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« Reply #75 on: July 11, 2013, 02:21:50 pm »

What color is the sky from the windows of the Ministry of Truth

    Russ Baker sets the table quite clearly: John F. Kennedy is treated as nondescript when he was the most radical president of that century. He and his brother Robert had a broad agenda which threatened a wide array of interests: oil men, resource extraction industry, pentagon, organized crime.

    Control of the narrative by controlling the media and the textbooks and the universities cements the cover.

    Abby mentions the Justice Department, keep your friends there and everything you do is legal. Justice Department lawyers flipped off Mark Rudd’s Maoist chanters at the Nixon Counterinagural. Look at what Ramsey Clark would do in ’68.

    The Warren Commission was the Dulles Commission. Allen Dulles was the most active member, with Gerry Ford who would take over when Helms used McCord, Hunt, Sturgis, Barker et al to oust Nixon—after the deaths of two other terra cotta warriors by “heart attack” John Edgar Hoover, Lyndon Baines Johnson.

    Truth? See how “truth” fares in Eric Blair’s 1984. Is there a Big Brother. Has Oceania always been allied with Eurasia and at war with Eastasia. Does the Brotherhood under Emanuel Goldstein exist.

    We are dealing with a ruthless cabal and its control of what Russ Baker terms the narrative. Is not history written by the victors. Though the majority knows there was a conspiracy, the cabal refuses—and will always refuse—to admit it, such admission being identical to its relinquishing of power.

    The Commission came from Dean Acheson and friends (perhaps Rostow, others) per Donald Gibson. And Acheson’s daughter was married to Willian Bundy who with brother McGeorge were Dulles’ men in the Kennedy administration.

    Baker speaks to the danger posed, the years of planning.

    Was not the Bay of Pigs a provocation, to embarrass, humiliate and smear Kennedy as “a traitor”—certainly it created a small army of willing assassins waiting only for their CIA handlers’ green light—especially after leaking the efforts at demarche with Castro.

    Dulles’ history of work on behalf of powerful clients is clear. Many references among them Evica’s Arrogance, Colby & Dennett’s Thy Will Be Done—Baker mentions “resource exploiters”—it is said Kissinger advised David Rockefeller to remove Kennedy to better access the resources of Southeast Asia.

    Is not petitioning the CIA to release files absurd—the agency will never do so—the last director to speak frankly ended his life in a Kabuki canoe.

    As David suggests, the question is not will we ever know the truth.

    It is whether we will treat the purveyors of the Big Lie as we would the Long Island Railway Killer who cross examined eyewitnesses as though he weren’t a mass murderer.

    Baker incredibly wonders whether Obama will behave any differently—how is Morley faring with his attempts to get the Joannides files—any help from Obama.

    The state just built a million square foot data center in Utah. The president uses drones to murder. The drones carry the ARGUS IS camera system which can track multiple targets in an urban environment. There are intrusive security measures used at airports, and on citizens in their attempts to utilize their First Amendment rights.

    There is a return to a monarchic rule, the technology and public relations are advanced, but the song remains the same.

    We know the truth: a conspiracy, a crossfire, a cover-up, a coup d’etat.

    We discuss the details yet share that common observation.

    It is not a theory.

    It is the truth.


    We saw them do this in Chicago in '69 between the Nixon Counterinaugural and the SDS Days of Rage. This version is the year the three surveillance teams left the Giancana home and someone put one in The Man's head and six under his chin to prevent his testimony to Congress.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CcYZlRWWxO0&feature=player_embedded
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Re: Phil Dragoo Commentaries and Images
« Reply #76 on: July 11, 2013, 02:22:47 pm »


Phil's note:  In the 1950 book by Eric Blair calling himself George Orwell (1984)

the TWO MINUTE HATE! was a daily ritual in front of the telescreen

The traitor du jour was denounced in vile and provocative redundancy

until the little subjects screamed at the screen and shook their fists

So it is with Edward Snowden whose only crime as I see it

is to tell us little people what we suspected

and what the "enemy" knew long, long ago.

The government is watching you--

--it won't stop the 9-11 attack,

but it will stop the domestic enemies of the regime.

Where the fear and the satellite drone

Where never is heard

a discouraging word--

for if there be one,

he'll be pursued from Hong Kong to Iceland to Ecuador--

Of course he's found immediately--

"Osama bin Laden"?

