reply to post by Rising Against
Ok, you misundertood me because I wasn't clear. I DON'T think your facts are wrong. In fact I think your research is very well documented and tought
I simply think that's NOT the bigger picture. You may point to real problems but not the decisive factor in JFK's death.
It's like focusing on a stolen $50 watch in a robbery when a million dollar painting has also disappeared.
The investigation on the missing watch may be well done but lead to a consumer that profited of the chaos to steal the watch. While we (or the media)
focus(es) on this guy, the 'real' culprits still are at large and being forgotten since nobody speaks about or are looking for them.
We can find plenty of reasons why JFK could have been killed. It has been done, your contribution included. Even participants may have believed they
acted on justifications that were not the 'real' ones. There are always different layers in this kind of story. At each layer, players are fed with
the justification that suits them better in order for them to comply yet stay oblivious to the truth and the powers behind the scene.
But, usually, the simplest way to understand is to ask oneself what is the worst thing(s) he's done? To whom? Who profited the most from his death?
And who are the most powerfull players he caused damage to.
This does not necessarily mean that they are always the culprits since someone else with opportunity, means and will, may have beaten them to the
punch but it's a fairly good indicator.
Many people wanted him dead for different reasons, yet one of his last speeches was the famous anti-secrecy/secret society ones. Days before his
death. One has to wonder.
One could say that he woke up too late, others that it was a stupid move (maybe he knew his life was coming to an end anyway) or that he should have
embraced their agenda instead of trying to fight it.
Still, it's more likely his recent (more or less open war) against the secret elite that got him in the end, not simply project Amworld.