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Paul Trejo

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    Hegelian Philosophy, World Theology, World Music, JFK Research into Ex-General Walker

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  1. New Book!

    Ernie, I believe it's obvious to most of us here that the FBI filing system was properly suspended for the JFK assassination records -- for obvious reasons. THEREFORE -- nobody knows the final result at this point. It ain't over until the fat lady sings. Regards, --Paul Trejo
  2. New Book!

    Umm, yes, correct, Ernie. July and not January. Regards, --Paul Trejo
  3. Did the Dallas Radical Right kill JFK?

    Paul B., The US System was supposed to work. The Secret Service PRS (Protective Research Service) had the policy/duty to contact the local FBI in each city to inquire about dangerous individuals in each city. It was the duty of Dallas FBI agent James Hosty to provide the PRS with the names of General Walker (and Robert Alan Surrey). James Hosty failed to uphold his duty. The PRS took Hosty at his word, and so just shipped JFK into Dallas. The US System would have worked -- had James Hosty not fallen into the clutches of General Walker himself -- the very person that he was supposed to be monitoring in Dallas. How do we know that Walker was Job #1 for Hosty? Because James Hosty himself says this on page 4 of his book, Assignment Oswald (1996). A more correct title of the book would have been, Assignment Walker. Regards, --Paul Trejo
  4. Did the Dallas Radical Right kill JFK?

    Paul B., I cite the John Birch Society publication, American Opinion. Let anybody who is already familiar with that publication take notice. If you're not familiar with that publication -- well, that explains so much. Regards, --Paul Trejo
  5. New Book!

    Ernie, Last January, when the first batch was released, containing 3,310 documents, there were 1,317 documents labeled "FBI" as their source. The CIA documents had a condition where 99% had titles -- and one could clearly see their focus on Cuba and Cubans in this light. The situation was the opposite for the FBI -- the FBI documents had a condition where 99% HAD NO TITLES AT ALL. This was an amazing result, which raised lots of eyebrows. An independent researcher, whose name I am not currently at liberty to divulge --- began to privately scan them -- and to our astonishment they were largely citations of the Radical Right in the USA. Could he be mistaken? Let us wait and see. The fat lady has not yet sung her swan song. Regards, --Paul Trejo
  6. Stephanie Goldberg

    Sounds intriguing, Stephanie. So, let me tell you my CT, briefly. The Dallas Police played a central role in both the deaths of JFK and Lee Harvey Oswald, and their leadership was the Radical Right politics of Dallas, centered most likely in the John Birch Society fanatics, the armed militia of Minutemen who attended them, and a resigned US General, Edwin Walker, whom some Texas had dreamed would be US President someday -- until JFK and RFK sent him to an insane asylum in late 1962. In 2015 a 900-page book was published by Jeff Caufield about this CT, entitled, General Walker and the Murder of President Kennedy: the Extensive New Evidence of a Radical Right Conspiracy. It's very different from anything we've ever heard from Mark Lane, Jim Garrison, Sylvia Meagher, Harold Weisberg, Ed Epstein, Penn Jones Jr., Dick Russell, John Newman, David Lifton, Fletcher Prouty, Robert Groden or Jim Marrs. I'm intrigued, now -- I want to hear your CT. Maybe Walker is your elephant. Regards, --Paul Trejo
  7. Did the Dallas Radical Right kill JFK?

    General Walker met lady Diem in Dallas after her husband's murder. Walker blamed the "Communists" in Washington DC for this death, since of course they were working against the cause of American Freedom. For General Walker -- as for the JBS and Revilo P. Oliver -- the Rockefellers were the leaders of the Communists. Of course Allen Dulles was a Communist, since the whole CIA was working with the KGB on a close basis. The John Birch Society was tracking every single move of the Eastern Establishment. Their early work probably informs every left-leaning narrative (and CT) to this very day. Regards, --Paul Trejo
  8. Stephanie Goldberg

    Hi Stephanie, What's your theory? Regards, --Paul Trejo
  9. Did the Dallas Radical Right kill JFK?

    Mathias, The HSCA was not 'sabotaged' at all. The HSCA knew from the start that they could not see the thousands of JFK documents hidden away by US Supreme Court Chief Justice Earl Warren -- and LBJ -- without a Presidential approval. It was not in the interest of Jimmy Carter -- during the Cold War -- to release those documents. Therefore, the HSCA had to struggle under the same burden as the rest of America -- "you can think what you want, but you can't see the crucial JFK documents." It wasn't sabotage. It's was US Domestic Policy about the JFK Records. Only a President could change that Policy. In 1992, President GHW Bush changed that US Policy with the JFK Record Act. He said that in 25 years all the JFK Records would be released. Well, that deadline comes due in only eight days from this writing. Regards, --Paul Trejo
  10. Did the Dallas Radical Right kill JFK?

    The tendency to blame the "Eastern Establishment" was a 1950's ploy by the Radical Right, and exploited by the John Birch Society. After McCarthy and J. Edgar Hoover fully decimated Marxism in the USA, the US Left-wing has had no choice but to borrow their ideology from some other small-businessman's idiotic movement -- and the John Birch Society was closest to hand. The tendency to refrain from pinpointing the Radical Right in the JFK assassination -- even from Left-wingers -- still comes from the Radical Right. One of the first people to blame the CIA for the JFK assassination was Revilo P. Oliver of the John Birch Society, which he did in 1964 in his Warren Commission testimony. The Radical Right still lives on today -- both in Charlottesville and in the CIA-did-it CTers. Regards, --Paul Trejo
  11. New Book!

    Ernie, There are so many thousands of records released under the JFK Records Act -- due to expire in only 8 more days -- that it is absurd to imagine that scholars already know what is contained in them. Besides that -- there are so many countless thousands of FBI documents pertaining to the Radical Right in 1963-1964 that have not yet been fully explored -- mainly because for the past half-century JFK CTers have been looking *anywhere except* the Radical Right for a solution to the JFK mysteries. There is still a ton of work to be done. It ain't over until the fat lady sings. Regards, --Paul Trejo
  12. New Book!

    Well, that's right Ernie. I have pledged on this very Forum that if the JFK Records Act of 1992 -- which will be fulfilled this month -- fails to uphold my Radical Right CT of the JFK assassination, that I will publicly apologize to the Forum readers for more than five years of errors on this distinguished Forum. HOWEVER -- what have we see so far in these recent NARA releases? Is it not a disproportionate number of FBI records about the Radical Right? Excuse me -- but it seem as though my CT is getting warmer -- not colder! Regards, --Paul Trejo
  13. Did the Dallas Radical Right kill JFK?

    Paul B., I never ignore challenges to my CT. I've been answering you for over five years on this Forum. You just don't listen. I'm developing a new theory about people who refuse to talk about the Radical Right CT -- despite its many strong points -- I call it "Psychological Denial." The US readership for the past half-century has been in "Psychological Denial" over the strongest likelihood that the Dallas Police killed JFK and Lee Harvey Oswald. People don't want to look at the data. People don't even want to think about it. If somebody proposes it -- people will work for YEARS to try to shut them down. No matter how much strong data is offered. Jason has offered new FBI data on this very thread -- data that wasn't even shown by Jeff Caufield in his 900-page book on the topic. It just goes right over your head. People keep bouncing back to some CIA-did-it scenario, or Pentagon-did-it scenario, or LBJ-did-it scenario, or Deep Politics scenario -- ANYTHING but look at the actual data square in the face. It's clearly a case of "Psychological Denial." Regards, --Paul Trejo
  14. Did the Dallas Radical Right kill JFK?

    George, I agree that the JFK autopsy at Bethesda Naval Hospital was faked. I agree with almost everything that David Lifton has written about it in the past 37 years -- except one thing. I deny that it was planned months in advance. The best evidence that the JFK autopsy was a rush job -- conceived only hours in advance, was that it was so sloppy that the photographic evidence -- and JFK's brain -- had to be hidden from the Warren Commission. Therefore -- the JFK autopsy is part of the Cover-up Team, which was born only after the FBI realized that the Radical Right in Dallas had killed JFK. That explains it rationally -- without inventing cloak-and-dagger scenarios -- or Deep Politics. Regards, --Paul Trejo
  15. Did the Dallas Radical Right kill JFK?

    Mathias, The following is my opinion. There is no way that the JFK plot had to be bigger than the Dallas Radical Right. I believe you are selling the Dallas Far Right too short. They had almost no opposition in Dallas. The lines I draw between the Radical Right and the US Government are very clear and reasonable. They exist. The Radical Right hates the US Government and wants to destroy it. That's their very definition. For the Radical Right, the US Government is controlled by the Enemy (however a given sect defines Enemy: Communists, Jews, World Bankers, etc.) (By the way, the reason I use the term, Radical Right, is because Jeff Caufield uses that term -- correctly.) When you say that the JFK assassination was "a big and sophisticated operation" you must mean far more than the sneak, guerilla attack of Dealey Plaza. That only took a few seconds and a few dozen people. It was tiny. So, you must mean the JFK Cover-up, which took hundreds of people, coordinated over all the USA for many months. However, I have carefully separated the JFK Cover-up Team from the JFK Kill Team. I have shown how the JFK Cover-up Team did in fact consist of the US Government, led by J. Edgar Hoover and the FBI. The JFK Kill Team killed JFK in Dealey Plaza and tried to use Lee Harvey Oswald to blame the Communists for the assassination, to inspire the USA to invade Cuba and take it back from the Communists. The US Government, on the other hand, blamed Lee Harvey Oswald alone as the Lone Nut, to calm America down, and to undermine the Radical Right. It worked. As for any connection between the sly, political fox, LBJ, and the life-time, closeted homosexual, Edwin Walker, there could never be any connection. LBJ was a genius (in domestic politics, not in international politics) while Edwin Walker graduated at the bottom of his class. LBJ loved the USA, while Edwin Walker wanted a racial war in the USA so that he could get revenge for his failed life. Edwin Walker's reading material was almost entirely magazines -- for his entire life. The only books he ever read were military ballistic manuals. He was brilliant (or at least supremely well-trained) in military maneuvers. We continually forget that Walker was a lifetime, seasoned, US Army veteran. Give him the proper credit -- and voila! -- you have Dealey Plaza. Regards, --Paul Trejo
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