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Sunday, November 17, 2013

UPDATED: JFK Assassination: First JFK Conspiracy Theory Was Paid For By The CIA Analysis - Lyndon Baines Johnson and the JFK Assassination

JFK Assassination: First JFK Conspiracy Theory Was Paid For By The CIA
Analysis

By Joseph Lazzaro on December 05 2013 - IBTimes.com 

CIA Miami Chief of Covert Operations George Joannides’ actions in 1963 provide strong evidence that certain Central Intelligence Agency personnel manipulated Lee Harvey Oswald (pictured above) for propaganda purposes both before and after the assassination of President John F. Kennedy on Nov. 22, 1963. Above: Oswald handing out leaflets for his "Fair Play For Cuba" committee in New Orleans in Aug. 1963. WikiCommons 
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Less than one day after the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in Dallas, a Central Intelligence Agency-funded organization in Miami published a special edition of its monthly magazine in which it linked the accused assassin, Lee Harvey Oswald, to Cuban President Fidel Castro. 

According to JFKFacts.org moderator Jefferson Morley, this was the first JFK assassination conspiracy theory to reach the public in print.
Moreover, the CIA propaganda effort remains exactly that -- a lie and an attempt to spread a conspiracy theory -- because there has never been a preponderance of evidence -- let alone incontrovertible evidence -- that Castro or Castro-backed groups organized or implemented a plot to murder the U.S. president.
The Nov. 23, 1963, special edition of the magazine, Trinchera (in English: Trenches), was published by members of the Cuban Student Directorate, a CIA-funded organization based in Miami. 
Leaders of the Directorate, also known as the DRE, its Spanish acronym, received $51,000 per month in 1963 dollars ($389,000 per month in 2013 dollars), or roughly $4.8 million per year, from the CIA, according to an April 1963 memo found in the JFK Library in Boston.
Declassified CIA records prove that the publication was paid for by undercoverCIA Officer George Joannides, who was chief of psychological operations in the CIA’s Miami station.  
Ongoing Suit To Make Public JFK Assassination Files Held By CIA
Morley is the plaintiff in the ongoing Morley v. CIA suit, which seeks to make public Joannides’ classified files.
Morley believes Joannides’ files -- and at least some of the information in the more than 1,100 other related classified files from key CIA officers -- will provide more information regarding the Nov. 22, 1963, assassination of President Kennedy. The CIA, which said the files are “not believed relevant” to the JFK assassination, has refused to make public the files, citing “national security.” However, the CIA's claim has never been independently verified.
In Morley’s suit, his attorney has responded to the CIA’s latest brief, on the issue of court fees. Having won on appeal twice, the plaintiff Morley argues that the standard practice of the U.S government paying court fees for a successful appeal should apply. The CIA counters that the litigation has not generated any significant new information, and therefore the government should not have to pay the court fees. The issue is now in the hands of U.S. Judge Richard Leon.
Other files related to the JFK assassination that the CIA refuses to make public include the files of CIA Officers David Atlee Phillips, Birch D. O’Neal, E. Howard Hunt, William King Harvey and Anne Goodpasture.
Regarding the Directorate (DRE), within the CIA, the south Florida Anti-Castro group was known by its code name AMSPELL. The group was “conceived, created and funded by the Agency in September 1960 and terminated in December 1966,” according to a CIA memo, dated April 1967.
CIA Miami Psychological Warfare Operations Chief Joannides handled contacts with the DRE, according to Joannides’ July 1963 job evaluation. With the CIA’s support, the DRE engaged in “intelligence collection, political action and propaganda.”
In its Nov. 23, 1963, special edition, the DRE's Trinchera focused on comments Oswald made during a debate on a New Orleans radio program with DRE Delegate Carlos Bringuier in August 1963. The DRE asserted that Oswald and Castro were “the presumed assassins.”
Also, earlier, in August 1963, Joannides’s AMSPELL had a series of encounters with a Castro supporter named Oswald in New Orleans. The Cuban students confronted and publicized Oswald’s one-man chapter of the pro-Castro Fair Play for Cuba Committee, which generated newspaper, radio and TV coverage of Oswald’s obscure, tiny political action group.
Hence, two objective facts stemming from the above are:
1) Joannides was running “psychological warfare” operations aimed at discrediting Castro supporters in the United States in the summer of 1963.
2) Members of Joannides’ AMSPELL network played a leading role in publicizing Oswald’s pro-Castro views both before and after Kennedy was assassinated.
The question Morley v CIA seeks to answer is: are the two facts related? 
The CIA could clarify the situation, but, as noted, the CIA won’t make public or release the aforementioned files on Joannides, nor will it make public the files of the other key CIA officers.
CIA: Pattern Of Obstruction Regarding Joannides, Et Al.
So what, one may ask, is the CIA hiding? What is in the Joannides’ file and the other CIA officers’ files that the Agency is so worried about?
It might be something as minor as an operation or project that was mismanaged or had failed despite a large amount of money, time, energy or resources allocated to it. No U.S. government department wants to be seen foundering or mismanaging public dollars -- particularly not in the current era of fiscal austerity.
That said, given the CIA’s history of failing to tell the truth and obfuscation, the Joannides’ files may indicate something more substantial, something that reflects adversely -- or worse -- on the Agency. That’s because the CIA’s latest refusal to make public the files represents the fourth time the Agency has opposed a public interest effort to obtain the full truth on the assassination of President Kennedy. Those incidences:
1) Warren Commission: delay and obstruct. In 1964, CIA Deputy Director Richard Helms, “the man who kept the secrets,” and Joannides’ boss, never told the Warren Commission that Kennedy’s alleged assassin had scuffled with the CIA-backed Cubans in New Orleans. Helms also never disclosed that Joannides -- and other CIA agents who were under his supervision and funding -- had helped communicate the story of Oswald’s pro-Castro activities. It wasn’t until 1998 -- when the CIA was forced to disclose Joannides’ support for Oswald’s antagonists among the anti-Castro students -- that the public learned of this psychological warfare operation. The Agency has resisted further disclosure about the nature, focus and objective of Joannides’ operations in 1963 ever since.
2) HSCA: lie, deflect, delay and obstruct. In 1978, Joannides served as CIA liaison to the House Select Committee on Assassinations (HSCA), which re-investigated the JFK assassination, but he did not disclose the obvious conflict of interest to the HSCA in regard to his role in the events of 1963.
HSCA Chief Counsel G. Robert Blakey said that had he known who Joannides was at that time, Joannides would have not continued as CIA liaison, but would have become a witness who would have been interrogated under oath by the HSCA staff or by the committee. In addition, Joannides’ failure-to-disclose occurred despite the fact that Blakey and the CIA had a pre-investigation agreement between the HSCA and the CIA that CIA personnel who were operational in 1963 could not be involved in the committee’s investigation.
Many would consider the above deception by the CIA audacious, to put it diplomatically.
When Morley first informed Blakey about a decade ago about Joannides’ role in the very anti-Castro activities from 1963 that the HSCA was investigating, Blakey was flabbergasted:
“If I’d known his [Joannides’] role in 1963, I would have put Joannides under oath -- he would have been a witness, not a facilitator,” Blakey, now a law professor at the University of Notre Dame, told The New York Times. “How do we know what he didn’t give us?”
3) ARRB: lie again, delay and obstruct. After Oliver Stone’s seminal 1991 film “JFK” increased debate about who was behind Kennedy’s murder, the public pressured Congress to declassify more files related to the JFK assassination, and Congress created the Assassination Records Review Board (ARRB) to oversee the release of more documents. However, incredibly, the CIA once again failed to tell the ARRB about Joannides’ 1963 work, and the board was blinded to a legitimate and germane investigation area.
U.S. Judge Jack Tunheim, ARRB chairman from 1994-1995, said that had the board known about Joannides’ activities in 1963, it would have been a no-brainer to investigate him:
“If we’d known of his role in Miami in 1963, we would have pressed for all his records,” Judge Tunheim said,the New York Times reported.
4) Obstruction No. 4: Morley v CIA
Fast-forward 18 years into the now postmodern era, and the CIA’s response to petitions for pubic disclosure in the Morley v CIA case looks a lot like its stance versus the Warren Commission, the HSCA and the ARRB: refuse to make public the documents, seek to delay, obfuscate the issues, and do not confirm or deny.
Moreover, the CIA’s stance versus Morley looks all the more problematic due to the fact that it has been 50 years since the assassination of President Kennedy. The Cold War is over: the United States won. There is no existential threat to the United States. Russia, the world's second strongest military power, while not a U.S. ally, is not an enemy, either, but a rival. Cuba’s centrally planned communist economic model has been discredited for decades, and it will likely become a market-oriented economy in the decade ahead. Cuba also poses no threat to the U.S. or its interests in the region -- i.e., don’t expect Cuba to invade Florida or export its centrally planned economic system to Brazil or Mexico any time soon. Even so, the CIA argues that making public the classified JFK assassination files would cause “extremely grave damage” to U.S. national security. 
JFK Assassination Investigation Status
It must be underscored that, to date, there is no smoking gun or incontrovertible evidence of a plot or conspiracy to assassinate President Kennedy, but there is a pattern of suspicious activity, along with a series of anomalies and a commonality of interests among key parties, that compel additional research and the release of non-public documents. 
Further, the CIA probably is not covering up some tectonic, systemic crisis-triggering secret about the assassination of President Kennedy, or even evidence of a colossal Agency operational failure that would prompt the American people to call for a dismantling of the national security state apparatus.
But you would not know it from the CIA’s stance toward the old, still-classified JFK assassination files. 
Lee Harvey Oswald. Was he a poor, disgruntled loner or an overachieving marine? A presidential assassin or a sheep-dipped patsy? 

