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A jubilant Margaret Thatcher announces her election as UK Prime Minister after the work of the (at the time unknown) Shield committee.
Largely unnoticed at the time, 1979 saw the Jerusalem Conference on International Terrorism which laid the foundations for the "War On Terror".

1979 is remembered in politics as the year Margaret Thatcher become the UK's first female Prime Minister. In the world of deep politics, Benjamin Netanyahu's Jerusalem Conference on International Terrorism (JCIT) assembled an influential bunch of deep politicians, including George H. W. Bush and Brian Crozier, to plan how the permanent war economy could continue to thrive in the absence of a Soviet threat. The "war on terror" they came up with was to become a major meme in the 21st century.


After hard work by the Shield committee, Margaret Thatcher was elected as UK Prime Minister. The committee's existence was revealed in 1993 by Brian Crozier. At the time, few UK voters had heard of the Bilderberg at which she had made such an impression in 1975 before being selected as part leader (although at least one national newspaper had mention her attendance at the group).[1]


Full article: “Terrorism”

In November 1979, Jimmy Carter became the first US President to regularly use the word "terrorism", after hostages were taken in Iran at the US embassy. This word is not echoed by his successor, Ronald Reagan, until the 1983 Beirut barracks bombings.[2]

Jerusalem Conference on International Terrorism

Full article: Jerusalem Conference on International Terrorism

The Jonathan Institute's 1979 Jerusalem Conference on International Terrorism was a vital step in preparation of the "war on terror", deepening connections between the cabal and the Mossad, and assisting in global coordination of the reporting about "terrorism". Five years later, a follow up conference was held in Washington DC to try to coordinate global responses to the manufactured threat. The GWOT narrative was to remain largely unnoticed until the events of September 11th, 2001 catapulted it into the public eye.  


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  1. Caroline Moorehead (18 April 1977). "Times Profile: The Bilderberg Group". The Times. p. 9. Henry Kissinger will be there. So will Helmut Schmidt, Baron Edmond de Rothschild, Joseph Luns, Giovanni Agnelli and Mrs Thatcher. This is the twenty-fifth Bilderberg meeting. 
  2. http://www.unwelcomeguests.net/747