Constance Andresen-Tanter will reveal how the IPC works with the Iranian Communist Rajavi Cult terrorists and Israel to support endless Neo-conservative (Neo-Trotskyite) wars
In 2005, Professor Raymond Tanter was a founder of the Iran Policy Committee (IPC).
The Iran Policy Committee
Alban Towers, Suite L-34
3700 Massachusetts Ave. NW
Washington, DC 20016
The current list of IPC Scholars and Fellows includes:
James Akins, Ambassador (fmr.), IPC Advisory Council
Lt. Col. Bill Cowan, IPC Military Committee
R. Bruce McColm, IPC Empowerment Committee Chairman
Lt. General Thomas McInerney, USAF (ret.), IPC Advisory Council Chairman
Captain Charles T. Chuck Nash, USN (ret.) IPC Military Committee Cochairman
Lt. General Edward Rowny, IPC Military Committee
Raymond Tanter, IPC Cofounder
Major General Paul E. Vallely, USA (ret.), IPC Military Committee Cochairman
Viewers of the Fox News Channel will be familiar with some of these names from the frequent appearances of these persons who claim to be experts on Iran.
Clare Lopez, a former Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) operations officer, used to work for the IPC. She is now a private consultant and a member of the Advisory Council of the Intelligence Summit. The posted list of those involved with the Intelligence Summit has some familiar names from the list of persons involved with the Iran Policy Committee.
Another speaker at the Intelligence Summit 2007 was Alireza Jafarzadeh. Jafarzadeh worked in the office of the National Council of Resistance of Iran in the National Press Building in Washington, DC, until the Federal Government closed the press office of the Iranian Communist MEK (PMOI, MKO, Rajavi Cult, or Pol Pot of Iran) and raided Jafarzadeh’s home to take away boxes of documents. The MEK has been on the State Department’s list of terrorist organizations since the administration of former President Bill Clinton. The MEK has murdered American military officers, Rockwell International employees, and large numbers of Iranians and Iraqis. The MEK has committed terrorist acts around the world, including in New York City. In September 2002, the White House issued a background paper for President George W. Bush’s remarks at the United Nations listing the MEK as a pretext for the forthcoming Iraq War. In April 2003, American and coalition forces attacked the MEK terrorists at Camp Ashraf, Iraq.
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Professor Raymond Tanter’s presentation and forthcoming book, Baghdad Ablaze: How Washington Can Extinguish Tehran’s Fires in Iraq, were mentioned on the program for a March 28, 2007 workshop held in Jerusalem Hall of the Embassy of Israel in Washington, DC. The Embassy of Israel and the Institute for Counter-Terrorism (ICT), an Israeli organization, were the hosts for this workshop.
Researchers, members of the media, and organizations seeking speakers have a rare opportunity to learn about the inner workings of a neo-conservative (neo-Trotskyite) organization promoting the totalitarian takeover of Iran by the Rajavi Cult. Professor Raymond Tanter’s wife, Constance Andresen-Tanter, is no longer employed by the Iran Policy Committee. She is available to be interviewed.
You may contact Constance Andresen-Tanter via email: