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Dr. D. James Kennedy   William R. Kennedy   Alan Keyes   William A. Keyes   Paul A. Kienel   Cliff Kincaid   Jerry Kirk   Larry Klayman   Brig. General Albion W. Knight   Dr. Robert H. Krieble


Dr. D. James Kennedy - (d. Sept 5, 2007) CNP 1984-85, 1988, 1996, 1998; Senior Pastor, Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church; founder and president, Evangelism Explosion International, 1971, 1976 and 1980 recipient George Washington Honor Medal Award, Freedoms Foundation; Religious Heritage of America 1984 "Clergyman of the Year" award ; Civitan International 1986 "International Clergyman of the Year"; 

Member of National Religious Broadcasters Board of Directors, current or past> See: The 2005 National Religious Broadcasters (NRB) Convention With Focus On Mel Gibson's The Passion Recut and also see: The 2005 National Religious Broadcasters (NRB) Convention With Focus On Michael Rood

Founded  Knox Theological Seminary, Coral Ridge Ministries, the Center for Reclaiming America 1 , the Center for Christian Statesmanship: 2  and Westminster Academy. He is also the author of more than 40 books; endorser of A Call to Evangelical Unity- The Gospel of Jesus Christ - An Evangelical Celebration!; [See: EJECT; Evangelicals and Catholics Together

Member of The Interfaith Council for Environmental Stewardship (ICES) or Signer of Cornwall Declaration  > See: ICES

An ad in Charisma and Christian Life promoted the astrology and zodiac teachings of Dr. Kennedy. "Startling discoveries made by eminent theologian Dr. D. James Kennedy prove that God created the Zodiac! God intended the stars to foretell the future of the world. Discover what Dr. Kennedy calls BIBLICAL ASTROLOGY or the Gospel in the stars. Order, 'The Real Meaning of the Zodiac' book" [See: Astrology: The Gospel of Truth??]  ; National Steering Committee Member  of COR

Dennis Peacocke's Coalition on Revival (COR) is headed by Jay Grimstead. Peacocke was a disciple of Bob Mumford and his shepherding movement.; Jay Grimstead's COR Manifesto is the document which outlines COR's goals and objectives. The 135 Christian activists who signed the document in 1986 committed themselves to working for the realization of COR's goals "until the day we die." Those on the COR steering committee include other CNP members as well as recognized shepherding movement leaders such as Bob Mumford and Ern Baxter, as well as Jack Van Impe. 

Kennedy hosts an annual "Reclaiming America for Christ" conference, at which fellow activists like Shirley Dobson, Larry Poland, and Janet Parshall exhort Christians to organize at the grassroots level, swaying the decisions of national policymakers; April 19, 2000, ecumenical group form the Interfaith Council for Environmental Stewardship (ICES) [SEE: ICES] members include, Father Richard John Neuhaus of the magazine First Things, James Dobson of Focus on the Family, D. James Kennedy of Coral Ridge Ministries, Bill Bright, Tom Minnery, etc., and Rabbi Daniel Lapin of Toward Tradition.  Footnotes 1-2

William R. Kennedy ~ CNP 1988; founder and chairman, Western Monetary Consultants; publisher, American Press International and The Western Monetary Report; founder and chairman, Western Legal Institute; former publisher, Conservative Digest; past chairman, Colorado Conservative Caucus; former candidate, U.S. House of Representatives; economic historian and financial expert; conservative activist for over 20 years.

