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Nixon administration tried to force Israel to sign NPT
New revelations offer more evidence of presidential anti-Semitism.
|Published:||06.25.09, 22:23 / Israel News|
Inside the Nixon administration four decades ago, American officials weighed options to pressure Israel to declare that it had a nuclear weapons program.
US officials concluded Israel was « actively working to improve its capability to produce nuclear weapons on short notice. »
In an unsigned National Security Council memo, prepared sometime between April 1969 and March 1970,
officials worried that the program might make elusive peace with the Arabs even harder to attain.
The memorandum, part of a collection of memos and tape recordings released Tuesday by the Nixon Presidential Library, shows efforts to get Israel to sign the 1968 Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty.This would have required Israel to open itself to international inspection and dismantle any nuclear weapons program it had.
Israel resisted, which the memorandum anticipated, « because Israel views its nuclear option on the NPT as an integral part of its national security. » Israel would not be easily influenced, the unsigned memorandum predicted.
The treaty requires all but five states – the United States, Russia, China, Britain and France – not to develop nuclear weapons. A total of 189 countries are parties to the treaty. The four exceptions are Israel, India, Pakistan and North Korea.
Next month, US President Barack Obama will meet with his Russian counterpart, President Dmitry Medvedev, in Moscow and again at a summit of world leaders in Italy. Obama will carry with him a determination to reduce the spread of nuclear weapons. He has said it is « absolutely imperative » that the United States take the lead.
Back in the Nixon era, with little sign of progress toward a peace agreement on the horizon, « Israel’s leaders have probably decided Israel cannot afford to surrender the nuclear option, » the NSC memo concluded.
In fact, the document added, Israel preferred to keep the Arabs guessing as to its power to deter attack, while the program provided bargaining power in negotiating a settlement.
But the longer Israel would hold out against signing the treaty, it also would reduce prospects for settling the Arab-Israeli dispute, the memorandum said.
« We must be prepared whether to make this a crunch issue with Israel and to make it clear that if Israel elects to go the nuclear route it would cause a fundamental change in the US-Israeli relationship. »
And that, the memo says, includes « our long-standing concern for Israel’s security. »
45e anniversaire de l’assassinat de JFK: JFK en guerre contre le nucléaire israélien
05 August, 2008
The Golem: Israel’s Nuclear Hell Bomb and the Road to Global Armageddon
by Michael Collins Piper
American Free Press, Washington, D. C./1-888-699-NEWS
« American politicians are scared stiff of the Jews because anybody who votes against the Jews will lose elections. The Jews in America are supporting the Jews in Israel. Israel and other Jews control the most powerful nation in the world. And that is what I mean [about Jews controlling the world by proxy]. I stand by that view. »
–Dr. Mahathir Mohamad, ex prime-minister of Malaysia, to the UK Guardian in 2005
The recent murder of yet another 10 year old Palestinian boy in Gaza by Israeli occupational forces, and the character of Israeli strip searches of Palestinians as reported by Alison Weir of If Americans Knew, are but the most recent evidence of the character of the Zionist regime supported by the United States since 1948.
Mark Glenn’s August 4th post at Crescent and Cross on the « suicide » of Dr. Bruce Ivins, the late anthrax researcher stationed at Fort Dietrich, Maryland, is similarly suggestive, especially in light of Glenn Greenwald’s recent reflections on the subject for Salon.
There is much that is not what it appears to be.
The composite picture of the last 60 years is both starkly grim, and largely unreported by the American corporate media for all the usual and obvious reasons, a phenomenon understood only by the less than one percent of the electorate in the United States which has figured out the predictable modus operandi of the Israeli government and intelligence apparatus, and the Neo-Conservatives in the American government and national security establishment married to their masters in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem.
The individual episodes in the composite model are a litany of carefully veiled crimes against both indigenous Palestinians and a largely unsuspecting American public whose political, military, and economic largesse has been skillfully siphoned off by an Israeli Lobby disproportionately influential in every arena of institutional life in the United States. The Begin/Irgun bombing of the King David Hotel in Jerusalem, the assassination of Count Bernadotte, the ethnic cleansing and genocide at Deir Yassin, the Lavon Affair, the assassination of President Kennedy, the premeditated attack on the USS Liberty, Rafi Eitan’s purloining of American nuclear secrets at Los Alamos in a joint Israeli-Communist Chinese espionage project involving PROMIS, the murder of UK media magnate Robert Maxwell, the Israeli utilization of cluster bombs in southern Lebanon in 2006, and the pivotal role of the Project for the New American Century (PNAC) crowd in paving the way for the present American military prosecution of wars of counterinsurgency in Iraq and Afghanistan, are noteworthy but far from exhaustive examples of a brand of criminal activity emanating from the Zionist State and annually subsidized by an American Congress to the tune of at least $5 billion a year. Pat Buchanan’scharacterization of the latter as « Zionist Occupied Territory » is clearly on target.
