JFKTV: Segment Five


Praetorian Guard- The Dallas Police Force

Along with the Secret Service, the Dallas motorcycle cops escorting the President were ordered to remain behind and to the side of the limousine so as not to obstruct the public’s view of the President and First Lady. Like the leashed in Secret Service agents, the trailing motorcycle cops gave the shooters an unobstructed view of their target. Again, the opportunity was seized upon to blame the President for his own death. Kennedy’s detractors in the postmortem literature have kept up this barrage.

Kennedy’s apparent reckless disregard for his safety echoed these detractors’ assertions: that the commie loving traitor had a total disregard for the safety of the nation, to which these claims invariably implied America didn’t lose much with Kennedy’s murder and almost subconsciously suggested a vote of thanks to the assassins for getting rid of such a dangerous peacenik.

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More holders of the Get Out of Jail Free Card: OJ Simpson, Sirhan Sirhan (Part 2)

It was 1968, I was sound asleep. My mother, a light sleeper, kept a radio at bedside and listened to the news in the wee hours, when we were told that stories would sometimes sneak through unfiltered. That night she woke me up to say “They shot Bobby.”

I was horrified. Mom was no Kennedy lover, but no hater of anyone (except frank Sinatra, whom she called “Snottrag.). I was too young to have opinions of consequence. She was distraught. Whereas on November 22, 1963 she told me “Well, we have a better president tonight than we did this morning,” this time there was no consolation.

The RFK shooting always troubled me far more so than his older brother. Bobby was to me more glamorous. His antiwar posture, while not appealing intellectually, was an emotional stand that I liked. I wished I could agree with him. Decades later, having come through one of the many barriers to enlightenment in our society, I would also be (retroactively) an opponent of the Vietnam War, and would imagine that RFK was just another victim. Continue reading

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JFKTV: Segment Four


Praetorian Guard- The Secret Service

4-rybka-with-arms-extendedIn the literature dealing with the actions and inactions of the Secret Service, the man most cited as suspicious is shift commander Emory Roberts, the man leading the team of agents in the car directly behind the Presidential limousine. In video footage from Love Field he is shown telling agent Henry Rybka to stand down from his perch on the running board behind Kennedy. Rybka dutifully but frustratingly complies and is summarily ordered to remain at Love Field. This interaction might suggest that some of the Secret Service were not in on the hoax as it unfolded, but it is just as likely that this apparent “innocent” named Rybka was the decoy to lay the blame on the President when postmortem legends were dispersed that JFK had ordered the Secret Service not to get so close as to block the view of the crowd. Continue reading

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More holders of the Get Out of Jail Free Card: OJ Simpson, Sirhan Sirhan

SirhanSimpson OJ 3The next two “Get out of jail free” card holders were the central focus of two of the most traumatic events of our time, the supposed deaths of Robert F. Kennedy, Nicole Brown-Simpson, and Ron Goldman. It does no good for me to sit here and taunt the reader, saying “Look again how you’ve been fooled!” I’ve been fooled often enough myself, and know that awkward feeling of coming to grips with reality. I do not imagine I possess some greater wisdom, and hope as you read this that you are not insulted by my “superior” knowledge. I too merely want to understand things. Once we break free of the grip of “news,” fraud is easy to spot. But before breaking free, it is quite difficult.

The “public hoax” is in large part due to the hypnotic nature of the medium to television (though it has been going on since the advent of mass communication of all types).  Such is the power of television that anything seen on the screen and said to be news is automatically assumed true. Given this power over us, our leaders have elected to use it to distract us, shock us, and keep us under the thumb of their control. The Robert F. Kennedy assassination is useful to study in this regard, as it contained a good deal of “predictive programming.”

The OJ Simpson affair is far more difficult to understand.  In that instance they took a man of seemingly good nature and destroyed his image, making him into a monster. What is more difficult to understand is why he let it happen. I suspect he was told “We gave you your fame, we are taking it back now,” but one cannot know such insider details.

I will try to understand the Simpson matter. Wish me luck.

