Tuesday, October 12, 2010

USS LIBERTY Issue Proves to Be the Silver Bullet as Powerful Zionist Group Runs For Cover

Like “Bruiser”, the bully who has been challenged to a fight after school but who turns out to be a no-show upon realizing he’s about to be turned into hamburger, one of the most powerful Zionist organizations in the world–the Anti-Defamation League of B’nai B’rith–has completely expunged all references to Israel’s deliberate attack on the USS LIBERTY from its internationally-read website. The ADL–contacted for this piece, gave no reasons for their decision.

Lest some think this decision on the part of the Mossad-affiliated ADL is minor in its scope, it should be noted that the website section dealing with Israel’s attack on the USS LIBERTY (leaving 34 American servicemen dead and almost 200 seriously wounded) was not just a simple 1-page belly-dance of Zionist disinformation. In the interests of intellectually-tranquilizing otherwise-interested persons wanting to know more about the infamous event that brought the world to the brink of nuclear war between the U.S. and U.S.S.R., the ADL had compiled years’ worth of citations and notations and with regular relevant updates as they occurred. Extensive in its disinformation and done in the interests of painting the deliberate act of war against America as a case of “mistaken identity” the section dealing with the LIBERTY was possibly as much as a half-dozen pages in length and brazen in its deception. The person(s) responsible for providing new information for the page’s updates noted what was written by so-and-so LIBERTY survivor in what article on what day, as well as regular updates concerning what Phil Tourney–clearly the most outspoken of all the LIBERTY survivors–would say on the various radio programs where he appeared as either host or guest.

Assuming that the removal of the entire LIBERTY section was not the result of a spilled cup of coffee on a computer keyboard but rather a conscious decision on the part of ADL’s strategists and planners, all those who note this development must scratch their heads in curiosity over why such actions would be taken.

The most likely explanation for this noteworthy development is the fact that in the last 2 years (and due almost entirely to the efforts of aforementioned USS LIBERTY survivor Phil Tourney) public awareness of and interest in what took place on June 8 1967 has taken on renewed vim and vigor by a sizable number of persons around the world. First with the radio program “The Liberty Hour” (appearing for nearly 2 years on the Republic Broadcasting Network before being suddenly cancelled for reasons unclear) then with the publication of Tourney’s book What I Saw That Day…Israel’s June 8 1967 Holocaust of US Servicemen Aboard the USS LIBERTY and its Aftermath the LIBERTY issue–for years smoldering and barely alive–has now suddenly burst into flames, providing light for many who want to know exactly why the U.S. finds itself in the kind of mess it’s in these days viz-a-viz the Middle East quagmire and corruption of her politics.


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