What is the Unfathomable Evil behind Establishment Liars and Mass-Media “Talking Heads”?
- Among the most disputed issues in JFK research is whether or not the presidential limousine came to a halt after bullets began to be fired
By Jim Fetzer and James Norwood “Years ago, when I remarked to Gordon Duff that I thought 50% of the JFK research community was working for the other side, he corrected me, ‘No, it’s 90%’”–Jim Fetzer The announcement by John Simkin that he is going to allow The Education Forum to languish when the time comes later […]
he alteration of the home movies of the assassination of JFK is among the most powerful proofs of government complicity in the assassination.
For five years or more, I was the informal co-host with Len Osanic on Black Op Radio, which in my view has overall had a positive impact on JFK research.
Lee Harvey Oswald worked for the CIA (and FBI and Army and most likely Naval Intelligence) from the late fifties when the CIA recruited him from the Marine Corps until his murder on November 24, 1963 by Dallas nightclub owner Jack Ruby.
We are encountering the most massive disinformation in American history as the 50th observance of the assassination of JFK approaches.
On 22 November 2013, the Oswald Innocence Campaign will be hosting the premiere event to commemorate the 50th observance of the JFK assassination.
On the eve of the 50th observance of the death of JFK, it would appear to be timely to make an assessment, not only of what we know now that we didn’t know then, but of the contributions of some of the most admired figures in the history of assassination research.
The great British philosopher of science, Karl R. Popper, to whom my first book, Scientific Knowledge (1981) was in fact dedicated, championed the importance of falsification (or of attempts to show hypotheses and theories are false) as the key to understanding scientific knowledge.
Perhaps the most important trait of the human mind turns out to be the capacity to adjust your beliefs to the available evidence.
As we approach the 50th observance of the death of our 35th president, John Fitzgerald Kennedy, the disinformation campaign is reaching a fever pitch.
Those who have been following the “JFK Special: Oswald was in the doorway, after all!” series are familiar with much of the evidence that has established that Lee Harvey Oswald, the alleged assassin of JFK, actually had a cast iron alibi, because he was captured in a famous photograph taken by AP photographer James “Ike” Altgens
Some of the most stunning proof of alteration comes from one of the most prominent figures in the extant film, Clint Hill, the Secret Service agent who was assigned to protect Jackie Kennedy.
Douglas Horne, who served as the Senior Analyst for the Assassination Records Review Board, a five-member civilian panel that Congress entrusted with the authority to declassify documents and records related to the death of JFK.