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Originally posted by Rising Against
reply to post by brill
just because the books and general consensus say he was good, and the same goes for Lincoln/JFK, doesn't mean they are.
And at the end of the day, Obama may not be remembered in a positive light if an assassination similar to JFK did indeed take place. I just feel that history repeats itself and he most probably would be. I guess there really is no saying what will happen until it happens.
John F kennedy was unpopular?? thats funny./.everyone i knew old school where i live, old people, and the newer generation in chat rooms, ALL said john f kenendy was the man
Originally posted by RUSSO
He actually played out a fantasy of how he could be killed on the plane heading for Dallas on the day of his assassination. Creepy or what? He was a really special guy.
Why release this information now? I wonder if this info is to reinforce the idea that Kennedy premature death made he a mith or this information is just to erase some theories about him being trying to interfere in the interests of powerful people.
JFK speech about secret societies wich led to his DEATH and MURDER:
Makes you wonder who really killed RFK.
Originally posted by goah6
The world changed when Humans developed space flight. First contact with extraterrestrial civilizations, and the possible exposure of their presence around Earth, could have been the real motive.
Hey, I was wondering if you had any links about Bobby being "THE" problem?
This decision by Robert Kennedy to take on Lyndon B. Johnson caused Jackie Kennedy great concern. A few days after Kennedy announced his candidacy, Jackie said to Arthur Schlesinger at a dinner party in New York: “Do you know what I think will happen to Bobby?” When Schlesinger replied that he didn’t, she said: “The same thing that happened to Jack.”
It is the view of William W. Turner that Robert Kennedy intended to reopen the investigation into the death of his brother once he had been elected president: “Throughout the primary (in California), Bobby Kennedy was asked by audiences whether he would reopen the investigation of his brother’s death if elected. He hedged, saying he would not reopen the Warren Report, but remained silent on the question of whether he would take action on his own. RFK was a pragmatist, if anything, knowing that he had to control the Justice Department to launch a new probe.”