I have to quickly reply that I do not study conspiracy theory but rather, assassination facts.
It is over fifty years ago that our beloved young President John Fitzgerald Kennedy was assassinated before our very own eyes and then we were propagandized to believe a cover up.
If you believe in Santa Claus, the Tooth Fairy and the Easter Bunny, well then you probably still believe that Lee Harvey Oswald was the lone assassin in the murder of our beloved President John Fitzgerald Kennedy.
I believe it is very important for those of us who were alive when John Fitzgerald Kennedy was alive and assassinated to make it pointedly clear to our children that Lee Harvey Oswald was not the killer who assassinated John Fitzgerald Kennedy.
The reason being that, those who were complicit in assassinating John Fitzgerald Kennedy, successfully orchestrated the coup d’état and covered it up with the lone assassin theory, have been exposed by fifty years of research, proof and testimony neglected and hidden by the Warren Commission.
The purpose of this Blog today is to introduce to many of you who are not already aware of these three books which I call the “Trilogy on the Assassination of John Fitzgerald Kennedy.”
There are an innumerable number of books on the subject of the assassination of our young President John Fitzgerald Kennedy. Many false, many misleading and many lies.
The three that I recommend are together monumental:
“JFK and the Unspeakable”, written by James W. Douglass, a theologian, is monumental. The title is derived from a figure of speech made by a man of peace, a man of Christ, Thomas Merton. Who, when writing about the challenge of peace between the nuclear powers of the United States and the Socialist Republic of the Soviet Union during the nineteen sixties, implied that in President John Fitzgerald Kennedy’s efforts to bring peace to the world and avoid a nuclear cataclysmic Armageddon, that “the Unspeakable” would be assassination, the consequence for President John Fitzgerald Kennedy , should he take the path of seeking peace rather than that of war.
“Last Word, My Indictment Of The CIA In The Murder of JFK” by Mark Lane
If you did not already know this, Mark Lane is the undisputable dean of John Fitzgerald Kennedy assassination history and fact.
This one book will fill your quest for knowledge on this deception filled subject.
Last, but not least is the book, “JFK – The CIA, Vietnam And The Plot To Assassinate John F. Kennedy,” by L. Fletcher Prouty.
What is unique about this book is that of all the books you will ever read on the subject of the assassination of John Fitzgerald Kennedy, none of the authors will be insiders who were in the government at the time of this tragic episode of American history with the exception of this one.
L. Fletcher Prouty changes all of this. Here, L. Fletcher Prouty gives you an inside view of the workings of the secret intelligence agencies of the forties, fifties and sixties.
This book is a pillar of knowledge in understanding the dynamics of the combined Industrial Military Complex, Intelligence community and global power.
Incidentally, L. Fletcher Prouty was the anonymous and secretive, “Mr. X,” in Oliver Stone’s epic movie “JFK.”
Rather than pontificate on this subject matter, let me rest here and say to you that if you are a student on the subject of the assassination of John Fitzgerald Kennedy and you read these three books, you will walk away thunderstruck by the implication and consequences that occurred as a result of the assassination of John Fitzgerald Kennedy.
In addition, I suggest that you go to Amazon.com and read the reviews for the books I have mentioned here where you will get a much better review of these books and wider view of what others have to say.
In my humble opinion, the most tragic day in the history of the United States of America.