Hah! 
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« Reply #77 on: July 11, 2013, 02:34:27 pm »
The Assassination/Those who read redacted documents lie.

This is an amazingly perceptive man. (ROBERT K. TANENBAUM)

How could Brennan describe the height of a man whose face was all he saw.

How could the description Brennan gave to the Secret Service after the description broadcast be the basis for that description.

How can Specter say he had a strong case when he had no evidence.

Well, Specter said he wasn't preparing for a trial--then, asks Tanenbaum, what was he preparing for.

Phillips lied about the destruction of the CIA photo of Oswald, and Hoover knew, but did not care, as Dulles said.

We have evidence Oswald is a contract agent for the CIA and FBI, but Dulles interrupted that it would never be verified.

And Warren was shocked.

Tannenbaum points to McNamara's lie about the Tonkin Gulf incident ("nothing"), how it led to fifty thousand killed, five hundred thousand wounded

including the dual amputee son of Chesty Puller.

Twyman found McNamara at first frank, then nonresponsive.

Congress turned off life support for the HSCA. Blakey was CIA's lap dog.

Sprague and Tannenbaum and Wecht and Fonzi and Lopez and Hardway--now that would have let justice be done

though Langley and the Pentagon and so many nabobs and moguls fall.
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« Reply #78 on: July 11, 2013, 03:21:19 pm »
The Assassination/League of Scoundrels

    Howard Hunt with Jean Rene Marie Souetre in Madrid in April-May 1963.

    Shaw to Banister to Gatlin to OAS; Gatlin skydives.

    Davis gets 7700 volts.

    Fensterwald files this marvelous document the year after Tosh Plumlee sent the photo diagrammed with white-out.

    DeGaulle succinct: The police did what they had to do. A trial would have been unthinkable.

    Thirty attempts, a number with assistance financial and otherwise from those rascally rogues of the CIA.

    Howard Hunt was at a Chinese grocery; Souetre-Mertz-Roux were there, too.


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« Reply #79 on: July 11, 2013, 09:10:41 pm »
Subject: Suspicions Growing Over Death of Journalist

"What has been revealed as a result of some research at universities is that it's relatively easy to hack your way into the control system of a car, and to do such things as cause acceleration when the driver doesn't want acceleration, to throw on the brakes when the driver doesn't want the brakes on, to launch an air bag," Clarke continued. "You can do some really highly destructive things now, through hacking a car, and it's not that hard.... So if there were a cyber-attack on the car — and I'm not saying there was — I think whoever did it would probably get away with it."

Phil's note:  Yes.  An auto tech posted online the diagnostic tool he uses which does precisely the overriding described.

Hacking?  NSA?  CIA?  And we are shocked, shocked.

There is no gambling in this establishment.

http://www.thenewamerican.com/usnews/crime/item/15929-journalist-probing-nsa-and-cia-abuses-dies-in-mysterious-crashhttp://

We note this is the John Birch Society. . .yet the facts are outre sans political analysis:

Military officials, meanwhile, told Dvorak that the fire was “extremely hot” and “not something we normally see,” the reporter continued. The fact that the engine was between 150 and 250 feet behind the car was also strange, according to university physics professors she spoke with — it should have been in front, if anything. Another interesting fact highlighted in the report: There were no skid marks at the accident scene.

Mercedes, she added, insists that their cars do not blow up. In fact, the company has a reputation for building some of the safest cars in the world, but Mercedes has not yet been contacted by authorities, according to a statement. Citing a 2010 study from a California university, Dvorak also noted that it is possible to “hack into the car system and operate the accelerator, the brakes, windshield wipers, light, steering,” and more using a simple iPad.

And we note the author cites Breitbart and Gary Webb.  Technical Services just keeps getting better and better.
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« Reply #80 on: July 26, 2013, 01:39:33 pm »

Enemy of the Truth: Myths, Forensics, and the Kennedy Assassination / The South Knoll

The smoke and smell of gunpowder, the sound of shots and commotion behind the fence, all occurred at the Grassy Knoll.  The majority of witnesses said the shots came from there, and a crowd, led by police, ran there, only to be told by "Secret Service" there was nothing to see.

The Potemkin Sniper's Nest had no Lee Oswald, and its boxes were moved after the shots were fired, the weapon planted, the shells arranged.