by Robert Morrow (with Jim Fetzer)
On the night of New Year’s Eve, 31 December 1963, at the Driskell Hotel in Austin, TX, Lyndon Johnson and Madeleine Brown, a longtime mistress and the mother of his only son, Steven, had an interesting conversation.
Madeleine asked LBJ if he had anything to do with the JFK assassination. Johnson got angry; he began pacing around and waving his arms. Then LBJ told her:  it had been Dallas, TX, oil executives and “renegade” intelligence agents who were behind the JFK assassination.
LBJ later also told his chief of staff Marvin Watson that the CIA was involved in the murder of John Kennedy. Lyndon Johnson would often stay at the Driskill (in what is Room #254 today) and LBJ is confirmed by his presidential schedule as being present at the Driskill Hotel the night of 31 December 1963.
Later, Evelyn Lincoln (JFK’s personal secretary for 12 years) would observe,
As Mr. Kennedy sat in the rocker in my office, his head resting on its back he placed his left leg across his right knee. He rocked slightly as he talked. In a slow pensive voice he said to me, ‘You know if I am re-elected in sixty-four, I am going to spend more and more time toward making government service an honorable career. I would like to tailor the executive and legislative branches of government so that they can keep up with the tremendous strides and progress being made in other fields.’ ‘I am going to advocate changing some of the outmoded rules and regulations in the Congress, such as the seniority rule. To do this I will need as a running mate in sixty-four a man who believes as I do.’ Mrs. Lincoln went on to write “I was fascinated by this conversation and wrote it down verbatim in my diary. Now I asked, ‘Who is your choice as a running-mate?’ ‘He looked straight ahead, and without hesitating he replied, ‘at this time I am thinking about Governor Terry Sanford of North Carolina. But it will not be Lyndon.’

Johnson’s omission


History is proving that Lyndon Johnson himself played a key role in the JFK assassination. An important book is LBJ: The Mastermind of the JFK Assassination (2011) by Phillip Nelson. Roger Stone, an aide to Richard Nixon, is writing a book pinning the JFK assassination on LBJ. Stone quotes Nixon as saying “Both Johnson and I wanted to be president, but the only difference was I wouldn’t kill for it.” By 1973 Barry Goldwater was privately telling people that he was convinced that LBJ was behind the JFK assassination.
Lyndon Johnson and the Kennedys hated each other. So why was LBJ even put on the 1960 Demo ticket in first place? The old wive’s tale is that it was to balance the ticket and win the electoral votes of Texas. The reality is that JFK was set to pick Sen. Stuart Symington of Missouri and already had a deal with Symington to be VP that was “signed, sealed and delivered” according to Symington’s campaign manager Clark Clifford.
Then something strange happened on the night of 13 July 1960, in Los Angeles. According to Evelyn Lincoln, JFK’s longtime secretary, LBJ and Sam Rayburn used some of Hoover’s blackmail information on John Kennedy to force JFK to put Johnson on the ticket in a hostile takeover of the vice presidency.
JFK told his friend Hy Raskin, “They threatened me with problems and I don’t need more problems. I’m going to have enough problems with Nixon.”  LBJ and J. Edgar were very close and literally neighbors for 19 years in Washington, DC, from 1943-1961. Both men were also plugged in socially and professionally to Texas oil executives such as Clint Murchison, Sr, H.L. Hunt and D.H. Byrd, who happened to own the Texas School Book Depository.

The war between JFK and LBJ


From that point on, for the next 3 and 1/3 years the Kennedy brothers and LBJ were engaged in a sub rosa war, even though they were ostensibly a political team. On the day of the ’61 inauguration, LBJ protege Bobby Baker told Don Reynolds that JFK would never live out his term and that he would die a violent death.
For his part, Robert Kennedy spent the remainder of JFK’s term trying to figure out a way to get rid of the power-grasping LBJ. The first opportunity to do this was the Billie Sol Estes scandal of 1961. Estes was a cut out for LBJ doing business and had received $500,000 from LBJ (which tells us how important Estes was). LBJ and his aide Cliff Carter manipulated the federal bureaucracy for Estes to ensure that he got exclusive grain storage contracts and numerous other special and highly lucrative favors. Estes says that he funneled Johnson over $10 million in kickbacks.
Henry Marshall was a US agricultural official who was investigating the corruption of Estes, particularly his abuse of a cotton allotment program. In January, 1961, LBJ, Cliff Carter, Estes and LBJ’s personal hit man, Malcolm “Mac” Wallace, had a meeting about what to do about Henry Marshall. LBJ said, “It looks like we will just have to get rid of him.”
Henry Marshall was murdered on 3 June 1961. He was shot to death 5 times with a bolt action gun and his death was astoundingly ruled a suicide at the time. The Marshall murder and cover up shows the depth, breadth and absolute ruthlessness of the LBJ organization. Billie Sol Estes died recently on 14 May 2013.

By 1963, they were alienated


The first person I know who accused Lyndon Johnson of committing a murder was Gov. Allan Shivers who in 1956 personally accused LBJ of having Sam Smithwick murdered in prison in 1952. Smithwick was threatening to go public with information about the Box 13 ballot stuffing scandal of 1948 which gave LBJ the margin of victory over Coke Stevenson in the Democratic primary.  While historian Douglas Brinkley has said that by 1963, JFK and his vice president LBJ had no relationship at all, that is not correct; in fact a sub rosa war was being waged between the Kennedys and LBJ. It was an adversarial, death struggle relationship.
In the fall of 1963, the Bobby Baker scandal exploded into the national media. Bobby Baker, the Secretary of the Senate and a virtual son to Lyndon Johnson, was being investigated for a vending machine kick back scam and numerous shady deals. Baker was known for providing booze and women to the senators. LBJ denied any relationship with Baker (who had named two of his kids after LBJ), while at the same time sending his personal lawyer Abe Fortas to run (control) Baker’s defense. Evelyn Lincoln would later tell author Anthony Summers that the Kennedys were going to use the Bobby Baker scandal as the ammunition to get rid of LBJ.
RFK actually had a two-track program to get rid of LBJ. Phil Brennan was in DC at the time: “Bobby Kennedy called five of Washington’s top reporters into his office and told them it was now open season on Lyndon Johnson. It’s OK, he told them, to go after the story they were ignoring out of deference to the administration.” James Wagenvoord, who in 1963 was a 27-year old assistant to LIFE Magazine’s managing editor, has reported that, based on information fed from Robert Kennedy and the Justice Dept., LIFE Magazine had been developing a major newsbreak piece concerning Johnson and Bobby Baker. This expose was set to run within a week of the JFK assassination. LBJ’s aide, George Reedy, said that LBJ knew about the RFK-inspired media campaign against him and was obsessed with it.

 LBJ strikes first


RFK’s other “get rid of LBJ” program was an investigation by the Senate Rules Committee into LBJ’s kickbacks and other corruptions. Burkett Van Kirk was a counsel for that committee and he told Seymour Hersh that RFK had sent a lawyer to the committee to feed them damaging information about LBJ and his corrupt business dealings. The lawyer, Van Kirk said, “used to come up to the Senate and hang around me like a dark cloud. It took him about a week or ten days to, one, find out what I didn’t know, and two, give it to me.” The goal of the Kennedys was “To get rid of Johnson. To dump him. I am as sure of that the sun comes up in the east,” said Van Kirk to Hersh.
Three days before the JFK assassination, JFK told Evelyn Lincoln that he was going to get a new running mate for 1964. “I was fascinated by this conversation and wrote it down verbatim in my diary. Now I asked, “Who is your choice as a running-mate.’ He looked straight ahead, and without hesitating he replied, ‘at this time I am thinking about Gov. Terry Sanford of North Carolina. But it will not be Lyndon.’”
Literally, at the very moment JFK was being assassinated in Dallas on 22 November 1963, Don Reynolds was testifying in a closed session of the Senate Rules Committee about a suitcase of $100,000 given to LBJ for his role in securing a TFX fighter jet contract for Fort Worth’s General Dynamics.

Those behind the scene


I should add that I think the CIA/military intelligence murdered John Kennedy for Cold War reasons, particularly over Cuba policy. The fact that the Kennedys were within days of politically executing and personally destroying Lyndon Johnson could very well have been the tripwire for the JFK assassination.
The Russians immediately suspected that Texas oilmen were involved in the JFK assassination. They and Fidel Castro both feared they were going to be framed for it by US intelligence. By 1965 the KGB had internally determined that Lyndon Johnson was behind the JFK assassination.  Hoover wrote to LBJ about this in a memo that was not declassified by the US government until 1996:
“On September 16, 1965, this same source [an FBI spy in the KGB] reported that the KGB Residency in New York City received instructions approximately September 16, 1965, from KGB headquarters in Moscow to develop all possible information concerning President Lyndon B. Johnson’s character, background, personal friends, family, and from which quarters he derives his support in his position as President of the United States.
Our source added that in the instructions from Moscow, it was indicated that “now” the KGB was in possession of data purporting to indicate President Johnson was responsible for the assassination of the late President John F. Kennedy. KGB headquarters indicated that in view of this information, it was necessary for the Soviet Government to know the existing personal relationship between President Johnson and the Kennedy family, particularly between President Johnson and Robert and “Ted” Kennedy.”

