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John McCain, Warmonger, Hero of the Deep State, helped cover up Israeli attack on USS LIberty

(1) Why the US ruling class mourns John McCain

(2) Ralph Nader Demands McCain to Come Clean on Israel's 1967 Attack on the USS Liberty (2008)

(3) John McCain backs Jewish zionist A. Jay Cristol's exoneration of Israel

(4) McCain called Trump's meeting with Putin 'disgraceful’ and ‘tragic’

(5) McCain's 'tireless and treacherous record of warmaking'

(6) McCain lobbied for TOW missiles and MANPADs to be sent to Syria rebels

(7) John McCain an agent of the Deep State -  E. Michael Jones

(8) McCain photograph with ISIS terrorists

(9) McCain continues to meet with ISIS/Al Qaeda terrorists

(10) John McCain Praises Father’s Whitewashing of Israel’s Attack on the USS LIBERTY!


(1) Why the US ruling class mourns John McCain

27 August 2018

There is a well-known saying, of murky Latin origin, that one should not speak ill of the dead. But when the death of an individual becomes the occasion for such universal glorification by the political establishment and the media, as with Senator John McCain of Arizona, a correction is in order. This is especially necessary since the newly deceased had such a lengthy record as a militarist and supporter of political reaction, and the further promotion of such policies is the transparent purpose of the hosannas being sung in his praise.

The Sunday television interview programs on five networks devoted the bulk of their coverage to McCain’s life and career and to fond reminiscences by well-heeled journalists and big-business politicians, Democratic and Republican. “Meet the Press” host Chuck Todd noted that McCain was the single most-interviewed person on the program, appearing 73 times in his 36-year political career.

McCain was a right-wing Republican, but the loudest tributes to his political record are coming from Democrats. Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer proposed renaming the US Senate’s Russell Office Building. Instead of Richard Russell of Georgia, a Democratic Party defender of Jim Crow segregation, the building would now be named after a Republican defender of wars in Vietnam, Central America, Yugoslavia, Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, Syria, Yemen, etc.

Speaking on ABC’s “This Week,” House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi said, “Right now I'm just heartbroken. I think America’s in tears about the loss of this great man.” Senator Bernie Sanders tweeted, “John McCain was an American hero, a man of decency and honor and a friend of mine. He will be missed not just in the US Senate but by all Americans who respect integrity and independence.”

In yet another characteristic display of lickspittling subservience to the ruling elite, “socialist” Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez tweeted: “John McCain’s legacy represents an unparalleled example of human decency and American service. As an intern, I learned a lot about the power of humanity in government through his deep friendship with Sen. Kennedy. He meant so much, to so many. My prayers are with his family.”

What does John McCain’s “legacy” consist of? How did he provide “an unparalleled example of human decency and American service”?

McCain spent four years in the House of Representatives and 32 years in the US Senate, but it would be impossible to cite a single piece of legislation with which he was associated that benefited the broad mass of the American people. As far as domestic affairs were concerned, he was best known for voting (in the House) against the bill that established a national holiday honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. In the Senate, he was the lone Republican among the “Keating Five,” senators who lobbied federal regulators on behalf of savings and loan swindler Charles Keating in 1987.

The political embarrassment caused by this episode, in which McCain narrowly avoided sanctions by the Senate Ethics Committee, led to his involvement in a decade-long effort to establish at least token limitations on corporate contributions to political campaigns. But the McCain-Feingold bill, as it became known, was ultimately gutted by the Supreme Court, which rejected most limitations on corporate purchasing of legislators as an infringement on “free speech.” Throughout his career, McCain was a reliable vote for the Republican right—for the Gramm-Rudman Act to slash federal social spending, for the impeachment conviction of President Bill Clinton, and for (with a few exceptions) measures to deregulate business and cut taxes for the wealthy.

