Memorial Day: What Did We Learn From Israelís Sneak Attack on the U.S.S. Liberty?
Memorial Day is to honor the American military and in particular those members of the military whoíve died or were wounded in battle.
The U.S.S. Liberty after the Israeli sneak attack which murdered 34 Americans and wounded 174 others.
There are 33 American military members and one American civilian contractor who died terrifying horrific deaths and 174 Americans who were horribly wounded due to Israelís sneak attack on the virtually unarmed American intelligence ship the U.S.S. Liberty
on June 8, 1967. These dead and wounded men were deemed useless to the U.S. political whores in Washington. That is why the cowardly war-mongering Defense Secretary Robert McNamara, after ordering American fighter jets that were on their way to save the Americans on the U.S.S. Liberty from their Jewish butchers back to their carriers said
, ďPresident [Lyndon] Johnson is not going to go to war or embarrass an American ally over a few sailors.Ē
The tragic case of the U.S.S. Liberty
should teach any American who is in the military or who is thinking about joining the military about who is really running the show and who they really are or will be fighting for. The politicians owe the only thing they care about, their meaningless political careers, to the Israel lobby
and the Jewish dominated media
. They look at Americans in the U.S. military as pawns they can use to promote their political careers. Not only will the U.S. military be used to advance Israel and its stooges in the White House and Congress with no regard for the welfare of American military personnel, the politicians will NOT
use the American military to protect American citizens from Israeli violence.
America has not learned its U.S.S. Liberty
lesson. Things have actually gotten much worse. Now, instead of one American ship being attacked by the terrorist state of Israel, our entire military is used to fight wars for Israelís benefit. Case in point is Iraq. The Iraq War was spurred forward by the Jewish neoconservative Deputy Defense Secretary Paul Wolfowitz. He was the one who first suggested it
to goy-boy George W. Bush. And Wolfowitz had the gall to play wounded American vets for fools by buying them stake dinners in Washington and signing autographs (as shown at right) for the trusting and unsuspecting pawns.
Neocon war-pig Paul Wolfowitz signs an autograph for a naive wounded soldier at a steak dinner in Washington. The Iraq War was fought for Israel's and U.S. politicians' benefit.
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