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Donald Trump To Reveal Who Killed JFK?

Will Donald Trump Reveal Who Killed JFK?


Published on May 25, 2017

This year, Donald Trump has the opportunity to declassify all documents relating to the assassination of John F. Kennedy. Roger Stone breaks down why he should allow the documents to be made public, in opposition to the CIA.

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May 29, 2017 in Current Affairs | Permalink

Labour Party Councillor Abdul Qayyum needs to resign! (Smallbridge and Firgrove, a ward in Rochdale, Northern England)

Aftab Hussain is the Labour Councillor for Smallbridge and Firgrove, a ward in Rochdale, Northern England.

He was first elected in 2011 and is due to serve out his term for another two years, until 2019.

In 2012 Hussain provided a positive character reference at the trial of the convicted pedophile Abdul Qayyum.

Despite Hussain's praise, Qayyum was convicted of conspiracy to engage in sexual activity with a child, one of 9 convicted of grooming and raping adolescent girls as young as 12.

Other community leaders had testified that the grooming and raping of young English girls had been occurring for decades without being reported on. Despite that, Hussain went to court and defended the character of a pedophile who was also his close friend.

In 2013, Hussain apologized for providing the character reference, but that's not enough. Not only did Hussain provide a character reference in court, he even facilitated the acquisition of a licence for the taxi that one of the convicted pedophiles used to rape girls in. Clearly, this is more than just an innocent mistake, regardless of his personal reasoning, Aftab Hussain is obviously completely unfit to serve in public office.

If you agree and want to see the man who supported a convicted pedophile in court removed from office, please sign the petition below.

Visit and sign petition: https://www.therebel.media/fire_hussain

Tommy Robinson ambushed for confronting Muslim councillor

May 20, 2017 in Current Affairs | Permalink

Comeygate: Former FBI Director James Comey's Perjury?


Former FBI Director James Comey is the one, through his surrogates, that either put out a fake memo, or he is letting people make up memos that do not exist, completely, and the whole story is just made up.

Either the memo is fake or the whole memo story is made up and Comey is just letting it hang out there as a lie, but he did not do it, or he perjured himself to Congress.

Those are the three things.

  1. The memo is either fake and the media and the FBI and the Deep State, the Democrats and the Republican establishment are going along with it.


  1. The memo itself is real but it is fake.


  1. The memo is real and it really happened.


  1. Comey perjured himself to Congress.


Comey Caught Committing Perjury To Congress?

May 18, 2017 in Current Affairs | Permalink

Some quotes relating to the JFK assassination

Robert Morrow <[email protected]> Sun, May 7, 2017 at 12:28 AM

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"To learn who rules over you, simply find out who you are not allowed to criticize." -- Voltaire


Marty Underwood:

"We were getting all sorts of rumors that the President was going to be assassinated in Dallas; there were no ifs, ands or buts about it." - Marty Underwood, Democratic National Committee Political Advance Man

John Martino:

"They're going to kill him. They're going to kill him when he gets to Texas."

John Martino, former Cuban prisoner and anti-Castro activist

Marina Oswald to Jesse Ventura in 2010:

“Would you sacrifice your children for the truth?” – Marina Oswald to Jesse Ventura in 2010

(Marina had made a lot of statements incriminating her deceased husband in 1963-64. The Warren Commission had used her as its star witness in the posthumous frame up of patsy Oswald in 1964. Marina at the time was age 22, with a toddler and a baby, no money, did not speak English, was surrounded by US intelligence, had her phone illegally wiretapped in Feb. 1964, feared being deported back to Russia or even possibly being indicted as a accomplice in the murder of President John Kennedy.”

                                 H.L. Hunt:

We may have lost a battle but we are going to win a war.” H.L. Hunt to Madeleine Brown, LBJ’s girlfriend, upon Lyndon Johnson losing the Democratic nomination to John Kennedy in 1960.

H.L. Hunt: “How long are we going to let this go on? Are we goin’ to have to shoot those mafia bastards to get them out of office?” [Texas in the Morning, p. 163]

Jackie Kennedy on LBJ begging JFK to go to Texas:

"Both Bobby and Adali Stevenson warned Jack it was dangerous landing in Texas. But Johnson practically begged him to go and save his own political neck."

LeMoyne Billings:

I didn't want him to go to Dallas. I was afraid for him. A lot of people in the south and a hell of a lot of people in Texas hated Jack. They'd like to see him dead, and there are a lot of guns in Texas. Up to the last minute, I begged him not to go. I claimed he could plead illness with his back. He appeared almost fatalistic on our final night together. He told me, "If God wants me to end my life on Texas soil, then so be it."

John Kennedy to his good friend George Smathers:

"God dammit, I hate flying to Texas. I had to practically wring Jackie's neck to get her to go with me. I just hate to go. I have a terrible feeling about going."

Lyndon Johnson 11/21/63 to Madeleine Brown:

“After tomorrow those goddamn Kennedys will never embarrass me again- that’s no threat- that is a promise!” [Texas in the Morning, p. 166]

Lyndon Johnson on the morning of 11/22/63 to Madeleine Brown:

“That son-of-a-bitch crazy Yarborough and that goddamm  fucking Irish mafia bastard Kennedy, will never embarrass me again!” [Texas in the Morning, p. 167]

Lyndon Johnson on the morning of 11/22/63 to Madeleine Brown:

"His snarling voice jolted me as never before - "That son-of-a-bitch crazy Yarborough and that goddamn fucking Irish mafia bastard, Kennedy, will never embarass me again!"
I managed to say, "I'm looking forward to tonight," when he blasted out even louder, "I've got about a minute to get to the parking lot to hear that bastard!", and he slammed down the phone. I was startled ... an uneasiness gripped me over Lyndon's actions and temper." [Madeleine Duncan Brown, Texas in the Morning, p. 167]

Lyndon Johnson hysterically telling Gen. McHugh there was conspiracy and "They're going to kill us all."

