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  1. They love the Trump agenda, the only fear they had was that Trump would be too protectionist, but the working reality is that Trump backed down from his trade war rhetoric, and they became confident any of his token tough talk involving treaties can easily be absorbed with little dislocation.They've showed their favor with world stock prices going through the roof in the "Trump" rally. The other concern they have is that Trump should stop his self destructive tweeting, and hope that no collusion with Russia can be proven so he can enact their globalist agenda. But even these allegations of Obstruction of Justice are starting to be discounted by the International business community, as there is confidence now that their agenda will continue under Mike Pence, but more particularly under the Republicans and Paul Ryan. Understood Pat, As I've said above. The acceptance among the multi national business community is not unconditional. But Trump is the most pro business President of our time. To those people this is the unparalleled opportunity of our time to push their agenda of tax cuts, deregulation, of environmental, consumer,and financial institutions, and to dismantle Obamacare and public sector entitlements. Reagan was the closest thing to this but the Democrats controlled Congress during the 8 years of his Presidency. In many ways the danger is much greater now than in the 60's in that through propaganda tools and legislative chicanery they could strip the mass of people of their future economic rights legally without firing one shot or assassinating one leader. These people are not the typical Trump voters which is typically a cult of personality that holds it's leader up to no real scrutiny. As I said above,They could abandon him in a second. As far as "hating Trumps guts", the most typical business leaders of that persuasion come from Silicon Valley, but if they can get their H-1b visas and expatriate their foreign dollars at a good rate, to use your analogy, they will pay the price of dinner, albeit snicker about him when they leave..
  2. Jim, Yeah he was my guest, for a full hour. I have the air check somewhere on cassette. It was about 1993. All the hosts of public affairs shows had to get their own guests, and I can't remember how I got him, but it was remarkably easy, to the astonishment of my colleagues.. We talked mostly world politics. The first Persian Gulf war was the last major world incident at that time, and we talked about that, but we hit upon a lot of stuff.
  3. As the great novelist and observer of history Gore Vidal once noted, those in power “don’t have to conspire, because they all think alike. The president of General Motors and the president of Chase Manhattan Bank really are not going to disagree much on anything, nor would the editor of the New York Times disagree with them. They all tend to think quite alike, otherwise they would not be in those jobs.” Vidal later said of himself, “I’m not a conspiracy theorist - I’m a conspiracy analyst.” To this Michael said: Gore Vidal said, presumably about the dark, political and "conspiratorial" events of the 1960's Wrong Michael,Maybe you should learn more about who Gore Vidal is.He made that top quote in 1980! Then at the end of the quote,Vidal says: “I’m not a conspiracy theorist - I’m a conspiracy analyst.” He made this quote in 2007! Why do you assume Vidal was talking about the 60's? Michael said, So we are not looking at the same landscape of power brokers and motives as the one which Gore Vidal describing. Oh contraire, Michael. And they've been pretty successful at it. If you personally haven't experienced it, Maybe you should read about the marginalization of the middle class that's gone on since the 1980's and get back to me. I can't imagine why you would assume that those remarks would be more fitting of the 60's than they are now, unless you're completely out of touch with now. They think alike and have the same world outlook. Those comments are as true now as ever. Explain to me with a "well built and logical argument" why they're not. He also made this quote below, not in the "dark and conspiratorial events of the 1960's" but in 2002! For those who suspect "60's dark conspiratorial events" happening then. Apparently, "conspiracy stuff" is now shorthand for unspeakable truth.
  4. Doug, This is really a great point that I've tried to make. The antagonists are not "dark and hidden" as they once were. All the multi national corporate industrialists believe the same thing no matter what their country of origin is. They love the Trump agenda, the only fear they had was that Trump would be too protectionist, but the working reality is that Trump backed down from his trade war rhetoric, and they became confident any of his token tough talk involving treaties can easily be absorbed with little dislocation.They've showed their favor with world stock prices going through the roof in the "Trump" rally. The other concern they have is that Trump should stop his self destructive tweeting, and hope that no collusion with Russia can be proven so he can enact their globalist agenda. But even these allegations of Obstruction of Justice are starting to be discounted by the International business community, as there is confidence now that their agenda will continue under Mike Pence, but more particularly under the Republicans and Paul Ryan. You can call it a "conspiracy" if you like, but it's been around all our lives, and it is a much greater problem than any "Deep State" problem involving our government and say it's military procurement, (though to a lesser degree, it is inclusive of that). If enough people were directly confronted with picking between a)holding on to their medical benefits and b)Pursuing an aggressive military presence abroad, there's no doubt that the majority would choose holding on to their benefits. These existential choices are coming to the foreground because of the potential success of the bold implementation of this same international corporate agenda.
  5. I remember when I first read this. I was surprised to learn that Chomsky had flirted with JFK Conspiracy then thought better of it. I did a radio interview once with him and would have asked if I had known.--Damn! I see it as really a dispassionate career choice. He had found a comfortable niche in making a good living and decided that he wasn't completely sure where the conspiracy tide was heading, and there was a danger that he might eventually be identified as a "wild eyed" conspiracy theorist. That and what Ramone refers to, he would be seen as indecisive and late to the party, and part of his allure to his followers was his supreme certitude.
  6. Yes, all, the questions above. Ramone, you're quite the cryptic tease. Is there any reason you could have just been forthright about this? You don't have to tell us your entire story, but since you couldn't wait, you could just tell us what you aim to do, rather than just tantalize us with clues? Plus pressuring me to have The Real Version of The Hacking Story ready for you folks. What it would appear to all of us you're doing here, is alluding to having some definitive answer about the primary hacking story dominating the current news. I'm not sure of this context specifically about the Kennedy assassination. What has Jim Di got to do with this? RMS is Richard Smallman
  7. Dave, So you're saying Dulles baited Carrico into saying he couldn't specify an entry point, by assuming the "multiple gunman throat entry" stance knowing he would be corrected by Carrico?.
  8. Dulles forgot one of the central claims of the cover-up! It certainly would seem to be a blunder, wouldn't it? However it could be simply explained by the fact that the Dulles Carrico interview was March 24, 1964, and the single bullet theory didn't become the official working WC theory until late April 1964.
  9. Michael, No standing member of the CIA was in the WC. The one member who was representing the International Industrialists /Financial interests specifically was John J. Mc Cloy. It's easy to confuse John Mc Cloy with John Mc Cone, JFK's appointed successor to Dulles. In this tape, complements of DVP and Youtube, between JFK and RFK, (starting at 1:18 to about 5:00) it appears JFK had second thoughts about his appointment, which I assume he made to try to appease resistance from the CIA after Dulles' firing. He calls him a bastard, horses ass, for derogatory public statements Mc Cone made against the administration to make the CIA look good. Later after JFK's death, Mc Cone was the one that RFK approached and asked ,"Did one of your guys do it?" and Bobby later said he believed Mc Cone's denial of any knowledge. This tape was also part of DVP's most recent archive release here. https://youtu.be/U04JoeAJOCQ
  10. I agree Cliff, this certainly goes deeper than Dulles or Angleton. The CIA at that time was really just an enforcement arm for American multi national corporate/ financial interests. But one thing worth putting on Cabot's resume that I've never heard you or anyone else ever mention on this forum is that Henry Cabot Lodge was Richard Nixon's running mate in 1960. Pretty heavy duty tickets in 1960 when you compare some of the running mates now, Mike Pence, Tim Kaine, Sarah Palin.. P.S. Hey Cliff, Today, Warriors in 17, if you know what I mean.
  11. I've been struggling for words to portray that limbo of consciousness he was in. Is there a state called "sleepsitting". Ok, Seriously I think you're probably right Dan, (sorry Dan, I first wrote Bill) it's probably the early stages of dementia. Like all of us, I'm not getting any younger. I want to be compassionate but unfortunately Mc Cain has 5 more years in his term and won't be out until 2022 when he's 85 years old.. Of course the nostalgic darling of conservatives is Reagan, who entered office at 70. His son Ron said in an interview, about 10 years later that Reagan was never the same after the failed assassination attempt on his life, which was only 3 months into his presidency in 1981. I'm not sure what his son meant by "was never the same', but Reagan never quite had a moment like Mc Cain though he did fall asleep at a number of functions as President. Reagan was officially diagnosed with Alzheimer's in 1994.Though it was kept a. secret for many years that Reagan had brain surgery after a fall from a horse while riding in Mexico in July 1989. And at that time the doctors noticed in surgery the beginning of Alzheimer's. In 1996 he was visited by his Secretary of State George Schultz who stayed for an hour, but when he left Reagan asked his wife Nancy who was he?.For the last 8 years of his life he was incapable of involved conversation and remembered very few people of his life. For the first half of that, he in public was very congenial to well wishers passing by, taking photos with them, and was pleasant in small talk but had no idea that the their attraction to him was because he had once been the most powerful man in the world. He died in 2004.
  12. Well, first off, I'm not sure we need lawyers to tell us that our President has obstructed justice.His best choice is to pursue the "dummy defense." And as usual Paul Ryan is out in front, trying to help by passing it off that Trump is "new at this President thing.". That would appear to be his only real defense because judging by Trump's age, it's not plausible for Trump to argue he was out getting high during his 8th grade civics classes. I checked. I think those Democrats who had hope for Republican Hawk John Mc Cain being the one Republican who puts Country over Party better think again, (or miraculously find a Democrat Doctor to change his meds.) In his drifting, but crochety interrogation with Comey today. He became so obsessed with (President?) Comey's depiction of his encounters with Trump as being a "Big Deal" that he assumed the whole Trump Russian hack scandal, and Trump obstruction of justice scandal and Hillary's e-mails scandal last year had glommed into one humongous big deal of an ongoing scandal, with what I think was....Hillary with her Russian spies?? and accused Comey of applying a "double standard" for separating them. Is Mc Cain losing it...or crazy like a fox? Check it out! https://youtu.be/cqwKcD5XPo8
  13. The person who made that reference to a quote was me Joe, and I found that segment, and acknowledged it wasn't Judyth directly quoting Lee.. Mea Culpa. But maybe you should listen again, as the only inaccuracy in my recollected account is that Judyth said both Ferrie and Oswald said they wanted to introduce "Sparky Rubenstien" to Judyth. JVB:They said that they wanted to introduce to me another Sparky, also a dog, who couldn't control himself. This individual's name was "Sparky Rubenstien". Is that documented enough,Joe? It is her own account. And according to her story , he did visit to check out their cancer research. Tell me Joe, in all your research, all the books you've read, or accounts of witnesses, acquaintances, Dallas cops, mafia figures, notes from researchers, have you ever heard of Jack Ruby referred to as "Sparky Rubenstien' by anyone other than Judyth Baker? That was my point. Just a bit too "inside" for me.
  14. Studying the Kennedy Assassination has become a rite of passage for many young recruits to the alt right. It appeals to their paranoid, delusional tendencies and feelings of victimization.