Alan Keyes - CNP 1996, 1998, 1999; Founder & Chair, The Declaration Foundation public policy organization, 1996-present; Founder & Chair, 3 Black America's Political Action Committee (BAMPAC), 1993-present; Chair, Life & Liberty PAC. Unsuccessful candidate for the GOP nomination for President, 1996. Unsuccessful GOP nominee for US Senator, 1988 and 1992;  served in the U.S. Foreign Service and on the staff of the National Security Council before becoming Ronald Reagan's Ambassador to the U.N. Economic and Social Council as deputy to Jeanne Kirkpatrick (1983-85), representing the United Sates in the U.N. General Assembly. He was then appointed Assistant Secretary of State for International Organization Affairs (1985-87).; speaker at Israel's Jubilee Celebration 4 [See: EJECT]  Host of The Alan Keyes Show: America's Wake-Up Call, a nationally-syndicated call-in radio talk show; President of Citizens Against Government Waste (CAGW)1989-91 5, founded by J. Peter Grace, CFR.; served as Interim President of Alabama A&M University in 1991. Founder of CAGW's National Taxpayer's Action Day 6;  scholar/fellow at American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy 7 , AEI in 1988 to 1989. 

Chairman of Declaration Foundation: 8 Restoring America." ..."dedicated to restoring the principles of the Declaration of Independence to their rightful place in American life. It is not a political organization, and takes no position on candidates or elections. Rather, it aims to educate Americans of all parties and persuasions about the God-given rights that underlie our republic...." Dr. Richard Ferrier, President, served on the CA Steering Committee for the Keyes for President campaign in 1996, and worked on the Keyes2000 team as well. Dr. Ferrier has taught at Thomas Aquinas College since 1978.

Alan Keyes was/is a member of the South Africa Lobby in the United States, a group supporting the pro-apartheid administration in South Africa. He left government service to join the public relations firm of Black, Manafort, Stone, and Kelly to assist in preparing for Angolan rebel leader Jonas Savimbi's tour of Washington DC... Keyes served on the World Freedom Foundation's Bi-Partisan Commission on Free and Fair Elections in Nicaragua. The World Freedom Foundation (WFF) is a stridently anticommunist group and its representatives were denied visas to enter Nicaragua to observe the 1990 elections because of their strong pro-contra bias. 9 

Freedom House 10 > and it's history/associations: Alan Keyes received his Ph.D. in Government Affairs in 1979 from Harvard, where his roommate was William Kristol, [Bilderberger] editor and publisher of The Weekly Standard, an influential journal of politics and ideas published in Washington, D. C. William Kristol ran Alan Keyes' 1988 Senate Campaign in Maryland. The Weekly Standard Deputy Editor is John Podhoretz. John's dad... Norman Podhoretz is a member of the CFR and his mother, Midge Decter, is a vice president of the Socialist League for Industrial Democracy. 11  

In 1985 William Kristol was hired by Bill Bennett 12  to serve in the federal Department of Education, where he quickly rose to chief of staff. He has served as chairman of the Project for the Republican Future from 1993 to 1994 and as the director of the Bradley Project on the '90s at the Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation in Milwaukee in 1993. (from Board of Visitors page at George Mason University. 13 

William Kristol's father, Irving Kristol, (CFR-lifetime member) joined the Young People's Socialist League in the 30s. 14 

In 1953 Irving Kristol founded and was editor of  the magazine "Encounter" in England, which was secretly supported by the CIA. It ran articles for Fabian Socialist and Bilderberger Huge Gaitskell, head of the Labor Party. 15  Irving co-founded, in 1965, with Daniel Bell, (CFR) "The Public Interest." Magazine. 16  This was a publication of "Freedom House.", which has received major support from The Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation and has such as Jeane J. Kirkpatrick as a trustee and CNP's Alan P. Dye .

For Fabian Society See: The Clapham Sect & The Socialists ; The Cecil Rhodes Connection; The Clapham Sect, The Ghost Society & The Word of God; World Vision: Institute for Global Engagement & Eastern College

Kristol was co-founder of Coalition for a Democratic Majority (CDM) who also has Kirkpatrick as a member. 17  

Freedom House was run by George Field who was chairman of the Rand School for Social Science owned by the American Socialist Society. 18 

Daniel Bell, Kristols partner, also belonged to the Young Socialist League 19 and was a director for the League for Industrial Democracy , which was the American equivalent of the Fabian Society. Previous to 1921, it was named the Intercollegiate Socialist Society, 20  it's goals to advance the ideas of Marxism.  Upton Sinclair and Jack London founded ISS in 1905 and Upton later founded the American Civil Liberties Union of California. Among the activities pursued by the League were research, lecture and information services, and development of plans for increasing social control. Jeane Kirkpatrick's name was on the letterhead of the League for Industrial Democracy until recently.

