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Thursday, November 7th, 2013

The JFK Assassination – Parts I & ll

Thursday, November 7th, 2013

November 22nd is the 50th anniversary of the assassination of John Kennedy. In the coming days, you’re going to see many conflicting theories about the conspiracy and the coverup.  Researching the murder has been a hobby of mine for over 25-years.  To read some articles I’ve written for this blog, type “JFK assassination” in the Search Box.

Should be classified as Fiction.

We will probably never know exactly who killed Kennedy – but it’s pretty much agreed that the official Warren Commission report was a massive coverup.  It includes false testimony, phony witnesses, deleted records, and faulty conjecture pointing to the shaky – but convenient – conclusion that Lee Harvey Oswald was the killer and he acted alone. Fortunately, today about 3 out of 4 Americans don’t believe this government horseshit.

It’s vitally important to know why the report was published.  The main reason was to calm a shocked and angry nation during those  first perilous months after the assassination.  There are many facts commonly known today that were unknown in 1963 and would have been exposed by a true investigation and autopsy.  The American people who believed in Camelot would have been stunned by those facts – and may never have believed in their government again.

The JFK Assassination – Part II

If you didn’t live through the JFK assassination, it’s hard to imagine how traumatized America became within seconds on November 22nd.

The leaders of the nation, Lyndon Johnson, J.Edgar Hoover, and Robert Kennedy among them, had an immediate, overwhelming problem: how to keep the government running and citizens from panicking.  Within hours the name Lee Harvey Oswald popped up.  He was a lone nut  who was not connected to any domestic nor foreign conspiracy.  He was then murdered within 48-hours by another lone nut .

The assassins had handed the leaders a “patsy” whom they then had killed.  Perfect – if the American people believed it.

After the assassination, there were numerous calls for an immediate, thorough investigation of Kennedy’s murder.  Uh-oh.  The leaders knew an honest investigation would reveal many dirty secrets of America and John Kennedy.  It was better if the country did not know:

Kennedy sponsored (with the CIA and the Mafia) unsuccessful assassination attempts on Cuba’s Fidel Castro. They successfully murdered: Patrice Lumumba, leader of the Congo, Rafael Trujillo, dictator of the Dominican Republic, and Ngo Dihn Diem, the President of South Vietnam.  All of these actions were illegal and top secret.

• Kennedy agreed to never invade Cuba if Russia pulled out its missiles in the Cuban Missile Crisis of 1962.  He  also had a larger role than people knew in the bungling of the Bay of Pigs disaster.

• Kennedy’s election in 1960 was won when Mafia money bought votes in Chicago and other gangster-influenced areas.  The mob expected to be paid back once JFK was elected.

JFK was probably married before Jackie Kennedy to Durie Malcom, a Palm Beach socialite, in 1947.  The marriage was annulled and the records destroyed.

Kennedy was much more of a womanizer than people know today. Hundreds of women could have caused scandals, blackmail, and security problems.  A complete autopsy would reveal they did cause numerous cases of  venereal disease.  It would also confirm that the President suffered from Addison’s Disease which he denied for years and was injected with amphetamines on an almost daily basis.

The Warren Commission Report conveniently buried all of these facts.  It was engineered by Hoover, approved by Lyndon Johnson, and backed by the entire Kennedy family for obvious reasons.

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Thursday, November 7th, 2013

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