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Someone else has apparently picked up the Morehead Patterson trail based on my work and included many of The Bilderbergers, most of whom where loyal to JFK, hired by JFK or promoted by JFK as possible Suspects when in fact 85% of them would never have agreed to a death sentence for their mentor and close friend. But The Top Five on The Bilderbergers as Suspects would include Morehead Patterson, John McCloy, Averell Harriman, C. D. Jackson and John Heinz or Paul Nitze. See if you can pick up on the Nazi Connections of these 6 characters and the other major JFK plotmasters like Angleton, Morris, Fellers, Cline, Gale, Willoughby and Walker. These links were very real, they were very active and Nazis never forget their roots or their very close fiends. Never. Plus they never forget their enemies, like the Rooskies and the other Commies. Never. Nazis first and foremost, intelligence officers next.

The keenly astute among you will notice that the BRANCH of Military Intel for these former Nazis or pro-Nazis or current Nazis, varied all over the map from ONI, to DIA, to FBI, to Isaac's Detective Agency to The John Birch Society to the A.C.C.C., to Army Intel to the CIA, to DISC, etc. Once a Nazi, always a Nazi. Their day job was intel ops. The night job was being Nazis. Why ignore or trivialize these facts? Only anarchists or those with a hidden, vindictive agenda focus on a SINGLE Alphabet Soup Agency. You know who they are.

And you should NEVER FORGET that AMF and Patterson, besides their close association to Rockwells of Rockwell Corp., the Grays and Wickliffe Draper, had developed an ammo clip for the Mauser between 1962-63 which could load and fire either 5 or 6 Manlicher-Carcano compatible cartridges, thus turning the Mauser into a rapid-fire semi-automatic rifle. They did this for the Navy Seals and I posted on this 2 years ago. Remember when the Dallas police showed off a Mauser shortly after arresting Oswald which they found in the TBD? I do. And don't you think that the shooters would have used the silencers developed by Mitch Werbell, III related to a former Czarist Cavalry Officer like Vonsiatsky was in fact? Course they would have. So much for ballistics analysis and all the ballistics analysts in Dealey Plaza. That little factoid throws everything EVER DONE in regards to Manlicher-Carcarcano ballistics analysis into a cocked hat. Waste of friggin' time. Guns and Gore can yield no more. Try another approach before it is too late. We all know it was a conspiracy, so focus on the Who Dunnits.

Morehead Patterson is so critical to the JFK hit that I am surprised no one else picked up on this. Well, not really. Everyone seems to be sitting under a street lamp where the light is the brightest instead of going off into the dark, deep nooks and crannies where the real evidence is hidden away. Was that part of the plan? Course it was. Were YOU sucked into that mindset? Probably. Was it a total waste of time? Yep. Who sucked YOU into the various LaBrea Tarpits of JFK Research? Are you a Medical Evidence Meanderer? An ARRB Aardvaark? A Warren Commission Wanderer? A Monolithic Alphabet Agency Unabomber? A belligerent Ballistics bombast? Well then join the club. You are STUCK in The LaBrea Tarpits of JFK Research and the Saber Tooth Tigers are coming closer and ready to pounce. Oh no, wait they are stuck too. Well here come the Raptors... oops stuck in the Tarpits. The Wooly Mammoths, very warm but very stuck. Only the flying dinosaurs can land, feast on the corpses and then fly away safely. And their victims bones, picked clean, will sink to the bottom of the pits, albeit well preserved, and they will be heard from no more. Oh, well. Nice try. Nothing like a life well lived or a life, well... more like livid or limpid.

Now back to an alternate reality... Suspect or Not a Suspect? Can YOU tell the difference? Who among these would have voted for the termination of JFK or actually participated in the little Senatorial Toga Party ending his life? Et tu, Brute?

Patterson, Morehead



Elsie Parsons, married Morehead Patterson, S&B 1920, the son of Rufus L. Patterson, head of American Machinery Company and International Cigar Machinery Company


Morehead Patterson was a Yale friend of Briton Hadden, and best man at Henry R. Luce's wedding. He was a director of the Enterprise Development Corporation, a closed investment trust of heirs of William Rockefeller, including Godfrey S. Rockefeller, and Thomas F. Ryan, whose directors included Clendenin J. Ryan, and Frederic W. Lincoln. (Trust to Supply Venture Capital. New York Times, Mar. 31, 1948.)In 1964, he patented a machine for forming cigarette rods out of slurry. (Cigarette Making Machine, Patented Apr. 14, 1964, 3,128,773 U.S. Patent Office.)



Morehead Patterson whose family owned American Machine and Foundry, AMF, originally the makers of the "Patterson Cigarette Packer" which automated the manufacture and packing of cigarettes around the turn of the Century (1897). (Trust to Supply Venture Capital. New York Times, Mar. 31, 1948.) Later AMF branched out during World War II into military machinery for gun loaders, missile movement and launch mechanisms, radar components and even parts for Rockwell International's B-29 bombers among other weapons of war. Only later did AMF diversify into Bowling pin spotters, the Ben Hogan Golf line and the Voit sporting goods division.

Morehead Patterson and his family owned thousands of shares in the American Tobacco Company and R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company and he was later on the Atomic Energy Commission as well. Patterson's family was close to both the Draper family Eugenics War Machine and the Nuclear interests of the Bowman Gray. Family's Reynolds Tobacco Company interests and the Willard F. Rockwell military interests in Viet Nam for the Minuteman Missiles and B-29 manufacturing process.

Patterson would have been a natural link to coalesce interests among the North Carolina based anti-Union forces and anti-Communist efforts that included the Eugenicists involved with the Wickliffe Draper Textile loom equipment interests and The Pioneer Fund, the Bowman Gray RJR Tobacco interests the Morehead Patterson American Tobacco interests, and the links outside of North Carolina to the Willard F. Rockwell nexus of characters at Rockwell Intl which later bought out the failing Draper Corp. after the JFK Assassination. The Pattersons counted both the Rockwells, the Grays and the Drapers as the customers of American Machine and Foundry over the decades covering military, textile and tobacco applications




Advanced Products Group Field Operations Engineering Division Santa Barbara, California


McCloy, John J.


He later served as advisor to John F. Kennedy, Lyndon Johnson, Richard Nixon, Jimmy Carter, and Ronald Reagan, and was the primary negotiator on the Presidential Disarmament Committee

he served as

From March 1947 to June 1949, McCloy was president of the World Bank.

From 1954 to 1970, he was chairman of the prestigious Council on Foreign Relations in New York

chairman of the Chase Manhattan Bank from 1953 to 1960

chairman of the Ford Foundation from 1958 to 1965

trustee of the Rockefeller Foundation from 1946 to 1949, and then again from 1953 to 1958,

McCloy had a long association with the Rockefeller family, going back to his early Harvard days

At his direction, a campaign of wholesale pardoning and commutation of sentences of Nazi criminals took place, including those of the prominent industrialists Friedrich Flick and Alfried Krupp

He was selected by Johnson to serve on the Warren Commission in 1963. Notably, he was initially sceptical of the lone gunman theory, but a trip to Dallas with Allen Dulles, an old friend also serving on the Commission, in the spring of 1964 to visit the scene of the assassination convinced him of the case against Oswald

McCloy became a name partner in the Rockefeller-associated prominent New York law firm Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy. In this capacity he acted for the "Seven Sisters", the leading multinational oil companies, including Exxon, in their initial confrontations with the nationalisation movement in Libya—as well as negotiations with Saudi Arabia and OPEC.

was a member of the foreign policy establishment group of elders called "The Wise Men."


'And over the years, the men McCloy called in turn called other Council members. . . Of the first 82 names on a list prepared to help President Kennedy staff his State Department, 63 were Council members ...


Mr. McCloy was chairman of so many boards and had his hands in so many ventures that the political writer Richard Rovere once proposed that he was the informal ''chairman of the Establishment,'' a group that ''fixes major goals and constitutes itself a ready pool of manpower for the more exacting labors of leadership.''


McCloy continued to specialize in German cases and in 1936 Mccloy traveled to Berlin where he had a meeting with Rudolf Hess. This was followed by McCloy sharing a box with with Adolf Hitler and Herman Goering at the Berlin Olympics.

McCloy's law firm also represented I.G. Farben and its affiliates during this period.

In March 1950, McCloy was given the task of appointing a new head of the West German Secret Service. After discussing the matter with Frank Wisner of the CIA, McCloy decided on Reinhard Gehlen, the Nazi war criminal


Jackson, Charles D.


General Charles Douglas (C. D.) Jackson (16 March 1902 – 18 September 1964) was an expert on psychological warfare who served in the Office of Strategic Services in World War II and later as Special Assistant to the President in the Eisenhower administration.

He was a speech writer for Dwight Eisenhower's 1952 presidential campaign. He was assigned to be President Eisenhower's liaison between the newly created CIA and the Pentagon.

During 1953 and 1954, C. D. Jackson was key in establishing the Bilderberg Group and ensuring American participation. He attended meetings of the group in 1957, 1958 and 1960.[4] In 1960 he was publisher of Life magazine.



It took a while for Jackson to organize the American wing of the group, but finally, in May 1954, the first conference was held in the Hotel de Bilderberg, a secluded hotel in Holland, near the German border. Prince Bernhard, and Retinger drew up the list of invitees from the European countries, while Jackson controlled the American list."


Harriman, Averell

Although no record exists of Harriman attending Bilderberg, he remains one of the principles of the Bilderberg Group


... links to Bilderberg run through the networks built by aging diplomat Averell Harriman, the U.S. initiator of the Bilderberg group.


In January 1961, he was appointed Ambassador at Large in the Kennedy administration, a position he held until November, when he became Assistant Secretary of State for Far Eastern Affairs.

In December 1961, Anatoliy Golitsyn defected from the Soviet Union and named Harriman a Soviet spy, but Harriman nonetheless remained in his position until April 1963, when he became Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs. He continued in that position in the Lyndon Johnson administration, until March 1965 when he again became Ambassador at Large, a position he would hold for the remainder of Johnson's presidency. Harriman was the chief US negotiator at the Paris peace talks on Vietnam.


Harriman is noted for supporting, on behalf of the state department, the coup against Vietnam president Ngo Dinh Diem in 1963. Johnson's confession in the assassination of Diem could indicate some complicity on Harriman's part.[6] [7]


While Averell Harriman served as Senior Partner of Brown Brothers Harriman & Co.,

Harriman Bank was the main Wall Street connection for German companies and the varied U.S. financial interests of Fritz Thyssen, who had been an early financial backer of the Nazi party until 1938, but who by 1939 had fled Germany and was bitterly denouncing Adolf Hitler.



In November 1952 I went to the United States. Soon afterwards came H.R.H. Prince Bernhard and, finally, M. van Zeeland. We approached certain members of the Democratic administration which was still in office. Mr. Averell Harriman was especially interested in this work


Bundy, McGeorge


he was national security adviser to Presidents Kennedy ...

Mac Bundy was one of the few Kennedy loyalists to stay on under Lyndon Johnson and adjust to the formidable and volatile new boss


Though he considered himself a Republican, then Harvard Dean of Faculty, Mr. Bundy was disillusioned with 1960 Republican candidate Richard Nixon, and organized support for Kennedy among academics and scientists.

Bundy was appointed Special Assistant to the President for National Security in 1961.

He was considered one of the "best and brightest" of President Kennedy's circle of advisors and cabinet members. Following President Kennedy's assassination, Mr. Bundy stayed on as President Johnson's National Security Adviser, and was best known for his role as a supporter of the American military effort in Vietnam.

He resigned in 1966 to become President of the Ford Foundation.

1940 A.B., Yale University

1948-49 Political Analyst, Council on Foreign Relations



Bruce, David K.E. [ First Documented Bilderberg Attendance 1965 ]

Ambassador to U.K.


David Kirkpatrick Este Bruce (February 12, 1898 - December 5, 1977) was an American diplomat.

He served as the United States Ambassador to France from 1949 to 1952,

United States Ambassador to West Germany from 1957 to 1959, and

United States Ambassador to the United Kingdom from 1961 to 1969.

He was an American envoy at the Paris peace talks between the United States and North Vietnam in 1970 and 1971.

Bruce also served as the first United States emissary to the People's Republic of China from 1973 to 1974 and as ambassador to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization from 1975 to 1976. Bruce served in the Office of Strategic Services in London and was a candidate for director of its successor the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) in 1950.


Bruce accompanied the invasion fleet and on 7 June went ashore on Utah Beach. Concurrently, more than 100 OSS agents reported on enemy troop movements behind the lines, while an equal number worked with French Resistance in sabotaging rail and communications links.


On February 5, 1963, Tape 72, the President meets with staff members to discuss the draft instructions for US Ambassador to the United Kingdom David Bruce, who had been recently asked by President Kennedy to make a review of the United States' policies with Europe and to make recommendations for action.


Bruce moved to Washington where he associated with a group of journalists, politicians and government officials that became known as the Georgetown Set. This included Frank Wisner, George Kennan, Dean Acheson, Richard Bissell, Desmond FitzGerald, Joseph Alsop, Stewart Alsop, Tracy Barnes, Thomas Braden, Philip Graham, Clark Clifford, Walt Rostow, Eugene Rostow, Chip Bohlen, Cord Meyer, James Angleton, William Averill Harriman, John McCloy, Felix Frankfurter, John Sherman Cooper, James Reston, Allen W. Dulles and Paul Nitze.

In 1956 President Dwight Eisenhower appointed Bruce as a member of the President's Board of Consultants on Foreign Intelligence Activities (PBCFIA). Eisenhower asked Bruce to write a report on the CIA. It was presented to Eisenhower on 20th December, 1956. Bruce argued that the CIA's covert actions were "responsible in great measure for stirring up the turmoil and raising the doubts about us that exists in many countries in the world today." Bruce was also highly critical of Operation Mockingbird. He argued: "what right have we to go barging around in other countries buying newspapers and handling money to opposition parties or supporting a candidate for this, that, or the other office."


Ailsa Mellon, the sister of Paul Mellon, married David K. Bruce, a young foreign service officer. Soon after their marriage, Ailsa Mellon Bruce was stricken by an undiagnosed illness that rendered her, in the words of her husband, a "semi-invalid." They were eventually divorced, and David Bruce went on to a distinguished diplomatic career. After the divorce, Ailsa became almost a recluse. At one time, she owned three apartments in New York, two houses in Connecticut, an estate on Long Island, and a residence in Palm Beach. Ailsa apparently took a great deal of interest in her philanthropies and her art collection, much of which she donated to the National Gallery of Art. When she died in 1969, she left the bulk of her estate, valued at $570 million, to her Avalon Foundation. This foundation was later merged with two smaller foundations established by her brother to form the giant Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.


Acheson, Dean


His most famous decision was convincing Truman to intervene, in June 1950, in the Korean War. Historians have argued, "Dean Acheson was more than 'present at the creation' of the Cold War; he was a primary architect."[2]


Acheson was instrumental in framing U.S. policy toward Vietnam, persuading Truman to dispatch aid and advisors to French forces in Indochina, though in 1968 he finally counseled President Lyndon B. Johnson to negotiate for peace with North Vietnam.

During the Cuban Missile Crisis, President John F. Kennedy called upon Acheson for advice, bringing him into the executive committee (ExComm), a strategic advisory group.

Acheson refused to 'turn his back on Alger Hiss' when the latter was accused of being a Communist spy, and convicted (of perjury for denying he was a spy

He retired as secretary of state on Jan. 20, 1953, and served on the Yale Board of Trustees



Fulbright, J. William


William Fulbright (1905-1995), born in Sumner, Missouri, was raised in Fayetteville, Arkansas and was educated at the University of Arkansas. He then attended Oxford University as a Rhodes Scholar where he received a Master of Arts degree. From 1959-1974 Fulbright served as chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, the longest serving chairman of that committee in history.

He was elected to the U.S. Senate (Arkansas) and served from 1945 through 1974 becoming one of its most influential and best-known members

Fulbright was the only Senator who voted against the appropriations for Senator McCarthy's Un-American Activities Committee. He lodged serious objections to President Kennedy in advance of the Bay of Pigs invasion in 1961. And, he was a powerful voice in opposition to the war in Vietnam



Heinz, Henry J. II

Henry John Heinz II, best known as Jack Heinz, (1908–1987) was an American business executive and CEO of the H. J. Heinz Company based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA.

He was graduate of Yale University, where he was a member of the Skull and Bones secret society.

Father of United States Senator John Heinz



Nitze, Paul H.


Paul Henry Nitze (January 16, 1907 – October 19, 2004) was a high-ranking United States government official who helped shape Cold War defense policy over the course of numerous presidential administrations.


In 1928-1929 the Chicago brokerage firm of Bacon, Whipple and Company sent Nitze to Europe. Upon his return, he heard Clarence Dillon predict the depression and the decline of the importance of finance


Nitze's brother-in-law Walter Paepcke founded the Aspen Institute and Aspen Skiing Company. Nitze continued to ski in Aspen until well into his 80s.

Nitze entered government service during World War II, serving first on the staff of James Forrestal when Forrestal became an administrative assistant to President Franklin Delano Roosevelt

In 1943 he became chief of the Metals and Minerals Branch of the Board of Economic Warfare

From 1953 to 1961, Nitze served as president of the Foreign Service Educational Foundation while concurrently serving as associate of the Washington Center of Foreign Policy Research and the School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) of the Johns Hopkins University

In 1961 President Kennedy appointed Nitze Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs and in 1963 he became the Secretary of the Navy, serving until 1967

Nitze was President Ronald Reagan's chief negotiator of the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty (1981-1984).



Rockefeller, David


280 - Letter to David Rockefeller on the Balance of Payments Question. July 6, 1962


Enlisted in the U.S. Army in 1942. Military Intelligence officer in North Africa and Southern France 1942-1945. Set up an intelligence network in Algiers and was an insider to the battle between Charles De Gaulle and Henri Giraud for control over the French resistance. First became friends with William Paley (Pilgrims) and C.D. Jackson in Algiers.

Met with ambassador Robert Murphy, a staunch Giraud supporter. Met David Bruce in 1945, head of the OSS. He would meet Bruce and his wife again in 1973 in China, where he would be invited for dinner.

Assistant Military Attaché in Paris in the last 7 months of the war.


Rusk, Dean


David Dean Rusk (February 9, 1909 – December 20, 1994) was the United States Secretary of State from 1961 to 1969 under presidents John F. Kennedy and Lyndon B. Johnson.

While attending St. John's College, Oxford as a Rhodes Scholar, he received the Cecil Peace Prize in 1933.[3][5]

In World War II he joined the infantry as a reserve captain, and served as a staff officer in the China Burma India Theater.

He was made Assistant Secretary of State for Far Eastern Affairs in 1950 and played an influential part in the US decision to become involved in the Korean War,

Rusk was a Rockefeller Foundation trustee from 1950 to 1961.

In 1952 he succeeded Chester L. Barnard as president of the Foundation.[3]


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