The next phase in the program of Eretz Yisrael is obviously an American-Israeli preemptive military strike on Iran. The predicted aerial raids on Iran, potentially with the employment of tactical nuclear weapons, are but an extension of a conflict that has already started in earnest. Philip Giraldi of The American Conservative has noted the execution of CIA-Mossad-MI6 black operations in Iranian Azerbaijan, Khuzestan, and Balochistan provinces in recent months. Economic sanctions against Tehran and its central banks have been widely reported by Bloomberg and The Asian Times. The publicized deployment of American aircraft carrier task forces in the vicinity of the Persian Gulf and Strait of Hormuz augment these other methodologies in the War of Nerves.
This War of Nerves has a new component in recent weeks: the introduction in the United States Congress of House Concurrent Resolution 362, sponsored by Rep. Gary Ackerman (D-N. Y.). The companion legislation in the United States Senate is Resolution 580, introduced by Sen. Evan Bayh (D.-Ind.). As pointed out by Rep. RonPaul (R-Tex.) in the July 28 American Free Press, the House legislative action is a « virtual Iran war resolution. » That House Concurrent Resolution 362 is being promoted by the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) is predictable.
And when one reads the most recent AIPAC speeches by sockpuppets Obama, McCain, and Clinton, the configuration of the tea leaves becomes definitive: War with Iran, as Congressman Paul has indicated, is virtually « inevitable. »
What has made this tragedy an apparent fait accompli? Many have suggested an intersection of interests has put Iran in the cross hairs. Has the Eretz Yisrael Lobby made common cause with transnational oil and gas consortiums thirsty for reserves, pipelines, and the compelling drive to destroy a Euro-denominated oil bourse created by Ahmadinejad?
One thing is guaranteed: the world will note that Iran is a signatory to the Nuclear Non Proliferation Treaty (NPF), while Israel is not. Mr. Bush and Mr. Shaul Mofaz notwithstanding, the NPF grants Tehran the right under international law to enrich uranium for non-militarized purposes. Concurrently, it will be duly noted that the American National Intelligence Estimate (NIE) and the report of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) contradict the Neo-Conservative depiction of an imminently dangerous and weaponized Iranian nuclear program. And should the Iranian program be proven to have a military application downstream, another question will be begged: Why has the United States done nothing about the weaponized nuclear programs of India and Pakistan, much less the unrestrained nuclear, biological, and chemical weapons profile of Israel, while threatening Iran with preemptive apocalypse?
Finally, one may ask if an American economic profile involving a $9 trillion dollar national debt, and $16 billion dollars a month in expenditures of internationally borrowed monies for Iraq and Afghanistan, can sustain the additional financial burden of another War for Israel, this time with Iran. And what strategies of asymmetrical warfare has Tehran crafted as a response to Tel Aviv and Washington?
Will Beijing and Moscow acquiesce in an IDF-USAF pummeling of their Persian ally, and an accompanying American hegemony over Caspian Sea oil and Central Asian trade routes?
No American Presidential candidate is offering the answers to these compelling questions. And on the basis of H. R. 362 and S. R. 580, the Congress of the United States is compelled to sign on to the next phase of the War Party’s vision for the world, even if the endgame is the death of thousands, or millions, of innocent victims. One can be forgiven for drawing the conclusion that these deaths mean little to the American and Israeli establishments as long as the blood shed involves Persians and Arabs. When a sea of American financial red ink is accompanied by a symmetrical loss of the blood of its own sons and daughters, light will presumably dawn. Will it be too late for the Old Republic and the world?
It is in light of this last rhetorical question that the reader will appreciate the recent work of Michael Collins Piper, entitled « The Golem: Israel’s Nuclear Hell Bomb and the Road to Armageddon. »
The value of Piper’s effort is multifold. He begins by addressing the hot button issue of Jewish racial supremacism as articulated in the Talmud and embodied in the legend of The Golem. While the issue of Talmudic racialism and the doctrine of Jewish exclusivity is more comprehensively addressed in « Jesus in the Talmud, » the seminal work of Dr. Peter Schafer, Ronald O. Perelman Professor of Judaic Studies and Director of the Program in Judaic Studies at Princeton, Piper’s willingness to bring Talmudic ideology into a wider comprehension of Israeli nuclear policy is instructive to the newly initiated.
A second ingredient of The Golem is the author’s encyclopedic knowledge of the pro-Zionist, Neo-Conservative links of a labyrinthine maze of media outlets, politicians, think tanks, publishing houses, and Israeli assets operating within the American government and national security establishment. The reader will begin a life-long journey toward the truth and all of its derivative implications in simply engaging in Internet search of each tidbit of data provided in The Golem.
