for a meeting with the Vatican's secretariat - the Holy See's equivalent of secretary of state - concerning the St. Francis foundation's relationship with the Vatican-funded Monitor Ecclesiasticus Foundation. [Washington Post]
Pat Boone - CNP Board of Governors (1982). Member of the Board of Directors of Clement Stone's Religious Heritage of America (RHA). [Miller 4] Pat Boone is an elder in Jack Hayford's (Foursquare Gospel) Church on the Way in Van Nuys, California, where Trinity Broadcasting Network founders, Paul and Jan Crouch, are members. The Foursquare Gospel Church founded by twice-divorced Aimee Semple Mcpherson is the American extension of British-Israelite Elim Foursquare Gospel Alliance of Great Britain which has much influenced the American Assemblies of God. Jack Hayford was instrumental in helping the apostate Worldwide Church of God become a member of the National Association of Evangelicals.
Richard Bott - CNP Board of Governors (1996). President, Bott Radio Network. In 1986, South Africa's Department of Information (DOI) authorized expenditures of $73 million for more than 160 secret projects to buy politicians and media favorable to the apartheid state. [National Reporter, Winter 1985] Rev. Moon's Washington Times was one of the beneficiaries -- approximately $4.5 million was funneled to Moon's overseas enterprises... The current Christian Right media treatment of South Africa was organized at the February 1986 convention of the National Religious Broadcasters... In May, National Religious Broadcasters executive director Ben Armstrong toured South Africa with... Dick Bott, owner of a string of Christian radio stations in the Midwest... the tour was paid for not by U.S. broadcasters but by an "anonymous group of South African businessmen." Armstrong confirmed this and agreed that some of the money may come from the South African government. [Covert Action Information Bulletin 27:25]
Dr. James Bowers - CNP Board of Governors (1996).
Lynn Francis Bouchey - CNP Membership Roster (1984-85). An active organizer for the Unification Church's CAUSA operations in Central and South America. [Frederick Clarkson, "'Privatizing' the War," Covert Action Information Bulletin, Washington, D.C., Number 22 (Fall 1984), p. 33] Bouchey, the co-author of The Strategy of Terror (written with Stefan Possony), was a former member of the Young Americans for Freedom employed by the American-Chilean Council, a front for the murderous Pinochet regime. [Alan Crawford, Thunder On The Right: The "New Right" and the Politics of Resentment, New York, Pantheon Books, 1980, p. 197] Member of the first and second Committee of Santa Fe... In 1980, [the Council for Inter-American Security] published the influential A New Inter-American Policy for the Eighties, generally known as the "Santa Fe Document."...The authors called for the "restoration" of the Monroe Doctrine as the linchpin of U.S. regional strategy. In other words, the United States was free to pursue its regional interests unhindered. Bluntly, this meant that the internal politics of the Central American states were subject to "review" by the U.S.: "correctives" -- dictated from Washington -- would be applied as needed. [A Small Circle of Friends]
Dr. David W. Breese - CNP Membership Roster (1984-85; 1988; 1996; 1999). President, Christian Destiny, Inc., Board of Directors, Christian Solidarity International U.S.A., and a member of the National Advisory Board of the Moon lobby, Christian Voice, member of Religious Roundtable Council of 56. [IRC: Christian Solidarity U.S.A]
Dr. William Rohl Bright (1921-2003) - CNP Board of Governors (1982). Formerly fancy foods salesman. For 11 years, Bill and Vonette Bright were groomed for leadership and trained in ecumenical doctrine living in the home of Henrietta Mears, who with Charles Fuller, Harold Ockenga, J. Edwin Orr of Oxford University and Armand Gesswein worked together to establish ecumencial campus movements. President and Founder of Campus Crusade for Christ, member of the National Honorary Committee of the RHA, and a leading participant at the founding of the STEP Program and Foundation. In 1951, Nelson Bunker Hunt, heir of the Hunt Oil Company fortune, and Wallace Johnson, founder of Holiday Inns, worked with and funded Bill Bright's Campus Crusade for Christ to the tune of $15.5 million. In 1967, formed Christian World Liberation Front (CWLF) as a covert front for Campus Crusade, which split off and became a leading ministry in the Jesus People movement. Bunker Hunt arranged a retreat for more than 500 millionaires who pledged $20 to Campus Crusade. [Media Spotlight 22:1, p.8; Saloma 53; Diamond 51-56]
Floyd Brown -CNP Membership Roster (1999) Director of Citizens United. Spearheaded the early work on the "Clinton scandals and distributed videotape called "Clinton Chronicles"; the author of the racist Willie Horton TV ad in the 1988 presidential election. "Christian Voice pioneered the use of 'moral report cards' to rate Congressional and presidential candidates on issues from abortion to sanctions against Rhodesia. The organization was started in California in 1976 under the name Citizens United. In August 1978, the gropu changed its name to American Christians United and in October 1978 to Christian Voice, Inc." [Diamond 62]
Samuel A. Brunelli -CNP Membership Roster (1996). Former Executive Director and Chairman of the Board, American Legislative Exchange Council. National Advisory Board of Capital Research Center.
The American Legislative Exchange Council [ALEC], another Paul Weyrich-formed institution, is a member of the Free Congress Foundation's Coalition for Constitutional Liberties. Ex-ALEC Director Samuel Brunelli is listed as a member of Chester Finn�s Education Policy Committee which interfaces with GOALS 2000 [�95]. Both American Legislative Exchange Council [ALEC�conservative] and the ALEC counterpart, the National Conference of State Legislatures [NCSL�liberal], blanket state legislators with their MODEL legislation. ALEC boasts a membership of over 3,000 state legislators; additionally there are over 450 corporate members. ALEC supports charter school legislation. ALEC literature discusses their promotion of "public/private partnerships" as a solution to reform government. These partnerships will utilize public funds, but will remove accountability to taxpayers. There is a high correlation of GOALS 2000 related corporations who are members of ALEC. [ See ALEC Corporate Members ]
An offshoot of ALEC recently honored the wife of Sun Myung Moon, Dr. Hak Ja Han Moon. The award was presented by Robin Brunelli, president of the National Foundation for Women Legislators and the wife of Sam Brunelli, the Director of ALEC and long-time member of the CNP. For more information, the extensive connections between the Council for National Policy and Sun Myung Moon were discussed at length during an AFN radio interview of Chey Simonton by Kelleigh Nelson.
Larry Burkett -CNP Membership Roster (1996, 1999). Founder and CEO, Christian Financial Concepts.
John Commuta- CNP Board of Governors (1982). Operations Manager of the National Religious Broadcasters and one of ...more than 30 evangelical Christian leaders and Orthodox Jewish Rabbis representing the top leadership of the Rabbinical Council of America... 78. who met in Washington D.C. ...to forge an alliance of political support for Israel... The two groups said the meeting may become the first step in an alliance on domestic and other foreign issues as well... 79 [Miller 5]
Robert Cone - CNP Board of Governors (1996). Former co-owner and present director, Graco Childrens Products, Inc.
Peter Cook - CNP Board of Governors (1996).
Holland (Holly) Coors - CNP Board of Governors (1982); CNP Executive Committee (1988, 1994); CNP Vice President (1996). The Coors Brewing Company purchases image advertising in women's and feminist publications...To improve its reputation and expand its sales, the Coors Corporation purchases image-enhancing advertising in gay and lesbian publications around the country...The Coors family has funded and worked with the interlocking network of organizations under Paul Weyrich's Heritage Foundation which have employed racists, eugenicists, a former Ku Klux Klan leader, and a convicted Nazi collaborator. Executive Advisory Board of The Conservative Caucus. [Bellant (CC) 58, 64, 69]
Jeffrey Coors - CNP Board of Governors (1996). CNP Membership Roster (1984-85; 1988; 1996).
Jeffrey H. Coors sits on the Free Congress Foundation board of directors along with the FCF director Paul Weyrich, an ardent supporter of the neo-fascist Society for the Protection of Tradition, Family and Property; and Charles Moser, an editorial adviser to a publication that praises the Nazi Waffen SS. Weyrich, who for years has represented the political interests of the Coors family in Washington, DC, sponsors the work of a convicted Nazi collaborator, Laszlo Pasztor, a Hungarian-American who is employed at FCF. The Coors-funded Heritage Foundation co-sponsored a 1989 forum with a pro-Nazi group, the Anti-Bolshevik Bloc of Nations.
Coors family funding continues to flow toward rightist groups, and the family's political involvement plays a crucial role in the establishment and maintenance of key organizations defining the political dialogue for both the New Right and the Religious Right. Ironically, the family derives the bulk of its wealth from working-class and middle-class people who purchase Coors beer products. The Coors family, through its political operations, then uses its share of the profits from beer sales to perpetuate and encourage regressive governmental and social policies serving only the narrow interests of a handful of the very wealthy in this country. That they are able to cloud this reality is due to the Coors Corporation's high-visibility advertising campaign.
The Coors family is highly influential in shaping the activities of three organizational pillars of the New Right--the Heritage Foundation, the Free Congress Foundation (FCF) and the Council for National Policy (CNP)--which comprise an influential force in Washington, DC. It involvement with these key groups provides the Coors family with a conservative political base. From this base, the family is connected to prominent activists in other New Right organizations, to groups on the Religious Right, and to allies in governmental agencies and in Congress.
Power Brokers: There are other powerful New Right funders, but it is the Coors family who time and again appear in leadership roles in New Right institutions, offering a guiding hand along with their signed checks. The family is seen, by critics and compatriots alike, as being in the front rank of conservative U.S. power brokers. Some observers contend that the Coors empire has moderated politically because the Coors Corporation now financially supports some women's, civil rights and gay and lesbian groups. [Still Backing the Hard Right]
Joseph Coors - CNP Board of Governors (1982); Executive Committee (1984-85). Chairman of the CNP Governmental Affairs Committee, president of the Adolph Coors Company, chairman of the Board, Coors Porcelain Company, former Regent of the University of Colorado, former member of the Board of Directors of the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM), a member of the Citizen's Legal Defense Fund for the FBI, Ad Hoc, which is closely allied with the National Lay Committee of the National Council of Churches (NCC), and a prime donor at the founding of the Heritage Foundation.
"The founder," beer magnate Joe Coors, donated the first-year Heritage budget of $250,000 for 1973 from the coffers of the coors Corporation...For the next two years Coors gave $200,000 to the group...then pledged $15,000 per month... Eventually, Coors and Weyrich set up the Committee for the Survival of a Free Congress to carry out political activities and the Heritage Foundation as a tax exempt educational research entity. The Coors company provided Heritage Foundation with $20,000 per month during the foundation's first year. Weyrich was Heritage president until February 28, 1974.
In 1980, Heritage published Mandate for Leadership to guide the incoming Reagan Administration and its transition team.... Working the high-level inside track on these personnel hirings was Reagan's "Kitchen Cabinet," of which Joe Coors was probably the best known member. A Reagan loyalist since the 1968 GOP convention, Coors began spending a lot of time in Washington, D.C. and the White House. The attempt at governance by the Kitchen Cabinet became so elaborate that they actually established an office in the Executive Office Building across from the White House. Embarrassed by the image of a covey of millionaires seeming to run parallel and sometimes conflicting personnel recruitment operations, senior White House staff produced legal opinions saying that it was illegal for a private group to occupy government property, in this case a White House office. Although Coors produced a legal opinion arguing there was no violation of law, Coors and friends were evicted. Heritage could hardly claim diminished relations with the Reagan Administration, however, as an estimated two-thirds of its Mandate recommendations were adopted in the first year of the Administration. Further, Heritage was using a letter of endorsement from White House Chief of Staff Ed Meese in a December 1981 fundraising effort. In his letter of endorsement, Meese promised Feulner that "this Administration will cooperate fully with your efforts." After leaving the Reagan Administration, Meese joined the staff of the Heritage Foundation. [Bellant (CC) 1,9,10]
Mary C. Crowley - CNP Board of Governors (1982). Member of the Religious Roundtable Council of 56. [Miller 4]
Beverly Danielson - CNP Board of Governors (1996, 1998). Art Institute of Chicago; board of directors, Accuracy in Media and the Leadership Institute; member, advisory board, Center for the American Founding; member, executive committee and board of governors, Council for National Policy; associate, the Heritage Foundation; advisory council, Thomas A. Roe Institute for Economic Policy; member, Granada Presbyterian Church; board of overseers, Institute for World Politics; trustee, Capital Research Center; board of trustees, Media Research Center; member, Metropolitan Club; founding member, Riviera Country Club; member, policy committee, The Vizcayans.
Sen. William Dannemeyer- Board of Directors, Council for the Defense of Freedom; Congressional Advisor, National Defense Council Foundation, founded and directed by Major F. Andy Messing, Jr.
"Congressman William Dannemeyer accompanied the Christian Emergency Relief Team (CERT) International on a tour along the Honduras/Nicaragua border in 1987. According to Daniel Junas, CERT is coordinating its Honduras activities with members of the Unification Church or its related organizations. Junas, a researcher on the Unification Church, said it appears that CERT has taken over the direct humanitarian and contra assistance work of CAUSA, the political arm of the Unification Church.(13,14) He also indicated that the American Freedom Coalition, an organization dominated by the Unification Church, tried to arrange morning TV appearances for a representative of the Miskito Indians who was working with CERT.(13) The American Freedom Coalition has also supported CERT financially." [IRC: CERT]
Karen Davis - CNP Board of Governors (1982). Fort Worth, Texas. Mrs. Davis (Karen) is the National Director of Christian Women's National Concerns, an arm of the James Robison Evangelistic Association, Inc. (Editor's note: This is the James Robinson discussed previously in connections with the STEP Program and Foundation.) [Miller 5]
Cullen Davis - CNP Board of Governors (1982). According to Fletcher Brothers writing in the Christian Inquirer of June 1981 heads some 80 Corporations, Cullen Davis is vice-president of KenDavis Industries, Inc. - the largest oil drilling firm in America. Davis is also one of the founders of the Texas Roundtable, an offshoot of McAteer's Religious Roundtable of Washington, D.C. [Miller 5] With Nelson Bunker and Herbert William Hunt, wealthy Texan, T. Cullen Davis funded the Council for National Policy in 1981 and began recruiting members. [Bellant CC 37]
Arnaud deBorchgrave - CNP Membership Directory (1988); Editor-in-Chief, The [Moon-owned] Washington Times; former chief correspondent, Newsweek, former correspondent UPI, Sr. Advisor, Georgetown University Center for Strategic and International Studies; member of the Council on Foreign Relaions (CFR).
Richard DeVos - 33º Freemason- CNP Executive Committee (1984-85); CNP Senior Executive Committee (1986-88, 1990-93). Founder of Amway Corporation; Templeton Foundation - judge for the Templeton Prize for Progress in Religion; Bd. of Directors of (33º Mason) Robert Schuller Ministries, Newcomen Society, Trustee of (33º Mason) Gerald R. Ford Foundation, Round Table. Served on Chairman's Council of the Conservative Caucus. In an undated Amway brochure titled 3 Decades of Caring: AMWAY, Amway announced that it had launched "a new, five year corporate sponsorship: the Aspen Global Change Institute. Amway's partners in this exciting new project include the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), the United Nations Environment Programme, and the Windstar (John Denver) Foundation." [(Who's Who in America (1992-93); Bellant (CC) 27); Harris]
One of the principal Committee of 300 assets in the U.S. is the Aspen Institute of Colorado, which helped plan events in Argentina even as it did in the case of the fall of the Shah of Iran. Latin America is important to the United States, not only because we have so many mutual defense treaties with countries there, but also because it has the potential of providing a huge market for American exports of technology, heavy industrial equipment which world have galvanized many of our faltering companies and provided thousands of new jobs. This was to be prevented all costs, even if it meant 30 years of war. [Committee of 300:2]
Rich DeVos - CNP Excecutive Committee (1994); Board of Governors (1996).
Dick Dingman - CNP Board of Governors (1982). Former executive director of the Republican Study Committee, former administrative assistant to Congressman John Conlon, and member of the Religious Roundtable Council of 56. [Miller 5]
Dr. James Dobson- CNP Board of Governors (1982). Associate of Pediatrics, USC School of Medicine. Founder and Director of Focus on the Family. Signed 1993 Covenant of Mutual Respect responding to objections of Catholic and Jewish leaders in Colorado Springs that "Jewish and Catholic youth were being evangelized at school." In this covenant, Focus on the Family, Young Life, International Students, Inc., and the Navigators agreed to cease such activities out of respect for other religious beliefs. A former employee of Focus on the Family presents a rare inside look at FOTF in an expose, Let's Focus in on Focus on the Family.
In 1989 Focus on the Family vice president Rolf Zettersten testified: "One of the striking first impressions I had when I came to Focus on the Family seven years ago was the diversity of denominations represented by my co-workers" (Focus on the Family, December 1988). He said: "I joined the Nazarenes, Presbyterians, Baptists, and Charismatics (& many other denominations) who had cast their theological distinctives aside in order to achieve a common objective--to help families."
The March 8-14, 1998, issue of the National Catholic Register contained an article about Catholic musicians. which noted that James Dobson and Focus on the Family has endorsed Roman Catholic singer, Kathy Triccoli, and her music. The National Catholic Register also pointed out that Dobson endorses a Catholic youth magazine named "YOU!"
The November 1989, issue of Focus on the Family's Clubhouse magazine featured the late Roman Catholic Mother Teresa. A smiling Mother Teresa was on the cover, and the lead article was entitled "Teresa of Calcutta: Little Woman with a Big Heart." The readers of this magazine were made to think that Mother Teresa was a genuine New Testament Christian and that she did great work for God through her Sisters of Charities mission. The September 1990, issue of New Covenant, a Catholic charismatic magazine, featured Dobson and a very positive report on Focus on the Family. Dobson's photo appeared the cover. Dobson accepted an honorary doctorate from the Roman Catholic Franciscan University of Steubenville, Ohio [The Fundamentalist Journal, November-December 1991; Evangelical Catholics, p. 200]
In the late 1980s Dobson helped form the Religious Alliance Against Pornography which included Roman Catholic priests and bishops. The 1986 meeting was held in St. Patrick's Cathedral. Dobson praised the unity which was present at that meeting and stated that "there has been great camaraderie among the top leaders of virtually all religious groups" in the U.S. (Focus on the Family, January 1987). Of this alliance Jerry Kirk said, "Never before have we seen Catholic, Protestant, Jewish, Greek Orthodox and (Mormon) leaders come together in such agreement and cooperation on an issue." Also represented at the meeting were the National Association of Evangelical, the National Council of Churches, the Southern Baptist Convention, and Charismatics. A Catholic archbishop called the alliance "an ecumenical miracle." [Fundamental Baptist Information Service, Aug. 22, 1998]
John T. (Terry) Dolan - CNP Board of Governors (1982). Former member of the advisory board of CAUSA USA, whose president is Bo Hi Pak, top aide of Sun Myung Moon. Terry Dolan, Paul Weyrich, Richard ViguerieandHoward Phillips were the main architects and commanding generals of the New Right. Dolan, Weyrich and Viguerie are Catholic; Phillips is a Jewish convert to Christianity. Dolan, co-founder and national chairman of the 300,000-member National Conservative Political Action Committee (NCPAC), organized the Conservative Alliance (CALL) which had professional ties with and received major funding through groups affiliated with Rev. Sun Myung Moon, who also contributed $775,000 in 1984 to NCPAC. Dolan stated that the secret of fundraising is to try to "make them angry and stir up hostilities. The shriller you are, the easier it is to raise funds. That's the nature of the beast." Homosexual, died of AIDS, 12-30-86, age 36. [IRC: Unification Church; Diamond 56, 58; Young 59, 88; Bellant (ON) 45]
Arthur M. Dula - CNP Board of Governors (1982). Chairman of the Science and Technology Section of the American Bar Association and Chairman of the CNP Science, Technology and Space Committee.
Pierre du Pont - CNP Membership Directory (1988, 1996, 1998, 1999). Candidate for President, 1988; former Delaware governor, 1977-85; former member U.S. House of Representatives, 1971-77; former member, Delaware State House of Representatives, 1969-70; former chairman, Hudson Institute, founder and chairman, GOPAC.
Ann Drexel - CNP Board of Governors (1996).
John East - CNP Board of Governors (1982). United States Senator (R-NC) - chairman of the Subcommittee on Separations of Power, Senate Judiciary Committee, a leading advocate of "Judiciary reform", and an "endorser" of the Washington Times. [Miller 5]
Thomas F. Ellis - CNP President (1982-83); CNP Executive Committee (1984-85; 1988). Succeeded Tim LaHaye in 1982 as president of the CNP. Ellis is a top political operative of 33º Mason Jesse Helms and former director of one of the groups which supports the Helms network -- the Pioneer Fund, a foundation which finances efforts to prove that African-Americans are genetically inferior to whites. Recipients of Pioneer grants have included William Shockley, Arthur Jensen and Roger Pearson, who has written that "inferior races" should be "exterminated." All three and others were funded during Ellis' directorship on the Pioneer board. Yet Ellis served on the CNP's thirteen-member executive committee with Holly Coors, Paul Weyrich, and Heritage Foundation president, Edwin Feulner until June 1989. Oliver North and Reed Larson recently joined the executive committee. [Bellant (CC) 37-38]
The National Congressional Club is Jesse Helms' PAC based in Raleigh and directed by Helms' senior advisor, attorney Tom Ellis. The Congressional Club began after the 1972 Senate campaign, when Ellis retained Richard Viguerie to help pay off the Helms campaign debt. Ellis and Viguerie built the Congressional Club mailing list to more than 300,000 regular contributors -- a constituency for Helms and a major financial resource within the conservative movement...Helms has used his political organization to build connections with New Right and conservative political activists. Besides Viguerie, Phillips, and Dolan connections, Helms is actively represented in Weyrich's coordinating groups. [Saloma 90-92]
Stuart Epperson - CNP Board of Governors (1996). Co-founder with Ed Atsinger and Chairman of the board, Salem Communications Corporation; 1984 and 1986 Republican nominee, fifth Congressional district, North Carolina; member, board of directors, executive committee, National Religious Broadcasters Association.
Dr. Jerry Falwell- CNP Board of Governors (1982). President of the Moral Majority, Pastor of Thomas Road Baptist Church of Lynchburg, VA, president of the "Old Time Gospel Hour", Chancellor of Liberty Baptist College, and a prominent endorser of the Unification Church run Washington Times. [Miller 5] Member of Religious Roundtable Council of 56.
"The GOP's Own Asian Connection: Rev. Moon" by Robert Parry -- along with assorted political details, includes a shocking allegation that a Moon organization "funneled $3.5 million to [Jerry Falwell's then-desperate] Liberty University through a clandestine channel"--apparently the Women's Federation for World Peace. [Apologia Report, Vol. 2: No. 39, 11/24/97] In 1981 Sun Myung Moon was investigated by the U.S. government investigation and stood trial for criminal tax evasion, after which he served a short prison term. Jerry Falwell and other religious leaders presented "amicus curiae" (friends of the court) briefs on behalf of Moon.
