How Your Gas Money Funds Terrorism. James Woolsey Explains
Former CIA director James Woolsey claims American consumption of oil helps to fund the Saudi-financed Wahhabi madrasas that teach fundamental Islam to the youth in Pakistan and other parts of the world.
ACCESS in Washington, DC held its 9th Annual Young Diplomats Reception, hosting 140 guests, including 78 diplomats representing more than 30 countries. Jason Isaacson, AJC's director of Government and International Affairs, offered a brief overview of AJC's outreach to the diplomatic community.
The featured speaker for the evening was R. James Woolsey, Jr. former CIA Director and leading expert on energy security, who spoke about the need for energy independence, the environment, and the relationship between energy and global terrorism. - American Jewish Committee
Robert James Woolsey is vice president of the consulting firm Booz Allen Hamilton and an officer in its global resilience practice.
Previously, Woolsey served as director of the Central Intelligence Agency and delegate-at-large to the US-Soviet Strategic Arms Reduction Talks and Nuclear and Space Arms Talks. He has also been a partner in the law firm of Shea & Gardner in Washington, DC.
Woolsey is currently co-chairman (with former Secretary of State George Shultz) of the Committee on the Present Danger, as well as chairman of the advisory boards of the Clean Fuels Foundation and the New Uses Council and a trustee of the Center for Strategic & International Studies and the Center for Strategic & Budgetary Assessments. He also serves on the National Commission on Energy Policy.