Herbert London, head of the pro-Israel London Center for Policy Research, says his organization helped influence the US Congress to pass the anti-Palestinian Taylor Force Act…. We served as a guide to key congressman who played important roles in getting the bill passed such as Congressman Keith Rothfus from Pennsylvania….
Michael Makovsky of the neocon Jewish Institute for National Security of America (JINSA) has a plan for countering Iranian influence in the Middle East: he wants the US to redraw borders all over the region, creating “loose confederations or new countries… Such an arrangement would supposedly be great for the US (In actuality, it’s Israeli strategists who desire it). The question is, if Makovsky favors redrawing borders along ethno-sectarian lines, how about starting with Israel/Palestine?
Neoconservatives won’t stop until their plans to remake the Middle East are realized, and Iran is next on the list. But is this in our best interests?