Promise Keepers national spokesman Mark DeMoss is chief of staff to Jerry Falwell. DeMoss was the administrator of the self-proclaimed "Christian Embassy" in Jerusalem. The embassy serves as a bridge between End Times Christians, lunatic freemasons, and right-wing Israeli Zionists. This is a pivotal component of the Temple Mount initiative to foment a religious war over the holy sites in Jerusalem, to "fulfill Scripture." This covert network is engaged in the most dangerous terrorist provocation, which may yet bring on End Times unless it is handcuffed. At Fort Bliss, Texas, DeMoss's Promise Keepers were engaged to train the nation's highest-ranking non-commissioned officers. Earlier this year, the United States Army Sergeants Major Academy advertised "training with 'Promise Keepers' " as a "spiritual fitness program," on the Army unit's official Internet web site. [British Subversion of America: Militias and Pentecostalism]
Joseph F. Farah - CNP Membership Directory (1996, 1998, 1999). Author, veteran newsman, and media consultant; owner, Farah & Associates, an editorial consulting company, clients have included Rush Limbaugh, the Herald Tribune, Jacobs Engineering, Inc., New World Entertainment, the Institute for Contemporary Studies, and NBC; co-author, This Land Is Our Land, with U.S. Representative Richard Pombo (R-CA); former editor, Sacramento Union, then the oldest daily newspaper in the West; founder and editor, WorldNetDaily, a full-service Internet newspaper, Dispatches, a bi-weekly national investigative newsletter, and Inside California, a monthly publication covering state politics. Farah is Executive director, Western Journalism Center, a non-profit, tax-exempt foundation promoting journalism education and investigative reporting which is heavily funded by Richard Scaife, heir of the Mellon fortune, who funds both conservative and liberal organizations. [The Consortium]
Michael P. Farris - CNP Membership Directory (1996, 1998, 1999). President and Founder, Home School Legal Defense Association; attorney, specializing in constitutional law; former Republican candidate for lieutenant governor of Virginia, 1993; won contested nomination in convention; delegate to Virginia and National Republican Conventions; appointed to National Republican Education Task Force; appointed to Republican governor George Mien's Blue Ribbon Strike Force; Chairman, Christian Solidarity International (CSI) in USA; international vice president, CSI, an interdenominational Swiss-based human rights organization specializing in religious freedom; former general counsel, Concerned Women for America; author, Where Do I Draw the Line, Constitutional Law for Christian Students, Home Schooling and the Law, The Homeschooling Father.
Dr. Edwin J. Feulner, Jr - CNP Board of Governors (1982, 1996); CNP Executive Committee (1988, 1994). President of The Heritage Foundation. [Miller 5] Feulner was recruited in 1977 by Richard Scaife, heir of the Mellon fortune, to become Heritage president, a position he holds today. In 1975, Feulner was introduced to KCIA station chief Kim Yung Hwan by Neil Salonen and Dan Feffernan of the Freedom Leadership foundation.' Salonen was head of Sun Myung Moon's Unification Church in the United States. The Freedom Leadership Foundation (FLF), a political arm of Moon's Unification network was linked to the World Anti-Communist League (WACL). The FLF was described as 'an organization to be used to achieve KCIA objectives,' by the Congressional report, which was based on a KCIA document that discussed FLF." (8)
In the early 1980s, the KCIA began making donations to Heritage Foundation. In turn, Heritage established an Asian Studies Center which The Nation magazine of 1/23/89 states "has quartered apologists for [So. Korean Prime Minister] Chun's regime." The Wall Street Journal of August 1995 does not mention Sun Myung Moon, but references the Korea Foundation, one of Heritage's largest donors and an affiliate of the South Korean government. The WSJ article states that Heritage Foundation promotes and actually writes pro-Korean legislation.
The Heritage offices in Washington, D.C. have housed and employed a number of Unification Church operatives such as Director of Administration  Michael Warder, who was a key leader of Moon's Unification network in the United States."Christian Voice is one Moon-connected group that has operated out of the Heritage building. A 'former' Moon operative, Gary Jarmin, attacked critics of Moon and gave an interview to a Moon-controlled newspaper after he joined the Christian Voice (CV) staff. CV's chair, Robert Grant, has been a leader of Moon's Unification network front groups such as the American Freedom Coalition, which fundraised for Oliver North." (11)
Father Charles Fiore- CNP Board of Governors (1982). Member of the Council of 56 of the Religious Roundtable, President of Information for the Dominican Educational Association (I.D.E.A.) of Madison, Wisconsin, and a member of the Board of Advisors of Catholics United for Life (CUL). [Miller 5]
Foster Friess - CNP Executive Committee (1994); Board of Governors (1996). Founder and chairman, Friess Associates, Inc.; member, 1986 National Finance Committee, Pete du Pont for President, and the National Republican Senatorial Committee; founder, the Life Enrichment Foundation; member, Advisory Council, Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences of Stockholm.
John Templeton Foundation Board of Advisors: "Founder of firm that manages approximately $7 billion in equities including the Brandywine mutual funds. A graduate of the University of Wisconsin in 1958, Foster is past president of the Council for National Policy which networks leaders in the U.S. committed to a strong national defense, traditional values, and the free enterprise system. He also founded the Life Enrichment Foundation whose giving is focused on replicating proven, faith-based, inner-city entrepreneurial ministries."
On the Mother Jones List of Top 400 Political Donors, Foster Friess ranked #14 in 1997: "Republican Foster Friess' Delaware investment fund is so successful that even the state Democratic Party chairman -- himself an investment banker -- belongs. But Friess breathes more than business. 'The most important thing in his life is his belief in Christ as his savior,' says friend Art Brosius, who met Friess at Bible study. And faith influences his politics. He's vice president of the Council for National Policy, the secretive group headed by former Attorney General Edwin Meese that includes Oliver North and Pat Robertson and influenced the fundamentalist planks in the GOP's 1996 platform.
"Friess helped raise more than $1 million for unknown politico Raymond Clatworthy's failed 1996 bid to unseat Sen. Joe Biden (D-Del.), persuading investment bankers nationwide to contribute $1,000 each. His $260,000 in donations to the National Republican Senatorial Committee, headed by Sen. Al D'Amato (R-N.Y.), drew criticism because they began pouring in days after D'Amato resurrected a bill that will save the mutual fund industry billions by lifting state regulations. Friess shrugs it off: 'I have never talked to anyone about the bill.'" [Mother Jones Top 400 List]
Willard Garvey - CNP Directory (1984-85; 1988; 1996, 1998, 1999). Founder, The Center for the Improvement of Human Functioning International, Inc and, in 1983, The National Center for Privatization. [Willard Garvey is also a contributor to the Center for Health & Wellness of Wichita, Kansas, a New Age center displaying a pentagram in its logo. Among many foundations, businesses and banks, other donors to this New Age outfit are Via Christi, The Adorers of the Blood of Christ, and Society of the Precious Blood.]
The National Center for Privatization was founded by Willard Garvey and other Wichita, Kansas businessmen. Its 1986, its Board of Directors included Willard Garvey and Robert D. Love, a founding member of National Council of The John Birch Society who, according to a JBS publication cited by by The Belmont Brotherhood was "a Thirty-second Degree KCCH Mason, a member of the Median Shrine."
In 1984, Garvey wrote a letter to President Reagan which disclosed that the objective of the National Center for Privatization was to work toward the end that non-profit organizations and the private sector might render obsolete the cumbersome machinery of representative government. "Now why not adopt the all positive system -- privatization? Hold a White House conference on Privatization and appoint a Presidential Task Force on privatization...Privatization is now "an idea whose time has come" The knowledge, communication, and computer industry can make political representatives obsolete!" [4/6/84]
The letter was published in a media promotion for the International Conference On Family Choice/Educational Vouchers sponsored by the NCP that was scheduled for September 30- Oct. 2, 1985 in Wichita. Speakers for this conference on "Privatizing Education" were CNP members James Dobson, Tim LaHaye and Phyllis Schlafly, and also free market economist, Milton Friedman and Secretary of Education, William Bennett. The NCP brochure promoted the conference as being "Where the Future Begins." The late J. Peter Grace, CFR member and President of the American Chapter of the Board of Founders of the Knights of Malta, served as a National Advisory Committee Member for this international conference. [The Council for National Policy]
Peter B. Gemma - CNP Board of Governors (1982). Member of the Council of 56 of the Religious Roundtable. [Miller 5]
George F. Gilder - CNP Board of Governors (1982). Program Director, Rockefeller-funded Manhattan Institute; Contributing Editor National Review, American Spectator. "Favorite" of David Stockman, a member of the Editorial Board of Policy Review - an organ of the Heritage Foundation, former editor of Advance - a Rockefeller vehicle for far-left "Republicanism" at Harvard, close friend of David Rockefeller, and a member of the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), since 1964. [Miller 5]
Dr. Duane Gish- CNP Board of Governors (1982). Member of the Board of Directors of the Creation Research Society. [Miller 5]
Ronald P. Godwin - CNP Membership Roster (1984-85; 1988; 1996; 1999).
In 1976, Weyrich, Viguerie and Howard Phillips attempted a takeover of the American Independent Party and, in the wake of failure, turned to Jerry Falwell to form the Moral Majority. When Rev. Moon was indicted in 1981 for fraud and criminal tax evasion, Falwell unexpectedly joined with other religious leaders to present an amicus curiae, (friend of the court) brief on behalf of the Reverend Moon. A 1987 Seattle Times article explained "How Rev. Moon Got Ensconced with the New Right" via Paul Weyrich's network:
"Ron Godwin, an influential former vice president of Falwell's Moral Majority, is one of several who experienced a conversion. In 1984 Godwin attacked another fundamentalist leader for taking Moonie money. 'It strikes me as peculiar,' observed Godwin, himself an evangelical Christian, 'that (he) should accept financial support from a church whose founder believes he's divine . . . It's a little like the Jewish National Fund accepting money from (PLO leader Yasir) Arafat.' "Eighteen months later, Godwin joined the Moonie - owned Washington Times as a senior vice president, where he also serves as emissary to conservative Christian leaders."
Alan Gottlieb - CNP Membership Directory (1984-85; 1988, 1996, 1999).Chairman,Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms; Founder and trustee, Second Amendment Foundation; Pres., Center for the Defense of Free Enterprise; Board member of the American Freedom Coalition of Washington, a front for the Unification Church. Gottlieb is the author of The Gun Grabbers and The Rights of Gun Owners Political Action Manual. Convicted of a felony in 1984 when Gottlieb pleaded guilty to underpaying income tax returns by $17,000 and served ten months in Federal prison. Director, American Conservative Union. President and founder of the Center for the Defense of Free Enterprise, which in 1988 launched the Wise Use Movement, today the most powerful anti-environmental force in the country. Chairman of the Board of the Talk America Radio Network; Owner of Merril Mail Marketing, Inc., a mail fund-raising corporation.
In Trashing the Economy (1993) book he and co-author, CDFE Vice President Ron Arnold write: "The message of the direct mail letter must appeal to three base emotions; Fear, Hate and Revenge..."[The] fund raising mailer must present you with a crisis -- a problem won't do...That crisis must frighten you...If you are not frightened, you won't send money..."Then the direct mail letter must present you with a bogeyman against whom to focus your anger... "Once you've been frightened and made to hate the bogeyman, the successful direct mail appeal must offer you a way to get revenge against the bogeyman -- the payoff for your contribution. The more soul-satisfying the revenge, the better the letter pulls. "All this must be dressed up in an appeal that appears to have a high moral tone, but which--without you realizing it--works on your lower emotions."
In February 1983, Gottlieb got an all expense paid trip to Jamaica to attend a conference put on by CAUSA. CAUSA is Spanish for "cause", but it stands for the Confederation of Associations for the Unification of the Societies of the Americas. Founded in Mexico City by Col. Bo Hi Pak (Rev. Sun Myong Moon's chief lieutenant) and Kim Sang In, the former Korean Central Intelligence Agency station chief in Mexico City, CAUSA was the Rev. Moon's multinational anti-communist and political organization. CAUSA served as the vehicle for Rev. Moon's funding of the New Right, as well as for supporting the Reagan administration's military build-up and its cause celebre, the Nicaraguan contras.
Gregory McDonald, who was Executive Director of the Center for the Defense of Free Enterprise and Executive Director of the Second Amendment Foundation,...[i]n a lengthy telephone interview with Eastsideweek, McDonald said, "Bo Hi Pak was in our office several times. ...in '83." McDonald says that Pak was in the Liberty Park office "at least four times, that I can remember. I was introduced to him, briefly, once, just as I was walking down the hall," McDonald recalls, "But they would go into Alan's office and the door would be closed. He'd come in a limo and have with him, oh, three or four Korean people and they'd go into Alan's office."
Most people know of Rev. Moon as the leader of the Unification Church, a religion that accords him divine status, holds mass weddings, and has a reputation for being a mind-control cult, but he is much more than that. The entire story on the Moon organization is yet to be written, but suffice it to say that rather than a being just the spiritual head of a religion who has been frequently quoted as wanting to establish a theocratic empire that would control the world, Rev. Moon is the quasi-chief of state of a multi-national organization that has all the characteristics of a nation except territorial sovereignty.[Merchant of Fear]
Gottlieb's first known direct connection to Rev. Moon is his service for two years as a board member of the American Freedom Coalition of Washington, which rented office space from him at Liberty Park. The AFC is unquestionably a Moon holding and has a branch in each state. Gottlieb argued that the branches are independent and therefore not Moon connected, but Ron Arnold in a separate interview said that even the articles of incorporation for the state branches are dictated by AFC national headquarters. An AFC document copyrighted 1987 says under the heading "State and Local Committees -- Each state will form a similar [to the national] Policy Board representative of its key leaders and activists." The national board of directors had as its president, Dr. Robert G. Grant, who had visited Liberty Park to discuss the national coalition with Gottlieb and Arnold. See "Merchant of Fear" in Appendix IX. Arnold also served as President of the Washington AFC board of directors in 1989, 1990 and 1991. He also joined CAUSA Northwest's Speakers bureau. CAUSA USA is a major Moon anti-communist group. [Merchant of Fear: Appendix VIII]
Robbie Gowdey- CNP Board of Governors (1982). Director, HERE'S LIFE, WORLD of the Campus Crusade for Christ. [Miller 5; SEE: Nelson Bunker Hunt]
J. Peter Grace - CNP Membership Directory (1984-85; 1988). Bachelor of Arts Yale University (1936), started in 1936 as Assistant Secretary at W. R. Grace, in 1945 became President and CEO, Newcomen Society, CFR, Knights of Malta: American Chapter of the Board of Founders, Knights of Malta President, 114 Avenue of the Americas [Who's Who in America (1976-77, 1992-93)] Grace was involved in Project Paperclip -- a post World War II CIA arrangement to remove classified information from dossiers so that former SS members and 900+ Nazi scientists could emigrate to the U. S. Hundreds of war criminals would find employment within government agencies and companies such as W.R. Grace chemical company whose president was J. Peter Grace.
When it was at its height in drug experiments, operation MK-ULTRA was formed. This was the brainchild of Richard Helms who later came to be a CIA director. It was designed to defeat the "enemy" in its brain- washing techniques. MK-ULTRA had another arm involved in Chemical and Biological Warfare (CBW) known as MK-DELTA. The "doctors" who participated in these experiments used some of the same techniques as the Nazi "doctors". Those doctors who were not indicted in the Nuremberg trials were imported from Germany under the program called "Operation Paperclip." The Nazi doctors were a valuable source of information to the CIA since many of the U.S. techniques mimicked what had already been done by the Nazis. [Winds, CIA: Bastion of Integrity]
From 1982-95, J. Peter Grace (CFR) was Chairman of the Advisory Committee of AmeriCares, which included William E. Simon (CFR), Treasury Secretary under Richard Nixon. The Honorary Chair of AmeriCares is Zbigniew Brzezinski (BB/CFR/TC); Ambassador-At-Large is Barbara Bush and the Advisory Committee includes: Prescott S. Bush, Jr. [brother to former Pres. George Bush (CFR)], 33º Mason Gen. Colin L. Powell (ret.) (CFR) and Sol M. Linowitz (CFR/TC), chairman of Xerox Corp and officer of the World Future Society. Sol Linowitz was also a representative to the Organization of American States and co-founder in 1964 with David Rockefeller (CFR) of the International Executive Services Corp, an international business development organization for which Linowitz and Rockefeller received the Medal of Freedom Award in 1998. [John Birch Society]
Lt. General Daniel O. Graham - CNP Board of Governors (1982). Thirty-year military career in Germany, Korea and Vietnam; received Distinguished Service Medal, Distinguished Intelligence Medal, Legion of Merit. Later served as Director of the Defense Intelligence Agency, then as Deputy Director of the Central Intelligence Agency. Upon retiring, he became military advisor to President Reagan and Founder and Director of High Frontier...and said, by many, to be the "inspiration" behind Reagan's latest "Defense Strategy", former director of the Defense Intelligence Agency and another "endorser" of the Unification Church run Washington Times. [Miller 5]
Graham was also a member of the World Anti- Communist League and a member of the board of directors of CAUSA USA, political arm of the Rev. Sun Myung Moon's Unification Church. [Anderson 126] Co-chaired with John Singlaub the American Security Council's Coalition for Peace Through Strength (CPTS). In 1988, as vice chair of U.S. Council for World Freedom, U.S. branch of WACL which he co-founded with John Singlaub, Graham was one of an eight-man delegation that met with President Ronald Reagan in an effort to block the Geneva accords calling for withdrawal of Soviet troops from Afghanistan. In 1995, Distinguished Public Service Medal by NASA. [Citizens for a Strong America]
He is also a member of the American Freedom Coalition, a conservative grassroots lobby linked to the Unification Church.(25) Graham was vice chairman of the U.S. Council for World Freedom, and has been heavily involved with the Unification Church's political arm, CAUSA, USA.(25) Initial funding for the AFC came from the Unification Church of Rev. Sun Myung Moon and the Christian Voice and leadership positions in the AFC are filled by members of the Unification Church and Christian Voice.(7,48). [Interhemispheric Resource Center: Religious Roundtable]
Senior Advisor to Daniel Graham's High Frontier is Gene Vosseler, Chairman of Citizens for a Strong America. Previously a Lutheran and Unitarian minister, Vosseler was ordained as a minister of the Church Universal and Triumphant in 1985 where he serves on the Church board and as chairman of theology. A 1987 Summit University Forum hosted a number of of well-known experts on varying topics related to SDI, including CNP Board member Gen. Daniel O. Graham. The 1987 Annual Doctors for Disaster Preparadness (DDP) and American Civil Defense Association (TACDA) Seminar co-sponsored by High Frontier featured as speakers Daniel O. Graham, director of High Frontier, and H-bomb architect Dr. Edward Teller.
Robert Grant - CNP Directory (1984-85; 1988; 1994, 1998, 1999). Founder/Chairman of the Board, Christian Voice, which operates out of the Heritage Foundation; Chairman of American Freedom Coalition. Both organizations are fronts for the Unification Church of Sun Myung Moon. Grant is also a graduate of Fuller Theological Seminary. Member of Religious Roundtable Council of 56.
"Christian Voice pioneered the use of 'moral report cards' to rate Congressional and presidential candidates on issues from abortion to sanctions against Rhodesia. The organization was started in California in 1976 under the name Citizens United. In August 1978, the gropu changed its name to American Christians United and in October 1978 to Christian Voice, Inc. The original Christian Voice directorate consisted of Rev. Robert Grant, a graduate of Rev. Steuart McBirnie's California Institute of Theology, Gary Jarmin, a long time right-wing lobbyist and former disciple of Rev. Sun Myung Moon, and Colonel Donor (Colonel is his first name, not a military title)...In 1988, an investigative news feature on CBS' 'West 57th" documented McBirnie's history of fraudulent financial dealings and featured elderly followers whom he has allegedly swindled by refusing to pay thousands of dollars of loans.
"In 1987, leaders of the Christian Right formed the American Freedom Coalition (AFC)...Robert Grant [was] an AFC founder and president of Christian Voice. With initial funding from the Unification Church, the AFC signified a merger between about 30 Christian Voice field organizers and the state representatives of Moon's American Constitution Committee. At the August 1987 kick-off rally for the American Freedom Coalition in Washington, D.C., Moon's top aide Bo Hi Pak praised the 'marriage' between Christian Voice and the American Constitution Committee and said it 'shows what a great sense of humor God has.'
"As with other Moonie-influenced New Right projects, the AFC was organized in such a way as to obscure Moonie domination. The original officers included Christian Voice President, Robert Grant, black civil rights leader Ralph Abernathy, Richard Viguerie, and Richard Ichord (D-MO) and Bob Wilson (R-CA). After their poor results in the 1986 Congressional elections, Christian Voice leaders, Robert Grant and Gary Jarmin had concluded that Christians alone could not steer the country rightward. To be politically effective, they argued, Christians would have to be 'unequally yoked' with non-believers and even enemies of Christianity...
"In May 1988, Grant was invited as the keynote speaker for the annual conference of the Anti-Bolshevik Bloc of Nations (ABN), which included many of the same anti-Semitic East European emigre groups recruited by (CNP member) David Balsiger's RAMBO Coalition . With headquarters in Munich and chapters throughout Europe and the United States, the ABN is nostalgic for the days when the Nazis occupied Eastern Europe. Scott Anderson and John Lee Anderson, authors of Inside the League, describe the ABN as: 'the largest and most important umbrella for Nazi collaborators in the world...A prime criterion for membership appears to be fealty to the cause of National Socialism; ABN officers constitute a virtual Who's Who of those responsible for the massacre of millions of civilians in the bloodiest war in history.'
Grant's public association with Nazi sympathizers drew no storm of criticism from fellow evangelicals." [Diamond 62, 78-9]
Christian Voice, which claims to be the nation's largest conservative Christian lobby, secretly joined forces with the Unification Church [in August 1987], according to documents obtained by the Philadelphia Inquirer. Together they mobilized grassroots conservative activists nationwide, hoping either to move the Republican Party rightward or build a new hard-right U.S. political party. Behind this large, well-heeled alliance, called the American Freedom Coalition, is conservative strategist and fund-raising genius Richard Viguerie, rescued from the brink of bankruptcy in October by Bo Hi Pak, a former Korean military-intelligence officer and Moon's top U.S. operative. Rev. Robert Grant, chairman of the coalition, initially denied, then confirmed links between his traditional Christians and the Moonies. A main source of the Moon money involved "hundreds of millions, Moon said in 1984" seems to be Japan. A national bar association panel there reported in July that a church - organized high-pressure sales scheme had bilked Japanese consumers out of at least $165 million since 1980, terming that sum only the "tip of the iceberg.'' [Seattle Times, Dec. 31, 1987]
THE COUNCIL FOR NATIONAL POLICY
Past/Present Officers & Prominent Member Profiles
PART II ~ H - M
Anthony Harrigan- CNP Board of Governors (1982). President of the United States Industrial Council and director of its "Educational Foundation" (USIC) of Nashville, Tennessee, and closely allied with the American Conservative Caucus and Young America's Foundation. [Miller 5]
Preston Hawkins - CNP Executive Committee (1994); Board of Governors (1996).
