…by Jonas E. Alexis
John F. Kennedy was almost certainly marked for death. He and a former professional football quarterback turned politician George Ratterman “shut down the Jewish gambling empire in Newport [Kentucky] and sent its leaders packing, never to return.”
Ratterman was also marked for death because he had previously intended “to drive the racketeers out of Newport if elected sheriff.” The Khazarian Bankster Cult was so desperate to literally destroy his political purpose that they once put a heavy dose of chloral hydrate in his drink, which essentially knocked him out of his moral judgment. Then they drove him to a hotel and paid a 26-year old stripper by the name of Juanita Hodges to sleep with him. E. Michael Jones writes,
“At approximately 2:40 AM on May 9, three detectives from the Newport, Kentucky police departmentburst into room 314 of the hotel/casino which Carinci managed in Newport and discovered Ratterman wearing only a shirt and socks in bed with a 26-yearold woman wearing nothing but an imitation leopard negligee. The woman’s real name was Juanita Hodges, but she earned her living as a stripper in Newport under the name April Flowers.
“Both Hodges and Ratterman, who was wrapped in a sheet, were arrested and then taken to police headquarters where he was charged with disturbing the peace. When Ratterman arrived home he was still disoriented. Seeing his condition, Ratterman’s wife had the presence of mind to take him to their family doctor, who ordered blood and urine tests which showed that Ratterman had been dosed with enough chloral hydrate to kill someone less robust…
“The frame up that Newport’s Jewish racketeers had orchestrated against Ratterman began to unravel at his trial when Dr. Anderson described the amount of chloral hydrate that had been put in his drink. The prosecution’s case dissolved completely when a local photographer testified that he had been hired to come to room 304 to shoot pictures of Ratterman in bed with the stripper. Once the case collapsed, the frame up blew up in the faces of its Jewish perpetrators. Ratterman now had the entire community behind him.”
Ratterman, with the help of decent men, eventually drove the racketeers out of Newport, which meant that the Khazarian Bankster Cult received a major defeat. “The combination of local cooperation and federal muscle had a devastating effect on the Jewish mobsters’ control over Newport. Moe Dalitz abandoned the Beverly Hills Club and left Newport for Las Vegas, where he repositioned himself as an upstanding citizen with the help of the Anti-Defamation League, which gave him its Torch of Liberty award in 1982 in exchange for hundreds of thousands of dollars of gambling money.” Ratterman obviously found himself in a cosmic battle with the entire Khazarian Bankster Cult, and that included Meyer Lansky, who had a history of buying politicians and sending
“large sums of gambling money to the ADL, which would in turn accuse anyone who claimed Lansky and Dalitz were gangsters of anti-Semitism. In addition to being steady contributors to the ADL, the Jewish gangsters of this era also supported Israeli terrorist organizations: ‘With support from Meyer Lansky, Hank Greenspun had become a gunrunner for Israel in 1948 and thereafter performed as an Israeli operative. Bugsy Siegel reportedly gave $50,000 to support Irgun while ‘celebrity gangster’ Mickey Cohen sponsored an Irgun fundraiser in 1947.’
“The Israeli newspaper Haaretz claim that ‘Jews control crime in the United States,’ but Meyer Lansky had the backing of the ADL when he claimed that ‘there was much anti-Semitism behind the campaign to convict him.’”
