Of all the Neocons in
Washington - Zakheim
is considered the King
His company specialises in
remote controlled aircraft as
well as other technologies
Their website: Project for the New American Century Articles about them and their threat to humanity:
Project for the New American Century (PNAC); NeoCon central
Oil as Power; US Imperial/ Corporate Presence in Mideast  
".. advanced forms of biological warfare that can target specific genotypes may transform biological warfare from the
realm of terror to a politically useful tool" (From Rebuilding America's defense p. 60 2000).

Major names who have been signatories on letters and policy statements from PNAC or significant NeoCons.











Dick Cheney (Vice President)                    Donald Rumsfeld                                             Paul Wolfowitz












                                        Richard Perle                                                       
























                                                                                                                   












Elliot Abrams                                     Robert Kagan                                 Richard L. Armitage













Steve Forbes, polidential candidate,                                                                                
publisher of Forbes Mag.













George Weigel                                                Frank Gaffney                            









                                                                                           


                                            
                                                                                   

                                                                                                                                                                                           







                                                                          
                                       

















Richard Perle served as Chairman of the Defense Policy Board, Department of Defense, Chairman and CEO of
Hollinger Digital, and Director of The Jerusalem Post. He is a Resident Fellow at the American Enterprise Institute for
Public Policy Research (AEI). His research areas are defense, intelligence, national security, Europe, Middle East,
Russian region. He has previously served as Assistant Secretary of Defense for international security policy
(1981-1987), and on the U.S. Senate staff (1969-1980). He received his M.A. in political science at Princeton University,
and his B.A. at the University of Southern California.         


R. James Woolsey   











William Kristol,












Robert Kagan



















Bruce P. Jackson
is president of the Project on Transitional Democracies. Mr. Jackson is a member of the Council on
Foreign Relations and the International Institute for Strategic Studies in London and on the Board of Advisors of the
Center for Security Policy. He is the President of the U.S. Committee on NATO, a non-profit bi-partisan organization
formed to promote the expansion of the NATO alliance. From 1979 to 1990, Bruce Jackson served in the United States
Army as a Military Intelligence Officer. From 1986 to 1990, he served in the Office of the Secretary of Defense in a
variety of policy positions pertaining to nuclear forces, strategic defenses and arm control negotiations. Upon leaving
the Department of Defense in 1990, Mr. Jackson joined Lehman Brothers, an investment bank in New York, where he
was the chief strategist for the firm's proprietary trade operations. In 1993, he moved to Martin Marietta Corporation
where he was Director for Strategic Planning and subsequently Director for Corporate Development Projects. In these
positions, Mr. Jackson played a significant role in the execution of the Corporation's mergers and acquisitions strategy.

Dr.Gary J.  Schmitt is executive director of the Project for the New American Century. His Background is described
here

Daniel McKivergan is deputy director of the Project for the New American Century. Prior to joining the Project, Dan
was legislative director for the Office of Senator John McCain of Arizona

Ellen Bork is deputy director at the Project for the New American Century and contributing editor of the New York Sun
Peter W. Rodman   Assistant Secretary of Defense (International Security Affairs) most recently Director of National
Security Programs at the Nixon Center (1995-2001). He is a former Senior Editor of National Review (1991-1999) and
worked as a research and editorial assistant to Dr. Kissinger in the preparation of his memoirs.

Vin Weber, Vice Chairman of Empower America, is a former Minnesota Republican Congressman, lawyer and banker.
He now lives in Virginia and is the new head of the private National Endowment for Democracy, and was formerly a
Senior Fellow at the Bradley-funded Progress and Freedom Foundation (www.pff.org)
.

This is worth reading. Here's an excerpt:

"The history of the 20th century should have taught us that it is important to shape circumstances before crises emerge,
and to meet threats before they become dire. The history of this century should have taught us to embrace the cause of
American leadership."  

and

"we need to strengthen our ties to democratic allies and to challenge regimes hostile to our interests and values.."  

They seem to have forgotten about the first half of this one. Our democratic allies, other than Britain, have been
distanced.


