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Cut From A Different Mold -- RIP JFK

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by Winter Patriot | 22 November, 2006


Once upon a time, in the United States of America, there was a President who dared to fight the big oil companies, the big steel companies, the mob, the military propaganda machine, and even the CIA.


Once upon a time, in the United States of America, there was a President who was loved and admired by people all over the world, because of what he stood for, because of what he said, and because of what he did.


Once upon a time, in the United States of America, there was a President who did his best to maintain world peace, while his advisors -- as well as his opponents -- tried to lead the country into war.


As we all know, his life came to a sudden and violent end, 43 years ago today.


And every year at this time, I find myself mourning, not just for the man, but for the future; for all the possibilities that were eliminated along with the President who dared to fight for peace instead of war, who dared to stand for the people instead of the corporations, who dared to speak his mind, regardless of whether his words were likely to be well-received in the corridors of power.


But I should have stopped that long ago. In retrospect, it's quite clear that his administration could not be allowed to stand, without a fundamental power shift behind the scenes that was simply not about to happen. He had way too many powerful enemies.


At the time, we were told his death was "a senseless tragedy". But we now know exactly what it was: "state-sponsored, false-flag terrorism". I probably know more about the JFK assassination than I know about anything else. But I don't want to talk about it in this post (although I will probably speak freely in the comments!)


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Hey, I read that earlier when looking through netscape. Anyway, it's was a pretty good read, even if I already have a good idea about this false-flag event.


Oddly enough his administration (well, probably more like just JFK himself & and the joint chief of staff at the time) was against state-sponsored, false flag terrorism like Operation Northwoods (US National Securtiy Archive link here) but was a victim of it himself.....right under his own nose.


I thought about posting this.....but couldn't remember if I had a similar thread from a while ago.

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