Friday, November 22, 2013

Who was really behind the death of JFK?










I don't think you need to be a marksman or a physicist to grasp that the official story of the Kennedy assassination is nonsense. The fact that the government still refuses to release 50,000 pages of documents about the assassination should also be an obvious clue. If there is nothing to hide, then why not release all the information related to it? Nonetheless, the information that is already available to the public demonstrates that the government storyline is complete bullshit.

As Carl Gibson says, "There is overwhelming evidence implicating the CIA and other United States intelligence agencies, as well as top military officials and corporate entities, in a complex plot to stage a coup against a president who rebelled against their wishes." I personally think that Bush Senior was involved in the plot to kill Kennedy, and I'd bet that some of that still-classified information would shed some light on that.

If you'd like to check out other works related to the assassination, check out this multi-part series on YouTube. It's called "The Men Who killed Kennedy."

Postscript from Paul Craig Roberts:
"I never cease to be amazed by the gullibility of Americans, who know nothing about either event (the Kennedy assassinations), 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?"

5 Comments:

Blogger Peter of Lone Tree said...

Check "Fetzer + Assassination" for more on the subject from the VT website.

10:29 PM  
Blogger Anna Van Z said...

Thanks for that link!

11:48 AM  
Blogger Dredd said...

"I never cease to be amazed by the gullibility of Americans, who know nothing about either event (the Kennedy assassinations), 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." -P. C. Roberts

That is at odds with a Guardian statemnt "At no point have more than 36% of Americans believed Kennedy was assassinated by a lone gunman." Guardian

Is the Roberts argument a "blame the victim" position or a hybrid of it? Or What?

7:47 AM  
Blogger Anna Van Z said...

I think he's referring to the "unquestioning" Americans; that dense bunch of apologists who are too scared of reality to question anything, and who tend to believe ANYTHING that anyone on the TEEVEE says.

Is this majority? I don't know. But I do know there are way too many of this ilk. They need to spend far less time with computer games and "social media" (or fundamentalist churches), and more time actually thinking and reading.

10:23 AM  
Blogger Dredd said...

Anna,

The inverse is "64% of Americans think that there was a conspiracy to assassinate President Kennedy."

I would not criticize my countrymen unfairly (false accusation) unless I knew the percentage of other countries in a very similar scenario.

False accusations are worse than scenarios of unawareness.

Besides, the "knowledge" we think we "know," according to the discipline of Epistemology, is actually "trust" or "faith" which we call "knowing" (Epistemology).

I readily admit that I do not "know" very much, because most of that "knowing" is based on who I trust and what they say, rather than on my own direct independent study and direct experiments (The Pillars of Knowledge: Faith and Trust?).

I do know one thing (I think ;) ) knowledge is better than fear.

4:01 PM  

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