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McCain Most Flawed Presidential Candidate in U.S. History

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  • David Crockett Williams
    The Most Flawed Presidential Candidate In History - Roland C. Eyears http://tinyurl.com/6msxcx Decorated Ex Marine says -- John McCain is no Hero
    Message 1 of 1 , Jun 4, 2008

      "The Most Flawed Presidential Candidate In History" - Roland C. Eyears



      Decorated Ex Marine says -- John McCain is no Hero




      It looks like opponents of McCain for President should circulate this information for authentication and public discussion as soon as possible?  Maybe this can help Ron Paul win the Republican nomination?


      Note Bronfman-Einhorn connection.


      [Einhorn was Sarfatti’s first book agent]


      From: Jack Sarfatti [mailto:sarfatti@...] www.stardrive.org [physicist behind star wars]
      Sent: Wednesday, June 04, 2008 9:34 AM
      Subject: "Swiftboat" article on McCain as "Manchurian Candidate" just received




      I have no idea if any of this is true, I am not endorsing it. I don't know who wrote it. It was sent to me under an alias. Any comments on the authenticity of the allegations below?



      Begin forwarded message:


      John Sidney McCain III -

      The Most Flawed Presidential Candidate in U.S. History


      It is now clear that what is left of the Republicon

      Party, after being fatally poisoned by the Bush

      administration, intends to commit suicide by

      nominating Senator John McCain (R-Hanoi)

      for the presidency. Where do I start?




      McCain spent his boyhood in exclusive boarding

      schools where staffers were paid to put up with

      his tirades. We all did some immature things

      before we matured. But with McCain,

      the tirades continue today.


      Had he not been the son and grandson of admirals,

      there is scant chance he would have been admitted

      to the U.S. Naval Academy. Given his behavior

      patterns and academics, had he not been the son

      and grandson of admirals, there is little doubt he

      would have been thrown out. Instead, in 1958 he

      managed to graduate 894 out of 899. Had he not

      been the son and grandson of admirals, there is no

      chance he would have been accepted into the

      prestigious naval flight training program over

      far better qualified officers. On his way to

      becoming a North Vietnamese ace, the aviator

      lost 3 expensive aircraft on routine, non-combat

      flights. Little was made of all that, because he

      was, you know, the son and grandson of admirals.


      McCain's most horrendous loss occurred in

      1967 on the USS Forrestal. Well, not

      horrendous for him. The starter motor switch

      on the A4E Skyhawk allowed fuel to pool in

      the engine. When the aircraft was "wet-started,"

      an impressive flame would shoot from the tail.

      It was one of the ways young hot-shots got

      their jollies. Investigators and survivors

      took the position that McCain deliberately

      wet-started to harass the F4 pilot directly

      behind him. The cook off launched an

      M34 Zuni rocket that tore through the

      Skyhawk's fuel tank, released a thousand

      pound bomb, and ignited a fire that killed

      the pilot plus 167 men. Before the tally

      of dead and dying was complete, the son

      and grandson of admirals had been

      transferred to the USS Oriskany.


      As a rising naval officer, McCain was

      surrounded by rumors of numerous

      adulterous affairs, such as used to be

      called "conduct unbecoming an officer."

      Author and biographer Robert Timberg

      has detailed several of McCain's sexual

      relationships with subordinates when

      serving as a Squadron Leader and an

      Executive Officer. I think we all know

      such behavior is a clear violation of the

      Uniform Code of Military Justice, in

      other words, a crime.


      When McCain's application to the

      National War College was rejected,

      according to noted author and researcher

      Joel Skousen, he whined to daddy who

      pulled strings with the Secretary

      of the Navy.




      McCain's 5 1/2-year stay at the Hanoi Hilton

      (officially Hoa Loa Prison) has ever since

      been the subject of great controversy.

      He maintains that he was tortured and

      otherwise badly mistreated. One of many

      who disagree is Dennis Johnson, imprisoned

      at Hanoi and never given treatment for his

      broken leg. He reports that every time he

      saw McCain, who was generally kept

      segregated, the man was clean-shaven,

      dressed in fresh clothes, and appeared

      comfortable among North Vietnamese Army

      officers. He adds that he frequently heard

      McCain's collaborative statements broadcast

      over the prison's loud speakers.


      On October 26, 1967, McCain's A-4

      Skyhawk was shot down over Hanoi .

