This weekend, we were all inundated with the mainstream media’s (left wing) coverage overdrive about the passing of John McCain from brain cancer, and the funeral service which was attended by numerous cabal folk, such as The Bush’s, the Obama’s and the Clinton’s. All we were seemingly missing in the front row of the service was George Soros.
Anyway, rest in peace to John McCain, who is being lauded as a war hero, but in reality, if you check the facts, he’s more in line of being a traitor to the United States of America. He was in his final years, a staunch opposer and obstructor of Donald Trump, who even voted down the Senate vote to repeal Obamacare for example. However, if you look closer into his past and in his very final years, there’s so much more to find (including treasonous acts), some of which we can commence by just showing in pictures.
Indeed, the Trump resistance funded by George Soros also went into the coffers of John McCain’s pockets before and after the 2016 US election, as can be clearly seen in the warmth between the two in this photograph from 2012. Another photograph that will continually come back to haunt John McCain in the afterlife is this next one of him smiling alongside ISIS terrorists, after seemingly a successful meeting.
Anyway, don’t take our word for it that John McCain wasn’t a “hero”, we came across this article called ‘Trump is Correct, John McCain is NOT a Hero‘, by J.H. Holtz on LewRockwell.com, which was posted back on July 23rd, 2015, and we thought that now would be as good a time as any to share it far and wide.
‘Trump is Correct, John McCain is NOT a Hero‘, by J.H. Holtz
First a bit of an introduction on the meaning of HERO…
The word hero in today’s world is far overused. “Hero” is so much overused it has diluted the value and real meaning and has cheapened the word for those who actually deserve the term. For example, we have foot ball heroes, NASCAR heroes, and everyday police, fire fighters, and even our everyday military folks are called heroes for just doing their jobs. I too amongst many millions of others was in the military and I am certainly not a hero for simply serving – I did nothing heroic.
A hero does something truly heroic and above what his job or calling is and many times that may mean to save a life and at great risk to his life or to sit atop a burning tank with a machine gun and kill a couple hundred attacking Germans as Audie Murphy (America’s most decorated hero) did in WWII. By applying the word hero to sports figures and even cancer survivors (I am one of those too) we have turned the term hero into an everyday word having little real value anymore –we have diluted the word, its meaning, and its value. We should stop destroying this word, its meaning and its value and return it and the people who earned the title for real to the status it once had.
I am a conservative and a Republican, and I do not like anything about John McCain. He dumped his wife when she was injured in an accident, remarried into serious beer distribution money. His soft television interview voice belies the way he really is; mean, nasty, hot tempered, vindictive, a progressive, a back stabber (ask Palin) and quick to pretend and project he is a nice guy. Look at how he back stabbed and treated Sarah Palin after HIS engineered massive loss of the presidency – and that loss was all caused by him alone.
To show his real colors towards our Constitution and the Second Amendment, I learned he even he appeared on television and print ads in Colorado media advocating more gun control of its citizens during Colorado’s consideration of more gun control during the 2002 election period. Imagine, a Republican, Arizona U.S. senator traveling to another state to attack their Second Amendment Constitutional rights.
McCain all by himself nearly sank a U.S. Navy aircraft carrier…
McCain, when a Lieutenant Commander in the U.S. Navy, was a Navy pilot (they call themselves aviators). July 29, 1967 while on the deck and in his plane on the carrier U.S.S. Forrestal, he managed to screw up procedures (officially denied and covered up by him and the Navy and also even promoted on Wikipedia if you care to look – reason to follow). He did a smart ass punk attention getting trick by doing a “wet start” up of his jet.
When a pilot wants to be a wise ass or show off, this type of engine start creates a large startling flame and lots of surprise noise from the rear of a jet engine on start up – this was no accident. This and the large subsequent electrical surge and apparent (incorrect and against policy) weapon arming (by the pilot) caused the launching of a powerful Zuni rocket across the carrier’s deck hitting other parked planes that were packing 1,000 high-explosive pound bombs. The subsequent massive explosions, fire and destruction went several decks below and nearly sunk this major 82,000 ton U.S. aircraft carrier.
This stunt and aftermath caused the death of 134 sailors, seriously injured (blown off arms, legs, blindness and burns) another 161 sailors, and took the ship off the battle line for extensive repairs. Any other Navy pilot causing this type of death and destruction, the Navy would have raped him, and he would probably still be in the brig. Why not McCain? Well, first with many powerful connections this “little infraction” was covered up by the Navy (our most politically involved/connected service by the way).
