President Kennedy's Attack on TPTB

JFK Made Specific Efforts in 1963 to Fight Back

3 DAYS IN '63

Three Reasons Why TPTB Wanted to Kill Kennedy in 1963
NewsFocus, by Tim Watts - 052116  Updated 081716

For those that seek to find holes in the armor of Camelot, let it be noted and recognized that President John Fitzgerald Kennedy, the 35th president of the United States, came into the office swinging right from the start.

No president since Kennedy has ever so boldly fingered the powers that be (TPTB) so publicly and so frequently as he did.

No one certainly angered them more than Kennedy.

First off, Kennedy said no to the Bay of Pigs Invasion, April 17, 1961. (George HW Bush has been reported by many to have been deeply connected to that operation).

Second, as a result of the operation, Kennedy fired CIA Director Allen Dulles (one of this country's biggest traitors and a longtime Rockefeller and Bush family associate) and he then threatened to break the CIA into a million pieces.

Third, one of his very first major speeches while in office, following Eisenhower's warning about the military industrial complex, was to deliver a deliberate, strategic and impassioned call to the press association (ANPA) at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, on April 27, 1961, his famous "secret societies" speech, in which he literally openly exposed to the world for the first time, in deliberate fashion, the secret power that sits behind the scenes in this world.

He also made a direct, emphatic plea to the press, a call for help, to assist him in "alerting the American people."

That's a heck of a start for someone's first 100 days in office.

While it's true that both Roosevelt's went after the "money trust" (TPTB) in their first 100 days of office, again, none arguably did as much to anger them as Kennedy did.

Andrew Jackson is perhaps the only other President that might have angered TPTB as much as Kennedy, but Kennedy was the first in the modern era to physically go after them, and that obviously did not set well, as history sadly shows.

If there was a time in his short tenure as president, where Kennedy angered them most, an argument can be made that 1963 was the year that Kennedy poked the hornet's nest of TPTB the most.

His first direct attack was the signing of Executive order 11110 on June 4 of that year, allowing the US government the ability to once again create its own money, outside of the Federal Reserve cartel.

Next up, just six days later, Kennedy gave his historic speech on peace at American University, June 10, in which he spoke of his plans for disarmament. In this most eloquent speech, Kennedy reiterated only one thing, that he would "continue" to fight for peace. This obviously did not sit well with the military industrial complex, in which his predecessor had warned the nation earlier.

Perhaps the straw that broke the camel's back that year the most was the fact that on October 11, Kennedy placed National Security Memorandum 263 into the official record, which signaled his intent to pull the US out of Vietnam, something that once again angered TPTB and their newly formed military industrial complex.

This sordid, illicit cartel showed its resolve on November 22, 1963, with a public execution in Dealey Plaza, on the 53rd anniversary of their Jekyll Island coup against this country. 

The "tell" in this conspiracy was National Security Memorandum 273, which contradicts Kennedy's NSM 263.

Some say this memorandum was placed into the US record on November 26 while Kennedy was away in Dallas, however, released docs show a date of November 26, just days afterward.

According to investigative researcher Jim Marrs, the first draft of memo 273 was written the on November 21, the day before Kennedy was shot.

The gist of this conflict is that memo 273 totally contradicted National Security Memorandum 263, which Kennedy had earlier put into the record himself.

If their treason was never punctuated before this day, Kennedy's public murder was that exclamation point.

The Warren Commission, which included the man that Kennedy had fired, ex-CIA Director Allen Dulles, concluded that there was no conspiracy involved, however, the 1976 House Select Committee on Assassinations concluded that there was indeed a conspiracy involved to murder Kennedy. (Also for Martin Luther King Jr.)

The corporate media tellingly refrains from mentioning this fact to this very day.

For those that like to argue over the reasons for Kennedy's murder, (some of that being deliberate obfuscation of the facts) I like to think that the reasons are quite obvious, as noted in this article.

Three days in 1963 that angered TPTB to the point of not just cold-blooded murder, but a savage, public execution that involved brutal head shots in retaliation.

President Kennedy will forever be a heroic martyr in this country and around the world, for giving his life in the fight to stop this evil cartel of the uber-rich.

No matter how much they try to sully the Kennedy name, to undo the martyr force that they themselves myopically created, it is clear that there once was a US president that had the integrity, and the balls, to fight for all of us - to stand up for what is right.

This country has been waiting far too long for another president  of integrity and character, to stand up to this criminal cabal.

To this day, we still wait.

See Also:

Kennedy's Secret Societies Speech

The Text of Kennedy's  Secret Societies Speech

Kennedy's Speech on Peace

JFK vs. The Fed

The Assassination of President Kennedy

When the Media Failed Us Most

Audio: You Give Me Fever (JFK Remix)  [MP3]

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