Kurt Nimmo
June 19, 2008

Hillel Neuer attempts to discredit Richard Falk, special rapporteur on human rights in the Palestinian territories at the United Nations, over his opinions concerning 9/11. Neuer mentions "9/11 conspiracy theories" at 2 minutes, 59 seconds into this video.  

Richard Falk, the special rapporteur on human rights in the Palestinian territories at the United Nations, is likely one of the only advocates for 9/11 truth at the globalist organization. Because of this, Hillel Neuer, executive director of U.N. Watch, a non-governmental organization that monitors the U.N., wants Falk to resign his post. “If he were a principled person he would recognize the fact that he has very extreme views,” Neuer told Fox News.

In fact, Falk’s views are not as “extreme” — as the neocons and the corporate media would have it — as those held by other members of the truth movement. Falk told Fox that while he supports alternative theories behind the World Trade Center attack, he doesn’t claim the U.S. government was responsible. “I’m an agnostic on the issue,” he said.

However, this is at odds with earlier assertions Falk made in a preface to David Ray Griffin’s book The New Pearl Harbor: Disturbing Questions About the Bush Administration and 9/11. “There have been questions raised here and there and allegations of official complicity made almost from the day of the attacks, especially in Europe, but no one until Griffin has had the patience, the fortitude, the courage, and the intelligence to put the pieces together in a single coherent account,” Falk wrote. In Griffin’s 2006 book entitled 9/11 and American Empire: Intellectuals Speak Out, Falk added: “Momentous suspicious events bearing on the legitimacy of the process of governance in the US have been consistently shielded from mainstream inquiry by being reinscribed as the wild fantasies of ‘conspiracy theorists’… The management of suspicion is itself suspicious.”

Now Hillel Neuer and the neocon John Bolton want to trounce Falk, although Bolton has yet to call for his resignation. “I think [his beliefs are] fruitcake city, but among many delegations to the U.N. it’s probably the conventional wisdom,” said John Bolton, the former neocon U.N. ambassador. “It’s just an example of the inmates running the asylum,” Bolton added. “It’s a particularly graphic example for Americans, but this is not an aberration — this is, unfortunately, typical of much of what goes on” at the U.N.”

It’s just like a neocon to lump all Americans together, but then, when you think about it, the neocons do not hold most Americans in high esteem, sort of the same way the snake oil salesman of yore didn’t hold a very high opinion of his customers, who were stupid enough to buy into his bogus and dishonest sales pitch.

It should be noted that Hillel Neuer has other bones to pick with Richard Falk, most notably his position as special rapporteur on human rights in the Palestinian territories. Not only did Neuer spend time as a law clerk to the Supreme Court of Israel, he is also a Graduate Fellow at the Shalem Center think tank, a neocon-Likud sponsored project situated in Jerusalem, so it makes sense he wants Falk bounced, as Likudites in general don’t believe Palestinians are worthy of human rights.

Falk, however, does not think he will be forced to resign. “I’d be surprised — not shocked but surprised” if he was forced out.

As a minor member of the one-world confab, built from scratch by David Rockefeller and the global elite, Richard Falk enjoys a modicum of protection from the likes of Hillel Neuer and the NGOs — not much, but a little, as our rulers on occasion sacrifice their own minions for the sake of political expediency.

Of course, for commoners who believe 9/11 was an inside job, things are not as smooth sailing, as the activist Mark Dice recently discovered after the neocon Michael Reagan called for his execution. Out here on the street, there is little solace for those of us who are not special rapporteurs working for the globalists.

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