As the 52nd anniversary of President John F. Kennedy’s death approaches this weekend, the murder and cover up hold great lessons for understanding current events.
The following are points this editor will speak Nov. 21 at the Annual JFK Assassination Conference Nov. 20-22 at the Crown Plaza Downtown Hotel in Dallas.
- JFK was one of the last leaders to fight Wall Street’s war complex. Most leaders are talented puppets who are highly beholden — but not completely — to behind-the-scenes controllers whose true loyalties sometimes are not known even to the office holders;
- Puppet masters, provocateurs, foreign agents, assassins, moles, cutouts, cover-up artists and career-minded opportunists have beguiled a distracted public into letting our watchdog institutions in Congress, the courts, bureaucracies, universities, and media shirk their duty to provide effective remedies;
- Grassroots action by those armed with true facts and effective strategies can and must rescue the country.
President Obama is struggling now in Syria to withstand strong escalation pressures from the bipartisan military-intelligence complex. This is similar to the pressures President Kennedy faced from the war establishment to escalate against Cuba, the Soviet Union and in Vietnam in 1962 and 1963.
Author Peter Dale Scott of the University of California at Berkeley and shown in a photo is a confirmed speaker also. Scott, shown in a file photo, popularized the term “Deep State” beginning with his books on the JFK assassination.