Prejudice and Hate Crime

May 29, 2020

Prejudice and Hate Crime

Padmini Arhant

Today United States of America is protesting in some parts of the country on the tragic death of  a human being – George Floyd, an African American falling victim to hate crime by an individual whose duty was to protect all citizens from any harm as a law enforcement officer.  

Unfortunately, whenever these incidents occur those committing such violent crimes in their uniform fail to recognize the injury they inflict not only on their target which usually leads to fatality but also the law enforcement they represent to maintain law and order in society that are often violated by some members driven by prejudice against those whom they isolate for purposes other than defined by the state of law. 

Let there be no selective empathy as discrimination based on race, religion, gender, sexual orientation, economic, education and social background as well as differences in any manner are condemnable.

Hate crimes and violence against unarmed citizens are the norm with some gaining national attention leading to mass demonstrations while others barely known to the public especially when it involves authorities in the highest order granting them indefinite impunity on abuse of power and position in office.

George Floyd from Minneapolis, Minnesota experience is commonly shared by his fellow African Americans in particular and some Latino population throughout United States from time to time.

Laws applicable on all citizens not necessarily upheld exempting those in authority and power from misuse of  their designation. 

On October 3rd, 2013  unarmed young African American woman, Miriam Carey was mercilessly gunned down by White House Security Service Personnel and Capitol Police reportedly in the presence of then occupants the former President Barack Obama (Nobel Peace Prize Winner 2009) and  Michelle Obama in the premise at that time.

Miriam Carey, 34-year-old mother was riddled with thirty five bullets and her then 13 month old daughter witness to the horrific crime just outside the White House compound at  

1600 Pennsylvania Ave NW, Washington, DC 20500.

Miriam Carey apparently did not deserve any regrets or remorse from her assassins or those in the White House aware of the horrendous crime let alone any nationwide condemnation denouncing the abhorrent indifference to an unarmed citizen trying to protect her toddler child from the barrage of bullets aimed at her with the assailants showing no mercy at her or the toddler restrained in the car seat at the back on that fateful day. 

The events such as these continue to represent the dark history repeating itself and apathy from those in power transcending race in this context is the irony.

Selective justice and identity politics is the worst from of intolerance and bigotry in the so-called free society.

Thank you.

Padmini Arhant 

Author & Presenter 



Do’s and Don’ts moving forward.

December 31, 2018

Do’s and Don’ts moving forward

Padmini Arhant

Renounce nuances and insinuations against me which is nothing more than a cowardice, unscrupulous and unethical practice. Those with courage and dignity would deal in a fair and honorable manner naming my actual and real name without relying on proxies and puppets to spew venom. The brute and uncouth disposition displayed by the enemies of humanity and environment only brings their insolence and insecurity to surface.

Only those severely lacking in integrity, civility and decency would stoop to such tactics in targeting their arch nemesis i.e. me for standing up to international clique and their stooges’ tyranny, misogyny, prejudice, corrupt and criminal standards beyond salvation.

The press, media and entertainment world in particular serving as the propaganda platform to mislead and misrepresent issues is outdated and never had any credibility to begin with despite massive investment in mud-slinging, demonization and caricature of me for speaking the absolute truth and exposing those behind heinous crimes and dubious activities in politics, economy, religion and society in general.

What you can and must do to validate your last days of existence in the world is to introspect and acknowledge your crimes and unpardonable sins to alleviate the burden on your soul headed towards undesirable destination upon your imminent departure from earth.

Lest you prefer the consequence of your unspeakable criminalities causing misery, pain and suffering to scores of innocent civilians that is by no means going to be pleasurable experience for any of you in the sinful coalition.

The infinite fake, false and fraudulent portrayals via hired crony contingency to discredit anything original and authentic that is well defined will never succeed in the egregious motive and action.

Padmini Arhant

Author & Presenter



Defining Respect

August 20, 2018

Defining Respect 

Padmini Arhant

Respect to some is never mutual. They demand respect as entitlement. What does it say about those who consider denigrating anyone they disagree with as their prerogative and in return expect them to recognize their agents and representatives in any capacity? The choices are simple. Tolerating injustice foment prejudice and exploitation.

Padmini Arhant

Author & Presenter

Australia – Human Rights Issues

November 17, 2017

Australia – Human Rights Issues

Padmini Arhant

Congratulations! Australia on legalizing same sex marriage.

Similarly, addressing the following human rights problems would be significant considering Australia’s economy and stability in Asia Pacific is largely dependent on immigrants contribution.

The tolerance to diversity and acceptance of multiculturalism providing equal opportunity to immigrants, minorities and importantly indigenous people down under would be mutually beneficial.


1. Stopping hate crimes against immigrants of color.

2. Referendum on recognition of Australia’s native population Aborigines as the first people protecting them from prejudice and human rights violations especially preventing Aborigine youth deaths in prison cells that are barely reported in the news media.

