The New Bush/Dulles Free Trade World Order and the Assassination of JFK, December 1, 2013
Herbert L. Calhoun
On page 317, of this book, “Who Really Killed Kennedy 50 years later: Stunning new revelations about the JFK assassination,” the author, Jerome R. Corsi, summarizes the consequences of a nation willing to sit idly by and accept as a permanent fait accompli, having their elected leader shot down in cold blood, as follows:
“After fifty years of US government disinformation and deliberate stonewalling, researchers are just at the edge of discovering the truth about how and why JFK was assassinated in one of the greatest crimes in US history — a coup d’etat in which rogue groups, including the highest intelligence services in the land, conspired to remove JFK from the presidency and to place LBJ in the White House. The consequence of this conspiracy are immeasurable, if only because a group of traitors successfully flouted the constitution and got away with it.”
Corsi goes on to say that: ” … History will need to be rewritten to condemn those responsible as traitorous criminals. While prosecutions may no longer be possible simply because so many of the involved parties have already died, justice can be served by setting the historical record straight. At this late date, any attempt by the US government to withhold from the public documents pertaining to the JFK assassination should be deemed by Congress to be a continuation of the traitorous act that killed JFK.”
As reluctant as I was to engage with this author and this book, I have to confess that it is an essential point of view. The author and the “facts” as well as the “context” all require very rigorous filters, and cannot be taken at face value.
That having been said, I am one of those who was at first enthusiastic about Obama and then fell back for multiple reasons including the centrality of Dr. Bzezinski as his primary foreign policy advisor (Bzezinski is the guy who gave Pakistan the go on the Sunni nuclear bomb, and it is that, not the USA, that drives the Iranian Shi’ite nuclear program); the arrogance and unwillingess to meet in the center; the dependency on the Democratic party mafia; the one way “I talk you listen” attitude; and lastly, the gutless selection of a good but old man, Joe Biden, when curbing his insecurities and ego to select Hillary Clinton would have won it in a walk.
Below are reviews that will help put this book in context:
In my view, America must vote for the team most likely to have both the strength to force the military-industrial complex to redirect jobs and production lines from war to peace (reform CAN be job and revenue neutral from district to district) and the strength to break the backs of both party mafias and restore participatory democracy. Only you can decide the answer to that objective, but I hope you all agree it is relevant.