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  1. QUOTE (Michael Hogan @ Dec 10 2009, 02:42 AM) How do you explain this? On page 44 of MIDP: Deputy Roger Craig, also in the photo, is pictured looking at the man and the station wagon. The Hertz sign, on the top of the Book Depository, shows the time at 12:40 PM. On page 47 of MIDP: This momentary sighting also dovetails with the observation of sheriff's deputy Roger Craig, who also sees a Nash Rambler station wagon, also driven by a dark-complected man, about fifteen minutes after the shooting, heading west on Elm. I've been looking all over the Internet. Could somebody post the photo of a man resembling LHO and the station wagon -Nash Rambler? It was taken by Jim Murray, a freelance photographer, I believe. Kathy C -------------------- Biography: http://educationforum.ipbhost.com/index.php?showtopic=8819
  2. Here's a picture of the blond Oswald, photographed in Mexico. It doesn't look like Harvey or Lee. The picture, to me, depicts a slight man with a blond toupee -- like Andy Warhol used to wear. Did the Embassies really think that was real hair? I don't know who first posted this photo, but I found it in my picture archives. Does anyone know anything more about this Blond Oswald? Kathy Collins
  3. Amazon has a book on sale, Inga Aarvard. Someone here might like to read it. It costs $1.99 in Kindle format.
  4. I and the spirit of Karyn Kupcinet are in. Kathy C
  5. jimhougan.com/wordpress/?tag=Kennedy-Assassination Posts Tagged ‘Kennedy assassination’ Nixon In the Jungle Tuesday, July 19th, 2011 “Did Richard Nixon—then Citizen Nixon—jump-start the Vietnam War on a secret mission to Saigon in 1964? The following piece suggests that he may have. The following story originally appeared in the anthology, Nixon: An Oliver Stone Film, edited by Eric Hamburg (Hyperion, New York, 1995).” Richard M. Nixon 37th President of the United States It is one of the most mysterious incidents in the Vietnam War, and I can’t get it out of my mind. It was the spring of 1964, and the former Vice President of the United States, who was also the next President of the United States, Richard M. Nixon, was standing in a jungle clearing northwest of Saigon, negotiating with a man who, to all appearances, was a Vietcong lieutenant. Wearing battle fatigues “with no identification,” Nixon was flanked by military bodyguards whose mission was so secret that, when they returned to Saigon, their clothing was burned. [“Secret Nixon Vietnam Trip Reported,” New York Times, Feb. 17, 1985.] At the time, Nixon had been out of public office (though not out of politics) for more than three years. After losing the Presidential election in 1960 and the California gubernatorial race in 1962, he’d gone into private practice as an attorney with the Mudge, Rose law firm, subsiding into what amounted to an enforced retirement from the world’s stage. It’s all the more surprising, then, to find this political castoff on a secret mission in the Orient – only a few months after the Kennedy and Diem assassinations. Not that Nixon was a stranger to intrigue. On the contrary, his political career might easily be graphed as a parabola of Cold War conspiracies. As a Red-baiting congressman in the forties, he’d made the most of a lovely “photo opportunity” by uncovering stolen State Department secrets – in a Maryland pumpkin field. In the fifties, while Vice President, he’d run a stable of spooks – actually run them – in an off-the-books operation to destroy the Greek shipping tycoon, Aristotle Onassis. [Jim Hougan, Spooks (New York: Morrow, 1978), pp. 286-306. Onassis was targeted because of an agreement he’d reached with the Saudi government, monopolizing the export of oil from Saudi Arabia] In that operation, Nixon acted as a case officer to Robert Maheu (himself a linkman between the CIA and the Mafia) [Hougan, Spooks, pp. 286-300, and Donald L. Bartlett and James B. Steele, Empire (New York: Norton, 1979), pp. 282-285.] and a former Washington Post reporter named John Gerrity. Gerrity later recalled that “Nixon more or less invented the Mission Impossible speech, and he gave it to us right there, in the White House. You know the spiel, the one that begins, ‘Your assignment, gentlemen, should you choose to accept it. . . .” [Hougan’s interview with Gerrity.] Years afterward, when the Eisenhower Administration was drawing to a close, then Vice President Nixon served as the de facto focal point officer for the Administration’s plans to overthrow Fidel Castro. In that role, he was in regular contact with the CIA and with some of the darker precincts of the Pentagon. It’s fair to say, then, that Richard M. Nixon knew what he was doing when it came to covert operations – but what was he doing in the jungle in 1964? The story surfaced, briefly, some 20 years later, when the New York Times reported that Nixon, “while on a private trip to Vietnam in 1964, met secretly with the Vietcong and ransomed five American prisoners of war for bars of gold. : . .” [“Secret Nixon Vietnam Trip Reported,” p. 3.] In reporting this, the Times relied upon a report published in the catalog of a Massachusetts autograph dealer. The dealer was selling a handwritten note that Nixon had given to one of his bodyguards. The note read, “To Hollis Kimmons with appreciation for his protection for my helicopter ride in Vietnam, from Richard Nixon.” The value of the note was increased by the circumstances that generated it, circumstances that Sergeant Kimmons described in the catalog: When Nixon arrived at Ton Son Nhut Airport in Saigon, Sergeant Kimmons was assigned to security detail and was accompanying Nixon on all excursions away from the 145th Aviation Battalion where Nixon was staying. On the second day, Nixon dressed in Army fatigues with no identification and climbed aboard a helicopter with Sergeant Kimmons and a crew of four. [Fatigues typically have the owner’s last name sewn on a plaquet on the breast.] Base Ops sign at Tan Son Nhut Air Base, 1967. They proceeded to Phuoc Binh, a village northwest of Saigon, where they met with Father Wa, a go-between that arranged the exchange of the gold for U. S. prisoners. The following day, Nixon and his party departed for An Loc, a village south of Phuoc Binh, where in a clearing somewhere in this area Nixon met with a Vietcong lieutenant who established a price for the return of five U.S. prisoners. A location for the exchange was arranged and the crew departed for Saigon. Later the same day, the crew, this time without Nixon because of the extreme danger, departed for Phumi Kriek, a village across the border in Cambodia. A box loaded with gold bars so heavy it took three men to lift it on the helicopter accompanied the crew. At the exchange point, five U.S. servicemen were rustled out of the jungle accompanied by several armed soldiers. The box of gold was unloaded and checked by the Vietcong lieutenant and the exchange was made without incident. The crew and rescued prisoners immediately departed for Saigon, and they were sent to the hospital upon their arrival. Sergeant Kimmons’s mission was secret, and there were no written orders for his duty during this period. His clothes were destroyed as well as the film in his camera, and he signed an agreement not to reveal this incident for 20 years. Nixon’s note to him was hurriedly written at the conclusion of his assignment to guard Nixon on the following day. [The Times article quotes from a catalog printed by Templeton, Massachusetts, autograph dealer Paul C. Richards.] That Nixon traveled to Vietnam in 1964 is a matter of fact. He departed the United States in late March on a round-the-world trip that took him, first, to Beirut, and then to Karachi, Calcutta, Kuala Lumpur, Bangkok, and Saigon. There, he dined with the American Ambassador, Henry Cabot Lodge, who had been his running mate in the 1960 Presidential race. In the days that followed, Nixon helicoptered into the countryside, [New York Times, Apr. 3, 1964] and then continued on to Hong Kong, Manila, Taiwan, and Tokyo before returning home. [RN: The Memoirs of Richard M. Nixon (New York, Touchstone, 1990), pp. 256-258, and article sin the following editions of the New York Times, covering his trip: March 23-28, 1964; March 30-31, 1964; April 2-10, 1964; and April 16, 1964.] Nixon later wrote that the purpose of the trip was to meet with Mudge, Rose clients and foreign leaders. Contemporary reports make it obvious, however, that the real purpose of the trip was to drum up international support for what was about to become America’s massive intervention in Vietnam. [Ibid.] There is nothing in the Times’ account to suggest that the exchange of gold on April 3 was in any way relevant to the impending escalation of the war, but the possibility is an intriguing one. The Times’ article is anything but conclusive. On the contrary, it simply parrots the cover story that Sergeant Kimmons had been given, while at the same time neglecting to identify the mission’s middleman, the so-called “Father Wa.” According to the Pentagon, which kept meticulous records of American prisoners of war, the POW release that Sergeant Kimmons described could not have occurred. The few Americans in captivity in 1964 were all accounted for in 1965—and most of them were still in cages. (Even so, we needn’t rely on the Pentagon to give the lie to Nixon’s cover story. Whatever else may be said about Richard Nixon, he was a consummate politician and, if he’d risked his life to rescue American prisoners of war, we’d have heard about it – if not in 1964, then most definitely in 1968.) As for the identity of “Father Wa,” Sergeant Kimmons (and the Times) fell victim to phonetics. Far more than an anonymous interpreter, the Rev. Nguyen Loc Hoa was a legendary figure in Vietnam. A bespectacled Catholic priest whose black cassock was usually cinched with a web ammo belt and a pair of holstered .45s, he was the symbol of militant anti-Communism in the south. [Cecil Currey, Edward Lansdale: The Unquiet American (Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1988), p.220. ] Twenty years before, he’d fought a successful guerrilla war against the Japanese in China. Soon afterward, and as a colonel in the Chinese Nationalist Army, he’d battled Mao Tse Tung’s Communist insurgency. Driven from China, he and two thousand followers lived for a while in Cambodia before moving to a mangrove swamp in the Mekong Delta—where they set up a village and went to war against the Vietcong. Father Hoa’s story was told in an