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Who killed JFK?
#67
http://themillenniumreport.com/2016/03/j...tention-3/

JFK Jr. Told The World Who Murdered His Father – But Nobody Was Paying Attention

by Jane Grey
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#68
Quote:When They Killed JFK They Killed America — Paul Craig Roberts
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When They Killed JFK They Killed America
Paul Craig Roberts
In the JFK administration I was a White House Fellow. In those days it was a much larger program than the small insider program it later became. President Kennedy’s intention was to involve many young Americans in government in order to keep idealism alive as a counter to the material interests of lobby groups. I don’t know if the program still exists. If it does, the idealism that was its purpose is long gone.
President John F. Kennedy was a classy president. In my lifetime there has not been another like him. Indeed, today he would be impossible.
Conservatives and Republicans did not like him, because he was thoughtful. Their favorite weapon against him was their account of his love life, which according to them involved Mafia molls and Marilyn Monroe. They must have worked themselves into fits of envy over Marilyn Monroe, the hottest woman of her time.
Unlike most presidents, Kennedy was able to break with the conventional thinking of the time.
From his experience with the Bay of Pigs, Cuban Missile Crisis, and the Joint Chiefs’ “Operaton Northwoods,” Kennedy concluded that CIA Director Allen Dulles and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Lemnitzer were both crazed by anti-communism and were a danger to Americans and the world.
Kennedy removed Dulles as CIA director, and he removed Lemnitzer as Chairman of the Joint Chiefs, thus setting in motion his own assassination. The CIA, the Joint Chiefs, and the Secret Service concluded that JFK was “soft on communism.” So did the Bill Buckley conservatives.
JFK was assassinated because of anti-communist hysteria in the military and security agencies.
The Warren Commission was well aware of this. The coverup was necessary because America was locked into a Cold War with the Soviet Union. To put US military, CIA, and Secret Service personnel on trial for murdering the President of the United States would have shaken the confidence of the American people in their own government.
Oswald had nothing whatsoever to do with JFK’s assassination. That is why Oswald was himself assassinated inside the Dallas jail before he could be questioned.
For those of you too young to have experienced John Kennedy and those of you who have forgot his greatness, do yourselves a favor and listen to this 5 minute, 23 second speech. Try
to imagine anyone among the current dolts giving a speech like this. Look how much is said so well in less than 5 and one-half minutes.
Kennedy intended to pull the US out of Vietnam once he was reelected. He intended to break up the CIA “into one thousand pieces” and curtail the military-security complex that was exploiting the US budget.
And that is why he was murdered. The evil that resides in Washington does not only kill foreign leaders who try to do the right thing, but also its own.
Here is JFK’s speech: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YafZkjiMpjU
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#69
https://www.cbsnews.com/news/jfk-assassi...documents/
JFK assassination: Trump to allow release of classified documents

President Trump announced on Twitter that he will allow the release of thousands of classified documents about the assassination of President John F. Kennedy after years of delays.

The unexpected move means the trove of never-before-seen documents are set to be released by the National Archives by Oct. 26.
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#70
I wish my Dad was alive to see this day.

He would be in his glory!
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http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-10-27...everything
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#72
ALL of the records are 'supposedly' released now acc to tweet by Trump who declined any further delay, only allow redaction of names of people STILL alive, Like George H. Bush CIA agent standing next to Oswald in front of book Depository.

https://www.archives.gov/research/jfk/2017-release


Best to request "bulk download" via an email and right click links sent to you and save to specific folder you've prepared for the collection.

Because I'm a paranoid Ninja  I already had what WAS there before his decision Saturday night that he was tired of #DEEPSWAMP 'petty masking'.

Some news articles are saying it won't be available until Monday, but they are there on-line NOW !!!


Bob... Ninja Alien2

PS: nope I was wrong on that line...#DCSWAMP CIA FBI etc STILL holding back some docs.
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George H. W. Bush was never standing next to Oswald in the doorway of the TSBD. (That picture is called "Altgens 6."). George H.W. Bush is in this photograph though. However, he was overseeing the hit team in Dallas Uranium & Oil in the window under the fire escape in the Dal-Tex building across Houston Street. 

There is not enough detail in the photograph to positively identify him, but it looks similar.

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Later, after Oswald had left the TSBD, George H.W. Bush was again photographed standing in front of the lattice work on the TSBD.


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George H.W. Bush may have even been photogtaphed a third time that day in Dealey Plaza.

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#74
That's why even though they released docs, they redacted stuff STILL remains 'classified national security'.

To me that 90+ old man is still grabbing women by the ass so he does NOT deserve keeping his name OUT of the role he played in killing JFK. PERIOD !!!

And the CIA should be disbanded, Trump had to have the DOD send Marines to hover in all four directions surrounding the CIA building grounds.  They didn't land but they WERE armed and READY to shoot.

Trump had told the CIA to STOP giving Israeli Secret Intelligence Soldiers aka ISIS weapons to keep the fighting in Syria going.  Also the CIA oversaw the retreat of ISIS into Jordan giving them air cover.

Fracking Secret Government needs the LIGHT shined on it.

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#75
So, there was a show tonight about this based on all the declassified docs.
Very fascinating stuff.
The most basic summary is that Oswald knew Cuban agent (who was later arrested on attempted assassination). This Agent was head of a training camp in Louisiana for Cuban dissidents and Oswald possibly trained there. Later on Oswald and this guy traveled to Mexico City to meet with the head of the Russian department that carried out assassinations. This Russian was under active surveillance and was a known threat to the US.
Looks like the Russians and Cubans most likely helped carry out the assassination. Further, it makes sense that if people in the US gov knew something like this, they knew that were the information to go public, the US would have to respond with force and likely trigger WW3.
Was avoiding a possible WW3 an acceptable reason to sacrifice the truth?
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