Jesse Helms - [33º Freemason; (quasi-Masonic, United Nations NGO) Rotary Club] CNP Board of Governors (1982); CNP Membership Directory (1984-84, 1988, 1996, 1998, 1999). With oil billionaires Herbert William and Nelson Bunker Hunt, Helms is a member of the American branch of a racial eugenics group headquartered in Scotland and headed by Robert Gayre, who published the racialist Mankind Quarterly until Roger Pearson took it over in 1978. [Bellant ON 46]
"For an overview on 'race and intelligence,' Murray and Herrnstein recommend two books by three Pioneer Fund recipients: Audrey Shuey, Frank C. J. McGurk, and R. Travis Osborne. McGurk is the main authority they cite to 'prove' that IQ tests are not racially biased. He was one of the 'scientific' mainstays of the segregationist movement in the southern US. In 1959 McGurk and Shuey became leading members of the International Association for the Advancement of Ethnology and Eugenics, first publisher of Mankind Quarterly. Other members included Senator Jesse Helms and the oil billionaire Hunt brothers. Arch-racists in the South introduced Shuey's book in court during the 1960s to argue for continuing school segregation and denying the vote to black people. University of Georgia professor Osborne also testified in court against school integration. Osborne was still, in 1992, trying to prove the long-discarded theory that brain size is somehow related to intelligence." [Racism, Intelligence and the Working Class]
"Henry Garrett, Chair of Psychology at Columbia University from 1941 to 1955. A Virginia born segregationist, Garrett was a key witness defending segregation in the landmark case Brown v. Board of Education in 1954. During the 1950s and 1960s, Garrett helped to distribute grants for the Pioneer Fund and was one of the founders of the International Association for the Advancement of Eugenics and Ethnology (IAAEE) in 1959. The IAAEE brought together academic defenders of segregation in the USA and apartheid in South Africa. The Pioneer Fund supported the IAAEE and other institutions working to legitimise race-science, including the IAAEE's journal, The Mankind Quarterly." [Searchlight July 1998]
Senator Helms has been chairman of the Senate Agriculture Committee, Chairman, Subcommittee on Western Hemisphere Affairs of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Chairman of the Senate Steering Committee, a member of the Council of 56 of the Religious Roundtable, a member of the Executive Committee of America Cause, in 1975, along with Spruille Braden and Dr. Edward Teller - both members of the CFR, a member of the Committee on Conservative Alternatives - discussed earlier, Director of the American Conservative Union in 1978-1979, a member of the Organizing Committee of the Citizen's Legal Defense fund for the FBI Ad Hoc - discussed previously, a Trustee of America's Future - a network of the "Establishment", associated with the Committee for the Survival of a Free Congress, an "endorser" of the Unification Church spawned Washington Times, and according to high placed sources, a member of the CFR in 1972! 84. [Miller 6]
The National Congressional Club is Jesse Helms' PAC based in Raleigh and was directed by Helms' senior advisor, attorney Tom Ellis. Ellis was the second president of the CNP and former director of the Pioneer Fund, a foundation which finances efforts to prove that African-Americans are genetically inferior to whites. The Congressional Club began after the 1972 Senate campaign, when Ellis retained Richard Viguerie to help pay off the Helms campaign debt. Ellis and Viguerie built the Congressional Club mailing list to more than 300,000 regular contributors -- a constituency for Helms and a major financial resource within the conservative movement...Helms has used his political organization to build connections with New Right and conservative political activists. Besides Viguerie, Phillips, and Dolan connections, Helms is actively represented in Paul Weyrich's coordinating groups. [Saloma 90-92]
In May of 1998, HR 2431 was passed in the House of Representatives and introduced to the Senate as S772 by Senator Arlen Specter (a Mason). There it was stalled in committee until the Republican leadership led by (Mason) Trent Lott maneuvered a compromise version of the bill through (33º Mason) Jesse Helms' Foreign Services Committee. On October 9, the U.S. Senate passed the International Religious Freedom Act (S-1868) sponsored by Senators Don Nickles, Joseph Lieberman and others by a vote of 98-0. S-1868 was referred immediately back to the House of Representatives where it was passed into law the next day.
On January 20, 2000, North Carolina Senator Jesse Helms became the first sitting U.S. Senator in history to address the United Nations Security Council. Click here for the text of that speech as reported in the The Asheville Tribune.
Thomas Hess - CNP Board of Governors (1996). Director of Jerusalem House of Prayer for All Nations. At Israel's Jubilee Celebration, sponsored by the Christian Alliance for Israel, Hess shares platforms with heretical and ecumenical leaders such as of Benny Hinn, Jay Sekulow (CNP), Mike Bickle; George Otis, Sid Roth and Stephan Strang. Author of many books soliciting Christian to support the Judeo-Masonic agenda for Israel. Hess disparages America as “Babylon” but doesn’t mention that the Jewish-owned entertainment media is responsible in large part for its present decadence. Nor is there any mention of the Zionists in the U.S. government who are executing America’s planned destruction. Promos for his books, such as the following, appear on Zionist websites:
“Tom Hess matches up biblical prophecy with events of our time and the immediate future. In the return of the Jews to Israel he sees the prophetically promised turning point in history. His book LET MY PEOPLE GO! is an impassioned appeal to U.S Jewery to leave the ‘flesh pots’ of America, return to Israel, and resume their God-given role as a ‘light to the nations’ “His urgency is inspired by the view that disaster is about to overwhelm America as God’s judgement upon a sinful nation. None can fail to be moved by Tom Hess’ passionate concern and love for the Jewish People. ’Therefore behold, the days are coming,’ says the LORD, ‘that it shall no more be said, 'The LORD lives who brought up the children of Israel from the land of Egypt,' 15 "but, 'The LORD lives who brought up the children of Israel from the land of the north and from all the lands where He had driven them.' For I will bring them back into their land which I gave to their fathers. (Jer 16:14-15)” (Nefesh B'nefesh Tehilla Jewish Agency)
Reverend E.V. Hill- CNP Board of Governors (1982). Pastor of Mount Zion Missionary Baptist Church in the Watts area of Los Angeles, a founder of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference Foundation, long-time associate of Martin Luther King, and also a member of the Religious Roundtable Council of 56. [Miller 5]
Jimmy Hill - CNP Board of Governors (1996).
Joe Hilyard - CNP Board of Governors (1996).
Roland Hinz - CNP Board of Governors (1996).
Donald P. Hodel - CNP Executive Committee (1996). Co-director with Randy Tate for the National Christian Coalition. Formerly on Focus on the Family Executive Board [until early 1998]. Reagan Administration Under Secretary of the Interior from 1981-1982, and Cabinet level service as Secretary of Energy from 1982-1985 and Secretary of the Interior from 1985-1989.
Reverend Melvin Hodges - CNP Board of Governors (1982). President of the Foundation for Black Christian Education [Miller 6]
Robert Holding - CNP Board of Governors (1982). [Miller 6]
George Holland - CNP Board of Governors (1982). [Miller 6]
Donald R. Howard, Ph.D.- CNP Membership Directory (1984-85, 1988). Founder/President, Accelerated Christian Education (A.C.E.); Pastor, Grace Fundamental Church; President, International Institute: has assisted more than 5,500 pastors in opening schools in their church facilities in 58 countries and held 4,000 public rallies around the world to promote the Christian school movement; inspires pastors to become involved in the legal and political arenas.
Dr. John A. Howard - CNP Membership Directory (1984-85). President, The Rockford Institute; former President, Rockford College; former President, Palos Verdes College; former President, American Association of Presidents of Colleges and Universities; former President, The Philadelphia Society; Member, Bohemian Club and the Mont Pelerin Society; Executive Vice Chairman, President Eisenhower's Committee on Government Contracts; former Member, National Commission on Marijuana and Drug Abuse; author or co-author, Who Should Run the University, Dilemmas Facing the Nation, Capitalism and Culture, The Family: America's Hope and others; served in U.S. Army during World War II; battlefield commission; two Silver Stars and two Purple Hearts; honorary degrees from Grove City College, Brigham Young University and Rockford College.
John Holt - CNP Board of Governors (1982). Educator, Home School Author, Homosexual, died of AIDS-related cancer 9-14-89 [Harris] A founding sponsor of Anarchist Mark Satin's RENEWAL, and whose association with the EVI-CIE-CATO Institute nexus we discussed at some length in our November 1982 issue. [Miller 6] Speakers Bureau of CIE --Center for Independent Education-- an arm of the CATO Institute.
John Holt, disciple of the apostate Roman Catholic priest, Ivan Illich, [has] taken part in the work of the Center for Intercultural Documentation (CIDOC), headquartered in Cuernavaca and Oaxaca, Mexico. The 'Center,' described as a place...devoted to the spiritual path, raising one's consciousness, transmitting higher knowledge or promoting universal love and unity....! [Rex Myles, Brotherhood of Darkness, P 492] was the scene of meetings during the summer of 1972 between a large group of Chilean socialists and other Latin Americans, resulting in the publication of Illich's work "Tools for Conviviality". The latter was initially published as Volume 47 of the World Perspectives Series -- edited by Ruth Nanda Anshen, a prime contributor to the New Consciousness Education proposal of the International Cooperation Council (ICC). The ICC proposal was presented to the state of California in 1971. And lest we forget, the ICC was called the Unity -In - diversity Council-- our Famous Aquarian Cabal! And further, the Editorial Board of World Perspectives, includes: Illich; Lord Kenneth Clark; Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan of the Temple of Understanding and WORLD BROTHERHOOD; and Jesuit, Karl Rahner.... [Ibid] But , the story does not end there. Illich was also the author of "De-Schooling Society", which philosophy John Holt wholeheartedly endorsed and means literally the abolishment of ALL schools as they now exist! [Miller 11/82]
Max Hugel - CNP Membership Roster (1984-85; 1988). Chairman, PCC Corporation; Chairman, Rockingham Ventures, Inc.; Chairman U.S. Switch; President, Max Hugel Enterprises, Inc.; President, International Syndications, Inc., President, MH Industries and Defense & Security Systems Management, Inc,; former Special Assistant, CIA Deputy Director for Administration and Deputy Director for Operations; chairman, Project '88; former member, President Reagan's campaign staff. City of Hope's 1982 Man of the Year. After Reagan's victory Hugel was appointed Director of Operations of the CIA but was later forced to resign after the Washington Post revealed that he had been engaged in illegal stock market dealings. Hugel was also a staunch supporter of the contras. Shortly after the death of William Casey (CFR), Hugel worked with Casey's wife, Sofia, in organizing a fund raising dinner in which 50 percent of the monies went to cancer research, and the other 50 percent, to the "Freedom Fighters Fund" set up by Casey's widow to continue "private" support to counterrevolutionary groups around the world.
In a 1990 article in the Washington Post, exposed dealings between Max Hugel and Jonathan Park, the son of Bo Hi Pak who is President of Moon-owned The Washington Times Foundation and who as a colonel was an attaché to the Korean embassy. Max Hugel and Col. Bo Hi Pak's son using Unification money were pursuing forming a conglomerate of all the independent broadcasting facilities in the whole Washington D.C. region. As of 1990, closing on a deal to purchase a majority stake in Potomac Television communications, the largest independent broadcast news service in Washington, the company's operations were combined with two video news firms already owned by Park and Hugel. Park and Hugel then controlled all but one independent broadcasting facility, including the satellite and the independent broadcasting facility in the National Press Building, and supplying as many as 200 television stations around the nation, including CNN, with raw footage or finished film reports on newsworthy events or interviews with prominent officials in Washington.
Herbert William Hunt- CNP Board of Governors (1982). Multimillionaire and brother to Nelson Bunker Hunt. In 1981, William Herbert and Nelson Bunker Hunt provided the start-up money for the Council for National Policy.
A subsidiary of the pro-Nazi German American National Congress [DANK], the council is headed by Karol Sitko...Sitko was also the organizer for the West German branch of the Western Goals Foundation, a far-right political organizing and research group which, until the death of its founder, Congressman Larry MacDonald, was essentially a front for the John Birch Society's private intelligence network. In Germany, Sitko organized rallies in Nuremberg and Hanover drawing 240,000 people. He was supported by billionaire H.L. Hunt and General John Singlaub. His activities were conducted in concert with the Anti-Bolshevik Block of Nations.
Renamed Conservative Alliance (CALL), this group was organized by the late Terry Dolan's National Conservative Political Action Committee (NCPAC is Laos in the Coalition for Peace Through Strength). CALL has received major funding through groups affiliated with Rev. Sun Myung Moon, according to the Wall Street Journal and other reports. CALL started the National Coalition for America's Survival, which includes the newly-reincarnated America First Committee...One of the three groups in the Coalition headed by Lady Malcolm Douglas-Hamilton, who is also on the board of the American Security Council Foundation. Her deceased husband, part of the British aristocracy, was the brother of Rudolph Hess when, in 1940, Hess made his secret flight to England. Hess, a top aide to Hitler and Nazi Party official, sought to meet with the British aristocratic circles known as the Cliveden Set. Sympathetic to Hitler's war aims, the Cliveden Set tried to get England out of the war it had declared against Germany in September 1939, after Germany invaded Poland. Hess was arrested and imprisoned. After Lord Douglas came to the U.S., he established an American branch of a racial eugenics group headquartered in Scotland. The oil billionaire Hunt brothers and Jesse Helms are members of this group. It was headed by Robert Gayre, who published the racialist Mankind Quarterly until Roger Pearson took it over in 1978. [Bellant, ON 45-6]
Mary Reilly Hunt - CNP Board of Governors (1996). Order of Malta, Education Committee; President, Mary Reilly Hunt and Associates, Inc., a development consulting organization; clients include National Right to Life Committee, NRL Political Action Committee, and the NRL Educational Trust Fund, also Birthright, the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children (Great Britain), and the Right to Life of Queensland (Australia); partner, [Mormon] Charles S. Carriker Associates; vice president/development, National Right to Life Committee; member, National Association of Female Executives; listed in Who's Who of American Women, Who's Who of the World, and Who's Who of Women Executives; active in the Republican Party at the local, state, and national levels; delegate to state and national Republican conventions. South Bend, Indiana.
Nelson Bunker Hunt - CNP President Executive Committee (1983); CNP Senior Executive Committee (1983-84); CNP Executive Committee (1988). Heir of the Hunt Oil Company fortune. Financial backer of CNP, CBN, JBS & ?. In 1951, Nelson Bunker Hunt and Wallace Johnson, founder of Holiday Inns, worked with and funded Bill Bright's Campus Crusade for Christ to the tune of $15.5 million. In 1967, formed Christian World Liberation Front (CWLF) as a covert front for Campus Crusade, which split off and became a leading ministry in the Jesus People movement. Bunker Hunt arranged a retreat for more than 500 millionaires who pledged $20 to Campus Crusade. Once organized a paramilitary force called "Americans Volunteer Group" which he intended to use as death squad against political opponents. [Hougan 55-56; Saloma 53; Diamond 51-56, 250]
In 1967, Nelson Bunker Hunt provided Cameron Townsend, founder of the Summer Institute of Linguistics (SIL) and the Wycliffe Bible Translators, property in Dallas for a new international translation center. Thy Will Be Done, by Colby and Dennett, documents the connections between Wycliffe Bible Translators, the Rockefeller family, and the CIA and who carried out the genocide of indigenous tribes in the Amazon basin. Also funded Ed McAteer, "the Colgate-Palmolive salesman who was the organizing force behind the politicized Fundamentalist movement... The sheer human energy amassed by wealthy SIL backers like North Carolina's James A. Jones, one of the largest contractors for military bases in Vietnam, and oilman Nelson Bunker Hunt of Texas. 'Bunker Hunt had helped me considerable,' McAteer freely offered...Wycliffe Associates' '500 Club' was designed to offer the richer members a way out of service through cash; $500 or more each year was all it took to get a special certificate of membership. Some gave much more. Texas's corporate leaders were prominent in helping Cam build SIL's International Linguistics Center near Dallas; the Linguistics Center's board meeting was one of those special occasions where a Rockefeller business partner like Trammel Crow could rub shoulders with an ultra rightist like Nelson Bunker Hunt. But they were the old core of supporters." [Colby & Dennett 570, 805]
[Nelson Bunker Hunt] funded the "STEP Program and Foundation"... the result of a meeting of some 200 ...wealthy and powerful evangelical, religious, political and business leaders... 76. held on Dallas, Texas April 21st and 22nd 1982, at the behest of multimillionaires Clint Murchison, Jr. and Nelson Bunker Hunt! STEP, an acronym for "Strategies to Eliminate Poverty" was ...formed to alleviate poverty through private sector funding and volunteerism...! 77. According to the Christian Inquirer, Nelson Bunker Hunt "kicked off" the STEP Program in November of 1981, with a $1 million contribution. It is most interesting to note that among those attending the April 1982 meeting in Dallas, besides the previously mentioned Dr. William R. Bright, Murchison, and Hunt, were: Dallas Cowboy Coach Tom Landry, Television evangelists Jim Baker, James Robison and Pat Robertson, Holly Coors, Dallas businesswoman Mary C. Crowley, and the Reverend E.V. Hill - keynote speaker at the meeting and president of STEP. [Miller 4]
Reed Irvine - CNP Board of Governors (1982). Chairman of Accuracy in Media (AIM), Editor of the AIM Report, and a member of University Professors for Academic Order (UPAO). It is most interesting to note that other members of the UPAO include such other prominent figures as: Dr. George C. Roche III, Dr. Howard Hurwitz of the UPAO Board, and Carl W. Salser - all of the National Council on Educational Research, governing body of NIE; Russell Kirk; Donald Senese - Assistant Secretary of Education; Dr. Robert L. Schuettinger, co-author of Scholars, Dollars and Public Policy; New Frontiers in Corporate Giving, along with Ernest W. Lefever and Raymond English of the Lefever run Ethics and Public Policy Center; Frank Gable-a long-time activist in the AQUARIAN CABAL; and, lastly, United States Senator John East. [Miller 6]
"Then there are 'media watchdog' organizations such as Accuracy in Media (AIM). Many persons assume such groups are watching out for the public's interests. Not according to writer Michael Collins Piper, who in 1990 made public that AIM founder Reed Irvine was paid $37,000 a year as an 'advisor for the division of international finance' of the Federal Reserve System. Noting that many Fed members also belong to the secret societies, Piper wrote, 'To this day, Irvine and AIM never touch on any subject which is sensitive to the interests of the international Establishment: whether it be the Bilderberger group, the Trilateral Commission, the Council on Foreign Relations or the truth about the privately owned Federal Reserve." [Marrs 106]
Several of AIM's board members have intelligence backgrounds. During WWII Reed Irvine worked in Marine Intelligence; John McLean was employed by the CIA; and Abraham Kalish taught communications at the Defense Intelligence School. Bernard Yoh also has a history of intelligence and military work. He is/was a professor of psychological warfare at the Air Force University in Montgomery, Alabama. He was a hitman for the Shanghai police during the Sino-Japanese war and organized the South Vietnamese counterinsurgency forces during the Vietnam War. In the 1964 Brazilian coup, Yoh advised the Brazilian generals.(2,6)... Bernard Yoh contributes regularly to the Unification Church publication Rising Tide and is a strong supporter of the Rev. Sun Myung Moon and the South Korean government.(11) Elbridge Dubrow was a former ambassador to Vietnam. David Lichtenstein was a senior attorney with the Federal Communications Commission.(2,7) Adm. Thomas H. Moorer was the former chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff under president Richard Nixon. In that position he had Naval Intelligence agents tap Henry Kissinger's phone and remove documents from Nixon's desk.(20) He was also on the national advisory board of the now-defunct Western Goals Foundation, a private domestic intelligence agency founded by former Congressman Larry MacDonald in 1979.(20) Moorer is the vice president of the American Security Council.(22) Clare Booth Luce was a former ambassador to Switzerland and former member of Congress.(2,7) She was also a member of Ronald Reagan's Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board.(23)...Clare Booth Luce is a Dame of the Knights of Malta.(15) She was a director of the Nicaraguan Freedom Fund, a fundraising group set up in 1985 by the Washington Times, a paper owned by Rev. Sun Myung Moon's Unification Church, to provide funds to the contras.(12,15,17,18) Luce was on the Board of the Washington Times. [Henry R. Luce was initiated into the Order of Skull & Bones in 1920. (Sutton)] William Simon (CFR) is on the advisory committee of AmeriCares and was on the national council of the Friends of the Democratic Center in Central America (PRODEMCA). Simon was also the chair of the Nicaraguan Freedom Fund and is a member of the Knights of Malta.(12,15,18) Dr. Edward Teller (CFR) was a member of the Committee on the Present Danger as of 1983. The Committee is an anticommunist organization which has advocated strict containment policies towards the Soviet Union.(21) Teller also created the H-Bomb.(20) Teller was also on the advisory board of the Western Goals Foundation and served with the CPTS.(20) [Interhemispheric Resource Center:AIM]
Hon. Ernest J. Istook, Jr. - CNP Membership Directory (1996, 1999) U.S. House of Representatives (R-OK). Sponsored the Religious Freedom Amendment (H.J. Res. 78), sponsored by Rep. Ernest Istook (R-OK), was defeated in the House of Representatives by a vote of 224 to 203 - a majority but 61 votes short of the two-thirds necessary to pass a constitutional amendment. H.J. Res. 78 would have permitted, not only school prayer, but religious symbols on public property and the use of tax money for religious activities. The Christian Legal Society withheld its support for Istook’s proposal and expressed concern that the language would permit government preference of a specific religion:
"CLS differs with Mr. Istook on the issue of government 'recognition' of religion. CLS opposes conferring on government the constitutional authority 'to pray and to recognize [the people's] religious beliefs, heritabe of traditions on public property.' at the July 22 hearing before the House Judiciary Subcommittee on the Constitution, Mr. Istook conceded that the first sentence of his proposed Religious Freedom Amendment is intended to confer on government, not just individuals and groups, this power to pray and to recognize religion...Mr. Istook's March 24, 1997, press release cites examples of the kinds of court decisions he wants to reverse; Most are cases where governments (not private citizens or churches) were endorsing one religion over another. (e.g., city-owned cross in a park). Under this interpretation, intended by its framers, the RFA would effectively rescind much of the protections of the First Amendment by permitting the state and federal governments to use their power and purse to propagate religious messages on a preferential basis."
Lorena Jaeb - CNP Board of Governors (1996, 1997, 1998). Former owner, Shop & Go, Inc.; board member, Child Abuse Council of Hilisborough County, University Community Hospital, Tampa Bay Performing Arts Center, and the Florida Business and Industries Recycling Board; member, Retail Grocers Association Political Committee; vice president, public/political relations, Pick Kwik Food Stores; member, Hillsborough County Republican executive board and chairperson of special events; member, political advisory boards, Congressmen Michael Bilirakis and Andy Ireland. Spouse – Robert. Mango, Florida. (IFAS) Robert Jaeb was also a member of the Leadership Council of The Conservative Caucus chaired by Howard Phillips.
According to the February 2006 newsletter of John Macarthur’s organization, The Master’s Academy International (TMAI), “In 1987, the Jaeb family set up The Believers Foundation…to help spread God’s word around the world.” Through The Believers Foundation, Robert and Lorena. Jaeb established a special program in partnership with The Master’s Seminary (TMS) and Macarthur's Grace Community Church to fund TMS graduates who went out as missionaries. “It was the seed for what has grown into The Master’s Academy International.” Macarthur's TMAI is a “church growth” organization based on Rick Warren's Purpose-Driven model. Besides underwriting TMAI, The Believers Foundation funds numerous other church growth orgs, including ministries that hold membership in the Southern Baptist Convention (UN-NGO) and the World Baptist Alliance (UN-NGO). (See: The Transformation of John Macarthur’s Grace Community Church)
Kay Cole James - CNP Membership Directory (1996, 1998, 1999), Vice President, Policy, Family Research Council.
Gary Jarmin -CNP Membership Directory (1984-85, 1988, 1996, 1999). Legislative Director, Christian Voice, a front for the Unification Church; Lobbyist and political consultant in Washington, D.C.; President of Jar-Mon Consultants, Inc., a firm specializing in political activism, election campaigns and foreign policy matters in East Asia; designed and directed registration drive in 1884 for American Coalition for Traditional Values; Chaired Christians for Reagan campaign in 1980 and 1984; former legislative director, Freedom Leadership Foundation.
"Christian Voice pioneered the use of 'moral report cards' to rate Congressional and presidential candidates on issues from abortion to sanctions against Rhodesia. The organization was started in California in 1976 under the name Citizens United. In August 1978, the group changed its name to American Christians United and in October 1978 to Christian Voice, Inc. The original Christian Voice directorate consisted of Rev. Robert Grant, a graduate of Rev. Steuart McBirnie's California Institute of Theology, Gary Jarmin, a long time right-wing lobbyist and former disciple of Rev. Sun Myung Moon, and Colonel Donor (Colonel is his first name, not a military title)...In 1988, an investigative news feature on CBS' 'West 57th" documented McBirnie's history of fraudulent financial dealings and featured elderly followers whom he has allegedly swindled by refusing to pay thousands of dollars of loans.
"In 1987, leaders of the Christian Right formed the American Freedom Coalition (AFC)...Robert Grant [was] an AFC founder and president of Christian Voice. With initial funding from the Unification Church, the AFC signified a merger between about 30 Christian Voice field organizers and the state representatives of Moon's American Constitution Committee. At the August 1987 kick-off rally for the American Freedom Coalition in Washington, D.C., Moon's top aide Bo Hi Pak praised the 'marriage' between Christian Voice and the American Constitution Committee and said it 'shows what a great sense of humor God has.'
