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Sunday, February 19, 2017

John McCain's 1969 'Tokyo Rose' propaganda style radio broadcast discovered

According to fellow POWs in Vietnam, while John McCain was in captivity in 1969, he recorded 32 'Tokyo Rose' propaganda style messages for the North Vietnamese Army (NVA) that were broadcast on North Vietnamese radio.

One of the broadcasts was captured by the CIA's foreign broadcast information service, and had been sealed by the US government since its broadcast. It was only released recently when someone found it mislabeled in the national archives.

You can listen to the recently released John McCain propaganda broadcast in the video below:



Here's a quote from the start of the broadcast:

"I, as a US airman, am guilty of crimes against the Vietnamese country and people. I bombed their towns, cities and villages, and caused many injuries, even deaths, for the people of Vietnam."

The US Military Code of Conduct consists of six articles addressing how members of the United States Armed Forces should act in combat when they must evade capture, resist while a prisoner or escape from the enemy.

Article V of the US Military Code of Conduct states:

"When questioned, should I become a prisoner of war, I am required to give name, rank, service number, and date of birth. I will evade answering further questions to the utmost of my ability. I will make no oral or written statements disloyal to my country and its allies or harmful to their cause."

Article III states:

"If I am captured I will continue to resist by all means available. I will make every effort to escape and aid others to escape. I will accept neither parole nor special favors from the enemy."

Here is the full transcript of the propaganda style message that John McCain recorded for broadcast on North Vietnamese radio.

"To the Vietnamese people and the government of the DRVN, from John Sidney McCain, 624787, Lieutenant Commander, US Navy, born 29 August 1936, Panama, home state Oregon. Shot sown 26th October 1967, A-4E aircraft.

I, as a US airman, am guilty of crimes against the Vietnamese country and people. I bombed their towns, cities and villages, and caused many injuries, even deaths, for the people of Vietnam. I was captured in the capital city of Hanoi while attacking it. After I was captured I was taken to the hospital in Hanoi, where I received very good medical treatment. I was given an operation on my leg which allowed me to walk again, and a cast on my right arm which was badly broken in three places. The doctors were very good, and they knew a great deal about the practice of medicine. I remained in the hospital for some time, and regained much of my health and strength. Since I arrived in the camp of detention I have received humane and lenient treatment.

I received this kind treatment even though I came here as an aggressor and the people who I injured have much difficulty in their living standards. I wish to express my deep gratitude for my kind treatment and I will never forget this kindness extended to me."


Once again, Article of the US Military Code of Conduct states, "I will make no oral or written statements disloyal to my country."

According to Jack McLamb1, John McCain was known as 'Songbird' because he immediately told the Vietnamese everything they wanted to know. This is what McLamb said back in 2008:

"I know a lot of Vietnam veterans and a few POWs and all the POWs that I've talked to over the years say that John McCain is a lying skunk. He never was tortured. They were there in the camp with him and then when he came in he immediately started spilling his guts about everything because he didn't want to get tortured.

The Vietnamese Communists called him the Songbird. That's his code name, Songbird McCain, because he just came into the camp singing and telling them everything they wanted to know."

1 Jack McLamb served nine years in secret operations in Cambodia and other nations before going on to become one of the most highly decorated police officer's in Phoenix history, winning police officer of the year twice before taking a role as a hostage negotiator for the FBI.

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