Henry M. Jackson
| Henry M. Jackson |
(politician, deep state operative)
|Born||Henry Martin Jackson|
|Died||1983-09-01 (Age 71)|
|Alma mater||Stanford University, University of Washington|
|Member of||Le Cercle|
Suspected deep state operative who attended 3 Bilderbergs in the 1960s and spoke at the 1979 Jerusalem Conference on International Terrorism on "Terrorism as a Weapon in International Politics".
For the intelligence association named after him, see: the Henry Jackson Society
The political philosophies and positions of Jackson, a Cold War anti-Communist, have been cited as an influence on a number of key figures associated with neoconservatism including Paul Wolfowitz and Richard Perle.
Re-classification of his papers
In 2005, twenty-two years after his death, US government officials, including three members of the CIA, seized and removed several of Senator Jackson's archived documents housed at the University of Washington. Though a team of the university's staff in 1983 removed all information considered classified at the time, the officials were verifying anything still considered classified, or reclassified since then, had been removed. The documents were pending declassification at the University as of March 2005.
Events Participated in
|Bilderberg/1964||20 March 1964||22 March 1964||US|
|A year after this meeting, the post of GATT/Director-General was set up, and given Eric Wyndham White, who attended the '64 meeting. Several subsequent holders have been Bilderberg insiders, only 2 are not known to have attended the group.|
|Bilderberg/1967||31 March 1967||2 April 1967||St John's College (Cambridge)|
|Possibly the only Bilderberg meeting held in a university college rather than a hotel (St. John's College, Cambridge)|
|Bilderberg/1968||26 April 1968||28 April 1968||Canada|
|Jerusalem Conference on International Terrorism||2 July 1979||5 July 1979||Israel|
|The birthplace of the "War on Terror" doctrine, "a major international forum for the movement against détente".|