One of the most enduring conspiracy theories of the last 50 years has been the assassination of the US president John F. Kennedy in 1962. The government’s and the media’s declarations that this was the work of one crazed fanatic (Lee Harvey Oswald) failed to convince most critically thinking observers. As years went by, the number of skeptics grew.
But as always with cases like this, most people go along with the official story at first, while the media keeps peddling the official version to death.
But soon cracks begin to appear and an increasing number of people start noticing obvious holes in the official story. Before long, those minor holes become bona fide deep wells and the official story falls apart. But as it’s never been officially acknowledged, a conspiracy was born. And it’s growing.
The relevance of the JFK story has never been more poignant than today. In the wake of revelations about the various false flag operations conducted by Western Governments (most especially by the US Government), most of which followed a very similar pattern of official denials and near-identical cover stories (e.g. the 9/11 attack), it’s no wonder that thinking people all over the world don’t want to stop digging.
Here are some links to some of the most interesting bits of research I’ve come across on this topic.
The Men Who Killed Kennedy (multi-part BBC documentary – by Nigel Turner) – this remains one of the best documentaries on the subject.
The Coup D’Etat (1988)
The Forces Of Darkness (1988)
The Cover-Up (1991)
The Patsy (1991)
The Witnesses (1991)
The Truth Shall Set You Free (1995)
The Smoking Guns (2003)
The Love Affair (2003)
The Guilty Men (2003)
As always, I’ll do my best to update more and more links as time goes by, and you too are welcome to contribute!