posted on Nov, 29 2003 @ 12:46 AM
by Michael C. Ruppert
November 26, 2003 100 PDT (FTW) -- To those with long-suffering sacrifice in the field of assassination research, the fortieth anniversary of the
death of JFK must seem like a bad dream that has finally ended. There are many lessons from the barrage of JFK anniversary programming, from JFK's
death itself, and from the murder of his brother Robert, which show that physical evidence - as obvious and as glaring as it might be - has never
before succeeded in overturning an established government lie in the minds of the people. That awareness was with me on 9/11 and it remains validated
by experience in the post-9/11 world.
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