Ratterman’s victory stunned a newly elected official by the name of John F. Kennedy, who also was a football fan. Kennedy went even further. He upset the Powers That Be by challenging the Israeli regime. “Kennedy attempted to shut down the Israeli nuclear reactor at Dimona; by 1967 the Israelis were ready to set off a nuclear device on Mt. Sinai to stop the Arab invasion.” When Kennedy was murdered, he was replaced by an Israeli puppet, Lyndon B. Johnson. Jones writes that Johnson
“completely reversed the United States’ position on Israel. Nothing showed this more clearly that Johnson’s behavior following Israel’s attack on the USS Liberty, when Johnson ordered American planes back to their aircraft carrier and left the USS Liberty completely defenseless against a vicious Israeli attempt to sink the ship that left 34 Americans dead and over a hundred wounded. According to Jeff Gates, presidential advisor Ben Wattenberg:
“assured Johnson that if he supported Tel Aviv’s account of the USS Liberty incident as a case of ‘mistaken identity’ and ignored the 208 American casualties, 42 including 34 killed, influential Jews in the U.S. media would tone down their criticism of his policies in Vietnam. In return for his defense of Israel and a presidential cover-up, the shift in mainstream media opinion provided a temporary political respite for the war-weary president who, less than a year later, declined to run for reelection.”
Kennedy was by no means an anti-Zionist. He declared in 1960: “Israel will endure and flourish. It is the child of hope and the home of the brave. It can neither be broken by adversity nor demoralized by success. It carries the shield of democracy and it honors the sword of freedom.” He also established strong ties with Israeli officials. In fact, it has been argued that Kennedy was the one to invent the term a “special relationship” between the United States and Israel. Stephen M. Walt of Harvard writes:
“The U.S. commitment to Israel increased significantly under Kennedy. In the 1950s the United States had resisted a number of Israeli requests for a formal security treaty. But in 1962 Kennedy made several informal statements indicating his belief that the two countries were allies even in the absence of a formal agreement.
“In the same year Kennedy also informed Ben-Gurion that the United States would support Israel’s right to complete its water project on the Jordan River in accordance with the Johnson Plan. And most significant of all, an agreement was signed in June 1963 for the sale of HAWK air defense missiles, the first major weapons system provided to Israel by the United States. And this would be only the beginning.”
But because he disagreed with the Israeli government advancing nuclear weapons in Dimona, what one might call a clash of civilization ensued between Kennedy and Israeli officials. They refused any request from the International Atomic Energy Agency to inspect their facilities and relentlessly declared that their development of nuclear programs was for peaceful purposes. As scholar Jeremy Salt notes:
“Israel continued to stand firm in the face of American pressure to open up its nuclear facilities to International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) inspections, but ‘visits’ by U.S. scientists went ahead. However, what the Americans were shown during one such visit to Dimona, according to Seymour Hersh, was nothing less than a nuclear Potemkin village in the northern Negev:
“‘The Israeli scheme, based on plans supplied by the French, was simple: a false control room was constructed at Dimona complete with false control panels and computer-driven measuring devices that seemed to be gauging the thermal output of a twenty-four megawatt reactor (as Israel claimed Dimona to be) in the fake control room.’
“In a concealed area off a false ‘control room,’ the Israelis monitored the inspectors and made sure the control panels were functioning at the appropriate level. The Israelis would not allow the Americans into the nuclear core ‘for safety reasons.’ According to Abe Feinberg, ‘It was part of my job to tip them off that Kennedy was insisting on this [an inspection]. So they gave him a scam job.’”
Kennedy continued to put pressure on the Israelis to halt their missile development, and they progressively began to put a mark on him. They also used deliberate deceptions in order to lure U.S. officials into their worldview. The late Michael Collins Piper argued in The Final Judgment that the Mossad was behind the assassination of Kennedy. This assessment doesn’t seem to be far-fetched, given the fact that Israel didn’t want to associate with Kennedy anymore.
 E. Michael Jones, “How Meyer Lansky took over the Cincinnati Ballet, and What Four Ballerinas did about it,” Culture Wars, July/August, 2017.
 Vaughn P. Shannon, Balancing Act: US Foreign Policy and the Arab-Israeli Conflict (Burlington, VT: Ashgate Publishing Company, 2003), 55.
 Stephen M. Walt, The Origins of Alliances (New York: Cornell University Press, 1987), 95.
 Jeremy Salt, The Unmaking of the Middle East: A History of Western Disorder in Arab Lands (Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, 2008), 202.