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Lots of people wanted him dead. I also heard that Kennedy refused Israeli request for weapons grade uranium. LBJ did it shortly after becoming President.
The limp-waisted marxist press hated Nixon with a passion because he helped put one of their fellow travelers, Alger Hiss, in the slammer.
Then again, there's compelling evidence against Oswald. He owned the Mannlicher Carcano rifle found in the Book Depository.
The evidence is also overwhelming that Oswald left the depository after the shooting, went to his apartment, retrieved his revolver and then shot and killed Dallas Police Officer J.D. Tippit in Oak Cliff, not far from the theater where he was arrested.
Lastly - how did Nixon learn who killed Kennedy? When the assassination happened in November 1963, Nixon was a private citizen. Did someone in the CIA leak it to him? Or did he learn it when he took office in 1969? Or, perhaps he (like many others) simply surmised that the CIA killed Kennedy.
Something Tucker leaves out is that on June 23, 1972, six days after the Watergate break-in, Nixon met with his chief of staff, H.R. Haldeman. In that conversation, Nixon asked Haldeman to go to Richard Helms, head of the CIA and get him to obstruct the FBI's fledgling Watergate investigation. Nixon told Haldeman, "Say, Look, the problem is that this will open the whole, the whole Bay of Pigs thing..." Most people believe that what Nixon means by the "Bay of Pigs thing" is the Kennedy assassination.
Daniel Ellsberg lit the fuse that exploded as "Watergate" with his release of the "utterly useless" Pentagon Papers. Without Ellsberg, there would have been no "Plumbers," and there would have been no Watergate.
At all relevant times, Ellsberg had "higher than Top Secret" clearances. In league with two of the major CIA Operation Mockingbird mouthpieces, the New York Times and the Washington Post, Ellsberg leaked the documents with the singular knowing intention of getting E. Howard Hunt and G. Gordon Liddy moved into position in the White House and Nixon administration in order to launch the CIA hoax that the world knows as "Watergate."
A key part of the scheme was for the CIA to work with Hunt and Liddy to stage a phony "break-in" in September 1971 at the office of CIA-linked psychiatrist Dr. Lewis Fielding in Beverly Hills, supposedly to get hold of Ellsberg's psychiatric files. Ostensibly, Ellsberg had previously been a "patient" of Fielding. The actual and only intent of the staged "break-in" was to give Ellsberg a guaranteed "Get Out of Jail Free" card that would be melodramatically played years later, with great fanfare.
It was carefully arranged so that no trier of fact ever would even have an opportunity to try the "merits" or facts of the case of the alleged "break-in" of Fielding's office --- and it's a good thing, because even a cursory inspection of the "facts" surrounding the event proves beyond the slightest shade of doubt that both Ellsberg and Fielding were entirely in on the fraud with the CIA, Hunt, Liddy, and the Cuban CIA veterans who were brought in to stage it.
The full context is covered thoroughly in my book, Watergate: The Hoax, but the publishers have kindly made the chapter dealing specifically with the Fielding farce freely available as an excerpt, here:
CIA Crimes: 1971Daniel Ellsberg and The Fielding Farce:
Six weeks before the assassination, Lee Harvey Oswald went to Mexico City to attempt to get a visa to go to Cuba.
I am getting ready to take a trip down a serious rabbit hole with a book that posits a relationship between the CIA and Charles Manson.
Every shooting of a President in the US besides maybe Lincoln was done by a lone nut.
By far the best book I ever read on Watergate and Nixon was a book that came out over 30 years ago called:
"Silent Coup: The Removal of a President", still available. Was written by two investigative reporters that had a lot of information never covered by the MSM and a lot of background on Bob Woodward, who was a former Naval Intelligence briefer to the Joint Chiefs and he had a lot of interaction with the National Security Council at the White House early in Nixon's first term, and he had no background at all as a news reporter when he got a job at the Post.
The World Economic Forum is the "intellectuals" telling us we know what is better for you.
I wonder what kind of blackmail they held over his head to force him to step down?
The simple fact that he hosts demonised works like The Iron Curtain Over America and Germany's War are enough for me to fully support his, though. That's shit that needs to be mandatory reading in schools. The fact that it isn't tells you everything you need to know.
Yeah, and I guess it wasn't really Lee Harvey Oswald who was seen sneaking into the Texas Theater, which was a half mile from the site of the Tippit murder, right?
After HARVEY Oswald was taken out the front of the theater, Capt. Westbrook told Lt. Cunningham to take the names and addresses of all theater patrons, which would have included the name and address of the young man that he and Detective Toney had just questioned in the balcony. Not surprisingly, this list disappeared, along with the name of the young man arrested in the balcony and theater patrons who could have identified him.
