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The Kennedy Assanation

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Submitted by Ameer L. Hassan (United States), Jan 18, 2014 at 00:46

What most people don't know is that Lee Harvey Oswald was guided into [Cuban] Communism by FBI Special Agt. Guy Bannister before taking a trip to the old Soviet Union. Bannister worked CI.

A group of Anti-Castro Cubans trained at Camp Perry, Virginia in 1961. Sabotage and Political Assasination.

Vietnam began as a CIA covert operation that had the corporate interests of Gulf, Exxon, and Coca Cola at issue along with Michelin on the French side as Vietnam had any many rubber plantations. The "Domino Theory" threatened these interests. Ngo Dinh Diem, President of the Republic of Vietnam, was assasinated 20 days prior to Pres. Kennedy, which suggests that the two leaders had plans to end U.S. involvement in Southeast Asia.

On 22 November, 1963 Kennedy was shot in Dallas, Texas. The film shows that his head snapped backward. Anybody who knows anything about ballistics knows damned well that if you're shot from the back [Oswald's position] the head doesn't snap back. This suggests that Kennedy was shot from the front, possibly by one of the Camp Perry Cubans. ( I discount the Mob even though it had been an OSS/CIA asset since 1943 when Lucky Luciano helped the Army enter Sicily from Africa during World War II.) And then there was the so-called "Magic Bullet" that allegedly went through Kennedy and the governor of Texas. Again, anyone who knows anything about ballistics knows that such a bullet is an utter sham.

What we saw on 22 November, 1963 was a Coup De Tat and the U.S. Government INSULTED THE COLLECTIVE INTELLIGENCE OF THE AMERICAN PEOPLE. Moreover, everyone close to the Operation [Kennedy's Assassination] was killed soon after.

This was the work of CIA.


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Title Commenter Date Thread
Demurral [70 words]KephaJul 8, 2019 16:57251375
Re: Vietnam, disagree [88 words]NungmanFeb 28, 2014 01:56213476
The Kennedy Assanation [284 words]Ameer L. HassanJan 18, 2014 00:46212717
Autopsy [75 words]AlbertE.Jan 2, 2014 19:48212443
JFK [69 words]AlbertE.Jan 2, 2014 19:46212442
A Couple of Thoughts and Memories [500 words]Ron ThompsonDec 23, 2013 20:37212282
1LBJ never believed that Oswald acted alone. [186 words]
w/response from Daniel Pipes
David RobertsDec 9, 2013 00:03212080
Respecftful Disagreement on Viet Nam [55 words]Peter HerzJan 9, 2014 19:45212080
JFK and Vietnam [144 words]Keith McLennanNov 25, 2013 07:14211783
Great links. A substantative, concise addition to this difficult topic [14 words]John in MichiganNov 23, 2013 18:25211695
JFK and the Vietnam War [192 words]Harry MahnNov 23, 2013 17:38211692
That day! [67 words]RonitNov 22, 2013 22:23211676
Reflections on a possible Kennedy Assassination conspiracy [480 words]Yale ZussmanNov 22, 2013 21:52211674
1Could JFK have been killed by an accidental shot from a Secret Service gun? [229 words]
w/response from Daniel Pipes
James GuestNov 22, 2013 14:29211665
Who is the "police detective, retired?" [131 words]John in MichiganNov 26, 2013 23:10211665
3I Want To Hold Your Hand [138 words]PiedPiperNov 22, 2013 14:27211664
@PiedPiper (Saudi Arabia) [40 words]John in MichiganNov 26, 2013 22:54211664
The dangers of laying it on too thick. [103 words]David W. LincolnNov 22, 2013 13:58211662
JFK anti-communist [171 words]Keith BargerNov 22, 2013 12:25211658
Kennedy reminiscences [124 words]SigmundNov 22, 2013 12:24211657
Oswald was part of a conspiracy [220 words]SoloviewNov 22, 2013 12:06211653
When in doubt... [76 words]Doug MayfieldNov 22, 2013 11:30211651
Unfinished business [237 words]Rebecca Ellen MouldsNov 22, 2013 11:23211650
1Oswald; telekinesis [75 words]Ferreen MacIntyreNov 22, 2013 10:56211649
2Mr. Pipes: Wake-up! [454 words]John W. McGinleyNov 22, 2013 10:49211648
Kennedy Assassination in Perspective [191 words]CareyNov 22, 2013 10:36211647
disagreement re: Kennedy and Vietnam [786 words]Mendl MalkinNov 22, 2013 10:24211646

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