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LBJ and the Conspiracy to Kill Kennedy: A Coalescence of Interests Paperback – March 1, 2011
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But mention November 22, 1963 today and you will likely get a reaction like: "JFK's assassination? Isn't that ancient history? What's that got to do with a fresh Starbucks and Twitter........? What is Vietnam again?"
Well, if you want to know why the world is the way it is today, JFK's murder is the lens through which you must look to see what is truly going on now. November 22, 1963 is the day the American Democratic experiment ended forever, replaced by a pathetic, puppet-theater version of itself.
Much has been written about that day and the events which followed, as well as several movies, however the complete truth still eludes us to this day. Now Joseph Farrell turns his prodigious talents again in the direction of that conspiracy, and illuminates new corners of that darkness.
Farrell dons his forensic historian hat and pieces together the puzzle of all the disparate vested interests and people who are known to have been involved in that treasonous skullduggery. For the first time, he pulls together a coherent picture of how all the various interests of oilmen, CIA, FBI, politicians, Mafia, Nazis and others coalesced in that loathsome and despicable act of cowardly treason and betrayal.Read more ›
It was necessary for me to frequently remind myself that this is NOT a work of fiction but an extremely well documented work of non-fiction. It is not a "page turner" rapid read for the truly interested individual.
On November 22, 1963, I was approximately half way through Recruit Training at the Great Lakes, Illinois, Navy Recruit Training Center. That day is locked in my memory forever. For the first time, this book has allowed me the means and opportunity to unlock many of the mysteries that accompanied the events of that day into my memory. Thank you, Mr. Farrell, for the keys to those mysteries.
Numerous scholars have painstakenly done the research into the why and how our President was in a "ritual bloodbath for all to see."
Now, Mr. Farrell has taken it up a notch and you will know "the why" and for anyone who insists on keeping their heads in the sand,....."Denial is a River in Egypt."
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Every older person KNOWS that America changed the day JFK was "publicly executed"...Researchers such as Joseph P. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Darlene from Kansas
Very Interesting story. The concept of using a chart to lay out means, motive, and opportunity for the various groups was a definite help. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Caryn Leaf
Clearly, no one book can examine all of the elements that make up this greatest of assassinations; but Joseph Farrel does a great job of elucidating the core motives, agencies, and... Read morePublished 15 months ago by R.
Tired of the Dribble about 'Who killed JFK' on the Cable Channels that ignore all the well documented and important evidence, people, and groups involved with the Events in Dallas... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Paolo Trapanese