Senator John McCain has always
gotten a free ride from the Controlled Media in America. He’s been a regular
guest, more than any other member of Congress, on the weekend chat shows and he’s
always portrayed as a “reformer.” Even more so, the average American, even
Democrats who don’t necessarily support him for president, is convinced that
McCain is a “war hero” who’s popular among his fellow former Prisoners of War
(POW) and among the families of America’s POWs and those still Missing in
Action (MIA). A shocking book from two experts demonstrates otherwise.
Co-authored by a career military
man, retired Army Sergeant John “Top” Holland and his coauthor, Rev. Patrick
Bascio, PERFIDY: The Government Cabal
That Knowingly Abandoned Our Prisoners of War and Left Them to Die is the
incredible story of how high-ranking U.S. government officials in the
diplomatic and intelligence communities, along with certain elements in the
military, have actively collaborated to cover up the fate of American POWs and
MIAs. And as the authors demonstrate beyond any question, McCain, himself a
former POW, has been perhaps the most adamant roadblock on Capitol Hill in
getting to the truth about the POW/MIA controversy.
Again, this is something that
very few Americans know about. But it’s something that the POW and MIA families
(with whom Holland and Bascio have worked closely for years) are very much
aware of, and they want you and other Americans to know about it. And it’s not
only a matter of POWs and MIAs from Vietnam. The scandal reaches as far back as
Korea and even to World War II, something that AMERICAN FREE PRESS’s longtime
correspondent, the late Mike Blair, wrote about back in the early 1970s.
To repeat again that this book is
a genuine shocker is understating the matter. Once you’ve read this book you’ll
see that much of what you think you know about McCain, or about the events of
America’s wars of the mid-century and their aftermath, is not true.
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Softcover, 224 pages