Within hours on 11/22/63, LBJ would have his top aide Cliff Carter call Texas and Dallas law enforcement and tell them do not charge Oswald with conspiracy, and the cover up was on.

Johnson, meantime, was cracking. General McHugh, who at first had no idea that LBJ was even on the plane, claimed that at one point he discovered Johnson cowering in the closet of the President's cabin. "They're going to kill us," he whimpered. "They're going to shoot down the plane, they're going to kill us all." It was then, McHugh said, that he actually got LBJ to "snap out of it" by slapping him. McHugh, in turn, was observed by others on the plane as dashing up and down the center aisle a half dozen times, wild-eyed and rambling.

            Neither man was a picture of composure."


[Christopher Anderson, "Jackie After Jack," p. 11]

Lyndon Johnson to Madeleine Brown 12/31/63 in the Driskill Hotel, Austin, TX:

"Lyndon, you know that a lot of people believe you had something to do with President Kennedy's assassination."  He shot up out of bed and began pacing and waving his arms screaming like a madman. I was scared!  "That's bullshit, Madeleine Brown!" he yelled. "Don't tell me you believe that shit!"  "Of course not." I answered meekly, trying to cool his temper.  "It was Texas oil and those fucking renegade intelligence bastards in Washington."

Lyndon Johnson told aide Marvin Watson that the CIA killed JFK

From Robert Kennedy and His Times by Arthur Schlesinger (1978) (p. 616 in a footnote):

"In 1967 Marvin Watson of Lyndon Johnson's White House staff told Cartha DeLoach of the FBI that Johnson "was now convinced there was a plot in connection with the assassination. Watson stated the President felt that CIA had had something to do with this plot." (Washington Post, December 13, 1977)

Cartha Deke DeLoach memo to Clyde Tolson, the #2 at FBI, saying that Lyndon Johnson "felt the CIA had something to do with the plot" to kill JFK.

Lyndon Johnson​ told Howard K. Smith in 1966:

 “Kennedy tried to get Castro — but Castro got Kennedy first.” - LBJ.

Lyndon Johnson to Malcolm Kilduff, after Kiduff asked if he could make a statement that the president was dead:

"No, wait. We don't know if it's a communist conspiracy or not. I'd better get out of here and back to the plane. Are they prepared to get me out of here?" [Sam Johnson's Boy, Steinberg, p. 606]

Robert Kennedy to Lyndon Johnson: “Why did you have my brother killed?”

The White House photographer took a picture of Robert Kennedy and Lyndon Johnson standing outside a White House column. The photographer told Madeleine Brown that Robert Kennedy hit the column and asked Lyndon Johnson “Why did you have my brother killed?”

Allen Dulles:

“That little Kennedy … he thought he was a god.”  [JFK and the Unspeakable, p. 16]

RFK: CIA head McCone said there were 2 people involved in the shooting. Hoover’s FBI said just one.

“I asked him [RFK], perhaps tactlessly, about Oswald. He said that there could be no serious doubt that he was guilty, but there was still argument whether he did it by himself or as part of a larger plot, whether organized by Castro or by gangsters. He said that the FBI thought he had done it by himself, but that McCone thought there were two people involved in the shooting.”

— Arthur Schlesinger writing about a conversation with Robert Kennedy on Dec. 5, 1963, quoted in Schlesinger’s Journals: 1952-2000, p. 214.

Karl G. Harr on Allen Dulles:

        "We used to say, 'Well, Allen Dulles, he's not a good administrator or a bad administrator, he's innocent of administration.'"

Richard Nixon’s answer to Howard Baker: “You don’t want to know” replying to Baker’s question “What do you know about the Kennedy Assassination?” Comments relayed by Don Hewitt, producer of 60 Minutes


Oral History Interview with DON HEWITT  October 8, 2002, New York, NY, By Vicki Daitch  For the John F. Kennedy Library

Richard Nixon to Roger Stone: Jack Ruby was one of “Johnson’s boys”

"The damn thing is, I knew this Jack Ruby. Murray [Chotiner] brought him to me in 1947, said he was one of “Johnson's boys" and that LBJ wanted us to hire him as a  informant for the Committee. We did."................Richard Nixon to Roger Stone  Oct 1982

CIA assassin David Morales referring to John Kennedy, while talking among friends:

      “Well, we took care of that S.O.B.” (referring to John Kennedy).

The CIA’s John Whitten on why his colleague, CIA’s William King Harvey, might have told his wife to destroy his papers after his death:

“He was too young to have assassinated McKinley and Lincoln. It could have been anything.”

Web link: https://www.maryferrell.org/mffweb/archive/viewer/showDoc.do?mode=searchResult&absPageId=50527

CIA counterintelligence head James Angleton to Seymour Hersh:

(Angleton is implying that the CIA murdered John Kennedy)


In December 1974, pursued by the dogged Seymour Hersh, who was then investigating the CIA’s illegal domestic operations for the New York Times, Angleton suddenly blurted to the reporter, “A mansion has many rooms … I’m not privy to who struck John.” What did the cryptic remark mean? I would be absolutely misleading you if I thought I had any fucking idea,” says Hersh today. “But my instinct about it is he basically was laying off [blame] on somebody else inside the CIA, and the whole purpose of the conversation was to convince me to go after somebody else and not him. And also that he was a completely crazy fucking old fart.” [David Talbot, Brothers, p. 274]


Many JFK researchers think that CIA head of counterintelligence James Angleton was running Lee Oswald and that Angleton (and Richard Helms) had a hand in the JFK assassination and the posthumous framing of US intelligence agent Oswald.