Postscript

Posted 04 November 2009 -07:52 AM by John Simkin, Founder, The Education Forum:
I thought researchers would be interested in reading this email I received last night:
James Wagenvoord email to John Simkin, dated 3 November 2009:
I’ve been reading through you web site and believe that I can add one of the final jigsaw puzzle pieces that affect the timing of JFK’s Dallas trip and the nervousness of LBJ during the weeks preceding the killing At the time I was the 27 year old Editorial business manager and assistant to Life Magazines Executive Editor. Beginning in later summer 1963 the magazine, based upon information fed from Bobby Kennedy and the Justice Department, had been developoing a major newsbreak piece concerning Johnson and Bobby Baker.
On publication Johnson would have been finished and off the ’64 ticket (reason the material was fed to us) and would probably have been facing prison time. At the time LIFE magazine was arguably the most important general news source in the US. The top management of Time Inc. was closely allied with the USA’s various intelligance agencies and we were used ofter by the Kennedy Justice Department as a conduit to the public. Life’s coverage of the Hoffa prosecution, and involvement in paying off Justice Department Memphis witesses was a case in point.
The LBJ/Baker piece was in the final editing stages and was scheduled to break in the issue of the magazine due out the week of November 24 (the magazine would have made it to the newsstands on Nov. 26th or 27th). It had been prepared in relative secrecy by a small special editorial team. On Kennedy’s death research files and all numbered copies of the nearly print-ready draft were gathered up by my boss (he had been thetop editor on the team) and shredded. The issue that was to expose LBJ instead featured the Zapruder film. Based upon our success in syndicating the Zapruder film I became Chief of Time/LIFE editorial services and remained in that job until 1968.

Robert Morrow, a political researcher and political activist, has an expertise in the JFK assassination. He can be reached at Morrow321@aol.com.

Notes


1) Brown, Madeleine Duncan. Texas in the Morning: The Love Story of Madeleine Brown and President Lyndon Baines Johnson. Conservatory Press, 1997. Page 189.
2) Schlesinger, Arthur. Robert Kennedy and His Times. Houghton Mifflin Company, 1978. Page 616.
3) Nelson, Phillip. LBJ: The Mastermind of the JFK Assassination. Skyhorse Publishing, 2011.
4) Dickerson, Nancy. Among Those Present: A Reporter’s View of 25 Years in Washington. Random House, 1976. Page 43.
5) Hersh, Seymour. The Dark Side of Camelot. Back Bay Books, 1998. Page 126 and 407.
6) Epstein, Edward Jay. Esquire Magazine. December, 1966.
7) Estes, Billie Sol. Billie Sol Estes: A Texas Legend. BS Productions, 2004. Page 43.
8) Dallek, Robert. Lone Star Rising: Lyndon Johnson and His Times 1908-1960. Oxford Univesity Press USA, 1992. Page 347.
9) Brinkley, Douglas. Speaking on Hardball with Chris Matthews, 2012.
10) Brennan, Phil. “Some Relevant Facts about the JFK Assassination,” NewsMax, 11-19-2003. http://archive.newsmax.com/archives/articles/2003/11/18/152526.shtml
11) Reedy, George. Lyndon B. Johnson: A Memoir. Andrews McMeel Publications, 1985.
12) Wagenvoord, James. Email to John Simkin dated 11-3-09. Web link:http://educationforum.ipbhost.com/index.php?showtopic=14966
14) Lincoln, Evelyn. Kennedy and Johnson. Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1968. Page 205.
15) Hoover, J. Edgar. Memo to Lyndon Johnson with FBI leadership carbon copied. 12-1-66. Web link: http://www.indiana.edu/~oah/nl/98feb/jfk.html#d1 

JFK Murder: Fifty Years Later and the Cover Up Continues

The day that John Kennedy was murdered, was the day that Americans lost their country. Since that fateful day in November of 1963, our slide into tyranny has accelerated.
Nearly every form of tyranny which has overrun our country has its roots in the post-JFK assassination event. JFK was seemingly the last watchman on the wall against the encroaching tyranny of the newly created national surveillance security police state grid.
There have only been two prominent politicians who have stood up to the tyranny of the New World Order since the death of JFK. These two men would be Reagan (until he was shot by Hinckley) and Ron Paul.

The Missed Opportunity Connected to the 50th Anniversary

Last summer, I predicted that the upcoming 50th anniversary of JFK’s murder would awaken a whole new generation as to the tyranny that the country has fallen under and who is responsible for that tyranny. I wrongly believed that the co-conspirators, the interlocking pieces of the JFK assassination cabal, namely, David Rockefeller, the Federal Reserve, the oil companies, the military industrial complex and the CIA and their mafia assets, would be exposed with all the attention that the 50th anniversary would provide.
I wrongly believed that these groups  with their current and undue influence on America would also be readily identified for what they did to JFK and to the country on November 22, 1963. I further believed that today’s younger generation would easily build the bridge linking the corruption and undue influence of these 1963 groups to today’s political landscape and this would be an easy association. Unfortunately, my predictions were in error because we in the alternative media dropped the ball.

The 2013 Establishment Propaganda Machine Is Rolled Out

The day that JFK was murdered was the day that Rockefeller won that world's biggest lottery.
The day that JFK was murdered was the day that Rockefeller won the world’s biggest lottery.
With the marking of the 50th anniversary of the assassination of John F. Kennedy, there have been over 2,000 books written on the subject and countless radio and television shows devoted to the topic. This fall, the globalist news corporations have produced a rash of new JFK “investigations” which all purport to show different ways to prove that Oswald, and Oswald alone, killed John Kennedy. The new productions (e.g. National Geographic) are so bad and so faulty, that they are laughable.

Media Propagandists Ignore the  Government’s Final Conclusion of a Conspiracy
The modern day propagandists are winning the day with regard to the control of the narrative surrounding the assassination. During the height of America’s skepticism regarding the 1964 Warren Report which stated that Lee Oswald killed John Kennedy and that he acted alone, most Americans rejected the “official explanation. What the modern day public, as well as the establishment propagandists, seem to have forgotten is that in 1977, the House Select Committee on Assassinations concluded that Oswald had help and JFK was killed as a result of a conspiracy. This was the final word on the subject from our government on the assassination. However, the history revisionists do not want a hint of a conspiracy because this could give birth to a modern day JFK assassination renaissance in a search for the co-conspirators who killed JFK. Once that search would begin, the descendants of the perpetrators organizations would not be able to escape public scrutiny. We in the alternative and truthful media missed a golden opportunity to wake up the country on this 50th Anniversary of JFK’s death. This fall, if we had devoted a significant amount of time and effort to covering the assassination, and we had been relentless in our efforts, the under 40 crowd would understand who their present enemies are and they would have been awakened to the present day tyranny. We allowed our voices to be drowned out by the mainstream fictional media with their new JFK cover up pieces. Sadly, we lost a golden opportunity to wake up millions of young Americans.
At the height of JFK conspiracy fervor in the 1970′s-1990′s, according to the Gallup Poll, as many as 80% of Americans believed that there was a conspiracy to kill JFK. Today, that number has slipped to 61% thanks in large part to the new propaganda productions which are influencing our younger Americans.
In the 1990′s, Oliver Stone produced JFK and Bill Kurtis and Nigel Turner produced separate investigations into the assassination (i.e. The Men Who Killed Kennedy). In the 1990′s, the country was spellbound by the new revelations which were also bolstered by JFK admirer, Bill Clinton, as he forced the release of millions of classified JFK documents. However, the evil empire struck back around the year, 2000, and today, you see almost nothing on TV which does not show that Oswald was acting alone.

Follow the Money

What is conspicuously missing in most, if not all of the accounts related to the assassination of John F. Kennedy, is the fact that normal homicidal investigative strategies have not been employed by people in the government who would have the power to do so. One of the hallmark phrases in murder investigations is to “follow the money”.
Every year at this time, I become reflective as I wonder what America, and the rest of the world might have looked like if JFK had survived, been re-elected and served a second term as President. This year I decided to follow the money and put my thoughts on paper. So, let’s briefly follow the money.

Vietnam

Everybody knows that the Pentagon was frothing at the mouth to get into an armed conflict in Vietnam and/or Laos. In 1961, JFK resisted the military pressure to place troops in Laos, as he clearly instructed diplomat, Averell Harriman, to get the Laos issue settled because JFK was determined to not put combat units on the ground in Southeast Asia.
It is true that JFK was manipulated by his military advisers to place troops on the ground in Vietnam but solely in the role as “combat advisers”. JFK’s anti-Vietnam war stance frequently gets overlooked because of this. However, in October 1963, a mere month before his death, JFK signed National Security Action Memorandum 263 which called for the withdrawal of 1,000 troops from Vietnam by the end of 1963 and a total withdrawal of all of the combat advisers by the end of 1965. This was one nail in the coffin of JFK.
JFK gave many speeches in which he clearly stated he was opposed to widening U.S. military involvement in the war. South Vietnamese leader, Diem and his brother Nhu were opposed to U.S. attempts to control his regime and Diem and his brother were adamantly opposed U.S. full-scale U.S. military involvement beyond the 16,000 combat advisers stationed in the country. On November 1, 1963, Diem and Nhu were murdered by the CIA against JFK’s wishes. Three weeks later, to the day, John F. Kennedy was murdered. Within nine months following the assassination, the LBJ administration launched the now discredited false flag event, the Gulf of Tonkin attack, and 100,000 combat troops were subsequently sent to Vietnam. Many researchers have proven the involvement of the same CIA and its Mafia connections which dates back to 1942 when the CIA was known as the OSS.
Knowing that the CIA and Mafia were involved in JFK’s murder, does not tell you who ordered the assassination. Any guesses on who profited the most from the Vietnam War? In radio parlance, you will have to stay tuned, the answer will be revealed at the end.
There were huge financial incentives for the American defense industry to participate in the murder of JFK. Yes, that would be the military industrial complex which Ike warned us about in his 1960 farewell address. In 1963, Chrysler corporation and its subsidiaries received the lion’s share of defense contracts for the war, most of which were resold to smaller corporations. Corporations such as Bell Helicopter enjoyed unparalleled growth during the height of the war. There are some interesting and notable parties which controlled the Chrysler defense industry interests in 1963.
Very powerful parties would have stood to have lost a lot of money had the war not materialized into a full-scale air and ground war. Who am I speaking about? All will be revealed when I connect the dots at the end. Oh by the way, the forerunner to the bid rigging and recipient of no bid contracts in Iraq, KBR, was also found guilty of the same thing in Vietnam when they were given the responsibility for building South Vietnam’s military infrastructure. The more things change, the more they do stay the same.