      The fractures of 1 leg and both arms

      were reportedly due to his failure to

      tuck them in during ejection.

      According to U.S. News & World Report

      (May 14, 1973), McCain didn't wait

      long before offering military information

      in return for medical care. While an

      extraordinary patient at Gi Lam Hospital,

      he was visited by a number of dignitaries,

      including, to quote McCain himself,

      General Vo Nguyen Giap, the national

      hero of Dienbienphu.


      Jack McLamb is a highly respected

      name in law enforcement circles.

      After 9 years of clandestine operations

      in Cambodia and unmentionable areas,

      he returned home to Phoenix where he

      became one of the most decorated

      police officers on record. Twice McLamb

      was named Officer of the Year. He went

      on to become an FBI hostage negotiator.

      This man has stated that every one of

      the many former POWs he has talked

      with consider McCain a traitor.

      States McLamb, "He was never tortured...

      The Vietnamese Communists called him

      the Songbird, that's his code name,

      Songbird McCain, because he just came

      into the camp singing and telling them

      everything they wanted to know."

      McLamb further quotes former POWs

      as saying McCain starred in 32 propaganda

      videos in which he denounced his country

      and comrades.


      The Glavnoje Razvedyvatel'noje Upravlenije

      is the Soviet's military intelligence division.

      Numerous sources confirm that during the

      Nam Era, the English-speaking Vietnamese

      who conducted interrogations of American

      prisoners were always overseen by

      Russian GRU officers. The ranking GRU

      officer at the Hanoi Hilton had a multilingual

      teenage son who was tasked with translating

      all interrogation reports into Russian.

      He would become known only as T.


      According to T who interpreted all

      interrogations and notes pertaining to

      McCain during the latter's stay from

      December, 1969, to March, 1973, when a

      well-fed looking McCain's was released,

      privileges were extended. These included

      time at a furnished apartment in

      Hanoi -- furnished with 2 prostitutes.

      McCain would attribute such absences

      to solitary confinement.


      It has been widely reported that following

      his father's appointment as CINCPAC

      Commander-in-Chief of all U.S. forces in

      the Vietnam theater of operations,

      McCain was offered an immediate

      parole. McCain insists that he refused

      such a preference. Others insist that his

      father refused to allow such a preference.

      In any event, such an offer would have

      required the approval of the Soviet

      masters, and T would have seen

      documentation. He has no recollection

      of such an offer.


      In 1991 the Soviet Union was in a state

      of collapse. People and things were up

      for grabs. During that thaw, a mass

      document swap took place between the

      KGB and CIA. All T's translations were

      included. If these dots are really

      connected, it is small wonder that McCain

      had fought consistently to keep all files

      sealed, block any attempts to retrieve

      POWs, and establish the friendliest of

      relations with his former tormentors.


      Imagine the possibilities. A Clintonian

      leak during the presidential campaign.

      Or, in the unlikely event of a McCain

      victory, blackmail of the

      Manchurian Candidate.


      It is public record that Admiral McCain

      was on hand to greet his son upon return.

      According to Major Mark A. Smith

      ( USA Retired), a Green Beret and

      former POW, a trusted friend of his

      accompanied the Admiral that day.

      Later, when the friend referred to that

      meeting, McCain became enraged,

      volunteered that he had received

      "no special treatment," and then denied

      that his father was there.


      In 1989 legislation known as

      The Truth Bill was introduced in

      the U.S. House. It required the

      Department of Defense to publish

      the names and information on all

      unaccounted for POWs, MIAs, and

      KIAs in WW II, the Korean War,

      and Vietnam . It languished and was

      resurrected 2 years later.

      Then came the McCain Bill, promptly

      enacted, that blocked such information.

      The DoD does not even have to

      acknowledge confirmed sightings

      of live Americans.




      The senator's temper and temperament

      remain in question. His biographer

      quotes him: "At the smallest provocation

      I would go off into a mad frenzy, and

      then suddenly crash to the floor

      unconscious." Has he moderated

      over time? Apparently. Somewhat.

      Senators who have had McCain scream

      hyphenated obscenities at them

      nose-to-nose include Rick Santorum,

      Richard Shelby, Thad Cochran, and

      James Inhofe. Most colleagues decline

      comment. The man has been called

      psychologically unstable.

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