Omitted for a half century was a position in line with Elm Street at the key shot positions, the South Knoll.

Robert "Tosh" Plumlee was present there, with Sergio, on an "abort" mission.  In 1981, Plumlee, a CIA contract pilot, sent Bud Fensterwald a photo with a "possible" South Knoll trajectory.

After the shots, Tosh and Sergio ran up the South Knoll, crossed the tracks, slid down the other side to their arriving ride to a safe house prior to a rendezvous at one of the airports for extraction.

Anthony DeFiore has created a 308-page analysis establishing the throat shot from the South Knoll at Z-225 which pierced the windshield.  Shrapnel holes which may have been from glass shards from this shot were filled by Thom Robinson, who filled the small hole at the right temple.

Doug Weldon interviewed George Whitaker, Sr., a Ford glass plant manager who witnessed the manufacture of replacement windshield(s) November 25.

Sherry Fiester using wound trajectory and head placement on a Dealey Plaza map selects the South Knoll to the exclusion of other sites as the source for the head shot at Z-313.

Rolando Cubela asked Des FitzGerald and Nestor Sanchez for a silenced FAL sniper rifle allegedly to kill Castro on October 29.

Such a weapon would have a semiautomatic capability allowing a throat shot at Z-225 and a head shot at Z-313 without cycling a bolt requiring target reacquisition.

William Harvey had been tasked by Richard Helms to set up the ZR-RIFLE program.

The Mongoose may have had plausible denial.

The plot collaborated upon by Allen Dulles and E. Howard Hunt beginning November 1961 may have had its denouement two years hence

The Craft of Intelligence may in fact be a wilderness of mirrors

Angleton stole the line from Eliot's Gerontion

Angleton the self-styled associate of other "world's greatest liars" bound for hell.

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« Reply #81 on: July 26, 2013, 01:41:41 pm »
Enemy of the Truth: Myths, Forensics, and the Kennedy Assassination / Z-225: Anthony DeFiore and the Throat Shot

Kelly

You will find the South Knoll source addressed in the large analysis by Anthony DeFiore, which he freely sends to interested researchers who contact him through his blog site:  http://jfkthefrontshot.blogspot.com/2013/05/the-front-shot-at-jfk-that-hit-him-in.html

I find DeFiore's throat shot at Z-225 to be compatible with Sherry Fiester's head shot at Z-313, both by a sniper with a weapon such as that requested by Rolando Cubela from Des FitzGerald and Nestor Sanchez, a silenced FAL in 7.62x51mm NATO: http://www.militaryfactory.com/smallarms/detail.asp?smallarms_id=41
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« Reply #82 on: July 26, 2013, 01:44:36 pm »
Martin Luther King Jr. 1929 - 1968 / Orders to Kill, indeed

TLR

I have William F. Pepper, Orders to Kill, as well as Harold Weisberg, Frame-Up, and Mark Lane and Dick Gregory, Code Name Zorro.

The presence of Marrell McCullough in the lot of the Lorraine Motel when the kill shot struck King is a tie-in to the post by Eduardo you find significant.  McCullough the undercover police officer was working for FBI COINTELPRO against the Invaders and probably King, later for the CIA.

Blakey dismissed Ray's accounts of Raoul, as we would expect of the Agency lapdog who replaced Sprague.

Sirhan an obvious product of a model psychosis created by amphetamine or microwaves, the MK ULTRA program of Sidney Gottlieb.

Ray couldn't have fired the shot had he wanted to: the obstructing overgrowth was only removed by Memphis Sanitation the following day.

The presence of Jesse Jackson has always been as important as the actions of Louis Farakan to incite the killing of Malcolm.

The FBI placed a mole in the Nation of Islam in 1951 to undermine Malcolm.  His assassination was after he left a son who would be of great historic significance.

Both King and Malcolm were completely unlike the Farakan-Jackson model, a model which the totalitarians find quite useful.

Nothing so thwarts their machinations as free men with full command of powerful ideas more potent than weapons.