Elliott Abrams    Gary Bauer    William J. Bennett    Jeb Bush Dick Cheney    Eliot A. Cohen    Midge Decter    Paula
Dobriansky    Steve Forbes Aaron Friedberg    Francis Fukuyama    Frank Gaffney    Fred C. Ikle Donald Kagan    
Zalmay Khalilzad    I. Lewis Libby    Norman Podhoretz Dan Quayle    Peter W. Rodman    Stephen P. Rosen    Henry S.
Rowen Donald Rumsfeld    Vin Weber    George Weigel    Paul Wolfowitz


























































New Citizenship Project
Gary Schmitt
1150 17th St. N.W. Suite 150
Washington, DC 20036
202 293-4983 fax 4572
project@NEWAMERICANCENTURY.ORG
hosting at ns.cais.com       ns2.cais.com
The website is registered to the New Citizenship Project. (NCP)

Gary Schmitt, the executive director,

Here is a social network diagram for Gary Schmitt   from www.namebase.org (a fascinating site, one that spies and
political researchers will find useful.

Namebase suggests a  CIA connection. http://www.namebase.org/cgi-bin/nb01?Na=Schmitt%2C+gary

funding sources for NCP is listed at http://www.mediatransparency.org/search_results/info_on_any_recipient.php?258

Repeated sources of funding for NCP include these major conservative sources of funding for think tanks and other
conservative causes. These include some of the most wealthy, powerful conservative bastions of power on the planet.

The Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation, Inc.   .... more:
It's big, with over $700 in assets

Another Source of funding is   Sarah Scaife Foundation run by Richard Melon Scaife
The Man Behind the Mask; Richard Melon Scaife
Social Network Diagram for Scaife info on the The John M. Olin Foundation  and their own website http://www.jmof.org/




The Clinton Administration has placed itself squarely in the tradition of Presidents Wilson and Carter, and never more so
than in Mr. Berger's speech, entitled "American Power: Hegemony, Isolationism or Engagement." Mr. Berger is opposed
to American hegemony and decries Republican calls for increased defense spending. The true test of leadership, he
argues, is not whether the United States remains militarily powerful, but whether it signs onto international conventions
such as the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty and the Climate Change Treaty, provides enough money to global poverty
programs and supports the United Nations.

It is on these matters, Mr. Berger argues, "that our most fundamental interests are at stake." Mr. Berger derides those
who worry about the threat posed by China or Russia as "nostalgic" for the cold war. In the Clinton Administration's
world, there are no enemies or even potential enemies. There are only potential partners in the search for what Mr.
Berger calls an international "common good."

This is the kind of utopian internationalism that the Democratic Party rejected under the hardheaded leadership of Harry
Truman and Dean Acheson but embraced again after Vietnam. It is the internationalism of Jimmy Carter, squeamish and
guilty about American power and content to base America's security, and the world's security, on arms control
agreements rather than on American arms. This is the internationalism which in the late 1970's and early 1980's favored
the SALT II agreement and the "nuclear freeze" and opposed the Reagan arms buildup and the Strategic Defense
Initiative.

Republicans in the coming election will likely propose a very different kind of internationalism. In the tradition of Teddy
Roosevelt and Ronald Reagan, they will argue that the United States can and should lead the world to a better future,
one built around American principles of freedom and justice -- but only if it has the power and the will to use that power.

Republicans will argue that American security cannot be safeguarded by international conventions. Instead, they will ask
Americans to face this increasingly dangerous world without illusions. They will argue that American dominance can be
sustained for many decades to come, not by arms control agreements, but by augmenting America's power and,
therefore, its ability to lead."
THE WORN GRASS REVEALS UNUSUAL ACTIVITY IN THE
DAYS PRIOR TO 911 AND NOTICE THE ANGLE OF ATTACK
EXACTLY MATCHES THE WORN SPOTS IN THE TURF
TAKE THE NEOCON QUIZ
CLICK HERE
BY WAY OF DECEPTION
THOU SHALL WAGE WAR
PROJECT FOR THE NEW AMERICAN CENTURY CALLED FOR A "NEW PEARL
HARBOR" in 2000.
Puppet On A String: Hamas Dances To Israel’s Tune

