Iran based NGO links together various extremists on the Right and the Left that make up elements of the Putin/Dugin propaganda war against “global liberal hegemony”.

The anti-Semitism Fest Where Russian Spies, Code Pink, David Duke and the Nation of Islam Make Friends and Influence People

“When a former U.S. intelligence officer was charged with spying for Iran, attention focused on the Tehran conference where she was radicalized. Meet New Horizon’s bizarre collage of neo-Nazis and anti-imperialists, recruiters for Russian subversion, and unmitigated anti-Semitism.

At how many conferences can you be guaranteed to meet Iranian Revolutionary Guards, Russian imperialists, anti-Ukrainian fascists, Chinese spies, Qaddafi devotees, Corbyn fans, Assad apologists, neo-Nazis, Trump devotees, French Holocaust deniers, Western anti-war feminists, African American separatists, Venezuelan socialists and anti-Semites of every conceivable form and type?” – Alexander Reid Ross, Haaretz

These type of events unite anti-liberal, anti-secular, anti-democratic activists from the Left and Right, East and West and are recruiting events for spies and disinformation pushing propagandists in service to an anti-human rights world order. Case in point:

And who do you see right in the middle of the cover photo on the Facebook page of the Tehran based NGO The International Institute of Independent Thinkers and Artists (New Horizon)? Alexandr Dugin, the architect of Putin’s insane neo-fascist foreign policy and the war in Ukraine.

That’s Alexander Dugin in the middle with the beard and his arms crossed at the New Horizons fascist conference in Iran

New Horizon Organization

Persons or entities that engage in transactions with this entity will be exposed to sanctions or subject to an enforcement action;Working with this entity means supporting Iranian Regime, Regime Terrorist Activities & development of WMD

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Info: The International Institute of Independent Thinkers and Artists (New Horizon) is a Tehran-based NGO which organized several International Conferences in Iran including Hollywoodism (3 editions), New Horizon (5 editions) and International conference on “Prophet, Cinema & World Literature”. Many great western personalities came to Iran in the frame of these conferences or lecture tours in Iranian universities across the country;

The conferences host American and European high-ranking anti-Zionist and anti-Imperialist academics, political & military figures, media analysts, writers, activists, singers, actors, movie critics & filmmakers to discuss different aspects of the world as they relate to human ideals on one hand and the untold realities of the globe on the other;

New Horizon Organization hosts international conferences that serve as a platform for the IRGC-QF to recruit and collect intelligence from attendees. Conference organizers have served as conduits for contact between the IRGC-QF and U.S. persons. Several New Horizon Organization-sponsored conferences have been held in the past few years in Iraq and Iran, where recruitment and collection efforts were made. These anti-Western conferences propagate anti-Semitism and conspiracy theories, including Holocaust denial;

Gholamreza Montazami, New Horizon Organization’s founder and Executive Director, and Hamed Ghashghavi, New Horizon Organization’s Secretary for International Affairs, have collaborated with IRGC circles to organize regime-sponsored New Horizon Conferences. Nader Talebzadeh Ordoubadi, New Horizon Organization’s Chairman, and Zeinab Mehanna Talebzadeh, who serves as the Chairman’s special assistant, have facilitated New Horizon Conferences;

OFAC designated Iran-based New Horizon Organization pursuant to Executive Order (E.O.) 13224 for assisting, sponsoring, or providing financial, material, or technological support for, or financial or other services to or in support of, the IRGC-QF;

New Horizon’s friends who are helping in spreading of Iranian propaganda according to their official website: 21st Century Wire (, Veterans Today (, The council for the national interest (, Culture wars (, Proche and Moyen-Orient (, Cercle Des Volontaires (, Voltairenet (, E&R (, Geo Politica (, Katehon (, American Herald Tribune (, Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth (, Al-Awda (, Neturei Karta (, The Final Call (, Pandora Tv (, Peace Makers (, Geheim Magazine (, Code Pink (, Globalist (, Clap36 (, Zuerst (, Investig’Action (, Entre La Plume Et L’Englume (, If American Knew (, Truth Justcie Peace (;