The Bay of Pigs

Making Enemies with the CIA:
The Bay of Pigs

It was very well known that JFK refused to support and sanction the CIA backed Cuban refugee invasion of Cuba by refusing to allow air cover. The invasion failed and the careers of CIA Director, Dulles, and CIA Assistant Director, Cabal, were over. The proverbial line in the sand had been drawn and the CIA and JFK became mortal enemies with JFK threatening to break up the agency into a “thousand pieces”. Add to this fact, is the fact that it is well-known that the darker parts of the CIA act as mercenaries for certain groups who are not on the government payroll. Today, we would call these shadowy forces, the New World Order.
It is clear that with the advent of the Bay of Pigs, the brain trust for the assassination had been born and they would double down as this agency would perpetrate the cover-up, such as losing the President’s brain during the autopsy to hide the fact that JFK’s fatal head shot came from an exploding bullet, which means that Oswald’s defective Italian rifle could not have been used in the commission of the crime. Maybe this is also why LBJ had the Presidential limousine “cleaned up” immediately following the crime and the vehicle was never subsequently examined as any other crime scene would have been. LBJ should have gone to prison for obstruction of justice, but I digress. Jim Marrs and other researchers have clearly implicated the CIA as the masterminds of the assassination. I agree with Marrs, however, the CIA were not the original planners, they merely were tasked with carrying out the assassination. Regardless, the rich and famous wanted Cuba back and JFK had destroyed their plans for continued domination of the Island state.
Ten days following the Bay of Pigs, JFK gave his famous “secret society” speech. He is the first, and the only President to ever identify the globalists as the enemy of America and humanity as a whole.
If you have never listened to the speech, you should take the time to listen now, for if you do, the events of today will make a great deal more sense.

The Cuban Missile Crisis

Havana had become a play place for the rich and famous prior to the Castro led revolution. Upon seizing power, Castro promptly nationalized all gaming resorts and the Mafia lost their insanely high profits and the rich and famous lost their financial cut, as well as their 1960 version of Bohemian Grove. In the eyes of the rich and powerful, JFK had one more opportunity to get control over Cuba with the opportunity presented by the Cuban Missile Crisis.
In 1962, in response to America’s placing offensive nuclear weapons in Turkey, close to the Soviet border, the Russians did the same in Cuba. This event brought the U.S. and the Soviet Union to the brink of nuclear war. All of JFK’s military advisers wanted to invade Cuba with ground troops. JFK opted for the ever-contracting naval blockade. Although history has proven that our invading troops would have been nuked, and that JFK pursued the correct course of action, the powerful military was now lining up against JFK. And, again, the rich and famous were thwarted in their desire to reassert control over Cuba and the defense contractors smelled the end of the gravy train.
Then in June of 1963, JFK gave an incredible speech at American University in which he called for the total destruction of nuclear weapons. This would have resulted in the end of the financially lucrative Cold War and the “Pax Americana enforced on the world by American weapons of war”, and a movement toward “general and complete disarmament” would have begun. A few months later JFK signed a Limited Test Ban Treaty with Nikita Khrushchev. What would happen to the profits of Raytheon and Martin Marietta (now Lockheed Martin) if there was no cold war? The executives at the defense plants could relax because when JFK was killed, LBJ ordered the single largest increase in U.S. history and before the ink was even dry on JFK’s death certificate.

America Cannot Have Peace,
It Is Bad For Business

Please take the time and listen to JFK’s, American University Speech, June 10, 1963, and if you understand what it means to be an American, it will bring tears to your eyes and I believe that this speech also brought a bullet to JFK’s brain, because he was poking a stick into the eyes of the military industrial complex.

The Federal Reserve

On June 4, 1963, President Kennedy issued Executive Order 11110 and this accompanied the Kennedy act which was the beginning of an attempt to strip the Federal Reserve Bank of its power to loan money, at interest, to the government. JFK was on his way of stripping the then 50 year history of fleecing the American people. In effect, JFK, by issuing 4.3 billion dollars of U.S. notes based upon silver held in reserve, JFK was going to be able to wipe away the beginnings of national debt which, today, has mortally wounded the American economy. Please take note of the fact that this event was only a little over 5 months before the assassination. When JFK was murdered, LBJ failed to continue with the program.
Who stood to lose the most money if the Federal Reserve had lost its stranglehold on the American economy? You would be right if you answered Chase-Manhattan Bank with its 6,389,445 shares of Federal Reserve Board Stock valued at 32.3% of the total value of stock at the Fed. Also, Citibank had a lot to lose by this move as well as they were invested in the Federal Reserve shares to the tune of  4,051,851, or 20.5% of the total value. I think you might be getting an idea who owned and/or controlled the majority interests in these two banks in 1963, but there is more before we answer the question on who profited the most from the murder of a sitting President in 1963.

The Oil Depletion Allowance

By the end of 1962, the robber barons which ran the oil industry estimated, that their earnings on foreign investment capital would fall to 15 percent, compared with 30 percent in 1955 if the oil depletion allowance was diminished in accordance with JFK’s proposal.
JFK’s attack upon the oil depletion allowance, which permitted oil producers to deduct up to 27.5% of their income as tax exempt provided the robber barons of oil a lower tax rate and a competitive business advantage, not shared by any other business interests. JFK targeted the oil depletion allowance and it was estimated the government might retain more than $300 million in tax revenue each year if the depletion allowance was reduced. Although the oil depletion allowance remained intact, due to the congressmen who were recipients of oil company campaign contributions, JFK made some very powerful enemies in the oil industry.
It was the oil depletion allowance which made drilling for oil a no risk venture. An oil speculator could drill five wells and if four were dry wells and only the fifth struck oil, the speculator would still make money because of tax breaks resulting from the depletion allowance deducted from owed taxes. President Kennedy pointed out the obvious when he stated “… no one industry should be permitted to obtain an undue tax advantage over all others.”
JFK had made an enemy out of the oil industry and its biggest tycoon, David Rockefeller with the proposal to reduce the oil depletion allowance. Do you know the two banks which controlled 53% of the Federal Reserve in 1963? Rockefeller owned the controlling interest in both banks. How about Chrysler, KBR, Bell Helicopter and the Vietnam War? You are way ahead if you said, David Rockefeller. And what about the nuclear arms race, to which the cessation of the cold war, would have meant the loss of profits to the defense industry? And who controls the defense industry? David Rockefeller. We had to have a cold war, then, for the same reasons we need a war on terror today. It is good for business and with the subsequent growth of government power which comes with war, the erosion of Constitutional liberties increases. All roads for the motivations of the JFK assassination leads to David Rockefeller as being the first mover in the plot.
Do I have the smoking gun that I can place in Rockefeller’s hand? The short answer is no. However, it is safe to say that the day that John Kennedy died, there were no tears shed at the Rockefeller estate.
Ioswald im a patsyf JFK’s murder had been anything but the killing of the President, any police detective worth his salt, would have followed the money trail and arrests would have been made based on the known facts. It is unacceptable that as we race toward the 50th Anniversary of the event, this next week, that not one person has been brought to justice in a court of law for the assassination of John Kennedy. Instead, a patsy, Lee Oswald,who never fired a gun on November 22, 1963, was framed and used as the patsy. And before Oswald could talk, he was murdered two days later under very mysterious circumstances. Over the next several days, I am going to publish mini-excerpts on facts about the JFK assassination which are not being covered by the MSM. My first entry will focus on how we know that Oswald did not kill JFK.

Reflections on What Could Have Been

If JFK would have lived, we would have not lost 58,000 lives in Vietnam. Millions of Vietnamese would have been spared. We would have an economy that is backed by silver and we would virtually have no debt because the corrupt Federal Reserve would have faded into oblivion as it did during the Andrew Jackson Administration. America would have schools that would the envy of the world, not the butt of jokes, because we would not spending money to kill people, but rather to educate, improve health care and we could have even afforded to pay off all privately held mortgages if we had only remembered the words of JFK when he reminded the faculty and staff at American University on June 10, 1963, that “We all breathe the same air…”
We would live in a far better place had we lived out JFK’s expressed ideals. I write this piece, not just to remind America of what we lost and how America suffered with Jack Kennedy’s death, I write this piece for those who know little of nothing of what happened on November 22, 1963, mostly young people, in order that they can know that the tyranny being imposed upon us, need not exist. There is a better way and for a moment when I listen to his speeches, I can imagine a better world. 


WOUNDED EYEWITNESS CHALLENGES WARREN COMMISSION

By JEROME R. CORSI - James T. Tague charges JFK panel tried to ignore his testimony 


