21st Century Wire says…
Why is JFK is still the most important Lone Gunman story? Because it was the first in a long series of psy-ops (psychological operations) directed against the American people. It wasn’t just the killing of Kennedy – it was also the death of common sense in America, as a nation surrendered to the false flag narrative.
Over 50 years on, and most of the United States are still ‘stuck on stupid’ when it comes to the dreadful assassination of US President John F. Kennedy on November 22, 1963). Why is the Oswald ‘lone gunman’ theory still so appealing for so many?
By definition, a Lone Gunman is an individual person who acts on his or her own initiative, without partners, especially one who has sole responsibility for doing something questionable, confidential, or iniquitous. In other words, it’s the diametric opposite of a Conspiracy.
Based on the mass success of the lone gunman theory as an official plausible explanation for any and all improbable crime scenes, government and media have enthusiastically deployed it as a final nail to close down most high profile murders of the 20th and 21st centuries.
Was former US and CIA spy and operative Lee Harvey Oswald really the ‘lone gunman’?
In the case of the JFK assassination, the government’s Lone Gunman Theory claims that only three shots were fired by the alleged assassin, but the evidence simply doesn’t match up to Official Conspiracy Theory. Spartacus Educational summarizes the conundrum as follows:
“The Warren Commission came to the conclusion that John F. Kennedy was assassinated by a lone gunman, Lee Harvey Oswald. This theory has been supported by several other investigators including Arlen Specter, Walter Cronkite, Dan Rather, Hugh Aynesworth, Gerald Posner, John McAdams and Kenneth A. Rahn.”
“As Lee Harvey Oswald could not fire his bolt-action rifle fast enough to wound John F. Kennedy and John Connally with separate shots, the Warren Commission argued that a single bullet hit Kennedy in the back of the neck and exited from the throat just below the Adam’s apple. The same bullet entered Connally’s back, exited from his chest, went completely through his right wrist, and lodged in his left thigh.”
(G1) Warren Commission Report (September, 1964)
In the US, most people under the age of 60 years will not remember the Cuban Missile Crisis of 1962, when JFK was right in the thick of nuclear war with the Soviet Union. They say we came within an inch of annihilation. It never happened. Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev said, “We will bury you!”, but Kennedy didn’t flinch. Little did he know that the Cuban issue would later play a central role in the President’s untimely murder.
It didn’t stop with JFK. There were more ‘lone gunman’ ready to kill other popular emerging US leaders. The timing and selection of these targets was no coincidence, as is partly explained in, JFK, MLK, RFK, 50 Years of Suppressed History: New Evidence on Assassination of John F. Kennedy, Martin Luther King and Robert F. Kennedy – Failures to Confront the Unspeakable, and The Way Ahead. Part I, By Elizabeth Woodworth, published on November 15, 2013.
Why are Americans so married to the lone gunman explanation to this and other high-profile murders?
Is it because the lone gunman theory is simply easier, and more comfortable to shallow?
Is it because they are paralysed with the fear – of speaking the unspeakable?
For an individual American to challenge any official narrative means not only courting controversy and risking being ostracized by one’s peers, but it also means challenging The Establishment – a challenge that’s hardly ever in vogue, in any country, or century…
Almost everything we know about the assassination of John F. Kennedy has been planted in our minds over years of mainstream media (MSM) programming. Virtually every theory advanced has been either conjured up or promoted by those who control the MSM. Therefore, just like all the false leads which were published during November of 1963, much of this ‘official’ information is highly suspect.
However, as far as the much more expansive JFK assassination coverup is concerned, many of those accused parties had either a direct or indirect hand. No matter what the degree of participation, a conspiracy of silence is always the most deafening. And always the most successful over the long term.