"As with other Moonie-influenced New Right projects, the AFC was organized in such a way as to obscure Moonie domination. The original officers included Christian Voice President, Robert Grant, black civil rights leader Ralph Abernathy, Richard Viguerie, and Richard Ichord (D-MO) and Bob Wilson (R-CA). After their poor results in the 1986 Congressional elections, Christian Voice leaders, Robert Grant and Gary Jarmin had concluded that Christians alone could not steer the country rightward. To be politically effective, they argued, Christians would have to be 'unequally yoked' with non-believers and even enemies of Christianity...
"In May 1988, Grant was invited as the keynote speaker for the annual conference of the Anti-Bolshevik Bloc of Nations (ABN), which included many of the same anti-Semitic East European émigré groups recruited by (CNP member) David Balsiger's RAMBO Coalition . With headquarters in Munich and chapters throughout Europe and the United States, the ABN is nostalgic for the days when the Nazis occupied Eastern Europe. Scott Anderson and John Lee Anderson, authors of Inside the League, describe the ABN as: 'the largest and most important umbrella for Nazi collaborators in the world...A prime criterion for membership appears to be fealty to the cause of National Socialism; ABN officers constitute a virtual Who's Who of those responsible for the massacre of millions of civilians in the bloodiest war in history.'
Grant's public association with Nazi sympathizers drew no storm of criticism from fellow evangelicals." [Diamond 62, 78-9]
Terry J. Jeffers- CNP Board of Governors (1982). Chairman of Financial Planning Services and vice-chairman of TARGET, Inc., Publisher of Ruff Times, and chairman of the RUFF Foundation. [Miller 6] Howard Ruff is the Mormon investment counselor who was advising people to buy silver when the Hunt Brothers had upped the price per ounce to about $16 in the 70s.
Dr. Mildred Faye Jefferson - CNP Board of Governors (1982). Physician; President, Right to Life Crusade, National Right to Life Foundation: Trustee, St. Louis University; Diplomat, American Board of Surgery; Father Flanagan Award, Boys Town, Nebraska; graduate Harvard Medical School; honorary degrees from 26 institutions. Member of Religious Roundtable Council of 56.
John Singlaub, Daniel Graham, and Mildred Jefferson, are members of the national policy board of the American Freedom Coalition, a political organization with extensive ties to the Unification Church... [Interhemispheric Resource Center:WGF] Mildred Faye Jefferson is or was on the board of the American Freedom Coalition (AFC), a rightwing political education and lobbying group formed in 1987 to promote what it calls "traditional values."(35,36) Initial funding for the AFC came from the Unification Church of Rev. Sun Myung Moon and the Christian Voice and leadership positions in the AFC are filled by members of the Unification Church and Christian Voice.(7,48). [IRC: Religious Roundtable]
Louis (Woody) Jenkins - First Executive Director of the CNP; CNP Executive Committee (1994); Board of Governors (1996). LA State Representative, a member of the Louisiana House since 1972. Former National Chairman of American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC). [Miller 4] Member of the Council of 56 of the Religious Roundtable. Founder and Chairman of Friends of the Americas.
There have been allegations that FOA has assisted the Nicaraguan Contra forces...directly. Key contra leaders identified CAUSA (associated with the Rev. Sun Myung Moon's Unification Church) and FOA as the principal sources of their supplies in 1984.(28)... Lewis Tambs--later implicated in the Iran-Contra scandal--was U.S. Ambassador to this country, he acted as FOA's Christmas Box country chairman...In 1985, an associate of investigative journalist Jack Anderson accompanied FOA's Woody Jenkins on a plane full of supplies to La Mosquitia [Texas]. Anderson reported, "It became clear that the Friends of the Americas contingent, which included an assistant to [Sen. Jeremiah] Denton, was involved with more than simple refugee relief. Uniformed MISURA guerrillas with rifles slung on their backs stood guard at the airstrip as the DC-3's cargo was unloaded. Rebel jeeps shuttled the supplies to refugee camps located in the vicinity of the MISURA military camps."(15) MISURA has also used FOA's radios and airplanes.(12) [IRC: Friends of the Americas]
Bob Jones III - President, Bob Jones University.
James F. Justiss- CNP Executive Committee (1984-85).
Rep. Jack Kemp (R-NY) - 33º Freemason; CNP Membership Roster (1984-85, 1988, 1996, 1998); U.S. House of Representatives since 1970. Co-director of Empower America with William Bennett, Jeanne Kirkpatrick [CFR] and Vin Weber, who is co-director of the Aspen Institute’s Domestic Strategy Group. The President and CEO of Empower America until March, 2000 was Josette Shiner, a high-ranking Unification Church member and former editor at the Moon-owned Washington Times newspaper. William Bennett is a Fellow on the staff of Hudson Institute where he served on the GOALS 2000 Modern Red Schoolhouse Design Team with Dennis Doyle, Chester Finn, Jr., Pierre du Pont IV and Lamar Alexander (former Education Secretary under George Bush). The board of Empower America is composed almost entirely of CFR members and/or high ranking Freemasons, including Jack Kemp [33º Mason], Jeane Kirkpatrick [CFR], Michael Novak [CFR], Trent Lott [33º Mason], Ward Wood [CFR], Theodore Forstmann [CFR] and past board member Newt Gingrich [CFR, 33º Mason].
Jack Kemp's speech of March 10, 2000 to Cato Institute: "Solving the Global Public Pensions Crisis II: The Privatization Revolution."]
From the BUFFALO NEWS, Buffalo, New York, Thursday, October 16, 1986:
MASONS SELECT KEMP, TWO OTHERS TO GET SCOTTISH RITE 33rd DEGREE
"Rep. Jack F. Kemp, R-Hamburg; the Rev. Don C. Markham and Howard D. Butler have been elected to receive the Scottish Rite 33rd Degree and become honorary members of the Supreme Council of the Northern Masonic Jurisdiction. Kemp, a member of Fraternal Lodge, F&AM, in Hamburg, is a member of Palmoni Lodge of Perfection, 14th Degree; Palmoni Council, Princes of Jerusalem, 16th Degree; Buffalo Chapter of Rose Croix, 18th Degree, and Buffalo Consistory, 32nd Degree...The degree is to be conferred at the next annual session of the Supreme Council in September 1987, in Boston."
Dr. D. James Kennedy - CNP Membership Directory (1984-85, 1988, 1996, 1998). Senior Pastor, Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church, CNP Membership Directory (1996, 1998); founder and president, Evangelism Explosion International, 1971, 1976 and 1980 recipient George Washington Honor Medal Award, Freedoms Foundation; Religious Heritage of America 1984 "Clergyman of the Year" award; Civitan International 1986 "International Clergyman of the Year"; author 10 books. D. James Kennedy promotes the False Gospel in the Stars teaching, i.e. astrology, in his book, The Real Meaning of the Zodiac.
Alan Keyes - CNP Membership Directory (1996, 1998, 1999). Former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations. Alan Keyes was William Kristol's (Bilderberger) roommate at Harvard, whose father, Irving Kristol, joined the Young People's Socialist League in the 30s. In 1953 Irving Kristol founded the magazine "Encounter" in England that was secretly being supported by the CIA. It, for example, ran puff pieces for Fabian Socialist and Bilderberger Huge Gaitskell, head of the Labor Party. In 1965, together with Daniel Bell, Kristol founded the "Public Interest. This was a publication of "Freedom House." Bell belonged to the Young Socialist League and the League for Industrial Democracy which had been named the Intercollegiate Socialist Society. Like Kristol, Bell was subsidized by the CIA through an organization called the Congress for Cultural Freedom of which Bell was a leader. Irving Kristol's partner Daniel Bell has suggested that we do away with state boundaries and most local government. That is not surprising since he was a member of the Institute for American Democracy, an offshoot of the ADL. Daniel Bell is a CFR member.
For ten years Bell had worked for Brotherhood of Death member (Skull and Bones & CFR) Henry C. Luce at one of his magazines, Fortune. In 1969, Irving Kristol was made the Henry R. Luce professor at New York University. George Field ran the Freedom House which published Kristol and Bell's, The Public Interest. Field was chairman of the Rand School for Social Science which was owned by the American Socialist Society. It was financed by the Garland Fund which keep many Communist projects going. Freedom House's Bookshelf Program was run by Rex Stout who previously published New Masses, a Communist Weekly. Nelson Rockefeller directly gave Irving Kristol $100,000 through his Commission on Critical Choices for just 15 short essays. Irving's son, William Kristol did make it big time, he is a member of the Bilderberger group. William Kristol is being promoted by Newsweek as one of the top three strategists of the GOP. He launched a weekly magazine called the Standard and is backed financially by Ruppert Murdock. Kristol is assembling the next generation of socialists on behalf of the NWO. The Kristol's have plotted for two decades under the disarming word, "neoconservative."
William Kristol ran Alan Keyes' 1988 Senate Campaign in Maryland. Keyes was part of Reagan's National Security Team! Reagan's National Security was made up of CFR George P. Schultz, CFR/T Henry Kissinger, CFR William Case, CFR/T Casper Weinberger, and CFR Gen. David Jones with David Rockefeller (Chairman of CFR/T) being an unofficial advisor. Keyes was promoted by Jeanne Kirkpatrick. Jeanne Kirkpatrick is a member of the Trilateral Commission and the CFR. In fact, as recently as the 80s, Kirkpatrick was still on the letterhead of the League for Industrial Democracy. She believes in abortion, East-West trade, business with China and that the Monroe Doctrine is no longer valid. Her American Enterprise Institute is supported by NY Banks and big Oil, CFR and CIA assets. Her husband for many years... Evron, was with the OSS, State Dept and was Director of the Office of Intelligence Research. His specialty was behavioral science. He since 1954, had been the executive director of the American Political Science Assoc. Hubert Humphrey was the direct product of Evron Kirkpatrick. The Kirkpatricks have fashioned candidates scientifically. Keyes is the product of his handlers (those with global fish to fry).
Saying all the right things to sop up and drain support of gullible traditionalists. Keyes was president of Citizens Against Waste founded by J. Peter Grace, CFR. J. P. Grace is no more conservative than McGeorge Bundy, Henry Kissinger, or W. Averell Harriman. See Esquire Sept. issue 1977, The Latest Secrets of Skull and Bones by Ron Rosenbaum. William Grace is J. Peter Grace's father and was the signer of incorporation papers of the CFR in NY City the 25th of July, 1921. Also signing on that document was Paul Warburg, who was a key personality in the founding of the Federal Reserve in 1913. The W.R. of W.R. Grace stands for William Russell, William Russell was a co-founder of the Brotherhood of Death. It is considered by some students of history that J. Peter Grace has been born into the American Illuminati. Also see Soviet expert Dr. Antony C. Sutton's book, America's Secret Establishment on page 5. [Kelleigh Nelson]
Brig. General Albion W. Knight - CNP Board of Governors (1982). Chairman of the CNP National Defense Committee, contributor to Front Line, Inc. of Missouri, and a member of the Council of 56 of the Religious Roundtable. [Miller 6] "A...son of Poseidon (Neptune) was Albion who according to Greek tradition founded a kingdom in Britain. The hinterland of Phoenicia is known as Lebanon. 'Albion' (i.e. Britain in Classical terms) is synonymous in meaning with 'Lebanon' ...Both words indicate 'whiteness' and both derive from the same root." [Yair Davidy, Brit-Am Israel, 9.20.99]
Rt. Rev. Albion W. Knight, Jr, missionary bishop, United Episcopal Church of America and member of the American Security Council. Advisory Board of United States Council for World Freedom (1986) which is the U.S. branch of the World Anti-Communist League (WACL), home for many fascists and neo-Nazis. The U.S. branch brought these elements to the U.S. for WACL's annual meetings in 1984 and 1985. Included was a delegate [Yves Gignac] who served five years in prison for attempting to assassinate Charles DeGaulle, persons who led Nazi SS units or corraborationist puppet governments during World War II, and architects of mass murder in Latin America. Those meetings served to build support for the FDN Contras as well as UNITA and RENAMO, both allies of South Africa. The U.S. branch, led by Major General John Singlaub, also has had racists, anti-Semites and at least one member of a Nazi collaborationist organization on its board. [Bellant (CC); Anderson 256-7, 270; Interhemispheric Resource Center:USCWF]
The U.S. military is allegedly now combined, under the Federal Emergency Management Agency, with other departments of the Federal government and with local governments. When the President tries to use this overreaching military against the people, [Jim] Ammerman maintains, the "good" military officers will side with armed citizens against the President. Curiously, Ammerman's own organization was created at the request of an Army officer, Gen. Ralph E. Haines, Jr., who personally supervised the military policing of the population, against which Ammerman directs his rhetoric... General Haines went public in an April 11, 1968 press conference, describing his "Operation Garden Plot." He had planned and directed the military arrangements for the takeover of every single American city, and arranged the linkages between the military and Justice Department, local police, and state governments... It was this General Haines who asked Ammerman to create his Full Gospel Chaplaincy... The Haines-Ammerman project was a component of Britain's Pentecostalist political initiative, set in motion within the United States following World War II.
In 1978, Haines led a group of American Episcopalian speakers-in-tongues, to Canterbury, England, for a global meeting of the Anglican Church under Queen Elizabeth's Archbishop Donald Coggan. Haines and others, colonials and Brits alike, launched a world crusade to spread Pentecostalism under Anglican guidance. An Episcopal colleague of Haines, Gen. Albion Knight, U.S. Army (ret.), in a discussion with this reporter on June 5, 1997, lavishly praised the Haines-Ammerman project. A nuclear weapons and logistics specialist, Knight is now a Conservative Revolution leader in Howard Phillips's Taxpayers Party. He explained the strategy put in gear at the 1978 Canterbury meeting: Get away from stuffy high churchism. Get with the people. This hard-charging Anglicanism is "exploding in the Third World"; Africa is especially targetted. Intimately identified with the British authorities and the Church of England, General Knight manages the Church Information Center, which, he says, "feeds information to around 125 leaders, an intelligence network in the Anglican world." [Chaitkin]
Dr. Robert H. Krieble - CNP Executive Committee (1988); CNP Board of Governors (1996).
Beverly LaHaye- CNP Board of Governors (1982); CNP Board of Governors (1996). Wife of Timothy LaHaye and member of the Editorial Board of the Christian Inquirer. Founder and Chairman of Concerned Women for America (CWA). [Miller 6] Member of Religious Roundtable Council of 56.
In July/August of 1996, the Rev. Sun Myung Moonhosted a convention in Washington, D.C., which was also attended by several prominent evangelical leaders. The full text of Rev. Moon's speech of August 1, 1996, titled "In Search of the Origin of the Universe," which is replete with phallic references, is available on the Unification Home Page.
"Sun Myung Moon's front organizations (Family Federation for World Peace, Women's Federation for World Peace, Summit Council for World Peace, etc.) promote 'morals and family values.' It is amazing to see who will join this self-professed 'Messiah' in working for these 'religiously correct' goals. Moon just hosted (7/31-8/2/96) another convention in Washington, D.C. The highly paid speakers (reportedly $80-150,000 each) included former presidents Ford and Bush, Robert Schuller, Ralph Reed, Gary Bauer (president of Family Research Council, 'the lobbying/research arm of Focus on the Family') and Beverly LaHaye. Entertainment was by Pat Boone and family. Moon says that mankind fell from grace because Eve had sex with Satan, Christ failed in His mission and Moon is the true Messiah. While evangelical speakers were careful not to offend their high-paying host with the true gospel, Moon and his wife, Hak Ja Han, boldly proclaimed their gospel. What a denial of Christ for Pat Boone to entertain, and evangelical leaders to speak, on the same platform where the host declared that he is perfecting the work 'left uncompleted by Jesus!'" [Dave Hunt, The Berean Call, Sept.,1996]
Timothy LaHaye- CNP President (1981); CNP Board of Governors (1982; 1996); CNP Executive Committee (1984-85). President of the Council for National Policy (CNP), president of the internationally known Family Life Seminars, Founder of Christian Heritage College, member of the Executive Board of Moral Majority, a member of the Editorial Board of Christian Inquirer, and a member of the Council of 56 of the Religious Roundtable. [Miller 6]
"LaHaye held the position of paid chairman with Sun Myung Moon's now defunct Coalition for Religious Freedom (CRF). (Moon is the founder of the Unification Church, and is the self-proclaimed Messiah to the world. He teaches the particularly vile heresy that not only did Jesus fail in His earthly ministry, but that He had sex with the women who followed Him.) (Reported in the November 1990 Omega-Letter and the 1Q96, Religion in Politics.)
"In June, 1985, CRF held several rallies, one of which was in Washington, D.C. There LaHaye urged the over 300 men and women present to support Moon by voluntarily going to jail with him for a week if allowed to do so by authorities. "Not that I agree with his doctrine," said LaHaye. "Not that I agree with what he teaches, because many of us don't know what he teaches. We have only read about it in the paper and you know how much we can trust the papers." (Evidently LaHaye is unaware of the many books and research papers made available by Christian cult investigators. Certainly the newspapers aren't the only source of information.) Other so-called evangelicals that served with LaHaye at CRF as executive committee and/or advisory board members were Don Wildmon (founder and president of the social activist American Family Association), Marlin Maddoux (Point Of View nationwide radio talk show host), Paul Crouch (TBN Network's infamous founder), Hal Lindsey, James Robison, Jimmy Swaggart, and D. James Kennedy (author and pastor of Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida) -- an agenda of social activism certainly makes for strange ecumenical bedfellows. [In a personal letter dated 6/3/93, LaHaye claims to have never received any pay for his stint as CRF's "temporary chairman for a month and a half." LaHaye seems to be saying, "It's okay to serve on the Board of an apostate organization as long as you don't accept pay for it."]
"LaHaye's involvement with Moon is particularly vile. In 1985, Carolyn Weaver, writing for Mother Jones Magazine, exposed the fact that LaHaye had received substantial funds from Moon's aid Bo Hi Park. This was discovered in a tape of a dictated thank you letter from LaHaye, thanking Park for a contribution in excess of $500,000. LaHaye would not admit or deny the receipt of the contribution, instead he attacked the source of the information. (Reported in the 1Q96, Religion in Politics.)" [Biblical Discernment Ministries]
Reed Larson- CNP Board of Governors (1982); CNP Executive Committee (1994); CNP Secretary-Treasurer (1996). President of the National Right To Work Committee, which is funded by the Coors family, foundation and corporation. [Miller 6] Member of the Council of 56 of the Religious Roundtable.
Dr. Ernest Lefever - CNP Board of Governors (1982). Long active in Maryland Values Education Commission, former Associate Director of the National Association of Churches, attended the founding Assembly of the World Council of Churches in 1948, a lengthy history of activity in Leftist causes - including that of consultant to the Council on Religion and International Affairs and a research analyst for the Brookings Institution, and who is presently the Director of Ethics and Public Policy Center at Georgetown University. [Miller 6]
John Lenczowski - CNP Membership Roster (1984-85). Consultant to the Council for Inter-American Security...[which] played a pivotal role formulating Washington's program for counter-revolutionary war and mass murder in Central America during the 1980s... The group functioned in a dual-capacity; as an alarmist "public policy institute" and as a domestic spy ring, a "privatized" version of the FBI's infamous COINTELPRO operations. Having staked-out Latin America as their geopolitical niche, CIS targeted Central America solidarity activists, progressive clergy, and the Salvadoran exile community. The group gathered intelligence and disseminated disinformation, funneling data on foreign policy opponents to the FBI and the intelligence service of the Salvadoran death squad state...In 1980, they published the influential A New Inter-American Policy for the Eighties, generally known as the "Santa Fe Document." [A Small Circle of Friends]
John Lofton - CNP Board of Governors (1982). Editor of the Conservative Digest and a contributor to the Unification Church sponsored Washington Times. [Miller 6]
Edward Lozick - CNP Board of Governors (1996). CNP Membership Directory (1984-85, 1988, 1996, 1999). President, Nerts, Inc., Finance chairman, Reagan for President, 1980/1984; Member, 1981 Presidential Inaugural Committee; chairman, The Kennedy Center Ball; Fellow, The Presidential Transition Foundation; Republican National Committee Eagle. Son-in-law of Republican benefactor, Fred Lennon.
"After stepping from obscurity to top last year's 400, Cleveland billionaire Fred Lennon... is already notoriously secretive -- he shuns the media, and his Crawford Fitting Company even conceals its production volume by operating many small factories without signs on them...In addition to his political contributions to Bob Dole and other Republicans over the last two years, Lennon was one of the top donors to Cleveland's Operation Save-A-Life, a program to reduce house fire fatalities by equipping low-income homes with smoke alarms. He recently came into a little extra cash -- Midwestern National Life Insurance Co. of Ohio, of which he owned 79 percent, was merged into a New York holding company for $14 million.
"... his son-in-law Edward Lozick, CEO of pipe fittings manufacturer Nerts Inc., seems to be following in his footsteps, both politically and personally. Although Lozick's yacht ferried special guests Bob and Dolores Hope while leading the Cuyahoga River's "Parade of Lights" last year, he generally follows his father-in-law's motto: "Secrecy is success. Success is secrecy." He is wary of the media -- when Mother Jones called Nerts, receptionists answered with their own names, not the company's and were even reluctant to say what kind of manufacturing they did. The $63,050 that Lozick gave to Republicans in the last election cycle was nearly enough to make the Mother Jones 400 this year. Imagine what he'll do with his inheritance." [Mother Jones: The 400 List]
Hon. Trent Lott - 33º Freemason, U.S. Senate. CNP Membership Directory (1996, 1998). In May of 1998, HR 2431 was passed in the House of Representatives and introduced to the Senate as S772 by Senator Arlen Specter (a Mason). There it was stalled in committee until the Republican leadership led by Trent Lott maneuvered a compromise version of the bill through (33º Mason) Jesse Helms' Foreign Services Committee. On October 9, the U.S. Senate passed the International Religious Freedom Act (S-1868) sponsored by Senators Don Nickles, Joseph Lieberman and others by a vote of 98-0. S-1868 was referred immediately back to the House of Representatives where it was passed into law the next day.
Earl Little- CNP Board of Governors (1982). President of the Christian Law Association. [Miller 6]
Marlin Maddoux - CNP Membership Roster (1988, 1996, 1999). Founder and president, International Christian Media and USA Radio Network; author, A Christian Agenda: Game Plan For a New Era, America Betrayed, What Worries Parents Most, and others; journalist; host of national radio broadcast, "Point of View," a live 90-minute issues oriented Christian talk show heard daily on over 270 radio nationwide and around the world on several shortwave stations; frequent guest on numerous national Christian and general television and radio broadcasts, CBS Morning News, Nightime, The 700 Club, Concerned Women Live, The Art of Family Living, and many others.
Marion (Mac) Magruder - CNP Executive Committee; Board of Governors (1996). Owner/operator, McDonald's Restaurants; chairman, Arizona Family Research; board member, Free Congress Research & Education Foundation, National Family Foundation, Abundant Life, Summit Ministries; advisory board, Conservative Caucus.
Peter Marshall, Jr.- CNP Membership Roster (1988, 1996, 1999). Son of late Chaplain of the U.S. Senate, Peter Marshall and Catherine Marshall, author and founder of Breakthrough, Inc. Founder and director of Peter Marshall Ministries; author and speaker on restoring Christian heritage of America; author, The Light & The Glory and From Sea to Shining Sea, [See also: Masonic Foundations of the U.S.]; ordained Presbyterian minister (Princeton Theological Seminary).
