John McCain: A Closer Look at Evil (Part 9)

Sen. John McCain (R-AZ)

Why would John McCain, a senior member of the Senate Committee on Armed Services, sell us a war on false pretenses? Unless he purposely led us astray, why has he yet to apologize?

Here in Arizona, no one dares ask the hard questions of McCain, now elderly and in the midst of his fifth Senate campaign. By all accounts, being around him is like walking on eggshells. He’s long been a notoriously volatile emotional volcano prone to erupt at the slightest provocation.

No one knows the true military history of the man who insisted that our military invade Iraq. After four six-year terms in the Senate, his real life experience remains a mystery to most.

What’s known is the “McCain brand.” The brand features wrapped-in-the-flag testimonials and photo-op visuals associating him with truth, justice and the American way.

But who is the real deal behind this aging facade?

His political packagers branded him early on as a war hero—a photogenic son and grandson of U.S. Navy admirals and a Vietnam-era prisoner-of-war. Right out of Hollywood casting.

That worked. Why delve any deeper? Just wave the flag, mark your ballot and move on, sucker.

You’ll not find his real history in the mainstream press. Nor in the history books. Not yet.

However, when the pictographic International Dictionary of Organized Crime is released, his photo will be featured next to the word “asset.”

What can you say about someone whose profiled personality dysfunctions enabled him to be manipulated by others throughout the entirety of his tenure in public office?

Hero, Traitor or a Classic Asset?

Even modest research confirms a life pattern of deception and duplicity. Desperation must now be settling in at the realization that the McCain charade is over.

Were he honorable, he would have retired by now. But then that’s why he is who he is.

The real McCain manipulated the American public with phony intelligence. He lied. We know it. He knows it. Yet no one talks about it, least of all him.

Did he intentionally defraud us? Or did he allow himself to be used to obscure a mega-fraud perpetrated by others? Neither is a great leadership trait.

Here’s what our senior military officers long ago figured out: McCain is a liar and a phony.

John McCain was weaned on a family secret of shocking deceit. In 1967, his father aided Israel in covering up her murder of 34 Americans aboard the USS liberty during the Six-Day Land Grab. The crew suffered more than 200 casualties.

When the cover-up succeeded, President Lyndon Johnson rewarded Admiral McCain with a broader command.

Johnson was then having an affair with former Irgun operative Mathilde Krim. The winsome blond was then married to Arthur Krim, president of United Artists and chair of the campaign finance committee for the Democratic Party—led by Johnson.

In the annals of crime, organized or not, the fabled Six-Day War was an inside job. That taking of land was a region-wide provocation aided by Zionist staff and advisers surrounding Johnson.

With the scent of his Israeli lover still fresh on him, Johnson ordered the recall of American fighter jets launched off a U.S. aircraft carrier. Those jets were dispatched in response to a distress call from a U.S. Navy ship under enemy attack—by Israeli aircraft and torpedo boats.

That U.S. retreat marked a first in U.S. Navy history. That incident also assured Tel Aviv that they could get away with anything—including the mass murder of Americans—and not jeopardize U.S. support.

In his later years, Johnson’s Defense Secretary Robert McNamara claimed memory lapses around the USS Liberty “incident.” The memory of the USS Liberty survivors remains intact.

Rewarding the Deceivers

Johnson gave McCain’s father command of the Pacific fleet with oversight of personnel on the ground, sea and air in that theater, including the war in Vietnam. That’s a big job. To have McCain’s son as a POW was a big deal.

To have that son do dozens of broadcasts for North Vietnam was a huge propaganda victory and another first in U.S. Navy history. The McCain family legacy of lies appears to date from then.

That USS Liberty incident affected the status of U.S. forces worldwide when Johnson gave command of the Atlantic fleet to the head of the Navy Board of Inquiry who aided the cover-up.

With promotions given those aiding a cover-up of Israeli crimes against Americans, what signal did our civilian leaders send to our military leaders?

Be careful. Thinking too long about that may give you searing insights into the dynamics behind our latest war.

Though McCain is widely and rightly distrusted and disliked by senior military officers, their distaste is dwarfed by the disgust felt by well-informed veterans.

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3 Responses to "John McCain: A Closer Look at Evil (Part 9)"

  1. fixthefuture911  August 7, 2010 at 6:44 pm

    Why would John McCain, a senior member of the Senate Committee on Armed Services, sell us a war on false pretenses? Unless he purposely led us astray, why has he yet to apologize?

    SENATOR DARTH HAS PROVEN hIS allegiance to
    the dark side beyond a shadow of a doubt,
    will sell out early & often & as frequently as possible,

    perhaps they just want to have a third string backup for ?

  2. Thetowncrier  August 7, 2010 at 4:12 pm

    The ONLY way McCain has ever won an election is to LIE!

    FLUSH THE JOHN! McCain HAS to go!
    (To the tune of Frankie & Johnny!)

    Johnny and Teddy were Senators
    On opposite sides of the aisle
    They got together and drafted a bill
    Guaranteed to make illegals smile
    Amnesty was their game – and they had no shame

    Johnny and Senator Feingold
    Gave campaign finance a try
    But then the highest court in the land
    Said the 1st amendment must apply
    Gotta play by the rules – now Johnny looks like a fool

    Johnny and Mr. Obama
    They both agree Gitmo should close
    But bringing terrorists into the USA
    Is a plan that we oppose
    No, they don’t belong – and Johnny’s got it all wrong

    Now Johnny and Senator Lieberman
    Got together on cap and trade
    Anemic hands across the aisle
    Gonna send the country to its grave
    It’s time to let him know – old Johnny’s gotta go

    Johnny believes Global Warming
    Limousine Liberals and all
    Congressional junkets to Copenhagen
    Everybody’s havin’ a ball
    Just ask Al Gore – Johnny knows the score

    S & L Man Charlie Keating
    He came to Johnny one day
    Said “the government boys are sniffing around
    How much to make ‘em go away?”
    Did Johnny take a bribe to join the Keating 5?

    Now fast-forward 20 years later
    Banks are in trouble again
    Johnny says, “Let’s bail ‘em out
    It’s just a trillion – or maybe ten.
    Let’s put some wind in their sails – ‘cause they’re too big to fail.”

    We know there’s oil in Alaska
    Drilling won’t cause any harm
    But Johnny agrees with the tree-hugging geeks
    Gas is gonna cost a leg and an arm
    Johnny why can’t you see what’s good for you and me?

    Now everyone knows about ACORN
    They get lots of taxpayers’ dough
    Prostitution rings and voter fraud
    And home loans to any old schmoe
    No matter ACORN’s crimes – Johnny thinks they’re just fine

    We’re tired of hearin’ your flip-flops
    We’re tired of hearin’ your lies
    You may think we’re all dummies but you can’t
    Pull the wool over our eyes
    You’re career’s hit a snag – so start packin’ your bags

    ‘Cause Johnny, you’ve worn out your welcome
    It’s time to bid DC goodbye
    Go write a book or learn to cook
    And eat a little humble pie
    Just ask Sheriff Joe – he says you gotta go

    Yeah, go Johnny, go – it’s time to hit the road.


    Go here and there are links to all the news articles proving the points made in the song.

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