Tuesday, May 2, 2017

Written Interview with the Balkans Post over McCain Meeting with Another Terrorist Group

I was asked to do an interview by written exchange. It consists of five questions about a meeting that my former Arizona Senator John McCain had last month with the leader of the terrorist group Mujahedeen-e-Khalq (MEK). The same terrorists that killed American military and civilian personnel in pre-revolution Iran was touted by the warmongering McCain as courageous freedom fighters. It’s an outrage that this treasonous senator makes trips to Albania to pay homage to terrorists and accepts awards from terrorist leaders, groups this traitor’s been in bed with, meeting on a regular basis with America's so called enemy. This Iranian terrorist group MEK has murdered 12,000 fellow Iranian citizens out of the total 17,000 who’ve been victims of terrorism. Like George Soros, McCain is all about war, protecting terrorists and regime change of any nation refusing to succumb to US hegemonic dominance and control, and obviously since 1979 Iran has been in the Empire crosshairs.

The Balkans Post article has a quote of mine as its title, “McCain Is Using Terrorist Group MEK as His Proxy War Ally in the US Covert War against Iran.” Take a look for yourself.


Joachim Hagopian is a West Point graduate and former US Army officer. He has written a manuscript based on his unique military experience entitled “Don’t Let The Bastards Getcha Down.” It examines and focuses on US international relations, leadership and national security issues. After the military, Joachim earned a master’s degree in Clinical Psychology and worked as a licensed therapist in the mental health field with abused youth and adolescents for more than a quarter century. In recent years he has focused on his writing, becoming an alternative media journalist. His blog site is at http://empireexposed.blogspot.co.id/. Joachim is also a regular contributor to Global Research, Sott.net and LewRockwell.com. Feel free to contact me at  nandrtal[at]hotmail[dot]com