Last but not the least,

3. Vote on Australia’s transformation to republic from the current common wealth status pledging allegiance to British monarchy expending Australian tax dollars to safeguard Royalty.

These measures would by far confirm Australia’s commitment to real democracy and human rights issues.

Thank you.

Padmini Arhant 

Author & Presenter

Spouse in Divine Mission


India – Caste Stereotype

July 12, 2017

India – Caste Stereotype

By Padmini Arhant

I, Padmini Arhant formally submit my application to the government of India for compensation on concession, quotas and financial aid not availed by me that are provided to Dalits – the segment regarded outcast in Indian society.

Since I wasn’t Dalit then when I was growing up in India making me ineligible for any minority benefits, the political decision designating me as Dalit by Indian political establishment at their international masters’ behest is acrimony similar to attributing the Delhi rape victim tragedy to me as Nirbhaya (meaning fearless) by declining to disclose the victim’s real name despite the victim’s parents request to refer to their daughter by her given name  The episode sequence presented by Britain’s BBC funded and produced documentary titled India’s daughter depict the rape victim at fault in the apparently female directed film.

I regard the insensitive treatment of me appropriately fitting the demand for fairness and equality in reference and acknowledgment of my inalienable individual right.

The modification in conduct or otherwise would confirm India’s democracy. In a real democracy, all are equal unlike the archaic caste segregation exploited by political class in the fierce power grab contest defining India’s political system to be anything but democratic altering the sovereign status into vassal statehood.

On the educational front, degrees and scholastic achievements perhaps enhance career prospects and boost membership opportunity in elite clubs.  However, the invaluable asset in life is unyielding virtue and selflessness developed and sustained with or without major qualifications.

Is it possible for behavioral change in society with rise to fame, fortune and power dependent on opportunism?

As long as limits and reservations exist denying anyone classified as inferior and alternatively favoring those for reasons not serving the actual purpose the essence of meritocracy is null and void.

India abandoning caste structure that remains a stigma on diverse culture beginning with elimination in political discourse, communication media and social interaction would reflect any overall progress.

Thank you.

Padmini Arhant

Author & Presenter

Spouse in Divine Mission



Political Game – (Hindi) Part II

June 20, 2017

Political Game – (Hindi) Part II

By Padmini Arhant

Rebuttal to NWO TACTICS

Politics premised on Corruption, Communal Divide and Cronyism deny facts promoting fabrication and fiction.

The consistent efforts to malign and reject authentic divine mission and glorify negative forces continually experience debacles in the venture repeating history.

The irrefutable truth is fake can never be original in identity and trait. 

Falsehood never withstood test of  time verifying fragility and lack of credibility.

The genuine mission engaged in peaceful and positive endeavors to relieve humanity from the rule of duplicity and deceit is a solid commitment unrelenting to deceptive demagoguery.

Thank you.

Padmini Arhant

Author & Presenter

Spouse Divine Mission



Religion – The Masonic (FREEMASONS) Convenient Pawn

May 4, 2017

By Padmini Arhant

The masonic rule on the planet premised on illegal invasion, occupation and terrorism heading towards termination desperately deploying ill-conceived strategies for survival.

The diverse representations to propagate flawed ideology is a devious course. The secret society is consumed with prejudice and hatred spreading violence, communal unrest and nonsensical events to maintain authority.

Religion is the main target in mass indoctrination with erosion of human values from overwhelming greed for fame, fortune and power corrupting mind in the inevitable self-decline. The trend upholding criminality and megalomaniacal attributes are promoted in vain to defend deceitful tactics in denial of self-degeneration.

In the process, the irrefutable consequences from such indulgence is slighted despite the fact on deeds determining destiny.

Denigrating religions under any pretext is the norm with surrogates and agents struggling in the hall of fame submitting to masonic order and proxies instigation to decry practices that pales when compared with ostentatious activities in their domain such as entertainment.

The flip flopping in statements with unsubstantiated claims on religiousness imposed on all and reversing in the same breath as a believer not to mention the bizarre charade clarifies the scripted performance to cause unwarranted commotion in society.

On the contrary, the tradition on celebrity worship with importance on prominence and idolization creating cult following is enforced with no regard for individual will and preference in society.

The relevance to stardom and glamor compromising ethical elements are thrusted upon people with extensive coverage and embellished articles while denouncing spiritualism and denigrating religious sanctity.

In politics, not wasting a moment to scapegoat the enemy at present in the blame game along with disparaging remarks and portrayal for monstrosity committed by them and pursued unabated much to self-detriment.

Simultaneously, my hard work and fruits of labor without any pay or remunerations, privileges and benefits producing any major development is conveniently owned by them as self-achievement. Meanwhile distancing from any failures due to deceptive deals and agreement backfiring sooner than later.

Not surprisingly, success is eagerly accepted as the patented right and setbacks disowned due to lack of integrity.

The demand on meto constantly toil and remain at FREE service at the height of misogyny with cooperation from failed female Presidential candidate or wannabe female television performer and the likes explains the status quo.

