Friday, January 18, 2008

CSIS another Zionist think tank

CSIS, another Zionist think tank

The CSIS is a privately funded, nonpartisan tax-exempt organization with its headquartered in Washington, D.C. No one is really sure who pays these guys’ salaries. Many suspect their salaries inadvertently come from America’s tax-payers. Because CSIS is so influential within the confines of the US Department of Defense it is more than likely that they are a beneficiary of taxpayer dollars. Although this has yet to be proven, we definitely need to have someone trace the money.

The US government takes its direction from these CSIS un-elected individuals. There is little if any mention of these people in the media.

Since the post WWII era, many organizations just like the CSIS have been manipulating the US government to their own power hungry advantage and to their own agenda, without our knowledge. It is time we recognize who these people are and their strategic effects on the US government. It is time to put a stop to their control over America, now! To do this, we need to inform the American people of each organization one by one, alerting Americans to the organizations involved in affecting changes in our country that are illegal and unconstitutional.

Although I will illustrate how other various Neoconservative groups are working together with the CSIS to affect our US government, this article will focus first and mostly on the Center for Strategic and International Studies.

The CSIS is made up of Neoconservatives (zionists)

Neoconservatives (zionists) are the bad guys.

The CSIS consists mostly of un-elected Neoconservative individuals who affect US government policy.

The CSIS Advisory Board is composed of both public- and private- sector policymakers, including several members of Congress.
The CSIS Washington Roundtable meets three to four times a year with members of Congress, executive branch officials, and other Washington experts to discuss pressing policy issues of the day.
Neoconservative views dominate the media.

CSIS Neoconservatives are mostly former leftists/liberals who converted to conservatism during the ’70’s and 80’s when Ronald Reagan became President.

“Neoconservatives are followers of Leo Strauss and are commonly known as Straussians. Leo Strauss, a Jew from Nazi German arrived in the US in 1938 and taught at the New School for Social Research. Later he taught at the University of Chicago where he managed to gather about a 100 Ph.D. students who later became disciples of Straussian philosophy and took up important posts in various institutions.”

– Paul Webster, “What it is and how it came about…”

Much more in the link: CSIS, another Zionist think tank

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