Connaught (Connie) Marshner - CNP Board of Governors (1982); CNP Executive Committee (1988). Roman Catholic who worked for Young Americans for Freedom, the youth organization of the John Birch Society. In 1960, the founding document of YAF was drawn up at the estate of CFR member William F. Buckley. Marshner moved to the Heritage Foundation and the Free Congress Foundation, where she represented FCF at shepherding-discipleship groups such as the Word of God Community and the Coalition on Revival. Marshner served on the Steering Committee of COR and the Executive Committee of Anatole Fellowship, founded by Dennis Peacocke, who "shepherded" Colonel Doner, founder and director of Moon-controlled and financed Christi an Voice. Marshner was Director of the Family Policy Division of the Free Congress Research and Education Foundation, and Editor of its organ Family Protection Report; member of the Board of Governors of the CNP.[Bellant (CC) 18-19, Young 130]
Marshner authored the failed omnibus Family Protection Act of 1981. Strange as it may seem, when Connaught Marshner's "Family Policy Division" was asked about their policy on "sex education", the reply was that there was NO POLICY! Even more revealing was a Marshner "Memo" to pro-family groups, dated January 22, 1982. The "Memo" concerned the pending introduction of legislation to empower the IRS to "investigate" and "influence" the "policies", "programs", "rights", "privileges", and "activities" of religious schools! 74. In the "Memo", Marshner wrote: "In case you're wondering why I don't say "ask your Senators to kill the bill", here's why. It's a Republican Senate. Republican Senators will not oppose something their Republican President's ask for -- the "club" mentality is stronger than principle in this town. If you ask for the bill to be killed, your letter would be discounted as "kooky" or "impractical." However, I am advised that a few simple amendments would make the bill SOMETHING WE CAN LIVE WITH...!?! (Emphasis added.) [Miller 4]
James Mather- CNP Board of Governors (1982). Founder and Chairman of the Board of Denver-based Mr. Steak, Inc.[Miller 6] Former international president SWAP (Salesmen With a Purpose) Club; former director, International Franchise Assoc.; Lieutenant AUSNI; former trustee, Youth for Christ Foundation.
Pat Matrisciana -CNP Membership Roster (1999). Owner and president, Jeremiah Films which has produced over 60 documentaries including Pagan Invasion and No Second Chance; chairman, Citizens for Honest Government which produced The Clinton Chronicles, The Death of Vince Foster: What Really Happened? and Obstruction of Justice; Academy Award nominee. Citizens for Honest Government Board Member, Carol Steinke, also sits on the board of a Scientology front, Citizens Commission for Human Rights (CCHR). Pat Matrisciana produced a video against 60 Minutes after the latter's expose of Scientology.
"Citizens for Honest Government publishes a newsletter, Citizens' Intelligence Digest . It is edited by John Wheeler, Jr., a former editor of The Christian American published by the Christian Coalition. A number of California Religious Political Extremist activists or people with strong California ties are contributors to Citizens Intelligence Digest. Among them are:
* William Dannemeyer, former member of Congress, a leader of the Christian Reconstructionist leaning Christian Activist Network, a member of the Council for National Policy * Joseph Farah, former editor of the Sacramento Union and Christian Reconstructionist apologist, a member of the Council for National Policy * The Reverend Tim LaHaye, formerly of San Diego whose religious political extremists credentials are too numerous to mention, a member of the Council for National Policy * Dr. Stanley Monteith M.D., self-styled expert on AIDS, Santa Cruz radio talk show host, a member of the Council for National Policy * Brad Phillips - former staff member of Dana Rodabacher, M.C. * Larry Pratt, Gun Owners of America and close associate of former state senator H. L. "Bill" Richardson, both are members of the Council for National Policy * Carolyn Stanke of Parents Involved In Education (PIE), she also led the fight to abolish the California Learning Assessment Test (CLAS).
The other interesting California link to the "vast . . conspiracy" is the Rutherford Institute headed by John Whitehead, Esq., a member of the Council for National Policy, who is now the lead attorney representing Paula Jones. The Rutherford Institute was founded at the behest of the Reverend R. J. Rushdoony of Chalcedon, Inc., located in Vallecito CA. He also served on the board of directors along with multimillionaire Howard Ahmanson, Jr. co-founder of the Allied Business PAC. Both men are members of the Council for National Policy. [Vast Right-Wing Conspiracy]
Found on the Mad Cow website: Inside Richard Mellon Scaife's Conspiracy
Daniel Hopsiker interview of Pat Matrisciana, December, 1998.
......I shot it at him [Matrisciana]: "Are you Agency?"
I meant, of course, was he from the Company. The good Ool bad Ool CIA. But this is, apparently, not considered a polite question, though god knows why not because before he answered he coughed, and looked surprised. Maybe he¹s just not all that used to direct address. But at the end of the meal he said to me that for some reason he¹d told me a lot more than he was planning to, so I guess it was a successful tactic.
"I¹ve been to Berkeley, too," his reply began."I was 'detailed' to Berkeley in 1965, to establish a countervailing force to Mario Savio's Free Speech Movement. While there I founded the Campus Crusade for Christ."And then it was his turn to grin: "I invented," he told me proudly, "Jesus freaks.".....
"I was detailed to Berkeley"
For anyone who has ever suspected, in a dark paranoid moment, that our culture--especially in the 60's--was somehow psycho-managed by the CIA, Matriciana' s offhand admission is enlightening, because it was clear he was in earnest, and I had no reason to doubt that he was telling me the truth. To me, its implications for the current scandal are staggering. Because Matriciana, when he made the Clinton Chronicles, wasn¹t an independent producer toiling in anonymity. He was an intelligence operative for Richard Mellon Scaife, himself an intelligence operative, with longstanding ties to the Central Intelligence Agency.
Donald S. McAlvany - CNP Membership Roster (1988, 1996, 1999). President, International Collectors Associates: Bringing Intelligence Information and Serving Precious Metals Investors Since 1972; editor of The McAlvany Intelligence Advisor, a monthly geopolitical/financial intelligence newsletter; past editor, The African Intelligence Digest; Director, Council on Southern Africa, a non-profit educational foundation designed to educate Americans on the strategic importance of Southern Africa; took large delegations of Americans on political/financial tours of South Africa every February.
Ed McAteer - CNP Board of Governors (1982). Founder of the Religious Roundtable Council of 56, former executive for Colgate-Palmolive, member of the Boards of Kim Wickes Ministries, Wycliffe Bible Associates, Bill Glass Evangelism, and All India Prayer Fellowship, National Field Director of the Conservative Caucus, a member of the Editorial board of Christian Inquirer. [Miller 5; Thy Will Be Done, by Gerard Colby with Charlotte Dennett, documents the connections between Wycliffe Bible Translators, the Rockefeller family, and the CIA and who carried out the genocide of indigenous tribes in the Amazon basin. (HarperCollins, 1945)]
Ed McAteer was sales marketing manager for Colgate-Palmolive Company when he retired to become the national field director of the Christian Freedom Foundation (CFF), and organization devoted to training evangelicals for places of leadership in government. From there McAteer moved to the rightwing Conservative Caucus where he served as national field director until founding the Religious Roundtable.(1) He is or was a member of the board of the evangelical Wycliffe Bible Associates, and has traveled to Mexico on behalf of Wycliffe to present a native language translation of the Bible to a tribal group.(1) In 1975 McAteer served as an official delegate to the Global Congress on World Evangelism in Lausanne, Switzerland. In 1983 he was on the boards of the Gideons, Teen Challenge, Bill Glass Evangelistic Association, the All-Indian Prayer Fellowship, and the Asian Evangelistic Fellowship.(1) McAteer, along with Howard Phillips, Richard Viguerie, and Paul Weyrich, helped Jerry Falwell start the Moral Majority.(7) McAteer was a press contact for the Moral Majority. [IRC: Religious Roundtable]
"Yet, of all the principles building the Religious Right into a cohesive political force, the most important was perhaps least known. Ed McAteer was the Colgate-Palmolive salesman who was the organizing force behind the politicized Fundamentalist movement. McAteer had the glib tongue of his profession, substituting Christ for soap in his market analysis. He was more than a friend of Cam Townsend; he was a major figure on the board of Wycliffe Associates, which was now a powerhouse of resources for SIL, providing it and JAARS (Jungle Aviation & Radio Service founded by Townsend in 1963) with construction skills, money, promotion and overnight stays for furloughed translators on fund-raising tours. In return, testimonies from returned translators, films, books, and slide shows parlayed surrogate travels around the world for suburban believers. Special trips to the jungle bases allowed the more affluent faithful actually to partake in adventure for God. The sheer human energy amassed by wealthy SIL backers like North Carolina's James A. Jones, one of the largest contractors for military bases in Vietnam, and oilman Nelson Bunker Hunt of Texas. 'Bunker Hunt had helped me considerable,' McAteer freely offered.
"Wycliffe Associates' '500 Club' was designed to offer the richer members a way out of service through cash; $500 or more each year was all it took to get a special certificate of membership. Some gave much more. Texas's corporate leaders were prominent in helping Cam build SIL's International Linguistics Center near Dallas; the Linguistics Center's board meeting was one of those special occasions where a Rockefeller business partner like Trammel Crow could rub shoulders with an ultrarightist like Nelson Bunker Hunt. But they were the old core of supporters. The real power in the Wycliffe Associates was its thousands of newer members, spreading the influence of SIL across the country, and the influence of Wycliffe Associates in Cam's organization.
"Promoting and leading this base of support into politics was McAteer's forte. During the Carter administration, his name began to appear among New Right circles in Washington, D.C., connected with North Carolina's Senator Jesse Helms. It was McAteer who brought [Jerry] Falwell into this crowd, helping Falwell build the Moral Majority. Then, in 1979, McAteer organized the Religious Roundtable. Well-funded [through direct mail fundraising by Richard Vigurie], McAteer pulled together many of the Fundamentalist leaders of the nation to back the candidacy of Ronald Reagan." [Colby & Dennett 804-5]
Norm McClelland - CNP Board of Governors (1996).
James McClure - U.S. Senator. CNP Board of Governors (1982). Chairman of the Senate Republican Conference, and a member of the Congressional Board of Christian Voice. [Miller 6]
Jim McCotter - CNP Board of Governors (1996). CEO of Maverick Jets and controversial founder of the "Blitz Movement" which became the Great Commission Association of Churches.
“Great Commission International” (GCI) is the best known among a plethora of names designating entities associated with James Douglas McCotter. For purposes of this report, “GCI” or “GCI/McCotter” will be used as generic designations for these entities. GCI activities have been a mixture of religious, political, and business undertakings, often without clear distinctions among these categories. GCI has been designated as a non-profit organization with church status. To an objective observer, however, the activities of its founders and members may often seem oriented more toward the pursuit of money or political power than toward spiritual growth. For example, although the business ventures of GCI/McCotter have involved million dollar transactions and apparently large profits, and although McCotter and other leaders of the group have led luxurious lifestyles, GCI to date has built not a single religious facility. Promises to build churches have not been kept: GCI’s religious services are held in high school gymnasiums.
Published reports and statements by former members have suggested that GCI shows characteristics identified with “destructive cults.” These attributed characteristics include deceptive recruiting practices, a hidden agenda in group activities, secrecy, and practices identified with mind control or “brainwashing.” GCI has been identified as a “shepherding” movement which actively promotes dependence on and unquestioning obedience of strong leaders. Former members have reported that GCI members are taught to inculcate obedience early, disciplining their children by striking them with wooden spoons until the children gasp. This technique, which is illustrative of GCI’s notions of authority and obedience, is overtly intended to break the spirit and inhibit independent thinking. Members who leave the group are shunned, sometimes by members of the their own families who remain in GCI, and if they speak out are attacked for “slander.”" [The Kane Report]
An open letter to Jim McCotter
My wife and I are sitting at home, worried, sad and with our future in serious tatters – because of one man’s greed.
We have just been made unemployed by a messenger. I am 57 and a damn good journalist who no longer has a job - because of one man’s greed.
Now Jim, you are a Christian, so God will give you the courage to read on. Mind you, God says that greed is a sin – but don’t worry Jim, he’ll give you the courage to read on.
Since I was employed, in good faith, by The Citizen, I have worked as many as seventy hours a week for that newspaper, giving it my very best because I am a professional journalist with a huge pride about the standard of work I put out. I was underpaid because of the meanness of my employer, who though that, as an American, they were somehow smarter than we dumb Kiwis.
But don’t worry Jim, you’re a Christian and you do no wrong. And God will give you strength to read on.
About seven months ago, good journalists and good friends of mine lost their jobs because of your ambition to be richer. Actually they call that greed – and greed is a sin. Not content with being filthy rich, you wanted to be richer. Mind you, God was watching over you.
But read on Jim, because God will give you the courage to do so.
You sit back in your little castle somewhere in Colorado or Florida, lauding your pleasures. But, of course, that is fine, while other good people you have trodden upon and spat out without any feeling what-so-ever, are now unemployed. Sam Cooper – remember Sam ? His youngest son was diagnosed with leukemia two months ago and is dying.
I was with Sam tonight. He was absolutely distraught. Sam didn’t know how to go back to tell his wife he had lost his job, with his son lying in hospital – all because of one man’s greed and the total lack of understanding he (you, Jim) have for people.
Mind you Jim, you’re a Christian and God is looking after you, isn’t he ! He’ll give you courage to read on.
Chris Mealing is trying to pick up her life, to look after her eight year-old daughter. Her husband committed suicide because of the trauma he had put his fellow workers through because of your lack of feeling for your fellow man. A week before he died, Grant Mealing told me he couldn’t face what he had done to others, like Coen and Bryn, who had lost their jobs after they had trusted you as an employer.
But don’t worry Jim, because you are a Christian, remember.
And God will give you the strength to read on.
Grant Mealing took his own life, because of you. YOU are responsible – no-one else ! But don’t worry Jim, because you are a Christian. Chris doesn’t have a husband any more – and lovely wee Fleur doesn’t have a father.
Why do you want to make more money Jim ? Haven’t you got enough already. You are a Christian remember, and greed is a sin. But don’t feel bad, Jim, God will look after you, because you are a Christian.
Unfortunately, you haven’t got the courage to face your workers. You left New Zealand like the coward you are, but don’t worry Jim, you are a Christian and God will give you courage to read on.
But, of course, you left your daughter here, dripping in her diamonds and fancy designer clothes, belittling New Zealanders because of her wealth. And she had her gold digging husband to help us out – unfortunately, he wasn’t as journalist’s arsehole, as his journalistic judgement has since proved. I have done a bit of background work on Jonathon and, from people he worked with in Europe, he is a journalistic lightweight of little consequence. Otherwise, I suppose, The Citizen would still be operating.
But, while we all worked our guts out, hour after hour, every day, Jonathon and Shannon ponced around Christchurch, wining and dining during their three-hour lunches, laughing off any problems as though they didn’t exist. He cost you a lot of money but, don’t worry Jim, because he’s got his eyes on a lot more when you’re gone.
Unfortunately, what Americans don’t realise – and I have experienced many in my home in the last three or four years - is that they are the dumbest people on earth. They think that life is all about materialistic things and wealth. As I tried to impress upon Jonathon at one stage, “class” not about where you eat, what wines you drink and how well your fancy suit is cut. “Class” is from within.
I’m pleased God gave you the courage to read on Jim….. because it means I can finally write of my absolute contempt for you – and everthing you stand for.
The only justice, in this whole exercise, is that hopefully, you have lost a few million dollars. Thank you God – you see, strangely, I am a believer too – a real one.
Ken Nicholson [email@example.com] [Jim’s BAD deeds after 1986 when he left the Great Commission church]
Larry P. McDonald- U.S. Congressman. CNP Board of Governors (1982). Author, Chairman of the John Birch Society, member Citizen's Legal Defense Fund for the FBI, Ad Hoc, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Western Goals Foundation, and a member of the Congressional Board of [Moon-owned] Christian Voice. [Miller 6] Mrs. Larry McDonald is currently a member of the CNP.
John Birch Society founder, Robert Welch, was succeeded upon his death in 1983 by the former Congressman Larry McDonald. Lawrence Patton McDonald was a cousin of George S. Patton, Jr., the famous general who was killed in an automobile accident at the conclusion of World War II. In 1979, Congressman Lawrence McDonald founded the Western Goals Foundation as a front for the JBS intelligence network. McDonald directed the organization until his untimely death in the downing of the Korean airliner, KAL 007 in 1983. Western Goals drew on both private and official government files to become one of the largest and most influential private intelligence operations in the U.S.; WGF was able to bypass legal restraints placed on government intelligence agencies.
According to the Interhemispheric Resource Center GroupWatch, files of which are available on the Public Information Research database, Western Goals had worked with Reinhard Gehlen, Adolf Hitler's chief intelligence officer in charge of espionage against the Soviet Union: "McDonald formed a foundation branch in West Germany in 1981. The organization, called the American-European Strategy Research Institute, was set up with a $131,982 injection from the U.S. office. That figure represented more than a third of Western Goals' operating budget at the time..." [John Birch Society & The CNP]
Hon. Edwin Meese III - CNP Executive Committee (1994); CNP President (1996).
Distinguished fellow and holder of the Ronald Reagan Chair in Public Policy, the Heritage Foundation.; former Attorney General of the U.S.; Counselor to the President, 1981-1985; former Chief of Staff and Senior Issues Advisor for the Reagan-Bush Committee; former president, Council for National Policy; former professor of law, University of San Diego; former vice president for administration, Rohr Industries. As Chairman of the Domestic Policy Council and the National Drug Policy Board, and as a member of the National Security Council, he played a key role in the development and execution of domestic and foreign policy. During the 1970s, Mr. Meese was Director of the Center for Criminal Justice Policy and Management and Professor of Law at the University of San Diego. He earlier served as Chief of Staff for then-Governor Reagan and was a local prosecutor in California. Mr. Meese is a Distinguished Visiting Fellow at the Hoover Institution, Stanford University, and a Distinguished Senior Fellow at the Institute of United States Studies, University of London. He earned his B.A. from Yale University and his J.D. from the University of California, Berkeley.
During the Reagan Kitchen Cabinet, Joseph Coors and others from the Heritage Foundation received a letter of endorsement from White House Chief of Staff Ed Meese in which Meese promised Ed Feulner, the president of Heritage, that "this Administration will cooperate fully with your efforts." After leaving the Reagan Administration, Meese joined the staff of the Heritage Foundation.
Major F. Andy Messing, Jr. - CNP Membership Roster (1984-85; 1988; 1996). USAR (Ret.), former chair of the Conservative Caucus, is on the USWCF board, on the board of the Council for National Policy and was the head of the National Defense Council Foundation. [Interhemispheric Resource Center:WACL]
[(Linda) Guell worked with CAUSA (a political arm of the Unification Church) and its head, Bo Hi Pak, and made trips to Germany and South Korea. The word "money" was written over Guell's name, with an arrow pointing to Rob Owen, North's courier to the contras. Arrows were also drawn from Owen's name to Guell's and from Andy Messing--a private contra supporter and head of the National Defense Council Foundation--to Western Goals.] [Interhemispheric Resource Center: WGF] A key figure within WACL's American branch. Council for Inter-American Security board member, close personal friend of Lt. Col. (Oliver) North and the president of the National Defense Council (Messing) said..."going to war is [my] favorite pastime." [Sklar 238-39; A Small Circle of Friends]
Charles W. Missler - CNP Membership Directory (1999). Executive Director, Koinonia House; author, The Magog Invasion; editor, Personal UPDATE, a monthly news journal; host, a daily news and commentary radio program; served on the board of directors of over a dozen public companies and was chairman and CEO of six of them; specialized in rescuing troubled technology companies; honors graduate, U.S. Naval Academy; pioneer in computer technologies and participated in the development of some of the most exotic, top-secret military systems, including the Stealth bomber and anti-submarine warfare; served on projects for the former chairman of the joint chiefs of staff, former chief of naval operations and former Secretary of the Treasury.
“…The Misslers lost everything, including their home, automobiles and insurance. It was during this difficult time that Chuck turned to God and the Bible. As a child he developed an intense interest in the Bible; studying it became a favorite pastime. In the 1970s, while still in the corporate world, Chuck began leading weekly Bible studies at the 30,000-member Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa, in California. He and Nancy established Koinonia House in 1973.
“Chuck had enjoyed a longtime, personal relationship with Hal Lindsey, who upon hearing of Chuck's professional misfortune, convinced him that he could easily succeed as an independent author and speaker. Over the years, Chuck had developed a loyal following. (Through Doug Wetmore, head of the tape ministry of Firefighters for Christ, Chuck learned that over 7 million copies of his taped Bible studies were scattered throughout the world.) Koinonia House then became Chuck's full-time profession.
“Nancy Missler attended UCLA where she studied art. She met Chuck on a blind date in 1956 and they married the following year. Through Christian author and speaker Henrietta Mears, Nancy became a Christian, and she devoted herself to her family, raising the Misslers' four children, Chip, Mark, Lisa and Michelle.. Nancy also established a company, Missler Aerial Photography Service, that specialized in aerial and architectural photography.”
[Note: Described by Christianity Today as the “grandmother of modern evangelicalism”, Henrietta Mears worked closely with Charles Fuller and Harold Ockenga, founders of Fuller Theological Seminary, base of C. Peter Wagner and the late John Wimber, and the National Association of Evangelicals, the American branch of the World Evangelical Fellowship. For information on Henrietta Mears, see: The World Christian Movement]
“On TBN's 12/29/99 'Praise the Lord' program, Hal Lindsey and his sidekick, Cliff Ford, hosted. One of their guests was Chuck Missler. Missler said he was there for the purpose of endorsing TBN's movie, The Omega Code, and promoting his own new book on the Code. The three of them carried on and on about how great TBN is and how everyone needs to continue to support the network to spread the gospel around the world.
“What they didn't say is that the new gospel of the hidden messages in the Bible (Omega Code) and the prosperity gospel are two different gospels, not the Gospel that was preached in the New Testament. The Omega Code movie did NOT promote the Gospel of Jesus Christ, but rather gave credence to the latest big lie -- that there are hidden messages in the Bible when one uses the letters as an acrostic puzzle. This is the latest blasphemy sweeping through the professing church -- using the Bible as a tool for divination.” [Biblical Discernment Ministries]
See also the following critiques/exposes:
Missler's House Salad Should be Tossed
Nancy Missler & PsychoHeresy
Missler's Malta Expedition [Cruise sponsored by Koinonia House toured, among other pagan sites, the Isle of Malta and Palace of Grand Master of the Knights of Malta]
Lambert Dolphin & The Great Sphinx [Koinonia House features numerous articles by Lambert Dolphin, Chuck Missler’s colleague]
Barbara Monteith - CNP Membership Directory (1996, 1999). Eagle Forum of Ohio. Monteiths of the United States. Descendant of Merovingian bloodline and a signatory of the Declaration of Arbroath, the Scottish Declaration of Independence of 1320. [See: British-Israelism]
Dr. Stanley Monteith - CNP Membership Directory (1996, 1999). Author, AIDS: The Unnecessary Epidemic; publishes, HIV-Watch, a nationally circulated newsletter covering the HIV epidemic; spends three hours daily on talk radio in California. Host of Radio Liberty.
