Operation Cyanide: will it be turned into a movie in Russia?
Few people in America or Russia are aware of the crucial and heroic role played by Destroyer 626/4 of the Soviet Navy during the Six-Day War in June, 1967. The commander and crew of this ship guarded the American intelligence vessel GTR-4, better known as the USS Liberty, after the attack on it by the combined air and naval branches of the Israeli Defense Force. The Zionist attack was coordinated with elements of the US Navy, US intelligence and the White House.
The top-secret plan was known as Operation Cyanide and was intended to result in the sinking of the Liberty with all hands, to be blamed on Egypt and exploited to permit the bombing of Cairo and the entry of the United States into the war on Israel’s side. The Soviet Union’s relationships with Arab countries would have been damaged and perhaps cut, with America and Israel seizing control of all Mid-East oil production. Israel’s borders would have expanded from the Nile to the Euphrates Rivers.
For some reason, the attack failed to sink the Liberty, despite tons of explosives, rockets, cannon-fire, napalm and six torpedoes expended against the ship in attacks that went on for almost two hours. Nuclear-armed American bombers were launched against Cairo from a US aircraft carrier but were recalled when the Liberty managed to send a distress signal with a repaired radio and antenna. The operation had to be abandoned because it required absolute radio silence and the disappearance of the ship. The initial strike by IDF fighters destroyed all antennae, combined with jamming of all five secret radio frequencies.
The American president, Lyndon B. Johnson, was under the influence of several Zionist intelligence agents, namely Arthur and Mathilde Krim, Arthur Goldberg, the Rostow brothers, Abe Feinberg and others. He was the most important member of Operation Cyanide.
Destroyer 626/4 came to the aid of the Liberty in the aftermath of the attack and stuck by her until US forces were allowed to approach about seventeen hours later. It has been reported that the American submarine, USS Amberjack, was standing by to sink the Liberty and save the operation but the presence of 626/4 prevented this from happening.
This is the basic story that John B. Campbell, an experienced American script-writer prepared for filming. He tries now to find a producer and funds to film it in Russia. His original screenplay entitled CYANIDE has been translated into Russian by Aleksandr I. Mezentsev. Campbell wrote that the US/Israeli aggression against Russia and the Moslem peoples would be halted after millions of people around the world learn about the ruthless treachery of Operation Cyanide, described by the BBC’s Peter Hounam in his book by that name. Russian and American audiences will appreciate the heroism and élan of the Russian officers who came to Liberty’s rescue.
In addition, we believe that the strange and destructive relationship between America and Israel would be understood and generally denounced by Americans who are now unaware of what really happened. The disarming of this axis could only have a beneficial effect on international relations between America and the rest of the world, leading to a more humble US foreign policy. It is possible that the nature of the attack on the Liberty would help to explain the attack on the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001, considering that the only people arrested that day by US police were Israelis, wrote Campbell and Mezentsev.