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Rodney Rivers

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  1. While I don't agree with Mr. DVP's lone nut theory, his enourmous contribution of historic video's on JFK's Presidency cannot be disputed. His youtube pages are top notch information and it's amazing how he's managed to dig up all this documenation. No reason to get personal against anyone here. Everyone respects others opinions in this forum.
  2. '"Do innocent people take guns to the movies,' That was the most foolish part of the story. If the writer was ever in Texas, they would know people take guns to everything everywhere everytime. I'm sure back in 63 it was considered normal.
  3. More B.S. Media are such government shills. We complain about other countries where the media is controlled. Are we any different? One a side note : I was watching a JFK doc like 10-15 years ago with I think Groden or Lane, and they showed the first time someone asked LHO if he killed the President. He reacted with shock and surprise. It is different than the one they keep showing where he replies he didnt shoot anyone. After that show, I've never seen that same clip. That show also showed people running up the grassy knoll. Never seen it after that show either.
  4. http://www.grantland.com/blog/hollywood-prospectus/post/_/id/93184/b-s-report-special-investigation-the-jfk-assassination
  5. The way the MSM and the media handlers are portraying this for the next generation it's going to be lone nut theory accept it or your a kook. Everything you see on TV and social media is all about lone nut killed JFK. Any other alternative to that narrative is omitted or thought of as some crazy fringe of people. The younger generation today, not all but most, get their news thru snippets of social media unlike in the past where you would actually read thru a whole story and do extensive research into the topic. When most of these kids gets the one or two sentence or one paragraph news from FB links and twitter posts, the whole conspiracy of the event will unfortunately fall into the dustbin of history. Does anyone think in 2063 there will a great interest in this story if nothing new comes out in the next 50 years?
  6. Excellent Read. Thanks for posting this. Should be mandatory in our education system. Too bad the MSM completely ignored RFK JR. coming out calling his uncle's death a conspiracy.
  7. Found this article. Not sure who the author is or the organization, but it sums up my frustration pretty well in terms of the media coverage - http://thecommonsenseshow.com/2013/11/16/jfk-murder-fifty-years-later-and-the-cover-up-continues/ JFK Murder: Fifty Years Later and the Cover Up Continues Dave Hodges The day that John Kennedy was murdered, was the day that Americans lost their country. Since that fateful day in November of 1963, our slide into tyranny has accelerated. The Missed Opportunity Connected to the 50th Anniversary Last summer, I predicted that the upcoming 50th anniversary of JFK’s murder would awaken a whole new generation as to the tyranny that the country has fallen under and who is responsible for that tyranny. I wrongly believed that the co-conspirators, the interlocking pieces of the JFK assassination cabal, namely, David Rockefeller, the Federal Reserve, the oil companies, the military industrial complex and the CIA and their mafia assets, would be exposed with all the attention that the 50th anniversary would provide. I wrongly believed that these groups with their current and undue influence on America would also be readily identified for what they did to JFK and to the country on November 22, 1963. I further believed that today’s younger generation would easily build the bridge linking the corruption and undue influence of these 1963 groups to today’s political landscape and this would be an easy association. Unfortunately, my predictions were in error because we in the alternative media dropped the ball. The 2013 Establishment Propaganda Machine Is Rolled Out With the marking of the 50th anniversary of the assassination of John F. Kennedy, there have been over 2,000 books written on the subject and countless radio and television shows devoted to the topic. This fall, the globalist news corporations have produced a rash of new JFK “investigations” which all purport to show different ways to prove that Oswald, and Oswald alone, killed John Kennedy. The new productions (e.g. National Geographic) are so bad and so faulty, that they are laughable. Media Propagandists Ignore the Government’s Final Conclusion of a Conspiracy The modern day propagandists are winning the day with regard to the control of the narrative surrounding the assassination. During the height of America’s skepticism regarding the 1964 Warren Report which stated that Lee Oswald killed John Kennedy and that he acted alone, most Americans rejected the “official explanation. What the modern day public, as well as the establishment propagandists, seem to have forgotten is that in 1977, the House Select Committee on Assassinations concluded that Oswald had help and JFK was killed as a result of a conspiracy. This was the final word on the