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Firehose of Propaganda

One thing that has become very clear to me in the last few months is that TPTB have dialed the smoke machines up to 11 trying to blanket us in a thick fog of misdirection and disinfo. It’s just an intensification of what they’ve been doing for a long time. I came across this article from cracked.com on “5 Ways to Stay Sane in an Era of Non-Stop Outrage.” It sounded like click-bait but actually offered some surprisingly sound advice. What caught my eye, though, was the advice to “Understand the ‘Firehose of Falsehoods.'” What’s that? Continue reading

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JFKTV: Segment Three

In this segment I cast the spotlight on Hollywood’s participation in the JFK road show-

Hollywood Dreamscapes

One of the aspects of this psychological warfare operation that requires careful consideration is the script. Hollywood is by now understood to be another arm of military intelligence. It is also the most prominent and most visible part of the propaganda agencies that speak for the government and those that own and control the government. One does not rise to prominence in such a critical field unless thoroughly vetted to insure cooperation in pushing the controller’s agenda. Continue reading

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The magical ‘Get Out of Jail Free Card’ (Part 2): Leona Helmsley, Bernie Madoff

Leona Helmsley

HelmsleyLeona Helmsley was painted in the media as a shrew, and was branded that for supposedly having said “We don’t pay taxes. Only the little people pay taxes.” This goes back to 1989, and so may not be fresh material for most readers here, but is still useful to try to understand.

She claimed not to have said that. The words were attributed to her by a former housekeeper, and are not credible – that is, even if Helmsley held that opinion, she would not have shared it with one of the “little people.” The Wiki footnote on that quote is “11.”* Yet the words became her brand. It was almost as if she was railroaded.

Two other names pop up in this affair, Alan Dershowitz, and Rudy Giuliani. Both names raise red flags, as Dershowitz, in addition to being Noam Chomsky’s foil, would be one of the actor-lawyers in the OJ Simpson show trial (to be covered in another segment), and Giuliani, then a United States Attorney, would turn up as mayor of New York on 9/11/2001, surely a trusted insider to that gigantic hoax.

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We are seeing now the value of Intelligence asset Julian Assange and his organization, Wikileaks, nothing more than an arm of the National Security State. I just read through the latest disclosures, and had to laugh. According to Wikileaks, they are watching us via our smart phones, TV’s, PC’s, cars and I imagine, through our keyholes.

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JFKTV- Segment Two

Previously on JFKTV: Out of site of the crowds as they pulled away from Love field and prior to the motorcade approaching the first crowds lining the streets, the switch was made and actors took over as President, First Lady, Governor Connelly and his wife, Nellie. An identical limousine with the actors on board positioned itself within the motorcade, likely around a corner, briefly out of view of the press bus and trailing vehicles. The genuine President and his party vanished, surrounded by other vehicles guiding the limo down a cordoned off street devoid of witnesses. As the motorcade wound its way through the streets of downtown Dallas, cameras rolled. Along with the professional news cameras, many amateur cameras captured parts of the procession. The evidence of an actual motorcade riding through town was established.

Home Movies, All Kinds…

As the Presidential limousine approached Dealey Plaza, a Dallas dressmaker named Abraham Zapruder took his position on a short wall to film the President passing by. Zapruder would initially be held up as an innocent bystander but later it would be revealed that he was the former business partner of Jean de Mohrenschildt, wife of George de Mohrenschildt, CIA handler for Lee Harvey Oswald in Dallas.

In the film footage, the limousine makes a slow and difficult left turn onto Elm Street as Zapruder starts burning film. He pans right with his 8-millimeter camera, holding the limousine barely in frame as the bullets whiz by. He gets the money shot of JFK’s brains being blown out while the President, already wounded in the throat by the looks of things, is cheek by jowl with his wife who appears startled and confused.


The film continues as Jackie climbs up on the back hood for reasons to this day no one knows why; she is met by Secret Service agent Clint Hill who has run forward from the trailing Secret Service car and grabs onto the handrails of the limousine. Mrs. Kennedy scoots back into the limo as the President lies unconscious across the back bench seat and the limousine speeds away under the triple underpass and on towards nearby Parkland hospital. Continue reading

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Do they hold the magical ‘Get Out of Jail Free card? (Part One): Wesley Snipes, Rod Blogojevich, Martha Stewart

Tyrone in part one of his book JFKTV down below, makes a profound statement:

“…the fact that a half-century of research has not produced a definite answer to the JFK assassination, nor has it brought anyone to justice, it is long overdue to question whether or not the assassination took place at all. And it’s reasonable to ask that question in a country that still insists it operates under the rule of law.”

We are not a country of laws, that is, you and I have to abide by them, as the consequences can be severe. We pay our taxes, don’t fake our deaths, don’t steal from or murder one another because we know there are prisons, and that they are not pleasant pastoral campuses with tennis courts and saunas.

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