This conspiracy, not the one that labeled we who knew something was fishy from the beginning and had our suspicions confirmed over the years, but the conspiracy that we were suspicious of, the one that “took out” JFK and kept it covered up for over 50 years: is it now being outed in the MSM? And, is this the beginning of the unraveling of all the sanitized, demonizing “single shooter” explanations for fear-inducing serial psy-ops that have killed so many heroes and innocents since then, including those in Colorado, Wisconsin and Connecticut just last year?
This story reminds me of pedophile, mind-control, chem-trail, and other revelations, all of which used to be labeled “conspiracy” (i.e., automatically ridiculous, the wild imaginings of crackpots), and are now being slowly or quickly revealed in all their sordid, diabolical ugliness.
The question does seem to be, how much truth can anyone take in at a time? And especially, how fast can the general public tolerate the dissolution of its culturally conditioned, GMO-corn-syrup and TV-programming-fueled, consciousness-obliterating cocoon that all is well in la-la land — or, if only we could find the guy who did it and kill him! then all will be well; or, if we could only figure out how to take guns away from everybody! or give everybody la-la pills! or lock up all the bad guys! forever! or set up separate gated communities to keep out the riff-raff! or the lefties! or the righties! then all will be well . . .
It goes on and on, this constant churning confusion of events and their shifting, drifting explanations, all aimed to keep the sheeple asleep or at least zoned out, they’re so damn frightened of what might be next and, of course, who’s to blame.
To go along with this story, you might check out a compilation from Fred Burks, wanttoknow.info:
“The History Channel produced a nine-part series tellingly titled “The Men Who Killed Kennedy.” For a five-minute clip of this excellent piece, click here. For the powerful final episode with incredible evidence implicating a US president and others, click here. For other deeply revealing reports from reliable major media sources on the JFK, RFK and other political assassinations, click here.”
RFK Jr: Oswald Didn’t Act Alone in JFK Assassination
January 14, 2012
Robert F. Kennedy Jr. believes there was second gunman in the JFK assassination. He dropped the bombshell last Friday night at an event in Dallas kicking off a year of observances of the 50th anniversary of President Kennedy’s murder.
CLN Editor Note: Be sure to watch the video embedded below. E Howard Hunt, in a deathbed confession, reveals some of the key participants in the assassination plot including LBJ and the CIA. Hunt mentions the shooters on the grassy knoll, but does not name specific individuals.
Robert F. Kennedy Jr. is convinced that a lone gunman wasn’t solely responsible for the assassination of his uncle, President John F. Kennedy, and said his father believed the Warren Commission report was a “shoddy piece of craftsmanship.”
Kennedy and his sister, Rory, spoke about their family while being interviewed in front of an audience by Charlie Rose at the Winspear Opera House in Dallas. The event comes as a year of observances begins for the 50th anniversary of the president’s death.
Their uncle was killed on Nov. 22, 1963, while riding in a motorcade through Dallas. Five years later, their father was assassinated in a Los Angeles hotel while celebrating his win in the California Democratic presidential primary.
Robert F. Kennedy Jr. said his father spent a year trying to come to grips with his brother’s death, reading the work of Greek philosophers, Catholic scholars, Henry David Thoreau, poets and others “trying to figure out kind of the existential implications of why a just God would allow injustice to happen of the magnitude he was seeing.”
He said his father thought the Warren Commission, which concluded Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone in killing the president, was a “shoddy piece of craftsmanship.” He said that he, too, questioned the report.
“The evidence at this point I think is very, very convincing that it was not a lone gunman,” he said, but he didn’t say what he believed may have happened.
He said his father had investigators do research into the assassination and found that phone records of Oswald and nightclub owner Jack Ruby, who killed Oswald two days after the president’s assassination, “were like an inventory” of mafia leaders the government had been investigating.
He said his father, later elected U.S. senator in New York, was “fairly convinced” that others were involved.