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Trump and the JFK Assassination

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TRUMP AND THE JFK ASSASSINATION

By Douglas Caddy

 

In 1975 just months before Howard Hunt entered prison to serve 3 ½ years for his Watergate criminal conviction, he invited me to join him for dinner in Washington. We settled upon the Yenching Palace, a favorite restaurant of Henry Kissinger and other key leaders. Due to complex legal reasons it was only the third time that I had seen Howard since Watergate broke: the first was in the early morning hours of June 17, 1972, when he came to my residence in Washington to tell me about the arrests at Watergate and to retain me as the attorney to represent him and the five arrested burglars; the second time was at the funeral of his wife, Dorothy, in December 1972, after she had been killed in Chicago; and the third time was the 1975 dinner.

During the course of our meal the subject of JFK’s assassination came up in connection as to why the burglars went into the Democratic National Committee.

Afterwards, when we were on the sidewalk outside the restaurant, I decided to ask Howard, “Why was JFK assassinated?” After a short pause he responded,”Because he was about to give the Soviets our most vital secret.” This surprised and astounded me and I asked, “What was that?” He replied, “The Alien Presence” and then looked me in the eye, shook my hand, turned and walked away. It was the last time I saw Howard although we kept in contact until his death in 2007.

JFK was assassinated because he was building bridges for peace directly with Premier Nikita Khrushchev of the Soviet Union and bypassing the State Department, CIA and the Defense Department. The Deep State was committed to continuing the Cold War at that time, reaping its immense financial rewards and preventing disclosure of “The Alien Presence.” JFK’s actions threatened this arrangement. Further, Howard Hunt, like others in the intelligence community who were involved in JFK’s assassination, believed JFK was committing treason in his secret dealings with the Soviets, which included a joint mission to the moon. That JFK was using LSD supplied to him by Mary Meyer was also a factor as it was feared its use influenced his sudden push for peace with the Soviets.

President-elect Trump today is following a similar path as JFK did with Russia but he is doing so in open and public contempt for the State Department, the intelligence agencies, and the Defense Department. He has even publicly attacked the CIA for disclosing that its investigation found that the Russians directly influenced the 2016 election and likely played a determining role in his election victory. His attack upon the CIA caused shocked reverberations throughout the intelligence and military communities. An additional concern was that Trump last week dispatched one of his aides to Moscow to confer secretly with the Russians on subjects known only to Trump and the Russians.

There exists the National Defense State whose purpose is to protect the national security and assure the survival of the United States.

Surely Trump is not so narcisstic and arrogant that he fails to recognize that the National Defense State will not tolerate him as President-elect and then as President dealing unilaterally with the Russians with only him and Premier Putin knowing what is being discussed and agreed upon. Again treason is being heard about an American president. Surely Trump has not forgotten why JFK was assassinated? Or has he in his early stage of Alzheimer’s dementia?  

 

Edited by Douglas Caddy

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34 minutes ago, Douglas Caddy said:

TRUMP AND THE JFK ASSASSINATION

By Douglas Caddy

 

In 1975 just months before Howard Hunt entered prison to serve 3 ½ years for his Watergate criminal conviction, he invited me to join him for dinner in Washington. We settled upon the Yenching Palace, a favorite restaurant of Henry Kissinger and other key leaders. Due to complex legal reasons it was only the third time that I had seen Howard since Watergate broke: the first was in the early morning hours of June 17, 1972, when he came to my residence in Washington to tell me about the arrests at Watergate and to retain me as the attorney to represent him and the five arrested burglars; the second time was at the funeral of his wife, Dorothy, in December 1972, after she had been killed in Chicago; and the third time was the 1975 dinner.

During the course of our meal the subject of JFK’s assassination came up in connection as to why the burglars went into the Democratic National Committee.

Afterwards, when we were on the sidewalk outside the restaurant, I decided to ask Howard, “Why was JFK assassinated?” After a short pause he responded,”Because he was about to give the Soviets our most vital secret.” This surprised and astounded me and I asked, “What was that?” He replied, “The Alien Presence” and then looked me in the eye, shook my hand, turned and walked away. It was the last time I saw Howard although we kept in contact until his death in 2007.

JFK was assassinated because he was building bridges for peace directly with Premier Nikita Khrushchev of the Soviet Union and bypassing the State Department, CIA and the Defense Department. The Deep State was committed to continuing the Cold War at that time, reaping its immense financial rewards and preventing disclosure of “The Alien Presence.” JFK’s actions threatened this arrangement. Further, Howard Hunt, like others in the intelligence community who were involved in JFK’s assassination, believed JFK was committing treason in his secret dealings with the Soviets, which included a joint mission to the moon. That JFK was using LSD supplied to him by Mary Mayer was also a factor as it was feared its use influenced his sudden push for peace with the Soviets.

