Monday, October 28, 2013

50 years since JFK's assassination -- when justice isn't served

This is about the best explanation I've seen so far about what really happened 50 years ago on Nov. 22:

What happens when people just "move on," sweep unanswered questions under the rug, and don't follow through with sorely needed investigations? We get things like Iran-contra. The savings and loan scandal. Both Bush's presidencies, 9-11, and the Iraq War. I don't think any of those things would have happened if the Kennedy assassination were investigated properly. And going back even further, I don't think the Kennedy assassination would have happened if Prescott Bush had been properly investigated for his dealings with the Nazis. Yet none of these Bushes ever did any jail time. That's what we get for having short memories. We can't afford to let people get away with this crap. Please share this video with others.


Fred said...

Fifty years ago I was 9 and in the 4th grade by the time I was in junior high something just did not quite seem right, by the time I was in college the feeling kept growing until I swore to myself some day I will go to Dallas. I made it to Dallas and read every book that I could find on the subject. After reading each book I would think "Aha I finally now know what happened". Now after 50 years have passed and 50 books it feels like I am still back in junior high. The only thing I am certain of is that the people that have told us what happened to JFK are the same ones telling us what happened on 911 etc etc.

Jody Paulson said...

That's my point, Fred ... they're all the same people! There are two people I can think of who don't seem to recall where they were that day, Nixon and Bush Sr. And who did Nixon have work for him? Dick Cheney? E. Howard Hunt? Bush Sr.? Rumsfeld? You can follow the money, but sometimes it's easier if you just follow the names.

Anonymous said...

Lemme see now...

Head of the Warrren Commission?
Head of the 9/11 Investigation Commission?

Magic Bullet bs?

Jew Arlen Specter.