Wednesday, November 20, 2013

UPDATED: JFK Assassination 50th Anniversary - The "What If's?" and the "What Now's?"

UDATED:  July 24, 2015 Here is a recent blog report about the kingpin of the JFK assassination, James Jesus Angleton.

This is the last post of a four part series focusing on the assassination of John F. Kennedy on November 22, 1963.  I've had a long time to think about what happened to John F. Kennedy--fifty years.  During that time, I've evolved through all the stages of grief, I think.  All the stages except acceptance.  I don't think it is healthy to accept that a man was murdered and another man was framed for it..and there was no justice for the survivors in either case.  I don't think that's healthy for an individual or (especially) for a nation.  Here is a link to the main perpetrator of Kennedy's assassination.

So I may never reach closure for the Kennedy assassination.  In fact, piled on top of all the hideous crimes that have followed in the US...the Vietnam War, the assassinations of Malcolm X, Martin Luther King, Robert Kennedy, John F. Kennedy Jr. and lastly, 9/11....all, in my opinion, done by the same cabal.  No, I will not be having closure soon.

There has been some respite to the grief, however:  the at times dangerous, hard, relentless research done by the thousands of private investigators into all the above crimes is an assurance that, as Martin Luther King Jr. said:  “The arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends towards justice.  I have included many links to these researchers in these posts.

What would our world be like if John F. Kennedy had not been assassinated?  It is difficult to say.  Knowing his upbringing as intimately as I do...having been brought up in a very similar fashion, by a very similar mother, I can suggest that JFK would have become more and more determined to seek out moral values as the remedies to the world's woe's.  If he had survived, the US may have devoted it's wealth towards the environment--instead of napalm in the forests of Vietnam.  We would not have "Gone to the Moon", I don't believe in that farce But we may have found solutions to the energy needs of the world--like solar power--that would have avoided environmental degradation and wars.

Israel would not have got the bomb (leading to endless ME wars) and the Federal Reserve would not have bankrupted the US.  The youth of the US would not have become cannon fodder in perpetual wars for the globalists.  So many little time...just 1000 days... was all JFK had as president...yet his defining legacy is that he identified and "named" most, if not all, the ills that have beset the US for decades since.  All I can say is....the world would have been a VERY different place if Kennedy had not been murdered than it is today...and, I believe, for the better.

Why does it still matter?  Because the cabal that killed Kennedy is still doing their evil on this planet...and until we solve the murder of November 22, 1963 and all the other assassinations...and 9/11...these beasts will still have their fangs sunk deeply into the jugular of humanity.  Enough, I say.  Enough!!!


JFK and JFK Jr.  Both assassinated by the same cabal of murderers 

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