The Future of Freedom Foundation has put together a conference for people who are not well-versed in the Kennedy regime-change operation but who wish to understand it. This conference, entitled “The National Security State and the Kennedy Assassination,” is designed to serve as an easy-to-understand introduction to what happened and why. Consider it a primer in the Kennedy assassination.
The conference will consist of a weekly series of online presentations by various speakers, beginning Wednesday evening, March 3, and continue every Wednesday evening through April 21. By the time it is over, participants will have a good grasp of what happened on that fateful day in November 1963 and why it is so critically important today.
Our conference website and registration page will go live soon. Admission will be free.
In 1964 it might have made sense to fall for the CIA’s strategy of referring to those people who were challenging the official narrative in the Kennedy assassination as “conspiracy theorists.” There were certainly many anomalies in the case, such as the “magic bullet theory” or the notion of a communist U.S. Marine who was never persecuted by U.S. officials. But there was clearly insufficient evidence that had surfaced pointing to the U.S. national-security establishment as the malefactor in the assassination.
Part of the reason for this was the shroud of national-security secrecy that was placed on the assassination and its aftermath. Even that was an anomaly because it was inconsistent with the official narrative that a lone-nut communist without any motive had suddenly decided to kill the president. If that was true, why all the national-security secrecy?
As the years passed, the official secrecy wall began to crack. By the time the Assassination Records Review Board in the 1990s had forced the Pentagon, the CIA, and other federal agencies to disclose much (but unfortunately not all) of their assassination-related records, the evidence grew to critical mass that President Kennedy had been killed as part of a highly sophisticated Cold War regime-change operation, one similar to others that targeted foreign presidents and prime ministers both before and after the Kennedy assassination.
Kennedy had gone to war with the national-establishment over the future direction of the United States. He had declared an end to the Cold War, which was the justification for the national-security establishment in the first place, along with its ever-increasing budgets, influence, and power. He was determined to establish peaceful and friendly relations with the the communist world. Once he won the 1964 election, he intended to pull all U.S. troops out of Vietnam.
All of this was anathema to the national-security establishment. For them, in the midst of the Cold War, Kennedy’s actions meant surrender or defeat at the hands of what was considered to be an international communist conspiracy to take over the U.S. and the rest of the world, a conspiracy, they believed, that was based in Moscow, Russia. For the Pentagon and the CIA, there was only one way to save the United States from an incompetent, philandering, bumbling, cowardly, treasonous president — regime change, the same action that was taken against foreign presidents and prime ministers both before and after the Kennedy assassination.
The biggest breakthrough came in the 1990s, when the evidence that the ARRB uncovered established beyond any reasonable doubt that the national-security establishment had performed a fraudulent autopsy on President Kennedy’s body. There is no innocent explanation for a fraudulent autopsy, and no one — including no one in the mainstream press — has ever been able to come up with one. A fraudulent autopsy can only mean one thing — a cover-up in the assassination itself. Nothing else makes any sense.
I hope you will take the time to attend our online conference. I am certain you will find a very worthwhile educational experience, one that is intended to get our nation back on the right track — toward liberty, peace, free markets, and a limited-government republic.