On August 17, 2009, Stan Monteith went public with his personal belief that Christians have been deceived through the New Covenant/New Testament. Also that Christianity has been teaching the lie that the Lord Jesus is God, that there is no Trinity, that there is no Holy Spirit, but a 'Hailey Spirit' which is the feminine part of God who comforts us and is calling us back to her bosom. Agreeing with his guest, Craig Winn, "we have been deceived by the writings and agenda of that imposter of the true assembly, the man Paul who poisoned and corrupted the Scriptures by corrupting the Hebrew and Greek, especially through the book of Galatians." Stan's commented, "I've always questioned Paul's writings. and so did Thomas Jefferson."Stan Monteith told his audience that he and his guest believe that only the Jews have Yahweh's plan of salvation, that there is NO GOSPEL and that according to Yahweh, the ONLY Scripture is, "Torah, Prophet and Psalms;" also that Christians must be adopted by Yahweh and become Yuda. Stan Monteith agreed with his guest, Craig Winn, that the entire New Testament has been a fake and that the Lord Jesus is not THE Savior but was "SET APART for the use of Yahweh." Also, that the only good New Covenant writings are John's. They say that Christians MUST accept this, and "give us feedback right away." (Radio Liberty, Craig Winn, The Original Bible, 8-17-09, Standard Player / 2nd half of program)
Radio Liberty is the name of a former Knights of Malta front for Nazi émigrés. According to The Messianic Legacy, published in 1986: "The present head of the Order in the United States is a prominent businessman, J. Peter Grace. Prior to 1971, Grace was associated with Radio Liberty and Radio Free Europe, both of which had been established by Hitler’s spy, Reinhard Gehlen, and funded by the CIA.” The Covert Action Information Bulletin also states that Radio Liberty was a front for ex-Nazis: “In 1950, the American Committee for Liberation from Bolshevism was created. Trustees included J. Peter Grace, Charles Edison, William Henry Chamberlain, H.J. Heinz II, Isaac Don Levine, and Eugene Lyons. The Committee (now known as Radio Liberty), under the guiding hand of the CIA’s Frank Wisner, funded numerous émigré ‘research institutes’ which, according to John Loftus [Unholy Trinity], were ‘little more than front groups for ex-Nazi intelligence officers’.” [See: The John Birch Society: The Knights of Malta] Descendant of Merovingian bloodline and a signatory of the Declaration of Arbroath, the Scottish Declaration of Independence of 1320. [See: British-Israelism] These signatories claim descent from the Israelites:
"Written in fluent Latin, the Declaration of Arbroath reads in English as follows: To the Most Holy Father in Christ and Lord, the Lord John, by divine providence Supreme Pontiff of the Holy Roman and Universal Church, his humble and devout sons Duncan, Earl of Fife, Thomas Randolph, Earl of Moray, Lord of Man and of Annandale, Patrick Dunbar, Earl of March, Malise, Earl of Strathearn, Macolm, Earl of Lennos, William, Earl of Ross, Magnus, Earl of Caithness and Orkney, and William, Earl of Sutherland; Walter, Stewart of Scotland, William Soules, Butler of Scotland, James, Lord of Douglas, Roger Mowbray, David, Lord of Brechin, David Graham, Ingram Umfraville, John Menteith, guardian of the earldom of Menteith, Alexander Fraser, Gilbert Hay, Constable of Scotland, Robert Keith, Marischal of Scotland, Henry St. Clair, John Graham, David Lindsay, William Oliphant, Patrick Graham, John Fenton, William Abernathy, David Wemyss, William Mushet, Fergus of Ardrossan, Eustace Maxwell, William Ramsay, William Mowat, Alan Murray, Donald Campbell, John Cameron, Reginald Cheyne, Alexander Seton, Andrew Leslie, and Alexander Straiton, and the other barons and freeholders and the whole community of the realm of Scotland send all manner of filial reverence, with devout kisses of his blessed feet.
"Most Holy Father and Lord, we know and from the chronicles and books of the ancients we find that among other famous nations our own, the Scots, has been graced with widespread renown. They journeyed from Greater Scythia by way of the Tyrrhenian Sea and the Pillars of Hercules, and dwelt for a long course of time in Spain among the most savage tribes, but nowhere could they be subdued by any race, however barbarous. Thence they came, twelve hundred years after the people of Israel crossed the Red Sea, to their home in the west where they still live today..."
See: The Merovingian Dynasty: Satanic Bloodline of the Antichrist
Dr. Raymond Moore - CNP Board of Governors (1982). Hewitt Research Foundation, awarded a grant $250,000 by the National Institute of Education (NIE) to do "A Study Which Compares the Academic and Behavioral Measures of the Home-taught Child with National Norms." Dr. Moore was an Adjunct Professor of "Early Childhood Education" (ECE) at NOVA University located in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. NOVA University is part of the South Florida Education Center - a "master plane" for an "Education Park" of four elementary schools, a junior high school, a high school, a junior college, and a full university. It is part of the public school system of Broward County (Fort Lauderdale), Florida, operated and financed in cooperation with various educational institutions and foundations... NOVA University is an INSTITUTIONAL MEMBER OF THE WORLD FUTURE SOCIETY! 63 [The Futurist, World Future Society, Dec. 1982, p. 66, as cited by Ron Miller in The Politics of Transformation]
Sam Moore - CNP President, Executive Committee (1984-85, 1988, 1996, 1998, 1999); Board of Governors (1996). CEO/President, Thomas Nelson Publishers, the largest and one of the oldest Bible publishers in the world and also a leading publisher of religious books. In 1982, they acquired Dodd Mead Co. of New York and Everest House.
In 1906, John Buchan of the Rhodes-Milner Round Table became a partner in the publishing firm of his old classmate Thomas A. Nelson which was located in Edinburgh, Scotland.
"Buchan was not a member of the inner core of the Milner Group, but was close to it and was rewarded in 1935 by being raised to a barony as Lord Tweedsmuir and sent to Canada as Governor-General. He is important because he is (with Lionel Curtis) one of the few members of the inner circles of the Milner Group who have written about it in a published work. In his autobiography, Pilgrim's Way, (Boston, 1940) he gives a brief outline of the personnel of the Kindergarten and their subsequent achievements, and a brilliant analysis of Milner himself...Buchan went to Brasenose College, but, as he says of himself, 'I lived a good deal at Balliol and my closest friends were of that college.' He mentions as his closest friends Hillaire Belloc,... T.A. Nelson,... Edward Wood (the future Lord Halifax)..."
"Buchan went to South Africa in 1901 on Milner's personal invitation, to be his private secretary, but stayed only two years... he left in 1903 to take an important position in Egypt. This appointment was mysteriously canceled...it is...likely that Milner changed his mind because of Buchan's rapidly declining enthusiasm for federation. This was a subject on which Milner and other members of his Group were adamant for many years. By 1915 most members of the Group began to believe that federation was impossible, and, as a compromise took what we know now as the Commonwealth of Nations -- that is, a group of nations joined together by common ideals and allegiances rather than a fixed political organization...The present Commonwealth is in reality the compromises worked out when the details of the Milner Group clashed with the reality of political forces.As a result of Buchan's failure to obtain the appointment of Egypt, he continued to practice law in London for three years, finally abandoning it to become a partner in the publishing firm of classmate Thomas A. Nelson (1906-1916)." [Quigley: 56-8]
Thomas Nelson debut the New Testament of the Revised Standard Version (RSV) in 1946. In 1976, Nelson Publisher initiated the New King James Version. Two meetings of the North American Overview Committee met at Nashville and Chicago in 1975 to assist in preparing guidelines for the NKJV. Members of that committee and a Nashville Convocation of 1984 included the following CNP/Religious Roundtable members: Tim LaHaye, D. James Kennedy, Jerry Falwell, Ben Hayden, Mary Crowley, W.A. Criswell, E.V. Hill, Henry Morris, Bill Bright and Charles Stanley.
Charles Moore - CNP Membership Directory (1984-85]. Vice President of Thomas Nelson. Brother of Sam Moore, President of Thomas Nelson Publishers. [Rhodes-Milner Round Table: Thomas Nelson]
Dr. Henry M. Morris- CNP Board of Governors (1982). Director for the Institute of Creation Research and closely associated with the Creation Research Society. [Miller 6] Member of the New King James Version Translation Committee. Promotes the False Gospel in the Stars theory in his book, The Long War Against God (pp. 265-269).
THE COUNCIL FOR NATIONAL POLICY
Past/Present Officers & Prominent Member Profiles
Part III ~ N - Z
Don Nickles - U.S. Senate (R-OK). CNP Board of Governors (1982). Chairman of the Subcommittee on Government Procurement. [Miller 6] Sponsored the International Religious Freedom Act (S-1868) [formerly the Freedom from Religious Persecution Act (HR 2431), "A Bill to Provide For The Office Of Religious Persecution Monitoring and to Provide for the Imposition of Sanctions against Countries Engaged in patterns of Religious Persecution and for Other Purposes." The International Religious Freedom Act has created a federal commission to monitor religion chaired by former World Vision President, Robert Seiple, as presidentially- appointed Ambassador at Large on International Religious Freedom and Special Adviser to the President on Religious Persecution. In determining violations, the commission will rely on the United Nations' covenants and recognize the authority of the International Criminal Court. [The Helsinki Commission]
David A. Noebel - CNP 1984, 1988, 1996, 1998; president, Summit Ministries; author, Understanding the Times: The Story of the Biblical Christian; Marxist/Leninist and Secular Humanist Worldviews; Rhythm, Riots and Revolution; The Marxist Minstrels; The Slaughter of the Innocent; The Homosexual Revolution: A Look at the Preachers and Politicians Behind It; The Legacy of John Lennon; and AIDS, A Special Report; editor, Summit Journal; former candidate for Congress against U.S. Rep Robert Kastenmeier, Wisconsin; former Associate Evangelist of Billy James Hargis' Christian Crusade. Member of The Interfaith Council for Environmental Stewardship (ICES) and signer of Cornwall Declaration. ICES is an organization that aims to graft dominion theology onto conservative environmentalism. The Cornwall Declaration on Environmental Stewardship is an environmental Evangelicals and Catholics Together document signed by many of the signatories of ECT I and ECT II. Signed by Evangelicals, Catholics and Jews, the Cornwall Document is an environmental statement of faith uniting these religions on the issue of environmentalism.
"Board Members of the Council for National Policy...David Noebel is now with Summit Ministries and was a former Associate Evangelist of Billy James Hargis' Christian Crusade." [Bellant, CC, p. 39]
"...Dr. Billy James Hargis is Founder and Director of the Christian Crusade Ministries (Church of the Christian Crusade, Inc., Billy James Hargis Evangelistic Association, Inc.), an international Christian ministry dedicated to the fight "for Christ" and against godless Communism....He is credited, along with his friend for over 30 years, Dr. Carl McIntyre, as having given birth to the "Christian Right" and bringing back "Christian Fundamentalism" to America at the close of World War II." ("The Sins of Billy James" Time Magazine, Feb. 16, 1967, p. 52)
"[Hargis] often preached against communism, pornography, homosexuality and sexual indiscretion, and modernism in religion...in 1970, he founded American Christian College to teach 'anti-Communist patriotic Americanism.'...Controversy engulfed Hargis when, in 1974, several students from his college accused him of sexual misconduct. Confronted by other leaders of the college, Hargis retired from public life...Without Hargis' fundraising abilities, American Christian College closed in 1977...American Christian College could not survive the scandal and departure of Hargis." [Twentieth-Century Shapers of American Popular Religion, John Charles H. Lippy, ed., Greenwood Press, 1989, pp. 193-195]
Summit Ministries January 1999 newsletter from headquarters in Manitou Springs, CO. On the envelop the logo is a circle with a mountain top and the sun peeking over the mountain. Inside on a color brochure the logo is a red triangle with a cross superimposed on it which looks like a pyramid with the capstone hovering over it and a line dissecting both cap and base vertically. Inside the brochure are 3 upside down triangles scattered across the page. Summit Ministries is a youth organization equipping servant leaders in worldview analysis, training champions of the Christian faith, and inspiring them to love God with all their hearts and minds. They plan to have study materials for students K-college. In 1991 Summit published a 912-page textbook called Understanding the Times: The Religious Worldviews of our Day and the Search for Truth which became the primary source for Summit's Sr. High curriculum presently used in over 850 Christian high schools and many home school programs. The book was shortened to 430 pages for the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) and became the basis for their LIGHTBEARER'S Jr. High Curriculum. Also Summit is writing a K-6 grade curriculum and Moody Bible College is writing an extension program based on their 912 page textbook. Summit has 2-week camps in summer for older kids and one-week camps for younger kids. They have a monthly newsletter for families. Noebel also edits the Schwarz Report which keeps special track of the Marxist/Leninist worldview. Summit also has adult conferences held at the Navigator's campus in Colorado Springs and seminars around the country. The Summit appeal quotes James Dobson: "I consider Summit Ministries to be one of the very best resources available, and I don't say that lightly." Also D. James Kennedy: "The Summit provides a solid spiritual foundation to help keep your child's faith secure when the storms of godlessness and unbelief confront him." The color brochure has more endorsements including one by Michael Farris and states that Summit Ministries has existed since 1962.
Grover Norquist - President, Americans for Tax Reform; president, Americans Against a National Sales Tax; national leader of the "No New Taxes" pledge for political candidates; economist and chief speechwriter, U.S. Chamber of Commerce 1983-1984; economic advisor to Jonas Savimbi, UNITA; B.A., Harvard College 1974-1978; M.B.A., Harvard Business School 1979-1981. Washington, D.C. Norquist is also a lobbyist for Microsoft, whose CEO is Bill Gates, who recently donated $1 billion to the United Nations for its population control agenda. Norquist was the keynote speaker at the 1995 National Conference on School Choice:
"Among the speakers featured at the 1995 conference was Patricia Lines, Senior Research Analyst of the U.S. Department of Education and one of the Nation's top experts on the related issues of school choice, charter schools and home schooling. (7) Patricia Lines is/was also a Senior Fellow at Seattle's Discovery Institute. Paul Hill of the RAND Corporation/ University of Washington, and Connie Koprowicz, the charter school expert from the National Conference of State Legislatures [NCSL], added to the choice/charter school dialogue. Koprowicz would later return to Washington state from the NCSL Colorado headquarters to offer her services to the legislators as a neutral consultant-resource on charter schools at the legislative hearing on the Spady initiative. Below is a partial listing of other organizations represented at the National Conference on School Choice: (8)
"Family Research Council represented by Robert Morrison (FRC being the D.C. 'political arm' of Dobson's Fo-cus on the Family);...PAVE, represented by Dan McKinley who ties into Milwaukee�s privately funded voucher effort; Vaughn Next Century Learning Center represented by Dr. Yvonne Chan, whose highly ac-claimed school receives additional GOALS 2000 money. On November 20, 1997, Dr. Chan appeared at the Manhattan Institute's CCI* Public Charter Schools Forum sponsored by The Citicorp Foundation. (9) The Vaughn Charter School was also used as an example of a high-success charter school in the 1996 Focus on the Family radio broadcast where James Dobson interviewed NCSL's Connie Koprowicz on Charter Schools; again casting charter schools in a most favorable light." [Charter Schools & GOALS 2000]
Dr. Gary North - CNP Board of Governors (1982). President of the Institute for Christian Economics and publisher of Christian Reconstruction. [Miller 6] Member of the Council of 56 of the Religious Roundtable. Y2K alarmist extraordinaire per Gary North's Y2K Links and Forums.
Lt. Col. Oliver North - CNP Executive Committee (1994); Board of Governors (1996); CNP Membership Roster (1984-85).
[CIA assassinations manager Felix I.] Rodriguez followed his CIA boss Ted Shackley to Southeast Asia in 1970. Shackley and Donald Gregg put Rodriguez into the huge assassination and dope business which Shackley and his colleagues ran during the Indochina war; this bunch became the heart of the "Enterprise'' that went into action 15 to 20 years later in Iran- Contra. Shackley funded opium-growing Meo tribesmen in murder, and used the dope proceeds in turn to fund his hit squads. He formed the Military Assistance Group-Special Operations Group (MAG-SOG) political murder unit; Gen. John K. Singlaub was a commander of MAG-SOG; Oliver North and Richard Secord were officers of the unit. By 1971, the Shackley group had killed about 100,000 civilians in Southeast Asia as part of the CIA's Operation Phoenix. [Chaitkin]
In 1984, Singlaub headed a Pentagon panel called to make recommendations on conducting military activities in Central America. The panel's report urged the U.S. to emphasize nonconventional, counterinsurgency warfare strategies.(9,10) Under the Reagan administration, Singlaub received assistance and guidance from White House and National Security Council (NSC) officials for his "private" contra-supply activities. He identified former NSC aide Oliver North as his liaison to the White House... A diagram found in Oliver North's safe showed [Western Goals executive director] Linda Guell's name written above the words "Western Goals." The note on the diagram said that Guell worked with CAUSA (a political arm of the Unification Church) and its head, Bo Hi Pak, and made trips to Germany and South Korea. The word "money" was written over Guell's name, with an arrow pointing to Rob Owen, North's courier to the contras. Arrows were also drawn from Owen's name to Guell's and from Andy Messing -- a private contra supporter and head of the National Defense Council Foundation -- to Western Goals. The diagram was drawn at the bottom of a letter from Fawn Hall to "Phil [Mabry] and Randy," dated April 18, 1985.(4,20) Guell is now working with John Singlaub at the Singlaub Freedom Foundation... [IRC:WGF]
J. Peter Grace's AmeriCares, with the help of Friends of the Democratic Center in Central America (Prodemca), conducted an advertising campaign in the U.S. on behalf of La Prensa. The ads for La Prensa solicited funds from the public to pay for the shipment of newsprint to Nicaragua.(28) Prodemca was a neoconservative group that provided U.S. government grants to La Prensa and sponsored pro-contra aid ads in U.S. newspapers using funds from Oliver North's secret aid network. [Baigent:361]
Dr. Paige Patterson- CNP Board of Governors (1982). President of the Crisswell Center for Biblical Studies, Associate Pastor of the First Baptist Church of Dallas, Texas, and Chairman of the Transnational Association of Christian Schools. [Miller 6] President of Southern Baptist Convention; President of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, Wake Forest, N.C.
Robert J. Perry - CNP Board of Governors (1982); CNP V.P. Executive Committee (1984-85). President of Perry-Houston Interests, Inc., a member of the Board of Directors of the Houston, Texas Chamber of Commerce. [Miller 6]
Howard Phillips - CNP Board of Governors (1982); CNP Executive Committee (1984-85; 1988; 1994; 1996). Proposed the name of Young Americans for Freedom and served on its board of directors. Appointed many YAF members while acting director of the Office of Economic Opportunity under Richard Nixon. In 1975, at the direction of 33º Mason Jesse Helms on whose staff he served, Phillips founded The Conservative Caucus (TCC), a leading right-wing lobby group. TCC has an interlocking directorate (Phillips served on advisory board) with the United States Council for World Freedom (USCWF) of the World Anti-Communist League, a multinational network of Nazi war criminals, Latin American death squad leaders and North American neo-fascists. Officials of TCC were instrumental in the campaign to make death squads of Central America acceptable to American public in early 1980s and also allied with white supremacist elements in South Africa. As TCC national director, Phillips boasted, " we organize discontent" and "must prove our ability to get revenge on people who go against us." TCC links to the elite Catholic Tradition, Family & Property (TFP).
In 1976 Phillips, Paul Weyrich and Richard Viguerie attempted to take over racist American Independent Party. In 1979, formed the Moral Majority with Weyrich, Viguerie, Ed McAteer and Jerry Falwell. Phillips saw "a tremendous untapped resource among fundamentalists" and suggested the name Moral Majority as "a continuing effort to get together people of diverse faiths." U. S. Taxpayers Party presidential candidate in 1996. Another Conservative Caucus board member and funder is Richard Shoff, former Grand Kilgrapp of the Indiana Ku Klux Klan. [Young 110-11, 114; Anderson 158; Bellant (CC) 27, 54; Saloma 46]
William M. Polk - CNP Board of Governors (1982). Speaker of the Washington State House of Representatives in 1981, and a member of the Board of Directors of the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC). [Miller 6]
Lawrence D. "Larry" Pratt- CNP Membership Roster (1984-85; 1988; 1996; 1998). president of Gun Owners of America (GOA); Co-chair of Pat Buchanan's 1996 campaign; Formerly a board member of the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC), founded by Paul Weyrich. Under the auspices of CIS, Pratt was president of the racist, anti-immigration English First. [Project Megiddo: Pratt House].
Pratt addressed the 1992 "Christian Men's Meeting," organized by notorious Christian Identity racist, Pete Peters, is an established fact. That Pratt shared the platform with Aryan Nations fuhrer Richard Butler and "former" Klan "Grand Dragon," Louis Beam, the neo-Nazi architect of "leaderless resistance," is incontestable. That he gave a speech at the 1993 Jubilation Conference in Sacramento, California, an annual gathering of far-rightists' sponsored by the anti-Semitic publisher of Jubilee, the flagship tabloid of the Christian Identity movement, is true and has been accurately reported by the bourgeois press. What should be of equal concern to the media is information about Mr. Pratt which is far more damaging -- his close collaboration over a 20 year period with an international network of war criminals, neo-Nazi terrorists, and the organizers of Asian, European and Latin American death squads...
Larry Pratt was Secretary of the Council for Inter-American Security...[which] served both as an intelligence conduit from "private" sources such as the American Security Council and CAUSA, and as an informal employment agency which provided analysts to the Reagan administration at the inception of Washington's murderous counter-insurgency wars in Central America. As CIS secretary, Larry Pratt was a well-placed "asset" in his own right, serving as a link between the public policy/research arms of the organization, the interventionist wing of the theocratic Christian Right and as an "informal" public relations spokesperson for Washington's Central American agenda via Gun Owners of America and the CIS-affiliated, North- South Institute. But in order to fully appreciate the sinister nature of the Council for Inter-American Security, Pratt's involvement and his broader links to international fascist networks, there is another organization, also little explored by "mainstream" media, which deserves our attention, the World Anti-Communist League.
[CIS] functioned in a dual-capacity; as an alarmist "public policy institute" and as a domestic spy ring, a "privatized" version of the FBI's infamous COINTELPRO operations. Having staked-out Latin America as their geopolitical niche, CIS targeted Central America solidarity activists, progressive clergy, and the Salvadoran exile community. The group gathered intelligence and disseminated disinformation, funneling data on foreign policy opponents to the FBI and the intelligence service of the Salvadoran death squad state...In 1980, they published the influential A New Inter-American Policy for the Eighties, generally known as the "Santa Fe Document."
Pratt would use his skills as a propagandist and his position as president of Gun Owners of America, to launch a new campaign - to make English the official language of the United States... Under the auspices of CIS, [Larry] Pratt was the president of a racist, anti-immigration outfit, English First. Officers of Pratt's group are also leaders of the alarmist, United States Border Control (USBC). [A Small Circle of Friends]
Larry Pratt served as an executive in Howard Phillips' U.S. Taxpayers Party. “At its 1994 convention, USTP sold a paramilitary manual entitled 'Principles Justifying the Arming and Organizing of a Militia'... In short, it is a manual that prepares the recruit for underground war.” Imagine the irony of Howard Phillips, a Jew, handing out warfare manuals to anti-Semitic militias. Furthermore, “It was at Estes Park, that Pratt spoke to the assembled fanatics and convinced them that the armed vigilante death squads that had worked their poison in Central America and in the Philippines, could become the model for an armed militia movement within the United States.” [A Blueprint for Death Squads in North America]
Judge Paul Pressler - CNP President Executive Committee (1988-90, 1994).
Jim Price - CNP Board of Governors (1996).
Ed Prince - CNP Vice-President (1988); Executive Committee (1994). In 1997, helped to provide funding for a new headquarters for the Family Research Council in Washington, D.C.
Elsa Prince - CNP Board of Governors (1996). Family Research Council Board of Directors. Focus on the Family Board of Directors.
Dr. Charles E. Rice - CNP Board of Governors (1982). Long active in "Establishment Networks", associated with the American Conservative Union, the American-African Affairs Association, the Citizens Legal Defense Fund for the FBI, Ad Hoc, and Catholics United for the Faith. [Miller 6] Member of the Editorial Board of the New American/John Birch Society.
H.L. "Bill" Richardson - CNP Board of Governors (1982). State Senator of California. Former Chairman of the California Senate Republican Caucus, President of Gun Owners of America, and author of Slightly To The Right. [Miller 6]
Former California State Senator, Bill Richardson, founder of the GOA, endorsed and supported anti-gunner Robert O. Anderson for a position in the NRA back in the '70s. Robert O. Anderson is (or was at that time) associated with the Committee on Economic Development (CED). The CED was established and is controlled by the Council on Foreign Relations. Anderson is/was also associated with the Aspen Institute of Humanistic Studies. Anderson is currently a member of the Council on Foreign Relations. Question: Why would Richardson, founder of GOA, an organization which claims to be pro-gun, pro-2nd Amendment, be closely tied to an anti-gun establishment man? According to a legislative assistant in Washington State, Richardson wrote a book titled, "So You Think We Read the Bills" which was apparently meant to be a humorous admission that State Legislators don't read the bills on which they vote. [Project Megiddo: Pratt House]
Rich Riddle - CNP Board of Governors (1996).
