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To a younger person that wasn't around back then I must say that the whole era had the aura of being some constructed NAzi youth like brainwashing going on at a massive scale. There was subliminals in commercials, radio programs, etc..
As long as the truth is suppressed by the APATHY of the GENERATION AT FAULT, the boomers, the smiles and high fives by those that overthrew our nation will continue.
Why can't those older have the COURAGE and Fortitude to do anything, even if 50 years too late.
reply to post by John_Rodger_Cornman
Interesting vids, but Johnson doesn't admit he was in on the assassination. He does question the findings of the Warren Commission, which is pretty big news in itself that apparently CBS and Cronkite left out of the final interview at Johnson's request. Hard to explain why the Cronkite would leave such major news on the cutting room floor, except it was a different era, or he, "the most trusted man in America", in the long run shouldn't be completely trusted.
No instead he clearly looks like he would like to name a name, that he knows something he is holding back, I bet the interview never aired because he was afraid of what he said, someone would not like his hints.
Again, I can't imagine how anyone could look at the links in my first post and accuse Baby Boomers of being apathetic. They were anything but.
Contrast that with what's happening today. A few "occupy" protests is nothing in comparison. While the police have become an abusive military, the government spies on us all, ignores the Constitution, takes our homes away, and bails out billionaires, the current generation does next to nothing. Yet the blame for all of our ills gets aimed at the people who actually fought against these very things and actually made a difference, at least for a couple of decades.
Former CIA agent and CIA director laughs at the idea of the "lone gun man". Gerald ford helped cover up the coup along with others.