Tomorrow night, Wednesday, at 7 p.m. Eastern, we continue with our ongoing online conference “The National Security State and the Kennedy Assassination.” The speaker will be Douglas Horne, who served on the staff of the Assassination Records Review Board in the 1990s and who is the author of the watershed 5-volume book Inside the Assassination Records Review Board. Horne’s book is what inspired me to write The Kennedy Autopsy and The Kennedy Autopsy 2.
With Horne’s presentation, we now move into the autopsy part of the conference. Following Horne’s presentation, the subsequent three Wednesdays will feature presentations by three independent physicians: Dr. Michael Chesser, Dr. David Mantik, and Dr. Gary Aguilar.
The importance of this part of the conference cannot be overstated. It is the heart of the conference. These four presentations will establish beyond any reasonable doubt that the autopsy that the U.S. national-security establishment conducted on the body of President Kennedy was fraudulent.
Why is that important? Two reasons:
- There is no innocent explanation for a fraudulent autopsy. None! And no one has ever come up with an innocent explanation.
- A fraudulent autopsy was necessarily part of a cover-up in the assassination. What other reason would there be for a fraudulent autopsy?
The question naturally arises: Given that the U.S. national-security establishment conducted a fraudulent autopsy, who would it be covering up for? Certainly not the communists. The Pentagon and the CIA hated communists. There is but one entity that the U.S. national-security establishment would be covering up for with its fraudulent autopsy. That entity is the national-security establishment itself.
Conspiracy theory? That’s what the Pentagon and the CIA would like people to think. If they can make people afraid of being labeled a “conspiracy theorist,” then such people might be less willing to examine the truth of the assassination.
I think that fear of being labeled a conspiracy theorist is the biggest obstacle to a widespread acceptance of the who and why of the Kennedy assassination. It even pervades much of the libertarian movement. People are scared to death to examine the actual evidence that has been uncovered since the tenure of the Assassination Records Review Board in the 1990s, especially the medical evidence surrounding the autopsy, for fear of being labeled a conspiracy theorist. It has been one of the most successful propaganda campaigns in the history of the CIA, one that continues to operate today to dissuade people, including libertarians, from delving into the matter and then condemning what happened.
After all, a war by one branch of government against another branch of government should ordinarily be considered a big thing, one that people would still be discussing today. It certainly was a big thing when it happened in Chile in 1973, with the full support of the U.S. national-security establishment. It seems to me that it’s big enough to warrant study and attention by every American citizen who is concerned about liberty, peace, prosperity, the Constitution, and America’s democratic processes.
And yet, there are still many Americans, including libertarians, who take the position: “I don’t want to know. I do not want to make myself aware of what happened. I do not wish to be labeled a conspiracy theorist.”
Now, it’s possible that a person can study the medical evidence in the Kennedy autopsy and arrive at a conclusion that the autopsy was not fraudulent. I don’t think that can reasonably happen, but I concede that it’s possible. That’s not the problem we face in America. The problem we face in America is the mindset that says, “I don’t want to know, even if it did happen as you say. I do not want to make myself aware of what happened. I do not want to put myself in the position of knowing. I do not want to be labeled a conspiracy theorist.”
A military nation
Think about it: What business did the U.S. national-security establishment have conducting the autopsy of the president? This isn’t supposed to be a military nation. This isn’t supposed to be Myanmar, Pakistan, Egypt, or some other military nation.
Yet, the one undisputed fact in the Kennedy assassination is that it was the U.S. military, with likely direction from the CIA, that conducted the autopsy. Not the Soviet Union. Not Cuba. Not the Mafia. Only the U.S. national-security establishment.
Moreover, the plan was set into motion at the moment Kennedy was declared dead. A team of armed Secret Service agents, acting on orders and brandishing guns, violently refused to permit the civilian authorities in Dallas to conduct the autopsy, as required by state law. Forcing their way out of Parkland Hospital with the president’s body, they dutifully delivered it to Air Force One, where new President Lyndon Johnson was waiting for it. Johnson then delivered the body into the hands of the military, which then proceeded to conduct a fraudulent autopsy.
Ever since then, the mainstream press has acted like the military takeover of the president’s autopsy was entirely normal. But it’s not normal. It’s highly abnormal, especially given the official narrative — that Kennedy was supposedly killed by a lone-nut civilian in a civilian city during a civilian-run parade as part of a civilian political campaign.
The Kennedy assassination today
What is the relevance of the Kennedy assassination today? I get that question all the time. Look around you. The U.S. national-security establishment is ginning up crises against both China and Russia, which is precisely what it was doing both before and after the Kennedy assassination. Consider what U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken just said in a speech at NATO headquarters in Brussels:
Beijing’s military ambitions are growing by the year. Coupled with the realities of modern technology, the challenges that once seemed half a world away are no longer remote. We also see this in the new military capabilities and strategies Russia has developed to challenge our alliances and undermine the rules-based order that ensures our collective security.
Who says that history doesn’t repeat itself? This is precisely the mindset that Kennedy was facing when he threw down the gauntlet in his famous Peace Speech at American University just four months before his assassination. That was where he firmly rejected that mindset and instead declared that America would establish peaceful and friendly relations with China, Russia, and the rest of the communist world, a position that no U.S. president would dare take today. The fact is that Kennedy was not only ahead of his own time, he was also ahead of our time. That was why they had to regime-change him and then conduct a fraudulent autopsy to cover up their action.
The only way we are going to get our nation back on the right track is by facing these uncomfortable truths and accepting that they are part of our legacy as a national-security state. Once a sufficiently large number of Americans come to realize that a free, peaceful, and prosperous nation is impossible under a national-security state, we will be well on our way to restoring liberty, peace, prosperity, and a limited-government republic to our land. That is why The Future of Freedom Foundation continues to focus people’s attention on the Kennedy assassination.
Horne’s video presentation is 2 hours and 45 minutes long. Please watch it before tomorrow’s session, which will be devoted to Q&A. It will not only make the Q&A session more rewarding to you, it will also serve as a valuable introduction to the subsequent three presentations on the medical evidence.
We now have 730 registrations. You can register for the conference here. Registration is free. You will then be sent a zoom link for the conference. We hope to see you tomorrow evening.