Paul Brancato Posted January 3, 2020 Share Posted January 3, 2020 (edited) 2 hours ago, Michaleen Kilroy said: No attack but a clarification: the preso wasn't meant to be a comprehensive theory of who killed JFK. It was a brief overview of the PR and propaganda tactics that have been used over the years to influence public opinion about the case. I have a response, but I’ve enumerated this before with little if any agreement, Cuba was never attacked because the aim of the plotters was much larger, and not Mafia driven. If Cuba had been the goal, it would only have been necessary to shoot at JFK. Killing him was unnecessary. If an attack had been provably tied to Castro, even if trumped up, Castro’s fate would have been sealed. This attack was meant to remove the main obstacle to the global designs of the American War Machine. It’s possible that a plot designed to scare but not kill JFK was hijacked by a real hit team. Oswald may have played a part in the first scenario, but certainly not the second. I’m guessing he at least knew of the former, possibly as an informant. Using Oswald’s bonafides as a pretext for going after Castro was weak in the first place, but had the original coup been successful - meaning no dead president - the plotters would have revealed other leads to Castro which instead were covered up because the president was in fact dead. Edited January 3, 2020 by Paul Brancato Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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