subject from our government on the assassination. However, the history revisionists do not want a hint of a conspiracy because this could give birth to a modern day JFK assassination renaissance in a search for the co-conspirators who killed JFK. Once that search would begin, the descendants of the perpetrators organizations would not be able to escape public scrutiny. We in the alternative and truthful media missed a golden opportunity to wake up the country on this 50th Anniversary of JFK’s death. This fall, if we had devoted a significant amount of time and effort to covering the assassination, and we had been relentless in our efforts, the under 40 crowd would understand who their present enemies are and they would have been awakened to the present day tyranny. We allowed our voices to be drowned out by the mainstream fictional media with their new JFK cover up pieces. Sadly, we lost a golden opportunity to wake up millions of young Americans. At the height of JFK conspiracy fervor in the 1970′s-1990′s, according to the Gallup Poll, as many as 80% of Americans believed that there was a conspiracy to kill JFK. Today, that number has slipped to 61% thanks in large part to the new propaganda productions which are influencing our younger Americans. In the 1990′s, Oliver Stone produced JFK and Bill Kurtis and Nigel Turner produced separate investigations into the assassination (i.e. The Men Who Killed Kennedy). In the 1990′s, the country was spellbound by the new revelations which were also bolstered by JFK admirer, Bill Clinton, as he forced the release of millions of classified JFK documents. However, the evil empire struck back around the year, 2000, and today, you see almost nothing on TV which does not show that Oswald was acting alone. . . . more at link......
  8. http://youtu.be/i84VWoSvNMI I really enjoyed this interview. Not so much for his research on LBJ, which I think most people on this forum know pretty well, but Stone's viewpoint of the Kennedy's. He doesn't buy into the mythology of the Kennedy's but more of someone across the aisle. Politics is dirty and the Kennedy's were not excluded from dirty politics, even though the mythology never mentions this. Very interesting perspective he shares about the Cuban Missile Crisis, Bobby's Kennedy's political tricks, and even stuff about his old boss Nixon.
  9. MSM using the 50th Anniversery as a opportunity to crush all conspriacy theories/theoriets since 75 percent of people still think it's a conspiracy. Every channel I've tuned into with a JFK show it's all about lone nut or how conspiracy theories are from crazy people who don't investigate anything. Makes me want to puke but on the other hand, they're so desperate to shove lone nut / magic bullet / warren omission down everyone's throats it really makes them look sort of desperate.
  10. http://lightbox.time.com/2013/11/14/never-before-seen-photos-of-jfks-final-minutes-in-dallas/#1 Amazing how close the crowd could get back in those days.
  11. The whole MSM has been pushing the lone nut theory on each and every channel I see. Tonight Piers Morgan had 3 'researchers' on who smugly stated the Warren Omission got it all correct. But even with them shoving it down people's throats, the people still know something just doesn't add up. It's amazing how common sense with these actors is thrown out the window.
  12. Part 2 had a lot of generalizations but I guess they had to to keep it within 2 hrs. They put the blame of Diem's death on JFk which I think we know isn't all accurate. Also, they never mentioned Laos and that JFK wanted to pull out of Vietnam. Best part was his Niece describing the trip from Ireland and JFK wanting to show them the movies and how he loved being President.
  13. Can't wait for part 2 tonight, but agree with what everyone said about Part 1. I really liked how they focused on JFK's anti-colonialist stance throughout his life. I recall reading how when he was Senator, a lot of his anti-colonial speeches were printed throughout the world, especially in the third world. Also I liked how they brought up how he travelled the third world while senator trying to understand how the leaders in those nations viewed America, and how our policies were losing their support and the opportunity to build long lasting bridges, especially Vietnam. One of the better JFK documentary's on JFK's life that concentrates on substance rather than tabloid. JFK's indescretions were there, but seems like every other documentary blows them out of proportion like TMZ journalism. JFK was truly our last President in the mold of our founding fathers and consitutionalists who believe in a un-American Empire. Every president since (maybe not Jimmy Carter??) has cowered to the MIC and the empire that our country has become. I believe in the universe and a set way of things, and I think JFK was put on this earth to avoid us from Nuclear War. But he was taken away for his other mission which was to not invovle us in Vietnam. The powers that be got rid of him, the population was derlict and looked the other way, and the universe went 10 fold against us in the Vietnam conflict. Ok, enough of my rant, will watch part 2 tonight.