President-elect Trump today is following a similar path as JFK did with Russia but he is doing so in open and public contempt for the State Department, the intelligence agencies, and the Defense Department. He has even publicly attacked the CIA for disclosing that its investigation found that the Russians directly influenced the 2016 election and likely played a determining role in his election victory. His attack upon the CIA caused shocked reverberations throughout the intelligence and military communities. An additional concern was that Trump last week dispatched one of his aides to Moscow to confer secretly with the Russians on subjects known only to Trump and the Russians.

There exists the National Defense State whose purpose is to protect the national security and assure the survival of the United States.

Surely Trump is not so narcisstic and arrogant that he fails to recognize that the National Defense State will not tolerate him as President-elect and then as President dealing unilaterally with the Russians with only him and Premier Putin knowing what is being discussed and agreed upon. Again treason is being heard about an American president. Surely Trump has not forgotten why JFK was assassinated? Or has he in his early stage of Alzheimer’s dementia?  

 

Will Trump and Putin divvy up my grandmother's homeland (Ukraine) like Hitler and Stalin did Poland?

--  Tommy :sun

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As President Kennedy might say, "And, ah, why - why, ah, weren't the Soviets already aware of this this 'alien presence' on the earth?"

Edited by David Andrews

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The Alien Presence.

If there is one...then yes, it is the most important secret ever.

And if true, it is so important to those who hold and control the complete folder, they have determined that even our presidents must be kept away from knowing this secret.

Like I have said...those who know and control our deepest most important secrets, have a higher authority (self-determined)  than any of our elected officials.

This Alien Presence subject is potentially so life changing for the entire world's human population and all of it's cultures and societies that it has been separated into a secret realm unlike anything before it.  And one can imagine the measures that have been taken to keep this super controlled subject secret.

Again I state what I heard ( although admittedly 6th hand and totally unverifiable ) that a person in high security supposedly once said ( in the last 10 to 15 years? ) to another unknown person: 

" If the average person knew HALF of what was really going on in the world... they would go into their backyards and kill themselves."

I personally think that 99.99999 % of all us humans...are being kept in a blissful bubble of ignorance about what is really going on in this world of ours.

 

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12 hours ago, Joe Bauer said:

The Alien Presence.

If there is one...then yes, it is the most important secret ever.

And if true, it is so important to those who hold and control the complete folder, they have determined that even our presidents must be kept away from knowing this secret.

Like I have said...those who know and control our deepest most important secrets, have a higher authority (self-determined)  than any of our elected officials.

This Alien Presence subject is potentially so life changing for the entire world's human population and all of it's cultures and societies that it has been separated into a secret realm unlike anything before it.  And one can imagine the measures that have been taken to keep this super controlled subject secret.

Again I state what I heard ( although admittedly 6th hand and totally unverifiable ) that a person in high security supposedly once said ( in the last 10 to 15 years? ) to another unknown person: 

" If the average person knew HALF of what was really going on in the world... they would go into their backyards and kill themselves."

I personally think that 99.99999 % of all us humans...are being kept in a blissful bubble of ignorance about what is really going on in this world of ours.

 

Thank you, Joe, for this insightful commentary.

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Interesting post Doug. Even though I am not sure what to make of Hunt's last words to you, I think you raise interesting questions about the national security state and Trump. I read that there is some disagreement about the CIA conclusions of Russian interference in the election. But in essence the FBI helped Trump get elected, and now the CIA is laying some blame on the Russians. It's unusual for there to be this kind of deep division, and it has to be significant. Where is the KGB in all this? 

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During the presidential campaign and the debates with Hillary, Donald Trump always danced around questions about his relations with and feelings toward the Russians.

When confronted with this line of questioning Trump would stumble and mumble but then finally say " I've made a lot of money selling properties to Russians."

It was so obvious why he wouldn't say much about the bad side of one of his biggest customers.

Trump and his Russia comments remind one of a casino owner protecting, indulging and heaping false praise on one of his biggest gambling "Whales." And not caring or wanting to know if his whale is dropping huge amounts of money that may have been acquired through nefarious means.

It's so disturbing to see this new president's stances for or against other countries and their regimes and leaders  (no matter how corrupt and human rights abusing they may be) based upon a highest priority of where they figure in regards to his never satisfied obsession for personal gain wealth.

Back to Hunt.  A man of secrets and deception. I believe him about the "Big Event" yet at the same time I feel a sense of needing to hold back a full acceptance of his most intriguing revelations

 

 

Edited by Joe Bauer

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4 hours ago, Joe Bauer said:

I believe him about the "Big Event" yet at the same time I feel a sense of needing to hold back a full acceptance of his most intriguing revelations

Hey Joe,

When I first read the Rolling Stone story that broke the news of Hunt's confession, I considered the name "Big Event" to be overly corny and not very believable. But later on while reviewing CIA documentation such as the IG report on the Assassination attempts of Castro they refer to the actual assassination as "the event" as well.