Intercollegiate Socialist Society, as stated, was organized by Upton Sinclair, Jack London and also Clarence Darrow, John Dewey and others. It's permanent headquarters was at the Rand School of Social Science in 1908, with the name changed to League for Industrial Democracy, and whose 1935 president was John Dewey. 21  

Like Kristol, Danel Bell was subsidized by the CIA through the Congress for Cultural Freedom of which Bell was a leader. Irving Kristol's partner Daniel Bell has suggested that we do away with state boundaries and most local government. That is not surprising since he was a member of the Institute for American Democracy, an offshoot of the  Anti Defamation League (ADL). 22 

Kristol also co-founded Institute for Educational Affairs with William E. Simon   in 1978, "financial resources directed toward sympathetic scholars and the research projects of think tanks." According to John Saloma, the Institute for Educational Affairs has dispensed more than $2.5 million in grants to academics since 1979. 23 

CNP's William Simon [CFR] was chairman of the Nicaraguan Freedom Fund. He is or was on the board of AmeriCares and is a longtime member of the Knights of Malta, both of which were a part of the Nicaraguan contra supply network. 24  Former Chairman, AmeriCares Advisory Committee (1982-1995)  which  also included, J. Peter Grace, William E. Simon  (CFR), Treasury Secretary under Richard Nixon; Ambassador-At-Large is Barbara Bush; Honorary Chair of AmeriCares is Zbigniew Brzezinski (BB/CFR/TC);  other Advisory Committee members, Prescott S. Bush, Jr., brother to former Pres. George Bush (CFR),  Gen. Colin L. Powell (ret.) 33º Mason (CFR) and Sol M. Linowitz (CFR/TC), chairman of Xerox Corp. and officer of the World Future Society. 25  

The World Future Society held a 1982 conference, in which Al Gore welcomed and arranged for members of Congress to attend. He also moderated a session including New Age networkers Barbara Marx Hubbard and other New Agers and Club of Rome members. Gore was also plenary speaker at the 1986 World Future Society Conference. 26 

World Future Society 27 of which Jay Gary, David B. Barrett, founder and president Global Evangelization Movement (GEM) and Todd M. Johnson, GEM, and YWAM missionary, are also members. See: Jay Gary & The World Future Society; World Vision: Global Education; Jay Gary

Zbigniew Brzezinski was the inspiration and co-founder of the Trilateral Commission with David Rockefeller.  See: The Wycliffe Bible Translators, John Mott &  Rockefeller Connections.

Sol Linowitz was also a representative to the Organization of American States and co-founder in 1964 with David Rockefeller (CFR) of the International Executive Services Corp, an international business development organization for which Linowitz and Rockefeller received the Medal of Freedom Award in 1998. See: Rockefeller: Skeletons in the Closet

William E. Simon, Jr., is a Heritage Foundation Trustee since 2000, and is Executive Director, William E. Simon & Sons, Pacific Palisades, CA

For ten years Daniel Bell worked for CFR's Henry C. Luce at Fortune magazine. In 1969, Irving Kristol was made the Henry R. Luce professor at New York University.  Freedom House's Bookshelf Program was run by Rex Stout who previously published New Masses, a Communist Weekly. Nelson Rockefeller gave Irving Kristol $100,000 through his Commission on Critical Choices for writing 15 short essays.  

