Hope for the United States of America died many years ago.
Our nation used to have hope for so many and for so much. It used to believe that things were possible, like equal opportunity for all, ending involvement in conflicts that made no sense and serving as a role model for other nations. We used to have politicians who were statesmanlike and who had no fear standing up for unpopular principals at their own risk.
We are running out of time to get that hope back.
In fact, the deadline stares right at us. By November 2013, we must do the following before the spotlight of media and public attention given to those who fueled that hope runs out:
Establish the truth about those who were taken from us. Lies destroyed the hope we once knew. Lies about who killed the Kennedys. Lies about KentState. Lies about 9/11.
Get the truth about JFK's assassination and tell everyone else, regardless of what the media or those in power say. We don't need every detail. We do need the truth that members of our government perpetuated the murder and framed an innocent man, Lee Harvey Oswald. All other facts about the assassination simply fall in line behind these two facts.