The overriding feature of McCain’s career, however, was his reflexive hawkishness on foreign policy. He supported war after war, intervention after intervention, always promoting the use of force as the primary feature of American foreign policy, and always advocating the maximum allocation of resources to fuel the Pentagon. In his honor, after his diagnosis with brain cancer made it clear that he was unlikely to survive this year, his Senate colleagues named the 2018 version of the Pentagon budget bill the John McCain National Defense Authorization Act.

McCain’s identification with militarism began with his family background: his father and grandfather were both admirals and now have US Navy warships named after them. McCain graduated from the Naval Academy and became a pilot, leading to his capture in Vietnam and five-and-a-half years of imprisonment. No doubt the circumstances he faced there were very difficult, but any sympathy must be tempered by the fact that he became a POW after dropping bombs on largely defenseless people, making him a front-line participant in one of the greatest war crimes in history, the savage American onslaught on Vietnam.

As the World Socialist Web Site noted in a commentary published after McCain sought to lecture the Vietnamese in 2000 about their political and economic policies:

While McCain gives sermons to the Vietnamese, let us recall that American military forces carried out mass executions, bombed civilians, defoliated half the country, carried out rape and torture, burned villages, shot children, threw prisoners out of helicopters and cut off the ears of people both alive and dead, keeping them as mementos and trading them for cans of beer. Not every soldier perpetrated such crimes individually, of course, but the military intervention as a whole was of a brutal, anti-democratic, imperialist character, which inevitably found expression in such sadistic conduct.

Once freed following the Paris agreement between Washington and Hanoi, McCain came home a “war hero.” After his first marriage ended in divorce in 1980, McCain married Cindy Lou Hensley, the daughter of a multimillionaire beer distributor in Arizona. Now flush with money, McCain moved to Arizona to begin a career in Republican politics. First elected to the House of Representatives in 1982, he backed the US invasion of Grenada in 1983 and the Reagan administration policy of supporting fascist forces in Central America, including death squads in El Salvador and Guatemala and the contra terrorists at war with Nicaragua (he was on the board of the US Council for World Freedom, the American chapter of the World Anti-Communist League, for several years). After succeeding Barry Goldwater in the US Senate in 1986, he backed the first Bush administration’s invasion of Panama in 1989 and the full-scale American war against Iraq in 1990-91, during which hundreds of thousands of Iraqi conscripts were incinerated by American bombs, rockets and shells.

After some initial reluctance, McCain backed the Clinton administration’s military threats in Bosnia, including the bombing of Serb forces, and then in 1999 cheered the full-scale bombing of Serbia, declaring that the United States could accept no limitation on its military operations in support of its aims in Kosovo: “We’re in it, and we have to win it. This means we have to exercise every option.”

Like virtually every other Democrat and Republican, he supported the October 2001 invasion of Afghanistan, launching a war that is now approaching the end of its 17th year, the longest in American history.

It was in the second Iraq War that McCain played his most prominent and reactionary role, cosponsoring the 1998 Iraq Liberation Act, along with Democrat Joe Lieberman, endorsing the bombing of Iraq, first under Clinton and then George W. Bush, cheerleading the 2003 invasion and then pushing for a more aggressive use of force during the protracted US occupation, culminating in Bush’s “surge” of additional troops in 2006-2007.

McCain was a full-throated supporter of whatever lie the Bush administration chose as the basis of its war propaganda: Saddam Hussein’s alleged ties to terrorism; his possession of “weapons of mass destruction”; the desire to establish “democracy” in Iraq; and finally, the need to preserve “stability,” i.e., to deal with the consequences of the US destruction of Iraq as a functioning society.

Along the way, McCain found time to advocate military action against North Korea in 2003, US intervention in Iran in 2007, and US support for Georgia in the war between Russia and that Caucasian republic in 2008 (when he dispatched his wife Cindy to Tbilisi in a show of support).

Finally, in 2008, McCain won the presidential nomination of the Republican Party. Already in ill health, the 71-year-old nominee displayed his “love of country” by selecting the fascistic nitwit, Sarah Palin, as his running mate.

