by Dee McLachlan
When I interviewed Australia’s former prime minister the Rt Hon Malcolm Fraser nearly three years ago, he had just written the book Dangerous Allies — about Australia’s dependency on America. As he had recently been on Jon Faine’s ABC radio show, I directed the conversation to the deliberate attack on the USS Liberty. Mr Faine had ridiculed Mr Fraser’s knowledge and research on live radio.
However, on the subject of the USS Liberty, there was an interesting post this week about the Russians coming to the rescue — and that it might be turned into a movie called Operation Cyanide. RobertS writes:
“Few people in America or Russia are aware of the crucial and heroic role played by Destroyer 626/4 of the Soviet Navy during the Six-Day War in June, 1967. The commander and crew of this ship guarded the American intelligence vessel GTR-4, better known as the USS Liberty, after the attack on it by the combined air and naval branches of the Israeli Defense Force…” [I’d be interested to hear from survivor Joe Meaders whether he thinks a Russian ship was involved]
I have posted my video with Mr Fraser in three parts before — but below, I have added a combined version of the interview.
At the end of my interview, I asked Mr Fraser if he had heard of Building 7. Even though he was one of the most well read and informed people in Australia, he had not heard of the building’s collapse. Admitting to its demolition would expose the official narrative as a lie.
I never managed a follow up interview on 9-11 as Mr Fraser passed away in March 2015. He wrote in his book that 9-11 was a total failure in American intelligence. If he had researched 9-11, I am sure he would have been open to the attack being a false flag.