Saturday, January 30, 2021

 mr hornberger scratches the surface in this entry into the murder of jfk, which was a deep state coup. when you realize that it comes to you that since they succeeded in covering their tracks that a subset of the coup plotters are still in charge, it comes to you that since november sixty three what masquerades as 'our' government isn't. hornbergers site has lots on this in various forms for those interested;

When it comes to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, the mainstream press remains trapped within a 1964 paradigm. They continue to repeat the standard 1964 line that Kennedy was killed by a long-nut communist, a former U.S. Marine who had no ostensible motive for killing the president. Anyone who challenges that 1964 paradigm is immediately labeled a “conspiracy theorist,” which is supposed to promptly end the discussion.The problem is that as secret official evidence was slowly uncovered in the 1970s, 1980s, and especially in the 1990s during the term of the Assassination Records Review Board, the mainstream press has never confronted that evidence in the context of their 1964 mindset. They simply continue to repeat the old trope about “conspiracy theory.”

In 1964, it might have made sense to employ the term “conspiracy theory” against someone who was asserting that the assassination might have been carried out by the U.S. national-security establishment. While there were many anomalies and inconsistencies in the official narrative, there was still scant evidence that had surfaced pointing to the national-security establishment as the malefactor in the assassination.

It’s worth noting that the same could be said of U.S. national-security regime change operations both before and after the Kennedy assassination. When people initially posited the possibility that the U.S. national-security establishment had planned or orchestrated the removal of Mossadegh (Iran 1953), Arbenz (Guatemala 1954), Lamumba (Congo 1961), Castro (Cuba 1959 – 1963), and Allende (Chile 1970 – 1973), it might have made sense to initially label it a “conspiracy theory.” But as the secret evidence increasingly surfaced, it made sense to ultimately shift from conspiracy “theories” to actual regime-change conspiracies within the U.S. national-security more.......

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