The hypocrisy citing ego and non-commitment on my part or in other words the frustration over my refusal to bow to tyranny is evident in the blasphemy of religion, womanhood and anything sensible, rational and honest.

There is a distinction between spiritualism and cultism. The former serve humanity in understanding the purpose in life and that is to live a meaningful life and let others co-exist in peace. Whereas the latter subscribing to demagoguery crumble with dwindling of the crowd upon disillusionment.

Celebrity cheering and fake hero adulation disproportionately sponsored in the futile efforts to undermine spirituality.

Religions established to recognize individual responsibility towards self and others leading to peaceful exit when deceased have long endured challenges and continue to demonstrate purity and inviolability in the face of derision and contempt.

The misuse of religion for anything other than peace, unity and secularism is narcissism obliging irrational influence.

Religion is best spared from fundamentalism emanating from political and personal aspirations revealing the true colors of the source never lasting in the race to exploit opportunity at any cost.

Peace to all!

Thank you.

Padmini Arhant

Author & Presenter

Spouse in Divine Mission

India – Filmy Duniya (Movie World) – Hindi

April 12, 2017

By Padmini Arhant

Besides promoting ignorance and prejudice, the entertainment industry serving as propaganda medium to suppress the facts and reality on world events is the topic of discussion. Such investment in the name of entertainment  is a waste of resources and purpose in life.

Thank you.

Padmini Arhant

Author & Presenter

Spouse in Divine Mission


September 11, 2016 – 15th Anniversary Terror Attack And Perpetual Violence

September 11, 2016



By Padmini Arhant

Terrorism, targeted racial profiling and license to kill strategy abusing position of power and authority ensue September 11, 2001 terror attack.

Memorial and monument in innocent lives memory is a gesture that does not necessarily satisfy fairness and justice yet to be served to survivors and families of 9/11 victims awaiting accountability on heinous crime against humanity that persists until today using 9/11 as pretext for illegal invasion and occupation of foreign land as well as home grown terrorism.

Terrorism is fostered and funded to maintain status quo.  The activities under the guise of national security is violation of human rights not limited to invasive surveillance and harassment of law abiding citizens at the airport with deliberate intent to humiliate individuals of specific origin and ethnicity. Such deplorable actions reflect lawlessness and character beneath human nature.

The karmic effects of similar dealings are slighted burdening self with incessant suffering sooner than later. 

Meanwhile, the real perpetrators behind 9/11 and thereafter until now are protected with immunity and regarded VIP’s despite no remorse or regrets from them for their involvement resulting in massive casualties and lives torn apart with generational impact.

The unspeakable crime camouflaged and projected as continuous threat obviously known to them as source and catalysts behind terror and terrorism worldwide.

Considering the aversion for truth and factual presentation, the norm is to suppress reality with make believe enactments constituting mass deception.

Terror and terrorism was invented to promote supremacy through violence and unjust wars with no concern for consequences affecting lives in war zones and domestic front expending tax payers’ money for hegemonic goals and agenda.

When selective group and syndicate seize power with representatives in various capacity, the seismic shift is apparent in governance and societal functionality. The project for New American Century (PNAC) generated terror exemplify intrusion and operation.

The legislations such as Patriot Act is anything but patriotic with patrons of violence having remained complacent ignoring ominous warnings on 9/11 terror further confirms the state of affairs in the broken system.

Anything that is defective and defunct beyond repair only exacerbate problems leading to unsustainability. The circumvention to deny 9/11 victims followed by civilian deaths in Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya and Syria not to mention several terror incidents globally to preserve incorrigible indulgence somehow expected to prolong without reasonable doubt.

However, the revelations on 9/11 event clearly calls for upholding the democratic principle in a nation poised as beacon of democracy to treat none above the law.

The day when the powerful and influential misusing power that produce irreversible loss to citizens and nation at large are brought to justice then that would be the revival of democracy.

Unfortunately, the wheels of justice are steered by those with endless desire to reign while having no control over self-destructive cause.

Regardless, history is testimony to failed and flawed policy contributing to decline of anything proved counterproductive.

My thoughts and wishes to citizens enduring pain and anguish from terror and terrorism besides manifested prejudice reversing the trend on civilization concept and practice.

Peace to all!

Thank you.

Padmini Arhant


The individuals behind Project for New American Century granted immunity on crimes against humanity. 

The following names in the list acknowledged as authors, architects and contributors on official PNAC documents.

The entities profile provides insight to PNAC objectives and ongoing conflicts in the world.

Abramowitz, Morton – Senior Fellow at the Century Foundation.

Abrams, Elliot – National Security Council – top advisor on the Middle East. Alumnus of the Heritage Foundation.

Profile: As Assistant Secretary of State for Human Rights and Humanitarian Affairs under Reagan, was responsible for covering up war crimes committed by the U.S. backed Contras. Was charged in connection with the Iran-Contra affair, and pled to lesser charges. Was later pardoned by Bush Sr. The British media reported Elliot was behind the attempted coup against President Hugo Chavez  in Venezuela.

Allen, Richard V. – member: National Security Advisory Board and the Defense Policy Board. President of the Richard V. Allen Company (consulting firm). Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institute.

Profile:  founding chairman for the Heritage Foundation’s Asian Studies Center. Founding member of the Committee on the Present Danger. Former board member of the Center for Strategic and International Studies. Assistant to the President for National Security affairs during the Reagan administration, but forced from office over suspected financial misconduct.

Anderson, Mark A. – Identified in PNAC involvement.

Armitage, Richard – Deputy Secretary of State.

Profile:  Former board member of CACI, the private military contractor whose employees were responsible for torturing prisoners at Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq. Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs during the Reagan Administration. Named by the government as one of the people guilty of supplying weapons in the Iran Contra Affair, but never charged.

Au, Andrew Y. – Identified in PNAC involvement).

Bang-Jensen, Nina – executive director of the Coalition for International Justice.

Bao-Lord, Bette – member of the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR director until 2003). Chairman of Freedom House. Wife of ex-ambassador to China Winston Lord, who is Co-chairman of the International Rescue Committee.

Barnett, Roger – professor at the Naval War College (a government facility).

Profile:  Vice President of the National Institute for Public Policy. Professor at Georgetown University.

Bauer, Gary – founder of the Campaign for Working Families, president of American Values.

Profile:  Past president of the Family Research Council. Under Secretary of Education in the Reagan administration.

Bennet, William J. – co-director of Empower America, co-director of Partnership for a Drug-Free America, Distinguished Fellow of the Heritage Foundation. Writer.

Profile: Secretary of Education under Reagan.

Bergner, Jeffrey – study group member of the Commission on National Security 21st Century. Member of the board of trustees for the Hudson Institute and the Asia Foundation. His lobbying company represents a number of weapons contractors, among other major corporations.

Profile:  Staff Director for the Senate Foreign Relations Committee during the Reagan administration.

Bernstein, Alvin – Identified in PNAC involvement.

Bernstein, Robert L. – Professor at the National Defense University (a government facility).

Profile:  worked at the Naval War College (government facility) and in the Defense Department.

Biddle, George – member of the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) and Senior Vice President of the International Rescue Committee (allegedly a relief organisation).

Bolton, John R. – Under Secretary of State for Arms Control and International Security.

Profile:  Senior Vice President of the American Enterprise Institute. Assistant Secretary for International Organization Affairs for the Department of State under Bush Sr. Assistant Attorney General for the Department of Justice under Reagan.

Boot, Max – Senior Fellow of the National Security Studies. Contributing Editor for the Weekly Standard.

Profile: editor of the Wall Street Journal, writer and editor for the Christian Science Monitor.

Bork, Ellen – Deputy Director of the PNAC.

Profile:  Transatlantic Fellow of the German Marshall Fund.

Boschwitz, Rudy – Presidential appointee to the Holocaust Memorial Council. One of the top fund-raisers for Bush Jr. in 2000. Founder of Home Valu Inc. Minnesota Senator (1978-1991).

Buckley, William F. Jr. – owner of National Review magazine.

Profile: CIA agent in the Fifties. Hosted the television show Firing Line.

Bush, Jeb – Governor of Florida.

Profile: Banned convicted felons from voting in the 2000 presidential election, using an extremely inaccurate system to remove voting rights; allowed ineligible absentee ballots to be counted.

Cambone, Stephen A. – Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence, Special Assistant to the Secretary and Director for Program Analysis and Evaluation – Department of Defense.

Profile:  Special Assistant to Donald Rumsfeld just prior to current appointments. Director in the Defense Department during the Bush Sr. administration. Past deputy director in SRS Technologies (Defense contractor).

Carlucci, Frank – Chairman Emeritus of the Carlyle Group and Nortel Networks. Member of the board of United Defense Inc. Considered a protégé of Donald Rumsfeld.

Profile:  Chairman of the Carlyle Group (1993-2000). Secretary of Defense during the Reagan administration. Deputy Director in the CIA. CIA agent. Accused of being behind the assassination of Congo Prime Minister Patrice Lumumba during the Sixties, but never charged.

 Cheney, Dick – Vice President. Member of the Council on Foreign Relations. Employee(?) of Halliburton – draws a one million dollar per year salary.

Profile: worked for Donald Rumsfeld in 1969. Presidential assistant to Gerald Ford. Secretary of Defense for Bush Sr. Halliburton CEO 1995 to 2000; gains the company 3.8 billion dollars in federal contracts and guaranteed loans. 

Upon becoming Vice President, Halliburton receives billions of dollars in Iraq contracts not tendered to other companies. Behind installing Rumsfeld, Paul Wolfowitz, John Bolton, and Elliot Abrams into their current positions in government. Wife Lynne Cheney is a senior fellow with the American Enterprise Institute. Daughter Elizabeth Cheney is Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Near East Affairs.