  14. http://nvcdn.nbcnews.com/_util/jfk50/#video-jfk50_kerry_211 Conspiracy : http://nvcdn.nbcnews.com/_util/jfk50/#category-5 Main Site : http://nvcdn.nbcnews.com/_util/jfk50/#
  15. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SRpPUSJSsLQ
  16. START AT 1:19:00 : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WOCEk4HB_bo Description : In the latter half, author Bryce Zabel talked about his meticulously researched new novel, Surrounded by Enemies: What If Kennedy Survived Dallas?, an alternative narrative of the turbulent 1960s after America's charismatic president escapes unscathed on November 22, 1963. He looked at how the assassination attempt would have shaken things up politically, with JFK and his brother, Attorney General Robert Kennedy striking back at their enemies which included the CIA, J. Edgar Hoover, and even LBJ. Zabel's book also portrays scandals that erupted around JFK's private life as his womanizing and health conditions were revealed to the public. Covers from a fictitious news magazine are featured in his book, with one of them showing JFK meeting the Beatles on the Ed Sullivan show. There is also a scene where the comedian Lenny Bruce does a monologue about Kennedy's infidelities. If JFK had lived, Zabel believes that the Viet Nam War would have played out much differently. Kennedy "would have been loathe to commit ground troops in any significant number to Viet Nam," he surmised. For more, check out a video from Zabel featuring a faux talk show commemorating the 50th anniversary of the day JFK survived Dallas.
  17. JFK starts at 38 min mark http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=la5RXghCVc0 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=la5RXghCVc0 btw great show.- loved his description of JFK the first 20 min of the show. All the hits on JFK's character in the recent years take away from what he really did and what he stood for. Mr. Corsi did an excellent job reminding the auidience why JFK was so important for the time.
  18. LBJ was before my time, but I saw a interview of Nixon today from back in the early 80s ( )and he says that he was one of the greatest politicians of the 20th century (TDR/FDR being the others). I've heard the same from other historians so I have to ask why/what/ and how? Yes Civil Rights Act was a big accomplishment for the time, but he stunk up Vietnam and the war on poverty from what the history books say. Why is he held in such high regard by the MSM? I'd like to also hear from the people living during those times he was President. Most times history gets changed and what we read in the books is not always accurate whereas people living during those times most often give a better opinion.
  19. Here is the show if anyone missed it..........p.s Mr Caddy - he mentioned your name on the show and was very complementary https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Q_F-07yt9c
  20. Not saying I believe any of this, But what a great story if true! It's way out there, but an entertaining listen. Includes JFK too! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rs4g_W0ztIQ
  21. In the latter half, author Bill Birnes talked about Dr. Max Jacobson, who developed a unique "energy formula" that altered the paths of some of the twentieth century's most iconic figures, including President and Jackie Kennedy, Marilyn Monroe, Frank Sinatra, and Elvis. Birnes detailed how Jacobson was an internal medicine specialist who was trying to find a cure for diseases using blood serum. Over the course of his research, he developed a treatment which was so powerful that it made people very sick, so he added methamphetamines to the formula to make them feel better. Via his friendship with film director Billy Wilder, Jacobson developed a clientele amongst the New York entertainment community which sought out his "special vitamin shots," as they were called. Jacobson's most prominent 'patient,' was President John F. Kennedy, who turned to the doctor's formula as a means of relieving a variety of crippling ailments. According to Birnes, Kennedy began receiving the treatments when he was a Senator and utilized the formula prior to the infamous first Presidential debate with Richard Nixon which swung the momentum of 1960 election. Following his victory, Kennedy became increasingly reliant on Jacobson's drug cocktail, Birnes said, and even tried to get the doctor to move into the White House. As a result of his drug dependence, JFK became so erratic that the Vienna Summit with Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev became a diplomatic disaster and Kennedy later had a "psychotic break" during a visit to New York. Birnes theorized that the CIA's weariness over Kennedy's drug habit, and the reckless behavior it caused, ultimately led to his assassination. Jump to 1:20:00 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4afw9sSww9U
  22. Why is it they use to be on the right side of the podium when taking the oath and nowadays they're on the left side? I think Carter was the last President to take the oath facing the same way JFK did?
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