reply to post by Bordon81
I'm not sure Kennedy was consciously trying to enlighten the "gullible" as you say.
Certainly, as pointed out by others in the thread, there was a fair amount of frustration coming out in the speech, that was understandable
considering what had recently transpired.
But, did he perhaps leave us some "bread-crumbs" to follow, even if he did so unwittingly?
Lots of people think so. His choice of words was unusual, unexpected, but specific enough, to have caused a bit of a storm, most especially if taken
out of context.
But, the speech, on it's face was about much more, and it was probably easy to allow the pointed reference to Masonry (that's what I believe it
was), to leave it alone, especially considering the perception of bigger fish to fry, such as the big-bad Soviets.
How about this: Let's consider the possibility that Kennedy had just gone through the horrific Bay of Pigs betrayal, and after his own immediate
investigation, come out the other end having concluded that Masonry was looking like the "common denominator". Again, consider the idea for a
How would he act in that case? Would he grab the first microphone, and scream at the world that a "Masonic conspiracy" had just made him look like
a fool? That "they" were trying to undermine his Administration?
If he believed such a thing had taken place, no, that's the last thing he would have done. He might have even thought he would be playing into their
plans if he did that, considering he was a Catholic president, and people could easily have said he had an axe to grind, and that he was failing to
take responsibility, etc.
Instead, he largely took responsibility, and went on defense, trying to get the Press behind him, in spite of the recent fiasco, sort of coming to
them on bended knee, with his famous speech.
It may have worked too, which may have only served to complicate matters as things got closer to the Missile Crisis, and ultimately, to the
Most I think believe that the Press did treat him fairly well, so much so that his own father, Joe Kennedy is reported to have made a remark about how
his son could land in a pile of sh**, and still come out smelling like a rose. Even Pops was amazed after Bay of Pigs, and further remarked that it
was good that it happened early in his son's career, because now he could go forward on more solid footing.
But getting back to the speech, I think is very possible, considering the level of Kennedy's frustration, that he did at least want to let "them"
know, even if in a somewhat veiled manner, sort of putting them on notice.
Now, let's look at it from the other side. What if "they" took his notice seriously. Perhaps they were irritated that his Administration was
apparently getting a pass from the Press, after the engineered Bay of Pigs incident, that "worked", but Kennedy was too politically savvy to allow
it to destroy him. Maybe he would have been allowed to live too, but what if the reality was that he sort of "declared war" on them, in which case,
it would be incumbent upon them to not back down. Maybe they even needed to draw a line, send a message, to make sure future upstarts didn't get any
And don't forget, some of the actions that his brother RFK was taking, were indeed beginning to look like a "war" was going to be waged by these
titans (which is why he couldn't live either).
Here's the other thing I've been waiting to say, to perhaps add a bit to what network dude
started to allude to earlier. Yes, the
, and those powers that be, behind that throne, undoubtedly had something to do with terminating Kennedy.
I'm not saying this to let Masonry off the hook, sorry, not just yet, but it's part of the bigger story.
Perhaps some out there are collectors, of coins, or stamps, currency maybe? There is a famous note, the $100 denomination 1966 red seal, and it is
known by collectors as the "Assassination Note"
. The reason why is because Kennedy arranged for it's issue, before he died. While dated
after his death, it was quickly taken out of circulation by the banksters, because it had an embarrassing message on it's face.
This $100 bill was the first since 1934 that said "United States Note" across the top. What? No "Federal Reserve"?? Oh my. What could happen
if people began looking at the bills in their pocket, and questioning if they even needed a Federal Reserve at all? That would not do.
Today, it's a harder bill to locate, and might cost you a couple hundred bucks, if you can even find one, maybe on eBay. Not just a great piece of
history, but perhaps "physical" evidence that there were motives out there for killing a president, that had the balls to go up against such a huge
Is this Fed thing "enough" motive to account for the assassination, by itself.
Is it enough to account for the Warren Commission white-washing the whole thing?
I don't think so. Most Americans don't think so either.
And so, what does that leave us with, especially in regards to Masonry? Pretty much the same questions that I raised in my previous post.
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