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Stone's JFK Book


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2024 Feb 3, 2:39pm   169 views  8 comments

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Reading now.

Already, some interesting things.

Bill Moyer was brought on as a "Religious advisor" to LBJ in order to provide cover that he was giving religious instruction to LBJ and his staff, when he was really sitting in another room while LBJ banged his secretarial staff. Moyer knew exactly what he was really hired to do. Eventually he lectured everybody on PBS about the need or prespective from Progressive standpoints for years.

Jack Valenti was only 5'1", but had an enormous dong, and was bisexual. He was the Chief for the MPAA for decades. He married a secretary that LBJ knocked up to provide LBJ cover.

On November 25th, LBJ was heard by multiple persons on a phone call with Hoover telling him not to make a big deal over a shooting somewhere in Texas"

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1   AmericanKulak   2024 Feb 4, 1:09pm  

The plan was that LBJ would basically guide JFK in all things, having been the President of the Senate, would be indispensable to moving JFK's legislation forward, and he would replace JFK at the end of his term.

JFK's Addison's disease was an open secret, on top of his war injuries, he was expected to be in a wheelchair at the end of his term.

When LBJ was shovelled into a unimportant roles, and Bobby was put over everything, LBJ got pissed, esp. once the Media started holding up RFK as JFK's eventually successor.

LBJ stole the Texas Governor Race from Stevenson by stuffing boxes with dead voter ballots, using some really dark characters, including Salas, a deputy Sheriff of the "Porky's" variety who pointed shotguns at Stevenson's attorneys trying to check the ballot boxes per TX law and told them they had 10 minutes to leave the county.
2   Ceffer   2024 Feb 4, 3:26pm  

I have this book in my ever increasing digital pile. Wonder if I'll get around to it. I think LBJ's assassins wound up coining the term "suicide by shotgun blasts to the back at five paces".

3   AmericanKulak   2024 Feb 4, 6:44pm  

Damn Good so far. Lots of dirt on a lot of old names (Valenti and Moyer).

LBJ's early career was interesting. He wasn't "Raider Johnson" either, his plane suffered a generator malfunction but never came under enemy fire, Johnson was an untrained Navy Officer observer with no flight or gunner experience, was on an Army mission solely as observer, nor did anything of note to continue the mission or help the crew, yet was the only person given a Silver Star. And that was his entire combat experience in WW2, most of the rest he was an administrator.

Caro believes Johnson got the Silver Star because MacArthur felt SWPac wasn't getting enough resources and to reward Johnson did what MacArthur asked, by reporting on severe understaffing and lack of equipment at SWPac.

More fun facts: LBJ was the first to campaign from a helicopter in 1948, later a Bell Helicopter, and created a very fruitful relationship with the company...
4   AmericanKulak   2024 Feb 13, 5:35am  

Pres. Trump: “This is based on a perfect phone call… If you go back and look at Lyndon Johnson. You know Lyndon Johnson was sort of a tough guy. Can you imagine his phone calls? He’s probably looking down or looking up, and he’s probably saying ‘these people have gone crazy.'” pic.twitter.com/PljlhQYFg2

— The Hill (@thehill) January 14, 2020

“He’s probably looking down — or looking up,” he added to some laughs from his supporters.

https://x.com/thehill/status/1217260641645465600?s=20
5   AmericanKulak   2024 Feb 14, 12:31am  

Mac Wallace was LBJ's hitman, he shot people with a bolt action rifle 5x and the Texas Ranger that refused to accept the suicide verdict was run off the road years later in a mysterious car accident.

He also killed a man in broad daylight on a Texas Golf Course that was trying to blackmail LBJ into giving him contracts over LBJ's sister, who was a drug addict and escort, and was the only man in TX history to get a suspended sentence for murder.

de Morhenschelt asked CIA Director George H.W. Bush to cut him a break before he was set to testify in Congress, he suspected he was being tapped and followed. He 'suicided' a few days before he was scheduled to testify at the House Committee on Assassinations. He was a Belorussian Noble of German-Polish extraction driven out of the USSR, a trained geologist, and spoke 5 languages, but befriended a dude less than half his age who stacked Coffee and Books (Oswald).
6   RayAmerica   2024 Feb 14, 8:51am  

AmericanKulak says


befriended a dude less than half his age who stacked Coffee and Books (Oswald).


As a means of creating a persona for intelligence purposes, Oswald set up a branch of the "Fair Play for Cuba Committee." The address used for his branch was listed on his pamphlets as 544 Camp St. in New Orleans. 544 Camp St. was the address of Guy Bannister's private investigation office, who was a former FBI agent that had known ties to the CIA and the Office of Naval Intelligence (ONI). In fact, the area in which Bannister's office was located was known to be an area where ONI had intelligence offices. Everywhere Oswald shows up, he leaves a trail with the intelligence communities. Even to the extent of where he lived. Ruth Paine has long been suspected of having ties to the CIA. Here's the ridiculous 'official' story as to how Paine made the connection to the Oswalds: Paine owned a home in Dallas and was interested in renting out a portion of her small home. Paine also had an 'interest' in learning the Russian language and expressed such to none other than George de Mohrenschildt, who just so happened to have had connections to the intelligence communities. de Mohrenschildt was also a personal friend of Oswald, who introduced him to Ruth Paine, believing that Paine would benefit from Oswald's fluency in Russian. When the two met, Oswald decided to rent part of Paine's home.

It's is very obvious that the intelligence communities had long decided to do away with JFK, and, to set up Oswald as a patsy. Not only did Oswald not even shoot at JFK, he didn't kill Office Tippit either.
7   AmericanKulak   2024 Feb 14, 10:04am  

Yup, I'm just getting into all the times somebody who ID'd themselves as Oswald acted ridiculous in Public - such as at the Sports Drome where he shot at other people's targets and acted rambunctious with everybody, slinging insults at Kennedy.

The real Oswald told his landlord, de Morhenshelt, and ex-Marine buddies he thought Kennedy was okay.

Also, the CIA and FBI had a file on him starting in 1959 and traced him to the Soviet Embassy in Mexico City in 1960. So the whole "We had no idea who Oswald was" Warren Commission shit was garbage.
8   Ceffer   2024 Feb 14, 10:24am  

Oswald was pretty young. Even being CIA, he didn't hip that the spider web was grooming him as the patsy. One wonders if he even knew about the teams that were in Dallas for the assassination, or was just told to be at a certain place at a certain time.

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