article that appeared in The Saturday Evening Post, a few months after President Kennedy took office. Entitled “The Report the President Wanted Published,” the piece was published under peculiar circumstances. Authored by “An American Officer” whose identity could not be made public “for professional reasons,” [An American Officer, “The Report the President Wanted Published,” Saturday Evening Post, May 20, 1961, p. 31.] the article was in fact written by Gen. Edward Lansdale, an Air Force-CIA officer whose counterinsurgency theories and practice had inspired at least two books (The Ugly American and The Quiet American). [Currey, Edward Lansdale, p. 225.] According to. Lansdale, President Kennedy personally telephoned him to ask that he arrange for publication of what, until then, had been a secret report. The article, and a follow-up piece that came out a year later, were blatant propaganda. [Don Schanche, “Father Hoa’s Little War,” Saturday Evening Post, Feb. 17, 1962. ] In sentimentalizing Father Hoa’s ferocious anti-Communism while demonizing the Vietcong, the articles did much to prepare the American public for the larger war to come. Whatever President Kennedy’s motives may have been in pushing General Lansdale to publish his secret report, Nixon’s visit to the jungle is even more mysterious. Why should a former Vice President of the United States, accompanied by a legendary guerrilla fighter with excellent ties to the CIA, dress up in battle fatigues and adopt a cover story to facilitate a journey into the Vietnamese bush? The answer, obviously, is to make a very secret deal. But if, as we’ve discovered, Nixon was engaged in something other than ransoming prisoners, what was he buying with so much gold-and who were those guys that came out of the jungle near Phumi Kriek? Recently declassified reports of the top-secret Military Assistance Command/Studies and Observations Group (MACSOG) raise the possibility that Nixon’s mission may have had to do with OPLAN 34-A. This was a covert operation to undermine the North Vietnamese by inserting “specially trained” Vietnamese commandos behind enemy lines. [“Once Commandos for U.S., Vietnamese Are Now Barred,” New York Times, Apr. 14, 1995, p.1.] The operation was run by the CIA from 1961 to 1963, and by the Pentagon from 1964 to 1967. We’re told that the activity was paid for with money the CIA had received from the U.S. Navy and then laundered offshore. [Ibid.] Since Nixon’s mission had nothing to do with prisoners of war, it seems likely indeed that the Americans who dashed from the jungle at Phumi Kriek were CIA operatives or paramilitaries. This likelihood, coupled with the large amount of untraceable gold, suggests a mission of surpassing sensitivity – which, in turn, suggests OPLAN 34-A. But what makes the incident at Phumi Kriek seem important, however, is not just the secrecy that surrounded it, or even the large amount of gold that was involved. It is, instead, the presence of Richard Nixon. Why him? What could such an outre politician have possibly brought to a covert operation in Vietnam? The answer, of course, is nothing – except his face. Which is to say, the unmistakable face of American political authority. With Richard Milhouse Nixon present at the negotiations, and with the fabled Father Hoa as his interpreter, the supposed “Vietcong lieutenant” (himself, perhaps, a MACSOG operative) would never have questioned the legitimacy of the mission on which he was being sent. He would have known that, no matter how improbable, the mission was sanctioned by the highest echelons of the American government. But what can that mission have been? With Nixon, Hoa, and Kimmons dead, one can only speculate. But it’s worth noting that four months after the meeting at Phumi Kriek, OPLAN 34-A commando raids were carried out against the North Vietnamese in the Gulf of Tonkin. Two days later, an American destroyer, the Maddox, was attacked in the Gulf by North Vietnamese patrol boats – which led, almost instantly, to American air raids on North Vietnam and the passage of the Tonkin Gulf Resolution, escalating America’s involvement in the war. In his recent mea culpa, [Robert S. McNamara, In Retrospect: The Tragedy and Lessons of Vietnam (New York: Times Books, 1995), p. 133.] former Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNamara writes that the attack on the Maddox was “so irrational” that “some believed the 34-A operations had played a role in triggering North Vietnam’s actions.” Though McNamara does not say so, his implication is clear: OPLAN 34-A operatives deliberately provoked the North Vietnamese and, in so doing, transformed “a small, out-of-the-way conflict into a full-bore war.” [“Once Commandos for the U.S. . . . ,” p. 1.] If that is what happened, it’s understandable that OPLAN 34-A operations should be so secret that their very existence was omitted from the Pentagon Papers. [This, according to Sedwick Tourison, a Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) analyst, who called OPLAN 34-A operations “the secret” of the Vietnam War (“Once Commandos for the U.S….,” p. 1). ] What’s less clear is whether or not Richard M. Nixon was directly involved in the secret funding of operations that may well have jump-started the Vietnam War.