James Angleton, former CIA head of counterintelligence let some truth come out in 1985 before he died:

Angleton was probably involved in the JFK assassination; he (along with David Atlee Phillips) may very well have been running Lee Harvey Oswald, the patsy


“Fundamentally, the founding fathers of U.S. intelligence were liars. The better you lied and the more you betrayed, the more likely you would be promoted. These people attracted and promoted each other. Outside of their duplicity, the o­nly thing they had in common was a desire for absolute power. I did things that, in looking back o­n my life, I regret. But I was part of it and I loved being in it. . . Allen Dulles, Richard Helms, Carmel Offie, and Frank Wisner were the grand masters. If you were in a room with them you were in a room full of people that you had to believe would deservedly end up in hell.” Angleton slowly sipped his tea and then said, “I guess I will see them there, soon.”
----JAMES ANGLETON, C.I.A. Counterintelligence Chief, 1985

Or is this the more Accurate Quote?”

Joseph J. Trento's The Secret History of the CIA, 1946-1989:

The centerpiece of Trento's book is a 1985 interview with the legendary former CIA Chief of Counterintelligence James Angleton. As might be expected, the interview offers little new about Angleton or his work as a counterspy. However, in a series of extensive quotes from Angleton, it provides the clearest and most succinct statement of the book's theme. Disgraced and dying of cancer, the counterspy reportedly said, "I realize now that I have wasted my existence, my professional life.... There was no accountability and without accountability everything turned to shit.... Fundamentally, the founders of U.S. intelligence (the CIA) were liars. The better you lied and the more you betrayed, the more likely you would be promoted. These people attracted and promoted each other. Outside of their duplicity, the only thing they had in common was a desire for absolute power.... You had to believe (they) would deservedly end up in hell."




CIA accountant James B. Wilcott:

Oswald received "a full-time salary for agent work for doing CIA operational work." – 1978

HSCA counsel Robert Tanenbaum:

Lee Harvey Oswald was a contract employee of the CIA and the FBI.” – 1996


Richard Helms on whether Oswald had ties to either the CIA or the KGB:

"[Former CIA Director Richard] Helms told reporters during a break that no one would ever know who or what Lee Harvey Oswald ... represented. Asked whether the CIA knew of any ties Oswald had with either the KGB or the CIA, Helms paused and with a laugh said, 'I don't remember.'" --Richard Helms, chatting with the Washington Post's George Lardner and other reporters in 1978, during a recess of the U.S. House Select Committee on Assassinations, cited by Gaeton Fonzi, The Last Investigation 


CIA director William Colby to NY Times editor Abe Rosenthal in 1975 

            New York Times editor Rosenthal asked CIA Director William Colby if the CIA ever killed anybody in this country. Colby replied, “Not in this country.” When asked who the CIA had killed Colby said, “I can’t talk about it.” Colby said, “Sometimes intelligence operations are high-risk, and sometimes they fail. Then, the question is not whether the CIA is some rogue elephant, which it never has been, but rather that we Americans made a mistake through our constitutional system.”

                                                     [John Armstrong, Harvey and Lee, p. 968]


What Colby is saying, imho, is that the Americans made a "mistake" by electing John Kennedy, so the CIA corrected it by murdering him. - R.


CIA David Atlee Phillips: "My final take on the assassination is there was a conspiracy, likely including American intelligence officers."


 David Atlee Phillips, just before his death, to Kevin Walsh, an investigator with the HSCA. Phillips died in July, 1988. Source: Larry Hancock, the author of Someone Would have Talked.


Phillips: “My private opinion is that JFK was done in by a conspiracy, likely including American intelligence officers.” 


Said to Kevin Walsh, former HSCA staffer who later became a private detective.

[Larry Hancock, Someone Would Have Talked, p. 152]




Cord Meyer to writer C. David Heymann

in 2001


C. David Heymann asked a dying Cord Meyer who Cord thought really murdered his former wife Mary Meyer in October, 1964. Cord replied, “the same sons of bitches that killed John F. Kennedy.”http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mary_Pinchot_Meyer


From Wikipedia: Cord Meyer's later statements about the murder

Cord Meyer left the CIA in 1977. In his autobiography Facing Reality: From World Federalism to the CIA he wrote, "I was satisfied by the conclusions of the police investigation that Mary had been the victim of a sexually motivated assault by a single individual and that she had been killed in her struggle to escape." However his former personal assistant Carol Delaney later claimed, "Mr. Meyer didn't for a minute think that Ray Crump had murdered his wife or that it had been an attempted rape. But, being an Agency man, he couldn't very well accuse the CIA of the crime, although the murder had all the markings of an in-house rubout."

In February 2001 writer C. David Heymann asked Cord Meyer about Mary Pinchot Meyer's murder and he replied, "My father died of a heart attack the same year Mary was killed. It was a bad time." When asked who had murdered Mary Pinchot Meyer, the retired CIA official, six weeks before his own death from lymphoma, reportedly "hissed" back, "The same sons of bitches that killed John F. Kennedy."

A dying David Atlee Phillips admitted to his brother Jim that he had been in Dallas on 11/22/63

What he is really admitting to is involvement in the JFK assassination.