National Affairs, Inc. is the organization that Kristol runs, which controls The Public Interest and The National Interest and publishes The National Interest and The Public Interest magazines. Henry Kissinger, Jeane Kirkpatrick and author Charles Murray are on the magazines' advisory boards. National Affairs, Inc. has received more than $4 million from the Bradley Foundation alone since 1986. 28 

Jeanne Kirkpatrick is a member of the Trilateral Commission and the CFR. Evron, her husband was with the OSS, State Department and was Director of the Office of Intelligence Research. His specialty was behavioral science. Since 1954, he had been the executive director of the American Political Science Association. Reagan's National Security was made up of CFR George P. Schultz, CFR/T,  Henry Kissinger, CFR, William Casey, CFR/T, Casper Weinberger, CFR/TC, George Bush, CFR Alexander Haig and CFR Gen. David Jones with David Rockefeller (Chairman of CFR/T) being an advisor on the Presidents Commission on Executive Exchange. 

"El Slavador's...1932...General Maximiliano Hernandez Martinez crushed a peasant rebellion and slaughtered 30,000 Salvadorans. "It is a greater crime to kill an ant that a man, " Hernandez Martinez once said, "for when a man dies he becomes reincarnated, while an ant dies forever." El Salvador's contemporary death squads are heirs to the Hernandez Martinez legacy. Indeed, Jeane Kirkpatrick praised Hernandez Martinez as a "hero" in a 1981 paper for the American Enterprise Institute: "It is said 30,000 persons lost their lives...To many Salvadoreans the violence of this repression seems less important than the fact of restored order and the thirteen years of civil peace that ensued...The traditionalist death squads that pursue revolutionary activists and  and leaders in contemporary El Salvador call themselves Hernandez Martinez Brigades, seeking thereby to place themselves in El Salvador's political tradition and communicate their purpose." 29 

For many years Irving Kristol made his Washington base of operations at the American Enterprise Institute [AEI], which individuals include William Kristol,  Irving's son, former Dan Quayle handler; Robert BorkCharles Murray, Michael Novak, Jeane Kirkpatrick, Senior Fellow,  Dinesh D'Souza. A John M. Olin scholar at AEI.....  AEI  is funded by the Olin Foundation, Castle Rock Foundation, Sarah Scaife Foundation, Bradley Foundation, Scaife Family Foundation, and more. 30

Michael Novak, "One AEI interest deserves special note, the Center for the Study of Religion Philosophy, and Public Policy and the related fields of democratic capitalism and mediating structures...AEI resident Scholar Michael Novak...has been pivotal in AEI's theological and religious outreach program. Novak's columns appear regularly in the National Catholic Reporter and he is active in the Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights..." 31 

AEI -Brookings Joint Center for Regulatory Studies, "...the American Enterprise Institute and the Brookings Institution have established the new AEI-Brookings Joint Center for Regulatory Studies. The primary purpose of the Joint Center is to hold lawmakers and regulators accountable for their decisions by providing thoughtful, objective analyses of existing regulatory programs and new regulatory proposals." 32 

"AEI welcomed as resident scholars libertarian economist Milton Friedman, as well as neoconservative thinkers Seymour Martin Lipset, Ben Wattenberg, and Irving Kristol...AEI, Hoover, and corporate funded  university programs concentrated on "free market" research and advocacy." 33  


Irving Kristol is on advisory board of National Association of Scholars (NAS) as is Jean Kirkpatrick., who is also on the board of Empower America.. with Jack Kemp, who is Co-director, along with William Bennett, Jeanne Kirkpatrick and Vin Weber, who is co-director of the Aspen Institute’s Domestic Strategy Group. Bilderberger William Kristol joined with CFR member Vin Weber in forming Empower America in 1991. Advisory board of NAS also includes Chester Finn of Hudson and Edison Project. Finn is a also currently a John M. Olin Fellow at the Manhattan Institute (he was formerly with the Hudson Institute 1998). 34 

The Manhattan Institute was founded in 1978 by William Casey, who later became director of the Central Intelligence Agency. 35 