  6. Kennedy never hid his Addison's Disease. There is a conversation on tape between JFK and some reporters. Here is the clip from January 1960 on youtube. https://youtu.be/D84+32eP8cd?+=Jm42s Kathy C
  7. JFK

    Thank you too, Barry. Kathy C
  8. I know today is the dread anniversary. I have great hope for Trump. But today is President Kennedy's day. He had a vision for this country. He wanted to change the Federal Reserve, using silver for our dollars. As soon as he died we went back to gold, which has left this country in massive debt. He wanted us to stay out of Viet Nam. Let them choose their own government. All our young men dying. For what? What good came out of it? His last day was filled with hundreds of people so happy to see him, mobbing the streets. And the surreal ending of this glory when they killed him at the end, Kind thoughts I share with everyone here. Kathy C
  9. I voted for Trump. He will have good people around him. At least he is honest. And I like that Guiliani might be Secretary of State. Guiliani cleaned up NY. It was so dangerous when Koch was in. Port Authority and the tube trains from NJ were a horror. A long time ago, Rich Dellarosa told me that there were 200 political murders during the 8 years of Clinton's reign. I found on the internet a name by name murder victim, starting, of course, with Vince Foster. About 3 or 4 days ago a well educated woman went to Haiti to look into the Clinton Foundation. She was dead the next day. I am trying to find more about it. Also a few days ago, I read on the Internet that Obama's WhiteHouse.gov birth certificate has been found to be a forgery through 5 years of forensic analysis. And that the authorities on this matter want him tried for Treason. They found another alias: Harrison J. Bonell, which he used in Chicago. We don't know who this man is. I believe he set out to destroy this country after his 2nd election. He wanted the New World Order and his personality changed when people in the audience laughed, "Did I say something funny?" Hillary, too, wanted the Western Hemisphere to have no borders. In other words New World Order. Thank God she wasn't elected. Kathy C
  10. About Barr McClennan. Dr. Walt Brown gave a good review of his book about LBJ before publication. But then something happened. Walt said that the book was entirely changed (full of lies). Walt Brown denounced the book. Walt is a historian. He's written many books about the Kennedy Assassination and was featured in "The Guilty Men." He spoke about specialists who found a fingerprint on one of the boxes in the sniper's nest November 22, 1963, left by Mac Wallace. Wallace knew LBJ since childhood and murdered people for LBJ. Kathy C
  11. Another researcher and I went to a museum in St. Petersburg, FL to see the Kennedy exhibit circa 2004. It was a holiday. They were taking down Robert White's Kennedy collection. The next day Robert White, the collector, died of a heart attack. I think he was 51. I met him at the Hudson library in Florida. He didn't seem sick to me. Here is a video about him. It lasts about 10:36 minutes. He collected stuff about many celebrities. I hope this link works. https://youtu.be./taVCdxln1jU Kathy C
  12. Yes, I was suspicious of his death, but the researcher who was with me didn't think anything of it. That exhibit was supposed to be a permanent display of Kennedy stuff and when we got there they were taking it down. Robert White passed away the next day of a heart attack. Kathy C
  13. Yes, you're right. The link worked for me. I don't know what went wrong. Kathy C
  14. I think you may be right. The man in the picture with Nixon is puny looking, as was Koethe and the man here at the swearing-in. Kathy C
  15. The person I expect it is -- possibly -- would be Jim Koethe, a newspaper man for the Dallas Herald. He was killed by a karate chop to the throat as he got out of the shower. The murder wasn't investigated because his parents were embarrassed he was gay. On the night Ruby shot Oswald, Koethe and another man were searching Ruby's apartment. Senator was there as he shared this apartment with Ruby. Koethe died in Sept. 1964. To me, it doesn't look like Ruby. Kathy C
