by Alan Stang
August 14, 2008
Last week I confessed I had no solution to the problems that have endured for millennia in the Middle East. The good news is that I do have a solution for the people of these united States, a solution of genius guaranteed to please everyone. First, remember America’s traditional foreign policy, bequeathed to us by a departing George Washington in his Farewell Address.
The President admonished us to avoid “foreign entanglements.” He was talking about the entanglements that for centuries provoked European wars in his time and now in ours. He urged us to be friendly to all other nations and hostile to none; to enjoy the unparalleled blessings and riches of our own country; and, more important than anything else, to mind our own business.
Of course the conspiracy for world government had and has other ideas. In the 1930s, George Washington was still too formidable to run at directly, so, without mentioning him, they concocted the term “isolationist” to discredit someone who shared his beliefs. In the world government lexicon, an “isolationist” is someone who pretends no other countries exist and will have nothing to do with them, who sticks his head in the sand and refuses to trade.
Curiously, I have never heard a Communist media vacuum head challenge a world government traitor on the meaning of the term. Were that ever to happen, the world government traitor no doubt would chuckle and backpedal, but that is certainly what the term is designed to imply. Indeed, to conceal itself the conspiracy has deliberately inspired confusion about other terms.
The conspirators liberally use the term “free trade.” There is the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) for just one instance. There is the Central American Free Trade Agreement (CAFTA), etc. But of course these things are not “free trade,” which is you and I exchanging things, doing business without interference. They are certainly not “free enterprise.”
They are the opposite of “free trade”; they are hundreds of pages of regulations meaning fascism. In the same way, “privatization” in their lexicon does not mean going private; it means more fascism. But “privatization” sounds good. Remember that, according to Mussolini, the man who gave it to us, fascism is a merger of the huge corporations and government. It has nothing to do with Jews.
In case there is a Communist government school victim out there who still does not understand, I’ll explain it even simpler. First, I run things in my house. You run things in yours. What you do there is none of my business. It’s none of your business what I do in mine. (“Good fences make good neighbors.”—Robert Frost, President Kennedy’s favorite poet.) Second, I give money to my wife, not to yours. I mean no harm to your wife. Indeed, I hope she prospers in everything she undertakes.
She is just as beautiful, as charming, as womanly, as deserving, etc. as you think she is; God has assigned you to take care of her. That is why I don’t give her any money. God has likewise assigned me to take care of my wife. It isn’t my fault and establishes no claim if you fail to take care of yours. I’m sorry if you turn out to be a worthless bum – I believe you are not a real man if you don’t take care of your women – but that is between you and God. It’s still none of my business, but watch me and I’ll show you how to do it.
Okay, so far? So, if you subscribe to all this, you subscribe to the teachings of the President of these united States. How would we implement this traditional American policy today? First we would stop interfering in the affairs of every other country. Most Americans probably can’t find the other Georgia on a map – but now we are interfering there – and they also don’t know which side we’re on and why.
Name for me a country in which we do not interfere. (Having a base there is interference.) You’re stumped, right? I don’t know the answer myself. What, instead, should be our foreign policy? We should encourage our people to trade with people around the world, not with their governments. We should mind our own business. We should set an example. We should explain that we are the greatest country on earth because of our system and that every other country could enjoy the same blessings if they install the same system, but we shall not force it on them if they would rather not learn to use a commode.
We should have massive foreign intelligence capability, just in case somebody out there doesn’t mind his own business and starts minding ours. We should have an overwhelming military capability, not a massive standing army, but massive technology, air force, navy and marines. And we should let it be known that we are friendly to all, but that if you mess with us you will wake up dead in a smoking hole in the ground.
Still okay? Second, we would stop all – all – all “foreign aid.” Email me if there is something about the word “all” you don’t grasp. From the beginning, “foreign aid” has saddled us with a debt of billions – and maybe trillions – of “dollars.” We would tell all the recipients they are now on their own. Remember, we have nothing against them; we are simply for ourselves.
But what about Israel? Now it gets a little tricky. Some Americans apparently don’t know that Israel is a foreign country. In that regard, it is in the same category as Argentina or Thailand or the U.K., or Guinea, etc. It is not a U.S. territory or state. As a foreign country, it would no longer receive foreign aid, like the others. We have nothing against Israel; on the contrary, we are friendly to it, as we are to all nations. We wish it well. The fact that Zionists created it is none of our business.
Indeed, since Israel is a foreign country, it has its own foreign policy and interests, which often do not coincide with ours; which in fact often are hostile to ours. For instance, June 8, 1967 was the fourth day of the third Arab-Israeli war. The U.S.S. Liberty was in international waters, fourteen miles off the Sinai Peninsula. At the time, the Liberty was the most advanced intelligence vessel in the world, loaded with electronic equipment, collecting information from the combatants. Needless to say, the Liberty flew a large American flag.
