Monday, May 24, 2004

Did you guess who killed our 35th president? Yes, LBJ conspired to kill JFK. If you don't believe it, all I can say is it must be dull going through life with blinders on.

Motive: LBJ wanted to be president from the very beginning and used every advantage he could to gain political power and wealth to buy more power.

Means: LBJ had used Mac Wallace to eliminate political rough spots along the way and used judicial power to cover up behind those acts of murder.

Opportunity: Lying Lyndon's base of operations was in Texas and he encouraged and participated in the trip down there. His attorney Ed Clark and also Malcolm Wallace were from Texas. Also he had other legal advantages there.

Read the Book: "Blood, Money & Power" by Barr McClellan who was Johnson's Attorney after the fact for more clarity.

Tuesday, May 11, 2004

It really is a wonderful world you know. Of course, it's much more tolerable if you don't try to expose it's decomposing underbelly from time to time. For example: the forty year long maze of conspiracy theories continues surrounding the assasination of JFK, our 35th president. While there is no end of speculation about the whys, wherefors and whos concerning this monumental evil, the answer is simple. That is if you follow the most rudimentary rules of investigation.
There must be...
1.Motive
2.Method
3.Opportunity

Now if Lee Harvey Oswald was watching a movie when they claimed he gunned down a police officer fleeing arrest; (There were three witnesses that placed him there on the hour.) obviously he was a patsy who was setup using the police force as the divesionary tool. By the way, I know a Texan who died in emotional anguish after rising to the top by eliminating his superior. Could it have been guilt perhaps? This certainly wasn't the only time he resorted to murder. The grand jury knew this.
Please try to avoid this simple mistake. Murder isn't worth the consequences. God is not mocked.

Who do you know who would better fit the requirements to conspire to commit such a crime. By the way, he did have a hitman to do it for him. Come now, I'm sure you know who I'm talking about. Remember? Dallas is in Texas.

Saturday, May 08, 2004

What can we do in the midst of the horror, and in this case, the scandal of war? What can we do when even our highest authorities have proven to be uninformed or ill equiped to deal with the curves that are thrown them by the enemy and even by our own forces. What can we do? Trust in God, oh my soul, trust in God. He is high and lifted up. And He is not deceived.

Saturday, May 01, 2004

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