WASHINGTON – James T. Tague, the eyewitness to the JFK assassination who was nicked by a piece of concrete sidewalk or a bullet fragment from a shot aimed at President Kennedy, has charged in a new book that the Warren Commission was planning to ignore his testimony until he objected publicly.
“In early June 1964 I read in a newspaper that the Warren Commission had finished its investigation, was sending its Commission helpers home, and was going to write its report: Three shots fired: first hitting Kennedy, the second Connally, the third Kennedy, and the deed was done by a ‘lone nut assassin’ named Lee Harvey Oswald,” Tague writes in “LBJ and the Kennedy Killing.”
“The ‘facts’ were just as (FBI Director J. Edgar) Hoover had stated 48 hours after the assassination,” he says.
In his book, Tague comments that in the six months after the assassination he had not been called to testify before the Warren Commission, even though the FBI interviewed him Dec. 14, 1963.
“Something was wrong,” Tague continues. “I felt the missed shot was important, because it indicated there was more than one shooter. I raised my hand and related to a reporter what I knew – the story was printed nationwide, and I was at last called to testify.”
A close examination of Warren Commission records strongly suggests Tague’s evidence did influence the commission’s conclusions, but not as Tague had expected.
The only way for the Warren Commission to incorporate Tague’s testimony and still conclude that only three shots had been fired, all by Lee Harvey Oswald, was to adopt the “single-bullet theory.”
Make the evidence fit the conclusion
Of relevance to Tague’s testimony is a memo written in April 1964 by Norman Redlich, a special assistant to the Warren Commission. The memo provides evidence the purpose of the investigation was not to examine the evidence of the JFK assassination to determine who shot the president, but to substantiate a politically preconceived conclusion that Lee Harvey Oswald was the “lone gun assassin.”
On April 27, 1964, Redlich wrote a memo to Warren Commission chief counsel Lee J. Rankin indicating the Warren Commission staff had determined Gov. John Connally was hit by the second shot, a different bullet than the bullet from the first shot that hit President Kennedy.
Redlich wrote:
Our report presumably will state that the President was hit by the first bullet, Governor Connally by the second, and the President by the final and fatal bullet. The report will also conclude that the bullets were fired by one person located in the sixth floor southeast corner window of the TSBD (Texas School Book Depository) building.
The purpose of Redlich’s memo was to argue the Warren Commission staff should make a field trip to Dallas to identify as closely as possible the exact location on Elm Street where shots hit Kennedy and Connally, as determined by a close examination of the famous film by bystander Abraham Zapruder.
“Our intention is not to establish the point with complete accuracy,” Redlich wrote.
He specified the goal was not to determine whether or not the assassin could have shot JFK prior to Zapruder frame 190, “but merely to substantiate the hypothesis which underlies the conclusions that Oswald was the sole assassin.”
The wording suggests a predetermined political conclusion. The purpose of the field trip was not to test whether or not Oswald could have fired all three shots with the bolt-action rifle, but to “substantiate the hypothesis” by fixing the earliest possible location where a shooter from that vantage point could have fired the first shot hitting President Kennedy.
“As our investigation now stands, however, we have not shown that these events could possibly have occurred in the manner suggested above,” Redlich conceded. “All we have is a reasonable hypothesis which appears to be supported by the medical testimony but which has not been checked out against the physical facts at the scene of the crime.”
What Redlich was admitting was that the hypothesis that Oswald was the lone assassin came first and the examination of the evidence came second, instead of developing the hypothesis from the evidence.
“If we do not attempt to answer these questions with observable facts,” Redlich argued, “others may answer them with facts that challenge our most basic assumptions, or with fanciful theories based on our unwillingness to test our hypothesis by the investigatory methods available to us.”
When on July 23, 1964, Tague testified to the Warren Commission in Dallas that he had been hit in the cheek by a bullet fragment or a piece of concrete, the Warren Commission had a problem.
The problem was compounded when Tague’s testimony was confirmed the next day by the testimony of Dallas County Deputy Sheriff Eddy Raymond Walthers.
The officer confirmed Tague was struck by a bullet fragment or a piece of concrete that had been dislodged from the curb in the Main Street lane of the three roads that converge at the triple underpass.
Tague’s testimony also was confirmed by photographic evidence showing exactly where he stood to watch the motorcade and documenting the cut on his cheek after the shooting.
Tague was not sure which shot caused the injury, but he believed it was the second or third, not the first.
His testimony forced the Warren Commission to recalculate. If shots one and three hit JFK, and shot two hit Connally, which shot hit Tague?
The Zapruder film set a narrow time frame in which the shooting could have happened, somewhere between 4.8 seconds and 7 seconds, according to the final report. Even a top expert using a bolt-action Mannlicher-Carcano rifle would be limited to three shots in that time range, especially with the need to zero in the target with the scope anew for each shot.
Warren Commission’s conclusion
Warren Commission junior counsel Arlen Specter, later a U.S. senator from Pennsylvania, came up with the “single-bullet” theory, arguing one bullet hit both JFK and Connally, one bullet missed and the third bullet was the fatal head shot that killed JFK.
The problem the Warren Commission faced was that if four shots were fired, there had to be a second shooter, since the commission had already determined Oswald could only have fired three shots in a 4.8- to 7-second interval.
In his testimony to the House Select Committee on Assassinations, Redlich appeared once again to suggest the Warren Commission’s purpose was to find Oswald guilty, not necessarily to determine the truth.
“I think there are simply a great many people who cannot accept what I believe to be the simple truth, that one rather insignificant person was able to assassinate the president of the United States,” Redlich told an executive session of the House panel on Nov. 8, 1977.


Jackie Onassis believed that LBJ and a cabal of Texas tycoons were involved in the assassination of her husband JFK
Explosive Jackie O tapes 'reveal how she believed Lyndon B Johnson killed JFK and had affair with movie star'

She will allegedly reveal affair with actor William Holden 
Believed Vice-President Johnson was behind husband's assassination

By LIZ THOMAS
Last updated at 6:20 PM on 8th August 2011

Jackie Onassis believed that Lyndon B Johnson and a cabal of Texas tycoons were involved in the assassination of her husband John F Kennedy, ‘explosive’ recordings are set to reveal.

The secret tapes will show that the former first lady felt that her husband’s successor was at the heart of the plot to murder him.
She became convinced that the then vice president, along with businessmen in the South, had orchestrated the Dallas shooting, with gunman Lee Harvey Oswald – long claimed to have been a lone assassin – merely part of a much larger conspiracy.
Texas-born Mr Johnson, who served as the state’s governor and senator, completed Mr Kennedy’s term and went on to be elected president in his own right.
The tapes were recorded with leading historian Arthur Schlesinger Jnr within months of the assassination on November 22, 1963, and had been sealed in a vault at the Kennedy Library in Boston. 
The then Mrs Kennedy, who went on to marry Greek shipping tycoon Aristotle Onassis, had ordered that they should not be released until  50 years after her death, with some reports suggesting she feared that her revelations might make her family targets for revenge.
She died 17 years ago from cancer aged 64 and now her daughter, Caroline Kennedy, has agreed to release the recordings early.
John and Jackie Kennedy with daughter Caroline, who allowed the tapes to be released to ABC in return for their cancelling of the mini series about the family
John and Jackie Kennedy with daughter Caroline, who allowed the tapes to be 
released to ABC in return for their cancelling of the mini series about the family
Portrait of actor William Holden (1918-1981).
Portrait of actor William Holden (1918-1981).
Jackie is said to reveal her affair with actor William Holden, right, 
which she did in retaliation for her husband's many flings
In the tapes, Jackie allegedly blames President Lyndon Johnson for the death of JFK, who took over the post from her husband after his assassination
In the tapes, Jackie allegedly blames President Lyndon Johnson for the death of JFK, 
who took over the post from her husband after his assassination

Daughter Caroline Kennedy released the 'explosive' tapes
Daughter Caroline Kennedy released the 'explosive' tapes
A programme featuring the tapes will be aired by U.S. network ABC, and it is understood British broadcasters are in talks to show it here too.
ABC executives claimed the tapes’ revelations were ‘explosive’.
They are believed to include the suggestion that Mr Kennedy was having an affair with a 19-year-old White House intern, with his wife even claiming that she found knickers in their bedroom.
And they go on to reveal that she too had affairs – one with Hollywood star William Holden and another with Fiat founder Gianni Agnelli – as a result of the president’s indiscretions. It has also been claimed that, in the weeks before Mr Kennedy’s assassination, the couple had turned a corner in their relationship and were planning to have more children.
Historian Edward Klein, who has written several books on the Kennedy clan, said: ‘Jackie regarded the pretty young things in the White House as superficial flings for Jack. She did retaliate by having her own affairs.

‘There was a period during which she was delighted to be able to annoy her husband with her own illicit romances.’
It is believed that Caroline, 53, agreed to the early release of the tapes in exchange for ABC dropping its £10million drama series about the family.
The Kennedys, starring Tom Cruise’s wife Katie Holmes as Jackie, critically charted the family’s political and personal trials and tribulations since the 1930s. The series was eventually broadcast on an independent cable channel,  and on BBC2 in the UK, against Caroline’s wishes.
A spokesman for ABC said the claims about the content of the tapes were 'erroneous'.
He said: ‘The actual content of the tapes provide unique and important insight into our recent past from one of the most fascinating and influential First Ladies in American history.’
The broadcaster did not reply to repeated requests for comment and would not clarify what was on the tapes, saying the programme was not scheduled for broadcast until mid-September.

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JFK, RFK, & MLK Were All Killed By the Same Forces
Dave Hodges - November 17, 2013 - The Common Sense Show
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The murders of John F. Kennedy, Robert F. Kennedy and Dr. Martin Luther King were all orchestrated by the same group. How can I be sure? I can be sure by a simple preponderance of circumstantial evidence which overwhelmingly connects the three most important and horrific assassinations in the 20th century.

The Vietnam War

More than 58,000 soldiers died in Vietnam.
More than 58,000 soldiers died in Vietnam as well as a few good men who tried to make a difference for the American people.
All three men shared a similar goal of not becoming more deeply involved in the Vietnam War and they paid for it with their lives.  John F. Kennedy sought to avoid the Vietnam War because he saw it as a military quagmire that would burn American resources, needlessly waste American lives and would ultimately hurt his legacy as a president who oversaw an unwinnable war.