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18 hours ago, Chris Newton said:

Hey Joe,

When I first read the Rolling Stone story that broke the news of Hunt's confession, I considered the name "Big Event" to be overly corny and not very believable. But later on while reviewing CIA documentation such as the IG report on the Assassination attempts of Castro they refer to the actual assassination as "the event" as well.

Reminds me of Marita Lorenz's story, according to which she left Dallas before the assassination, and Frank Sturgis later told her, "You missed the big one."

 

 

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Donald Trump Is Gonna Get Us Killed
by Michael Moore

December 14, 2016

A week has gone by since Donald Trump admitted he's only been to "two or three" of his daily presidential national security briefings. There have been 36 of them since the day he secured enough electoral college votes to be appointed president next Monday when the Electoral College meets.

Most would agree the #1 job of the leader of any country is to keep its people safe. There is no more important meeting every day for the President than the one where he learns what the day's potential threats are to the country. That Trump would find it too cumbersome or too annoying to have to sit through 20 minutes of listening to his top intelligence people tell him who's trying to kill us today, simply boggles the mind.

Of course, our minds have been so boggled so many times in the past year by this foolish man no one seems that surprised or concerned. He can get up at 5 in the morning and send angry, childish tweets about how he's being portrayed on SNL ("Not funny! Unwatchable!"), or belittling the local elected union leader in Indiana, but he doesn't have time to hear about the threats to our national security.

So, my fellow Americans, when the next terrorist attack happens -- and it will happen, we all know that -- and after the tragedy is over, amidst the death and destruction that might have been prevented, you will see Donald Trump acting quickly to blame everyone but himself. He will suspend constitutional rights. He will round up anyone he deems a threat. He will declare war, and his Republican Congress will back him.

And no one will remember that he wasn't paying attention to the growing threat. Wasn't attending the daily national security briefings. Was playing golf instead or meeting with celebrities or staying up til 3am tweeting about how unfair CNN is. He said he didn't need to be briefed. "You know, I think I'm smart. I don't need to hear the same thing over and over each day for eight years." That's what he told Fox News on December 11th when asked why he wasn't attending the security briefings. Don't forget that date and his hubris as we bury the dead next year.

We had a president like him before. He, too, lost the popular vote, a majority of Americans saying they didn't want him in the Oval Office. But his governor/brother and his ex-CIA chief/dad's appointees to the Supreme Court put an end to that, and he was installed as Commander-in-Chief. On August 6, 2001, he was on a month-long vacation at his ranch in Texas. That morning, the White House Counsel handed him his daily national security briefing. He glanced at it, set it aside and then went fishing for the rest of the day. Below is the photo of that moment which I showed the world in "Fahrenheit 9/11". The headline on the security briefing reads: BIN LADEN DETERMINED TO STRIKE INSIDE U.S. On the top page it tells how bin Laden will do this: with planes. George W. Bush didn't leave the ranch to go back to work for the next four weeks. In the fifth week, bin Laden attacked the US with planes on September 11th.

It's one thing to have a president who was asleep at the wheel. But, my friends, it's a whole other thing to now have a president-elect who REFUSES TO EVEN GET BEHIND THE WHEEL! This utter neglect of duty, a daily snub at the people who work to protect us, the first Commander-in-Chief to literally be AWOL and announcing proudly he isn't going to change -- this, I assure you, is going to get a lot of innocent people killed.

To you, Mr. Trump, I say this: When this next terrorist attack takes place, it is YOU who will be charged by the American people with a gross dereliction of duty. It was YOUR job to pay attention, to protect the country. But you were too busy tweeting and defending Putin and appointing cabinet members to dismantle the government. You didn't have time for the daily national security briefing. Don't think we're going to let you use a modern-day burning of the Reichstag as your excuse to eliminate our civil liberties and our democracy.

We will remember that while the plot to kill Americans was being hatched, your time was consumed by whom you saw as the real threat to America: Alec Baldwin in a wig.

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My thoughts exactly Douglas.

Trump's personal and political actions in so many ways since he won the electoral college vote ( and lost the popular vote by 2,850,000 ) are irresponsibly and immaturely outrageous to a mind boggling degree.

Speaking for tens of millions of Americans ( and surely the same number of people in other countries ) I have a sick apprehensive feeling in my gut about Trump.

The kind of feeling I had watching on live TV back on 11,24,1963 when Lee Harvey Oswald was paraded through that crowded Dallas Police Department basement escorted by "only two" security guards not just at his side, but even slightly behind him and then "BOOM!"

When Oswald should have been surrounded by a cordon of police officers three men thick....at night...with no public announcement of his transfer.

Trump has stirred up more upsetting national and international controversy ( before he has even taken office ! ) than any president ( in my 65 years of observations) has even come close to in their entire first year of serving.

Edited by Joe Bauer

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