Shawn Phillips is the nephew of David Atlee Phillips and the son of James Atlee Phillips:

Email from Shawn Phillips to Gary Buell in January, 2003:

The "Confession", you refer to was not in so many words as such. I cannot remember the timeframes involved, but this was what was told to me by my father, James Atlee Phillips, who is deceased. He said that David had called him with reference to his (David's), invitation to a dinner, by a man who was purportedly writing a book on the CIA. At this dinner, was also present a man who was identified only as the "Driver". David told Jim that he knew the man was there to identify him as Raul Salcedo, whose name you should be familiar with, if your research is accurate in this matter. David then told Jim that he had written a letter to the various media, as a "Preemptive Strike" , against any and all allegations about his involvement in the JFK assassination. Jim knew that David was the head of the "Retired Intelligence Officers of the CIA", or some such organization, and that he was extremely critical of JFK, and his policies. Jim knew at that point, that David was in some way, seriously involved in this matter and he and David argued rather vehemently, resulting in a silent hiatus between them that lasted almost six years according to Jim. Finally, as David was dying of irreversible lung cancer, he called Jim and there was apparently no reconciliation between them, as Jim asked David pointedly, "Were you in Dallas on that day"? David said, "Yes", and Jim hung the phone up. 
Web Link: 
Shawn Phillips is a musician. This is his website: http://www.shawnphillips.com
David Atlee Phillips in his book Secret Wars Diary (1989), in a footnote:

“I was an observer of Cuban and Soviet reaction when Lee Harvey Oswald contacted their embassies.” David Atlee Phillips died on July 7, 1988.


Web link http://jfkfacts.org/assassination/experts/phil-shenons-cruel-shocking-misinterpreation/#more-19123

His family tie to David Atlee Phillips is explained here: http://www.shawnphillips.com/james.html


Richard Helms when asked about Oswald’s connections to KGB or CIA: laughed and said “I don’t remember.”


Then there is former CIA director Richard Helms' ridiculous behavior - In 1978 former CIA Director Richard Helms exited from his executive-session testimony before the House Select Committee on Assassinations. He paused to talk with the press. Washington Post reporter George Lardner, Jr. described the encounter in his paper's August 10 edition:


Helms told reporters during a break that no one would ever know who or what Lee Harvey Oswald, named by the Warren Commission as Kennedy's assassin, represented. Asked whether the CIA knew of any ties Oswald had with either the KGB or the CIA, Helms paused and with a laugh said, "I don't remember." Pressed on the point, he told a reporter, "Your questions are almost as dumb as the Committee's."


J. Edgar Hoover to Billy Byars, Jr, son of Texas oil man Billy Byars, Sr; a close friend to Hoover:

"If I told you what I really know, it would be very dangerous to the country. Our whole political system could be disrupted."Hoover was responding to a question of whether Oswald really shot JFK.

Chief Justice Earl Warren:

"Full disclosure was not possible for reasons of national security." – 1964

Chief Justice Earl Warren -

“We may not know the whole story in our lifetime.”

George Smathers, LBJ's close friend, on what JFK had told him about not controlling the CIA:

"I remember him saying that the CIA frequently did things he didn't know about, and he was unhappy about it. He complained that the CIA was almost autonomous. He told me he believed the CIA had arranged to have Diem and Trujillo bumped off. He was pretty shocked about that. He thought it was a stupid thing to do, and he wanted to get control of what the CIA was doing." (The Assassinations,p. 329)

Dallas Police Chief Jesse Curry:

"We don`t have any proof that Oswald fired the rifle, and never did. Nobody`s yet been able to put him in that building with a gun in his hand." Jesse Curry

 [1] Dallas Morning News, 6 Nov 1969. Article by Tom Johnson.

o    Dallas Police Chief Curry, 11/24/63:

“We have been able to place this man in the building, on the floor at the time the assassination occurred. We have been able to establish the fact that he was at the window that the shots were fired from.” (WC, XXIV, 780)

http://www.history-matters.com/archive/jfk/wc/wcvols/wh24/html/WH_Vol24_0399b.htm (right side of page)

Web link: http://jfkfacts.org/dallas-police-chieff-jesse-curry-jfk-assassination-file/#comment-884139

Hale Boggs said that J. Edgar Hoover “lied his eyes out” to the Warren Commission

Hale Boggs came to completely reject the Warren Report


According to one of his friends: "Hale felt very, very torn during his work (on the Commission) ... he wished he had never been on it and wished he'd never signed it (the Warren Report)." Another former aide argued that, "Hale always returned to one thing: Hoover lied his eyes out to the Commission - on Oswald, on Ruby, on their friends, the bullets, the gun, you name it."

 Comments of Allen Dulles, Earl Warren John J. McCloy at first Warren Commission meeting:

At the first meeting of the newly constituted Warren Commission, Allen Dulles handed out copies of a book to help define the ideological parameters he proposed for the Commission's forthcoming work. American assassinations were different from European ones, he told the Commission. European assassinations were the work of conspiracies, whereas American assassins acted alone. Someone was alert enough to remind Dulles of the Lincoln assassination, when Lincoln and two members of his cabinet were shot simultaneously in different parts of Washington. But Dulles was not stopped for a second: years of dissembling in the name of "intelligence" were not to fail him in this challenge. He simply retorted that the killers in the Lincoln case were so completely under the control of one man (John Wilkes Booth), that the three killings were virtually the work of one man.
Dulles's logic here (or, as I prefer to call it, his paralogy) was not idiosyncratic, it was institutional. As we have seen, J. Edgar Hoover had already, by November 25, committed his own reputation and the Bureau to the conclusion that Oswald had done it, and acted alone. Chief Justice Warren knew this, yet said at the same meeting, "We can start with the premise that we can rely upon the reports of the various agencies that have been engaged in the investigation." John J. McCloy spoke for the extra-governmental establishment when he added that it was of paramount importance to "show the world that America is not a banana republic, where a government can be changed by conspiracy.”

