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World Jewish Congress confirmed New York-Moscow-Tel Aviv triangle in 1978

ISRAEL— Portrait Of The president of the World Jewish Congress, Nahum Goldmann in Israel, 6 April 1970. (Photo by Keystone-France/Gamma-Keystone via Getty Images)

By Timothy Fitzpatrick
July 30, 2021 Anno Domini

World Jewish Congress founder Nahum Goldmann suggested in a German periodical that both the Soviet Union and the United States of America work in Israel’s interests, echoing a warning by an Israeli defector some years later.

“…both the United States and the Russians would be prepared to guarantee Israel’s safety and to send troops in her defence,” the Russian-born Zionist Goldmann was paraphrased as saying in the May, 1978 edition of the Association of Jewish Refugees in Great Britain.

The comments originated from an interview in Neue Osnabrücker Zeitung, a German daily published in Osnabrück. Although the United States and the Soviets were bitter enemies at the time, Goldmann seems to have believed that Israel was a unifier between the two nations.

Goldmann’s admission corroborates Israeli defector Jack Bernstein’s claim in his 1984 book The Life of An American Jew in Racist Marxist Israel that there was a Jewish-Soviet-orchestrated “New York-Moscow-Tel Aviv Triangle” guiding world affairs.

“The Zionist power over the U.S. Government in Washington, D.C. stems from the Zionist/Bolsheviks centered in New York City,” Bernstein wrote. “This power of the Zionist/Bolshevik Jews over the U.S. makes the New York leg of the New York/Moscow/Tel Aviv Triangle a tremendous influence over communist policies,” he goes on to say.

Incidentally, the Nazis once accused Goldmann of being a secret communist agent. What’s more, Goldmann spoke with Yugoslav communist dictator Josip Broz Tito on Middle East peace and was mourned by KGB operative Yasser Arafat of the Palestinian Liberation Organization.

“The Palestinians mourn the death of Nahum Goldmann. He was a Jewish statesman of a unique personality. He fought for justice and legitimate rights for all peoples,” Arafat lamented.

Tito told a meeting of Soviet bloc leaders in Moscow in 1967,

“I would like to inform you about the Jews. [Nahum] Goldmann from the World Jewish Congress asked me to receive him. It was a month ago. He asked me: what do you think, do you want to somehow solve this problem? I explained to him our position….”

Clearly, Goldmann himself was high up in this Soviet New York-Moscow-Tel Aviv triangle and let slip a hint of who is really in control. It’s also likely that Goldmann would have been involved in the planning of the joint Soviet-Israel Operation SIG, which is a clever ploy designed to frame the United States and Great Britian for global Jewish criminal activity. Operation SIG seems to be mounting its fulfillment, with the last legs of Western Civilization being kicked out from under us before our very eyes.

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