The death of US Senator John McCain will not be mourned by the families of millions of innocent Iraqis, Afghans, Yemenis, Syrians, Palestinians—and tens of thousands of Americans—who were killed because of his incessant warmongering in the Middle East on behalf of the international Jewish lobby, and his bloodstained record will serve as a permanent reminder of the evil which characterizes the ruling establishment.
It is no coincidence that, among the establishment’s heaped praise for McCain, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu felt moved to issue a statement in support of that foremost puppet:
“I am deeply saddened by the passing of John McCain, a great American patriot and a great supporter of Israel. I will always treasure the constant friendship he showed to the people of Israel and to me personally. His support for Israel never waivered [sic]. It sprang from his belief in democracy and freedom. The State of Israel salutes John McCain,” said Netanyahu.
McCain’s record—and the use of his position in the Senate—to promote endless wars on behalf of Israel are the reason for Netanyahu’s glowing tribute.
On September 12th 2001, McCain—who served on the Senate’s Armed Services Committee—appeared on MSNBC presenting a long list of countries he felt were providing a “safe harbor” to groups like al Qaeda. This list included Iraq—which was, as all intelligence services had already reported, and which was public knowledge, an outright lie.
In fact, the Iraqi government of Saddam Hussein was a bitter opponent of Al-Qaeda, as even mentioned by the equally pro-war New York Times.
This was all part of the Jewish lobby’s documented conspiracy to trick Americans into supporting a war against Iraq, a nation which had nothing to do with the events of September 11, 2001, and whose only “crime” was to oppose Israel.
At least a million Iraqis died in that war, and tens of thousands of American soldiers were killed, maimed or seriously wounded, along with billions of US tax dollars wasted at time when the US deficit had reached record proportions—all just to protect Israel.
In 2008, McCain told a public meeting that America should stay in Iran for the next “100 years.”
Another country on McCain’s 2001 list was Syria—and even though the claim that Al-Qaeda was established in that country was an obvious lie, McCain lost no time in calling for arms to start flowing to the “Free Syrian Army” and other “rebel” groups—which just “coincidentally” turned out to be Al-Qaeda groups fighting the Syrian government.
More than half a million Syrians have been killed in that war, supported and promoted by McCain, all once again only in an effort to weaken Israel’s last remaining opponent in the Middle East.
In addition, the disturbances caused by these wars led to the excuse of “refugees” pouring into Europe—another outcome which can be directly laid at the door of McCain and his sort of people.
But McCain did not stop there. In 2011, he “made a surprise visit to the rebel stronghold of Benghazi and urged greater American involvement in the bloody campaign to oust strongman Moammar Gadhafi”—a campaign that was ultimately successful. The fall of the Gadhafi regime—another opponent of Israel, of course—led to the use of that country for the mass invasion of Europe by Africans across the Mediterranean Sea.
Even as late as March 2017, McCain was calling for more American troops to be deployed in the unwinnable and pointless war in Afghanistan, despite this now having been the US’s longest foreign war ever—and having taken the lives of countless Afghans and Americans.
When peace activists protested war criminal Henry Kissinger in the Senate in 2015, John McCain called their demonstration “despicable” and shouted at them, “Get out of here, you low life scum!”
McCain joked about bombing civilians in Iran, singing “Bomb bomb bomb, bomb bomb Iran!” at a public event to the Beach Boy’s “Barbara Ann” tune.
It is then little wonder that all those who seek death, wars, and the destruction of ordered civilization and peace are saddened at the death of John McCain.