McCain’s 2008 presidential campaign was defeated, in part because of popular hostility to the war in Iraq, with which he was so identified, and partly because of his failure, during the financial crisis of September 2008, to respond as quickly as Obama to the demands of Wall Street for a full-scale federal bailout of the banks.

Throughout the Obama administration, McCain was a firm supporter of the Democratic president when he used military force, as in Libya, or threatened it, as in the South China Sea, and a critic when Obama pulled back, as in Syria. McCain and John Kerry introduced a Senate resolution to sanction the war in Libya, and McCain called for US air power to be used in “a heavier way.” In September 2013, McCain backed a resolution passed by the Senate Foreign Relations Committee to give US support to military operations in Syria that would “change the momentum on the battlefield” and strengthen forces opposed to the regime of Bashar al-Assad. He repeatedly called for “more boots on the ground” for the US-backed war against ISIS in Iraq and Syria.

In October 2016, while the Democratic Party was focusing its presidential campaign on alleged Russian “meddling,” McCain authored an op-ed column published in the Wall Street Journal in which he indicted Russia for having “slaughtered countless civilians” in Syria through “relentless indiscriminate bombing.” There was no little irony in the former bomber of North Vietnam denouncing Russia for doing a tiny fraction of the damage inflicted by the “shock and awe” campaign in Iraq, which led to one million deaths and which McCain supported enthusiastically.

We have noted the embrace of McCain’s legacy by his supposed opponents in the Democratic Party. This is not merely the result of McCain’s support for the bogus allegations of Russian interference in the 2016 US elections, peddled by the Democrats and much of the military-intelligence apparatus. More than a decade ago, in the summer of 2004, there were back-channel discussions between Kerry and McCain, in which the Democratic nominee suggested the formation of a bipartisan presidential ticket, with McCain running as his vice-president, to oppose the reelection of George W. Bush. McCain toyed with the idea, but ultimately decided to remain with the Republicans.

In 2007, when his second campaign to seek the Republican presidential nomination was floundering in its initial stages, McCain was interviewed on the “60 Minutes” program on CBS about the mounting opposition to the war in Iraq. “At what point do you stop doing what you think is right and you start doing what the majority of the American people want?” he was asked. McCain responded, “I disagree with what the majority of the American people want.” The Wall Street Journal hailed this response—which essentially rejected popular sovereignty as the basis of democracy—as “McCain’s Finest Hour.”

It is this absolute commitment to the defense of American imperialism that endeared McCain to the US ruling elite as a whole and explains the outpouring of adulation over the weekend.

Patrick Martin


(2) Ralph Nader Demands McCain to Come Clean on Israel's 1967 Attack on the USS Liberty (2008)

Thursday, October 30, 2008 at 12:00:00 AM

Press Release FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Marc Abizeid, 202-471-5833,; Toby Heaps, 202-471-5833,

Nader Calls on Senator McCain to Come Clean on What He Knows About Israel’s 1967 Attack on the USS Liberty

Independent presidential candidate Ralph Nader today called on Senator John McCain to come clean on what he knows about the 1967 attack on the USS Liberty.

The attack killed 34 American soldiers and wounded more than 170.

The Israelis claim that the attack on the Liberty was an accident.

But the crew of the Liberty, and high ranking U.S. officials, including then-CIA director Richard Helms, then-Secretary of State Dean Rusk, as well as Admiral Thomas Hinman Moorer, former Chief of Naval Operations and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff — said the attack was deliberate.

Senator McCain’s father, John S. McCain Jr., at the time Commander in Chief, United States Naval Forces, Europe, rushed approval of an internal report exonerating Israel.

A few years ago, a Florida bankruptcy court judge, A. Jay Cristol, wrote a book — The Liberty Incident — accepting the Israeli thesis that the attack was an accident.

Senator McCain, against all evidence, gave an approving blurb to the book which read:

"After years of research for this book, Judge A. Jay Cristol has reached a similar conclusion to one my father reached in his June 18, 1967 endorsement of the findings of the court of inquiry. I commend Judge Cristol for his thoroughness and fairness, and I commend this work."

