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I Agree, Chuck; Let’s Remember These Poor Men This Memorial Day

Chuck Baldwin’s latest editorial reminds us of the now mostly forgotten sailors and marines onboard the USS Liberty who lost their lives in an attack by “America’s Greatest Ally” (/sarc) on June 8, 1967. This event has special significance for me because of my previous life as a seagoing mercenary in Uncle Sam’s Maritime Legion. Had I been born 20 years earlier, there is a very good chance that I would have been one of the cryptologic crew members onboard the Liberty on that dark day. Had I been, doing the job then that I did in the Navy 20 years after the attack, I would very likely have been “Chelsea Manning’d,” as I would have had direct knowledge of what EXACTLY happened (as in NSA-type knowledge) and would not have been able to live with myself if I were to have obeyed President Lyndon Johnson’s orders to lie and keep my mouth shut.

Read Chuck’s article. I also highly recommend reading Assault on the Liberty by James Ennes, one of the cryptologic officers who was a surviving crew member. You’ll react with righteous rage at how the U.S. Navy, the Pentagon, and the Washington political establishment handled the affair and wasted no time kissing Israeli ass while stabbing their own sailors and marines in the back.

I also had the honor shortly before retiring from the Navy of hearing a presentation by (and meeting in person) Joe Lentini, another survivor and a cryptologic technician. To say that he had no doubts whatsoever that the attack was intentional would be putting it mildly. Indeed, the photos he showed of the ship and the aftermath of the attack that day tear to shreds the official story issued by Tel Aviv and its American bitches.

So please, my fellow Americans, remember the fallen crew members of the USS Liberty this Monday on Memorial Day. Their own corrupt, cowardly government wants them erased from historical memory. Let’s keep it alive, and NEVER LET (((THEM))) FORGET THAT WE KNOW THE TRUTH!


Published by feeriker

Just an ordinary, flawed man grateful for the redemptive blood of Jesus who struggles to extend the forgiveness and understanding to others with which he has been blessed.

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