Regime Change: The JFK Assassination
by Jacob Hornberger
According to a 2013 Gallup poll, the vast majority of the American people don’t believe the government’s Warren Report about the assassination of president John F. Kennedy. But there are so many theories about the assassination that it’s difficult to make sense of it all — or even know where to start. Who has the time to delve into the controversy and figure it out? And what difference does it make anyway?
If that describes the way you feel about the Kennedy assassination, then this book is for you. It is a primer for understanding the assassination of John Kennedy, and it provides the only paradigm in which all the pieces of the puzzle of the Kennedy assassination fall into place and make sense.
The thesis of this book is a simple one: On November 22, 1963, the U.S. national-security establishment violently removed John Kennedy from the presidency through assassination. This particular regime-change operation occurred within the context of other regime-change operations conducted by the U.S. national-security state during the Cold War, such as those in Iran in 1953, Guatemala in 1954, Cuba in the 1960s, and Chile in 1973.
What was the reason for the Kennedy regime-change operation? The reason was the same as it was for all the other Cold War regime-change operations: “national security.”
- Author: Jacob Hornberger
- Publisher: The Future of Freedom Foundation
- Release Date: 2015
- Page Count: 95 pages