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Connecting the Dots and Biden's refusal to release the JFK files
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Connecting the Dots and Biden's refusal to release the JFK files.. The story is a bit long in the tooth but the dots are still there for some of the people who want to know. The players were all part of the game to kill JFK.. Oh by law the CIA files were supposed to be released by law in 1992.. BY LAW ! Anyway if you have time this story is worth a listen IMO even if you think you already know everything.



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(10-25-2021, 01:07 PM)727Sky Wrote: Connecting the Dots and Biden's refusal to release the JFK files.. The story is a bit long in the tooth but the dots are still there for some of the people who want to know. The players were all part of the game to kill JFK.. Oh by law the CIA files were supposed to be released by law in 1992.. BY LAW ! Anyway if you have time this story is worth a listen IMO even if you think you already know everything.




Because some of the players in his Murder still have family working in our Government.
That is one reason.
Once A Rogue, Always A Rogue!
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It is another example of "rules for thee but not for me".

Rule of Law in the USA is defunct.

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For those who have not seen this video.
It is hidden by Google and Youtube not easy to find anymore.






Quote:Madeleine Brown first spoke publicly on the matter in 1992, in a television interview for A Current Affair. Brown said that on the evening of November 21, 1963 — the night before the assassination — she went to a party near Dallas at one of Clint Murchison’s houses. When Lyndon B. Johnson finally arrived, she said:
Quote:“Tension filled the room… The group immediately went behind closed doors. A short time later Lyndon, anxious and red-faced, re-appeared. I knew how secretly Lyndon operated. Therefore I said nothing… not even that I was happy to see him. Squeezing my hand so hard, it felt crushed from the pressure, he spoke with a grating whisper, a quiet growl, into my ear, not a love message, but one I’ll always remember: ‘After tomorrow those goddamn Kennedys will never embarrass me again – that’s no threat – that’s a promise.'”
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Quote:Later allegations: LBJ and the assassination of JFK[edit]
After the paternity claims, Brown made other allegations suggesting that there was a conspiracy to assassinate Kennedy, including the charge that Johnson had foreknowledge of a plot.[4][11][12] In 1988, she briefly appeared in investigative columnist Jack Anderson's syndicated program, American Expose: Who Murdered JFK, and said: "In the fall of 1963 I was in the Carousel Club with other advertising people, and Jack Ruby was saying that Lee Harvey Oswald had been in the club and he had been bragging that he had taken a shot at Major General Edwin Walker".[11] Interviews with Brown implicating Johnson also appeared in an episode of A Current Affair in February 1992, and in a 2003 episode of Nigel Turner's documentary The Men Who Killed Kennedy, titled "The Guilty Men."[11][12]
Brown claimed to have been present at a party in Clint Murchison, Sr.'s Dallas home on the evening prior to the assassination of John F. Kennedy that was attended by Johnson as well as other famous, wealthy, and powerful individuals including, J. Edgar HooverRichard NixonH. L. HuntGeorge Brown, and John McCloy.[4] According to Brown, Johnson had a meeting with several of the men after which he told her: "After tomorrow, those goddamn Kennedys will never embarrass me again. That's no threat. That's a promise."[4][13][16]
Brown said that on New Year's Eve 1963, she met with Lyndon Johnson at the Driskill Hotel in Austin, Texas, and that Johnson confirmed the conspiracy to kill Kennedy, insisting that "Texas oil and ... renegade intelligence bastards in Washington" had been responsible.[17][18] Brown alleged that Johnson did not attempt to stop the assassination because he hated Kennedy and had an intense desire to be President.[11] Brown also said that she witnessed Oswald meeting with Ruby in the Carousel Club prior to the assassination, but did not specify how long before the assassination this meeting had occurred.[4][5]
In the years following Brown's allegations, her story has received national attention and several conspiracy authors have cited her claims as evidence of a conspiracy in the case of the JFK assassination.[4]
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(10-25-2021, 01:07 PM)727Sky Wrote: Connecting the Dots and Biden's refusal to release the JFK files.. The story is a bit long in the tooth but the dots are still there for some of the people who want to know. The players were all part of the game to kill JFK.. Oh by law the CIA files were supposed to be released by law in 1992.. BY LAW ! Anyway if you have time this story is worth a listen IMO even if you think you already know everything.




So... you're saying the CIA is not following the law? 

I find that hard to believe. 

tinysure

Just because the man said he was going to scatter the agency to the winds and then he ends up dead in a very public manner, doesn't indicate any wrong doing. Oswald was a mostly peaceful shooter.
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(10-25-2021, 01:07 PM)727Sky Wrote: Connecting the Dots and Biden's refusal to release the JFK files.. The story is a bit long in the tooth but the dots are still there for some of the people who want to know. The players were all part of the game to kill JFK.. Oh by law the CIA files were supposed to be released by law in 1992.. BY LAW ! Anyway if you have time this story is worth a listen IMO even if you think you already know everything.




I know this thread is a little old, but very interesting to me.  I started studying the JFK assassination in 1980 after I read David Lifton's Best Evidence.  I was hooked and spent a lot of time diving into it, but in all the years since it's a kind of here and there pursuit, I have so many interests.  I thought I knew most all there was out there on this topic but since you turned me on to this Dark Journalist dude I've actually been learning some new stuff.  Thanks for posting this, now for a few days I've been just immersing myself in it... can't get enough!
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(07-28-2022, 04:30 AM)wtbengineer Wrote:
(10-25-2021, 01:07 PM)727Sky Wrote: Connecting the Dots and Biden's refusal to release the JFK files.. The story is a bit long in the tooth but the dots are still there for some of the people who want to know. The players were all part of the game to kill JFK.. Oh by law the CIA files were supposed to be released by law in 1992.. BY LAW ! Anyway if you have time this story is worth a listen IMO even if you think you already know everything.

I know this thread is a little old, but very interesting to me.  I started studying the JFK assassination in 1980 after I read David Lifton's Best Evidence.  I was hooked and spent a lot of time diving into it, but in all the years since it's a kind of here and there pursuit, I have so many interests.  I thought I knew most all there was out there on this topic but since you turned me on to this Dark Journalist dude I've actually been learning some new stuff.  Thanks for posting this, now for a few days I've been just immersing myself in it... can't get enough!

DJ is da man! Been listening to him since mid 2018. He's caused me to go down some bottomless rabbit holes along with his interviews of Prof Peter Dale Scott (the master researcher who coined the term "Deep State" politics and is around 90 now.

DJ covers alot of topics on Theosophical & anthroposophy mystery schools & secret societies along with of course the UFO subject which is tied directly to JFK and his personal coined term, "Apotheum Effect Theory" and 'X' steganography.
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