Robert Kennedy was still reeling from his older brother’s assassination for which the Vietnam War was a major factor which motivated the co-conspirators. RFK was determined to end the war in Vietnam. Robert also posed the threat of being able to reopen his brother’s murder and Allan Dulles, Richard Nixon, Gerald Ford, George Bush and David Rockefeller had a lot to worry about if that were ever to happen. RFK had to be stopped with regard to his quest for the Presidency.
As Robert Kennedy sought the Democratic nomination for the 1968 presidential race, we should take note of the fact that most of his supporters were in their early to mid 20′s which comprised the demographics of people most vehemently opposed to the Vietnam War. Therefore, Robert F. Kennedy had a motive to withdraw the forces from Vietnam for political reasons.
At the beginning of the 1968 Democratic campaign season, most people didn’t give Robert Kennedy a snowballs chance in hell of securing the nomination from his party. However, his early stunning upset victories caused great alarm among the establishment elite. One of the stories that floated among intelligence operatives who have spoken out was that Robert Kennedy was told not to go to California and participate in the Democratic primary. He was clearly told to withdraw from the race or he would be killed. Reportedly, Robert Kennedy scoffed at the threats clearly thinking that the establishment elite would not be able to get away with assassinating two different Kennedy’s in less than five years. Allegedly, Martin Luther King was killed, in part, at the height of the civil rights movement, in order to provide Robert Kennedy with a high-profile warning that nobody was beyond the reach of the elite establishment. Dr. King’s assassination did not sway Robert Kennedy from his political ambitions and he ultimately paid the ultimate price for ignoring the warning.
Martin Luther King was a threat to the establishment elite, not simply because he was having a revolutionary civil rights movement and was succeeding, he was also opposed to the Vietnam War. King’s objection to the Vietnam War was not based so much on geopolitical reasons, but rather on issues of racial equality.
At a time in our country’s history when we still had a military draft, a disproportionate number of black males, particularly in the South, were being drafted in lieu of white males. And King was also opposed to the disproportionate number of black soldiers who were being sent to Vietnam.  King’s objections to the Vietnam War were dangerous to the establishment. King drew the attention of J. Edgar Hoover and was illegally spied upon by the FBI. And if you want a reason to dislike J. Edgar Hoover any more, Hoover removed King’s FBI bodyguards shortly before his assassination. Of course, the establishment would have us believe that this was just another coincidence.
The Vietnam War was a huge cash cow for the establishment elite in the areas of oil, the military-industrial complex and the banks. Nothing was going to interfere with establishment’s right to wage war for profit.
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Single Assassins

The establishment says that John Kennedy, Robert Kennedy and Dr. Martin Luther King were all killed by lone assassins who most people labeled as mentally ill and extremist in their beliefs.
Ask yourself an important question. If you were going to carry out a high-profile assassination of well-guarded individuals, this would require a great deal of planning, don’t you think? One would have to be able to get in proximity to their target, remain undetected, conceal their weapon until the last moment and then flawlessly carry out the plot with an accuracy that’s second to none. With the high degree of planning that would have to go in to these three assassinations, why would anyone risk discovery by revealing their plans in advance by confessing in a diary which could’ve been serendipitously discovered?
Perhaps we can buy this ridiculous diary explanation in one of these assassinations. More amazingly, each diary left a convincing trail of condemning evidence as to the written, self expressed guilt of the assassin which would leave no doubt in the public’s mind that the assassin acted alone. Therefore, we are asked to believe that this scenario happened three times, in the three major assassinations of the 20th century, less than five years apart and we’re supposed to believe that this commonality of modus operandi is just a mere coincidence? Are you kidding me? Meanwhile the establishment elite gets to point the finger individually at each of the accused three assassins by pointing to these diaries.
John Kennedy was allegedly killed by Lee Harvey Oswald. Oswald supposedly wrote a diary upon his return journey from his previous defection to the Soviet Union in which he threatened the president with harm. Many handwriting analysts discredit the Oswald diary as a diary that was written in just a few sessions and not over a period of months and years as the Warren Commission claimed.
Robert Kennedy was killed by Sirhan Sirhan and the diary was later discovered and used to implicate the accused assassin in a court of law.
Dr. Martin Luther King was assassinated by James Earl Ray and he too had a diary professing his intentions to kill the civil rights activist. Interestingly, members of the King family visited James Earl Ray on many occasions in prison and publicly stated that they do not believe that James Earl Ray was the man who killed Dr. Martin Luther King.
This trifecta trail of implication through the finding of a diary is not believable and this really does demonstrate how dumb the establishment elite thinks the American people truly are that we would believe the same story three times over.

The Lone Assassin Myth

Political assassinations of this magnitude are complicated to say the least. How one sniper, or one gunman could have carried out this act, without any assistance, is very difficult to believe. Failure to use a spotter in all three cases and the failure to have an accomplice in all three cases is just not believable. And that is exactly what the House Select Committee on Assassinations in 1977 stated when Congress issued an opinion which stated that JFK was murdered by at least two gunmen. Yet the media propaganda spin still continues to this day.

                 All Three Assassins Were Mentally Ill

All three of the assassins have been categorized to the public as extremists who are mentally ill. There is actually a fourth assassination attempt in the 20th century in which the establishment claims was carried out by a mentally ill lone assassin and that person was the would-be assassin of Ronald Reagan, John Hinckley. Wouldn’t you say that the establishment went to the well a little too often with this profile?

Conclusion

Let’s sum up the “official” position of the establishment.   The three most prominent assassinations of the 20th century were carried out against high-profile political targets. And according to the establishment elite, all of the assassinations were the individual acts of one man with an unstable mental health background and extremist political views. Further, all the assassins possessed a diary which professes their murderous intentions towards their individual target, and just coincidentally, the diary was discovered and used to implicate the single assassin notion in each case. And let’s not forget that in two of the three assassinations involving John Kennedy and Martin Luther King, expert marksmanship was displayed. In fact, in the case of Oswald, nobody has been able to duplicate the accuracy and speed of which the assassination had to be carried out in 5.6 seconds. Don’t you wish that MIT would run the odds on these probabilities being due to chance.
Fifty years later following the death of John Kennedy and 45 years after the death of Robert Kennedy and Dr. Martin Luther King, some of the older folks in this country still seek answers. Why in 2013 is assassination evidence still being held under lock and key and the American people are not allowed to look at it? What is the establishment afraid that we might learn? And more disturbingly, why don’t more Americans care? For when we let a few men, behind-the-scenes, commit a coup d’état against three high level political figures, especially the President of the United States, and subsequently change policy in case of John Kennedy, we no longer live in a democratic republic.  We now live in a corporate oligarchy.
When these events are allowed to go on and the true perpetrators remain unpunished and the evidence is carefully concealed decades after the events, then what we are left with is a Praetorian Guard who runs the government for behind-the-scenes committing assassinations, rigging elections and by bribing politicians with undue corporate influence and gratuity. Add in the control of the media and we live in a prison country.  This is why you should care and this is why it’s disgraceful that  more of the alternative media is not covering these events and more Americans don’t give a damn about what happened to these three men and why they were assassinated.
The same forces were killed by the elite establishment using the same modus operandi, representing the identical interlocking directorates of the entities that are wreaking havoc in tyranny upon our country today (e.g. the Federal Reserve, the military industrial complex etc.).
There are definitive reasons, with modern day implications which describe why you should care and this is why you should take the time to investigate and educate your neighbors because the assassins of these three men, all from the same groups, are responsible for the mess we’re in today. And we can’t fix the mess we’re in today unless we understand how we got into the situation we are mired in.
JFK, RFK and MLK were clearly killed by the same forces. If you are wondering about the identities of these forces, I refer you to Part One of this series where the identities of these interlocking directorates are clearly identified. 
There is another compelling reason why we should keep the heat on with regard to the murders of these three men. If we can ever have a bold American leader attempt to lead the country out of tyranny, the amount of attention that we pay to these three assassinations, could ultimately save the life of a future great reformer.
I know, and many others know who pulled the trigger from the grassy knoll in order to kill John Kennedy. Many of us also know the identities of the puppeteers behind the scenes who orchestrated these heinous acts. However, nobody is home and nobody is listening any longer as we continue to lose our country, our traditions, our true historical past and most of all, our children’s futures.
Why do we kill those who try and make a difference? Dion wondered the same as he wrote a song about the great civil rights reformers in American History. Before you dismiss this topic of one that should go back on the history shelf, not to be debated again, listen to the following song. And then ponder, just for a moment, about how life would be different for all of us if these men were able to carry out the fulfillment of their dreams. 
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LBJ The Sudden President (The President Calling) 


photo: NARA
Monday, December 2,1963,2:42 P.M.
Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy: Mr. President?

President Johnson: I just wanted you to know you were loved and by so many and so much and-

JBK: Oh, Mr. President!

LBJ: -I'm one of them.

JBK: I tried. I didn't dare bother you again, but I got Kenny O'Donnell over here to give you a message if he ever saw you. Did he give it to you yet?

LBJ: No.

JBK: About my letter? That was waiting for me last night?

LBJ: Listen, sweetie. Now, first thing you've got to learn-you've got some things to learn, and one of them is that you don't bother me. You give me strength.

JBK: But I wasn't going to send you in one more letter. I was so scared you'd answer.

LBJ: Don't send me anything, don't send me anything! You just come on over and put your arm around me. That's all you do. When you haven't got anything else to do, let's take a walk. Let's walk around the back yard and just let me tell you how much you mean to all of us and how we can carry on if you give us a little strength!

JBK: But you know what I wanted to say to you about that letter? I know how rare a letter is in a President's handwriting. Do you know that I've got more in your handwriting than I do in Jack's now?

LBJ: Well-

JBK: And for you to write it at this time, and then to send me that thing today of, you know, your Cape announcement and everything-

LBJ: I want you to just know this, that I told my mama a long time ago, when everybody else gave up about my election in '48-

JBK: Yes?

LBJ: My mother and my wife and my sisters and you females got a lot of courage that we men don't have. And so we have to rely on you and depend on you, and you've got something to do. You've got the President relying on you. And this is not the first one you've had! So there're not many women, you know, running around with a good many Presidents. So you just bear that in mind. You've got the biggest job of your life!

JBK: [laughs] "She ran around with two Presidents." That's what they'll say about me!

LBJ: [quietly chortles]

JBK: Okay! Anytime!

LBJ: Goodbye, darling.

JBK: Thank you for calling, Mr. President. Goodbye.

LBJ: Bye, sweetie. Do come by.

JBK: [warmly:] I will.

Saturday, December 7,1963, 5:20 P.M.
JBK: -tonight, will it be in the news?

