Why the Murder of JFK Still Matters
November 14, 2013
Our most basic common link is that we all inhabit this planet. We all breathe the same air. We all cherish our children’s future. And we are all mortal.
– John F. Kennedy
President John F. Kennedy with his son at the White House, October 10, 1963
Why does the murder of President John F. Kennedy still matter?
It matters because the murder of President Kennedy was not only a conspiracy but a coup d’etat. The powers behind the assassination took control over the government and orchestrated the cover-up.
It matters because a coup d’etat that is successfully kept secret in a democratic country means, by default, that the succeeding government is illegitimate.
It matters because the American government continues to lie about the Kennedy assassination.
It matters because if the government is still lying about the Kennedy assassination, it essentially means that the powers that killed John F. Kennedy are still in charge to this very day.
It matters because the mainstream media continues to support, and even endorse, the official version of the Kennedy assassination.
John F. Kennedy salutes as his father’s coffin passes on his 3rd birthday, November 25, 1963
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