Israel’s supposed arch-enemy, the terrorist group Hamas, was founded and funded by Israel’s dominant Likud party and continues to
be bankrolled to this day by political bodies pushing a one world government system. According to United Press International
“Israel and Hamas may currently be locked in deadly combat, but, according to several current and former U.S. intelligence officials,
beginning in the late 1970s, Tel Aviv gave direct and indirect financial aid to Hamas over a period of years.”
The new Homeland Security Czar Michael Chertoff
is a dual citizen of Israel/USA,
the son of a rabbi
and was a member of Bnai Brith's ADL. (Chertoff is
actually tied to the "terrorists.", freed Israeli spy
ring)
The Rothschilds are the founders and world leaders of Zionism.
Mr Wolfowitz was one of the
brains behind the Iraq war.
He called for the removal of
Saddam Hussein immediately
after the attacks of 11
September 2001, but was
overruled in a meeting at
Camp David the following
weekend
TRILLONS OF TAX PAYER
FUNDS UNACCOUNTED FOR
Nice Hair
Evil mind
ALEX JONES ON BENJAMIN CHERTOFF
AND POPULAR MECHANICS
Douglas Feith (Office of special plans)
Willian J. Bannett
Fred C. Ikle     
Donald Kagan  
Jeb Bush (Florida Governor)
John Bolton would be  nightmare U.S.
ambassador to the United Nations
Stephen P. Rosen  
Gary Bauer  
Dov Zekheim
Ruppert Murdoch
CEO of FOX station
Rush Limbaugh
(Click on his picture
above to watch a
flash animation)
Karl Rove (Bush's brain)
Zalmay Khalilzad   
Frank Carlucci (Carlyle)
Eliot A. Cohen   
Midge Decter   
Dan Quayle former VP
and mis-speller       
Henry S. Rowen
Lewis Libby
Norman Podhoretz   
Here's a list of signatories of a June 3, 1997 Statement of principles
Here's a list of signatories of a January 23rd 2003 letter on the defense budget on the website.
Signatories of a letter on Hong Kong dated Nov 25, 2002
Letter To President Clinton Advocating Removal of Milosevic from Office.
Letter Advocating taking a strong stand on behalf of Taiwan
Letter to Newt Gingrich and Trent Lott May 29, 1998 advocating removal of  Saddam.
Letter to Bill Clinton outlines the Vision of the Project for a New American Century in 1998.
a whois search at register.com shows that the person who registerd the PNAC domain is
an excerpt from an article written for the NY Times, October 25, 1999 by William Kristol and
Robert Kagan, listed among the archives of the Project for the New American Century:
Richard Perle, Paul Wolfowitz, Elliot Abrahms, Richard L. Armitage, Nina Bang-Jensen, Jefrrey Bergner, George
Biddle, John R. Bolton, Frank Carlucci, Eliot Cohen,  Seth Cropsey, Dennis DeConcini, Paula Dobrianski,  Morton H.
Halperin, John Heffernan, James R. Hooper, Bruce P. Jackson, Zalmay KHalilzad, Jeane Kirkpatrick, Peter Kovler,
Mark P. Lagon, Peter Rodman, HElmut Sonnenfeldt, William Howard Taft the 4th, Ed Turner, Wayne Owens, Dov S.
Sakheim,
Elliot Abrams    William J. Bennett    Jeffrey Bergner John R. Bolton    Paula Dobriansky    Francis Fukuyama    
Robert Kagan, Zalmay Khalilzad    William Kristol    Richard Perle    Peter Rodman Donald Rumsfeld    William
Schneider, Jr.    Vin Weber    Paul Wolfowitz R. James Woolsey    Robert B. Zoellick
"-- We should use U.S. and allied military power to provide protection for liberated areas in northern and southern
Iraq; and -- We should establish and maintain a strong U.S. military presence in the region, and be prepared to use
that force to protect our vital interests in the Gulf - and, if necessary, to help remove Saddam from power"

signatories: Elliott Abrams    Richard L. Armitage    William J. Bennett Jeffrey Bergner    John Bolton    Paula
Dobriansky Francis Fukuyama    Robert Kagan    Zalmay Khalilzad William Kristol    Richard Perle    Peter W.
Rodman Donald Rumsfeld    William Schneider, Jr.    Vin Weber Paul Wolfowitz    R. James Woolsey    Robert B.
Zoellick
Edwin J. Feulner, Jr.     William Kristol  Elliott Abrams     Richard V. Allen     Richard L. Armitage     William J. Bennett
John R. Bolton     William F. Buckley, Jr.     Midge Decter     Robert Kagan Jeane J. Kirkpatrick     I. Lewis Libby     
Edwin Meese III      Richard Perle Norman Podhoretz     William Schneider, Jr.     Arthur Waldron       Malcolm Wallop  
    James
Webb   Caspar Weinberger    Paul Weyrich    R. James Woolsey    Paul Wolfowitz