Allen Dulles, while he was standing in front of the Texas School Depository Building on May 8, 1964 , “ I think we’d better not get into that [pause]area, you know.”

In response to this question: “Do you,can you say if you still think it was one man? Filmed by the NBC affiliate WBAP  on May 8, 1964

Allen Dulles: “ I think this record ought to be destroyed.”

Rex Bradford: “Warren Commissioner Allen Dulles, during a January 22, 1964, executive session at which the allegation that Lee Harvey Oswald was a paid informant for the FBI was discussed. The transcript was indeed destroyed, but an original court reporter’s tape was later recovered and the transcript re-made from it after a long legal battle brought by Harold Weisberg.”

Lyndon Johnson to Clare Luce Booth:

“Clare Booth Luce, admittedly no friend of LBJ, rode on thebus to the inaugural ball with him after the election. She pressed him to tellher why, after a year and a half of denials, he had agreed to accept secondplace on the ticket. ‘And he leaned close and said,’ Luce recalled, ‘Clare, I looked it up; one out of every four presidents has died in office. I’m a gamblin’ man, darlin’, and this is the only chance I got.’”

Jack Ruby on the role of Lyndon Johnson in the JFK assassination:

Jack: Everything pertaining to what's happening has never come to the surface. The world will never know the true facts, of what occurred, my motives. The people had, that had so much to gain and had such an ulterior motive for putting me in the  position I'm in, will never let the true facts come above board to the world. 
Reporter : Are these people in very high positions Jack?!
Jack : Yes. . . .
Jack: When I mentioned about Adlai Stevenson--"if he was vice president there would never have been an assassination of our beloved President Kennedy"--[and was] asked if he would explain it again, Ruby continued, Well, the answer is the man in office now.

Jack Ruby to Al Maddox while he was in jail:

"In order to understand the assassination, you have to read the book 'A Texas Looks at Lyndon.'"


Jack Ruby to his jailer:


“Now they're going to find out about Cuba.....the guns.....New Orleans and everything"


Dallas Police Chief Jesse Curry on Oswald:

* “We don’t have any proof that Oswald fired the rifle. No one has been able to put him in that building with a gun in his hand.” —Dallas Police Chief Jesse Curry, quoted by United Press International, November 5, 1969

Prescott Bush letter to Clover Dulles in 1969


Prescott Bush wrote Clover Dulles, the widow of Allen Dulles, in 1969 after the death of Allen Dulles and while the assassination of Robert Kennedy was still fresh. Note how BITTER Prescott Bush is toward the Kennedys over the Bay of Pigs ... do not underestimate the CIA's anger at John Kennedy over the Bay of Pigs - it is a big reason they assassinated him (and LBJ's desperate fears of exposure ...)


"He [Allen] tried to make a pleasant evening of it, but I was rather sick of heart, and angry too, for it was the Kennedy's that brought about the fiasco. And here they were making Allen to be the goat, which he wasn't and did not deserve. I have never forgiven them."




John J. McCloy’s view of the Constitution regarding the internment of Japanese Americans in WWII




..... The Constitution and constitutional safeguards it embraced were held in disdain by government officials. "Assistant Secretary of War [John] McCloy clearly stated his position: '[I]f it is a question of the safety of the country [and] the Constitution . . . . Why the Constitution is just a scrap of paper to me.'" (Hirase, pp. 149-150)

Richard Nixon knew the ugly truth about the JFK Assassination;

 I do not think Nixon was directly involved, but I think he was very aware that LBJ-CIA killed JFK:


Mark Tracy: http://mtracy9.tripod.com/kennedy.html :

Other facts linking Nixon to the JFK assassination emerged years later during the Watergate conspiracy, some of which were revealed by Nixon's former chief of staff, H. R. Haldeman in his memoir, The Ends of Power. Haldeman cites several conversations where Nixon expressed concern about the Watergate affair becoming public knowledge and where this exposure might lead. Haldeman writes:

"In fact, I was puzzled when he [Nixon] told me, 'Tell Ehrlichman this whole group of Cubans [Watergate burglars] is tied to the Bay of Pigs.' After a pause I said, 'The Bay of Pigs? What does that have to do with this [the Watergate burglary]?' But Nixon merely said, 'Ehrlichman will know what I mean,' and dropped the subject."

Later in his book, Haldeman appears to answer his own question when he says, "It seems that in all of those Nixon references to the Bay of Pigs, he was actually referring to the Kennedy assassination."

If Haldeman's interpretation is correct, then Nixon's instructions for him to, "Tell Ehrlichman this whole group of [anti-Castro] Cubans is tied to the Bay of Pigs," was Nixon's way of telling him to inform Ehrlichman that the Watergate burglars were tied to Kennedy's murder. (It should be noted that many Cuban exiles blamed Kennedy for the failure to overthrow Castro at the Bay of Pigs, pointing to Kennedy's refusal to allow the U.S. military to launch a full-scale invasion of the island.)

Haldeman also links the Central Intelligence Agency to the Watergate burglars and, by implication, to the Kennedy assassination. Haldeman writes, "...at least one of the burglars, [Eugenio] Martinez, was still on the CIA payroll on June 17, 1972 -- and almost certainly was reporting to his CIA case officer about the proposed break-in even before it happened [his italics]."

