John McCain, Vietnam, Iraq, and Iran

This video from the USA is called McCain‘s YouTube Problem Just Became a Nightmare.

By Bill Van Auken in the USA:

McCain and Vietnam: Revising history to pave the way for new wars

18 June 2008

The Republican Party’s presumptive candidate for president, Senator John McCain of Arizona, is routinely referred to in the US media as a “Vietnam War hero.” In speech after speech over the past month, his Democratic rival, Senator Barack Obama, has prefaced criticism of McCain’s policies with a declaration of his belief that the Republican is “a genuine war hero,” “a man who has served this country heroically” and “an American hero whose military service we honor.”

While conventional political wisdom would no doubt dismiss such rhetoric as, on the one hand, the packaging of the candidate by the Republicans and, on the other, a tactical feint on the part of a Democratic candidate lacking in military experience, the words have a far deeper and more ominous political significance.

What is the objective source of McCain’s designation as a “war hero,” a title that he parlayed into a successful political career bankrolled by the family fortune of his second wife [see also here] and abetted by the corrupt Arizona developer Charles Keating?

McCain, the son and grandson of four-star Navy admirals, was nearly a decade into a rather undistinguished career as a Navy pilot when he was shot down over North Vietnam in October 1967, landing him for the next five and a half years in a Vietnamese prisoner of war camp.

Before his plane went down, he had spent about 20 hours in combat in the skies over Vietnam, dropping high explosives on the towns and people below during short flights from an American aircraft carrier parked in the South China Sea.

He had volunteered to participate in an operation known as “Rolling Thunder” launched by the Democratic administration of President Lyndon Johnson in an attempt to break the will of the Vietnamese people. The aim was to use sustained bombing to destroy the country’s economy and infrastructure and kill or maim large numbers of its citizens.

Before the war was over, US warplanes dropped close to eight million tons of explosives—four times the bombs dropped in all of World War II—on a country roughly the size of New Mexico. This, the most intense and sustained bombing campaign in history, devastated Vietnam’s cities and destroyed its industrial, transportation and communications infrastructure.

Before the war was over, some five million Vietnamese were killed, many of them victims of US aerial bombardments.

In his book Vietnam: A History, veteran journalist Stanley Karnow presents the account given by a Vietnamese peasant of one bombing raid: “The bombing started at about eight o’clock in the morning and lasted for hours. When we first heard the explosions, we rushed into the tunnels but not everyone made it. When there was a pause in the attack, some of us climbed out to see what we could do, and the scene was terrifying. Bodies had been torn to pieces—limbs were hanging from trees and scattered around the ground. The bombing began again, this time with napalm, and the village went up in flames. The napalm hit me. I felt as if I was burning all over, like a piece of coal. I lost consciousness. Friends took me to the hospital, and my wounds didn’t begin to heal until six months later. Over 200 people died in the raid, including my mother, sister-in-law and three nephews. They were buried alive when the tunnel collapsed.”

What is described here is not an act of heroism, but a war crime carried out by what was militarily the most powerful nation on earth against an impoverished and historically oppressed country.

When McCain was shot down, he was completing such a bombing run against a power plant in a heavily populated area of Hanoi.

McCain’s survival after parachuting into Hanoi is testimony to the humanity of the Vietnamese people and was owed in particular to one Vietnamese worker who swam into the lake where the wounded pilot had landed, pulled him out before he drowned and then protected him from an enraged crowd.

One can only imagine the reaction if a foreign pilot—whose own country was never attacked—were to parachute into Phoenix or any other US city or town after bombing raids that had torn men, women and children to pieces and reduced homes to rubble.

In a 1997 interview on the CBS news program “60 Minutes,” McCain frankly acknowledged, “I am a war criminal; I bombed innocent women and children.” It was an honest statement, though hardly a convincing argument for making him president.

The fact that he was a war criminal reflected not merely his own personal actions, which in terms of slaughter were no doubt every bit as devastating as a My Lai massacre, albeit inflicted from a longer distance. Rather it was a matter of the objective character of the war itself. Clearly there were many in the top echelons of the government, its military and intelligence agencies and in both major parties who bore far greater responsibility for the waging of a criminal and counterrevolutionary war of aggression in Vietnam.

The American ruling establishment has spent more than three decades attempting to revise the history of the Vietnam War in order to conceal its own responsibility for the greatest war crimes since the fall of the Nazis and to erase the political memory of US imperialism’s defeat under conditions of mass opposition and social struggles at home.