At 8 a.m., Israeli reconnaissance aircraft appeared overhead. Six hours later, waves of Israeli fighter-bombers repeatedly attacked the vessel with rockets, napalm and cannon, concentrating on the Liberty’s communication technology. The attack lasted twenty minutes and left the Liberty on fire, listing badly. Eight crewmen were dead, a hundred wounded, including the captain, Commander William McGonagle.
Next, three Israeli torpedo boats hit the American vessel, killing twenty five more crewmen. If you have never heard of this – and maybe you haven’t because our Communist media have suppressed it – you probably think that was as bad as it got. And you would be wrong. At 3:15 p.m., Commander McGonagle gave the order to abandon ship. The Israeli warships machine gunned the life boats, massacring still more of our men in the water. Two life boats sank. According to international law, this was a war crime.
At last our loyal allies departed. Thirty four Americans were dead; 171 were wounded. The casualties accounted for almost 70% of the crew. The U.S. Navy had not suffered such a loss since World War II. Later, Israel called it a “mistake.” But, remember, it went on for hours. It was no mistake. Even Secretary of State Dean Rusk, a member of the world government Council on Foreign Relations and a Bilderberger, said it was no mistake. Three CIA reports said the Israelis were trying to sink the Liberty. Israel’s Defense Minister, Moshe Dayan, personally ordered the attack, and a couple of Israeli pilots were jailed for eighteen years for refusing to participate.
Survivors tried to tell their story. Television networks, under pressure from American supporters of Israel who called them “anti-semites,” canceled interviews. Crewman James Ennes wrote a book about the attack. It was squelched. Ennes was dismissed as an “Arab propagandist.” But in 2001, in Body of Secrets (New York, Doubleday), James Bamford reported that (unknown to Israel) a U.S. Navy EC-121 “spy plane” above the Liberty recorded the fact that Israeli pilots knew perfectly well they were attacking a U.S. Navy vessel.
Why did they do it? We can only speculate. There are many theories. According to one, they did it to prevent discovery of the fact that they had started the war with a surprise attack, not the other way round as they claimed. The attack completely destroyed the air forces of the three Arab nations they fought. Another speculation says they tried to sink the Liberty and blame Egypt to trick the United States into entering the war. The trouble was it refused to sink.
Israel had its own agenda. It’s a foreign country. Remember? Jonathan Pollard, one of its spies, has been in federal prison for years. Pollard stole classified documents about our nuclear weapons and sent them to Israel. The State Department says Israel then traded those stolen nuclear secrets to the Soviets in exchange for increased emigration from the USSR to Israel.
As a foreign country, Israel has its own foreign policy and interests, which are different from ours. And Pollard is just one of many examples. Israel spies on us all the time. None of this should surprise us. That is what a foreign country does, except that no other country could get away with such a devastating attack. A rattlesnake bites you because that is what he does.
What is horrifying in the U.S.S. Liberty attack is that the White House aborted a rescue mission by U.S. Sixth Fleet carrier aircraft. The U.S. government buried the attack. The graves of the dead say that they “died” at sea. Of what? The head stones won’t tell you. And on January 9, 2004, after thirty seven years, Ward Boston finally spoke out. Boston was a lawyer, a retired Navy Captain and senior legal counsel on the court of inquiry that investigated the attack.
Admiral Isaac Kidd was president of the court. He and Boston agreed that the assault on the Liberty “was a deliberate effort to sink an American ship and murder its entire crew.” It “could not possibly have been an accident.” The Israeli attack on the life boats was a “war crime,” says Boston. The government refused to place into evidence the testimony of more than sixty witnesses. The investigation was a sham. One of Stang’s Immutable Laws says: The purpose of a federal investigation is to conceal what it is investigating.
Admiral Kidd went to Washington, where Lyndon Johnson himself, the Pedernales Sidewinder, ordered Kidd to conclude that the attack was unintentional, in the face of a mountain of evidence to the contrary. Attorney Ward Boston writes: “We were never to speak of it and we were to caution everyone else involved that they could never speak of it again. . . . I know that the Court of Inquiry transcript that has been released to the public is not the same one that I certified and sent off to Washington.”Ward Boston testifies that he and Kidd wanted to travel to Israel to interview the Israelis involved, especially the pilots. Permission to do that, or even to call or write the Israelis was adamantly denied, by the Commander-In-Chief, Naval Forces Europe (CINCUSNAVEUR), a man named Admiral John S. McCain, Jr. Yes, the father of the obnoxious traitor and McChurian Candidate who is running for President.
Again, the point of all this is to demonstrate that Israel is a foreign country with its own foreign policy. Israel treats us as a foreign country. It spies on us and is often hostile to us. So, all I am suggesting is that we treat Israel the same way Israel treats us. How could any true American disagree? Next week, we shall conclude this series. For part one or two click below.
Mr. Stang comes a little closer to to a even handed analysis of the Israeli issue with this part 3 after holding back in the first two parts.