The other Watergate conspirators included ex-FBI agent G. Gordon Liddy, ex-CIA agents James McCord and E. Howard Hunt, and Bay of Pigs veterans Bernard Barker, Frank Sturgis and Virgilio Gonzales. E. Howard Hunt's relationship with the anti-Castro Cubans traces back to the early 1960s, to his days with the Central Intelligence Agency. As a CIA political officer and propaganda expert, Hunt helped plan the Bays of Pigs operation and also helped create the Cuban Revolutionary Council -- a militant anti-Castro organization. Hunt would later retire from the CIA (at least ostensibly) to become covert operations chief for the Nixon White House. [Note: Hunt maintained a working relationship with the Central Intelligence Agency even after his "retirement," obtaining camera equipment and disguises from the CIA's Technical Services Division for use in the Watergate burglary.]

Several reports over the years have placed Hunt in Dallas at the time of the Kennedy assassination. In 1974, the Rockefeller Commission concluded that Hunt used eleven hours of sick leave from the CIA in the two-week period preceding the assassination. Later, eyewitness Marita Lorenz testified under oath that she saw Hunt pay off an assassination team in Dallas the night before Kennedy's murder. (Hunt v. Liberty Lobby; U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida; 1985) Click to read transcript

In taped conversations with Haldeman, Nixon is obviously worried about what would happen if Hunt's involvement in the Watergate conspiracy came to light. Nixon says, "Of course, this Hunt, that will uncover a lot of things. You open that scab, there's a hell of a lot of things, and we feel that it would be very detrimental to have this thing go any further ... the President's belief is that this is going to open the whole Bay of Pigs thing up again." Click to Listen: Nixon instructs Haldeman on what to tell the CIA (text below)


NIXON: When you get in to see these people, say: "Look, the problem is that this will open the whole, the whole Bay of Pigs thing, and the President just feels that..." ah, I mean, without going into the details of, of lying to them to the extent to say that there is no involvement. But, you can say, "This is sort of a comedy of errors, bizarre," without getting into it, "The President's belief is that this is going to open the whole Bay of Pigs thing up again. And, ah because ah these people are playing for, for keeps and that they should call the FBI in and we feel that ... that we wish for the country, don't go any further into this case, period!"

Following instructions, Haldeman informed CIA Director Richard Helms of Nixon's concern that the Watergate investigation would "open the whole Bay of Pigs thing up again." Haldeman gives this account of what transpired next:

"Turmoil in the room. Helms, gripping the arms of his chair, leaning forward and shouting, 'The Bay of Pigs had nothing to do with this. I have no concern about the Bay of Pigs.'

"Silence. I just sat there. I was absolutely shocked by Helms' violent reaction. Again I wondered, what was such dynamite in the Bay of Pigs story?"

Eleven days after Hunt's arrest for the Watergate burglary, L. Patrick Gray, acting FBI Director, was called to the White House and told by Nixon aide John Ehrlichman to "deep six" written files taken from Hunt's personal safe. The FBI Director was told that the files were "political dynamite and clearly should not see the light of day." Gray responded by taking the material home and burning it in his fireplace. John Dean, council to the president, acted similarly by shredding Hunt's operational diary.

Futhermore, as former White House correspondent Don Fulsom reveals, "The newest Nixon tapes are studded with deletions -- segments deemed by government censors as too sensitive for public scrutiny. 'National Security' is cited. Not surprisingly, such deletions often occur during discussions involving the Bay of Pigs, E. Howard Hunt, and John F. Kennedy. One of the most tantalizing nuggets about Nixon's possible inside knowledge of JFK assassination secrets was buried on a White House tape until 2002. On the tape, recorded in May of 1972, the president confided to two top aides that the Warren Commission pulled off 'the greatest hoax that has ever been perpetuated.' Unfortunately, he did not elaborate."

John Kennedy to Malcolm Kilduff


“After I come back from Texas, that’s going to change. Vietnam is not worth another American life”. – John Kennedy


Bobby Kennedy:


"If the American people knew the truth about Dallas, there'd be blood in the streets."

[Talbot, Brothers, p. 268]

Frank Mankiewicz on the JFK Assassination & Robert Kennedy in comments to David Talbot:


Bobby said to me, ‘You look into this, read everything you can, so if it gets to a point where I can do something about this, you can tell me what I need to know,’” Mankiewicz recently told me. “I became an assassination buff. I came to the conclusion that there was some sort of conspiracy, probably between the Mob, anti-Castro Cuban exiles, and maybe rogue CIA agents. Every so often I would bring this up with Bobby. I told him who I thought was involved. But it was like he couldn’t focus on it, he’d get this look of pain or more like numbness on his face. It just tore him apart.”


Web link: http://www.salon.com/2003/11/22/conspiracy_6/



Richard Lubric to William Turner


In May of 1968, Richard Lubic, an aide to Robert Kennedy, called William Turner and told him, "After he's elected, Bobby's going to go. He's going to reopen the investigation."


Lyndon Johnson to the Joint Chiefs of Staff at a Christmas party in 1963,

soon after the JFK assassination


"Just let me get elected, and then you can have your war." [Stanley Karnow's Vietnam: A History, Viking, 1983, p. 326] Stanley Karnow’s source for that LBJ quote was Gen. Harold K. Johnson, the Army chief of staff.


Guy Bannister to Delphine Roberts about Lee Harvey Oswald:

“He’s with us. He’s associated with the office.”


