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Nikita Khrushchev was a US intelligence asset. He did the bidding of his capitalist paymasters as much as possible without drawing suspicion on himself. Thus he denounced Stalin, reformed the Soviet economy, allowed dissidents more freedom, put reformers in power Eastern European satellite states like Checkoslovakia and promoted the idea of peaceful co-existence with the West

He was secretly negotiating with JFK to end the Cold War. High ranking member's of the Military Industrial Complexes [MICs] of both nations discovered these negotiations. These negotiations threatened their vested interests.

Rouge US/USSR intelligence agents mounted a ultra-secret joint operation to remove both leaders. Lee Harvey "the patsy" Oswald was allowed to leave the Soviet Union and return to the US. Khrushchev's humiliation in the Cuban Missile crisis was also arranged.

When the two leaders signed the Test Ban Treaty in August 5, 1963 the MICs in both countries they couldn't wait any longer. The first part of the plan was carried out 3 1/2 months later when Kennedy was assassinated.

Knowing that a simultaneous removal of Khrushchev would draw too much suspicion the Soviet conspirators waited almost a year before removing him from power.

After Khrushchev's death in 1971 his son, Dr. Sergei Khrushchev, discovered his father's diary and other documents that proved what had happened. His life was threatened by the KGB. This lead him to move to the US in the mid 1970's. With Seymour Hersh’s expose in 1974, the 1975 – 76 Church Committee hearings, the election of Jimmy Carter in 1976 and appointment of Stanfield Turner as DCIA in 1977 the US intelligence community felt that killing Dr. Khrushchev or letting foreign agents do so would have been too risky in the contemporary political climate.

The younger Khrushchev advised those who wanted to eliminate him that he turned the documents over to undisclosed third parties and will be turned over to the media in case he dies suspiciously. He made a pact with the NWO his silence in exchange for his survival.

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This theory sorta dovetails with one that the older brother of one of my high school classmates espoused in the late '60's. His theory was that the Cold War was all about business; nothing personal with the Russkies, because the United States OWNED the USSR! He could talk for hours on this subject, on how the spectre of a commie hobgoblin bent on world domination helped feed the engines of American capitalism, and how the war in Vietnam was just an extension of this feeding frenzy. Conservatives might have looked aghast at someone gorging themselves at the government trough, yet if it was done for defense, if it was done for a "higher purpose," the alleged protection of the people, then it would be considered okey-dokey.

His theory said that, since the Cold War fed the defense and aerospace industries, it provided jobs for scientists and engineers and assembly-line workers that otherwise might not have comparable jobs in a time of full-fledged peace. And by taking workers away from the rest of the private sector, the Cold War was responsible for the rise in wages and a higher standard of living for Americans. In the Soviet Union, it also provided jobs at defense plants.

At first, we thought he'd been into the peyote buttons one time too many (as a 'Nam veteran, he'd been introduced to "Thai stick" and other perception-altering substances [to be fair, not all who were sent to 'Nam succumbed to the lure of drugs, but some did]); but as we listened to him articulate his position, it slowly began to make more sense.

Of course, we know now that the Cold War couldn't have been good for the American economy, or else Reagan wouldn't have singlehandedly brought about the collapse of the Soviet Union [grin in Gratz's direction here] if there would be any negative consequences for the American economy.

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At first, we thought he'd been into the peyote buttons one time too many (as a 'Nam veteran, he'd been introduced to "Thai stick" and other perception-altering substances [to be fair, not all who were sent to 'Nam succumbed to the lure of drugs, but some did]); but as we listened to him articulate his position, it slowly began to make more sense.

I imagine his theories made sense in direct proportion to how much "Thai stick" or even "skunk weed" you and your friends yourselves had consumed! Things that don't make sense when you're straight do when you're stoned and vice a versa.

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I think that Father Time has eliminated every theory except one. When the U.S. government, supported by its lackey mainstream media, conducts a coverup for 42 years and counting, then who else but the U.S. government committed the crime? It comes down to basic common sense.