LBJ: It might be. I don't know.... I just had them come in the office, and they just sat around while I was drinking coffee. I don't know whether they even took TV of it, or not. I guess they did have some shining stuff in my eyes, but I don't imagine it's worth being on.

JBK: Oh, listen. Oh, good, because I thought it might have been one of those things that went on while you were doing it.

LBJ: Did it keep you busy all day?

JBK: Oh, listen, I'm just collapsed. I haven't gotten out of bed.

LBJ: Your picture was gorgeous. Now you had that chin up and that chest out and you looked so pretty marching in the front page of the New York Daily News today, and I think they had the same picture in Washington. Little John-John and Caroline, they were wonderful, too. Have you seen the Daily News? The New York Daily News?

JBK: No, but I haven't seen anything today except the [Washington] Post 'cause I just sort of collapsed, but they're all downstairs.

LBJ: Well, you look at the New York Daily News. I'm looking at it now, and I just came, sat in my desk and started signing a lot of long things, and I decided I wanted to flirt with you a little bit.

JBK: How sweet! And I read- Will you sleep in the White House tonight?

LBJ: [laughs] I guess so. I'm paid to.

JBK: Oh! ... You all three sleep in the same room, because it's the worst time, your first night.

LBJ: Darling, you know what I said to the Congress-I'd give anything in the world if I wasn't here today. [laughs]

JBK: Well, listen, oh, it's going to be funny because the rooms are all so big. You'll all get lost, but anyway-

LBJ: You going to come back and see me?

JBK: [chuckles]

LBJ: Hmm?

JBK: Some day I will.

LBJ: Some day?

JBK: But anyway, take a big sleeping pill.

LBJ: Aren't you going to bring- You know what they do with me, they just keep my, they're just like taking a hypo, they just stimulate me and I just get every idea out of every head in my life comes back and I start thinking new things and new roads to conquer.

JBK: Yeah? Great.

LBJ: So I can't. Sleeping pill won't put me to sleep. It just wakes me up.

JBK: Oh.

LBJ: But if I know that you are going to come back to see me some morning when you are bringing your-

JBK: I will.

LBJ: -kid to school, and first time you do, please come and walk and let me walk down to the seesaw with you like old times.

JBK: I will, Mr. President.

LBJ: Okay. Give Caroline and John-John a hug for me.

JBK: I will.

LBJ: Tell them I'd like to be their daddy!

JBK: I will.

LBJ: Good-bye.

JBK: Good-bye.

Saturday, December 21, 1963, 6:55 P.M.
LBJ: Jackie?

JBK: Mr. President?

LBJ: I love you!

JBK: Aren't you sweet? Where are you?

LBJ: You just skipped away from this town. I ought to have had you arrested!

JBK: But I was so mad at myself.

LBJ: Well, you ought to be mad. You almost made me mad at you leaving without coming by and hugging me and telling me goodbye.

JBK: Yeah, but did you get my note?

LBJ: Yes, I did. And I-

JBK: ... I felt so stupid.

LBJ: Well, I miss you, and I'm thinking of you and I know your Christmas won't be what it ought to be. But I wish that I could make it happier.

JBK: Oh, well, you're so nice. And you know something, sending Luci Baines was so sweet when she brought those presents over.

LBJ: Well-

JBK: He just rode that fire engine around for two hours and broke all the Hammans' furniture.

LBJ: [laughs] Well, you're mighty sweet. And I appreciate my book so much. Here's a little girl that wants to tell you hello.

JBK: Okay.

LADY BIRD: Jackie?

JBK: Oh, Lady Bird?

LADY BIRD: Yes!

JBK: How are you?

LADY BIRD: Oh, knee-deep in all sorts of decisions and unpacking and things, and the recalcitrant Congress, but also ready to go home and see kinfolks and sit by the fire and tell tales.

JBK: Oh, and you go home when?

LADY BIRD: Well, we were going home tomorrow night, immediately after lighting the Christmas tree, but now it's uncertain.

JBK: I see. Oh, poor Lady Bird, with everything else you have, you just hit that place at Christmastime, too.

LADY BIRD: [laughs] Just in front of Mr. Erhard. I hope that you have, that the children are gay and happy, and that the weather is beautiful and that you get some rest.

JBK: Oh, you're so nice, Lady Bird. You're so thoughtful to think of me, and I know you've been calling Jayne Wrightsman, and you're just so sweet it makes me cry.

LADY BIRD: Not at all. I've just got to get to work and learn a lot. Lyndon wants to say another word, and lots of love to you.

JBK: Oh, same to you and all your family.

LBJ: When I got ready to go to home for my Christmas, the Congress just said they'd spank me and hit me right in the face and wouldn't let me go, and that's the way I am going to do you next time if you don't tell me goodbye.

JBK: Oh, listen, as soon as you get back, I'll come and get a vitamin-B shot from Dr. Travell.

LBJ: Won't you do that?

JBK: Yes.

LBJ: Thank you, honey. ... Merry Christmas.

JBK: Merry Christmas, Mr. President.

LBJ: Give that little girl a hug for me.

JBK: I will.

Monday, December 23,1963,7:18 P.M.
JBK: Mr. President?

LBJ: I hope that you're doing all right.

JBK: Oh, I'm doing fine, thank you.

LBJ: Well, this Congress is getting pretty rough up here and I may have to send for you before it gets through.

JBK: I hope you get home for Christmas. Will you?

LBJ: I don't know.

JBK: You're so nice to call me, Mr. President. You must be out of your mind with work piled up.

LBJ: I have a few things to do, but not anything that I enjoy more than what I'm doing now.

JBK: You're nice.

LBJ: How's my little girl?

JBK: She's fine, and John just set off this awful jet plane, so it's noisy here in the background.

LBJ: [laughs] Well, tell him hello, and I wish all of you a Merry Christmas, and I wished I could do something to make it happier for you.

JBK: Oh, no, you are so nice, and you've done everything you could. ... Thank you so much.. ..

LBJ: You know how much we love you?

JBK: Oh, well, you're awfully nice.

LBJ: You don't know?

JBK: Well, no, I don't-well, yes, I do-you know.

LBJ: You better know! All the 180 million love you, dear.

JBK: Oh, thanks, Mr. President.

LBJ: And all the world, and I'll see you after Christmas, I hope. And if you ever come back here again and don't come to see me, why, there's going to be trouble.

JBK: All right.

LBJ: You don't realize I have the FBI at my disposal, do you?

JBK: [chuckles] No, I promise I will.

LBJ: I'm going to send for you if you don't come by.

JBK: Good.

LBJ: Or someday they're going to create a traffic jam out there in Georgetown.

JBK: Okay, well, that would be great.

LBJ: You have a good Christmas, dear.

JBK: Thank you. The same to you.

Wednesday, January 1,1964,6:10 P.M.
LBJ: Happy New Year!

JBK: Oh, happy New Year, Mr. President!

LBJ: How are you doing?

JBK: Oh, I'm doing fine.

LBJ: You getting some sunshine?

JBK: [chuckles] It's pouring rain today.

LBJ: We have a beautiful day here.

JBK: Oh, I see. All of Texas- It looks so successful, the Erhard thing. That really went off beautifully, didn't it?

LBJ: Yes, we had a good meeting. He's a pretty good fellow.

JBK: Gosh, I thought you'd get some rest when you went home, but you did more than you do at the White House! ... You should go to bed.

LBJ: Well, I did this afternoon. I just waked up. I'm still in bed and I just waked up thinking about you and wondering how you were getting along and what you did during the holidays. Did Santa Claus come see the kiddos?

JBK: Oh, yes. You've been so nice to me.

LBJ: I haven't been nice to you. I just, I want to see you. When are you coming back to Washington?

JBK: Ahhh- Sunday.

LBJ: Sunday?

JBK: Yes.

LBJ: Well, I'll probably come back Sunday, too. I haven't made up my mind, but that's pretty persuasive.

JBK: [chuckles] Oh, but I will come to see you. ... I'll let you know.

LBJ: Anytime, anytime! You just quit being so modest now. Did you have any fun at all? Did you get out on the water any?

JBK: Oh, I did. I went swimming every day-And your present! Gosh, that Fairfax letter!... That's a treasure!

LBJ: Well, you're sweet, you're sweet.

JBK: You know, I grew up in Fairfax County.

LBJ: Well, bless your heart. They did a good job on you. Tell me, does John like his automobile?

JBK: Oh, he loves that so. That ladder! We have to take it down to the beach, up again ... down to the living room.

LBJ: [chuckles]

JBK: He's so mad about it.

LBJ: I'm going to come see him when he gets back to Washington.

JBK: She's so cute, Luci is.

LBJ: Well, she was up to see the Navy game today. Lynda had mixed emotions. Her boyfriend was a Navy man and she was going to Texas.

JBK: Oh, who won? ... The Secret Service all were betting on it.

LBJ: Twenty-eight to six Navy. I mean Texas, Texas! Twenty-eight to six Texas.

JBK: Oh, that's the Cotton Bowl.

LBJ: Yeah, that's right.

JBK: I remember.

LBJ: You sound cheerful. I hope you are.

JBK: I'm getting so much better. It's always tough ...

LBJ: I think you are a pretty great girl, myself.... I just wanted to hear your voice and wish you a happy New Year, and I'll see you next week.

JBK: Great, Mr. President. You know, I'm so touched by [inaudible] with all you've got to do.

LBJ: Well, I've got a lot to do with you yet, dear.

JBK: Oh, I'd just do anything for you, because you've been so nice to me.

LBJ: Goodbye, darling.

Thursday. January 9,1964,11:30 AM.
JBK: [laughs]

LBJ: I'll resign! [laughs] Yeah, listen, I don't like these ten o'clock nights-lights still burning over here-and these early morning breakfast appointments.

JBK: Will you please start to take a nap after lunch?

LBJ: I'm going to.

JBK: It changed Jack's whole life.

LBJ: I'm going to.

