Tuesday, May 17, 2016

The Day They Killed Kennedy

Paul Craig Roberts on JFK:
Unlike most presidents, Kennedy was able to break with the conventional thinking of the time.From his experience with the Bay of Pigs, Cuban Missile Crisis, and the Joint Chiefs’ “Operation Northwoods,” Kennedy concluded that CIA Director Allen Dulles and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Lemnitzer were both crazed by anti-communism and were a danger to Americans and the world.

Kennedy removed Dulles as CIA director, and he removed Lemnitzer as Chairman of the Joint Chiefs, thus setting in motion his own assassination. The CIA, the Joint Chiefs, and the Secret Service concluded that JFK was “soft on communism.” So did the Bill Buckley conservatives.
JFK was assassinated because of anti-communist hysteria in the military and security agencies.The Warren Commission was well aware of this. The coverup was necessary because America was locked into a Cold War with the Soviet Union. To put US military, CIA, and Secret Service personnel on trial for murdering the President of the United States would have shaken the confidence of the American people in their own government. (Read more.)

1 comment:

julygirl said...

When I think of the brutal, murderous, dictators all around the world over the years who have thrived and grown rich raping their countries, compared to our American presidents who suffered assassinations and near assassinations, it is chilling.