When you've seen beyond yourself-then you may find, peace of mind is waiting there. And the time will come when you see; We're all one, and life flows on within you and without you.-George Harrison, 1967
The birth of "The Summer of Love" occurred on June 1, 1967, with the release of Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band.
On June 5, 1967, the Six-Day War began and led to Israel's occupation of the Sinai Peninsula, Golan Heights, Gaza and the West Bank.
On June 8, 1967, the USS LIBERTY, a spy ship was attacked by Israel while navigating in international waters. Although they were flying the American flag, 34 men were killed and 172 were wounded out of a crew of 294. After eighteen hours of enduring a failure to support the troops by the Johnson Administration, they were finally rescued.
On Nov. 8, 2009,Haaretz reported on a "classified, unreleased" portion of Palestinian Prime Minister Salam Fayyad's 'Plan' that offers elements of Netanyahu's call for "economic peace" and adds justice and common sense.
"Concerns are growing in Israel's government over the possibility of a unilateral Palestinian declaration of independence within the 1967 borders, a move which could potentially be recognized by the United Nations Security Council.
"The reports indicated that Palestinian Prime Minister Salam Fayyad has reached a secret understanding with the Obama administration over U.S. recognition of an independent Palestinian state." 
"The plan specifies that at the end of a designated period for bolstering national institutions the PA, in conjunction with the Arab League, would file a "claim of sovereignty" to the UN Security Council and General Assembly over the borders of June 4, 1967 during the Six-Day War, in which Israel took control of the West Bank and Gaza.
During the summer of '67, the Republican representative from Iowa, H.R. Gross stood up in The House and said:
"Is this Government now, directly or indirectly, subsidizing Israel in the payment of full compensation for the lives that were destroyed, the suffering of the wounded, and the damage from this wanton attack? It can well be asked whether these Americans were the victims of bombs, machine gun bullets and torpedoes manufactured in the United States and dished out as military assistance under foreign aid." 
By November 1967, lawmakers were willing to spend six million USA tax dollars to build schools in Israel but during the debate, Representative Gross introduced an amendment that "not one dollar of U.S. credit or aid of any kind [should] go to Israel until there is a firm settlement with regard to the attack and full reparations have been made [and Israel] provides full and complete reparations for the killing and wounding of more than 100 United States citizens in the wanton, unprovoked attack. I wonder how you would feel if you were the father of one of the boys who was killed in that connection-or perhaps you do not have any feelings with respect to these young men who were killed, wounded and maimed, or their families." 
Gross's amendment failed, justice remains delayed and American tax payers continue to support the Jewish State which has reaped a more violent and insecure planet for innocent civilians.
Congressman Paul Findley said:
"It is time to speak openly and honestly about Israel. But, in American politics, that is still forbidden. Pity that we cannot seem to shed our fear of Israel. We are afraid to speak out on Capitol Hill for fear of losing the next election. We are more like trained poodles jumping through hoops than leaders!