Names like Avigdor Lieberman, Leon Wieseltier of The New Republic, Admiral John S. McCain in conjunction with the USS Liberty incident, the American Technion Society (ATS), Magal Security Systems, the Washington Institute for Near East Policy (WINEP), the U. S.-India League, Alan Keyes, Don Feder, Thomas Donnelly, Kenneth R. Timmerman, Clifford D. May, the Project for the New American Century (PNAC), the Committee on the Present Danger, the Jewish Institute for National Security Policy (JINSA), Clay Shaw, Permindex, James Angleton, Louis Bloomfield, Meyer Lansky, Edgar Bronfman, Arnan Milchan, Tibor Rosenbaum, the Banque De Credit Internationale of Geneva, Hyman « Hal » Larner, Frank Sturgis, Guy Banister, David Ferrie, Abraham Foxman of the ADL, William Kristol of The Weekly Standard, Monica Lewinsky, Jennifer Laszlo Misrahi of The Israel Project, Rupert Murdoch, Newt Gingrich, Stephen Herbits, Richard Perle, Charles Krauthammer, Douglas Feith, Paul Wolfowitz, Irving Kristol, Norman Podhoretz of Commentary magazine, Mortimer Zuckerman, Natan Sharansky, Joshua Muravchik, Dr. Earl Filford of the Foundation for the Defense of Democracies, the London-based Royal Institute on International Affairs, Maurice « Hank » Greenberg, Jack Kemp, and Frank Gaffney, are crucial to understanding the compelling thesis of Michael Collins Piper’s tome–that the hammerlock on American foreign and domestic policy held by the Israeli Lobby is not simply the death knell of the Old American Republic, but a major tool in driving the planet toward global catastrophe.
The Golem offers a third contribution especially crucial to understanding the comprehensive consequences of the takeover of the American Right after World War II by pro-Zionist elements with fistfuls of Jewish cash–the treasured work of Lawrence Dennis (1893-1977), tabbed by Piper as « America’s foremost nationalist theoretician » for the former’s opposition to Zionist power, the emergence of nuclear weapons, and Wars for Empire enshrouded in utilitarian religious and theocratic auras. Piper’s reproduction of the Dennis essay entitled, « The Biggest Crime of the 20th Century, » occurs in chapter 30 and is must reading. Contrasting the prophetic Dennis warnings contained in the essay with the regular Neo-Conservative fanfare churned out by WorldNetDaily, Fox News, Rush Limbaugh, Human Events, National Review, The Weekly Standard, and The Washington Times, one is reminded that the Old Right’s commitment to limited and Constitutional governance is antithetical to the Zionist-funded Neo-Conservative Right and the latter’s infatuation with ongoing deployments of the American military as a surrogate janissary force for Israel and transnational corporations. Michael Collins Piper reminds the reader of Lawrence Dennis’s warnings about domestic police states as a necessary corollary to governments bent on wars of imperialism abroad, even as attention is drawn anew, by the author, to the obvious fact that the Zionist State of Israel is the key ingredient in this self-destructive direction undertaken by the American governing elite.
In the consideration of the Lawrence Dennis legacy, the reader is also reminded of the paucity of present voices on the American Right still sounding the alarms of this long departed 20th century Leviathan. In its own way, The Golem and its author unwittingly confirm that Michael Collins Piper is not simply one of those voices still extant, but arguably the torchbearer of the 21st century movement to regain both the American Right and the Old Republic from the evils of Zionism, Globalism, and the New World Order. In that regard, Mr. Piper has an excruciating burden to bear, and many miles to go before he sleeps.
Other books commended by The Golem include:
The Mordechai Vanunu web page: http://www.serve.com/vanunu
Dr. Francis Boyle: Destoying World Order
Jimmy Carter: Palestine: Peace Not Apartheid
Matthias Chang: Brainwashed for War
Matthias Chang: Future Fastforward
Andrew and Leslie Cockburn: Dangerous Liaison: The Inside Story of the U. S.-Israeli Relationship
Avner Cohen: Israel and the Bomb (review of the Cohen book by Reuven Pedatzer in Ha’aretz, February 5, 1999
Avner Cohen: « The Last Taboo: Israel’s Bomb Revisited » in Current History, April 2005
John Cooley: An Alliance Against Babylon: The U. S., Israel, and Iraq
Noah Efron: Real Jews: Secular vs. Ultra-Orthodox and the Struggle for Jewish Identity in Israel
Lt. Colonel Warner D. Farr (US Army): « The Third Temple’s Holy of Holies: Israel’s Nuclear Weapons » filed with the U. S. Air Force’s Counterproliferation Center at the Air War College-Air University/Maxwell AFB, Alabama
Seymour Hersh: The Samson Option
Peter Hounam: U. S. S. Liberty: Dead in the Water
Alexander H. Joffe’s two-part policy paper in the summer 2003 and Winter 2004 issues of The Journal of International Security Affairs (voice of JINSA, the Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs)
Michael Karpin: The Bomb in the Basement: How Israel Went Nuclear and What That Means for the World
Donald McCormack: The Israeli Secret Service (nom de plume is Richard Deacon)
Michael Neumann: The Case Against Israel
John Perkins: Confessions of an Economic Hitman
Jacqueline Rose: The Question of Zion
Gus Russo: Supermob
Israel Shahak: Jewish History, Jewish Religion
Israel Shahak: Open Secrets: Israeli Nuclear and Foreign Policies
(Mark Dankof is the voice of Mark Dankof’s America, heard on the Republic Broadcasting Network. A contributor to the American Free Press, Pastor Dankof also serves Immanuel Lutheran Church in San Antonio, Texas. In 2000, he was the Constitution Party’s candidate for the U. S. Senate in Delaware against Thomas Carper and William Roth.)