In a signed affidavit released at a 2003 Capitol Hill news conference, retired Captain Ward Boston, a former Navy attorney who helped lead the military investigation into the 1967 Israeli attack on the Liberty, said that former President Lyndon Johnson and his defense secretary, Robert McNamara, ordered that the inquiry conclude the incident was an accident.

Boston said Johnson and McNamara told those heading the Navy’s inquiry to "conclude that the attack was a case of ‘mistaken identity’ despite overwhelming evidence to the contrary."

According to press reports, Boston was senior legal counsel to the Navy’s original 1967 review of the attack.

Boston said in the sworn statement that he stayed silent for years because he’s a military man, and "when orders come … I follow them."

Boston said he felt compelled to "share the truth" following the publication Cristol’s book — which concluded the attack was unintentional.

"The evidence is overwhelming that the Israeli attack on the USS Liberty was not an accident," Nader said. "I call on Senator McCain to search his conscience and tell the truth about what he knows about the cover up of this Israeli attack that killed 34 American sailors and wounded 170 other American sailors on that clearly identified U.S. Navy technical research ship."


(3) John McCain backs Jewish zionist A. Jay Cristol's exoneration of Israel

The Liberty Incident: The 1967 Israeli Attack on the U.S. Navy Spy

February 23, 2003

by A. Jay Cristol

After years of research for this book, Judge A. Jay Cristol has reached a similar conclusion to one my father reached in his June 18, 1967, endorsement of the findings of the court of inquiry. I commend Judge Cristol for his thoroughness and fairness, and I commend this work. -" Sen. John McCain


(4) McCain called Trump's meeting with Putin 'disgraceful’ and ‘tragic’

‘Disgraceful’ and ‘tragic’: John McCain’s excoriation of Trump on Russia

By Amber Phillips

July 16 at 3:11 PM

Hands down, one of the harshest criticisms comes from a leader of his own party, Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.). McCain issued a statement hours after Trump and Putin gave a joint news conference, calling Trump's performance “disgraceful.”

McCain, who is at home in Arizona battling brain cancer, is Trump's leading GOP antagonist. He has issued several takedowns of Trump's worldview over the past year. But McCain's statement on Trump's performance in Helsinki is so blistering that it stands alone and is worth spending time on. Here's the full statement, annotated. Click on the highlighted text to read the annotations:

“Today’s press conference in Helsinki was one of the most disgraceful performances by an American president in memory. The damage inflicted by President Trump’s naivete, egotism, false equivalence, and sympathy for autocrats is difficult to calculate. But it is clear that the summit in Helsinki was a tragic mistake.

“President Trump proved not only unable, but unwilling to stand up to Putin. He and Putin seemed to be speaking from the same script as the president made a conscious choice to defend a tyrant against the fair questions of a free press, and to grant Putin an uncontested platform to spew propaganda and lies to the world.

“It is tempting to describe the press conference as a pathetic rout — as an illustration of the perils of under-preparation and inexperience. But these were not the errant tweets of a novice politician. These were the deliberate choices of a president who seems determined to realize his delusions of a warm relationship with Putin’s regime without any regard for the true nature of his rule, his violent disregard for the sovereignty of his neighbors, his complicity in the slaughter of the Syrian people, his violation of international treaties, and his assault on democratic institutions throughout the world.

“Coming close on the heels of President Trump’s bombastic and erratic conduct towards our closest friends and allies in Brussels and Britain, today’s press conference marks a recent low point in the history of the American presidency. That the president was attended in Helsinki by a team of competent and patriotic advisers makes his blunders and capitulations all the more painful and inexplicable.

“No prior president has ever abased himself more abjectly before a tyrant. Not only did President Trump fail to speak the truth about an adversary; but speaking for America to the world, our president failed to defend all that makes us who we are — a republic of free people dedicated to the cause of liberty at home and abroad. American presidents must be the champions of that cause if it is to succeed. Americans are waiting and hoping for President Trump to embrace that sacred responsibility. One can only hope they are not waiting totally in vain.”