The Edison Project is Part of Goals 2000. Edison Project is an initiative to build a national, private, for-profit school system. Time-Warner is full partner in the Project. Other partners and financiers include Phillips Electronics and Associated Newspaper Holdings which spent $60 million for the 3 year study. Team Members included Chester E. Finn who had been Reagan's Secretary of Education, and John Chubb of Brookings Institution and Center for Education and Innovation. Chubb was a leader in selling the idea of the Voucher system. Brookings prepared a report entitled "Education for Social Change". It has also been involved with the Global Interdependence Center (GIC), founded in Philadelphia in 1976, which produced the Declaration of Interdependence with project funding from the Rockefeller Foundation....the Board of the GIC convened two which representatives from the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund, the European Economic Communities, the Federal Reserve, the Organization of American States, the Institute for International Economics and Brookings Institution were a result...[the paper] International Economic Policy: A Proposal for Reform, written by ...Klein...Heebner, and Robert Soloman, "A Guest scholar at Brookings Institution...with the Federal Reserve board for 28 years...and recipient of the Rockefeller Public Service Award... 36.

The Edison Project became "Edison Schools, founded in 1992 as The Edison Project, is the country's leading private manager of public schools. Edison has now implemented its school design in 113 public schools, including many charter schools, which it operates under management contracts with local school districts and charter boards. More than 57,000 students currently attend Edison partnership schools." 37 

" 1964...The Institute of Educational Leadership is formed to develop educational leaders in the U.S. On its Board of Directors...Donna Shalala...a member of the CFR, Trilateral Commission, on the Board of Directors of the Committee for Economic Development, and will become President Clinton's Secretary of Health and Human Services...On IEL's National Advisory Board will be...Francis Keppel, who will be Director of the Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies Education Program...IEL"s supporters will include the NEA,...the Carnegie, IBM, and Xerox Corporations...and the Rockefeller Foundations; Aspen Institute; U.S. Department of Education and Health and Human Services; Time Warner Inc: and Lilly Endowment." 38 

Benno C. Schmidt , Jr. joined Chris Whittle on the Edison Project, to "create a national system of private schools...[he] is associated with the Aspen Institute. 39  

National Association of Scholars received $125,000 from the Olin Foundation in 1994; Bradley granted $378,000 between 1990 and 1992 and authorized a two-year, $150,000 grant in 1994; the Scaife Foundations have contributed more than $400,000 in recent years; and the Adolph Coors, J.M. and Smith Richardson foundations are also regular contributors. 40 

Smith Richardson foundation, under President R. Randolph Richardson, made it's mark by bankrolling an idea. "the foundation has become the source of funding in the supply-side became the place to go if you have a project that needs money." In 1975, Richardson asked Irving Kristol to help him recruit new staff for the Smith Richardson Foundation. Nathan Glazer, Kristol's co-editor at The Public Interest (funded in part by Richard Scaife) told Kristol about...Leslie Lenkowsky...Welles also credited Wanniski with converting Kristol to the supply-side faith, as well as Robert L. Bartley, his boss at The Wall Street Journal editorial page, Congressman Jack Kemp , and (through his aide, Jeffrey Bell,) candidate Ronald Reagan ....Smith Richardson made numerous grants for developing supply-side theory to groups like AEI, Heritage, Martin Feldstein's National Bureau of Economic Research and the Lehrman Institute [ "Lew" Lehrman ]..." 41 

Irving Kristol wrote, "Though the educational establishment would rather die that admit it, multiculturalism is a desperate -- and surely self-defeating -- strategy for coping with the educational deficiencies, and associated social pathologies, of young blacks. Did these black students and their problems not exists, we would hear little of multiculturalism." ["Neo-Conservativism, The Autobiography of an Idea, Selected Essays 1949-1995" by Irving Kristol.] --TFT  42   Footnotes 3-42

William A. Keyes ~   CNP 1988; founder and chairman, BLACK PAC, [1984] the nations foremost conservative black political action committee; president and co-founder with CNP"s Jay Parker, International Public Affairs Consultants, Inc.; Contributing editor to CNP's Jay Parkers' Lincoln Review; contributing editor Conservative Digest; director, National Right to Life Committee; advisor Young Americans for Freedom 43; former economist, Joint Economic Committee, U.S. Congress; former senior policy advisor, the White House and aide to Ronald Reagan.

