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JFK: A Reformed Cold Warrior

JFK: A Reformed Cold Warrior

First, let me define cold war as a state of political tension and military rivalry between nations that stops short of full-scale war. Second, I’d like to categorize “cold warriors” into two separate groups. I’ll call the first, the Military Group; and the second, the Strategic Group. Both had extremist factions. The Military Group included a subtype I’ll call the Warmongering Group, while the Strategic Group included a subtype I’ll call the Intelligence Group. The Warmongering Group included men such as General Curtis LeMay, whoRead More

Fletcher Prouty

Anatomy of Assassination – L. Fletcher Prouty

Editor’s Note: Thanks to Len Osanic from Black Op Radio for allowing us to share this important talk. Click the blue button to download the PDF document of this talk to your hardrive This subject which I am going to get into I might call the anatomy of assassination or the politics of assassination. Assassination is a big business. In fact, assassination is the business of big business. I’ve written quite a bit on this subject in various magazines and for those of you thatRead More

Gerry Patrick Hemming: “Weberman did the same thing as the CIA!”

Gerry Patrick Hemming: “Weberman did the same thing as the CIA!”

In this conversation Gerry describes his various relationships with persons to whom he was directed in the hope of raising support (funds) for continued anti-Castro operations. In 1961, Gerry approached Congressman John Rousellot, (R-CA) to garner support. The congressman suggested Gerry visit Robert Morris, who was close to Harold Lafayette Hunt. Morris, in turn, sent Gerry to Lester Loge. Part of this process involved gaining support in small chunks, one influential individual at a time and, like a snowball, it can eventually gain enough momentumRead More