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JFK Assassinated by Vietnamese Loyalist Forces

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posted on Jul, 8 2004 @ 12:40 AM
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JFK Assassinated by Vietnamese Loyalist Forces

In 1963, JFK DIRECTLY ordered the CIA to orchestrate a Military Coup against President Diem. Kennedy also ORDERED the assassination of Diem in this coup, and payed $US 20 Million to the perpetrators.
Diem knew that the CIA intended to assassinate him and gave INTERNATIONAL PUBLICITY to the coming assassination (see the MANY Newspaper articles related to this). For a Book reference, consult page 338-339 of “Government and Revolution in Vietnam”, by D.J. Duncanson (London 1968).
Diem was assassinated by the CIA on 1 November 1963.
en.wikipedia.org...
THREE WEEKS LATER, on 22 November 1963, JFK was assassinated by Diem’s men.
en.wikipedia.org...
And so, the stakes were raised, and Nam became a proving ground for Agent Orange, Chemical Land Mines, and the CIA even went as far as meticulously PLANNING Thermonuclear attacks on Vietnam.

Here’s the “official spin”, from the NSA Archives;
www.gwu.edu...

I would say to the NSA – “you’re a bunch of bloody liars…”
Then, I would say, the truth is more like this;
From;
ourworld.cs.com...
“When Kennedy learned South Vietnam's dictator Ngo Diem had been murdered by a coup, against his express wishes, he was outraged. Kennedy was no fan of Diem's, but he did not want to see him murdered. General Maxwell Taylor wrote that upon learning of Diem's death JFK "leaped to his feet and rushed from the room with a look of shock and dismay on his face" (18:334). Senator George Smathers reported that Kennedy blamed the CIA for Diem's murder. According to Smathers, Kennedy said he had to "do something about" the CIA and that the Agency should be stripped of its exorbitant power (18:334-335). Kennedy backed the coup, admittedly, but these reports, and others, suggest he did not intend for Diem to be killed in the process.”

This probably isn’t a new theory, but it IS a very SOUND one…
What do you think?






 
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