The anniversary of the assassination of John F. Kennedy rolled around again last Thursday, and, as expected, the same old conspiracy theories were trotted out, but there are a few points that are rarely mentioned.
It is often said that Kennedy was killed because he challenged the powers that be.
In 1963, shortly before his death, Kennedy had decided to withdraw U.S. troops from Vietnam because military experts had convinced him that the war was unwinnable.
Obviously, the major shareholders of the corporations of the military-industrial complex were not pleased with this move.
After Lyndon B. Johnson succeeded Kennedy as president, he gave orders to escalate the war.
U.S. troops remained in Vietnam for about 10 more years, and the military-industrial complex earned billions upon billions of dollars, which was the major shareholders’ goal in the first place. They didn’t care who won the military conflict. They were only interested in winning the economic side of the Vietnam War.
Three future U.S. presidents, Lyndon B. Johnson, Richard Nixon, and George H.W. Bush, were in Dallas on November 22, 1963, the day Kennedy was assassinated.
It is said that this strange coincidence was actually arranged to give the future presidents a stark warning of what would happen to them if they disobeyed orders.
Johnson was sworn in as president shortly after the assassination.
Nixon said he was in Dallas on November 22, 1963 but left town shortly before the assassination. However, according to other accounts, Nixon was attending a meeting of the Pepsi Cola Company at the time the shots were fired, representing the Pepsi Cola Company’s law firm Mudge, Rose, Nixon et al.
George H.W. Bush said he couldn’t remember where he was on the day of the assassination and that he was not a member of the CIA in 1963. However, in an FBI phone memo dated November 22, 1963, he said he was proceeding to Dallas and would stay there until November 23.
When another FBI document surfaced, dated November 29, 1963, which mentioned a certain “George Bush of the CIA”, George H.W. Bush said that another “George Bush of the CIA” was the person the document was referring to. When the other “George Bush of the CIA” was located, he said the document was actually referring to George H.W. Bush.
Kennedy also gave the order to issue new United States Notes, which angered the dark forces that control the Federal Reserve System, which controls the Federal Reserve Note currency.
In addition, Kennedy issued Executive Order 11110, which enabled the U.S. Treasury Department to print silver certificates, bypassing the Federal Reserve System.
It should come as no surprise that the people who own the Federal Reserve System are the same people who own the military-industrial complex.
According to Wikipedia:
“A United States Note is a fiat paper currency that was issued directly into circulation by the United States Department of the Treasury.”
“The primary difference between the United States Note and the Federal Reserve Note is that a United States Note is created by the government directly as a bill of credit, and thus there is no interest for the government to pay for the creation of that dollar. A Federal Reserve Note, on the other hand, is bank currency, and the U.S. has to pay interest on the treasury bonds that it gives the Federal Reserve System in exchange for the right to produce a like quantity of Federal Reserve Notes. This, in turn, increases the tax burden on the people. Abraham Lincoln advocated the use of United States Notes because they avoid the usury and debt multiplication aspects of debt-based currencies, and thus save the government immense sums of interest. Thomas Jefferson also believed that the issuing power of money should rest with the U.S. Treasury, and not the private banks. He noted in the debate over The Re-charter of the Bank Bill (1809) that, ‘…the issuing power should be taken from the banks and restored to the people to whom it properly belongs.’”
A limited number of United States Notes were still issued until 1971, but none have been placed into circulation since.
Since U.S. citizens are paying taxes to the U.S. government to pay for their own national currency, it can be said that the United States is a colony of the cabal of bankers who own the private banks that own the branch banks of the Federal Reserve System.
Although Kennedy was seeking power for himself, his decision to issue United States Notes and silver certificates was a step toward independence from the Federal Reserve System.
After all this, the secret government could no longer tolerate Kennedy’s power plays and the decision was made to assassinate him.
The CIA was tasked with carrying out the deed, and Lee Harvey Oswald was set up as the fall guy.
After the assassination, Oswald said, “I’m a patsy.”
Lee Harvey Oswald was killed by Jack Ruby on November 24, 1963, two days after the Kennedy assassination, and Ruby died in prison in 1967.
The people who carried out this operation don’t like loose ends.
The Warren Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy endorsed the Lone Gunman Theory, which is largely dependent on the Magic Bullet Theory.
The Magic Bullet Theory postulates that a single bullet fired by Lee Harvey Oswald from the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository passed through Kennedy’s neck, the chest and wrist of Texas Governor John Connally, who was sitting in the limousine with Kennedy, and then embedded itself in Connally’s thigh, causing all of the non-fatal wounds to Kennedy and Connally.
The Warren Commission Report said the fatal head wound that killed Kennedy was caused by another bullet.
Connally’s wife Nellie Connally, who was sitting beside her husband when the shots that hit Kennedy and Connally were fired, never believed the Magic Bullet Theory.
In January 1979, a special U.S. House of Representatives Assassinations Committee reported that a second assassin may also have fired a shot and that there may have been a conspiracy.
There is evidence that the shot that killed Kennedy was fired from in front of him, whereas Oswald was in the Texas School Book Depository, which was behind the presidential limousine.
Dr. Robert McClelland, a physician working at the Parkland Memorial Hospital emergency room, described a massive wound in the back of Kennedy’s head. Some experts have said the size of the wound indicates it was an exit wound, and thus the true assassin would have been positioned in front of the presidential limousine.
Evidence of CIA involvement is provided by a photo of three bums on the grassy knoll near Dealey Plaza, the site of the assassination. It turns out that two of the three bums have an uncanny resemblance to CIA agents E. Howard Hunt and Frank Sturgis, who later gained notoriety for their role in the Watergate scandal.
So, it seems that Kennedy was assassinated for challenging the power of the people who own the Federal Reserve System and the military-industrial complex, and specifically for challenging their control of the currency and monetary policy.
This might seem like an outlandish theory, but it’s not more outlandish than the Magic Bullet Theory.