2020  "Remember The U.S.S. Liberty"  2020
George Holland
A "Prince of Peace" U.S. Veteran
A Reform, Populist, Progressive, Pro-Choice Democrat!
Christian, Anti-Zionist, USAF-NATO, Anti-War Veteran!
"Putting America, Not a nuclear armed, non Christian, Zionist
apartheid Israel First"
Putting America First!
Saving Social Security and Medicare. Putting American
Families, Jobs, Veterans, Seniors and Students First:
Not "The War Party," War Profit$, Oil Profit$, The Israel Lobby,
A nuclear armed, non Christian, apartheid, Zionist Israel or Wall

My beautiful wife of nearly sixty years, Janice, died in 2017 with Alzheimer's.
Patients with A.D. live in a physically and mentally tortured world. A. D.is a
vicious disease. The patient's ultimate death is horrific suffering. Basically,
Medicare does not pay any nursing home costs for this treatment. This care
giving at home is an emotional and financial hardship on most families.
propose that the $5.1 billion
a year the U.S.taxpayer gives to a nuclear
armed, anti-Christian, apartheid, Zionist Israel be used here at home to start
Regional Medical Centers for the diagnosis, care and
treatment of Americans suffering from neural-degenerative diseases.
It's the Christian thing to do!
Let's Put America First: not a nuclear armed anti-Christian, apartheid Zionist
Israel !

•        Native Hoosier
•        Born in Evansville, Indiana, one of nine children in a working class
•        Rush County resident since 1993
•        Married to Janice for 59+ wonderful years.  Janice was and is the
love of my life. (She is deceased)
•        Two sons. Janice & I are the proud grandparents of six beautiful
grandchildren.  Three beautiful great grandchildren.

•        Active in school activities when children were in school.
•        Active in Indian Guides and Boy Scouts.

•        Coached Little League Baseball. Also had a basketball clinic and
coached my son's team in basketball.

•        Active in Church Activities: Was a Deacon and Chairman of
Finance Committee @ Carrollton Ave. U.C.C., Indianapolis. Was
the Vice President and President of the Consistory @ St. Peter's U.C.C.,
Carmel, Indiana.
Was a Deacon @ Main Street Christian Church, (Disciples Of Christ)
Rushville, IN.
Currently attending St. Paul's United Methodist Church, Rushville.

•        Attended Evansville College; Fall of 1955 through Spring Semester
of 1958.
Attended Indiana University  School  of  Medicine,
Sept. 1958 -  February, 1959.
Graduate; Butler University, 1961;  B. S. Chemistry /Zoology.
(Dean's List)

•        Enlisted @ age 17 in U.S.A.F., July 31, 1951. Served four years
active duty and four years of inactive reserve.

Served in NATO three years; January, 1952-December 1954. Stationed
@ Burtonwood AFB, Warrenton, England and Chateaureaux AFB,
Chateaureaux, France. Honorably discharged in 1959.

•         Was awarded a "Certificate of Appreciation" from the State of
Indiana in recognition of my services. I returned this certificate to
Governor Daniels’ office as my protest against the contrived Iraq and
Afghanistan Invasions and Occupations, which were based on lies,
deceit and greed.

•        Now Retired. Was in pharmaceutical sales for nearly 34 years,
(1961-1995) for American Home Products, which was known as
Wyeth Laboratories, now owned by Pfizer Laboratories

•        Former member of Veterans For Peace
•        Member of Vietnam Veterans Against War


I was the caregiver  of my beautiful wife, Janice, while she had
Alzheimer's!  Janice was and still is the love of my life!
True love never dies!

My visit to the "Wall," the Vietnam Memorial in Arlington National

•        Was a member of Veterans For Peace for several years. I was one
of two veterans who were instrumental in forming VFP Chapter 49
of Central Indiana.

•        As a member of VFP, I traveled to Central America twice, at
my own expense, in order to obtain information about the U.S.
Supported "Contra" terrorist war against the peoples of Nicaragua.

On my first trip in 1987, our VFP members went into Honduras,
Guatemala and Nicaragua.
In 1990, our VFP members were observers at The National Election in

Political Qualifications.
•        Was The Democratic Nominee and Candidate for Congress, 1988,
Sixth District of Indiana

•        Was The Libertarian Candidate for Congress, 2008, Sixth District
of Indiana


In France, I was the NCOIC of the surgery unit at Chateuroux Air Force
Base hospital!
In  Louisiana, I was the NCOIC of the treatment and emergency rooms
at Alexandria Air Force Base.

I may be the only Congressional Candidate in Indiana to have spent
three years in Europe as part of NATO.  

As a VFP member, on at least two occasions, I had the privilege of
sitting, listening and talking with “Afghanstis,” young Russian combat
veterans who had served in Afghanistan.

As a VFP member, I have listened at least twice to nuclear war victims
of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

As a member of Veterans for Peace and a political activist,  I have met
or spoken with some very interesting veterans, (many were combat
veterans) and individuals;
here are some examples.

Father Miguel d'Escoto, Foreign Minister Of Nicarauga.
(A wonderful man and Christian.)

Senator Paul Wellstone, (Democrat Minnesota) and his wife Sheila

I have met and spoken with Phil Roettinger, a Lt. Colonel, combat
veteran of WW11.  Phil was recruited by the C.I.A. and was involved in
the overthrow of the Arbanz government of Guatemala.  Phil became
disgusted and left the C.I.A.  and made his way to Mexico and lived
there and made his living as an artist.

I have met and spoken with Charles Liteky, an army chaplain in
Vietnam. In 1986, he returned his Congressional Medal of Honor as a
protest against President Reagan's Central American policies.

I have spoken(via telephone) with Dr. Allen W. Smith, PH.D. author of
"THE LOOTING OF SOCIAL SECURITY."  Dr. Smith is a wonderful
man, an honest man and a great American patriot.

I met and spoke with Scott Ritter when he was in Indianapolis prior to
the Iraq War and Invasion. Scott Ritter was a Marine Corps. Major,
https://www.rt.com/op-ed/authors/scott-ritter  "He served in the Soviet
Union as an inspector implementing the INF Treaty, served in General
Schwarzkopf’s staff during the Gulf War, and from 1991-1998 served as
a Chief Weapons Inspector with the UN in Iraq."  Like the U.N.
Inspection team, Mr. Ritter was adamant; there were no WMD in Iraq!  
He was very credible because of his background.