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  1. Souetre picture 632-796

    ID mr Papich please
  2. Cheese

    “There are multiple researchers and more inquisitive people than I that should confer their important observations on the most important subjects coming to light recently and (possibly) in the near future. “ ???
  3. Veciana and the CIA

    Parnell: 'As Morley says, two CIA employees did indeed say that they thought Phillips used the name Bishop. However, both later recanted. In a HSCA deposition, former CIA director John McCone stated that he thought that a Maurice Bishop had worked for the agency. [8] However, just over a month later in a letter from the CIA’s office of Legislative Council, McCone recanted.'[9] So where should we put the weight, on the original statement or the recantation? Just because somebody recants does not mean the original assertion was untrue. After all, 30 years after the assassination, in Posner's book, some of the Parkland doctors disavowed their November 22, 1963 assertions regarding the JFK head wound. And we all know what nonsense that was. As a matter of fact, original statements are usually given freely, and we may surmise that a later about-face could very well be the result of intimidation or coercion.
  4. Two Princes and a King

    Thanks for your response, Jim. I can see now why you think it's an angle that should be explored more thoroughly. Enjoyed your thoughtful review of Savastano's book.
  5. Two Princes and a King

    In your review of Savastano's Robert Kennedy section, you say that he gives short shrift to the 'girl in the polkadot dress' angle. I'm not at all sure that this angle merits much attention. I could never fathom why a woman, complicit in the shooting, would have been running away shouting, ''We shot him! We shot him!” It always seemed more likely to me that this woman was simply frightened and shouted, 'They shot him! They shot him!' Also, yelling that 'We shot him!' would of course irrationally call attention to herself. Her purportedly demonstrative physical and vocal exhibitions certainly do not seem like something a member of what seems to be a fairly professional and sophisticated hit would be inclined to do.
  6. Jefferson Morley starts a new job on Monday

    'Trump is openly contemptuous of the intelligence agencies that any commander in chief must rely on to make decisions.' The only stance he's taken that has any merit.
  7. 'The Nation's duplicity'

    The following pull-out gem is from a Dec. 17 article in "The Nation" titled "Why Are the Media Taking the CIA’s Hacking Claims at Face Value?" by James Carden: "In 1977, Carl Bernstein published an exposé of a CIA program known as Operation Mockingbird, a covert program involving, according to Bernstein, 'more than 400 American journalists who in the past 25 years have secretly carried out assignments for the Central Intelligence Agency.' Bernstein found that in 'many instances' CIA documents revealed that 'journalists were engaged to perform tasks for the CIA with the consent of the managements of America’s leading news organizations.'” Carden conspicuously omitted any mention of Max Holland of the magazine's editorial board who has been published by journals run by the CIA and also has appeared on the CIA's website. https://www.thenation.com/article/why-are-the-media-taking-the-cias-hacking-claims-at-face-value/
  8. Mort Sahl 1970 Interview

    'red fiend" -- typo nevertheless describes what many thought he was.
  9. The1975 CBS Special

    "I urge all serious JFK students to download this 4 part program & make safety copies." What is the procedure for doing this? Thanks
  10. Ray McGovern (former-CIA) Interview

    Scott: "People like Jim, still hasn't rebut the original origin of the debate we had at Deep Politics as pointed out [in this thread], altas, just ignored, as my memory severs me well, and people like Jim's doesn't." This is a perfect example of why so many members are scratching their heads while trying to figure out what you are saying. Clear writing -- especially expository writing -- should not be a haphazard, slapdash endeavor. Clear writing requires clear thinking. Do you re-read your posts? George Orwell said 'The great enemy of clear language is insincerity. . .' I don't think you are insincere, and I'm sure most members would agree, but you risk the possibility of being considered superficial and possibly insincere by continuing to let your emotions override your intellect.
  11. Tom Neal: "That's a good thought, Mark. But their goal is to convince the public it's the TRUTH." So true, the grandees' shills are relentless . . keep disgorging the big lie.
  12. neato quote from Peter Dale Scott

    Who is this "Bartholomew"??
  13. OK how about a real jump ?

    Steven, is this a follow up to a thread that I missed? I don't know who these people — DeMoh and Wolf — are. Please elucidate. Thanks
  14. US, Constitution

    Isn't this a bit off-genre?
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