By Eustace Mullins
The CDL Report
A Publication of the New Christian Crusade Church
Published by the Christian Defense League
P.O. Box 449
Arabi, Louisiana, 70032
Modern Jewelry, a trade publication circulated to the nation's jewelry stores, is not a magazine generally read by American anti-Communists. The June, 1988 issue carried a fullpage advertisement featuring the former Secretary of State, Henry Kissinger. Paid for by the Diamond, Jewelry and Watch Division of the United Jewish Appeal and Federation of Jewish Philanthropies, the advertisement headlined an earnest Henry Kissinger's appeal to "Demonstrate your solidarity with our brothers and sisters in Israel." Solidarity, of course, is a key word in the lexicon of Jewish international socialism and finance. That is why international agitators in Poland named their movement "solidarity". Solidarity has always been the watchword of the American labor movement, in which American workers were compelled by law to pay a tax, called union dues, to international Jewish socialist organizations allied with the lowest and most vicious underworld terrorists.
UJA chairman of the dinner, to be held at Marriott Marquis on Broadway in New York City, was Andrew H. Tisch, of the family which now owns CBS and until recently dominated the U.S. Postal Service. Kissinger was to receive $35.000 for his charitable workout, but not to worry; UJA expected each diner, a wealthy jeweler, to make at least a ten thousand dollar donation to the UJA, tax free, the tax burden to be thrust later on American workers, Think of that ten thousand dollar donation the next time you stop in at your friendly local jewelry store.
Although Henry Kissinger never advertised his solidarity with "our brothers and sisters in Israel", while he served as Secretary of State and head of the National Security Council under the unlamented Richard Nixon (who was actually under Kissinger, even though he was President of the United States), the matter was never in doubt. When Nixon named Kissinger Secretary of State, Israeli Ambassador Abba Eban and the world's leading terrorist, Prime Minister Menachem Begin of Israel, openly exulted, in public quotes, "The appointment of Dr. Kissinger as Secretary of State has as much significance as the United Nations vote to create the State of Israel." Kissinger, a long time friend of the notorious Anti Defamation League of B'nai B'Rith, the most active terrorist organization operating in the United States, reassured the Zionists of their faith in him by making public speeches at some twenty-five ADL fund raising events while he was serving as Secretary of State. He also pulled off an outstanding public relations coup by "requesting" that his ostensible boss, President Richard Nixon, make a public fundraising speech at an ADL national convention.
During the 1930s and the 1940s, the ADL was generally filed by intelligence groups under "KGB operation". Its activities in the United States were largely confined to harassing, intimidating and defeating for public office anyone who publicly criticized Communism. Kissinger himself was described by Communist defectors as a longtime KGB agent whose code name was "BOR", recruited by the Soviets while serving in the U.S. Occupation Government in Germany after World War II. His handler in the U.S., a Dr. Helmut Sonnenfeldt, also emerged as an influential government official, participating in the highest levels of government intelligence operations as a "consultant" to the Department of State. There was considerable speculation that he also functioned as a "consultant" to various other governments, but no serious effort was made to find out. Certainly Kissinger felt at home with the KGB-directed ADL organization. After the State of Israel was established in 1948, the hardline Stalinists and KGB operatives in the ADL were either weeded out or died of old age, allowing the ADL to reemerge as the official unregistered lobbyist for the State of Israel in the United States (tax exempt, of course).
Because its KGB operations had always been sub rosa, the ADL's tax-exempt status as a terrorist organization dedicated to blackmailing, intimidating and harassing American citizens had never been challenged. Now that it suddenly reemerged as an illegal, unregistered agent for a foreign power, the State of Israel, Kissinger advised its leaders that its tax-exempt status needed shoring up against possible government scrutiny, however unlikely that might be. None other than the former commissioner of the Internal Revenue Service (under his leadership, the IRS was popularly known as "the Israeli Revenue Service"), one Sheldon Cohen, donated his services to rewrite the U.S. tax code to expressly give the Anti-Defamation League permanent and irrevocable tax exemption, the code revisions also being broadened to grant all Zionist underground organizations in the U.S., some seven hundred groups a told, the same tax exemption. By some legislative legerdemain, the revised U.S. tax code has since managed to deny tax exemption to any group in the United States which criticizes the State of Israel, or which tries to defend the American worker against the unconscionable assaults on the U.S. Treasury by the rapacious and insatiable Zionist representatives in Washington. Sheldon Cohen's charitable endeavors were inexplicably rewarded when his Washington law firm became the highly paid private representative for the State of Israel.