Kicking the “Vietnam syndrome” has been the stated aim within the ruling elite at least since the first Bush administration. It was hoped that the first Persian Gulf War and then the invasion of Iraq would somehow sweep aside the popular aversion to US wars of aggression that was the bitter legacy of Vietnam.

McCain’s admission in 1997 notwithstanding, his lionization as a war hero has very much been a part of this effort. Meanwhile, his own conceptions about the Vietnam war have played a decisive role in shaping his attitudes towards Iraq and a potential new war against Iran.

McCain’s POW Defense: Devaluing Our Service and His Own: here.

McCain and the Iraq war: here.

McCain and oil drilling: here.

McCain and youth: here.

McCain cartoon: here.

McCain and Iraq: here.

FearWatch ’08: Keeping an Eye Out for GOP Fear-Mongering: here.

Iraqis on Obama vs. McCain: here.

14 thoughts on “John McCain, Vietnam, Iraq, and Iran

  1., the Aggressive Progressives – 500,000 strong and growing!

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  2. John McCain’s Skeletons

    by Srdja Trifkovic

    Chronicles Online, Wednesday, June 18, 2008

    The mainstream media is catching up with Chronicles.

    On Tuesday, June 17, the Chicago Tribune published a major article exposing Sen. John McCain’s connection with the Reform Institute (RI), a Washington think tank founded in 2001 ostensibly to promote transparency and accountability in government. But behind the scenes, the paper says, the Institute’s practices have been at odds with its reformist message and “with McCain’s political identity as an enemy of special interests.” This discrepancy may be a revelation to the Tribune subscribers, but not to the readers of Chronicles.

    The Tribune article focuses on five red flags:

    * Donations to the RI of $200,000 in 2003-2004 from a cable company with business before the McCain-led Senate Commerce Committee.
    * The role of Rick Davis, a veteran Washington lobbyist who was president of the Institute 2003-2005 and who is now McCain’s campaign manager.
    * The fact that “three members of the institute’s inaugural four-person board worked on McCain’s 2000 campaign.”
    * The manner in which McCain has benefited from a stream of special-interest gifts to the RI–almost 5 million dollars through 2006–similar to the “soft money” he has scorned.
    * The Institute’s use of the same Alexandria, Va., office building as McCain’s PAC, his Senate campaign committee and Davis’ lobbying business.

    Our subscribers have probably seen the July issue of Chronicles by now. It includes an article on McCain I wrote last month (“The Dream Ticket”), which contains all the significant information presented in the Tribune feature. It also reveals some interesting additional details–such as the close connection between McCain and George Soros, and the role of a Mexican open-immigration activist on McCain’s staff–which are inexplicably missing from the Tribune article, and which are essential to understanding John McCain:

    The point of contact [between McCain and Soros] was campaign-finance reform, and the channel of support was the Reform Institute, founded in 2001 and headed by the Arizona senator until 2005, when he resigned in order to prepare for another presidential bid. The RI was initially funded by Soros’s Open Society Foundation and by Teresa Heinz-Kerry’s Tides Foundation. They were excited by the McCain-Feingold bill because it had the capacity to limit private groups’ ability to challenge the institutionalized leftist bias of the mainstream electronic media with “issue ads”–such as those Swift Boat ads that inflicted so much damage on John Kerry in his subsequent presidential bid. […]

    When the Reform Institute opened shop under McCain’s chairmanship in July 2001, Mrs. Huffington–a close associate and confidante of Soros–was on its advisory committee. The Institute was a pseudo-think tank designed to keep McCain’s staff assembled and gainfully employed in anticipation of another presidential bid. Its offices were in the same building in Alexandria as his election committee, his PAC, and the lobbying firm of his 2000 campaign manager, Rick Davis. The Institute hired three other key campaign staffers: legal counsel Trevor Potter as legal counsel, finance director Carla Eudy as finance director, and press secretary Crystal Benton as–communications director.

    The Constitutions and Legal Policy Program of Soros’s Open Society Institute donated “above $50,000” to the RI while McCain was at its helm. In addition, the OSI distributed $300,000 in grants to different groups that defended McCain-Feingold from threatened legal challenges during its passage through Congress in 2002.

    Last April, McCain tried to distance himself from his benefactor, with his old/new campaign manager Davis describing Soros as a “liberal mega-donor” who wants to “buy this election.” The performance was as convincing as George H.W. Bush decrying the influence of “those Washington insiders.” What matters is that McCain has not given back any money to Soros. He has not returned the $200,000 that the Reform Institute received in donations from Cablevision in 2002 and 2003 either, when McCain was on the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation. It was undoubtedly coincidental that, in a letter to the FCC written at that time, McCain supported Cablevision’s proposal for the introduction of a more profitable cable pricing scheme.

