Some things never change.
Rather, it may be more accurate to say, things never change, they only appear to.
Lies, even when mixed with some measure of truth, still qualify as lies.
Lately, there seems to have emerged a predominant theory regarding the assassination of John F. Kennedy. A theory propagated by those in the so-called alternative media. The premise of this widely held theory is that the Kennedy family hoaxed the assassination to create a covert dictatorship.
This premise smacks of clever disinformation.
Yes, folks, the assassination was indeed a massive hoax. But, why covertly create a diversion to institute a hidden dictatorial American monarchy, when the host family (the Rockefeller and Rothschild ruling elite bloodlines) behind the mythical family labeled ‘Kennedy’, already owned and controlled the US corporation, the banks, major industry, and the office of the presidency?
No, the ‘assassination’ represented a media driven psychological operation, of the sort that was ultimately designed to manipulate mass consciousness on a grand scale, not for the purposes of covertly creating a family dynasty-because the ruling dynastic power in America, long prior to 1963, already existed-but for the purposes of controlling and directing the masses behavior on a subconscious and conscious level. The assassination was not about establishing a covert American dynasty, but to psychologically reinforce the ruling power of the covert dynasty that already controlled not only America, but the entire Anglo-American empire, and the world.
However, with regard to JFK and revelations as to the true identity of the host actor portrayed the mythical character, the title of the vaunted biographical portrait ‘John we hardly knew ye’, shall soon take on ironic significance. Continue reading “American Camelot: The Kennedy’s mythical dynasty (Part III)”