Did Larry McDonald Survive
The ‘Shootdown’ Of KAL 007?
From Dick Eastman
“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.” — Rep. Larry McDonald
Congressman Larry McDonald
- We were told KAL-007 had been shot down by the Soviet Union in 1983. On that plane was Congressman Larry McDonald, the last vocal opponent of the conspiracy in Congress, a man who was very effectively exposing the symbiosis between anti-middle-class conspiracy capitalism and anti-bourgeois police-state communism (watch the Crossfire interview linked below).
Researching the Soviet Gulag, Shifrin, met oppositon in Israel when he sought to make known his findings on KAL-007
Avraham Shifrin, an émigré from the Soviet Union who established the Research Centre for Soviet Prisons, Psych-prisons and Forced-Labor Concentration Camps in Israel conducted research into the downing of KAL 007. He encountered opposition to the public disclosure of the results of his investigation. In 1991, he scheduled a press conference to lay out the evidence for the survival of KAL 007 and those aboard and their subsequent incarceration by the Soviets. The day before the conference took place, persons claiming to be from the Research Centre office contacted the various media representatives invited and stated that the press conference had been cancelled. To Shifrin’s total surprise, none of the correspondents contacted came to the conference.
THE NEW AMERICAN recently contacted a former associate of Shifrin in Israel, Bert Schlossberg (the author of Rescue 007: The Untold Story of KAL 007 and Its Survivors), to find out what he had learned about Flight 007. Schlossberg immigrated to Israel about 20 years ago and settled in a small community north of Jerusalem just opposite the hill where Avraham Shifrin worked. He got to know Shifrin quite well and became privy to the information that was coming to him, mainly by people who had left the Soviet Union. He became director of an organization formed in 2001, the International Committee for the Rescue of KAL 007 Survivors, Inc., whose mission is “to uncover and disseminate the truth about the KAL 007 incident and to effect the rescue and return home of its survivors.” When we reached Schlossberg in Jerusalem by phone, he was so eager to share his knowledge of KAL Flight 007 with us that we have space for only a small part of that interview: