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I wonder who actually made those two nukes.
RFK Jr. Says He Must "Be Careful" The CIA Doesn't Assassinate HimDuring a discussion with Joe Rogan, Presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy junior admitted that he is putting his life in danger by speaking out about the assassinations of his uncle and his father, and that he “takes precautions” to ensure the CIA doesn’t kill him.Rogan asked RFK Jr. what he thought would happen if he managed to get into office, to which Kennedy replied “I gotta be careful.” “I’m aware of that, you know, I’m aware of that danger. I don’t live in fear of it — at all. But I’m not stupid about it, and I take precautions,” he added.Kennedy spoke about his Uncle JFK being “at war” with the military industrial complex, and asserted that the intelligence agencies were “trying to trick him” into launching military excursions into Cuba and Vietnam.RFK Jr. again spoke about JFK eventually concluding that he must “shatter” the CIA “into a thousands pieces” and “scatter it to the winds.” “[JFK] learned very early on that the purpose of the CIA and the intelligence apparatus was to create a constant pipeline of new wars for them, for the military industrial complex,” Kennedy noted, adding that JFK was adamant that “it’s not the United States’ jobs to dictate what kind of governments other countries have.”RFK Jr. continued, “in October of 1963 he heard that some of his Green Berets had been killed… and he said I want a total casualty list from Vietnam. His aide came to him and said 75 Americans have died, he said that’s too many and he signed that day a national security directive ordering all troops out of Vietnam… the first thousand over the next month and then the rest by the beginning of 1965, and um and then a month later he was killed.”
Jack Dorsey: "100%, without a doubt" that the CIA killed JFKJack Dorsey recently endorsed Robert F Kennedy Jr. for president and indicated the primary reason was to scatter the CIA and FBI to the wind. ...I'm not saying this is true, but top public figures like Jack Dorsey, Ron Paul, and RFKJ all unhesitatingly believe that the U.S. government murdered one of the most popular presidents in American history because he was opposed to the CIA's machinations and the escalation of the Vietnam war. That's something right there.
Nations are always negotiating, albeit in private, even during a war with each other. I think the Japanese issue and the atom bomb was that US demanded unconditional surrender, not negotiated surrender. Plus, they wanted to try out their little atomic bomb friend to shock and awe the world,
I'm not saying this is true, but top public figures like Jack Dorsey, Ron Paul, and RFKJ all unhesitatingly believe that the U.S. government murdered one of the most popular presidents in American history because he was opposed to the CIA's machinations and the escalation of the Vietnam war.
I'm not saying this is true, but top public figures like Jack Dorsey, Ron Paul, and RFKJ all unhesitatingly believe that the U.S. government murdered one of the most popular presidents in American history because he was opposed to the CIA's machinations and the escalation of the Vietnam war. That's something right there.
I'm not saying this is true, but top public figures like Jack Dorsey, Ron Paul, and RFKJ all unhesitatingly believe that the U.S. government murdered one of the most popular presidents in American history because he was opposed to the CIA's machinations and the escalation of the Vietnam war. That's something right there.From what I've read it was more about Kennedy hanging the army/CIA out to dry, making them look bad that caused his assassination. There are a group of people that meet to discuss JFK assassination yearly. A lot of good info, and they debunk a lot of popular theory's that have sprung up over the years.
One of Hirohito's son came to the US to beg for surrender, the only condition was the the emperor Hirohito wouldn't be killed. The US wanted to test the nuclear bomb on a population, so the US refused, and dropped the two bombs to study the effects.
That narrative flies against the facts. The Japanese refused to surrender even after the first atomic bombing. Even after the second atomic bombing, there was a faction high up that tried a coupe against the Emperor when the Emperor broke the tie and decided on surrender. Also remember that the world saw Germany rise from defeat in WWI to become a conquering powerhouse in the 40s. Noone wanted to see Japan rise up from defeat and also reconquer a few decades later, so unconditional surrender was the only option.
With what the Japanese did to our POWs a little Nuking and Firebombing were in order.
A Guild of International Assassins with the capacity to kill anyone.
Jimmy Dore says it best.
I think a lot of wars, bad government, meddling billionaires like Soros and Gates who cause untold harm with their sociopathic politics could be prevented with a simple device.A Guild of International Assassins with the capacity to kill anyone.
@DylanMAllman60 years ago today, President of the United States, John F. Kennedy, was murdered in broad daylight.60 years later, the The Biden Administration has chosen to keep the remaining JFK documents related to the assassination under wraps indefinitely.What are they hiding? What "national security" secrets could possibly be at risk? "[i]n light of the recommendation for continued postponement of public release of information in the records identified in section 2(b) of this memorandum under the statutory standard, I hereby certify, by the authority vested in me as President by the Constitution and the laws of the United States of America, including section 5(g) (2) (D) of the Act, that continued postponement of public disclosure of that information is necessary to protect against identifiable harms to the military defense, intelligence operations, law enforcement, and the conduct of foreign relations that are of such gravity that they outweigh the public interest in disclosure."John Kennedy's nephew, @RobertKennedyJr, reacted to the administration's decision:"The White House announcement is unlawful. In 1992 the JFK Records Act was passed unanimously by Congress with the promise that all assassination related records would be released no later than October 2017. This promise has been broken once again with this midnight announcement. The assassination was 60 years ago."This definitely seems to be in an attempt to protect the CIA.Word, after all this time, is FINALLY getting around that the CIA is bad news and people are finally waking up.Why? Because the CIA has committed more than just crimes against humanity. We are finding out some really crazy stuff from different sources that the CIA is/was involved in. From drug and child trafficking, to non-human intelligence, coverups, assassinations, etc.Truman regrets creating it, Eisenhower warned us about it, JFK tried to stop it, and they took him out.What are they keeping from us? That Oswald was a CIA asset? The CIA assassinated JFK and scapegoated Oswald? The actual gunmen that were led by George HW Bush? The body double and the real location of JFK's corpse? Maybe we'll never know.Even Oswald himself said he was just a patsy. “No sir I didn’t kill anyone, people keep asking me that. I work in that building so naturally I would have been in it”.They believe themselves to be the smartest people to ever walk the Earth, but surely they aren't stupid enough to not see that this does nothing but legitimize the conspiracy theorists, right?It is beyond time to release the documents.
Sign Petition: Tell Biden to Release JFK Assassination FilesOn Wednesday, the 60th anniversary of President John F. Kennedy’s assassination, my campaign released a petition demanding President Biden keep his promise to release all JFK assassination documents as required by law.As the petition explains, the 1992 Kennedy Records Assassination Act mandated the release of all records related to the JFK assassination by 2017. Trump refused to do it. Biden refused to do it. What is so embarrassing that they're afraid to show the American public 60 years later?
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