Larry McDonald

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(Physician)
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BornLawrence Patton McDonald
1935-04-01
Atlanta, Georgia
Died1983-09-01 (Age 48)
near, Sakhalin, Soviet Union
ReligionIndependent
SpouseAnna McDonald
Victim of • premature death
• Korean Air Lines Flight 007
Interest ofMae Brussell
PartyDemocratic
A US congressman who placed legislative pressure on the CFR. Died in Korean Air Lines Flight 007.

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."[1]

"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."[2]

Death

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.[3][4]

1 April 1935|1 September 1983| 

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