Of course this is only what might be called the General Theory of the JFK Assassination (the U.S. government did it). Still to be worked out, and possibly never resolved, is the Special Theory of the JFK Assassination (who specifically did it on behalf of the U.S. government). In either case, it is the government that is to be held accountable, but isn't.

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It was my friend's brother who partook of the mind-altering substances. And while his arguments made some sense on a surface level, that tended to evaporate when we started taking into consideration the number of lives lost in this alleged capitalist conspiracy theory...like Vietnam, it made little sense in capitalistic terms once one took the deaths into consideration. Then it became readily apparent that it was all about ideaology.

Kinda like Iraq.

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It was my friend's brother who partook of the mind-altering substances. And while his arguments made some sense on a surface level, that tended to evaporate when we started taking into consideration the number of lives lost in this alleged capitalist conspiracy theory...like Vietnam, it made little sense in capitalistic terms once one took the deaths into consideration. Then it became readily apparent that it was all about ideaology.

Kinda like Iraq.

Mark,

I don't think your brother's friend was that far off the mark. The Cold War was very good for the defence and aerospace industries and JFK's attempts to tone down the Cold War rhetoric were probably viewed by them as a strategy which could spell economic disaster for their sector, as Government contracts were their main source of revenue.

Ron,

Extrapolating your post, what about a grand unification theory encompassing JFK, RFK, MLK, Chappaquiddick and all the unexplained deaths? The common denominator is the US Government and its unwillingness to set the record straight.

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Of course this is only what might be called the General Theory of the JFK Assassination (the U.S. government did it). Still to be worked out, and possibly never resolved, is the Special Theory of the JFK Assassination (who specifically did it on behalf of the U.S. government).
Extrapolating your post, what about a grand unification theory encompassing JFK, RFK, MLK, Chappaquiddick and all the unexplained deaths? The common denominator is the US Government and its unwillingness to set the record straight.

The General and Special Theories, as well as the Unified Theory, must always be qualified by the Uncertainty Principle.

Tim

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Of course this is only what might be called the General Theory of the JFK Assassination (the U.S. government did it). Still to be worked out, and possibly never resolved, is the Special Theory of the JFK Assassination (who specifically did it on behalf of the U.S. government).
Extrapolating your post, what about a grand unification theory encompassing JFK, RFK, MLK, Chappaquiddick and all the unexplained deaths? The common denominator is the US Government and its unwillingness to set the record straight.

The General and Special Theories, as well as the Unified Theory, must always be qualified by the Uncertainty Principle.

Tim

Good point. Although Einstein didn't like Heisenberg's principle, he couldn't disprove it.

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I believe that the Uncertainty Principle applies only to the microscopic world (the behavior of subatomic particles) and does not apply to something as macroscopic as the JFK assassination. I think that it was certain, as clear an instance of determinism as can be found in the macroscopic world, that JFK was not going to leave Dealey Plaza alive.

That said, I agree that the general and special theories of the JFK assassination, which can also be applied in principle to the RFK assassination, the MLK hit, and even the attempt on Reagan (otherwise known as the Bushy Knoll theory), topped of course by 9/11 with a coverup now 4 years old and counting, lead inexorably toward a unified theory or Theory of Everything (TOE), or as I like to call it, the AIS Theory ("America Is Screwed").

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I believe that the Uncertainty Principle applies only to the microscopic world (the behavior of subatomic particles) and does not apply to something as macroscopic as the JFK assassination. I think that it was certain, as clear an instance of determinism as can be found in the macroscopic world, that JFK was not going to leave Dealey Plaza alive.

That said, I agree that the general and special theories of the JFK assassination, which can also be applied in principle to the RFK assassination, the MLK hit, and even the attempt on Reagan (otherwise known as the Bushy Knoll theory), topped of course by 9/11 with a coverup now 4 years old and counting, lead inexorably toward a unified theory or Theory of Everything (TOE), or as I like to call it, the AIS Theory ("America Is Screwed").

Excellent points in this thread. It's always been clear to me that JFK was killed because he CHANGED in '63.

Some attribute this to dropping acid with Mary Meyer, certainly the BOP, then the terror of the Missile Crises. He died literally for the cause of peace. Peaceful co-existance with Russia and Cuba were not in the interest of the MIC and the "cold war" mentality of the day. Garrison always called the cold war an "artificial conflict", a thought in keeping with those who agree that it was all about $. It always is. (As to the US owning the USSR, the late Antony Sutton has adressed this notion in great detail).

Like Ron I agree that "AIS". The "sheeple" know so little about what is really going on in this country.

If only we did have a "free press" in the US. How can the citizens be informed when they are lied to daily on tv and in the papers?

It's been exciting, however, to see one US cable guy- Chris Matthews- the last few nights do an indepth investigation into the deception that lead to Iraq. Gives me a bit of hope.

And one last comment to silly Ms Foster: To suggest that I -or anyone here- would compare Garrison with the likes of Ken Starr, I can only quote a bumper sticker made by a friend in LA: "A Starr is Porn". Logic is definately not your strong suit.

Dawn

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It's been exciting, however, to see one US cable guy- Chris Matthews- the last few nights do an indepth investigation into the deception that lead to Iraq. Gives me a bit of hope.

Don't get too excited. I can't help but wonder if Aaron Brown getting the boot from his nightly 10 pm slot on CNN had anything to do with his on-air indignation last year at Bush lackey Hastert's intention to not give additional time to the 9/11 Commission (as if that were a real investigation anyway). Brown is partly credited with the commission getting its extra time. Now Brown has no time at 10.

Dan Rather (hardly a seeker of truth himself) recently said that he had never seen such fear as exists in newsrooms today. It looks like Brown wasn't fearful enough. His fate won't go unnoticed by his colleagues.

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I believe that the Uncertainty Principle applies only to the microscopic world (the behavior of subatomic particles) and does not apply to something as macroscopic as the JFK assassination. I think that it was certain, as clear an instance of determinism as can be found in the macroscopic world, that JFK was not going to leave Dealey Plaza alive.

That said, I agree that the general and special theories of the JFK assassination, which can also be applied in principle to the RFK assassination, the MLK hit, and even the attempt on Reagan (otherwise known as the Bushy Knoll theory), topped of course by 9/11 with a coverup now 4 years old and counting, lead inexorably toward a unified theory or Theory of Everything (TOE), or as I like to call it, the AIS Theory ("America Is Screwed").

Excellent points in this thread. It's always been clear to me that JFK was killed because he CHANGED in '63.

Some attribute this to dropping acid with Mary Meyer, certainly the BOP, then the terror of the Missile Crises. He died literally for the cause of peace. Peaceful co-existance with Russia and Cuba were not in the interest of the MIC and the "cold war" mentality of the day. Garrison always called the cold war an "artificial conflict", a thought in keeping with those who agree that it was all about $. It always is. (As to the US owning the USSR, the late Antony Sutton has adressed this notion in great detail).

Like Ron I agree that "AIS". The "sheeple" know so little about what is really going on in this country.

If only we did have a "free press" in the US. How can the citizens be informed when they are lied to daily on tv and in the papers?

It's been exciting, however, to see one US cable guy- Chris Matthews- the last few nights do an indepth investigation into the deception that lead to Iraq. Gives me a bit of hope.

And one last comment to silly Ms Foster: To suggest that I -or anyone here- would compare Garrison with the likes of Ken Starr, I can only quote a bumper sticker made by a friend in LA: "A Starr is Porn". Logic is definately not your strong suit.

Dawn

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MY, MY, SUCH DELPHIC WISDOM ??!!

Makes me want to puke. The "Prez" who spent too much time "humpin' the hotties" [Oh ! forgive me, it was the meds or the Addisons -- I forgot, forgive my ignorance, por favor Makes "Slick Willy" Clinton look like a piker with his limited "cigar tricks"] !!

The only WWII Naval officer who got his ass rammed [at night] -- and in a PT-Boat no less. Got a kid killed for naught. Why? because he refused to listen to his 1st mate's pleas -- the one who insisted that they should turn off the Allison aircraft gasoline engines while drifting, so they might hear approaching enemy vessels. Naw, its too hard to re-start those "fighter-engines" [P-40 Warhawk fighter engines] -- "...There AAARRn't any Japs out there guys !!

Failed to stow the auto-release life rafts and survival devices, rations, etc. on the deck as ordered by Bulkeley from day one !!

A Navy "Squid" micro-managing [and devastatingly changing] the BOP landing site only a month before the landing "D-Day" -- which he had advanced from June back to April !! All the while ignoring advisors who had "real" combat experience. "Papa Joe" saved his ass from a courtmartial by Nimitz in 1944.

Forcing an increase in the recruiting tempo of the Cuban exiles, who because of the landing date having been brought back to April 17th -- sent kids and fat old men to their deaths with less than 4 weeks of minimal military training.

And ranted when the Essex fighters disobeyed orders trying to protect the Air Cap. Ranted when he discovered that the task force destroyers had closed to the beach to rescue the survivors of the Houston, Rio Escondido and the 5th Batallion -- against his "orders" !!

Brought us to the brink of nuclear holocaust by convincing our enemies that he was a playboy wutz !!

Almost fried the planet by ignoring the Intel about missiles going into Cuba -- first reported during the 1st week of August, 1962 !!

Fearful of firing nutsos like Lemay and Powers who wanted WWIII !!

Scared of the southern racists, and ignored the murders and beatings of blacks until King threatened exposes and reprisals !!

Joined the segregrationist Democrat "cracker cabal" for political gain, and overtly supported the descendants of slave owners who had crushed reconstruction under the 1st Prez Johnson !!

SHEEPLE !! Your arrogance makes me want to puke. Free press ?? Even the dumb-ass Cubans immediately created their own newspaprers and magazines upon setting foot in the U.S. !!

Too bad the "Joe-6 pack Sheeple" refuse to read your dreamland/utopian leftwing gibberish. OH ! You will make them pay "come-the-revolution" -- won't you ??!! All theory and NO practice. And those who failed, and continue to fail with their ridiculous wet-dreams, oh they weren't genuine true believers !! Yeah -- Right on -- with those excuses !!

The "controlled press and media" -- give me a break. They are in the advertising business, not do-gooding.

Try starting a business and see how far you get with freebies and do-gooding !! You'll fold in a month !!

Mumbling looney tunes theorems -- It makes me feel SO VERY SUPERIOR to you lowly peasants, so listen up -- the baddies are out there haunting and spooking -- come hither and I shall defend thee, O' masses of the unwashed rabble !!

Seeya on Murgado -- News at 11:00 PM !!

Chairs,

GPH

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That said, I agree that the general and special theories of the JFK assassination, which can also be applied in principle to the RFK assassination, the MLK hit, and even the attempt on Reagan (otherwise known as the Bushy Knoll theory), topped of course by 9/11 with a coverup now 4 years old and counting, lead inexorably toward a unified theory or Theory of Everything (TOE), or as I like to call it, the AIS Theory ("America Is Screwed").

Ron do you really believe that Hinckley WASN'T a LN and that the WTC collapse was controlled demolition?

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Ron do you really believe that Hinckley WASN'T a LN and that the WTC collapse was controlled demolition?

Yes. Based on facts and precedents, not because it gives me a "sense of comfort" or "makes sense of the senseless."

BTW the Nazis had nothing to do with the Reichstag Fire! It was the Communists, who hated the Germans' freedom (which Hitler proceeded to take away, starting with the Patriot Act - I mean the Enabling Act).

George Santayana said something about all this.

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