Butch Burroughs, the theater concessionaire, said that he saw two different young men arrested in the Texas Theater. Burroughs saw HARVEY Oswald arrested in the lower section and then, "three or four minutes later," he watched as the Dallas police arrested "an Oswald lookalike." Burroughs added that the second man arrested "looked almost like Oswald, like he was his brother or something." The young man was handcuffed and escorted by police out the rear of the Texas Theater and into the alley. Was Capt. Westbrook was likely one of the police officers who escorted LEE Oswald, in handcuffs, out the rear of the theater? Very likely.
Bernard Haire, owner of a hobby shop two doors east of the theater, saw police escort a young man, in handcuffs, out the rear of the theater. Police put the young man into a squad car and drove away.
For the next 25 years Mr. Haire thought he had seen the arrest of Lee Harvey Oswald. Bernard Haire and Butch Burroughs saw police take a young man (LEE Oswald) out the back of the theater. Who, if not Captain Westbrook, had reason to escort LEE Oswald out of the back of the theater? And who at the Texas theater, if not Capt. Westbrook, had the authority to quickly release this young man and make sure that no police report was filed? Who, if not Capt. Westbrook?
After the young man was taken out the rear of the theater, Bernard Haire saw him placed into a squad car. As the senior police officer at the Texas Theater Capt. Westbrook could have explained to fellow officers that the suspect in the murder of Officer Tippit had been arrested and was being driven to police headquarters. The man taken out the back of the theater had been arrested by mistake, and was to be released. To avoid public criticism for arresting and handcuffing the wrong man, Westbrook may have simply told fellow police officers to forget about this incident.
Not surprisingly there is not a single police report relating to a suspect, or anyone, escorted by police out the rear of the Texas Theater, just like there is no report of the 2nd Oswald wallet displayed by Capt. Westbrook to fellow police officers at 10th & Patton (the scene of the Tippit shooting).
The young man in handcuffs was driven away in a police car, but was not taken to the police station. Where did he go? Who was driving the police car? The young man (LEE Oswald) may have been driven to or near the El Chico parking lot 6 blocks north of the theater, where a red Ford Falcon was waiting.
Across the street from the El Chico parking lot was Mack Pate's garage, where T. F. White, a career auto mechanic, was listening to the news and to the many police sirens. White soon noticed a young man sitting in a red Ford Falcon, with the engine running, across the street in the El Chico parking lot. After watching the car for a while, Mr. White walked across the street and from about 10-15 feet got a good look at the driver before the car raced out of the parking lot.
Mr. White wrote down the Texas license plate number of the car: PP4537. After seeing HARVEY Oswald's picture on television later that afternoon, Mr. White realized the man he saw in the car was "Lee Harvey Oswald". But what Mr. White did not realize was that when he saw LEE Oswald sitting in the red Ford Falcon, the man he had seen on television (HARVEY Oswald) was sitting in jail at police headquarters.
The rear license plate on the car, seen by Mr. White, was not registered to a red Ford Falcon. The license plate was registered to a 1957 blue Plymouth that belonged to Carl Mather, a very close friend of Officer Tippit, the man who LEE Oswald had shot and killed only an hour earlier. The TDPS (Texas Dept. of Public Safety) provides two license plates for each vehicle--one for the front and one for the back side of a vehicle. Someone removed one, or perhaps both, of the license plate(s) from Carl Mather's 1957 Plymouth and put at least one of those plates on the back side of the red Ford Falcon driven by LEE Oswald and seen in the El Chico parking lot by Mr. White.
Whoever removed the license plate(s) from Mather's car, and their reason for removing the license plate(s) from a vehicle owned by a close friend of Officer Tippit, remains unknown.
On 12/4/63 Wes Wise (future mayor of Dallas) was giving a talk at the Exchange Club in Oak Cliff. Auto repair shop owner Mac Pate was in the audience and later told Wise that LEE Harvey Oswald was seen by one of his employees sitting in a red 1961 Ford Falcon across the street from his auto repair shop around 2:00 PM on 11/22/63. Wise then met with Pate's mechanic, T.F. White, the man who had seen Oswald sitting in the red Ford Falcon. Wise then contacted the Texas Dept of Public Safety, and was given information about the car to which license plate PP4357 was assigned. Wise then contacted and was interviewed by the FBI--all on the same day (https://harveyandlee.net/Tippit/Wes_Wise....).
And Oswald didn't work in the Book Depository, right?
He didn't leave right after the shooting, right?
And he wasn't arrested a half mile from where Tippit was killed?
He didn't go to his rooming house, which is where his .38 was stored?
Yes, every single fact in the case is disputed - I've read all the books.
Do I believe Kennedy was killed as the result of a conspiracy? Yes. Do I believe that everything about Oswald was faked and it was a MASSIVE conspiracy involving every agency of the federal government? No....
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