William Kristol       Dick Thornburgh Morton Abramowitz       Mark A. Anderson       Andrew Y. Au       Gary Bauer
Robert L. Bernstein       Max Boot       Ellen Bork       Steven C. Clemons Helle Dale       Midge Decter       Thomas
Donnelly      Nicholas Eberstadt Robert Edgar       Amitai Etzioni       Hillel Fradkin       Sam Gejdenson Merle
Goldman       Bruce Jackson       Robert Kagan       Max M. Kampelman Adrian Karatnycky       Penn Kemble       
Craig Kennedy       Harold Hongju Koh Tod Lindberg       Bette Bao Lord       Connie Mack       Mary Beth Markey
Martin Peretz       Danielle Pletka       Norman Podhoretz       John Edward Porter Gary Schmitt       Sin-Ming Shaw     
  Paul Simon       Stephen Solarz Leonard Sussman       John J. Sweeney       John Tkacik       Arthur Waldron
Jennifer Windsor       Larry Wortzel
William Kristol Gary Bauer        Max Boot        Frank Carlucci, Eliot Cohen         Midge Decter        Thomas Donnelly
Frank Gaffney        Daniel Goure        Bruce P. Jackson Donald Kagan        Robert Kagan        Lewis E. Lehrman
Tod Lindberg        Rich Lowry        Daniel McKivergan     Joshua Muravchik        Danielle Pletka        Norman
Podhoretz     Stephen P. Rosen        Gary Schmitt         Randy Scheunemann        William Schneider, Jr.        
Richard Shultz       Henry Sokolski       Chris Williams         R. James Woolsey
chairman of the Project, is editor of the influential Washington-based political
magazine, the Weekly Standard. Widely recognized as one of the nation's
leading political analysts and commentators, Mr. Kristol regularly appears on all
the major television public affairs shows. Before starting the Weekly Standard in
1995, Mr. Kristol led the Project for the Republican Future, where he helped
shape the strategy that produced the 1994 Republican congressional victory.
Prior to that, Mr. Kristol served as chief of staff to Vice President Dan Quayle
during the Bush Administration and to Secretary of Education William Bennett
under President Reagan. Before coming to Washington in 1985, Mr. Kristol
taught politics at the University of Pennsylvania and Harvard's Kennedy School
of Government.
is co-founder with William Kristol of the Project for the New American Century.
He is a senior associate at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, a
contributing editor at the Weekly Standard, and a columnist for the Washington
Post. From 1985-1988, Mr. Kagan was Deputy for Policy in the State
Department's Bureau of Inter-American Affairs. From 1984-1985, he was a
member of the State Department's Policy Planning Staff and principal
speechwriter to Secretary of State George P. Schultz. In 1983, he served as
foreign policy advisor to Congressman Jack Kemp and as Special Assistant to
the Deputy Director of the United States Information Agency. In 1981, he was
Assistant Editor at the Public Interest. Mr. Kagan holds a bachelor's degree from
Yale College and master's degree in public policy and international relations
from Harvard University's Kennedy School of Government. He is a member of
the Council on Foreign Relations and the Alexander Hamilton fellow in American
diplomatic history at American University.
former director of the CIA, 1993-95, Mr. Woolsey is presently a member of the
Board of Directors or Board of Managers of: Linsang Partners, LLC; BC
International Corporation; Fibersense Technology Corporation; Invicta Networks,
Inc.; DIANA, LLC; Agorics, Inc.; and Sun HealthCare Group, Inc. He is also a
member of the Board of Governors of the Philadelphia Stock Exchange. He has
served in the past as a member of the Boards of: USF&G; Yurie Systems, Inc.;
Martin Marietta; British Aerospace, Inc.; Fairchild Industries; Titan Corporation;
and DynCorp. Besides serving as Director of Central Intelligence, Mr. Woolsey has
served in the U.S. government as: Ambassador to the Negotiation on Conventional
Armed Forces in Europe (CFE), Vienna, 1989-1991; Under Secretary of the Navy,
1977-1979; and General Counsel to the U.S. Senate Committee on Armed
Services, 1970-73.
Francis Fukuyama is Dean of Faculty and Bernard L. Schwartz Professor of
International Political Economy at the Paul
H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies of Johns Hopkins University.
Francis Fukuyama