The Kennedy Assassination: what really happened (new, 2018)

  • Published on Jul 11, 2018

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  • Michael Ray
    Michael Ray 3 months ago

    GHWB was a conspirator also and involved ,and there . Good job !

  • Chump Johnson
    Chump Johnson 2 months ago

    When JFK made it known that he wanted to move away from the Federal Reserve Bank and have US currency backed by gold and silver his fate was sealed.

  • tetekofa
    tetekofa 2 months ago

    33 mistresses in 33 months? Slacker

  • joltinjack
    joltinjack 2 months ago (edited)

    I believe Nixon knew a lot. He had Jack Rubenstein (Ruby) as an information gatherer on his 1947 Un-American Activities Committee in 1947. That was one of the recently disclosed documents. Also, Nixon was in Dallas that day, or the day before, speaking to executives of the Pepsi Cola Co., if I'm not mistaken. I certainly don't think Nixon had any fore-knowledge of "the big event", though. It's odd that Frank Sturgis, and E. Howard Hunt were later involved in the Watergate break-in of the DNC. The hush money that Nixon wanted was probably to be put in some kind of trust, or account, to be there for Hunt, as his legal bills were mounting. Nixon feared that Hunt would talk if he were to do a long stint in prison, and said something to the effect, "This whole Bay of Pigs thing might come out."

  • JK
    JK 2 months ago

    The 9/11 commission is just as much bs as the Warren commission

  • B-Thrash
    B-Thrash 3 months ago (edited)

    Just wait until HW Bush dies, the shit will really hit the fan then (his involvement is still redacted until he dies). My Dad died last year at 84, he always thought Bush & the CIA killed JFK, wish he could have lived to see a confirmation of that, maybe I'll tell him by the time I go to heaven!

  • Victor Palamar
    Victor Palamar 2 months ago

    Jacquie is clearly seen jumping onto the trunk to pick up the skull cap and tissue----there is no way JFK was hit by a bullet from the TSBD if his brain matter ended up on the trunk lid!

  • Gregory Newman
    Gregory Newman 2 months ago

    Kennedy was a man who got too many Enemies such as vice President Johnson,CIA Agents in the Multibillion dollar drug business, CIA People who did not like his foreign nations Policies,  illuminati controlled Federal Reserve bankers , Mafia Leaders, Military Industrial  complex Deep state Military and Rich Weapons makers and last and not least Satanists secret societies. All these folks are suspects. Sadly the sametype of people still exists and have killed and will continue to kill those who oppose them.

  • tesscot
    tesscot 2 months ago (edited)

    I already didn't like Johnson because of the USS Liberty and frankly with both JFK and Bobby there is the fact that they were both interested in stopping the AIPAC lobby on the grounds of it being unconstitutional. I don't think the entire cohesive truth will ever be told but we certainly have a ton of pieces to the puzzle to see that LHO did not kill Kennedy with a ricocheting bullet and more importantly that the people in power are lying, murdering psychopaths.

  • James Shedd
    James Shedd 2 months ago

    It was a overthrow..lbj is guilty as hell along with the cia

    CNCTEMATIC 3 months ago (edited)

    1. Its a huge fallacy to praise Trump for "releasing" documents. The JFK Records Act, passed by Congress in 1992, requires ALL records relating to JFK to be released in full by October 2017. Trump prevented the release of the majority in October, and has since signed Executive Orders permitting Government agencies such as the CIA, FBI and NSA may withhold JFK records in full or in part. If not for Trump's orders, far more documents would have been released. The information withheld is likely the most incriminating of those agencies, and those of highest relevance to solving the case.

  • Quantum of Conscience
    Quantum of Conscience 1 month ago

    At 2:20 no mention of what the 33 means to Freemasonry? Wow, Run from this video. It's worthless.

  • Susan Rennie
    Susan Rennie 2 months ago


  • Citizen Smith
    Citizen Smith 2 months ago

    President Johnson not only organized JFK's assassination he later conspired with Israel to sink the USS Liberty so as to blame Egypt which would of dragged the US into an Israeli war against Egypt. However the USS Liberty managed to survive 2 missile hits, 2 torpedo hits, naphthalene bombs , sustained cannon fire and constant armour piercing machine gun fire from close range. Eventually the brave US sailors that gave their lives in order to string together an aerial so that a transmission could get to the fleet for help. The Israelis heard that communication and immediately called off their attack and pretended that they made a terrible mistake! However they didn't help the wounded crew and left the area. President Johnson ordered the rescue planes back to the fleet and said he would prefer he USS Liberty sank rather than embarrass the Israelis ! The ship had to sail into port before any help was received. The crew were ordered to not talk to anyone about the attack and so the disgraceful event was hidden for 40+ years. Israel knew from the start that it could do anything to America without any consequences!!!

