JFK Revisited: Through the Looking Glass by Oliver Stone

JFK Revisited emphatically shows why JFK’s assassination is crucial for understanding the United States today. For without a clear and unambiguous accounting of why he was killed and by whom (I do not mean the actual shooters), and who in the…

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President John F. Kennedy: His Life and Public Assassination

To understand why and by whom he was assassinated on November 22, 1963, one needs to apprehend this pressure and the reasons why President Kennedy consistently resisted it, as well as the consequences of that resistance. It is a key to understanding…

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Colonel L. Fletcher Prouty on The Pentagon Papers

“In this book, I have used various editions of the Pentagon Papers as reference material. They are useful and they are quite accurate as far as individual documents go, but they are dangerous in the hands of those who do not have the experience or…

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Edward Curtin: An Invitation to Seeking Truth in a Country of Lies

In putting together this selection of essays, I was reminded of what Albert Camus once wrote: “A man’s work is nothing but this slow trek to rediscover, through the detours of art, those two or three great and simple images in whose presence his…

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Oliver Stone on JFK and the Unspeakable, Russian Edition

JFK and the Unspeakable ... shows us just how much Kennedy achieved in his abbreviated presidency. And by doing that, the book reminds us of just what is possible in the realm of politics when a statesman has a vision of what the world can be.…

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JFK: A President Betrayed

One of the main attributes of the film is that it uses some credible, and new, sources as interview subjects. And it bypasses the accepted mainstream historians who have, in reality, done little real research on JFK.... Where Taylor has really done…

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BREAKDOWN = Strange Fruit of Capitalism’s Invisible Army: A Heritage of Stone ++ BREAKTHRU = Shifting from Domination to Partnership via eXtinction Rebellion

We must rebel against willful U.S. criminal inaction on our ecological crisis threatening All Life on Earth. To change course away from mass extinction we can accelerate the shift from domination to partnership cultural evolution.

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History Will Not Absolve Us – Orwellian control, public denial,and the murder of President Kennedy

To know the truth — as opposed to only believe the truth — is to face an awful terror and to be no longer able to evade responsibility. It is precisely in moving from belief to knowledge that the citizen moves from irresponsibility to…

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Jim Garrison: A Heritage of Stone

Since the end of World War II the United States has spent a thousand billion dollars—one trillion dollars—furnished by the American people, who have been colonized by these men and their hunger for power. Could the CIA kill a President to keep such…

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John Judge 1991 to 2014 Video Archive Listing

Privilege is the first and most basic violence asserted in a society. It kills the human spirit. It creates the rage that leads to all the other violence, historically. So if you end that privilege, if you restore justice, then you restore hope.…

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Gaeton Fonzi: Who Killed JFK?

There Were Two Conspiracies in the Kennedy Assassination: The First Was to Murder the President. The Second Was to Pretend There Was a Full and Complete Investigation.

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Gaeton Fonzi: Supremely Gifted Investigator, Journalist, Author

“Gaeton was fearless, a warrior whose only weapons were eloquent words based on intensive, unbiased research.” —Marie Fonzi

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50 Reasons – Postscript 1968

Black Op Radio continues to investigate the 1960s political assassinations in America on the occasion of their 50th anniversary.

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The Truth of The Children of Vietnam: A Way of Liberation

How Will We Challenge Militarism, Racism, and Extreme Materialism?

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the heart of the matter: Why President Kennedy Was Assassinated

A president was murdered by our own government agencies because he was seeking a more stable peace than relying on nuclear weapons.

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