JBK: He was always sick. And when we got to the White House, he did it every day, even if you can't sleep. And you know, Churchill did that. And you just, now that you've got your State of the Union over, you just can't tear around.

LBJ: I'll start it the day you come down here to see me, and if you don't, I'm going to come out there to see you.

JBK: Oh, Mr. President-

LBJ: And I will just have all those motor-sickle cops around your house, and it will cause you all kinds of trouble, and-

JBK: I can't come down there. I wanted to tell you. I've really gotten ahold of myself. You know, I would do anything for you. I'll talk to you on the phone. I'm so scared I'll start to cry again.

LBJ: Oh, you never cried-honey, I never saw anyone as brave as you.

JBK: But I, you know-

LBJ: Or as great.

JBK: I just can't.

LBJ: You know how great we think you are?

JBK: Well, you know. I'll talk to you. I'll do anything I can. But don't make me come down there again.

LBJ: Well, I've got to see you before long. I've got to see you.

JBK: Well, any time you say is great.

LBJ: All right.

JBK: Thanks.

LBJ: I'll call you sometime and come by.

JBK: Okay.
http://americanradioworks.publicradio.org/features/prestapes/jklbj.html

The Kennedy Assassination (November 22, 1963) 50 Years Later

Paul Craig Roberts

November 22, 2013, is the 50th anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. The true story of JFK’s murder has never been officially admitted, although the conclusion that JFK was murdered by a plot involving the Secret Service, the CIA, and the Joint Chiefs of Staff has been well established by years of research, such as that provided by James W. Douglass in his book, JFK And The Unspeakable, published by Simon & Schuster in 2008. Ignore Douglass’ interest in the Trappist monk Thomas Merton and Merton’s prediction and focus on the heavily documented research that Douglass provides.

Or just turn to the contemporary films, taken by tourists watching JFK’s motorcade that are available on YouTube, which show clearly the Secret Service pulled from President Kennedy’s limo just prior to his assassination, and the Zapruder film that shows the killing shot to have come from President Kennedy’s right front, blowing off the back of his head, not from the rear as postulated in the Warren Commission Report, which would have pushed his head forward, not rearward.

I am not going to write about the assassination to the extent that the massive information permits. Those who want to know already know. Those who cannot face the music will never be able to confront the facts regardless of what I or anyone else writes or reveals.

To briefly review, the facts are conclusive that JFK was on terrible terms with the CIA and the Joint Chiefs. He had refused to support the CIA organized Bay of Pigs invasion of Cuba. He had rejected the Joint Chiefs’ “Operation Northwoods,” a plan to commit real and faked acts of violence against Americans, blame Castro and use the false flag events to bring regime change to Cuba. He had rejected the Joint Chiefs case that the Soviet Union should be attacked while the US held the advantage and before the Soviets could develop delivery systems for nuclear weapons. He had indicated that after his reelection he was going to pull US troops out of Vietnam and that he was going to break the CIA into a thousand pieces. He had aroused suspicion by working behind the scenes with Khrushchev to defuse the Cuban Missile Crisis, leading to claims that he was “soft on communism.” The CIA and Joint Chiefs’ belief that JFK was an unreliable ally in the war against communism spread into the Secret Service.

It has been established that the original autopsy of JFK’s fatal head wound was discarded and a faked one substituted in order to support the official story that Oswald shot JFK from behind. FBI director J. Edgar Hoover and President Johnson knew that Oswald was the CIA’s patsy, but they also understood, as did members of the Warren Commission, that to let the true story out would cause Americans to lose confidence in their own government at the height of the Cold War.

Robert Kennedy knew what had happened. He was on his way to being elected president and to holding the plotters accountable for the murder of his brother when the CIA assassinated him. A distinguished journalist, who was standing behind Robert Kennedy at the time of his assassination, told me that the killing shots came from behind past his ear. He submitted his report to the FBI and was never contacted.

Acoustic experts have conclusively demonstrated that more shots were fired than can be accounted for by Sirhan Sirhan’s pistol and that the sounds indicate two different calibers of firearms.

I never cease to be amazed by the gullibility of Americans, who know nothing about either event, but who confidently dismiss the factual evidence provided by experts and historians on the basis of their naive belief that “the government wouldn’t lie about such important events” or “someone would have talked.” What good would it do if someone talked when the gullible won’t believe hard evidence?  http://www.paulcraigroberts.org/2013/11/21/kennedy-assassination-november-22-1963-50-years-later/

Dark Legacy (Full Version) 
 A thorough, documented, criminal indictment of George Herbert Walker Bush, establishing beyond a reasonable doubt his guilt as a supervisor in the conspiracy to assassinate John F. Kennedy. You must see it to believe that former president George Herbert Walker Bush was connected to the assassination of JFK. Once you see this documentary though there should be no doubt in your mind that it’s true. The evidence is overwhelming and as the author of this documentary, John Hankey says, “If we could present this evidence to a jury in Texas, he would pay with his life”. Did you know that Daddy Prescott Bush was Hitler’s chief banker in the U.S. before 1942? Did you know that George H.W. Bush was in the CIA and in Dallas when Kennedy was killed? This video explores the many connections between George Bush and the Kennedy Assassination and makes a very convincing argument that he was the operational leader of the most important coup in American history.

http://undergrounddocumentaries.com/dark-legacy-full-version/   



RFK Jr. Details the Threat of a Coup From the Dulles Crowd Against His Uncle, President Kennedy


President John F. Kennedy at work in the Oval office in 1962. George Tames/The New York Times
RFK Jr. Details the Threat of a Coup From the Dulles Crowd Against His Uncle, President Kennedy
Yesterday, on the eve of the 50th anniversary of John F. Kennedy's murder, JFK's nephew, Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., has published a bombshell pointing the finger at then-CIA chief Allen Dulles.
RFK, Jr.'s article, "John F. Kennedy's Vision of Peace," in the Dec. 5 edition of Rolling Stone, relates that "Dulles, fired by JFK after the Bay of Pigs, returned to public service when LBJ appointed him to the Warren Commission, where he systematically concealed the agency's involvement in various assassination schemes and its ties to organized crime. To a young writer, he revealed his continued resentment against JFK: 'That little Kennedy... he thought he was a god.'"
The article makes clear the continuous menace of a coup d'etat against the U.S. government posed by Dulles and his allies in the national security apparatus. This coup threat was directed against JFK's determination to pull the U.S. and Russia out of the Cold War that had trapped the U.S.A. since the end of World War II.
The author writes that his father, Robert F. Kennedy, told the Soviet Ambassador in a secret meeting, "If the situation [Cuban Missile crisis] continues much longer, the President is not sure that the military will not overthrow him and seize power." But the "mood in Langley was even uglier.... [It was] an insubordinate, out-of-control agency, which one top official called a 'malignancy. He doubted that 'even the White House could control it any longer.' Another warned, 'If the United States ever experiences a [coup], it will come from the CIA and not from the Pentagon.'"
RFK, Jr. outlines the President's determination to close out the inherited colonial war in Vietnam. He writes that his father, Robert Kennedy, told Daniel Ellsberg that JFK "did not want to follow France into a war of rich against poor, white versus Asian, on the side of imperialism and colonialism against nationalism and self-determination." The two Kennedy brothers had toured Vietnam back in 1951, and, said Robert, "'we were there! We saw what was happening to the French. We saw it. We were determined never to let that happen to us.'"
- See more at: http://bit.ly/1bLQcfV

The 50th anniversary of the American coup d'etat. 

Prof. Jerry Kroth: I give this new video (Sept. 2013) my highest recommendation. I think it is the most important video that's come about about the JFK assassination in a few years. (I also highly recommend Douglass's book "JFK and the Unspeakable, but it is, well, a book) ~~

"CONCLUSION: President Johnson, aided and abetted by the CIA, conspired with and conscripted the American Mafia to assassinate the President of the United States on November 22, 1963.

The theory, if true, deeply undermines what common, rank and file Americans believe. It violates every sacred canon that our country is transparent, open, democratic, civil, and governed by the rule of law. Instead, it portrays the United States of America as little short of a banana republic where power, guns, mobsters, murder, deciet, corruption, assassination, hit men, and brazen coup d'etats determine the essential narrative of a people's history."

http://bit.ly/I23TQm

50 years is WAY TOO LONG for the secrets to remain hidden. It's time for the truth to come out. 




Prescott Bush, Joseph P. Kennedy And Hitler's Nazi Party And The Jewish Connection 

 This Kennedys belonged to the powerful Dál gCais people of Thomond, headed by the O’Briens. They resided in far eastern Clare, northern Limerick, Mayo, and northern Tipperary in an area called Ormond. Originally seated in Glemor, near Killaloe in Co. Clare, they migrated across the river Shannon to Ormond in Co. Tipperary following pressure from other septs in the region (mainly the O'Briens and the McNamaras). They soon grew in power to become lords in Ormond from the 11th - 16th centuries. The Annals of the Four Masters described them in 1300 to be "the undisputed Lords of Ormond". Placenames such as Coolkennedy and Garrykennedy in Upper Ormond and Killokennedy in Thomond are indicative of their longstanding presence in the region. The sept split into three branches, the chiefs of which were referred to by their hair colours: don (brown), fionn (blond), and rua (red). St Ruadhan of Lorrha was the special protector of the Kennedys of Ormond. Around 1600, a branch of the sept migrated to Co. Antrim where many Kennedys are still found today. According to Daithi O'hOgain (Associate Professor at University College Dublin), there is a lineage of Irish Kennedys descended directly from Brian Boru: 'The name Cinneide also continued in the direct O'Brien line. For instance, a branch of the family descended from King Donnchadh, son of Brian Boru, settled in Aherloe in south Tipperary, one section of which had the name Cinneide as a surname. - See more at: http://szaboservices.blogspot.com/2012/02/prescott-bush-joseph-p-kennedy-and.html#sthash.R64Y14u5.dpuf  

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