"Since its founding,[1978] the Lincoln Institute has had close ties to the ... World Anti-Communist League (WACL). WACL aggressively supported right-wing governments and military movements in Central America and Southern Africa, such as the Contras in Nicaragua, the ARENA Party in El Salvador, UNITA in Angola, RENAMO in Mozambique, and the Inkatha Freedom Party in South Africa, among others. Parker served on the Board of the US WACL affiliate and Lee Edwards, another Lincoln Institute founder, was a principal WACL organizer in the United States and WACL's registered agent in 1982...Clarence Thomas and Jay A. Parker served together on Ronald Reagan's 1980 transition team for the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). According to Parker, the team "argued strenuously" against affirmative action, which they viewed as "a new racism." By March 1981, Parker had become a registered agent for the South African homeland of Venda. In June 1981, Clarence Thomas joined the Advisory Board of the Lincoln Institute's quarterly publication, The Lincoln Review. At the same time, Thomas became an Assistant Secretary of Education. Parker's Justice Department filings state that soon after he began representing Venda, he held discussions with US Department of Education officials about his client. In 1985, Parker and William Keyes, the former Reagan aide (and a contributing editor for The Lincoln Review), founded a lobbying organization called International Public Affairs Consultants, Inc. (IPAC). That same year, IPAC began representing the South African Embassy. Clarence Thomas was listed as one of a handful of guests attending an IPAC dinner for the South African Ambassador in 1987. In 1984, Keyes started Black PAC, with Parker serving as treasurer, to work for Jesse Helms' re-election, and to oppose the "terrorist outlaw" African National Congress (ANC) and "extremists" such as Jesse Jackson and the Congressional Black Caucus. In June 1987, the conservative weekly Human Events 44 reported that Thomas, then of the EEOC, and Clarence Pendleton, who was then Reagan's chair of the US Civil Rights Commission, attended a Black PAC strategy session to plan for important political battles being waged in Congress...June 1987, Thomas made a well-known speech at the Heritage Foundation, in which he said: "A few dissidents like Thomas Sowelland, J. A. Parker stand steadfast, refusing to give in to the cult mentality and childish obedience that hypnotize black Americans into a mindless political trance. I admire them, and only wish I had a fraction of their courage and strength." Thomas remained on The Lincoln Review's Advisory Board throughout the period Parker and Keyes represented the South African government, resigning at the time he was appointed to the Federal Court of Appeals in March 1990." 45  Footnotes 43-45

Paul A. Kienel ~ CNP 1984-85,1988; was executive director, Association of Christian Schools International, largest association of Christian schools in the world.

Cliff Kincaid- CNP 1998; president of America's Survival 46, a public policy organization; contributes regularly to The American Legion Magazine and CNP's Reed Irvine's Accuracy in Media (AIM) Report; co-hosts the AIM daily radio commentary "Media Monitor; director of the American Sovereignty Action Project 47 which is an offshoot of CNP's Floyd Brown's Citizens United; Advisory Council, Sovereignty International. 48; has served as aide to former White House National Security Council staffer Oliver North (CNP); worked with Congressman Roscoe Bartlett to introduce the United Nations Erroneous Debt Act (HR 934); consulted on UN issues for American for Tax Reform and the Christian Action Network.  Footnotes 46-48

Update: The following email exchange was forwarded to this writer. Due to an article circulated from the pen of Cliff Kincaid, [Source: America's Survival, Inc. > , "Conservative" Washington Times Used by Sun Myung Moon in Pro-United Nations Scheme,] about Moon and his fronts, a reader sent an email  query to Mr. Kincaid noting his, " objections to a reporter not telling all the story. So I wonder why your  org. does not tell everyone about your involvement with the Council for National Policy which is a group of Moonies, neo-conservatives, CFR types, CIA types, Birchers, Opus Dei types, Knights of Malta types, ecumenicals,  psycho-babblers, New Agers, politicians, populists and so forth. Since Moon  has plenty of connections to the CNP and so do a lot of other very  questionable people, what is your interest in being a member?" 