    The Reform Institute has promoted another important pillar of Soros’s agenda: open and unlimited Third World immigration. […] This is not to say that McCain’s support of illegal immigration correlates exclusively with the money he is getting from Soros. By all accounts he is an “honest” amnesty enthusiast. His man in charge of immigration reform at the RI was, until two years ago, one Juan Fernandez, who holds dual U.S. and Mexican citizenship and is a former member of Vicente Fox’s cabinet in charge of Mexicans abroad. This man believes that anyone of Mexican ancestry, even after going through the motions of becoming an American citizen (as he has done), remains a Mexican forever and should “think Mexican first.” Such a one should never contemplate–let alone accept–assimilation as an option. Dr. Fernandez now serves as John McCain’s Hispanic Outreach Director and is seen as a potential Cabinet-level appointee in a McCain administration.

    It is entirely possible, probable even, that the publication of the Chicago Tribune feature on John McCain and the Reform Institute a week after the July issue of Chronicles was mailed to our subscribers is coincidental. It does not seem incidental, however, that the paper chose to ignore significant information about McCain’s links to Soros, the OSI, or Huffington–information that was most unlikely to remain unavailable to the story’s authors and their editors in the course of its writing. It is far more likely that the omission was deliberate: it reflected the unwillingness of this once-great newspaper to publicize the connections of these actual or potential supporters of Sen. Obama with his GOP opponent. There is precious little to choose between the two, of course, but the Chicago Tribune editorial board thinks otherwise.


  3. Dear IVAW Supporter,

    Every day, more and more soldiers and veterans are saying enough is enough and standing up against the occupation of Iraq. Speaking up and resisting is one of the most effective ways to put an end to the war, but it also involves serious risks for the men and women who choose to do it.
    Canada makes a historic move to support war resisters

    On June 3rd Canada’s Parliament passed a motion to support U.S. Iraq War Resisters in Canada. This recommendation calls on the government of Canada to “immediately implement a program to allow conscientious objectors and their immediate family members…to apply for permanent resident status and remain in Canada; and…the government should immediately cease any removal or deportation actions…against such individuals.”

    Camilo Mejia, chair of the IVAW board of directors, wrote a letter thanking the people of Canada for supporting war resisters – you can read it on our website.

    Now, you can help make sure that this historic motion is implemented!

    Write to the Minister of Citizenship and Immigration, Diane Finley, and prime minister Stephen Harper and ask them to fully implement the resolution in support of U.S. Iraq War objectors and allow them to stay in Canada.

    Minister of Citizenship and Immigration Diane Finley
    phone 613.996.4974

    Prime Minister Stephen Harper
    phone 613.992.4211

    PFC James Burmeister needs your support now

    To get an idea of what war resisters in Canada are facing if they’re deported back to the US, just take a look at the case of PFC James Burmeister.

    James was injured in Baghdad when his humvee was caught in an IED explosion. Along with the physical wounds from this attack, James suffers from PTSD as a result of his combat missions, which included providing cover fire for “bait and kill” teams. After being diagnosed with PTSD and possible traumatic brain injury, James went AWOL, moving to Canada rather than face another deployment. In March of 2008, he decided to return to the US and turned himself in to the Army at Fort Knox.

    Last week the Army decided to charge James with desertion. James will face a Special Court-Martial, a bad conduct discharge (which would prohibit him from having access to any veterans medical benefits for the rest of his life), and up to 12 months of prison. The date of James’ court martial is expected to be set next week.

    Here’s how you can help:

    1. Contact Fort Knox Public Affairs Officer Constance Shaffery at 502-624-7451 or and let the Army know that this is unacceptable and that James should be discharged immediately.
    2. Attend a Press Conference at Fort Knox, KY on Saturday, June 21, at 11am.
    Contact Anita Dennis at 859-948-4274,, for more info.
    3. Write to James and give him words of support and encouragement.
    PFC James Burmeister
    HHC – Building 298, Gold Vault Road
    Fort Knox, Kentucky 40121, USA

    Matthis Chiroux: building support in Congress for resisters

    Last Sunday, IVAW member Matthis Chiroux was due to report to his unit in South Carolina to prepare to leave for Iraq. Instead, Matthis was at the IVAW DC Chapter house, standing alongside his dad on Father’s day, stating publicly that he would refuse his orders to deploy to Iraq.

    Matthis has been working with other members in Washington DC to gain support from members of Congress. Read IVAW member Kris Goldsmith’s account of their work on Capitol Hill and find out how you can support Matthis on our website.