  • truthhurtshipsters
    truthhurtshipsters 2 months ago

    Oswald was a fall guy.Never pulled the f trigger. Magic bullet did not exist. Multiple shooters.

    CNCTEMATIC 3 months ago

    2. The "LBJ as Mastermind" thesis has been put forward by several over the last decades: most notably E. Howard Hunt, and Roger Stone. It has the effect (advantage) of placing overarching responsibility on one dead president and a few individuals, taking surviving institutions and ongoing power structures out of the gaze of responsibility. It also offers apparent plausibility to the superficial observer. But it cannot survive rational scrutiny. It's most obvious flaw is the idea that Lyndon Johnson could call to his control the US intelligence community and military; that JJ Angelton, Dulles et al would take their lead from him, rather than vice versa. And more fundamentally, it fails to comprehend the nature of the Deep State. It's premised on the naive idea that the intelligence community is actually controlled by the executive branch. In other words, its not just that the CIA-intelligence community-military wouldn't take orders from Lyndon Johnson, those organs of the overt government are not independent themselves, but are controlled by far more powerful interests, what Peter Dale Scott calls the Deep State, an amalgam of interests that controls the overt state, and persists through time to this day. More sophisticated analyses of the JFK assassination shown that that event was one that revealed the existence of this entity. Johnson certainly had to know about the assassination, likely acted to further it, and certainly to cover it up. But the assassination was hardly caused by this one man's personal motivations for power and survival. His motivations were used to assist a larger plan. JFK was assassinated by Deep State interests fundamentally alarmed by his moves towards global peace, detente with the Soviet Union and withdrawal from Vietnam. The same interests killed RFK, MLK, and continue to influence events and media narratives today. Today the focus is (as ever) maintaining a state of militaristic alert and government control. The LBJ Mastermind thesis acts as a second order cover story after the official "LHO acted alone" thesis. It isolates the JFK assassination to a 1963 event, and attempts to prevent those who see past the official story from discovering the ongoing nature of the evils that can result from study of the event.

  • bradley mitchell
    bradley mitchell 1 month ago

    Oswald just happened to be the lowest man on the pole . There is no way he acted alone and then was shot on live Television 2 days later silencing him forever c'mon people

  • YT stuff
    YT stuff 2 months ago

    While it's awful that Kennedy would sleep with so many women I find it equally as disturbing that so many women would sleep with a married man.

  • Kilpatrick Kirksimmons
    Kilpatrick Kirksimmons 2 months ago (edited)

    People forget how many enemies JFK had. For starters he just barely beat Nixon in 1960, arguably by stealing votes in Texas and Chicago. His proto-detente leanings pissed off the military industrial complex. His reaction to U.S. Steel's price hike pissed off big business. The Bay of Pigs fiasco pissed off the right-wing Cuban lobby and the CIA. His brother's actions pissed off the Mafia. His Irishness and Catholicism pissed off much of the WASP elite of the time. Most white Southerners hated him, especially after the Ole Miss affair. The John Birch Society types hated him. J. Edgar Hoover (and by extension the FBI) hated him. And of course LBJ hated him. People have this simplistic image of a universally loved Camelot cut down by some lone evil force, and then argue what that force was. In reality the Kennedys often played for keeps, and left a lot of resentment in their wake (rightly in some cases, wrongly in others). There were SEVERAL groups who'd have loved to see JFK dead and I think many of them (perhaps even all) were in on making that wish come true. It's like a hydra; focusing on just one head isn't going to get you anywhere. It could be much, much broader but I do like how broad a view this video takes.

  • Ezboy88 Sonny
    Ezboy88 Sonny 2 months ago

    This is by far one of my favorite mysteries for all the wrong reasons of course. Sooo many layers just when you think you got all the facts. It truely is a enigma wrapped in a riddle