Guest Stephen Turner Posted July 27, 2005 Share Posted July 27, 2005 The Oxford English dictionary defines TERRORISM as, 1,The use of violence, and intimidation, especially for political purposes. 2,To fill with terror,to coerce with violence, or the threat of violence.COUP DETAT, 1, The sudden overthrow of a government, by force, or unconstitutional means 2, a sudden action taken to obtain power, or achive a desired result. COUP DE GRACE A stroke or blow thats puts an end to something. CONFLICT, a fight, a struggle, disagreement between people with different ideas,or beliefs. Some questions, 1, How much of a threat did the Kennedy administration pose to powerful vested interest groups. 2, Did individuals within these groups have the means to arange a coup detat. 3,Did these individuals believe that Kennedy was acting against their best interests would they have viewed him as a traitor because of this. 4,Were these individuals complicit in the murders, either planned, or actual,of others they percieved in this light. 5, What would they have expected from a second term of this administration, did they have reason to fear, for example, a withdrawal of the "Advisors"from Vietnam.Attacks on the oil depletion allowance, and the federal reserve, attempts at detente with the Soviets, overtures to Castro, a moritorium on ICBM's. How would they have viewed this accomodation with communism. could they have viewed Kennedys removal as a constitutional act. THE VESTED INTEREST GROUP The powerful have always projected their interests as the core values of the society they infest.To sustain this ideological mumbo jumbo, requires a quiescent and docile populace, and domination over the media.Did Kennedy pose a threat to the status quo? to understand this question we need to put ourselves in the shoes of the vested interest group. Their only values are power & money, money & power, in their eyes any person or group that threatens this is a dangerous subversive, and, through their own twisted logic, anti-American, this is how the trick works,"As our interests are identical to the interests of the American people, anyone who threatens them must be, by definition, against America.This, to be fair is not just an American mindset, all ruling classes use a variation of this to justify their appropriation of the surplus value.I believe this group felt threatened by the Kennedy administration, and by their way of thinking, had good reason to fear a second term,with the strong possibility of RFK running in 68,this was all the justification they needed."In fair Verona where we set our scene, civil blood makes civil hands unclean" Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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