            Guy Bannister was a former FBI guy, one of J. Edgar Hoover’s favorite agents, and he was running intelligence operations in New Orleans in summer 1963. Guy Bannister is saying Oswald is not a pro-Castro Marxist, but rather with the intelligence operations Bannister was running.


[Anthony Summers, Conspiracy, 1991 ed., p. 295]



Michael Hogan: http://jfkfacts.org/assassination/on-this-date/april-10-1963-oswald-tries-to-shoot-gen-walker/#comment-748420


§  What Gaeton Fonzi actually wrote(from the HSCA report submitted by Fonzi and Patricia Orr):

(498) “During another interview, Roberts told the committee that Oswald came into the office seeking employment and sometime later brought Marina in with him. Contrary to her statements in the initial interview, that she had never seen Oswald, she stated that she saw Oswald come into Banister’s office on several occasions. Because of such contradictions in Roberts’ statements to the committee and lack of independent corroboration of many of her statements, the reliability of her statements could not be determined.”

Interestingly, Fonzi wrote that Roberts “initially refused to speak with the committee staff.” He does not say what caused her to change her mind.




Lyndon Johnson, covering his tracks:

"I never believed that Oswald acted alone, although I can accept that he pulled the trigger."—Lyndon Johnson  (Johnson also told Senator Richard Russell that he did not believe in the single-bullet theory either.)

Jackie Kennedy on her Mistrust of Lyndon Johnson

One of JFK, Jr.'s best friends at the Phillips Academy was Meg Azzoni. In spring, 1977, she and John went to visit Jackie while Caroline was still at Harvard. Meg says: "Jackie told John and I at the 'break-the-fast' breakfast, 'I did not like or trust Lyndon Johnson.' No one said another word the whole meal in memorial contemplative silence."

[Meg Azzoni, "John F. Kennedy, Jr. to Meg Azzoni 11 Letters: Memories of Kennedys & Reflections on His Quest,” p. 52]

Jackie on how JFK and RFK were appalled at the idea of Lyndon Johnson ever being president

Jackie Kennedy in her oral history: "Bobby told me this later, and I know Jack said it to me sometimes. He said, 'Oh, God, can you imagine what would happen to the country if Lyndon was president?'" ... "He didn't like the idea that Lyndon would go on and be president because he was worried for the country. Bobby told me that he'd had some discussions with him. I forget exactly how they were planning or who they had in mind. It wasn't Bobby, but somebody. Do something to name someone else in '68"


Bobby Kennedy to Soviet envoy Georgi Bolshakov, during Cuban Missile Crisis:


"Godd*mn it, Georgi ... doesn't Premier Krushchev realize the President's position? Every step he takes to meet Premier Krushchev halfway costs my brother a lot of effort ... In a gust of blind hate, his enemies may go to any length, including killing him.”



"I'd rather my children red than dead."


John Kennedy to his teenage mistress MiMi Beardsley in 1962 at the peak of the Cuban Missile Crisis.


Senator Richard Russell, one of the seven Warren Commission members:


"[I] never believed that Lee Harvey Oswald assassinated President Kennedy without at least some encouragement from others ... I think someone else worked with him in the planning."


Dan Rather (CFR):


"We really blew it on the Kennedy assassination.” Today (2011)


Dan Rather, The Warren ReportPart 1, CBS Television (25th June, 1967) 
"The basic story pieced together by that Warren Commission Report on the assassination is this: A man named Lee Harvey Oswald crouched here in this dingy window of the Texas School Book Depository as the President passed below. Oswald, the Commission tells us, fired three shots. One missed. One struck both the President and Texas Governor John Connally, riding with him. The third killed the President. Oswald, the Report had it, hid his rifle over there, then ran down the stairs, left the building on foot, and hurried down Elm Street. He made his way to his rented room, picked up a revolver, and about twelve minutes later shot Police Officer J. D. Tippit."


New Orleans District Attorney Jim Garrison at his press conference on 12/26/67:


“President Johnson is currently the most active person in the country in protecting the assassins of John Kennedy.”


“President Johnson must have known by the time of the arrest that Oswald did not pull the trigger.”


“You are being fooled. Everyone in America is being fooled. The whole world is being fooled.”


“Why? Because of power – because if people knew the facts about the assassination they would not tolerate the people in power today. Keep in mind who profits most. Who appointed the Warren Commission? Who runs the FBI? Who runs the CIA? The President of the United States.”


Jim Garrison in his Playbody interview:


“President Kennedy died because he wanted peace.”


UPI dispatch from New Orleans dated 2/20/68,

Jim Garrison:


Jim Garrison accused Attorney General Ramsay Clark “doing his best to torpedo the case of the state of Louisiana” because “apparently it is felt in Washington that if the truth of President Kennedy’s murder can be kept concealed, President Johnson’s promotion to the presidency will appear more legitimate.”


2/21/68 Netherlands Television broadcast and interview of Jim Garrison


Jim Garrison: “President Kennedy was murdered by CIA elements. Those who were involved in the murder worked laboriously to give such a presentation that the suspicion would rest on others. This manner of organizing a murder is standard procedure within the CIA.


Joachim Joesten, The Dark Side of Lyndon Johnson, p. 267: “Garrison also said in this context that he had to assume that President Johnson knew that the CIA killed Kennedy because he appointed an investigation committee composed of mainly pro-CIA persons.”


Joachim Joesten (p. 267): “Garrison was quoted in the Dutch interview as saying that he had to speak out in Europe ‘because it is impossible in America. The U.S. press is controlled to such an extent by the CIA that we no longer can say the truth. They throttled us.’”


