Assassination of JFK: Assimilating the Anguish Perhaps no event of a tragic nature in human history, modern or otherwise, has ever universally impacted the very core of the human psyche as severely as the assassination of JFK continues to do. So long as we persist in our collective state of denial as to what the assassination of JFK means today the events of November 22, 1963 will punish the human psyche in much the same way as plagues, diseases, and natural disasters punish it. While we are awareRead More
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Emotional Memories By Steve Kossor [Author’s note: I’m offering this essay about the practical and psychological roots of the 11/22/63 coup that gave us the government and corporate-intelligence establishment that has continued to exploit and despoil worldwide human and material resources with relentless vigor. I suggest that we have an obligation to future generations to offer advice and potential solutions that may enable them to recover from the institutionalization of corporate and intelligence interests within the American government. I’m offering my suggestions to help find aRead More
JFK’s Last Night Before the Assassination This is some fantastic footage, showing President Kennedy and his wife Jackie Kennedy in Houston, Texas on November 21, 1963. The film was shot by Roy Botello, a San Antonio native, at The Rice Hotel, shortly before 9pm, at a local gathering in honor local Hispanic leaders. Several hundred people turned out in the name of League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC). The next day, the president would be murdered in Dallas. This film is in 8mm andRead More
COPA Presentation 2010 Proper analysis of the actions of the President’s Special Assistant for National Security, McGeorge Bundy, plays a key role in answering the question, “Was JFK’s Vietnam withdrawal policy changed?” after his assassination. That the reversal of JFK’s Vietnam withdrawal policy started immediately following the assassination is no longer in doubt. That Bundy drafted a document (NSAM 273), which began that reversal of policy, on November 21st–the day before JFK was assassinated–is suspect. LBJ signed the final version of the document (NSAM 273) that began to escalateRead More
And it was from that basic necessity for security that the Federal Governmentʼs existence derives and it is through perpetuation of such a need, now termed, National Security, that the Federal Government justifies its continued expansion to this very day. And, by logical extension, the prospect of a sustained peace threatened to challenge that expansion in 1963, much as it does today. While it is true that the federal government has taken on countless additional responsibilities since its inception, it is also true that aRead More