Jew Neocons, Pearl and Feith, Planned 'Middle East Reconstruction' War in 1984

The Jews Richard Perle and Douglas Feith in particular, mapped out the destruction of Iraq in a policy paper prepared in Israel by the Jerusalem based think thank, “The Institute for Advanced Strategic & Political Studies” (IASPS). This body was founded by ardent Zionist, Professor Robert J. Loewenberg, in 1984 after he emigrated to Israel from the U.S.

In 1996, the IASPS prepared a policy document for the then Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu. Called “A Clean Break: A New Strategy for Securing the Realm,” this paper, delivered to a IASPS conference held in July of that year, is still available on the IASPS website at

The paper’s authors? No surprise to learn that it says: “The main substantive ideas in this paper emerged from a discussion in which prominent opinion makers, including Richard Perle and Douglas Feith, (amongst others), participated.”

The reader will note that this paper was prepared some seven years before George W. Bush’s invasion of Iraq. In essence is says that the Israeli-Palestinian peace process was leading to a forfeiture of Israel’s “strategic initiative” and that the “loss of national critical mass was illustrated best by Israel’s efforts to draw in the United States to sell unpopular policies domestically, to agree to negotiate sovereignty over its capital, and to respond with resignation to a spate of terror so intense and tragic that it deterred Israelis from engaging in normal daily functions, such as commuting to work in buses.”

Perle and Feith continued: “Israel has the opportunity to make a clean break; it can forge a peace process and strategy based on an entirely new intellectual foundation, one that restores strategic initiative and provides the nation the room to engage every possible energy on rebuilding Zionism.”

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A right wing think tank (Score:1)

But didn't pfnac have a mapped out plan for invading Iraq which was much closer to what we did? Also Israel doesn't benefit from invasion at this point in time. Saddam wasn't a threat to Israel as of 5 years ago. Clinton bombed his missile sites, as well as his supergun (uncompleted). In fact at this point the best thing for Israel would have been the exact opposite.

Do some better research.

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Re:A right wing think tank (Score:1)

GIG>>> "But didn't pfnac (PNAC?) have a mapped out plan for invading Iraq which was much closer to what we did?"

Good point. The The Project for the New American Century (PNAC) is an updated version of the IASPS. The PNAC document entitled "Rebuilding America's Defenses: Strategy, Forces and Resources For a New Century" is also the workings of jewish-neocons Perle, Feith, and Wolfowitz.

If Israel had no worries about Iraq, Iran, Syria, etc., why do they constantly pressure America to go to war? Answer: they control U.S. policies and want total control of the Mid East.


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