Thursday, March 8, 2012

Anwar's letter to another Zionist sycophant - Carl Gershman


In yet another revelation of opposition leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim’s proclivity to pander to the Zionists, two letters he wrote to the National Endowment for Democracy (NED) have gone viral.

For the record, the NED is a covert CIA front for what the real power (neo cons) in the U.S. endorse as a private, non-profit foundation dedicated to the growth and strengthening of democratic institutions around the world.

The letters dated June 18, 2007 and July 29, 2007, respectively, were written using the AIA letterhead, signed by Anwar Ibrahim and sent to the president of the NED, Carl Gershman at 1025, F Street NW, Suite 800, Washington DC 20004.

The initials AIA stand for ‘Anwar Ibrahim & Associate’, a company owned by the de facto PKR leader, operating out of 585, Grove Street, Suite 135, Herndon, Virginia 20170, USA.

According to a search of its records, the company was formed in April, 2005 and registered with the Virginia State Corporation Commission.

In the letter dated June 18, 2007, Anwar expressed thanks to Gershman who invited him to speak at the Commemoration of the Westminster Address at the Library of Congress (click here for photos) in conjunction with the 25th anniversary of the Ronald Reagan administration.

In the letter, Anwar also asked Gershman for assistance in preparation for the 12th general Election in 2008.

Anwar used the proposal by the Malaysian Center for Electoral Integrity (MCIE) to bring international election observers as justification for his request.

In the event organised by the NED, which was attended by Anwar, the CIA-puppeted organisation made a show of its handing over of documents detailing its history to the Library of Congress, from inception to the manifestation of its global operations.

In his piece, NED and 'Project Democracy' (January 2000), William Blum mentioned Allen Weinstein, who was was credited for having helped draft the legislation that established the National Endowment for Democracy (NED), which was eventually set up under President Ronald Reagan in 1983.

It is interesting to note that in the opening line, he quoted Weinstein saying, “A lot of what we do today was done covertly 25 years ago by the CIA".

As an investigative political writer with a head for U.S. politics, Blum showed how the NED interfered in the affairs of other countries on the pretext of channelling funds for technical training, educational materials, fax and photocopy machines, and even cars to selected political groups, community organisations, associations, the opposition, student groups, publishers, the media and others.

On the surface, the NED is dedicated to fostering the growth of a wide range of democratic institutions abroad, including political parties, trade unions, free markets and business organizations, as well as the many elements of a vibrant civil society that ensure human rights, an independent media, and the rule of law.

In the same vein, NED programmes are, essentially aimed at conveying the philosophical maxim based on a veritable cocktail of such beliefs.

Prior to spreading its poisonous tentacles beyond the Americas, the CIA/NED have notched several successes in bringing about regime change in Panama, Nicaragua, and Haiti. Now, it has surfaced in the Middle East and Thailand.

Colombian journalists and writer, Hernando Calvo Ospina revealed in detail the link between the CIA and the NED in his article, “The CIA’s successors and Collaborators.”

In his speech, Anwar praised Reagan for his efforts in helping to establish the NED, and for having been invited by Gershman to be part of the CIA-fronted organisation.

The second letter sent to Gershman dated July 29, 2007 was a follow up to the first, in which Anwar requested for NED’s involvement in the Malaysian General Election.



He told Gershman that NED’s assistance was crucial in efforts to bring about ‘democracy’ and ‘freedom’ in Malaysia, like how it played its role in other parts of the world.

French journalist and political activist Thierry Meyssan wrote in his piece, “NED: National Endowment for Democracy - The networks of “democratic interference” mentioned Gershman as a former Trotskyite Jew.

He said “Carl Gershman is one of the neo cons.”

Trotskyite are radicals who support Russian Communist Revolutionary leader Leon Trotsky's theory that socialism must be established throughout the world by continuing revolution. Trotsky was evicted from the Soviet Union after fallout with Joseph Stalin. He was assassinated by an axe-wielding attacker in Mexico in 1940.

According to jewwatch.com, Trotsky’s name was originally Lev Davidovich Bronstein. He was born on November 7, 1879, in Kherson Province in Ukraine, the son of Russified Jews. He was educated in Odessa and in Mykolayiv and was a star pupil with enormous intellectual capabilities.

Followers of Trotskyism are mostly found in the folds the American neo-conservatives, who collaborate with the CIA in the fight against Stalinism. These “left-wing idealists” have successfully infiltrated the Republican Party and now have a strong intellectual influence on the White House and Pentagon.

Carl Gershman, who became president of the NED in 1984 till now, operates through four other organisational conduits, namely the National Democratic Institute for International Affairs (NDI), International Republican Institute (IRI), Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE) and ACILS (American Center for International Labor Solidarity).

The NED at the same time sponsors the Freedom House.

Both the instruments (IRI and NDI) have enjoyed enormous sponsorships from the NED, which in turn squeeze its funds from the blood, sweat and tears of the American tax payers.

In his article, “National Endowment for Democracy: Paying to Make Enemies of America”, outspoken critic of American foreign and monetary policies, Ron Paul wrote, “What the NED have done in other countries, through beneficiary organisations such as the NDI and IRI is certainly not legal in the U.S.”

1 comment:

Freddie Kevin said...

Salam,

Great piece and scoop.

I hope you would not mind using your post in my blog.

By the way I have looked into Reagan and conclude that most of his policy/actions were anti-communist. At that time primarily targeting the Soviet Union.

Thank you
Freddie