Dr. "M.G." Pat Robertson - CNP Board of Governors (1982); CNP Executive Committee (1985-86). President of the Christian Broadcasting Network (CBN), host of the famous "The 700 Club", and founder of CBN University. [Miller 5]
Anton Chaitkin's British Subversion of America: Militias and Pentecostalism mentions Pat Robertson's descent also from Winston Churchill, who was a member of the Ancient Order of Druids. "Observe the Pat Robertson empire. Robertson writes that his family's aristocratic lineage, linking it to the British Churchill family, gave his mother, Gladys Churchill Robertson, confidence that Pat would succeed. His father, Sen. A. Willis Robertson, was London's and Wall Street's chairman of the Senate Finance Committee."
"After 1900, the Harrimans--the family that gave the Prescott Bush family its start--along with the Rockefellers funded more than $11 million to create a eugenics research laboratory at Cold Spring Harbor, New York, as well as Eugenics studies at Harvard, Columbia, and Cornell. The first International Congress of Eugenics was convened in London in 1912, with Winston Churchill as a director. Obviously, the concept of 'bloodlines' was highly significant to these people. [Marrs 48]
Pat Robertson's religious profiteering is legendary, from his use of Operation Blessing airplanes to transport equipment to his diamond mine in the Congo, to support for violent dictators such as President Mobuto of Zaire and Rios Montt of Guatemala, to the sale of his Family Channel to Rupert Murdoch for $1.9 billion. The latest capitalist venture on the money trail of Pat Robertson was the reinvestment of his profit from selling the Family Channel in an aborted deal with the Bank of Scotland to make use of his financial services company to enter the American market. [IFAS]
Prior to his career as a televangelist, Pat Robertson worked for two years as financial analyst and management trainee at W.R. Grace Co., which employed émigré Nazis after WWII. Robertson was also godfather of the child of company president J. Peter Grace, who was head of the Knights of Malta in the United States and a key figure in the CIA's Operation Paperclip to remove classified information from dossiers on Nazi war criminals.
A recent 700 Club Program promoted "HANG 10" -- a new movement in which American Christians are urged to "take America back" by hanging the 10 Commandments in public schools in violation of Supreme Court rulings. In Kentucky, voters will conduct a referendum on this issue and one Kentucky Christian claims that "Hang 10" will inaugurate a new move of God: "This is the beginning of something that's bigger than Kentucky. I think it's bigger than this country. And I believe it's God. I believe we are only seeing the tip of the iceberg of what God is getting ready to do." Pat Robertson believes God is using Christians to start another American Revolution: "We had a war in 1776 that set us free from the shackles of the arbitrary rule of the British crown . . . And I think the time has come that we do that." [Robertson Urges Revolt, Tells Viewers: 'Throw Off the Shackles' of the Courts; Project Megiddo & The Next Revolution]
James Robison - CNP Board of Governors (1982). Head of the James Robison Evangelistic Association and a member of the Vice President of the Religious Roundtable Council of 56 (1986); . [Miller 5]
Kathleen Teague Rothschild - CNP Board of Governors (1982). Chairman of the Board of the Free Congress Research and Education Foundation. Teague is also Executive Director of the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC). A recent brochure describes ALEC, as follows: ...REAGAN AND ALEC "OLD PARTNERS in the NEW FEDERALISM"...! [Miller 4] For many years... on the Advisory Board of the U.S. Council for World Freedom, which is the U.S. branch of the World Anti-Communist League (WACL), home for many fascists and neo-Nazis. The U.S. branch brought these elements to the U.S. for WACL's annual meetings in 1984 and 1985. Included was a delegate [Yves Gignac] who served five years in prison for attempting to assassinate Charles DeGaulle, persons who led Nazi SS units or cooaborationist puppet governments during World War II, and architects of mass murder in Latin America. Those meetings served to build support for the FDN Contras as well as UNITA and RENAMO, both allies of South Africa. The U.S. branch, led by Major General John Singlaub, also has had racists, anti-Semites and at least one member of a Nazi collaborationist organization on its board. [Bellant (CC); Anderson 256-7, 270; IRC:USCWF]
Howard J. Ruff - CNP Board of Governors (1982). Chairman of TARGET, Inc. and Host of "Ruff House". [Miller 6] The Mormon investment counselor who was advising people to buy silver when the Hunt Brothers had upped the price per ounce to about $16 in the 1970s.
Rev. R. J. Rushdoony- CNP Board of Governors (1982). Author; President of Chalcedon Foundation. [Miller 6]
Chalcedon Foundation, a Reconstructionist think tank that is funded by millionaire California banker Howard Ahmanson. About 400 theologians, artists, writers, economists and politicians attended the Chalcedon foundation's conference, The Committee for Biblical Principles in Government held in November of 1997 in Sacramento, California.
Dr. Rousas J. Rushdoony is considered to be the modern patriarch of the Christian Reconstruction Movement. Chalcedon promotes the erroneous concept of Christian foundations of the United States government and the Christian duty to reclaim America. The Reconstructionist Creed appears on the Chalcedon website. Chalcedon web pages include "Christianity Persecuted, Christianity Victorious" with numerous articles on the persecuted church and the responsibility of Christians to demand that governments put an end to persecution of the Church. Among these articles are those of Peter Hammond of Front Line Fellowship and Voice of the Martyrs, ministry of Richard Wurmbrand, former minister/prisoner from Rumania.
Chalcedon helped to found the Rutherford Institute which, under the leadership of John Whitehead (CNP), defends religious organizations and persons (including the Church of Scientology) being prosecuted by local, state or federal authorities. According to the Rutherford Institute, the organization "derives its name from Samuel Rutherford, a 17th century Scottish intellectual who resisted the idea of the divine right of kings. In his book, Lex Rex, Rutherford argues that all people are subject to a higher law, or God's law�including the king. This same premise, that leaders are responsible to a law apart from and higher than themselves, was central to the formation of the United States government."
Peter Hammond, the director of Front Line Fellowship, is affiliated with R. J. Rushdoony's Chalcedon. General Benton Partin is a founder and board member of the Front Line Fellowship, which is a group of commando-missionaries taking active part in the war against Sudan and other African states viewed as enemies of the British Crown. The Fellowship members are former "scouts" of the South African Army. Partin describes his partner, Fellowship leader Peter Hammond, as a "former South African army and government officer."
The political intelligence group known as the Mount Rushmore Foundation..."studies the Patriot movement,' and "participates in it."...Rushmore Foundation board member Gen. Benton Partin, U.S. Air Force (ret.), is an expert in high-explosive devices, including nuclear weapons. Partin has received extensive news media coverage for his critical analysis of the Oklahoma City bombing: he has made an apparently reasonable case, that it would have been technically impossible for Timothy McVeigh to have done it acting alone. Less well known is General Partin's sponsorship of an ongoing, catastrophic shooting war in Africa, which lends a more sinister character to his hatred of the United States government.
That General Partin's "Christian" organization is at heart merely the British military irregulars, who are generally incinerating Africa to recognize it, may be judged from the Fellowship's book. Faith Under Fire in Sudan. Chapter Three is a celebration of Charles "Chinese" Gordon, who led British regulars in a war in China against the uprising of a British organized pseudo-Protestant cult. After 20 million Chinese died in this game, Gordon was sent to try to subdue Sudan as Britain's governor, but he died, defeated at the hands of Sudanese nationalist forces. Chinese Gordon was not a drunken homosexual pederast, Partin's group says, but Britain's Christian model for us to follow into war. [British Subversion of America: Militias and Pentecostalism]
William Rusher - CNP Board of Governors (1982). In 1955, William F. Buckley, Jr. (CFR), founded the National Review with William Rusher as publisher. Rusher and F. Clifton White, having cut their political teeth in the Young Republican National Federation ("the powerful and shadowy YRNF 'syndicate'"), became the political strategists of the ideologically distinct conservative movement that gained organizational control of the Republican Party in 1964...In 1961, Richard Viguerie answered an ad in National Review for a political organizer and was hired by Rusher as YAF's executive secretary. [Saloma: 39,40]
Publisher of the National Review, a member of the previously mentioned "Alternatives to the New York Times Committee", a regular on the "Good Morning America" Television program, long active in "Establishment Networks", such as: the American Conservative Union, the American-African Affairs Association, American Committee for Aid to Katanga Freedom Fighters, Citizens Legal Defense Fund for the FBI, Ad Hoc, Committee on Conservative Alternatives, HUMAN EVENTS, and Young Americas Foundation - the tax-exempt arm of (JBS) Young Americans for Freedom (YAF). Rusher, has also been a contributor to the Unification Church run Washington Times. [Miller 6]
Phyllis Schlafly - CNP Board of Governors (1982). Schlafly is Chairman of the CNP "Family" Committee, is the National Chairman of "Stop ERA" and National President of "Eagle Forum". Schlafly graduated from Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri in 1944. She received her Masters Degree from Harvard university in 1945, and her Law Degree from Harvard University Law School in 1978. She is a member of the Illinois Bar Association, a syndicated columnist with Copley News Service, and has been author of the Phyllis Schlafly Report since 1967. In addition, Schlafly is the author of some nine books - the more famous being A Choice Not An Echo in 1964. The Gravediggers, also in 1964, and Strike From Space in 1965. The latter two were co-authored by Rear Admiral Chester Ward (Ret.) - for 16 years a member of the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR)! 85. Schlafly has also been long active in Republican Party circles, having been a delegate or alternate to five National Conventions. She served as President of the Illinois Federation of Republican Women (1960-64), first Vice-President of the National Federation of Republican Women from 1964 until 1967.
She held National Chairmanships in various sections of the Daughters of the American Revolution, is a member of the Illinois Commission on the Status of Women, a Commentator on the CBS "Spectrum Series" from 1973 through 1978, a member of the American Committee to Free Cuba, Co-chairman of Americans for Law and Order, a member of the Charter Subscription List (CSL) of HUMAN EVENTS, associated with the Citizens Legal Defense Fund for the FBI, Ad Hoc, and the Committee on Conservative Alternatives. 86. Schlafly is a member of President Reagan's Defense Policy Advisory Group and in that position is a leading advocate of "HIGH FRONTIER" technology (i.e., a system of orbiting "space platforms") - the brainchild of Lt. Gen. Daniel O. Graham of the CNP! Schlafly has been the recipient of numerous awards - the most noteworthy being: "honor medals" from the Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge; "Women of Achievement" from the CFR-run St. Louis Globe-Democrat in 1963; the "Brotherhood Award" of the National Conference of Christian and Jews (NCCJ), in 1975; the "Distinguished Career Award" of the Harvard University Business School in 1979; and lastly, she is a "wearer" of the Phi Beta Kappa "Key". [Miller 7]
NOTE: Eagle Forum is an NGO in Special Consultative Status with United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC). [UN/NGO Database]
Schlafly belongs to the Merovingian Bloodline which claims direct descent from Jesus Christ. [See: The Rosicrucian Connection] Prior to her marriage to Fred Schlafly, Phyllis Schlafly was Phyllis Bruce Stewart, making her a blueblood of both the Bruce and Stewart lineages. Phyllis Schlafly's genealogy appears in the Parson's Technology Genealogy Online:
8703. Phyllis Bruce STEWART(15) was born on 15 Aug 1924 in ST. LOUIS, MO..(15) She resided Fairmount in ALTON, IL..(15) She received a degree in Bach. of Arts, Washington Univ in ST. LOUIS, MO.. (15) She received a degree in Master of Arts, Harvard Univ.. (15) Very active in all levels of political life and womens rights. Author of many books concerning National defense. She was married to John Frederic SCHLAFLY II (son of John Frederic SCHLAFLY I and Eleanor LYONS) on 30 Oct 1949 in ST. LOUIS, MO..(15) John Frederic SCHLAFLY II was an Attorney in ST. LOUIS, MO... (15)
Lynda Scribante - CNP Board of Governors (1996).
Ron Seeley - CNP Board of Governors (1996).
Jay A. Sekulow - CNP Membership Roster (1996, 1998, 1999). Chief Counsel, American Center for Law and Justice. Former Executive Director of the American Center for Law and Justice was Keith A. Fournier, a Deacon in the Roman Catholic Church who is now President of Catholic Alliance, whose purpose is to organize Catholics politically and "spreading the message of our shared Catholic faith."
[Jew's for Jesus'] tactics are headstrong (sometimes confrontational) and evangelistic in nature; they are most famous for their "campaigns," during which they go out on the streets of major cities such as New York and distribute millions of "broadsides" (folded-over humorous tracts presenting the gospel in a Jewish manner). They also work in airports; in 1987, they won a unanimous Supreme Court decision protecting their First Amendment rights to distribute literature in government-run airports (the case was argued for JFJ by Jay Sekulow, who now heads the American Center for Law and Justice [ACLJ] in Virginia Beach, Virginia). [Wm. Greene, Ascendance of Messianic Judaism]
Hans Sennholz - CNP Board of Governors; CNP Membership Roster (1984-85, 1988, 1996, 1998) Professor of Economics, Grove City College; author of Age of Inflation, Death and Taxes; Chairman, Foundation for Economic Education; V.P. Committee for Monetary Research and Eduction; Director Center for Futures Education. Dr. Sennholz was a decorated pilot in the Luftwaffe, Adolf Hitler's elite air corps. [IRC: Western Goals Foundation; Ethnic News Watch]
Beurt SerVaas - CNP Membership Roster (1984-85, 1988, 1996). Hudson Institute Board of Trustees. Officer, OSS/CIA (1941-45). Board Member, Robert Schuller Ministries.
[The Kennedy] family has been linked by rumor and by White House intelligence reports to a number of private detective agencies, including... International Investigators Incorporated. Chartered in Indianapolis, Indiana, its home office was referred to as Five Eyes. The firm's formal incorporation took place on October 3, 1966. But the files in the Indiana Secretary of State's office show that, more than five years earlier, three retiring FBI agents were granted licenses to work on private investigators for International Investigators, Inc. This seems strange in view of the fact that in February, 1961, when the licenses were granted, the firm had no legal existence...Within two years the still imaginary firm expanded throughout the Midwest, opening offices in Chicago, Detroit, Louisville, Nashville, Memphis, and Minneapolis -- coincidentally including a great deal of wiretapping. In 1965 the firm was taken over by a mysterious former CIA officer named Beurt Ser Vaas (later to become owner and publisher of the Saturday Evening Post). By this time the branch offices were deemed unnecessary (perhaps because Hoffa's legal situation had moved beyond the investigative stage toe that of an appeals phase). Nevertheless, Ser Vaas added six new investigators to his Indianapolis staff, making each of them a director; of these at least three had come from the FBI. [The International Investigators, Inc.] was a top-secret private intelligence agency with contracts from the CIA, IRS, and other government agencies...its employees were said to identify themselves by means of "doodlegrams", casual scribblings that usually included a ...pentagram...
The pattern that emerges from a study of Robert Kennedy's relationship to Hoffa, Spindel, the CIA, and the press is one in which illicit electronic eavesdropping and surveillance carried out by private apparats is everywhere alleged. If there is any consistent thread running through it all, it is the Kennedy's reliance upon intelligence community veterans, most notably those from the National Security Council Agency (NSA)... The obvious illegality of such wiretaps and the invasions of privacy they entail are clear. But what is even more threatening is the general practice of "subcontracting" illegal government operations to private firms secretly supported by private monies. Under the protection of the Attorney General or the President, but not directly in their employ, private apparats have virtual carte blanche and needn't consider constitutional niceties. They're simultaneously immune to both prosecution for misdeeds and to the ordinary constraints of the marketplace. Unlike federal agencies, which tend to resist demagoguery by virtue of an entrenched bipartisanship, private intelligence agencies in the employ of a powerful politician are beyond the control of all but their creator. And because their work is done for a single man or clique, with virtually no institutional or legal restraint beyone the dictum "Don't get caught," it cannot be said that their work is "in the public interest." [Hougan: 123-32]
In 1986, South Africa's Department of Information (DOI) authorized expenditures of $73 million for more than 160 secret projects to buy politicians and media favorable to the apartheid state. [National Reporter, Winter 1985] Rev. Moon's Washington Times was one of the beneficiaries - approximately $4.5 million was funneled to Moon's overseas enterprises. The South African government bought substantial interest in a chain of more than sixty newspapers in the U.S.; Saturday Evening Post publisher Beurt SerVaas accepted gifts and business deals from Pretoria; and more than two hundred U.S. journalists toured South Africa on all-expense paid trips. [Covert Action Information Bulletin 27:24]
Frank Shakespeare - Council for National Policy Membership Roster (1988). Knight of the Sovereign Military Order of Malta. Director, U.S. Information Agency director; Director of Radio Free Europe and Radio Liberty. During the Reagan administration he served as Ambassador to Portugal from 1985 to 1987, and then as Ambassador to the Vatican; Chairman, The Heritage Foundation; has served in executive positions in the communications industry for more than 30 years; former president, CBS Television Services. [National Catholic Reporter; Lernoux]
Radio Liberty and Radio Free Europe were fronts for the Nazi/Knights of Malta network that had been established by Reinhard Gehlen, Hitler's espionage officer against Russia, and funded by the CIA. Knight of Malta, James Buckley, was head of U.S. propaganda against Eastern Europe at Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty during the Reagan Administration. J. Peter Grace, head of SMOM in the U.S. was associated with Radio Liberty and Radio Free Europe prior to 1971. Under the supervision of Grace and other prominent figures, Radio Liberty functioned as a front for ex-Nazis:
"In 1950, the American Committee for Liberation from Bolshevism was created. The trustees included J. Peter Grace, Charles Edison, William Henry Chamberlain, H.J. Heinz II, Isaac Don Levine, and Eugene Lyons. The Committee (now known as Radio Liberty), under the guiding hand of the CIA's Frank Wisner, funded numerous emigre "research institutes'' which, according to John Loftus [see UNHOLY TRINITY], were "little more than front groups for ex-Nazi intelligence officers.'' [Covert Action Information Bulletin]
Richard Shoff - CNP Board of Governors (1982). Former Grand Kilgrapp (state secretary) and funder of the Indiana Ku Klux Klan. Financial supporter of High Frontier, a Star Wars group allied with Elizabeth Clare Prophet's Church Universal and Triumphant. Served on board of Jesse Helms' Coalition for Freedom which receives funding from the Pioneer Fund which funds racialist research. Funds and served on board of directors of the Conservative Caucus. [Bellant (CC) 38, 54]
"Another Conservative Caucus board member and funder is Richard Shoff, a North Carolina businessman whose questionable business practices have brought him the attention of local newspapers, trade associations, and the Better Business Bureau. Shoff has also been involved in a number of lawsuits while running sales operations in Indiana and selling log homes from his company, Lincoln Log Homes, in North Carolina. In the early 1970's, he was the Grand Kilgrapp (state secretary0 of the Indiana Ku Klux Klan. Indianapolis police told a reporter that KKK cross burnings were held on Shoff's property during Klan rallies which were hosted by Shoff. According to the head of the Indiana KKK, Shoff was also a generous funder of Klan activities. Shoff claims he has left the Ku Klux Klan in 1973.
"Shoff is also on the board of Coalition for Freedom, a Jesse Helms group that receives funding from the Pioneer Fund which funds racialist research. Shoff is one of a number of TCC [The Conservative Caucus] leaders who are also members of the Council for National Policy. Other Conservative Caucus supporters and leaders who are also members or leaders of the Council for National Policy include Amway leader Richard DeVos, Louis Jenkins, and Robert H. Krieble, John D. Beckett, and Joe and Holly Coors." [Bellant (CC) 54]
Major General John K. Singlaub(ret.)- CNP Board of Governors (1981); CNP Membership Roster (1981-98). CIA deputy chief in South Korea during the Korean War and served for two years in Vietnam during the 1960s. At that time, he was commander of the Joint Unconventional Warfare Task Force, known as MACSOG. In that role, he was one of the commanders of Operation Phoenix, although he denies having had a part in that program's infamous assassination and counterterror aspects. In 1978, as chief of staff of the United Nations Command in South Korea, he publicly condemned the decision of President Jimmy Carter to reduce the number of U.S. troops in the country. He was then forced to retire.
Chairman of the World Anti-Communist League after Nazi-collaborator Roger Pearson Major until mid-1986. The United States Council for World Freedom (USWCF), which became WACL's most active branch, was founded in 1981 by Singlaub with a $16,500 loan from the Taiwanese branch of WACL and generous support from beer baron Joseph Coors.(28,35) From 1984 through 1986, Singlaub was the chairman of WACL.(11) In 1984, Singlaub headed a Pentagon panel called to make recommendations on conducting military activities in Central America. The panel's report urged the U.S. to emphasize nonconventional, counterinsurgency warfare strategies.(9,10)
Under the Reagan administration, Singlaub received assistance and guidance from White House and National Security Council (NSC) officials for his "private" contra-supply activities. He identified former NSC aide Oliver North as his liaison to the White House. Columnist Jack Anderson wrote a series of exposes on WACL connecting the group with death squads operating in Latin America, and once again linking them with fascists, this time in Latin America. Singlaub engaged the services of J. Peter Grace and AmeriCares to supply arms to the Contra rebels in Nicaragua and was indicted in 1986 and 1988 over USCWF activities in support of the contras. Member of the national policy board of the American Freedom Coalition, a political organization with extensive ties to the Unification Church. [IRC: Western Goals]
Dr. W. Cleon Skousen - CNP Board of Governors (1982). [Mormon] President of the Freeman Institute, former FBI agent and Police Chief of Salt Lake City, Utah, and associated with the America Committee to Free Cuba and Americans for Law and Order. [Miller 7] Descendant of Freemason/Illuminist Benjamin Franklin.
"Mr. Skousen was the former head of the F.B.I. and Founder and President of the Freeman Foundation which was founded in 1971, He also joined the faculty of the Brigham Young University."Skousen was directed to start the Institute by former President of the Mormon Church, David O. McKay. In 1989 the name was changed to the National Center for Constitutional Studies. The goal is to bring in the religious and political kingdom of God under the Mormon prophet."3 Skousen spoke at the "God and Freedom Banquet" which was held in honor of Sun Myung Moom to welcome him home from prison. Cleon Skousen spoke very highly of Moon and said that God had sent "Rev." Moon to our country with a revelation and a message.
"The Mormon/moonie coalition involves the Freeman Institute's cooperation in a new global anticommunist crusade with CAUSA International, a Moonie front organization. Also involved in CAUSA are members of CARP (another of Moon's dozens of front groups), whose business cards read 'Pioneering New Leadership for the New Age.' The Mormon Church has a great deal in common with the Unification Church." 4
"CAUSA is of particular interest because its amazing ecumenism has brought together Moonies, Mormons, top military, scientific, and political figures, and the Christian Right in close cooperation to fight 'Communism.' Accompanied by leaders from his Freeman Institute, Dr. Skousen has been prominent at CAUSA Conferences. So have well-known anticommunist crusaders. How can Mormons, Moonies and Christians realisitcally work together? The Unification Church hopes to install Sun Myung Moon as world ruler; the Mormon Church holds the same ambition for its 'Prophet, Seer and Revelator'; and Christians await the return of Jesus Christ to establish His kingdom."5
"Much like Joseph Smith, Sun Myung Moon claims to have visited by angels, Moses, Buddha and Jesus. Jesus allegdly gave Moon at age 16 the same assignment that Joseph Smith's 'God' from Kolob had already given him at the same age: to 'restore' true Christianity, beginning in the United States, and eventually to take over the entire world. Although the main characters are different, the basic Unification Church scenario, including blind obedience by members is much the same as Mormonism's. Reminiscent of Joseph Smith, Sun Myung Moon says: 'I am your brain. Every people or every organization that goes against the Unification Church will gradually come down and die.'" 6 [Burns 85-6]
Mark Skousen - CNP Membership Roster (1984-85, 1988, 1996, 19990. Nephew of President of the Freeman Institute, Mormon Cleon Skousen. Mark Skousen's eighth great-grandfather was Founding Father of the U.S., Freemason / Illuminist, Benjamin Franklin. [Mskousen.com] Mark Skousen is Editor-in-chief, Forecasts & Strategies, one of the largest invest/economic newsletters in the United States; columnist, Forbes; professor, economics and finance, Rollins College, Winter Park, Florida; contributor to the Wall Street Journal, The Economist, National Review, Reason, Human Events, Liberty, and The Journal of Economic Perspectives; writes a monthly column entitled "Economics on Trial" for The Freeman published by the Foundation for Economic Education; authored seventeen books on financial and economic topics, was a former economic analyst, Central Intelligence Agency.
