First, Mr. Marrs, I would like to thank you for the time and commitment you have made to Above Top Secret and our membership. It's a distinct honor
to have you "aboard" and it's a genuine pleasure to be able to address you on this great site. Thank you.
I can hardly wait for the release of you next book. I'm certain that I will be able to put more of the pieces of the puzzle together (as well as find
even more pieces to puzzle over).
Long ago, I'd linked the JFK, RFK and the MLK assassinations together. But, frankly, I don't know why. Call it "intuition" but, when viewed
together, one can "see" a much larger force acting behind the scenes. It's something that I've ranted and raved about with family and friends
seemingly forever. Of course, I've always been dismissed because, well, because for most people, it just sounds "nuts". Some people just aren't
"ready for the truth".
In a previous post, you said something that, when mentioned to family and friends, gave them pause and even made them to consider that "something",
indeed, was amiss.
Originally posted by Jim Marrs
. Recall that Perot said he dropped out because of fears over the safety to his family. What force was to be feared if the Secret Service, FBI, CIA
and the U.S. military were there to protect him and his family? Think about that.
Frankly, this statement certainly would make anyone but the most obtuse to stop and think.
Ross Perot's independent presidential campaign certainly "shook up" the status quo. Just as Perot had questioned the way General Motors did
business, he questioned the way the U.S. government did business. Ross Perot may not have been elected but he certainly would have been destined to
become a critic of government who "could not be ignored". Furthermore, he would have established a legitimate third party -- a clear threat to the
two party system monopolized by the Republicans and the Democrats.
I clearly remember how this tenacious man brought a practical, business savvy manner to the "game of politics". He had brought a sense of genuine
fresh air to the 1992 presidential campaign, a sense of candor that could not be ignored and one that might have been destined to cause "real
change" to the way things were done. Then, all of a sudden, Ross Perot withdrew from the presidential race with only the vaguest of explanations.
To my knowledge, Ross Perot has never elaborated upon his resignation from the 1992 presidential campaign nor has he made any clarification about the
reason he gave for that resignation. Do you, Mr. Marrs, have any additional information on this puzzling chapter of American politics than what is