I believe, as many others do, that the Grassy Knoll is where America lost its soul and where the real American government was seized by a shadow government.
But the takeover of America's soul and government was a long process. November 22, 1963 is the most important date in modern American history along with December 23, 1913, when the private Federal Reserve was created, and September 11, 2001.
The creation of the Fed represented the hijacking of America's finances by an internationalist banking cabal that views itself as above the laws of the United States and above the American people.
The assassination of John F. Kennedy revealed the power of a shadow government that places a higher value on war than on peace, and protects the private interests of a criminal few while destroying the common good of America.
And the false flag September 11 attacks marked the complete transformation of America from a constitutional republic into a colony of global bankers and multinational corporations that cherish profit over country. Over the last century these anti-democratic forces that operate illegally in broad daylight have been busy setting up a global dictatorship to suppress anyone who thinks about resisting their coup d'-tat of America and the world.
John Stockwell, a former CIA officer, and Chief of the Angola Task Force in 1975, said in an interview
in September 1989 on the program Alternative Views that the leadership of the CIA, right-wing military generals, and other elements of the machinery of power in Washington decided that John F. Kennedy needed to be taken out because he was acting against their interests. Stockwell said:
"They couldn't wait for an election, they wouldn't win an election anyway, so the only way they could defend their interests would be to eliminate him. Thereby, at the same time, establishing very clearly to subsequent presidents and senators and congresspeople about who really controls the power in this country, and what the bottom line is when you start taking positions that could damage their interests."
The truth behind President Kennedy's murder is slowly gaining public acceptance in America after half a century.
More evidence and information comes out every day about the assassination. The UK's Daily Mail published an article
on August 8, 2011 about Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis's secret tapes in which she said that Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson was involved in the conspiracy to kill her husband and cover it up.
The same corrupt cabal that killed JFK also killed his brother Robert F. Kennedy, his son John F. Kennedy Jr., and Martin Luther King Jr.
When America faces its past and puts its demons to bed it can get out of the abyss it is falling in and remake the world. The criminal traitors and state terrorists in Washington know that America can be a force for good so they have created economic, immigration and security crises to run the country into the ground and imposed upon it a new political order. They are hoping that a strong, free and independent America won't ever be reborn. But they are overplaying their hand.
The American people are waking up. The long sleep is over.
Knowledge changes a nation much more than violence does. People in America and across the world are beginning to understand that they are viewed as expendable sheep to be exploited by the psychopathic oligarchy that owns the Western banking system. Sometimes, as on September 11, some members of the herd class are slaughtered in broad daylight in order to mobilize the rest of the herd for war.
JFK's assassination and the false flag 9/11 attacks are big-frame windows into a large haunted house, whose existence is secretly guarded from the eyes of the American people by the treacherous and powerful psychopaths who control Washington, Wall Street, the military-industrial complex, the mass media system, and other social forces that mold American society.
JFK, RFK, and MLK envisioned a greater, freer and more just society, which is considered a crime by America's political ruling class. They are willing to do anything to preserve the rotten status quo, even kill the American people who they have stolen from and deceived for almost a century.
Stockwell said in another interview
on Alternative Views that the status quo in America needs to be ripped apart because its foundations are laid by high acts of treason, and deceptions, none greater than the killing of a democratically elected President. Stockwell said:
"Wayne Smith, who is a distinguished professor at Johns Hopkins, formerly the State Department's representative in Cuba, resigned in 1982 in protest of Reagan's policies, . . . Not long ago, during the summer when I was reading some of these books, we were talking on the phone. He said that their feeling back then, at the time of the killing, was that the nation was simply not ready for the awful truth, that the fabric of society couldn't tolerate it, it couldn't accept it. And then he said he wasn't sure they were necessarily wrong given the circumstances back then.
Although, his position is that now enough time has gone by that we should investigate. He would like to see a full, honest investigation at the proper present time. My answer to him, maybe I'm a purist, maybe I'm still in a perverse way naive as I was naive when the CIA was using me, but I don't buy that. Even if it would tear the nation apart from top to bottom. If you have such cynicism, that they can kill the president and stuff it down the public's throat, the cover-up, and go on about their lives, then we need to tear the society apart from top to bottom and shake it apart, and get some sense of law and order. What reality of order can there be in a society that is that cynical."
Twenty two years after Stockwell made those statements, America is beginning to fall apart. A lot of people are being misdirected and deceived about the origins of the crisis. We must reach out to these people. America's fate is tied up with the world's fate, so it is critical that America be free and just.
The treason that was committed against America in November 1963, and previously in December 1913, is a sign that the dark storm that engulfed European nations in the 20th century also made its way to America, but in a calmer and more sinister way. America has still not gone through the storm yet because it has not faced it.
And the storm must be faced directly by the American people if freedom of the individual and the rule of law have any chance of surviving on this planet. Because if America goes down and submits to the global government dictatorship, then so goes the world.
In the book, "The End of an Age," British author and Anglican priest William Ralph Inge said something that I'm sure you will agree with. He said:
We are in a demented world. Everywhere "men's hearts are failing them for fear, looking at the things that are coming on the earth." All that seemed sacred and immutable has become unsettled. There was a false dawn after the first war, but darkness soon returned. (Inge: The End of an Age, (1948, Putnam & Co. Ltd.) Pg. 11. He quotes from Dutch historian Johan Huizinga's book, In The Shadow of Tomorrow.)
John F. Kennedy, who was born near the end of World War I, represented a break of light in the collective darkness that Inge saw entrapping the world because he took a stand against the demonic forces of war and mass murder. He said no to the war games that occupied his apish generals and the military-industrial complex, and decided to take American soldiers out of Vietnam before he was gunned down by the traitors.
But even though he is dead, his dream of world peace lives on. If we were all as brave as the Kennedy brothers and Martin Luther King Jr. there wouldn't be a long, trillion-dollar war on terror that has destroyed two innocent nations and ruined America's economy. A project for global peace should be started in their honour and in their memory. The 9/11 truth and justice movement should be at the heart of this project because it is attacking the heart of the war on terror - the 9/11 myth.
"We shall be prepared if others wish it. We shall be alert to try to stop it. But we shall also do our part to build a world of peace where the weak are safe and the strong are just. We are not helpless before that task or hopeless of its success. Confident and unafraid, we must labor on--not towards a strategy of annihilation but towards a strategy of peace." - John F. Kennedy, June 10, 1963, American University Commencement Address