Baker Armstrong Smith- CNP Board of Governors (1982). Assistant to the Secretary, U.S. Department of HUD, for Labor Relations, former executive director of the Center on National Labor Policy, Inc., and Leader of the "Presidential transition team" for the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB).
Dr. Lowell Smith - CNP Executive Committee (1996).
Jim R. Smith - CNP Board of Governors (1996).
Gerry Snyder - CNP Board of Governors (1996).
LaNeil Spivy - CNP Executive Committee (1996).
Scott Stanley, Jr.- CNP Board of Governors (1982). Editor of the John Birch Society-run Review of the News and American Opinion. [Miller 7]
Robert Waring Stoddard- CNP Board of Governors (1982). Former Chairman of the Board of Raytheon International Paper Company, member of the Board of First National Bank of Boston, member of the Board of State Mutual Life Insurance Company, former director and vice-president of the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM), Chairman of the Board of the CFR-run Worcester Telegram and Gazette, and a member of the Council of the John Birch Society. [Miller 7; 1976-77 Who's Who In America: 3030] Director and president of the YMCA. Member of the National Council of The John Birch Society. [Belmont Brotherhood]
John A. Stormer - CNP Membership Roster (1996; 1998; 1999). Director, I Chronicles 12:32 Understanding the Times Ministry; owner, Liberty Bell Press; author, None Dare Call It Treason, The Death of a Nation, Growing God's Way; pastor emeritus, Heritage Baptist Church; past president, Missouri Association of Christian Schools; state chairman, Missouri Young Republicans, 1962-64; member, Missouri Republican State Committee, 1962-64.
Author, None Dare Call It Treason , an anti-Communist book which was promoted by the John Birch Society. The origins of the CNP are found in the Radical Right, including the John Birch Society. The view on the Radical Right that an organization such as the CNP was needed stemmed from their perception that the Council on Foreign Relations [CFR] -- closely identified with the Rockefeller family -- was selling out American interests in the pursuit of a left-wing foreign policy agenda. John Stormer's book None Dare Call It Treason identified the CFR as procommunist. CFR members who have been members of the Council for National Policy of which Stormer is also a member include: J. Peter GraceCNP Membership Directory (1984-85; 1988); George F. Gilder - CNP Board of Governors (1982); Jesse HelmsCNP Board of Governors (1982); Dr. Edward Teller - CNP Board of Governors (1982); Robert Waring Stoddard- CNP Board of Governors (1982) and Guy Vander Jagt- CNP Board of Governors (1982).
Lt. General Gordon Sumner - CNP Membership Roster (1984-85; 1988; 1996; 1998)
A special assistant to the Secretary of State for Latin American affairs. Council for Inter-American Security (CIS) director and advisor; Sumner was also a board member of the International Security Council (ISC), described by Herman and O'Sullivan as the "main U.S. agency of the Moon system in the field of terrorism propaganda." An international conference organized by ISC and CAUSA was held in January 1986 in Tel Aviv; speakers included [Rev. Moon's U.S. representative] Bo Hi Pak and Arnaud de Borchgrave, the publisher of the Washington Times... The Denver-based, North-South Institute (NSI) is a non-profit arm of the Council for Inter-American Security. NSI vice president and director, Lt. General Gordon Sumner, also a CIS director as we have seen, is an officer of USBC and NSI. [A Small Circle of Friends]
Gaylord K. Swim - CNP Membership Roster (1996). Founder and president, Swim Investment Management, which manages investment portfolios in publicly traded securities; co-founder, Rural Health Management Corporation, a not-for-profit management corporation for privatization of rural hospitals; founder and chairman, Sutherland Institute, a state-oriented public policy think tank; chairman, board of trustees, American Heritage Schools, Inc.; chairman, EFI Electronics, Inc., Salt Lake City, Utah; former board member, the Covey Leadership Center (now merged with Franklin Quest) and Eyring Research Institute; B.S., business management and M.A., political science, Brigham Young University; served as a missionary for the (Mormon) Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Germany.
John H. Sununu - CNP Membership Roster (1984-85; 1988; 1996;1998).
Dr. Lewis Tambs - CNP Board of Governors (1982); CNP Membership Roster (1984-85). Former Professor of History at Arizona State University, member of the "Alternatives to the New York Times" Committee and the newly appointed Reagan administration Ambassador to Columbia. [Miller 7] Principle editor of the "Sante Fe Report" appointed by Reagan as ambassador, first to Columbia and then to Costa Rica, the launching pad for Contra attacks into Nicaragua along the "Southern front." [Sklar 58; A Small Circle of Friends]
The Hon. Helen Marie Taylor - CNP Membership Roster (1988; 1996; 1998). U.S. representative, United Nations 1986/87; ranking U.S. Representative, Fifth (Reform) Committee of 41st General Cultural Organization (UNESCO); ranking U.S. representative, Communications and Cultural Committees; council member, National Endowment for the Humanities 1984/85; president James Monroe Memorial Foundation; member Virginia Republican Party State Policy Committee 1987/88; vice president, board of directors, Eagle Forum Education and Legal Defense Foundation; board of directors, Defenders of American Liberties; co-chairman, Coalition for Peace Through Strength and American Security Council; charter member, GOPAC; board of directors, The Conservative Caucus Foundation; president, Friends of Grenada Association 1986/87; board of governors, Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, London, England, The Honorable Helen Marie Taylor, "Meadow Farm", Route 2, Box 36, Orange, VA 22960.
Stacy Taylor - CNP Board of Governors (1996).
Dr. Edward Teller - CNP Board of Governors (1982). Hungarian-born American physicist known for his work on the hydrogen bomb. During World War II he was a member of the MANHATTAN PROJECT for the development of the atomic bomb. At that time he also began formulating the theoretical foundations for a hydrogen fusion bomb and was a major proponent of its development. [Grolier's Encyclopedia]
Member of the Citizens Legal Defense Fund for the FBI, Ad Hoc, and advisor to Congressman McDonald's Western Goals Foundation, and a member of the CFR. [Miller 7] As of 1983, Edward Teller was a member of the board of directors of the Committee on the Present Danger, an anticommunist organization which advocated strict containment policies vis-a-vis the Soviet Union. Other prominent members of the committee included Ronald Reagan, Jeane Kirkpatrick, and a number of individuals chosen for Reagan's arms control negotiating teams. [IRC: Western Goals]
Shortly after the Waco incident in Texas, a secret "classified conference" was held at the Los Alamos National Laboratories in New Mexico. Through a friend in Maine, I was able to obtain an official copy of the speaking agenda for the November 1993 conference and, oddly, the subject matter under discussion correlated with not only the original Aquino Army report, but also with the MKUltra behavior research underway during the 1950's and 1960's. The title of the conference was "NonLethal Defense" and just a few of the speakers included such dignitaries as the Honorable U.S. Attorney General Janet Reno; Dr. Edward Teller who had helped develop the nuclear bomb; Dr. Milt Finger from Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory; Mr. Andy Andrews, NonLethal Project Leader at Los Alamos National Laboratory; LTG William H. Forster from Army Research, Development and Acquisition; Dr. Clay Easterly from the Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Dr. Henry Brisker from U.S. Army Research Laboratories; Ms. Astrid Lewis from the U.S. Army Chemical Research; Development Command; Lt. General Richard G. Trefry, former Military Advisor to President George Bush; and many more. [The Last Circle]
Edward Teller was born in 1905 in Budapest, Hungary. Teller, along with Leo Szilard and Eugene Wigner, persuaded Albert Einstein to warn President Roosevelt of a potential Nazi atomic bomb. During the Manhattan Project, Teller worked with Szilard at the University of Chicago. From 1943, he headed a group at Los Alamos in the Theoretical Physics division. Teller was a major proponent of the "Super" or hydrogen bomb. This position pitted him against Oppenheimer. This issue came to focus during Oppenheimer's security hearings. Teller continues to be a strong advocate of the build-up and development of nuclear weapons. Most recently he supported the creation of an anti-ballistic missile shield. Teller is Director Emeritus at the Lawrence Livermore Laboratory. [Atomic Archive]
Herbert Titus - "In 1962 he graduated cum laude from the Harvard Law School. After two years as a trial attorney with the U.S. Department of Justice, Titus served from 1964 to 1979 as a professor of law at the state universities of Oklahoma, Colorado, and Oregon. During this time he was active in various left-wing cases, opposing the war in Vietnam and supporting abortion and homosexual rights. As a cooperating attorney with the American Civil Liberties Union, Titus worked with attorneys and clients on a number of Constitutional cases. In 1975, Titus was dramatically converted to Christ... In 1976-77, he studied with Dr. Francis Schaffer at L'Abri in Switzerland. In 1979, left his tenured position as professor of law at the University of Oregon, becoming a member of the charter faculty of a Christian law school at Oral Roberts University. After three years at ORU, Titus moved to Regent University, where he served for eleven years, first as the founding Dean of the School of Law. In July 1993, Titus established The Forecast, a monthly journal on law and public policy. This unique journal is designed to provide a Biblical and Constitutional analysis to current issues. A Constitutional and common law scholar, Titus is an educator and author offering seminars, books, and monographs on law and public policy for both lawyers and non-lawyers alike. An active member of the Oregon State Bar, Mr. Titus is a practicing attorney serving of Counsel to the Virginia Beach, Virginia law firm of Troy A. Titus, P.C. Specializing in Constitutional litigation and strategy, Mr. Titus serves several public interest organizations. He is the author of numerous articles and a book entitled God, Man and Law: The Biblical Principles. In August, 1996, Mr. Titus was chosen at the National Convention of the U.S. Taxpayers Party in San Diego, California to serve as its Vice Presidential candidate." [Herbert W. Titus, Esquire]
"I thought it was important, if awkward, to bring up these questions [Titus' position on dominion theology] with Regent faculty members. And I did so. The answer was very clear. Regent, they insisted, is absolutely not a dominion-theology school, and Robertson himself had demonstrated this recently by getting rid of the dean of the law school, Herbert Titus, because Titus was leaning in the dominion direction. (Titus, who was a lawyer with the American Civil Liberties Union before his conversion to evangelical Christianity, is currently suing the school for about $70 million.)" ["The Warring Visions of the Religious Right," Harvey Cox, The Atlantic]
Sherman E. Unkefer - CNP Board of Governors (1982). President of the North American Coin and Currency, Ltd. (One of the largest bullion dealers in America - Editor) and an advisor to the previously mentioned Western Goals Foundation. [Miller 7] Sherman Unkefer was a member of the CFR-founded John Birch Society, and its private intelligence agency, the Western Goals Foundation. Also, Unkefer served as an adviser to Chile's regime under Augusto Pinochet and reportedly worked closely with Chile's secret police organization, DINA. [IRC: WGF]
Mike Valerio - CNP Board of Governors (1982); CNP Executive Committee (1988, 1994). President of Papa Gino's of America, Inc.; United States Congressman. [Miller]
Guy Vander Jagt- CNP Board of Governors (1982). Chairman of the Republican Congressional Campaign Committee, Keynote Speaker at the 1980 Republican National Convention, a member of the Congressional Board of [Rev. Moon's] Christian Voice, and a member of the CFR. [Miller 7]
Richard Viguerie - CNP Board of Governors (1982); CNP Executive Committee (1984-85; 1988. Executive secretary of Young Americans for Freedom (YAF) from 1961-64 when he started his own direct mail fundraising company, RAVCO, now Viguerie Communications, using the YAF and Goldwater mailing lists. In 1970s, Viguerie did the direct-mail fundraising for Paul Weyrich's Committee for the Survival of a Free Congress, now the Free Congress Foundation. Viguerie was candidate in 1976 for the presidential nomination of the neo-fascist, "Klan-infested" American Independent Party (AIP) of George Wallace. In 1975, he created The Conservative Caucus (TCC) with Howard Phillips.
In 1986, Viguerie was rescued from near bankruptcy with an account for distribution of the Unification Church-owned Insight magazine. In 1987, Bo Hi Pak, a former Korean military-intelligence officer and Moon's top U.S. operative, paid $10.06 million for Viguerie's office building. Also, in 1987, Viguerie became Secretary, strategist and fund-raising genius of the newly created Moon-controlled and funded American Freedom Coalition (AFC), an alliance of political conservatives and conservative religious groups and individuals. In this position, Viguerie mailed millions of letters appealing for funds to lobby aid to the Contras and promote Oliver North's testimony before Congress.
Richard Viguerie, whose company is a major nexus for conservative organizational activity via direct mail, has been especially adept in training a political cadre and establishing, staffing and funding new organizations. Viguerie's past and present clients include: NCPAC, The Conservative Caucus, Christian Crusade, Korean Cultural Freedom Foundation (Rev. Moon), Gun Owners of America, YAF, Free Congress Foundation and numerous election campaigns. One of his most ambitious efforts was the founding of the Council for National Policy, which included most of the activist leadership on the right as well as conservative contributors like Joseph Coors and William Herbert and Nelson Bunker Hunt. [Young 84-5, Bellant (CC) 16,17,53; Diamond 60, 78; Saloma 43, 45, 57]
"Then there's Richard Viguerie, until recently more than $1.5 million in debt, according to Fairfax, Va., court records. They indicate that in mid-October the U.S. Property Development Corp. paid $10.06 million to 7777 Associates for the suburban Virginia office building including Viguerie's headquarters. Viguerie owned 72 percent of 7777 Associates, according to Virginia records, and U.S. Property's president is Moon's right-hand man, Bo Hi Pak. Viguerie now serves with Abernathy on the five-man board of the Moonie-dominated American Freedom Coalition. The coalition, which claims a 'house list' of more than 300,000 member-contributors, is also Viguerie's biggest new direct-mail client." ["How Rev. Moon Got Ensconced with the New Right: His Aid is Varied and Plentiful," Seattle Times, Dec. 31, 1987]
Christine Vollmer - CNP Board of Governors (1996).
Madamme Christine de Vollmer of Venezuela, also a Stewart, is the President of the Latin American Alliance for the Family. Member of the World Congress of Families II Planning Committees, she has organized conferences on the family all over Europe and Latin America. She has served with the Holy See Delegation at the United Nations and is a member of the Pontifical Council for the Family. Countess Christine de Vollmer, who holds a number of important consultancy positions in the Vatican, believes that �The work of women in the home is the basis for the happiness of the whole human race.� A member of the secretive right-wing organisation Opus Dei, Vollmer is one of only three women on the 20-strong permanent delegation of the Holy See to the UN, whose policies on abortion and birth control have been a special target for her wrath. [Women of Rome]
Husband, Alberto de Vollmer is Ambassador from Venezuela to the Holy See. In 1999, Alberto, a wealthy businessman, backed the promient Venezuelan industrialist, Gustavo Marturet, to form Venezuela's first financial holding company, Mercantil Servicios Financieros. Marturet, who arranged an alliance with US insurer Aetna, is backed by a who's who of Venezuela, including the Vollmer, Machado,Travieso, and Sanchez clans. New York's J.P Morgan owns a 9.86% slice, too.
Craig Welch - CNP Board of Governors (1996).
Paul Weyrich - CNP Board of Governors (1982; 1996); CNP Secretary-Treasureer Executive Committee (1984-85; 1988). In 1977, The Heritage Foundation employed Roger Pearson on the editorial board of Policy Review, the monthly Heritage publication. Pearson is a British race scientist who organized the Northern League of Europe and became head of of the World Anti-Communist League, the multinational network of Nazi war criminals, Latin American death squad leaders and North American neo-fascists.In 1975, Pearson organized the North American neo-fascists into an American branch of the WACL called Council on American Affairs. Roger Pearson, whose research was financed by the Pioneer Fund of Tom Ellis, is a Briton who obtained his master's degree at the London School of Economics. The LSE was founded and financed by the British Fabian Society in 1894.
"The Committee of 300 through its many affiliated organizations was able to nullify the Reagan presidency. Here is what Stuart Butler of the Heritage Foundation had to say on the subject 'The right thought it had won in 1980 but in fact it have lost.' What Butler was referring to was the situation in which the Right found itself when it realized that every single position of importance in the Reagan administration was filled by Fabianist appointees recommended by the Heritage Foundation. Butler went on to say that Heritage would use rightwing ideas to impose leftwing radical principles upon the United States, the same radical ideas which Sir Peter Vickers Hall, top Fabianist in the U.S. and the number one man at Heritage, had been openly discussing during the election year.
"Sir Peter Vickers Hall remained an active Fabianist even though he was running a conservative 'think tank.' As a member of the British oligarchical Vickers armament manufacturing family, he had position and power. The Vickers family supplied both sides in the First World War and again during Hitler's rise to power. Vickers' official cover was the University of California's Urban and Regional Development Institute. He was a longtime confidant of British Labour leader and Committee of 300 member Anthony Wedgewood Benn. Both Vickers and Benn are integrated with the Tavistock Institute for Human Relations, the premiere brainwashing institution in the world." [Coleman]
Paul Weyrich also sponsored and currently works closely with Laszlo Pasztor, a convicted Austrian Nazi-collaborator whose Coalitions of the Americas is housed as a subsidiary in the Free Congress Foundation, the political arm of Heritage Foundation. From 1993 through 1995, Heritage received a total of $1 million via Sun Myung Moon's Korea Foundation which is funded by South Korea's Foreign Ministry and is an affiliate of the South Korean government.
Weyrich works with Plinio de Correa de Olivier's Tradition, Family & Property and endorsed Olivier's book, Nobility & Analagous Traditional Elites, on the necessity of restoring traditional Nobility & Elites to rule the world. "Sadly, most American elites are now devoted to self-interest, not to service, which is one reason why affairs here go so badly. Your book may help reawaken people to the realization that we need and can have an elite devoted to service." The Secret Story of a Cult Apologist website provides a picture of Weyrich & CNP leader Morton Blackwell with the American head of TFP, which defends cults such as Scientology.
James Whelan - CNP Board of Governors (1982). Former Editor and vice-president of the Sacramento Union; Editor and Publisher of the [Moon-owned] Washington Times. [Miller 7]
John W. Whitehead - CNP Board of Governors (1982). Member of the Board of Advisors of the Plymouth Rock Foundation. [Miller 7] Competitive Center Board of Advisors of The Hudson Institute, author of the Freedom from Religious Persecution Act, which created a federal commission to monitor religion chaired by a presidentially- appointed Ambassador at Large on International Religious Freedom and Special Adviser to the President on Religious Persecution. In determining violations, the commission will rely on the United Nations' covenants and recognize the authority of the International Criminal Court.
Founder/President of the Rutherford Institute, established 16 years ago to protect the rights of Christians, has shifted to the left, according to a recent report in Christianity Today (12/7/98). The founder, John Whitehead, is making a conscious effort to make the Rutherford Institute known more as a civil-rights organization. For example, he has begun defending the civil rights of homosexuals, and he has publicly called on conservative Christians to stop using antihomosexual rhetoric. Alexis Crow, chief counsel for the Rutherford Institute (and former aide to Henry Kissinger), explained the evolution in Whitehead's thought. 'He has always worked for the underdog. And today homosexuals are an underdog.' The story of the woman taken in adultery but forgiven by Jesus eventually changed Whitehead's thinking. Whitehead concluded that the law is not ultimate, but that 'human beings can be above the law at some point.' Whitehead also stirred controversy over his decision to take the Paula Jones case. He says he took the case because he believed her and because he wanted to increase the profile of the Institute. The case, however, has cost his organization hundreds of thousands in legal expenses and lost donations. Whitehead says he likes President Clinton, and if it weren't for the president's position on abortion, would vote for him. Rutherford Institute is also recommended to Scientologists in need of legal defense.
Rev. Donald Wildmon- CNP Board of Governors (1982). President of the Coalition for Better Television, Founder of the National Federation for Decency, and a member of the Advisory Board of Moon-affiliated Christian Voice. [Miller 7] Member of Steering Committee of Coalition on Revival (COR) [Bellant (CC) 43]. President of American Family Association, Inc. (AFA) AFA is cooperating with other ministries in this joint effort despite the fact that we have our own law center. AFA is also joining in the funding of this organization to fight leftwing liberal groups such as the ACLU and People for the American Way. Don Wildmon is a founding member along with Dr. James Dobson of Focus in the Family, Larry Burkett of Christian Financial Concepts, Dr. D. James Kennedy of Coral Ridge Ministries, Dr. Bill Bright of Campus Crusade for Christ, and Marlin Maddoux of Point of View. Continued providing free legal help to Christians to defend their First Amendment rights and helping prosecutors in obscenity trials through the American Family Association Law Center. Participated in the founding of Alliance Defense Fund, Inc., an organization which raises funds and supports legal cases of pro-family causes across the country. 1995 operating budget over $7 million. [GuideStar]
Dr. John Wilke - CNP Membership Directory (1996, 1999). President, Life Issues Institute, Inc., educational organization of the pro-life movement; president, International Right to Life Federation; physician; author, Why Can't We Love Them Both, book, video and slide set; Abortion Ouestions and Answers, Abortion and Slavery, History Repeats, also authored six other books in the field of human sexuality and abortion; lecturer; TV and radio personality; five-minute daily radio commentary on 300 stations since 1984 plus 60-second commentary on 500 stations; former president, National Right to Life Committee; has appeared on almost every major network public affairs show in the United States; works published in 28 languages; has lectured in 64 countries. International Right to Life Federation is a non-governmental organization (NGO) of the United Nations. [UN/NGO Database]
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Jack Abramhoff - CNP Membership Roster (1984-85. The International Freedom Foundation (IFF), an organization founded by "conservative" activist, Jack Abramhoff, was recently exposed by senior South African military personnel as a cut-out of the South African military and Special Branch. IFF functioned as a propaganda arm for South African STRATCOM (strategic communications) counter-insurgency operations directed against the African National Congress and the trade union confederation. [A Small Circle of Friends]
"Jack Abramoff became a Washington lobbyist after the Republicans won control of the House in 1994. He has ties that reach to all parts of Washington. He played a key role in what was called the K Street Project -- a Republican attempt to essentially take control of the D.C. lobbying world. By 1995 he would befriend Tom Delay -- who would later call Abramoff 'one of his closest and dearest friends.' He became a key fundraiser for President Bush and served on Bush’s transition team in 2000. His former assistant became Karl Rove’s personal assistant. He was accused of offering Congressional staffers lucrative jobs in exchange for legislative help. Abramoff ordered lobbying clients to give millions in political contributions to key lawmakers. The Wall Street Journal reports Abramoff could implicate as many as 60 lawmakers in the corruption inquiry.
"Lobbyist Jack Abramoff admitted to defrauding at least four Native American tribes of tens of millions of dollars, bribing government officials and evading taxes. Abramoff has reportedly agreed to testify against several members of Congress who received favors or donations from him or his clients. Washington analysts say the corruption scandal could take down as many as twelve lawmakers." [The Biggest Congressional Scandal in Over a Century?]
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Diamond, Sara. Spiritual Warfare: The Politics of the Christian Right, MA: South End Press, 1988.
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Young, Perry Deane. God's Bullies: Power Politics and Religious Tyranny, NY: Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 1982.
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