As President Nixon's righthand man in Washington, Henry Kissinger ran amuck. Not content with "cleaning out" the State Department, that is, getting rid of the few oldtimers who still grumbled about American tax support of the Soviet Union and Israel; he moved on to build up the National Security Agency as the nation's primary intelligence group, superseding the Central Intelligence Agency. He managed to serve simultaneously as head of the State Dept. and the National Security Agency, quickly building a circle of young protégés who have since dominated the Washington scene; such now familiar names as Lt. Gen. Brent Scowcroft, Gen. Alexander Haig, Robert McFarlane, Admiral John Poindexter, and Col. Oliver North. Col. North hired a handsome secretary, Fawn Hall, who lusted to become a nationally known model. She was the daughter of Wilma Hall, longtime private secretary to Henry Kissinger. Ben Bradlee's book about North, Guts and Glory, notes that when President Reagan formed his Presidential Commission on Latin America, naming Henry Kissinger as its head, Kissinger brought in his protégé, Oliver North. Observers noted that "He (North) hung out with Henry -- more often than not he was at Henry's elbow." Kissinger had obtained for his protégé the position of deputy director of the National Security Agency, of the political-military affairs division, in charge of all military programs for Latin America. This set the stage for the Iran-contra deal.
Amazingly enough, only one American publicly announced his outrage and disgust at the taking over of the United States government in Washington by the power-mad "Bor", or Henry Kissinger. This was the Chief of Naval Operations, Admiral Elmo Zumwalt. In his book, "On Watch", Zumwalt described Kissinger's "secret agenda" of which the American people had remained blissfully unaware, "the Nixon administration's perversion of the policymaking process" and "its ignoble outlook". Zumwalt continued, "Its contempt for the patriotism and intelligence of the American people, for the constitutional authority of the Congress, and for the judgement of its own officials and experts, reflected Henry Kissinger's world view: that the dynamics of history are on the side of the Soviet Union; that before long the USSR will be the only superpower on earth." Kissinger's solution was "to proceed as cleverly and rapidly as possible to make the best possible deal with the Soviet Union while there is still time to make any deal." Thus the survival of the American people depends entirely on Kissinger's ability to "make a deal" with the Soviet Union, a grim prospect indeed.
Although Kissinger ostensibly functioned as a "bridge between the two super powers", the Soviet Union and the United States, he also became the bridge between the two Communist parties in the United States, the Democratic Party, which had been openly converted to a Stalinist philosophy of government in 1933 under Franklin Delano Roosevelt, and the Republican Party, which had become entirely dominated by the "anti-Communist", "neo-conservative" Trotskyite Communist Party, operating through its primary front, the League for Industrial Democracy, when the Reagan Administration took power in Washington in 1980. The Republican Party was totally committed to the State of Israel, the world headquarters of the Trotskyite Communist group since 1948, and, as such, was palpably anti-Stalinist. Thus the American stage was set for two diametrically opposed Communist parties, the Democrats and the Republicans, to face off each other with genuine disagreements about how much of American workers taxes should be given to Moscow and how much should be given to Tel Aviv. In this situation, the British Secret Intelligence Service, SIS, Mossad, the Israeli Intelligence Service, the FBI, the CIA, and the KGB, operated in an often confusing tangle of plots and counterplots, allegiances and broken promises, betrayals and occasional assassinations. One factor remained constant -- the American taxpayer continued to pick up the bill for the globetrotting activities of the various James Bonds who were working for and against each other, usually under the far-off supervision of the ubiquitous "Dr. Goldfinger" Henry Kissinger.
As the world representative of the Rothschild-Rockefeller financial operations, Kissinger formed a consulting firm, Kissinger Associates. His partner was his English counterpart, Lord Carrington of England, former Minister of State, and now head of NATO, the unofficial world government operating in Brussels, headquarters of the Rothschild money machine. Carrington was a Rothschild family relation, his ancestor, Lord Rosebery, having married Hannah Rothschild in 1878, the first Rothschild marriage outside the magical circle of "cousins".
Although many Americans breathed a sigh of relief that Kissinger had seemingly left the government to engage in various moneymaking enterprises, he was never far away, resurfacing under Reagan as head of the Presidential Commission on Latin America. The machinations of this operation soon brought the entire government of the United States to a screeching halt, as revelations of Kissinger's protégés in the Iran Contra scheme came to light. The government has been totally paralyzed ever since, resulting in a massive stock market crash on Oct. 19, 1987, and the grim outlook for a lengthy recession in late 1988 or early 1989. The attention of the American people will be diverted one more time, by the sideshow of two Communist parties frantically struggling to elect their nominee to the Presidency of the United States. Once this dumb show is over, the American people can settle down to a steady diet of bread and water, as higher taxes, more government paralysis, and the "Kissinger effect" reduces the once proud American republic to the world status of an India or a Zimbabwe....