    (Also, check out Matthis’ interview on Democracy Now!)
    Winter Soldier in the Northwest

    IVAW members across the Northwest gathered recently to continue the Winter Soldier hearings. Eighteen IVAW members testified before over 800 supporters before leading them into the streets to demand an end to the occupations. You can watch video, listen to audio, and read more coverage of the event on our website.
    With your help, war resisters can fight to end this war

    For those of us who have experienced this war, watching it drag on day after day, month after month, year after year is incredibly frustrating. IVAW gives us a way to stand together and amplifies our voices at a time when the media often seems have forgotten that there’s a war going on. You can stand with us by supporting James, Matthis and our brothers and sisters fighting deportation in Canada, by making a donation to the IVAW legal fund. You’ll help us support their fight, and the soldiers who see their example and are inspired to join this struggle. Please make a donation today.

    Kelly Dougherty
    Former Sergeant, Army National Guard
    Executive Director
    Iraq Veterans Against the War


  4. Posted by: “Jack” bongo_fury2004
    Mon Jun 23, 2008 12:12 am (PDT)

    From: Greg Palast

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    This film will be available online at on July 4th — for downloads, for DVDs, and for FREE streaming! (Please also check out our new line of hip shirts!)

    We are holding some advance screenings in LA & NY. If you would like to attend, please RSVP — with which screening you would like to attend — to (And it won’t cost you — these screenings are FREE for ALL!)

    Seating is limited; if you cannot attend we intend to hold more screenings soon.


    Monday, June 23rd, 5 p.m.
    Pioneer Theater
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    * Special Guest MARK CRISPIN MILLER will join the director John Ennis after the screening.

    Wednesday, June 25th, Midnight
    Bowery Poetry Club
    (308 Bowery, between Houston & 1st St.)

    * The Palast Investigative Team and Downtown Art Star Rev. Jen will join the director John Ennis after the screening.


    Thursday, June 26th, 7:30 p.m.
    Clarity Theater in Beverly Hills
    (100 N. Crescent Drive at Wilshire Bl.)

    * Q&A with the director John Ennis after the screening.

    Greg Palast, author of the New York Times bestsellers Armed Madhouse and The Best Democracy Money Can Buy, is a Nation Institute/Puffin Foundation Writing Fellow for investigative reporting. Sign up for his investigative reports, films and ‘toons at

    Ted Rall is author of Silk Road to Ruin, the graphic diary of oil wars in Central Asia. Get the Palast and Rall books, signed, as a gift, for your tax deductible donation to the fund for investigating the 2008 election at


  5. See also:

    Posted by: “Compañero”

    Sat Jul 5, 2008 10:23 pm (PDT)

    Background on Cindy McCain’s drug addiction

    Harold Pollack argues that Democrats should refrain from trashing Cindy McCain for her history of drug addiction

    There’s no shame in being a recovering addict–or an active user for that matter, provided your habit isn’t hurting other people. However, Cindy McCain chose to feed her addiction in particularly loathsome ways.

    When you’re as rich and well-connected as she is, there are ways to feed a prescription drug habit that don’t involve pressuring your underlings to commit crimes on your behalf.

    Cindy McCain stole drugs from a medical charity. It doesn’t get much lower than that. Worse still, she used her employees’ names to obtain drugs, and even enlisted some her her staff to pick up those prescriptions on her behalf. She also used the DEA numbers of multiple physicians who worked for the American Voluntary Medical Team to obtain drugs, often without the doctors’ knowledge. (Cf. Laura Silverman’s excellent reporting on the McCain drug scandal

    Doctors can be bankrupted and even prosecuted for irregular prescribing patterns. So, McCain was risking the futures of multiple families when she ordered hundreds of pain pills on the sly. One of the doctors who worked with McCain at AVMT lost his license to practice medicine over the diversion scandal.

    Cindy McCain’s self-indulgence ruined lives. She has publicly apologized for taking the drugs without permission, but I’m not aware of any apologies for pressuring her employees to risk their futures to feed her addiction.

    Ironically, part of her diversion from criminal prosecution involved joining Narcotics Anonymous–which stipulates that an addict must make amends to those she has harmed. That’s not a step Cindy appears to have taken to heart in her dealings with her former emplyee, Tom Gosinski, the main whistleblower in this case.

    Gosinski alleges that Cindy fired him from AVMT for knowing too much about her drug habit. Gosinski also tipped off the DEA to McCain after he left the charity. He came forward in part because he was afraid that Cindy had filed prescriptions in his name, a suspicion that turned out to be justified.

    When he sued Cindy for wrongful dismissal, she levied spurious accusations of blackmail against him.