  16. As another thread is locked, I will write here about Nazis. First I want to say that I saw a video that said Prescott Bush adopted George HW Bush. They share no resemblance except both were tall. Bush's real father was a Nazi, whom the U.S. was shielding. I have had reasons to research the Nazis, the Jews and Revisionists these past months. I am currently reading "Survival in Auschwitz" by Primo Levi. I have watched many documentaries about the Nazi camps and Hitler and his henchmen. Other books I've bought include Hunting Eichmann, Ratline, cd's of the Nazis next door, and "Post-Zionism, Post-Holocaust." In the last one the author, a Jew, names revisionists and tries to tell the public why these individuals think what they do. To me, it's wishful thinking. I believe the first revisionists were French men, Rassinier and Pierre Guillaume. They don't believe in 6 million Jews, Zyglon-B Gas, Gas chambers, and murdering droves of people, torturing others, working them to death, no winter clothes to cover their emaciated bodies. When the Americans came, General Eisenhower told the photographers to take pictures of everything. "Because a day will come when someone is going to say, 'This never happened.'" The films: I had watched them when I was a kid with my parents and my father told me Hitler was the devil. (I went to Catholic School.) A year or so later, he told me Lee Harvey Oswald was the devil. But it was another thing to watch these films as an adult. I couldn't believe the barbarity. These were fellow human beings. I saw bodies thinner than mannequins being bulldozed into mass graves. How can a human being do these terrible things? I learned that Hitler never went to the camps. He was afraid of being photographed there. And he knew what was going on there. His fellows kept in touch with him daily. I have read that the Vatican protected escaping Nazis, helping to get them to Argentina. The Vatican was a safe house. Later on the Catholics said we helped them because they, too, were anti-communists. The Americans and the Russians each took the best Nazi scientists. Some people think Hitler escaped. I have a book on that too. I heard a radio show hosted by a Black Muslim, saying terrible things about Jews. They were garbage, they're disgusting. I knew one person who hated Jews. He believed they invented mental illness so they could whine about something. I told him my favorite movie was "The Pawnbroker." Whether it was 6 million or 600 people treated like that at "extermination" camps and the Final Solution... I saw those films. I saw camps I never heard of. I believe if you're such a revisionist you're a hater of Jews. That's the motive. Maybe jealousy because Jewish people are known for making careers for themselves and are accomplished people. Jesus was a Jew. Finally, I asked A.J. Weberman, who taught the Kennedy Assassination at Columbia U and wrote a successful, impressive book about the Assassination, if the Vatican or the Catholic Church had a hand in the assassination of President Kennedy. He told me NO. I had asked him because I knew he was a Jew. I'm glad to see Len Colby is back. I found his signatures very funny. Kathy C
  17. There was a thread here about Jim Fetzer and how he seems to be losing it. That thread was closed. He now is backing the theory (or claim) that Beatle Paul McCartney was decapitated in a car crash in November. 1966 (same month and year John met Yoko). He has on the link below McCartney's real son and a "researcher." Jim Fetzer is all lit up, but the young man and the woman researcher, for lack of a better title, are seen in partial darkness through skype. Evidently it's all true, according to Jim. They have back-up documents, some partially redacted, and Dicko is the son of the first Paul McCartney. Dicko and his mother are even seen in Magical Mystery Tour, which Fetzer shows. Dicko's mother was born in 1932 and Dicko's father in 1942. Youtube is filling up with these claims. I don't believe it, but there are people who will and who do. Someone really worked hard on this. They have photos, etc. Dicko tells of meeting the other 3 Beatles when he was young. And that John was going to come forth and spill the beans but died himself. They were going to talk about Jane Asher, but they never got to it. Certain forms were signed by those who knew -- non-disclosure. It isn't said what Brian Epstein thought of all this. Below is Fetzer's show. https://youtu.be/TvtIGhh7gxI Yours Truly, Kathy C
  18. "Thank you on behalf and the group and ourselves I hope we passed the audition." Or something like that. Yes, I caught it right away, David. Thanks for the film. I never heard of it before. I'm still waiting to watch The Times and the Hours. Kathy C
  19. Hi Kath. ReThe Beatles, I tried to send you a PM but told you are not receiving any. Ray, I will empty my storage and then you can write to me. Thanks. Kathy C