Clemons, Steven C. – Executive Vice President of the New America Foundation.

Cohen, Eliot A. – professor at Johns Hopkins University. Member of the Council on Foreign Relations.

Profile:  professor at the Naval War College. Previously worked for Donald Rumsfeld.

Cropsey, Seth – Director of the International Broadcasting Bureau.

Profile: Director in the Heritage Foundation. Visiting Fellow in the American Enterprise Institute. Assistant Editor of the Public Interest (1976-77). Hudson Institute researcher. Deputy Under Secretary in the Department of the Navy during the Reagan administration.

DeConcini, Dennis Webster – Chairman of the Board of Directors for the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children.

Profile:  eighteen years as Senator from Arizona. Member of the Balkan Action Committee.

Dale, Helle – Director in the Heritage Foundation.

Decter, Midge – Writer. Heritage Foundation director. Wife of Norman Podhoretz. Claims to worship Donald Rumsfeld and has written a book for Rumsfeld admirers.

Dobriansky, Paula – Under Secretary of State for Global Affairs.

Profile:  Senior Vice President (Washington office) of the Council on Foreign Relations prior to appointment. Deputy Assistant Secretary for Human Rights and Humanitarian Affairs for the Department of State in the Reagan administration.

Donnelly, Thomas – Deputy Executive Director of the PNAC.

Profile: Director of Strategic Communication and Initiatives for Lockheed Martin Corp. (weapons contractor).

Eberstadt, Nicholas – consultant for the State Department, consultant for the Bureau of the Census. Member of the American Enterprise Institute.

Edgar, Robert (Rev. Dr.) – General Secretary of the National Council of Churches of Christ. Ordained as an United Methodist. Former Congressman.

Epstein, David – employee at the Office of Secretary of Defense – Net Assessment.

Etzioni, Amitai – founder of the Communitarian Network, and editor of their magazine. Was Senior Advisor to the White House on Domestic Affairs during the Carter administration.

Fautua, David – Identified in PNAC involvement).

Feulner, Edwin J. Jr. – Heritage Foundation.

Profile:  advisor to President Reagan.

Forbes, Steve – President, CEO, and Editor-in-Chief of Forbes magazine.

Profile:  campaigned twice for the Republican nomination for president. Directed the dissemination of propaganda on Radio Free Europe and Radio Liberty during both the Reagan and Bush Sr. administrations.

Fradkin, Hillel – member of the Advisory Committee on International Education – Department of Education. Part of Benador Associates, a publicity firm handling clients such as PNAC members R. Perle, J. Woolsey, F. Gaffney, C. Krauthammer, and M. Boot.

Profile: Fellow in the American Enterprise Institute prior to government appointment.

Friedberg, Aaron – Vice President’s Deputy National Security Advisor.

Profile: Fellow of the Council on Foreign Relations. Consultant for the CIA.

Fukuyama, Francis – President’s Council on Bioethics. Member of the Council on Foreign Relations.

Gaffney, Frank – President and CEO of the Center for Security Policy, Washington Times columnist, brother of Devon Gaffney-Cross.

Profile: worked for Richard Perle during the Reagan administration.

Gaffney-Cross, Devon – member of the Defense Policy Board (Pentagon). Member of the Board of Directors of the Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessments. Sister of Frank Gaffney.

Gejdenson, Sam – owns Sam Gejdenson International. Congressman (D) 1981 – 2000.

Gerecht, Reuel Marc – Senior Fellow of the PNAC, Resident Fellow of the American Enterprise Institute.

Profile:  former CIA agent (1985 – 1994). CBS News consultant on Afghanistan.

Goldman, Merle – Adjunct Professor for the Foreign Service Institute of the State Department.

Goure, Daniel – consultant for the Department of State, the Department of Defense, and the Department of Energy. Vice President of the Lexington Institute. Was a Study Team Leader for the Institute of Peace (1990-91).

Halperin, Morton H. – director for the Council on Foreign Relations and for the Open Society Institute.

Hefferman, John – Identified in PNAC involvement).

Hooper, James R. – Executive Director of the Balkan Action Council.

Ikle, Fred C. – Distinguished Scholar for the Center for Strategic and International Studies. Member of the Council on Foreign Relations.

Profile:  Under Secretary of Defense for Policy in the Reagan administration.

Jackson, Bruce – President of the Project on Transitional Democracies. President of the Committee on NATO.

Member: Council on Foreign Relations, International Institute for Strategic Studies, Board of Advisors for the Center for Security Policy.

Profile: Director of Strategic Planning for Lockheed Martin Corp. (weapons contractor). Worked for Richard Perle, Paul Wolfowitz, and Dick Cheney during the eighties.

Joyce, Michael S. – founder of Americans for Community and Faith-Centered Enterprise, an organisation created to help push through Bush Jr.’s “Faith-Based Initiative”. Member of the Research Council of America. Was part of the Presidential Transition Team for Reagan.

