Friday, November 8, 2013

The Man Who Killed Kennedy

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by Morley Evans

I highly recommend to you: The Man Who Killed Kennedy by Roger Stone.

Roger Stone's treatise will give students of human behaviour a glimpse into how the world really works. Forget about your history class, civics lessons and the News. They belong on your bookshelf with Mother Goose and Aesop's Fables. Stone has had a lifetime of looking at Washington from the inside. Very few people inside ever talk. As Carlos Marcello noted: "Three people can keep a secret, as long as two of them are dead."

Here are two sample passages from The Man Who Killed Kennedy:

Stone was raising money for one of Ronald Reagan's campaigns. He met with Roy Cohn for coffee. Cohn brought a friend to meet Stone. Cohn's friend was Fat Tony Salerno, front-boss of the Genovese crime family:

Roy says we are going with Reagan, and that’s all right by me,” said Tony. Salerno said he had eschewed presidential politics since 1960 when “Jack Kennedy took our money and our votes and then fucked us.” I couldn’t resist. “Who really killed JFK?” I asked Fat Tony. “It was Carlos and LBJ” the gangster replied. “He got what was coming to him.” Cohn simply nodded his head to affirm Salerno’s claim and they both laughed.

Stone, Roger (2013-11-01). The Man Who Killed Kennedy (Kindle Locations 2878-2882). Skyhorse Publishing, Inc.. Kindle Edition. 

It is also astounding how many witnesses and those believed intimately connected to the Kennedy assassination met untimely and abnormal deaths. In his recent work, Hit List, which contextualized the many bizarre circumstances of deaths surrounding the assassination, Richard Belzer estimated that in the fourteen years following the incident, out of the approximately 1,400 witnesses, seventy have died unnaturally. [8] The odds of this happening has been mathematically calculated as 1 in 715 million trillion trillion. [9] Lyndon Johnson, as a psychopathic serial murderer, is not a pleasant topic to think about for establishment liberals who like to think of him as a belated champion of civil rights, voting rights, and a slew of Great Society programs. In fact, acknowledging the JFK assassination for what it was— a coup d’état— is discrediting to the narrative of the United States as a beacon of democracy, freedom, and justice as well as a place that is morally superior to banana republics and third-world dictatorships. Establishment conservatives, just like the liberals, choke on that bone in unison.

Stone, Roger (2013-11-01). The Man Who Killed Kennedy (Kindle Locations 6210-6217). Skyhorse Publishing, Inc.. Kindle Edition. 

Along with murdering John F. Kennedy and dozens of others:
Lyndon Baines Johnson (who set the stage for Richard Nixon who continued the War in Vietnam as others wanted and who was driven from office by the CIA when he started to look into the Kennedy Assassination) is responsible for killing almost 60,000 Americans during the War in Vietnam along with several million Vietnamese, Cambodians and Laotians while bombing them into the Stone Age. Lyndon Baines Johnson engineered the Six Day War, gave nuclear weapons to Israel and hooked Israel up to the United States Treasury and the American weapons industry AKA the "defense" industry. Lyndon Baines Johnson enacted Civil Rights legislation in a ham-fisted manner that ensured continuing race hatred. Johnson, himself — like Hoover, was a virulent racist who worked with other racists to make the Great Society that Johnson created to be his legacy.

You may not like Lyndon Baines Johnson, but historian Doris Kearns Goodwin and LBJ's many other girlfriends loved him. They must have seen something good that I have missed. Apparently Doris, who seems like a decent person, herself, has written a book. Lady Bird Johnson, Lucy Bird Johnson and Lynda Bird Johnson may have thought LBJ was okay too. Please note how many people close to LBJ had the initials "LBJ". When you read about LBJ's peculiar behaviour you will understand why some said quietly at the time, "If LBJ were not the president, he'd be in a mental hospital." You will wonder why no one reported the strange behaviour of LBJ even when thousands were rioting in the streets and LBJ was very unpopular. The press knew the truth but reported other things. That's what the press does. They lie by failing to mention things. Here's one example and there are many more:

In Flawed Giant, Dallek writes, “During a private conversation with some reporters who pressed him to explain why we were in Vietnam, Johnson lost his patience. According to Arthur Goldberg, LBJ unzipped his fly, drew out his substantial organ [which Johnson called "Jumbo"] and declared, ‘This is why!’”

Stone, Roger (2013-11-01). The Man Who Killed Kennedy (Kindle Locations 502-504). Skyhorse Publishing, Inc.. Kindle Edition.

In a letter dated October 7, 1994, she [JFK's secretary, Evelyn Lincoln] expressed her belief that the “five conspirators, in my opinion, were Lyndon B. Johnson, J. Edgar Hoover, the Mafia, the CIA, and the Cubans in Florida.” [15]

Stone, Roger (2013-11-01). The Man Who Killed Kennedy (Kindle Locations 5804-5806). Skyhorse Publishing, Inc.. Kindle Edition.

Hopefully, you will begin to wonder about the rest of our leaders and the deification that protects them — the higher up one goes, the more god-like everyone makes them. You might even consider the fact that organizations have lives and missions of their own. These can span generations and even centuries. If you begin to wonder why things are the way they are, those are the reasons.

John Fitzgerald Kennedy and his brother Robert Fitzgerald Kennedy tried to change the game. That's what you can remember about them. The people running the game didn't want that. They still do not want the game changed and the game has not changed. The game has always been world domination.

It's just that simple. Do not despair: fortunately for us peons there is something the wise guys who run everything don't know about: there really is justice here in The Big Casino and it's coming soon.


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