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Veterans Groupís USS Liberty Billboard on I-95 in Connecticut Causes Jewish Outrage

Kyle Hunt

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Aprl 3, 2016

A new billboard about Israel’s attack on the USS Liberty is causing some serious whining amongst jewish groups. The billboard is along traffic-filled I-95 in Connecticut, which is actually named the Jewish War Veterans Memorial Highway. The billboard asks for help for USS Liberty veterans attacked by Israel.

The story is still that Israel did not know the Liberty was a US ship when they were slaughtering the sailors, no matter how much evidence has come out to the contrary. So even though the billboard is stating something that is completely factual, jews are throwing a hissy-fit regarding “anti-Semitism” and “conspiracy theories”. Max Buxbaum, a New York lawyer, is one of jews who has been complaining about having to witness such horrid hatred while driving:

It’s one of those conspiracy theories that are kept alive by the same sort of people who say that Jews are responsible for everything from Pearl Harbor to 9/11. Considering that my father’s entire family was wiped out in the Holocaust, it was particularly troubling to me on a personal level.

It always comes back to the Holocaust with these people. It’s used as a justification for why they should be allowed to commit the most disgusting crimes against the rest of the world and why we are not allowed to ever say anything about it.

Bruce Barrett, co-owner of Barrett Outdoor Communication, received a phone call about the billboard, so he had his staff look into the message and website to see if there was anything “anti-Semitic” and “hateful”, but it seems they only found evidence, and not hate.

I found nothing that appears to be anti-Semitic. My sales staff checked and determined there was no hate speech.

Jews rely on complete censorship of historical facts and jewish criminality, which is why a billboard about the USS Liberty outrages them. Steve Ginsburg, regional director of the Anti-Defamation League in Connecticut, said that although there was not any “anti-Semitism” on the billboard itself, “the misleading ad targets Israel and that can have an anti-Semitic impact.”

It is clearly anti-Semitic in its conspiracy theory (against Israel) that has been proven wrong. They have chosen not to believe it.

Regarding this contention that only a conspiracy theorist would say that Israel knowingly attacked a US ship, this fact has been well-established for years. Israeli publication Haaretz reported in 2007 about clear-cut evidence that Israeli knew exactly what they were doing on that fateful day:

The Israel Air Force warplanes and Israel Navy warships that attacked the USS Liberty on June 8, 1967, at the height of the Six-Day War, were aware that the vessel was an American spy ship, according to new testimony published Thursday in the Chicago Tribune.

The report stated that the U.S. National Security Agency – to which the intelligence gathering ship belonged – was able to intercept IAF communications according to which, at some stage, the pilots identified the ship as American but were nonetheless instructed to push ahead with the attack.

George Ball, under secretary of state at the time, wrote in The Passionate Attachment: America’s Involvement with Israel, pages 57-58:

American leaders did not have the courage to punish Israel for the blatant murder of its citizens. . . . The Liberty’s presence and function were well known to Israel’s leaders. …Israel’s leaders concluded that nothing they might do would offend the Americans to the point of reprisal. If American leaders did not have the courage to punish Israel for the blatant murder of American citizens, it seemed clear that their American friends would let them get away with almost anything.

Mr. Ball was right. Israel’s “American friends” have allowed them to get away with murder time and again. They protected the Israeli operatives (including the “dancing Israelis”) who were implicated in the crimes of 9/11. Also, there was the recent release of Israeli spy Jonathan Pollard, who was responsible for stealing information that led to many Americans deaths and greatly weakened US intelligence. These are conspiracy facts, not theories.

You can read more about the USS Liberty billboard story at the New Haven Register, where they mention how Israel paid out over $6 million to wounded American servicemen and victims’ families, and then only paid $6 million on the final U.S. bill of $17,132,709 for the damage done to the ship herself. Israel really is our greatest ally, huh? Thanks Jews!

I encourage you to go support the veterans at and look through all of the important evidence they have assembled. Also, watch The Day Israel Attacked America: