JFK Assassination

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Who Killed Kennedy?

I agree with the official verdict: Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone
1
13%
The CIA and/or FBI (with or without Oswald being an accomplice or a scapegoat)
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No votes
The Mafia (feeling betrayed and affected with deportation by the Kennedys
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No votes
Anti-Castro Cuban groups (feeling abandoned and betrayed by the US government)
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No votes
Lyndon B Johnson (having felt embarrassed (vice presidency) by the Kennedy campaign
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No votes
The Secret Service (for whatever reason that we are not aware of)
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No votes
The Communists (Cuba and/or the Soviet Union)
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No votes
A Coalition of some or all of the above potential conspirators
3
38%
A Shadow Government, eg. the Illuminati, Zionists
1
13%
Other (please specify)
3
38%
 
Total votes: 8

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Re: JFK Assassination

Postby deschainXIX » 13 Jul 2014 17:59

Oh, and by the way, there is an absolutely great book called "11/22/63" by Stephen King that I think everyone would enjoy reading. He spent days researching the entire event, even visiting the Dallas Library on Dealey Plaza and several other places, doing interviews with Oswald's wife and others.
Well said.

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Re: JFK Assassination

Postby deschainXIX » 13 Jul 2014 18:16

SGMGI wrote:I think that It was the Communists, as Lee had lived in Russia for a period of time before the assasination, but i think that he was most definatly not acting alone.


Oswald was a born and bred American, but he had a love for communism. The Soviets actually kicked Oswald out of their country because the man was insane, and attempted suicide. He abused his wife (whom he met in Russia and took home to America), considered hijacking a plane and flying it to Cuba, tried to assassinate General Edwin Walker long before JFK even knew JFK was coming to Dallas, and loved playing the roles of serial killers in Russian plays.
And then he killed a policeman while attempting to flee, which proves that he was indeed a killer and not a patsy.
Dallas loved JFK when he came riding through their town. It makes perfect sense that a Texan (Jack Ruby) would kill the man who assassinated him while Oswald was in custody, especially a man who operated a nightclub in a town where everyone carries six-shooters on their hips and bar fights are a part of the scenery.
Well said.

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Re: JFK Assassination

Postby Summerlander » 14 Jul 2014 01:06

@Snaggle: The Russians had no reason to kill Kennedy? Are you sure, my friend? I'm not saying the Russians did it for sure but for someone to say they had no bones to pick with the US shows how little one knows about the Cold War and the nations that were involved. My mother comes from Angola, a nation that bore one of the longest civil wars and certainly the most internecine battles of the Cold War involving the world's superpowers. Do your research, mate and then come and tell me what is so atrocious about what I've posted here so far...

You may start here:
http://www.world-of-lucid-dreaming.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=11&t=14787

For a conspiracy theorist and a guy who believes nightmares kill people you are unbelievable!

@deschain: Very plausible. What do you think about the Warren committee investigation? ;-)

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Re: JFK Assassination

Postby deschainXIX » 14 Jul 2014 02:38

I haven't read it, of course, but that was the official US verdict, correct? The conclusion that Oswald acted alone ultimately rules out any outside agency, right? Other than our own government, of course. Because ... why would they lie about, say, the Russians killing Kennedy? They'd have nothing to gain from that, from what I can tell.
Well said.

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Re: JFK Assassination

Postby Summerlander » 14 Jul 2014 18:36

If you read about it, you will be struck with their obvious incompetency which is suspect. They probably wouldn't lie about the Russians but Lyndon Johnson, the CIA, and the FBI? That's a different story. And they certainly would cover up the Mafia's involvement, too! The US government shouldn't be conspiring with mobsters against a socialist banana republic in the first place... :twisted:
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Re: JFK Assassination

Postby deschainXIX » 15 Jul 2014 00:13

Hmm interesting. I'd read it but I honestly don't really care enough about JFK to read a 800 paged document :lol: . Too many other things to read. Maybe I'll check out a synopsis or something.
Well said.

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Re: JFK Assassination

Postby Summerlander » 16 Jul 2014 01:19

Hey, you can't do that! LoL! :-D

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Re: JFK Assassination

Postby nawick » 08 Aug 2014 01:15

There is the old quote of Follow the Money.
But in this case, ask yourself "What vice-president had the most to gain from the death of JFK?"
"If you believe that you can or if you believe that you can't - you are right." - Henry Ford.

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Re: JFK Assassination

Postby Summerlander » 08 Aug 2014 19:49

Maybe Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone. :mrgreen:
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