The following is his reply in full:

From: Cliff Kincaid []

Sent: Thursday, February 07, 2002 3:58 PM

Subject: Re: cliff Kincaid

I am NOT a member. I let my membership lapse because it was too expensive.

So there!

----The correspondent replied with:

So the only reason you're not a member is because it was too expensive?  Is  this supposed to be funny? When people like the Coors and Weyrich and Ollie North and people with Rockefeller connections and NWO connections are all in  the same organization it's obvious that something is rotten in Denmark. What  do all these people have in common? As a reporter maybe you can enlighten  many of us out here who are curious about their agenda.

----- Mr. Kincaid responded: 

From: Cliff Kincaid []

Sent: Thursday, February 07, 2002 4:21 PM

Subject: Re: cliff Kincaid

The CNP meetings are as boring as any meetings you could attend up here in D.C. CNP- type meetings are held by various conservative groups around this town every day. They deal with all kinds of issues. There's nothing hidden about anything I saw there.

My point about the Times is that they concealed a Moon connection to a news story they covered. That is a violation of their own ethics on covering Moon. Also, Moon has changed his orientation, to a pro-UN, pro-Farrakhan view. This is very dangerous.

Quit fretting over the CNP. You've been sold a bill of goods about the "conspiracy." If there is one, it's not there. Take a breath. And yes, the meetings were too expensive.

.......Correspondent response:

"Also, Moon has changed his orientation, to a pro-UN, pro-Farrakhan view. This is very dangerous." So I gather that up until Moon "changed his orientation" you were all for him. Even though his followers have been married in mass weddings, their spouses chosen for them by Moon, and even though Moon has made blasphemous, outrageous, absurd statements, including that Jesus failed in his work and Moon is the savior and disgusting remarks about God's sexual practices? And the fact that Moon is a convicted felon is not a problem? Just a few months ago Moon was traveling through America trying to get more followers. I didn't hear any "watchmen" putting out the word of Moon's campaign for followers. I find it difficult to believe all the CNPers thought Moon was a good guy until recently. If Moon claimed to be against Communism, whether he was or wasn't, was that a reason to give him a pass? Does the end justify the means?"

.......Kincaid's final response:

From: Cliff Kincaid []

Sent: Thursday, February 07, 2002 9:11 PM

Subject: Re: cliff Kincaid

Why don't you save your venom for those who are in Moon's camp? Don't waste any more of my time. This is what I would expect from a Moonie.

---End Update----

Matthew 7:20 Wherefore by their fruits ye shall know them.

Jerry Kirk - CNP 1996, 1998; founder and president, National Coalition for the Protection of Children and Families, formerly the National Coalition against Pornography; chairman, Religious Alliance against Pornography; former senior pastor, College Hill Presbyterian Church; frequent speaker on pornography issues; author, The Homosexual Crisis in the Mainline Church and The Mind Polluters.

Larry Klayman - CNP 1998; Chairman, Judicial Watch, Inc. 49; former trial attorney, U.S. Department of Justice; former aide, U.S. Senator Richard Schweiker; member, executive finance committee, Kemp for President 1988; co-author, A Fair Playing Field of Trade; member, District of Columbia Bar Association, Florida Bar Association, and American Bar Association   Footnotes 49

Brig. General Albion W. Knight - CNP Board of Governors 1982, member 1984,1988; Chairman of the CNP National Defense Committee, contributor to Front Line, Inc. of Missouri 50  a member of the Council of 56 of the Religious Roundtable. 51 Rt. Rev. Albion W. Knight, Jr., Missionary Bishop, United Episcopal Church of America and member of the American Security Council. 52

