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JFK wanted to stop the war in Vietnam


Tim Gratz
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"In the Vietnam War, the leaders of the White House claimed at the time

that it was a necessary and crucial war, and during it, Rumsfeld and his

aides murdered two million villagers. And when Kennedy took over the

presidency and deviated from the general line of policy drawn up for the

White House and wanted to stop this unjust war, that angered the owners of

the major corporations who were benefiting from its continuation.

"And so Kennedy was killed . . ."

Who said this? Oliver Stone? Fletcher Prouty?

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