Joachim Joesen (p. 268): Garrison stated early in his inquiry, that in due course ‘every individual involved,’ including all accessories after the fact, would be arrested and brought to trial.

            ‘The only way they can escape is to kill themselves,’ he added significantly. He wasn’t just thinking of David Ferrie.

            If Lyndon B. Johnson has any brains left, he’ll blow them out before the law gets to him. That way he could at least escape the pinnacle of infamy and save his country from foundering in an abyss of national shame. [Joachim Joesten, The Dark Side of Lyndon Johnson, p. 268]


George White in a letter to Sid Gottlieb, describing his CIA experiences:



"I was a very minor missionary, actually a heretic, but I toiled wholeheartedly in the vineyards because it was fun, fun, fun. Where else could a red-blooded American boy lie, kill, cheat, steal, rape and pillage with the sanction and blessing of the All-Highest?"



Jean Hill, witness to the JFK assassination:


            “I received a death threat over the telephone and the man said they heard I had a book coming out, and that if I said anything in the book I would not live to enjoy it.”



Lyndon Johnson:

”Behind every success there is a crime”

LBJ to his mistress Madeleine Duncan Brown

Madeleine Brown tells of her next rendezvous with her lover at the Driskoll Hotel in Austin, which is even more revealing. It was a New Year's Eve party on December 31, 1963. Sipping bubbly champagne on the feather bed, she burst forth with what had obsessed her for the past six weeks. Again, we revert to her words:

"Lyndon, you know that a lot of people believe you had something to do with President Kennedy's assassination."

He shot up out the bed and began pacing and waving his arms screaming like a madman. I was scared.

"That's BS, Madeleine Brown!" he yelled. Don't tell me you believe that crap."

"Of course not," I answered meekly, trying to cool his temper.

"It was Texas oil and those !@#$% renegade intelligence !@#$%&$ in Washington."

"What are you talking about?" I asked, my eyes bulging.

Hell, that !@#--$%-#--!@#$% Irish Mafia Kennedy - with advice from the Invisible Government - came out for suicidal cuts in the oil depletion allowance. More than 280 million dollars per year! He stopped a half dozen mergers under the Anti-Trust Act. In `62's snag, the market dropped one hundred and thirty-seven billion !@#$% dollars. Steel fell fifty percent, and he had the impertinence to talk about `rollback' of prices or worse, a freeze. This was war, Madeleine, to some rich, fat cats in Texas you and I both know. He campaigned on an increased defense budget. Then he made plans to close fifty-two bases in 25 states, plus 25 overseas bases, and he was getting ready to quit in Southeast Asia. And for the first time in history, he had sent in one intelligence agency, the FBI, to dismember another agency, the CIA. America simply could not have this!"

"Who were the Texas oil men, Lyndon? Who are we talking about.?" I asked boldly.

He turned and looked me straight in the eyes with a cold glare, saying, "Behind every success there is a crime. Do you remember what I told you years ago, Madeleine? You see nothing, you hear nothing, you say nothing." As he stormed off to the bathroom, he added, "I can see that I've already told you too much. I should have listened to my own advice."

Madeleine Duncan Brown has no doubt that Lyndon told her the truth. She believes that LBJ and the Texas oil cartel did what they what they felt they had to do to protect their own interests.

Jack Ruby to journalist Tom Johnson:

It was the most bizarre conspiracy in the history of the world. It’ll come out a future date.”

Jack Ruby to journalist Tom Johnson



Robert MacNeil on conspiracies in general

We’ve seen revealed one conspiracy after another. Anybody would have to be a fool nowadays to dismiss conspiracies. Perhaps we lived in a fool’s paradise before the Kennedy assassination.” - Robert MacNeil of PBS

Daniel Patrick Moynihan: as quoted by Pat Speer:

"Moynihan's comments are not as well known, but in an article published in Oliver Stone's book on his film JFK, Moynihan claimed that the Warren Commission "was Lyndon Johnson at his worst; manipulative, cynical. Setting a chief justice of no great intellect to do a job that a corrupt FBI was well content should not be done well.""

In 1956 Texas Gov. Allan Shivers accused Lyndon Johnson of having Sam Smithwick murdered in prison to keep him from talking about the Precinct 13 ballot box scandal

“According to Johnson, in 1956, Governor Allan Shivers of Texas accused him of having had Smithwick murdered. The charge understandably enraged Johnson. [Robert Dallek, Lone Star Rising, p. 347]

I think that is pretty amazing for a governor of a state to accuse a senator, who he is quite familiar with, of murdering a man. In fact, I think that is an extremely significant insight into what those closest to Lyndon Johnson thought about him and what he was capable of. I think it is also significant that Allan Shivers supported LBJ, a man who he thought was a murderer, for president in 1960. It is  a commentary on the tyranny of power.


Clint Hill on the gaping hole in the back of JFK’s head

1.     Mr. HILL. The right rear portion of his head was missing. It was lying in the rear seat of the car. His brain was exposed. There was blood and bits of brain all over the entire rear portion of the car. Mrs. Kennedy was completely covered with blood. There was so much blood you could not tell if there had been any other wound or not, except for the one large gaping wound in the right rear portion of the head.
Warren Commission testimony of Secret Service Agent Clinton J. Hill, 1964


Marilyn Monroe liked JFK a lot more than Lyndon Johnson did:

"Marilyn Monroe is a soldier. Her commander-in-chief is the greatest and most powerful man in the world. The first duty of a soldier is to obey the commander-in-chief. He says do that, you to it."  - Marilyn Monroe speaking to her therapist.

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