Also Known As:
The International Institute of Independent Thinkers and Artists


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Person of interests:
Gholamreza Montazami – New Horizon Organization’s founder and Executive Director
Hamed Ghashghavi – New Horizon Organization’s Secretary for International Affairs
Nader Talebzadeh Ordoubadi – New Horizon Organization’s Chairman,
Zeinab Mehanna Talebzadeh – Chairman’s special assistant
Dr. Foad Izadi – Head of technical committee
Blake Archer Williams – Content Policy advisor

Reason for the color:
» Added to the Specially Designated Nationals (SDN) list maintained by the U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) on February 13, 2019 pursuant to Executive Order 13224 for assisting, sponsoring, or providing financial, material, or technological support for, or financial or other services to or in support of, the IRGC-QF;

International Conference on Hollywoodism

The 2013 conference was held under the auspices of the Iranian government in Tehran from February 2 with about 130 international participants[1] for four days of sessions[3] Hamed Ghashghavi[9][10] was the Secretary on International Affairs of the conference. The guests included Mark Weber of the Institute for Historical Review,[11] Isabelle Coutant-Peyre (the wife of Carlos the Jackal), a Muslim activist from Chicago; Abdul Alim Musa;[1] Art Olivier, a former Libertarian Mayor of Bellflower, California,[3] and the French comedian Dieudonné M’bala M’bala.[12] The eventual American defector to Iran, Monica Witt (who also attended in 2012), was not invited but was permitted to speak, according to an organiser.[13][14] The event’s website identified ‘partners’ who included 9/11 conspiracists/Holocaust deniers Kevin Barrett (via his Truth Jihad website) and Jim Fetzer, as well as Americana Pictures, a production company owned by Merlin Miller, a member of the white supremacist American Freedom Party and the Council for the National Interest (CNI) whose leader is Alison Weir.[12] The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) said the logo for the conference combined the Star of David with masonic imagery.[12]

The conference has been held at the Parsian Azadi Hotel.[3] It was opened by Javad Shamaqdari, Iran Cinema Organization Director[10] and deputy cultural minister for cinema affairs,.[3][15] Iranian Minister of Culture and Islamic Guidance Mohammad Hosseini was also present.[3] In his speech he expressed a belief that Hollywood is governed by a “hidden management that is leading the economic, business, researching and theorizing centers”, although he also claimed the “White House’s leaders play a main role in the artistic policy for Hollywood.”[12]

Conference discussion paid special attention to the effects upon American public opinion of the U.S. film Argo (2012), a narratively fictionalised rendition of aspects of the 1979–1981 Iran hostage crisis that had been nominated for several Academy Awards.[1] Also screened and discussed were the films Unthinkable (2010) and Jerusalem Countdown (2011), among others.[10] While many attendees held the notion that U.S. films served to promote a secret agenda they called “Hollywoodism”, they often differed in their approaches.[1]

Among the 2013 attendees was former U.S. Senator and presidential candidate Mike Gravel, who had previously been a frequent interviewee of Iran’s state-sponsored PressTV.[4] Gravel said that the U.S. film industry had brainwashed the American public regarding what to think of Iran.[1] He also said the conference featured “various elements of extremes”, some of whose attitudes against Israel and Zionism were “off the charts”.[4] Another attendee was Iranian political strategist Hassan Abbasi, who is known for Zionist conspiracy theories involving the cartoon characters Tom and Jerry[1] and who said of watching American films, “The images you see pollute your sexual fantasies.”[1] E. Michael Jones, editor of an American conservative Christian magazine, said he was impressed by how the host country had desexualised their culture: “There was a reason Iranians burned their cinemas during the revolution.”[1] Abdul Alim Musa, said Islamic peoples were being subjected to a “cultural invasion” by Western film.[1]

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