Kagan, Donald – Hillhouse Professor of History and Classics at Yale University. Writer. Father of Frederick and Robert Kagan.

Kagan, Frederick – Professor of military history at West Point.

Profile:  co-wrote, with his father Donald and other PNAC contributors, “While America Sleeps”.

Kagan, Robert – co-founder of the PNAC. Contributing Editor for the Weekly Standard and the New Republic; columnist for the Washington Post. Member of the Council on Foreign Relations. Husband of Victoria Nuland, Deputy National Security Advisor to the Vice President.

Profile:  Deputy in the Department of State under Elliot Abrams during the Reagan administration.

Kampelman, Max M. – Lawyer. Member of the Board of Trustees for Freedom House. Member of the Board of Advisors for the Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs.

Karatnycky, Adrian – member of the Council on Foreign Relations, and Freedom House.

Profile:  worked for the New York Times, Washington Post, and Washington Times.

Kemble, Penn – Department of State – Head, Eminent Persons Group, Sudan Slavery Commission. Senior Fellow in Freedom House.

Kennedy, Craig – President of the German Marshall Fund.

Khalilzad, Zalmay – Ambassador to Afghanistan, Special Presidential Envoy to Afghanistan and Special Presidential Envoy to the Free Iraqis.

Profile:  Senior Director of the National Security Council (2001 – 2003). Accused by candidates in the Afghan elections of arranging President Hamid Karzai’s victory. Worked for Paul Wolfowitz at the State Department in 1984 – 1985. Advisor to Unocal for their proposed gas pipeline project through Afghanistan (1997).

Killebrew, Robert B. – Colonel (retired)

Profile: Security Strategies study member for PNAC. Consultant to a variety of army and private institute military projects.

Kirkpatrick, Jeane – on the executive committee of Freedom House and the board of advisors of the Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs. Member of the Council on Foreign Relations and the Committee on the Present Danger. Former U.S. Ambassador. Member of the National Security Council under Reagan.

Koh, Harold Hongju – Dean of Yale.

Profile: Assistant Secretary of State for Democracy, Human Rights and Labor in the Clinton administration.

Kovler, Peter – Nixon Center Advisory Council. Balkans Action Committee.

Krauthammer, Charles – Presidential appointee to the President’s Council On Bioethics. Columnist for the Washington Post. Contributing Editor for the New Republic and the Weekly Standard. Member of the Editorial Board for the National Interest and the Public Interest.

Kristol, William – co-founder of the PNAC. Columnist for (and co-founder of) the Weekly Standard.

Profile:  Chief of Staff to Vice President Dan Quayle, Secretary of Education Chief of Staff under William Bennett during the Reagan administration.

Lagon, Mark P. – Deputy Assistant Secretary of State.

Profile:  fellow of the Council on Foreign Relations. Deputy Director of the House Republican Committee. Senior advisor to Jeane Kirkpatrick – American Enterprise Institute.

Lasswell, James – Employee of GAMA Corporation (war games, military training via software).

Lehrman, Lewis E. – on the Board of Trustees for the Heritage Foundation and the American Enterprise Institute. President and co-founder of the Citizens for America.

Libby, I. Lewis – Assistant to the President, and Chief of Staff to the Vice President.

Profile:  after graduating law school, went to work for Paul Wolfowitz (1981 – 1985) at the State Department. Hired again by Wolfowitz in 1989, this time at the Pentagon.

Lindberg, Tod – Research Fellow at the Hoover Institute. Editor of Policy Review journal.

Mack, Connie III – Congressman for Florida. Previously served in the Florida House of Representatives (2000 – 2003).

Maletz, Christopher – Assistant Director of the PNAC.

Markey, Mary Beth – Executive Director for the International Campaign for Tibet. Worked in the Senate Foreign Relations Committee prior to 1996.

Martinage, Robert – consultant for the Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessments.

McKivergan, Daniel – Deputy Director of the PNAC.

Profile:  research director for The Weekly Standard (1995 – 1997). Legislative director for Senator John McCain (2000), and for Congressman Dan Miller (1997).

Meese, Edwin III – Heritage Foundation.

Profile: Attorney General during the Reagan administration. Investigated for his involvement in the Iraq Bechtel pipeline deal (which also involved Donald Rumsfeld) – not prosecuted, but resigned.

Meilinger, Phil – U.S. Naval War College.

Muravchik, Joshua – Resident Scholar for the American Enterprise Institute. Member of the Board of Advisors for the Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs.

Owens, Mackubin – professor at the Naval War College (a government facility).

Owens, Wayne – Deceased (December 18, 2002).

Profile:  eight years as Congressman (D) for Utah.

Peretz, Martin – owner and Editor-in-Chief of the New Republic magazine.

Perle, Richard N. – Pentagon Policy Advisor (resigned February 2004), member – Defense Policy Board.

Member: Balkan Action Committee, Committee on the Present Danger, American Enterprise Institute associate. On advisory board of the Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs.