(5) McCain's 'tireless and treacherous record of warmaking'

Remembering John McCain

AUGUST 26, 2018

BY 21WIRE {Patrick Henningsen}

U.S. Senator John McCain died Saturday after a long battle with brain cancer. McCain was 81 years old. In his final hours, the self-proclaimed “maverick” Republican from Arizona turned down further medical treatment.

As the Sunday news programs made their final edits on what would be a weekend of nonstop tributes, we couldn’t help but reflect on this man’s tireless and treacherous record of warmaking – death and destruction visited upon people all over the world because of his dedicated public service to the industry of war. Here’s but a sampling of what we and others had to say about his legacy.

You will not find a word of this spoken on the corporate media circuit. These outlets are too busy filling their coffers with advertising dollars, and their board seats with individuals, from the same war industrial complex…

Sarah Abdallah @sahouraxo

 John McCain heavily promoted the lies that led to the Iraq war.

He championed the NATO bombing of Libya.

He supported & armed the jihadists destroying Syria.

He played a role in bringing neo-Nazis to power in Ukraine & backed Saudi Arabia’s genocide in Yemen.

He was no hero.

Bernie Sanders @SenSanders

John McCain was an American hero, a man of decency and honor and a friend of mine. He will be missed not just in the U.S. Senate but by all Americans who respect integrity and independence. Jane and I send our deepest condolences to his family.

John Pilger @johnpilger

 The Guardian describes the late John McCain as a "war hero". As a pilot in Vietnam, McCain cravenly bombed a mostly undefended country of civilians.  When he was skilfully brought down, his life was saved by the very people he was trying to harm.  A true American plastic hero.

George Galloway @georgegalloway

 Was #JohnMcCain a hero because he bombed the defenceless people of Vietnam? Or because he ceaselessly prosecuted war in Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya, Syria, the Ukraine? Or was it because he wanted to “Bomb Bomb Iran” to the tune of Barbara Ann? Asking for some dead friends...

Crimes of USA @CrimesofUS

 John McCain supported the destruction of Libya. He supported the war on Syria. He not only supported terrorists in Libya and Syria but gave them arms and cash. McCain also supported neo-Nazis in Ukraine. Your archetypal US war criminal through and through.

Bryan MacDonald @27khv

 Today’s eye-opener: the amount of supposedly centrist, liberal European politicians retweeting eulogies to John McCain. Because if he had been European, he’d have been seen as a hardcore, conservative, nationalist militarist. I guess this shows the sheer power of US propaganda.

????? ????????? @poroshenko

Sad news for all Ukrainian people - died a great friend of Ukraine Senator John McCain.

We will never forget his invaluable contribution to the development of democracy and freedom in Ukraine and the support of our state.

Condolences to the family and all American people.


(6) McCain lobbied for TOW missiles and MANPADs to be sent to Syria rebels

27 AUGUST 2018

Prominent American independent journalist Patrick Henningsen has discussed the passing of US Senator John McCain with Radio Sputnik, explaining the divisive nature of the late politician’s figure and his relationship with the so-called “deep state.”

Sputnik: The news of Mr. McCain’s death has drawn mixed emotions across the international public. Why was his figure so divisive?

Patrick Henningsen: John McCain is a very divisive political character, so [he] made a lot of enemies over the years in politics. And he was quite assertive and he put himself really out front on a lot of controversial issues, and I think that probably one of the one of the most controversial aspects of John McCain, what he stood for, really was pushing for military intervention and the application of hard power by the United States in overseas war theaters, and actively lobbying to arm what he called “the moderate rebels” in Syria which we now know were a strain of al-Qaeda-affiliated terrorist groups.