You see, his grandfather was a famous FOUR STAR Navy admiral, and his dad was, at the time of the incident, a powerful Navy FOUR STAR admiral and McCain graduated from the Navy Academy. So the old boy Navy tradition cover his ass network went into high gear immediately; and make no mistake, it does exist and it did for him.
So when McCain was shot down and captured, allegedly he, due to his father’s high rank, the Communists were so impressed, that McCain was offered up BY THE COMMUNISTS to be returned to the U.S. to show some type of recognition of his importance as the son of an active duty, very powerful, and influential U.S. Navy four star admiral (and he was). And then the fairy tale continues that McCain himself turned down the early release while still under the care of a communist doctor for his injuries so he could remain with his fellow prisoners for years and be tortured – oh sure! And remember, any information about his first hand refusal to stay a prisoner comes from him relating it to others.
Let’s say it were true. Then that would mean the hardcore Communist enemy fighting an active war against the U.S. deferred to his “importance and influence” and that of his dad (according to the story line).
So I ask you… if an enemy thought this much of him and his four star admiral dad, would our own U.S. Navy during their “investigation” of the Zuni missile launch from his parked plane while he was in the cockpit starting it up also NOT do this for him and sweep this little infraction which could have sunk an aircraft carrier under the rug? You betcha! Of course the Navy covered up the Forrestal disaster for McCain and his family and Navy tradition.
BUT, think about this. Since when can any POW tell his Communist captures he does not want to go or do something – and they then obey him and his desires and requests? Anyone who believes that is a moron! It is all bullshit later created to advance a political future for this “heroic” navy pilot and former P.O.W.
But let’s pretend it is true. If it were true, the Communists probably wanted him back on duty so he could blow the hell out of another Navy ship – because they sure did not have the resources to cause this type of damage to our forces themselves.
After the war and the prisoner exchange, McCain was allowed to continue his service and retired from the (old boy network) Navy as a Captain (a rank just short of admiral).
There is so much more on McCain, but it would take too long to cover. The bottom line is Trump is correct when he says McCain is NOT a hero. Sure, Trump is a huge pain in the ass, but it does not mean he does not know what he is talking about either. It is possible McCain did some sort of heroic type effort survival things like living through torture as did so many others during their capture – but he sure as hell is NOT a hero. Being a P.O.W. is not being a hero.
Escaping and then leading an attack back on his captures, as Army Special Forces Lt. Colonel (then Lieutenant) James N. (Nick) Rowe did the next day after his escape, helicopter discovery, and rescue, all after being held in a tiny cage, tortured, and having to live in far worse conditions than Hanoi Hilton for five years in the jungle of Vietnam. Rowe, while racked with near death dysentery and weighing just 125 pounds of his original 180, and barely able to walk, did just that – he insisted on boarding a chopper to lead an attack against his former keeper’s camp deep in enemy territory before they could move to another location. Now that is pretty damn heroic – and he got nothing for that. In fact, you probably have never heard of him.
And when McCain makes self-serving remarks in a recent blatantly disingenuous effort to carry a connection with today’s younger voters in response to Trump’s mid-July comments by saying “TODAY’S military people are better than his generation…” – that remark has him spitting directly in the face of the many hundreds of thousands of those who served, lived, survived, and died in our military during the years 1954 to 1981 – McCain’s time on duty, including his four years in the Navy Academy (the official headquarters for the good old boy network and its graduates).
Last, true to his behavior pattern of “it’s always the other guy’s fault and he is just a really sweet guy”, McCain is working to try to convert and reposition Trump’s public stated opinion of McCain personally to make it look like Trump means what he said is about all former POWs.
Hey, it is just what McCain does and who he really is!
So there you have it! Before you assume that John McCain was a “hero”, as has been told to us repeatedly over the last few days, it also helps to look into the factual history of the consequences that John McCain’s decisions had on other lives, including those lives lost in the US military due to him.
Remember, the mainstream media do not often paint a true picture, but rather, they serve up an agenda of propaganda, to conjure up an image that they deem fit at any one time. We all know the mainstream media bias of today, and John McCain was also very much serviced by this notion, leading up to his passing from brain cancer. Still, despite all that’s been said, we hope he may rest in peace…
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