Profile: Assistant Secretary of Defense under Reagan. FBI suspected Perle of spying for Israel in 1970 – not prosecuted.

Pletka, Danielle – Vice President of Foreign and Defense Policy for the American Enterprise Institute.

Profile: senior staff member of the U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations (1992-2002).

Podhoretz, Norman – member of the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR). Husband of Midge Decter, father-in-law of Elliot Abrams.

Porter, John Edward – member of the RAND board of Trustees.

Profile: Congressman until 2000.

Quayle, J. Danforth – was Vice President under Bush Sr.

Rodman, Peter W. – Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs.

Profile:  Staff Director of State Department Policy Planning under Reagan.

Rosen, Stephen P. – Harvard professor.

Profile: professor at the Naval War College. Director in the National Security Council under Reagan.

Rowen, Henry S. – member of Department of Defense Policy Board. Presidential appointee to the Commission on the Intelligence Capabilities of the United States Regarding Weapons of Mass Destruction.

Profile: Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs under Bush Sr. RAND Corporation president 1967–1972.

Rumsfeld, Donald – Secretary of Defense.

Member: Hoover Institution board of trustees, RAND Corporation, Empower America board, Freedom House board, Balkan Action Committee, Committee on the Present Danger, Center for Security Policy.

Profile: Congressman from 1962 to 1969. Member of Nixon’s cabinet. Member of Gerald Ford’s cabinet and Secretary of Defense. Chaired Ballistic Missile Threat (“Rumsfeld”) Commission in 1998.

Scheunemann, Randy – on PNAC Board of Directors, U.S. Committee on NATO Board of Directors. Treasurer for Project on Transitional Democracies. Lobbyist.

Profile: Office of the Secretary of Defense – Consultant on Iraq Policy (2001).

Schmitt, Gary – Executive Director of the PNAC. Consultant to the Department of Defense.Member of the Board of Directors of the U.S. Committee on NATO. Visiting Fellow at the Brookings Institute. Adjunct Professor at John Hopkins University.

Profile:  Executive Director of the President’s Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board under Reagan.

Schneider, William Jr. – Chairman of the Defense Science Board for the Department of Defense. President of International Planning Services, works for the lobbying company Jefferson Consulting Group. Previously served on the “Rumsfeld Commission”.

Shaw, Sin-Ming – resident scholar at Oxford University’s Oriel College.

Shulsky, Abram N. – Director: Defence Department’s Office Of Special Plans, a division created by Paul Wolfowitz.

Profile:  Worked for the RAND corporation. Worked under Richard Perle in the Defense Department during the Reagan administration.

Shultz, Richard – Professor of International Politics at the Fletcher School. Holds Chairs at the Naval War College and the U.S. Military Academy. Fellow at the Institute of Peace.

Simon, Paul – Deceased (Dec. 9/03). Former Democratic Senator.

Sokolski, Henry – Executive Director of the Nonproliferation Education Center.

Profile:  was Resident Fellow in the Heritage Foundation and the Hoover Institution. Was a Senior Legislative Aide for Senator Dan Quayle.

Solarz, Stephen J.– vice chairman of the International Crisis Group. Member of the Council on Foreign Relations.

Profile: Congressman for New York (1975-93)

Sonnenfeldt, Helmut – Brookings Institution.

Profile: member of the National Security Council. Advisor to President Nixon.

Sussman, Leonard – executive director of Freedom House. Was a journalist in New York.

Sweeney, John J. – President of the American Federation of Labor – Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO). Member of the Council on Foreign Relations.

Taft, William Howard IV – Chief Legal Advisor to the Department of State.

Profile: assistant to Casper Weinberger in the Nixon administration.

Thornburgh, Dick – Lawyer. Past governor of Pennsylvania. Attorney General in the Reagan and Bush Sr. administrations.

Tkacik, John – Heritage Foundation. President of China Business Intelligence. Worked in the State Department during the Reagan administration.

Turner, Ed – Identified in PNAC involvement).

Vickers, Michael – Director of Strategic Studies for the Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessments. Creator of “Future Warfare 20XX” games. Former CIA agent.

Waldron, Arthur – board member of Freedom House, member of the Council on Foreign Relations.

Profile:  professor at the Naval War College (1991-97).

Wallop, Malcolm – Heritage Foundation. Founder and Chairman of the Frontiers of Freedom.

Profile: part of the Rumsfeld Commission. Senator for Wyoming (1977 – 1995).

Watts, Barry D. – Director of Program Analysis and Evaluation – Office of The Secretary of Defense.

Profile:  before government appointment, was a director in Northrop Gruman (weapons contractor).

Webb, James – was Secretary of the Navy and Assistant Secretary of Defense during the Reagan administration.

Weber, Vin – member of the National Commission on Public Service. Member of the German Marshall Fund – board of trustees. Co-founder of Empower America. Partner in Clark & Weinstock.

Profile: Congressman for Minnesota 1980 – 1992.

Weigel, George – Senior Fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center.

