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    Default Re: JFK ASSASSINATED TODAY 11/22/63 do you remember it?

    TOMKAT yes you are correct

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    Quote Posted by Bill Ryan (here)
    From Richard Dolan, published yesterday:

    Here are Parts 2 and 3, with more to come. (This series is extremely interesting and detailed, excellent info + perspectives for all serious JFK researchers.)



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    And here's Richard Dolan's JFK Part 4: The Autopsy.


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    I wasn't born yet, though I was fortunate enough to grow up in a time when schools still taught about such.
    I do not remember one person while I grew up, who did not choke up when speaking about him or get quite defensive when another spoke ill of him.

    What happened should never be forgiven nor forgotten.

    "Too often we enjoy the comfort of opinion without the discomfort of thought."

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    I was only a little boy when I saw my father crying and it was later on when I got older I asked him why I saw him crying in the house we lived in on that terrible day. He told me that a good man had been shot and his right to say what he thought was silenced forever from that day forward. To me that seemed wrong. I asked my father if they caught the man responsible and he said they caught a guy who was intern assassinated by some one else. This didn't ring true with me and even though I was a small boy it felt like the legal system got it wrong. Then a few years later his brother was shot, Martin Luther King was shot, Malcolm X was shot, John Lennon was shot.( now these animals are killing musicians ) To me now as a fully grown man if you have anything to say that is too the betterment of men and woman around the world you are A TARGET, and gone faster than a fart in the wind. It makes me sad that decency, respect, compassion, empathy and love are ridiculed and slowly but slowly, inch by inch humankind has grown more accustom to violence than peace. Shame.

    Each time a man stands up for an ideal, or acts to improve the lot of others, or strikes out against injustice, he sends forth a tiny ripple of hope, and crossing each other from a million different centers of energy and daring, those ripples build a current that can sweep down the mightiest walls of oppression and resistance. Robert Kennedy

    We need hope again, we need to bond better with each other would you say? Blessings of Love and Peace to all.

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    GMB1961..........I am late to this post and there are so many touching stories. I was nine year old kid in the bush in Australia and it impacted me greatly, because of my strong father's reaction. I wrote a song about this at the start of this year, called Dallas. It will be added to my "The Visitors" series. Phil Schneider has two songs on the first disc. Here for those interested. https://merylleppard.bandcamp.com/releases

    Dallas. Meryl Leppard February 2020

    There was a Coups D'Etat in Dallas
    In 1963
    A Coups D'Etat in Dallas
    And the bad guys won
    They killed the favourite son.

    My father drove a shiny Chevrolet
    He loved American design
    And though we lived a half a world away
    He talked about it all the time

    A righteous citizen at six foot two, he taught me,
    Never lie and never steal
    Your word has value if you speak it true
    And shaking hands you'll have a deal

    And I remember
    The first time I saw him cry
    That day in November
    Over what he'd seen
    On the T.V. screen
    He said

    "There's been a dreadful thing in Dallas
    you kids won't understand
    A tragedy in Dallas
    In the motorcade
    They shot J.F.K."
    Oh oh oh NO!

    Naive America was full of grief
    That murder broke the nations's heart
    My father's anger and his disbelief
    He tore the evidence apart

    Zapruder's camera had a fancy roll
    The Umbrella Man suspense
    A magic bullet from the Grassy knoll
    The party line just made no sense

    And I remember
    The way he held his chest
    That day in November
    Seeing Jackie's face
    In that bloody chase
    He said

    "There's been a dreadful thing in Dallas
    you kids won't understand
    A tragedy in Dallas
    In the motorcade
    They shot J.F.K."
    Oh oh oh NO!

    And the patsy said, "I didn't do it"
    As Ruby shot him down
    And my father said, "He didn't do it.
    Something's wrong.
    It's a paid-for-song
    in Dallas
    Town."

    As I grew up he'd sometimes speak a lot
    About the Kennedy affair
    The day they killed the Prince of Camelot
    Then simply vanished in thin air

    He spoke of things which clearly frightened him
    'Bout darker forces than we know
    He'd grab us kids and hug us on a whim
    Like he would never let us go

    And I remember
    Him talking with his friends
    'Bout that day in November
    When the whole world changed
    It was re-arranged
    And they agreed
    Yeah they agreed

    There was a Coups D'Etat in Dallas
    In 1963
    A Coups D'Etat in Dallas
    And the bad guys won

    There was a Coups D'Etat in Dallas
    In 1963
    A Coups D'Etat in Dallas
    And the bad guys won
    They killed the favourite
    They killed the favourite son.

    (Spoken)
    The Commission ruled they'd got it straight
    Some were lying through their teeth
    Warren smiled and shook the hand of Fate
    Jackie kneeled and laid the wreath.

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    I have seen this documentary a few years ago, but watched it again the other night. I have no idea how true his theory behind JFK's assassination (and more) is, but it certainly is a riveting watch. Most of the men involved (and they were all men) are now dead (many murdered in the years after the assassination) and I was left wondering who the baton has now been passed onto

    JFK to 9/11 Everything Is A Rich Man's Trick

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