Wednesday, January 30, 2013

City of Dallas to Conspiracy Realists: Be Silent. | COPA

City of Dallas to Conspiracy Realists: Be Silent. | COPA

November 22, 2013 marks the 50th anniversary of the political assassination of John F Kennedy. In an affront to the 1st amendment right to free speech, the City of Dallas is in the process of controlling the event with the intent of preventing those of us who know, rather than simply believe, that a high level governmental conspiracy murdered JFK. The primary motive for the assassination was that Kennedy refused to fight the Vietnam war. His efforts to end the cold war by engaging Khruschev and Castro were at odds with the views of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, particularly Gen Curtis LeMay and Gen Lyman Lemnitzer. In addition, Kennedy threatened to break up the CIA. Kennedy had fired Allen Dulles from the CIA, only to have Dulles sit on the Warren Commission which investigated his murder. Kennedy was hated by J Edgar Hoover, and was expected to remove Lyndon Johnson from the Vice Presidential ticket. Kennedy’s economic views challenged the oil depletion allowance, and challenged Wall Street. . As if all this was not enough, Kennedy was seen as too friendly to the civil rights movement.

Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings has refused to give Coalition on Political Assassinations (COPA) a permit to hold it’s annual moment of silence on Dealey Plaza as has been done for the past 49 years. Instead Dallas has given itself a permit for the entire week, although no events are scheduled for most of that time, and thus has excluded others from gathering at the assassination site. Dallas appears to be willing to cordon off Dealey Plaza to create a ticketed event, ostensibly for public safety.

This author/activist has created the website “” to resist this attack on free speech. Serious researchers and activists do not believe, as Dallas’s Mayor Rawlings wishes, that the time to celebrate Kennedy’s life is at the time and place of his death. Rather, the 50th anniversary should allow serious researchers the time and platform to express the fact that the assassination was organized at the highest levels, including the CIA. Our government, not Lee Harvey Oswald, killed John Kennedy on that day.

The establishment press has consistently backed the Warren Commission conclusion for over 49 years but 75% of the American public do not believe their media and their government. Why? I believe that many Americans have done enough reading and research to sense the deception and to understand that the government has been unable to make a convincing case against Oswald. For many others, the Zapruder film clearly shows a shot from the front, and no amount of propaganda can change that. For still others, the condition (not to mention the alleged trajectory) of Commission exhibit 399—the Magic Bullet—confirms the falsity of the Warren Commission. Each piece of evidence against Oswald is in dispute, including the rifle itself, the shells, the fingerprints, the incriminating photographs, and especially the autopsy. Not only is there no single piece of evidence not in dispute which would convict Oswald, the totality of the evidence presents a much different and ominous picture.
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