Profile:  co-founded National Endowment for Democracy.

Weinberger, Caspar W.– writer.

Profile:  past publisher and chairman of Forbes magazine. Secretary of Defense under Reagan. Indicted on felony charges for his participation in supplying missiles to Iran, but pardoned by President Bush Sr.

Weyrich, Paul M. – President of the Free Congress Research and Education Foundation. National Chairman of Coalitions for America.

Profile: co-founded Heritage Foundation. Co-founded the Moral Majority. Past treasurer of Council for National Policy.

Williams, Christopher A. – Department of Defense – Special Assistant to Donald Rumsfeld. Lobbyist for Boeing and Northrop Grumman Corporation (weapons contractors).

Profile: member of Pentagon’s Deterrence Concepts Advisory Panel, and member of Pentagon’s Defense Policy Board during Bush Jr. administration.

Windsor, Jennifer L. – Executive Director of Freedom House.

Profile: previously held various positions at the U.S. Agency for International Development.

Wolfowitz, Paul – Deputy Secretary of Defense, and Assistant to the Vice President.

Profile:  Head of the State Department’s Policy Planning Staff under Reagan. Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Regional Programs under Carter.

Woolsey, R. James – member of the Defense Policy Board, member of the Deterrence Concepts Advisory Panel, and member of the National Commission on Energy Policy. Trustee for the Center for Strategic and International Studies. Chairman of the Board of Trustees for Freedom House. Honorary Co-Chair of the National Security Advisory Council.

Profile: Director of the CIA during Clinton administration.

Wortzel, Larry – Director in the Heritage Foundation.

Zakheim, Dov S. – Member of the advisory board for the American Jewish Committee, member of the Council on Foreign Relations, and Adjunct Scholar for the Heritage Foundation. Under Secretary and Chief Financial Officer for the Department of Defense (resigned April 15, 2004).

Zoellick, Robert B. – U.S. Trade Representative and member of President’s Cabinet.

Profile: Under Secretary of State for Economic and Agricultural Affairs, then White House Deputy Chief of Staff in the Bush Sr. administration.


August 29, 2016

By Padmini Arhant

The contemporary trend is concoction.  Concoction of lies, deception, deceit, fiction, fabrication extended into perversion to protect esoteric sanctuary.

The overwhelming majority in the world work for survival and to provide for their family. These people work very hard regardless of their profession and jobs to enable them and their loved ones a decent life.

Then there are others who dedicate their lives to harm anyone and engage in self-deprecating and destructive cause.  They hire agents and operatives to inflict damages and sabotage anything considered an obstruction to their counterproductive course. They have diverse representation to target anyone they regard an obstacle to their concoction.

The name of the game is prejudice. Although prejudice is injustice and in today’s society humans are conditioned to believe the practice as the source’s prerogative and expect victims to endure without any objection.

Prejudice is not limited to race and religion. There is gender bias with sub-classifications in this context. Then there is isolation, segregation with deliberate intentions to destroy image and character.

Ignorance plays a major role in this instance and presumptuousness is the predominant factor that diminish human rationale in the distinction between sane and unwise volition.

The traits of entities and contingency in such indulgence are a sign of desperation as desperate times seek desperate measures to maintain concoction.

When someone treads on a trail blindfolded they could be cautioned with the hope they would heed advice. However, what do you do with those blinded by their belief in doing something terribly wrong as absolutely right?  In this case some learn from experience while others insist on continuing on the path to self-detriment.

The latest strategy amongst the groups regarding them superior and privileged is to undermine and discredit anyone presumed to be a threat to status quo. All kinds of tactics and techniques are deployed using media as the propaganda medium under the guise of entertainment, information and discussion. The constant efforts to camouflage the obvious about them is the norm.

They shun two things – cleanliness and transparency.  Not surprisingly the parody on both are retained to deflect public attention.  The aversion to former emanates from the reactionaries’ contentment towards dirt and filth in inner self and outer surroundings while with the latter the dichotomy is ignored for convenience.

Transparency in provocative appearance with attire is defiantly adapted whereas disclosure on facts and events affecting humanity concealed as classified data.

The smoke screen prevents revelations for false impression about state of affairs.

The paid volunteers and performers not barring intruders on espionage and surveillance pledge their service in malice and wickedness to tarnish the directed target. Those with self-respect and esteem would normally distance from such intrusion and preoccupation notwithstanding the misconception about participation as sense of pride.

Needless to say the respectable ones would know to treat others the way they would like to be treated and refrain from impiety resulting in nothing other than self-incrimination.

No action is without consequence and accordingly the karmic burden weighs down with incessant suffering in the long run.

Inner peace is the treasure cove enhancing demeanor and personality reflected in exercising reasoning faculty prior to unpleasant disposition.

Live and let others live without reservations and pre-judgments with planet as the common habitat sharing endowments and human potential to benefit all and not the selective few.

Never too late to do right in life.

Peace to all!

Thank you.

Padmini Arhant

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