  20. Let me make this clearer. This may be the problem. I only know that John Lennon's death came about while George HW Bush was Vice-President Elect. And only 2 months into the presidency Reagan was shot. I have no proof about the latter, but I believe Bush was behind it and I am not alone in this. Please go to youtube and watch the speech of Bush talking about the New World Order and another speech, I believe his State of the Union speech, where he describes it like a Utopia. But all it is is a Hitler-like view of the world, with him as leader, as well as bankers and oil barons. This was his ultimate goal. All the time he was crying during the Gulf War and puking in Japan; and basically acting like a sissy so no one would could think of him an evil man. "My father is the nicest man I ever met," said Jeb Bush during his run. That was the end of his campaign. No one agreed and Jeb came across like a little boy, saying, "My father is bigger than your father." The other deaths I mentioned -- as I write now -- I don't remember the dates. It's just that all of them died probably of homicide. Kathy C
  21. I wanted to show you a picture but I cannot do it. It comes directly from my computer and is not on a URL. I was supposed to paste using Ctrl, Command and V but I don't have Command. Believe what you want. I don't need antagonism. So I'll just ignore you and your closed mind. Kathy C
  22. So Jose Perdomo had nothing to do with Lennon's death. And the men I mentioned all died from natural causes. Read up on it. Use your head to think and not your a__. Kathy C Hunter Thompson shot himself in the head in the kitchen while on the phone with his wife and while his kids were in the other room, visiting from out of town. This is all verified. As much as I've always loved his writing, he was as nuts as a football bat, and was taken seriously by no one of any political stature. Mark David Chapman is the undisputed killer of John Lennon, and that there may be no other witness than Yoko suggests nothing else. That's a herculean leap in logic, and to further such logic with a "guess" that GHWBush (whose criminality I neither dispute, and of whose involvement with the murder of JFK i am convinced) was involved is as fantastic as the mythical Hercules. Hinckley shot Reagan. It was on live TV. It's on film. If indeed these were political moves toward a "new world order" then i'm certain that the organizers would have ensured there were no TV cameras around. Any theoretical new world order started long before GHWB became VP. And your willingness to attach the Republican (any political) party to this assertion tells me all I need to know about your objectivity. good day. Hunter Thompson's death was a mystery to his family. One son was home. Thompson lived in a wooded area. His wife was anxious about him. When she got to the store, she phoned Thompson. He was on his porch with his typewriter. His wife heard a strange noise on the phone. He went silent. She rushed home. He had shot himself, apparently. His son was home and stated he never heard a sound. I get the impression they were living in an isolated area. No noise? At the time, Thompson was extremely distressed because -- some have said -- he had attended Bohemian Grove and shot film of their killing a person as a sacrifice. It's pretty well accepted that John Lennon was killed by the FBI or CIA. His own son, Sean, said he believed this. Jose Perdomo was there that night and said to Chapman, "What did you just do?" And Chapman replied, "I just shot John Lennon," and went back to reading The Catcher in the Rye.in the dark. There's a website about this. Key in "John Lennon Dakota," as I don't remember the name of the site. And Hinckley was nuts and known to the Bushes. As a matter of fact, the Hinckley parents were going to have dinner with George Bush's son. The one who never ran for public office. Odd, isn't it? There is a speech on youtube showing George H.W. Bush telling America from the Oval Office about the New World Order and that it had already started. Please watch it. It's chilling. Kathy C
  23. I am a die hard Beatle fan. I was 8 the year they came over. Beatlemania was the most exciting time of my life. I remember the Paul Is Dead hoax. Everyone took it as a joke. I feel sorry for Paul McCartney these days when this stuff is going around and gaining followers. In the schoolyard of the school I attended in those years, a rumor would go around each week that the Beatles died in a plane crash. And there were Lyndon LaRouche's theory that the Beatles were sent over to America to capture our youth and then gradually have them taking drugs and giving kids the go ahead. Also they were sent over to get our minds off Kennedy's Assassination. I don't believe in any of these theories. Paul's alive and that's it. My purpose of bringing it up is that Fetzer, a Kennedy researcher, believes anything and everything. He's not skeptical at all. I thought a new Paul McCartney hoax was just a joke, but it's gaining strength and believers through the Internet. Kathy C
  24. So Jose Perdomo had nothing to do with Lennon's death. And the men I mentioned all died from natural causes. Read up on it. Use your head to think and not your a__. Kathy C