Advisory Board of United States Council for World Freedom 53 (1986) which is the U.S. branch of the World Anti-Communist League (WACL).  The U.S. branch brought these elements to the U.S. for WACL's annual meetings in 1984 and 1985. Included was a delegate [Yves Gignac] who served five years in prison for attempting to assassinate Charles DeGaulle, persons who led Nazi SS units or puppet governments during World War II, and architects of mass murder in Latin America. Those meetings served to build support for the FDN Contras as well as UNITA and RENAMO, both allies of South Africa. The U.S. branch, led by Major General John K. Singlaub, also has had racists, anti-Semites and at least one member of a Nazi collaborationist organization on its board. 54 

The U.S. military is allegedly now combined, under the Federal Emergency Management Agency [FEMA], with other departments of the Federal government and with local governments. Army officer, Gen. Ralph E. Haines, Jr., who personally supervised the military policing of the population, went public in an April 11, 1968 press conference, describing his "Operation Garden Plot." 55 which includes, " ...If any civil disturbance by a resistance group, religious organization, or other persons considered to be non-conformist takes place, under Appendix 3 to Annex B of Plan 55-2 hereby gives all Federal forces total power over the situation if local and state authorities cannot put down said dissenters...."

Haines had planned and directed the military arrangements for the takeover of all American cities, and arranged the linkages between the military and Justice Department, local police, and state governments. It was this General Haines who asked [Jim] Ammerman to create his Full Gospel Chaplaincy. In 1978, Haines led a group of American Episcopalian speakers-in-tongues, to Canterbury, England, for a global meeting of the Anglican Church under Queen Elizabeth's Archbishop Donald Coggan. Reportedly, Haines and others launched a world crusade to spread Pentecostalism under Anglican guidance. 

Colleague of Haines, Gen. Albion Knight, U.S. Army (ret.), in a discussion with Anton Chaitkin on June 5, 1997,  praised the Haines-Ammerman project. A nuclear weapons and logistics specialist, Knight is now a Conservative Revolution leader in Howard Phillips' Taxpayers Party. He explained the strategy put in gear at the 1978 Canterbury meeting: Get away from stuffy high churchism. Get with the people. This hard-charging Anglicanism is "exploding in the Third World"; Africa is especially targetted. Intimately identified with the British authorities and the Church of England, General Knight manages the Church Information Center, which, he says, "feeds information to around 125 leaders, an intelligence network in the Anglican world." 56  See: What Happened in Africa?   Footnotes 57-60

Dr. Robert H. Krieble (d.1997) - CNP member 1984, Executive Committee 1988, Board of Governors 1996; CNP Thomas Jefferson Award 1991; Recipient of the Center for Security Policy 57 1994 Freedom Flame; Krieble joined the board of Paul Weyrich's Free Congress Foundation, where he launched his own conservative think tank, the Krieble Institute (1989), an educational project of Paul Weyrich's Free Congress Foundation. Krieble also was former vice chairman of The Heritage Foundation Board of Trustees (since 1978) and 1996 and Chairman of the Finance Committee, contribution about $100,000 per year for almost a decade; co-founder of Loctite Corporation and was a major backer of Newt Gingrich's GOPAC; former member of the Hoover Institution 58. Board of Overseers from 1982 to 1995.

Co-founder and president Citizens for America;  was a director of the National Association of Manufacturers, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, and the conservative U.S. Industrial Council Education Foundation... Krieble supported groups including: Accuracy in Media 59, chairman is CNP's Reed Irvine, the National Conservative Political Action Committee, Hoover Institution, and Heritage Foundation... He was on the board of the Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE), the Chamber of Commerce channel for funding from the National Endowment for Democracy... Krieble and Associates gave a donation of $1,320 to the National Endowment for Democracy in 1989. 60 

Weyrich's Free Congress claims to have trained over 7,000 grassroots activists and organizations in the United States since October 1995. It conducts its training sessions on a monthly basis through the Krieble Institute. The Institute initiated the grassroots political training program in 1995 to take advantage of the "conservative revolution" at home. Teaming up with the Congress' Center for Conservative Governance, it launched a series of satellite conferences to develop conservative leadership at the grassroots level, training 1066 individuals in its first-round efforts. Footnotes 57-60


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