Tuesday, November 22, 2011


Today marks the anniversary of one of the saddest days in American history - the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in 1963.  Forty-eight years on, the general consensus of the American public is that JFK was indeed killed via a conspiracy.  The public realizes that the "official" story is a lie, but who or what killed the president will continue to be debated for a very long time.

Here are some pieces of information that are not generally reported on by the corporate media:
  • Lee Harvey Oswald's mother, Marguerite, believed her son was framed and said so in a CBC interview less than a year after the assassination.
  • From WhatReallyHappened: "Dan Rather, at the time an unknown newscaster from a small market Texas TV station, viewed the Zapruder film, then described it to America on the CBS network. As this recording of that broadcast shows, Rather lied to all of America in claiming that the head shot pushed John F. Kennedy's head forward. Rather's meteoric rise to network status and stardom soon followed. When the Zapruder film was finally shown publicly, during Jim Garrison's trial of CIA agent Clay Shaw, Rather's lie was revealed for all to see." 
  • The United States House Select Committee on Assassinations became a second "official" investigation into the assassination when it began in 1976.  After two years of testimony and investigation, the committee concluded that JFK was "probably assassinated as a result of a conspiracy" although it still insisted that Lee Harvey Oswald was the one who pulled the trigger.
  • President Kennedy, in a bold move, attempted to quell the overreaching power of the Federal Reserve by issuing Executive Order 11110 on June 4, 1963.  This order (never enacted) would have placed the power to print money back in the hands of Congress, which was the original intent of the Founding Fathers (see Article 1 Section 8 of the Constitution).  Less than six months later, Kennedy was killed.
  • In relation to the above point, the first "official" investigation (the Warren Commission) included, as a member, John J. McCloy, the former head of the World Bank.  I am sure he may have been a great banker, but what did he know about assassinations?
  •  And then there's this...

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