    Cindy McCain let Gosinski go in January 1993, ostensibly because AVMT couldn’t afford to pay him. Gosinski alleges that she fired him because he knew too much about her drug addiction and her penchant for pilfering pills from the charity. Gosinski filed a wrongful dismissal suit against McCain in January 1994, just ahead of the 1-year statute of limitations.

    The entire basis of the extortion complaint was a letter from Goskinski’s lawyers asking for a $250,000 settlement. McCain and her spokesman lied to the press when they claimed that Gosinski threatened to take the case to the DEA if he didn’t get the settlement. In fact, he went to the DEA months before he filed the lawsuit.

    Frankly, the character of a First Spouse is rock-bottom on my list of desiderata for a presidential candidate.

    As Harold says, we should abide by the norms of our moral universe, if we decide to bring up Cindy McCain’s history of addiction. I would argue that our morality requires us to call out double standards where we see them. The mere possibility that Michelle Obama uttered the word “whitey” was enough to send the whole country into a tizzy for several days. Yet, nobody seems to care about the fact that Cindy McCain enlisted her employees to help her steal Vicodin from her own charity.

    This whole episode underscores the rock bottom Republican truth: There are two sets of rules. One for the rich and powerful and one for everyone else.

    Comments (25)
    McCains Delinquent On Tax Bill
    By Eric Kleefeld – June 28, 2008, 9:26PM

    This isn’t exactly the kind of story that speaks positively of John McCain’s ability to manage the public’s finances.

    Newsweek is reporting that John and Cindy McCain failed to pay taxes on a California property for the past four years.

    This is especially odd considering that the McCains are worth an estimated $100 million, and could easily afford to pay the bill.

    After a reporter inquired about the bill with the McCain campaign, they immediately sent San Diego County a check for $6,744.42 — and even then, they’re still short by $1,742.

    This is not the first unflattering report about the McCains’ finances, by the way. Two weeks ago, it was reported
    06/report_mccains_have_over_10000.php that they were carrying a six-figure credit card debt, compared to the Obamas being debt-free and actually saving up a similar amount for their daughters’ college funds.
    Comments (67)
    Report: McCains Have Over $100,000 In Credit Card Debt
    By Eric Kleefeld – June 13, 2008, 10:57AM

    In an interesting peek into John McCain’s personal finances, it turns out that John and Cindy McCain — in spite of their personal wealth — are carrying well over $100,000 in credit card debt.

    The Hill took a look at the latest Senate financial disclosure forms and found that a joint card held by the two has between $10,000 and $15,000 in charges, while a card that is solely in Cindy’s name has between $100,000 and $250,000 in debt. Another card for a dependent child has between $15,000 and $50,000 in charges.

    This is despite Cindy McCain having sold a property in California for a profit of more than $1 million. Barack Obama, who has become wealthy in recent years thanks to book royalties, did not report any financial liabilities.
    Comments (52)
    McCain Campaign Falsely Accuses DNC Of “Attacks” On Cindy McCain
    By Greg Sargent – June 18, 2008, 12:10PM

    The McCain campaign is charging that the Democratic National Committee “attacked” Cindy McCain this morning — and argues that this is at odds with Barack Obama’s recent insistence that family members be “off limits.”

    There’s only one problem: The DNC isn’t attacking Mrs. McCain at all.

    In an email blasted out to the media this morning, the McCain camp noted that the DNC had sent to reporters this article about Mrs. McCain.

    “When will Sen. Obama do as he promised and `speak out against’ Howard Dean and the DNC for their attacks on Mrs. McCain — or at least demand they stop?” McCain spokesperson Brian Rogers asked in the email.

    I received the DNC’s email this morning, too. And nowhere in the email does the DNC attack Mrs. McCain. The article
    that the DNC drew attention to reported that the McCain campaign had failed to reimburse Mrs. McCain for a flight in her company’s private jet to New York City, where she attended a fund-raiser for her husband. The article quotes two Republicans criticizing the campaign for this.

    The entire email from the DNC consists of criticism of the McCain campaign — not Mrs. McCain.

    The McCain camp is trying to argue that the DNC’s circulation of the piece is at odds with Obama’s claim that he “would never consider making Cindy McCain a campaign issue.”

    Is the DNC making a “campaign issue” of Mrs. McCain? In a sense, yes.

    But Mrs. McCain herself isn’t really the issue. It’s the campaign’s failure to reimburse her. The same story could have been written about anyone else the campaign had failed to reimburse. And it’s absolutely false of the McCain campaign to say the DNC is “attacking” her.


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