OK, the chairman of this committee seems to be some really back-ass NWO agent. He is supposedly a Holocaust survivor (supposedly the only one in the House) but he acts more like a fricking Nazi as he disobeyes the constitution with regards to freedom of speech. He is also a serious warmongerer that is on another apocolyptic 2nd coming cause with the wahabiists. Anyway this is the stuff on wiki...
Gulf War I
Gulf War 2
Darfur (boondongle for starting another war-get this-he was even arrested for expressing his freedom of speech, what a fricking NWO hypocrite)
Foreign affairs issues
Congressman Lantos currently serves as the chairman of the House Committee on Foreign Affairs.
Through its more than 20 years of work, the Congressional Human Rights Caucus — of which Congressman Lantos is co-chair with Representative Frank Wolf — has covered a wide range of rights and abuses, speaking out for Christians who want to practice their faith in Saudi Arabia and Sudan, fighting for Tibetans to be able to retain their culture and religion in Tibet and advocating for other oppressed minorities worldwide. Lantos’ efforts to protect religious freedom in 2004 resulted in a bill to halt the global spread of anti-Semitism.
Congressman Lantos and his colleagues on the International Relations Committee are also involved with many decisions that affect other aspects of American foreign policy. Lantos has spoken out strongly against waste, fraud and abuse in the multi-billion dollar U.S. reconstruction program in Iraq, and has warned that the U.S. may lose Afghanistan back to the Taliban unless the Bush Administration takes quick action to halt the current decline in security and political stability in Afghanistan.
Lantos, then the ranking Democrat in the US House of Representatives International Relations Committee, tried to redirect U.S. military aid to Egypt towards desperately-needed economic assistance. Lantos argued that the Egyptian military had made insufficient efforts to stop the flow of money and weapons across the Egyptian border to Hamas terrorists in Gaza, and had not contributed troops to internationally-supported peacekeeping efforts in Afghanistan and elsewhere.
Congressman Lantos has recently made a controversial statement accusing former German Chancellor Gerhard Schröder of being a "political prostitute," with regards to Schröder's ties to energy business in Russia, and remarked that this appellation would offend prostitutes.
1991 Persian Gulf War
Main article: Gulf War
Lantos was a strong supporter of the 1991 Persian Gulf War. During the run-up to the war, Lantos used his Congressional Human Rights Caucus to host a well-spoken young Kuwaiti woman identified only as "Nurse Nayirah", who told of horrific abuses by Iraqi soldiers, including the killing of Kuwaiti babies by taking them out of their incubators and leaving them to die on the cold floor of the hospital. These alleged atrocities figured prominently in the rhetoric at the time about Iraqi abuses in Kuwait. This story later proved to be a complete fabrication. "Nurse Nariyah" was, in fact the daughter of the Kuwaiti ambassador to the United States, and had been coached on this story by the PR firm of Hill & Knowlton, who were paid $14 million by representatives of the Government of Kuwait to create a PR campaign to generate U.S. support for an invasion. Hill & Knowlton also provided free office space to the Congressional Human Rights Foundation (distinct from the similarly named caucus), of which Lantos was co-chair at the time.
War in Iraq
By September, 2002, Lantos had shown himself to be a supporter of the White House position on the war. On October 4, 2002, Mr. Lantos led a narrow majority of Democrats on the House International Relations Committee to a successful vote in support of the President's path toward war, seeking the approval of the United Nations, but allowing the President to strike out on his own if necessary. "The train is now on its way," said Mr. Lantos after his — and the President's — victory. In later hearings on the war, Mr. Lantos continued his enthusiastic support. At one point he was confronted by witnesses who questioned the likelihood of enthusiastic Baghdadis welcoming the invading Americans; Mr. Lantos called this a kind of racism, to suggest the Iraqis might be so ungrateful.
More recently, Mr. Lantos has distanced himself from the Bush Administration's Iraq policy.
On 28 April 2006, Lantos, along with four other members of Congress and six other activists, was arrested for disorderly conduct in front of the Sudanese embassy in Washington. They were protesting the alleged role of Sudan's government in ethnic cleansing in Darfur.
Lantos said in Israel, at Israel’s Foreign Ministry, on August 27, 2006, that he will block aid promised by President George W. Bush to Lebanon and free the funds only when Beirut agreed to the deployment of international troops on the border with Syria. He was meeting at the time with Israeli Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni after talks with Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert.
During a 1996 Congressional inquiry into the "Filegate" scandal, Rep. Lantos told witness Craig Livingstone that "with an infinitely more distinguished public record than yours, Admiral Boorda committed suicide when he may have committed a minor mistake." Boorda, the Chief of Naval Operations, had recently taken his own life after his right to wear Combat V decorations had been questioned. Lantos was criticized by some (including fellow Congressman Joe Scarborough) who interpreted the remark as a suggestion that Livingstone too should kill himself.
On May 3, 2000, Lantos was involved in an automobile accident while driving on Capitol Hill. Lantos drove over a young boy's foot and then failed to stop his vehicle. He was later fined over the incident for inattentive driving.
All eyes are opened, or opening, to the rights of man. The general spread of the light of science has already laid open to every view the palpable truth, that the mass of mankind has not been born with saddles on their backs, nor a favored few booted and spurred, ready to ride them legitimately