That Pepper now defends Sirhan is good, moving from the sham of April to the sham of June in the year of the LBJ surrender to the Nixon ascension.
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« Reply #83 on: July 26, 2013, 01:47:00 pm »

Martin Luther King Jr. 1929 - 1968 / Re: Resources

http://www.amazon.com/books/dp/1561711314

Researcher Philip Melanson has written that Ray used aliases which matched actual people living in Montreal, and began using those aliases before he first arrived there during his pre-assassination travels: "four of the five aliases used by Ray in the nine months preceding the crime were real Canadians who lived in close proximity to each other." These people - Eric S. Galt, Raymond George Sneyd, Paul E. Bridgeman - all lived within a couple of miles of each other in Toronto, and all looked very similar to Ray. Galt and Willard, another Toronto resident whose name Ray used, both had scars on the right side of their faces, as Ray did. Though Ray had used aliases throughout his criminal career, there is no evidence Ray had been to Toronto prior to fleeing there after the King murder, and no explanation for how he came to use these particular names.

http://www.maryferrell.org/wiki/index.php/Martin_Luther_King_Assassination

Melanson and Klaber wrote the excellent Shadow Play on the RFK Assassination

http://www.amazon.com/Shadow-Play-Kennedy-Failure-American/dp/0312153988
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« Reply #84 on: July 26, 2013, 01:49:08 pm »

John F. Kennedy 1917 - 1963 / Tapestry or maelstrom

Regarding Cuba, it was a surprise when Kennedy won.  With Nixon an invasion would have ensued.  Had it been immediate it might have been successful.  Were it delayed until 1962 it would have resulted in a nuclear exchange and devastation.  The Kennedy Tapes and One Minute to Midnight are useful.

Despite E. Howard Hunt's bleatings in Give Us This Day, 1973, Kennedy did not withdraw air support and use of ground troops was never on the table.  This is why I see Bay of Pigs as CIA's provocation leading to Kennedy's assassination.  1500 passionate irregulars were chopped up by Castro's T-33 jets with their multiple .50 cal. guns and his ten thousand troops--plus there was no general uprising.

In Unspeakable we see Lodge's defiance during the Diem-Nhu coup.  Lodge would behave curiously on the cabinet junket, using quarters in the Hilton payphone rather than the military patch. 

In fact Dulles and Dulles had been running the world for decades.  In Evica Arrogance we see Allen in Switzerland the day the Germans sent Lenin to Petersburg to remove pressure on the Eastern front.  By 1930 Allen was pooh-poohing Hitler's rise and securing a US loan for Germany.

The crew which ran OSS likely cooperated with the Russians to take out Patton in December 1945 (Robert Wilcox, Target: Patton) in order that the Cold War continue.  The National Security Acts of 1947 and 1949 simply showed Truman representing the temporary occupants of the White House were no match for the shadow state.

Piper tried to blame it all on Israel and Mossad.  It's unlikely Kennedy proved an existential threat and the Jews are not stupid.

The general thrust of Kennedy's policy is presented in Donald Gibson, Battling Wall Street: The Kennedy Presidency, and the business model of the resource exploiters who despised his postcolonial support of nationalism and self-determination are laid bare in Thy Will Be Done: The Conquest of the Amazon: Nelson Rockefeller and Evangelism in the Age of Oil by Gerard Colby and Charlotte Dennett.

His secret negotiations with Khrushchev and Castro and his American University speech of June 1963 added to the growing hatred of him by the military-intelligence establishment from Bay of Pigs through Missile Crisis. 

It is likely when Dulles called in Hunt November 1961 it was to write a grand work of intelligence but not The Craft of Intelligence, that being a plausible denial.

Hoover and Johnson and the American mafia are false sponsors and facilitators.  They had their vulnerabilities and their visceral hatred and were useful but not prime movers.

The CIA and its permutations serve as the sword and the shield for the cabal, the unseen center of power which is above partisan and national and religious and cultural divisions.

Gladio was said by Sibel Edmonds to have originated in the mind of Allen Dulles.

He infamously snorted, near his death, "that little Kennedy. . .he thought he was a god"

The grasp of power and its covert use continues; the JFK assassination being but one event in the Century of the Fed.

It is a Rosetta Stone for the lingua potentia, the language of power.

Surely the principles have been refined from Genghis Khan and Attila the Hun through the godfathers of the American milint establishment those who cavorted in the drag of Nazis.

China's millenia of warlordism give us Sun Tzu still studied.

The house has many rooms; James claims he wasn't privy--but he was among, he said, the world's greatest liars.

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