| Larry McDonald |
|Born||Lawrence Patton McDonald|
|Died||1983-09-01 (Age 48)|
near, Sakhalin, Soviet Union
|Victim of|| • premature death|
• Korean Air Lines Flight 007
|Interest of||Mae Brussell|
Investigation of the CFR and the TLC
In 1980, congressman Larry McDonald introduced American Legion National Convention Resolution 773 to the House of Representatives calling for a comprehensive congressional investigation into the Council on Foreign Relations and Trilateral Commission. He is quoted as stating thet "The drive of the Rockefellers and their allies is to create a one-world government combining supercapitalism and communism under the same tent, all under their control... Do I mean conspiracy? Yes, I do. I am convinced there is such a plot, international in scope, generations old in planning, and incredibly evil in intent."
"A cousin of WWII hero General George S. Patton, who had inherited Patton's mountain of anti-Soviet Intelligence records; who had organized a private Intelligence network which threatened to rival the CIA - at once commanding, polished on-the-stump and movie-star handsome: the kind of man who could seriously derail the Presidential aspirations of George Herbert Walker Bush, the elder."
|Interview with Pat Buchanan and Tom Braden on Crossfire: You have by their own admission, you look at the Tragedy and Hope by professor Carroll Quigley, who was a member of this elitist group, he says: "sure we been working this", "sure we been collaborating with communism", "yes, we are working toward global accommodation", "yes, we are working toward world government", "the only thing I object to, is that we have kept it a secret".|
In 1983, Larry McDonald was a passenger on the ill fated Korean Air Lines Flight 007. Senator Jesse Helms from North Carolina did believe that he may survived the crash and was held by the Soviets.
|File:Did Larry McDonald Survive The Shootdown Of KAL 007.pdf||Article||Dick Eastman||Did Larry McDonald Survive The 'Shootdown' Of KAL 007?|
|File:KAL 007 Remembered The Questions Remain Unanswered.pdf||Article||Robert W. Lee||Summary in 1991 from Robert W. Lee.|
|File:KAL Flight 007 Remembered.pdf||Article||Warren Mass||Summary in 2008 from Warren Mass.|
|File:The Anniversary of KAL Flight 007 Prompts Another Look.pdf||Article||Warren Mass||Summary in 2014 from Warren Mass.|
|File:What Happened to Flight 007 - The New American.pdf||Article||Robert W. Lee||Summary in 1988 from Robert W. Lee.|
|File:Who Killed Congressman Lawrence Patton McDonald The State Department Cover-Up Of KAL Flight 007.pdf||Article||Todd Brendan Fahey||The State Department Cover-Up Of KAL Flight 007.|