He actively lobbied for TOW missiles and MANPADs to be sent to them in order to turn the tide of that war, when in effect what it did was extend the war in Syria, and has succeeded in flooding the region with illicit arms and weapons that has caused untold suffering. So I can understand why there are a lot of people who would oppose his militaristic stances on Syria, Libya, Yemen and also on Ukraine. And his career in Vietnam as well, if you want to add that, there’s no shortage of people lining up to oppose what he stood for.

Sputnik: I remember in recent times, one of the incidents that first brought Mr. McCain to my attention was when he was in Kiev, Ukraine at the time and actively encouraging the public to go against the democratically voted-in parliament; that was 2014, of course when the uprising and the new Western-oriented government came in. Would you say then that Mr. McCain was very much part of the deep state, the American geopolitical culture that so embedded the country in recent years?

Patrick Henningsen: Yeah, I think that if anybody embodies the deep state or embodies the unofficial forces that really conduct power in Washington along the lines of the Pentagon, the Central Intelligence Agency and the Department of Defense in general, it is John McCain; he embodies that unseen sort of hidden hand.

The problem with John McCain is that, I think, sneaking into Syria and being photographed with militants, being on stage with Svoboda and Right Sector lobbying for lethal aid to the Ukraine and aligning himself with neo-Nazi factions there prior to the Maidan coup, he’s going to attract a lot of warranted criticism, unfortunately. But because he represented the deep state interests, he was absolutely ring-fenced and protected by the mainstream media in the United States.


(7) John McCain an agent of the Deep State -  E. Michael Jones

Graham and McCain complete operatives of US Deep State: Analyst

Tue Apr 3, 2018 06:33PM

Hawkish Republican Senators Lindsey Graham and John McCain are complete operatives of the US Deep State, which wants to keep wars going in the Middle East, says E. Michael Jones, a political analyst in Indiana.

Jones, a writer, former professor, media commentator and the current editor of the Culture Wars magazine, made the remarks in a phone interview with Press TV on Tuesday.

Graham on Sunday warned President Donald Trump against pulling American forces from Syria, saying it would lead to a re-emergence of the Daesh (ISIL) terrorist group and increased Iranian influence over the Syrian government.

"It’d be the single worst decision the president could make," Graham, a Republican member of the Senate Armed Services Committee, said in an interview with Fox News.

"We got ISIL (Daesh) on the ropes. You want to let 'em off the ropes, remove American soldiers," Graham said.

Commenting on this, Jones said, “This is completely preposterous. These people were proxies of the United States to begin with. If the United States is not supporting them, they will not come back.”


(8) McCain photograph with ISIS terrorists

Photo of McCain with ISIS leaders is at


PROOF THAT JOHN “INSANE” MCCAIN HELPED CREATE ISIS: It is not simply Democrats who are mounting a coup against President Donald Trump! John McCain is essentially the political spokesman for the surveillance state that is leaking and faking information to discredit or entrap Trump, the deep state who have set the world on fire with “regime change.” It was an open “secret” that our government armed and created ISIS even before the John Kerry tapes surfaced. Yet McCain continues to meet with ISIS and Al Qaeda terrorists, sneaking across the border to meet with them at the end of February. McCain’s policy of creating & aiding ISIS for regime change is NOT Trump’s policy of destroying ISIS. Why is his secret meeting not aiding & abetting terrorists and seditious conspiracy?


(9) McCain continues to meet with ISIS/Al Qaeda terrorists


Why is his secret meeting not “aiding & abetting terrorists” and “seditious conspiracy”? - MARCH 4, 2017

It is not simply Democrats who are mounting a coup against Trump. John McCain is essentially the political spokesman for the surveillance state that is leaking and faking information to discredit or entrap Trump — the deep state who have set the world on fire with “regime change.”

It was an open “secret” that our government armed and created ISIS even before the Kerry tapes surfaced. Yet McCain continues to meet with ISIS/Al Qaeda terrorists, sneaking across the border to meet with them at the end of February.

McCain’s policy of creating & aiding ISIS for regime change is NOT Trump’s policy of destroying ISIS.

Why is his secret meeting not aiding & abetting terrorists and seditious conspiracy?


(10) John McCain Praises Father’s Whitewashing of Israel’s Attack on the USS LIBERTY!

September 2nd, 2011 | Author: Patriot

“After years of research for this book, Judge A. Jay Cristol (an Israel firster of Jewish descent) has reached a similar conclusion to one my father reached in his June 18, 1967, endorsement of the findings of the court of inquiry. I commend Judge Cristol for his thoroughness and fairness, and I commend this work.” – SEN. JOHN McCAIN

Ralph Nader calls into question John McCain’s patriotism and loyalty to the United States:

USS Liberty survivors Stan White and Phil Tourney on John McCain and admiral Father’s role in USS Liberty cover-up:

Captain Ward Boston mentioned John McCain’s admiral Father and his association with ongoing USS Liberty cover-up in following youtube:

Captain Ward Boston’s Testimony Regarding USS Liberty Cover-Up:

Liberty Cover-Up and John McCain’s Conscience

Liberty Survivors Invoke Benghazi, Demand Hearings:

Following comment shows in comments section at bottom of above article:

WHY McCain doesn’t want to talk: –

There are Two Main reasons why Senator John McCain wants to keep the attack on the USS Liberty buried.

1-  McCain’s Father (Admiral John S McCain) was in charge of US Naval Forces in Europe at the time of the attack and Admiral McCain was involved in the COVER-UP, of the attack on the Liberty.

2-  In America, huge sums of Money are needed to Win Elections at the National Level.  (Congress, President)   Wealthy American Jews give huge sums of Cash to Pro-Israeli Congressmen and Congresswomen. Anyone deemed to be “anti-Israel” is cut off from Funding.  As a result, it’s very hard to Win an Election at the National Level, unless the candidate is a full time stooge to the powerful US Israeli Lobby.  (AIPAC)

John McCain confronted about USS Liberty cover-up & Media Accomplices:

John McCain Confronted About USS Liberty Cover-up Memorial Day 2012:

McCain and Israel’s Bombing of the U.S.S. Liberty:

Liberty Survivors Invoke Benghazi, Demand Hearings (that Israeli first traitor McCain ignores):

New USS Liberty documentary (‘The Day Israel Attacked America’):

Six Days of War, 40 Years of Secrecy:

Former US Navy JAGC Merlin Staring said USS Liberty attack deliberate

‘USS Liberty’ veterans demand investigation:

BBC Documentary on the USS Liberty: “Dead in the Water”:

USS Liberty Cover Up – Full Documentary – “The Loss Of Liberty”:

Israel’s deadly attack on USS Liberty emerges from the past:


[[Big, big articles by AFP re interviews with Phil Tourney and James Morris]]

Look what Admiral Thomas Moorer (former Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff) had to say during an interview!:

“I’ve never seen a President — I don’t care who he is — stand up to them. It just boggles the mind. They always get what they want. The Israelis know what is going on all the time. I got to the point where I wasn’t writing anything down. If the American people understood what a grip these people have got on our government, they would RISE UP IN ARMS. Our citizens certainly don’t have any idea what goes on.” – Admiral Thomas H. Moorer, US Navy & Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff during interview on 24 August 1983

Admiral Thomas Moorer Rejects Israel’s Excuse

Israeli Attack on U.S. Navy Ship Led to Cover-Up (By Admiral Thomas Moorer)

Admiral Moorer mentioned at following URL as well:  “No American President can stand up to Israel.” Scroll down to link for George Washington’s ‘Farewell Address’ (warning US to avoid passionate attachments and entangling alliances for foreign nations like we have with Israel which is taking US down as conveyed via  as well) to read at bottom of

Read via following article by former Republican Congressman Paul Findley why the USS Liberty attack/cover-up still matters even to this day:

The High Cost of Subservience to Israel (by Paul Findley):

-- Peter Myerswebsite: