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  1. Please buy this book, read it, and review it on Amazon. I'm sorry I don't know where else to beg. That an American citizen has to plead on a UK based forum is indicative of the reason for my post. I know there are two other threads on the forum relating to it regarding it's lack of attention by the Main Stream Media and the CIA. Both extremely important aspects. But the book is so much more than that. It is History told Truthfully with the importance of morality and purpose intertwined. Once again I'm sorry, I'm gushing. Having a bit of an epiphany. But the book is important. And it's being suppressed. The name Kennedy has the power to draw attention to the subjects of current relevant events that the subjects discussed in it relate to. From the environment to dictators. It is an opportunity to reach a populace deprived of information needed to make informed interpretation of the world as we know it today. But exposure is needed, once again, please, buy and read it for yourself. Just the people here on the forum can make a difference. There are currently 26 reviews on amazon. But every one of them 5 star. Several more gushing than I. If 26 more people on the forum besides Lisa Pease and I bought the book, read it, and reviewed it that would be doubled. Not much, but a start. I'm buying copies for family, friend's, a few co workers and a staunch Republican, friend, I owe (not monetarily) and respect. I have faith the book will help spread a message in the long term. pg. 327. RE, RFK's opposition to the Vietnam War, early 1968. "The example of Nazi Germany haunted him. What made us so sure we were different from the Germans? At dinner he reminded us that Germany had been the best educated, most culturally advanced, most tolerant, most democratic nation in Europe when it's people elected Hitler as their chancellor." https://www.amazon.com/dp/0060848340?_encoding=UTF8&isInIframe=0&n=283155&ref_=dp_proddesc_0&s=books&showDetailProductDesc=1#product-description_feature_div https://www.amazon.com/American-Values-Lessons-Learned-Family/product-reviews/0060848340/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_show_all_btm?ie=UTF8&reviewerType=all_reviews https://www.amazon.com/gp/customer-reviews/RIXWMU6Y4LRUP/ref=cm_cr_othr_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=0060848340
  2. Slip. My apologies to Mr. Hancock, who has often been helpful and always courteous. Football season is starting, I probably heard it recently. Since there's no way to get the egg off my face, that's my story and I'm sticking to it. Though I've not read it yet I'd bet Mr. Kennedy appreciates your review since he relies on your words at points.
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    1963 Box

    Is it maybe a Thunderbox? https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=humble+pie+thunderbox&view=detail&mid=1512031A49F56E5D4B7E1512031A49F56E5D4B7E&FORM=VIRE
  4. Paul, hopefully your comments will stimulate a few more members on the forum to read the book on their own. The only other way I know to promote it are the amazon reviews which are still shockingly and pitifully few with many shallow but all still positive. I wish mine had been more eloquent and maybe a little more detailed (under Ronnie Wayne). If you've not done so please leave a kind word or two there. My hope at one time was that a few people with greater weight to their name might do so, from Jim, Joseph McBride, Larry Hancock and others. What the heck, maybe Oliver Stone or Jimmy Carter (I know he didn't like Ted for running against him). You may say I'm a dreamer, but I'm not the only one... While the family insights and antidotes were fascinating I think the Values he mentions are equally if not more important.
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    Democracy In Chains

    By Nancy MacLean, mentioned by W. Niederhut in another thread. After reading it I think it is relevant to discussion of the JFK assassination. The libertarian principles discussed in it are in direct opposition to JFK's philosophies from what I've read of them. He or the assassination are not mentioned it. They, the Kennedy's, are once. The featured protagonist, Economist James Buchanan hated them. He began spewing his elitist vitriol in the1950's. Much of this view can be seen in both the East Coast Establishment and the Oil Barron Right Wing of the Southwest in the late 50's and early 60's. From Dulles and his employers to Murchison, Hunt (H.L) and, under the radar at the time Prescott and GHWB. Today the principles are embraced by the 1%. Buchanan's theories have been hijacked, refined (gerrymandering/REDMAP, voter repression) and stealthily implemented by Charles Koch and his lesser brother David. They have multiple billionaire contributors to their cause. I've read the death of JFK was the start of the downfall trust in government. Libertarians don't want a government we the people trust, or control. JFK advocated participation of the people in multiple respects. Principles in this book give an understanding of the attitude of some in power at the time of his death IMO. It carry's forward to this day. Taken more especially in conjunction with Jane Mayer's Dark Money this book is a call to arms to "ask not what Your Country can do for you, but what You can do for your Country". https://www.amazon.com/s?url=search-alias%3Dstripbooks&field-keywords=democracy+in+chains+maclean+nancy&sprefix=democracy+%2Cstripbooks%2C374&crid=1QLH4YIJH6X68 https://www.amazon.com/Dark-Money-History-Billionaires-Radical/dp/0307947904/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1533700089&sr=1-1&keywords=dark+money
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    Democracy In Chains

    I never knew that in my lifetime a state of the United States had shut down their public schools rather than submit to segregation. No education for anyone's kids. Virginia did in the fall of 1958. "Norfolk Virginia where nearly 10,000 white youth found themselves shut out of high school on September 24'", protesting 2-4-6-8 when do we graduate?" "The grassroots organizations to reopen the schools and save public education continued through the fall..." "In January 1959 the courts put an end to the uncertainty. Two sets of Judges -state and federal- ruled the school closures unconstitutional." pgs. 64-65. All this under the under the guise of the old standby of "States Rights", that the Federal government couldn't tell them what to do. But actually the tip of the iceberg that they can't force us to pay taxes to support programs we don't care about (public education, social security, Medicare, etc.). So they began working on ways to educate a base to educate conservatives further right and change the laws that allowed such things to happen. Stealthily, for they knew they could never do it with popular appeal. "The social scientists who have led scholars in researching the Koch network write that it "operates on the scale of a national U.S. political party." and employs more than three times as many people as the Republican committees had on their payrolls in 2015." pg. xxxiii. And JFK planned to openly support Brown vs Board. I'd bet my bottom dollar they didn't care for him.
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    Democracy In Chains

    Roe vs Wade? Nobody called me on this? Brown vs Board of Education.
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    Democracy In Chains

    It's somewhat of a minor miracle this book was written. She's a social historian studying the effects of policy on society. In this case the role of school privatization/vouchers the leading proponent of at the time was Milton Friedman. In researching his views she came across James Buchanan's name a couple of times and began to investigate. This led her to Gorge Mason University in Washington and his archive in the "Buchanan House", a pretty well abandoned place. They just let her dig on her own. Buchanan had died a year before. He began his real climb in 1956 at the University of Virginia establishing an economic policy center, as a direct result of roe vs wade.
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    Democracy In Chains

    I read the book but she's dynamite in person. She knows what she's talking about. Thanks for posting this. Just listened to it.
  10. This is just the start of where the medical evidence gets murky. One reason I don't trust much of it past the statements of Dr's. and Nurses at Parkland from that afternoon, before SS agent Elmer Moore visited a few day's later. Think about it. If Oswald was set up possibly months in advance (New Orleans, Mexico City), whoever did that knew in advance they had to make it look like he was the only shooter or Boom, Conspiracy. This would have included removal of any evidence to the contrary, including too many bullets or fragments and any from the wrong direction. Yes, a body bag would have come from the military, if it was a Government shipping casket it would too. But the CIA and Army Intelligence worked hand in hand often (see Prouty, Lansdale). I've read an unsupported Theory that maybe the reason the SS insisted on no local autopsy and removed the casket from Parkland by force, at gunpoint is that it was already empty. I have no idea if transferring the body from the ornate local casket was possible time wise. But whoever set up Oswald would have known they had to have control of the body in a private setting at some point for at least several minutes to remove any evidence of a conspiracy. I've also read as part of this "theory" that there was a back entrance to the emergency room/hospital involving a elevator trip down a floor, down a hallway to a back dock (where they normally took out bodies of those deceased instead of past incoming patients at the ER entrance?). Never been there, no evidence, but it doesn't sound totally illogical. Then we get to Washington. While they lowered the empty ornate casket to the waiting hearse before the cameras, JFK was rushed out the other side into a helicopter, taken to Walter Reed Army Hospital for pre autopsy surgery then taken to Bethesda. No, he went straight to the Bethesda back parking lot and in for Humes to do pre autopsy surgery, afterwards LeMay and others were allowed in to observe, comment and smoke, cigars, if desired... It gets kind of murky from here... But the brain stem was already severed, it practically fell out... The x-ray's resemble a Rorschach test. Why does the death stare photo exist? His eyes were closed according to the Priest who gave him Last Rites (Thanks Ray). Who opened them and why is his throat butchered from a small entrance wound and small incision to open it slightly to inset a small tube?
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    Where is the exit?

    A minor enough head wound on Main that he didn't react until after turning onto Houston then Elm and passing the TSBD? Are you drunk? What kind of head wound does one not react to? A mosquito?
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    Classic Harold Weisberg Interview

    I can't get this link to work either Jim. I googled Troy West Harold Weisberg and didn't find anything that panned out. I know I've read something of West before but don't remember what.
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    Cop on Elm Street

    At his table on the grassy knoll Robert Groden many years ago referred me to Mr. Hargis to his left regarding a question I asked so he could sign another copy of his booklet as he had mine. I don't remember what I asked him but he was polite and smiling. If I remember right, he was on the left rear of the limo. When the head shot hit from the right front and splattered him with JFK's blood and brain matter. He did not realize it was on his clothes until he returned to the police station. I'd forgot he stopped and looked for a suspect briefly. https://www.jfk-assassination.eu/warren/wch/vol6/page295.php
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    Democracy In Chains

    Bush, HW, is mentioned once in the book as an aside to the end of the cold war. I'd not thought of it but his bachelors degree from yale is in economics like Buchanan. Easy to see how he could be of a libertarian persuasion in his thoughts, helping the cause along as he went. Then one of his daughters is now named Dorothy Bush Koch.
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    Classic Harold Weisberg Interview

    R. E. Baker seeing Oswald. "The angle at which he could have seen something would have shown him a blank wall". I guess this is probably in Prayerman or Bart has provided a link before. I've never read Weisberg in depth though I've seen him referenced many times. Given the time of his early observations he was a pioneer.
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    Where is the exit?

    So she saw a bullet on a stretcher Well before JFK was taken off his stretcher and put in a casket. That wasn't called for, then delivered At Least 15-20 minutes later after he was declared dead. She left the room before he was declared dead, consulted one patient briefly then went to the elevator and observed a bullet on a stretcher. Too fast. Despite the sincerity of her testimony either she's mistaken or the bullet was planted on the cart. As some have said for many years. By Jack Ruby...? Seth Kantor spoke with him at Parkland. If Ruby could be trusted to kill Oswald and take the blame, could he be trusted to plant a bullet? Not by me. But I didn't know him.
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    Where is the exit?

    Fascinating listening. Thanks.
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    Was Dubya in Dealey Plaza on 11/22/63?

    I'm sorry, I wasn't clear here. I was referring to the picture of "Bush" in Dealy Plaza, not the Kiwanis picture, though thanks for the background info on it. Just curious when the DP picture first surfaced.
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    New Article by John Armstrong

    Ghost is good, more informative in Many ways than Cold Warrior, I've not read the other one (wilderness of mirrors?). But, much as I love and appreciate Jeff's work, especially his perseverance in suing the government for public information, I wish he would have went deeper into Angleton and the JFK assassination. Saving Jew's in the rat lines as well as Nazi's, giving Israel nuclear capability after JFK died, that was revelatory for me. Jeff does not speculate. But the info he provides does make me wonder if Angleton was not involved in the manipulation of Oswald, years before Dallas. Actually it's pretty convincing he did. Kudos to Jim Lesar for hanging with him in the swamp that still is Washington, pro bono, thus far. I hope they appeal again. In spite of Kavanugh and whoever is schill
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    Where is the exit?

    Regarding the throat entry wound which there is no exit wound for. The subject of this thread.
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    Where is the exit?

    Which doctors did you talk to? This is already discussed in some detail in the thread as well as on the forum. Spring of 2013 I asked Dr. McClelland if he though Dr. Perry changed his statement from 11/22/63 that it was a entry wound as a result of persuasion of others after the fact. He said yes.
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    New Article by John Armstrong

    Ghost is good, more informative in Many ways than Cold Warrior, I've not read the other one (wilderness of mirrors?). But, much as I love and appreciate Jeff's work, especially his perseverance in suing the government for public information, I wish he would have went deeper into Angleton and the JFK assassination. Saving Jew's in the rat lines as well as Nazi's after WWII, giving Israel nuclear capability after JFK died, that was revelatory for me. Jeff does not speculate. But the info he provides does make me wonder if Angleton was not involved in the manipulation of Oswald, years before Dallas and in his placement the weeks and months before the assassination. Actually it's pretty convincing he did. Kudos to Jim Lesar for hanging with him in the swamp that still is Washington, pro bono, thus far. I hope they appeal again. In spite of Kavanugh and whoever his shill shall be. It keeps the subject somewhat in the public eye in spite of being ignored by Jeff's former employer the Washington Post, and it's sister paper the NYT. What should we expect from the billionaire owned main stream media. Talk about fake news. It's what they don't report that matters.
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    Plaza Man: Bob Groden vs the City of Dallas

    If he believed in a second shooter that missed, that's a conspiracy. How did it happen?
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    Was Dubya in Dealey Plaza on 11/22/63?

    Was this picture of GHWB available anywhere in print in the days before the internet? Before photoshop came about? No one recognized him before the 88 or 92 presidential runs or the MSM just kept it repressed?
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    Where is the exit?

    Bumping is illegal on the site if I remember right... But if your immediately undercut with irrelevant drivel...
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