Three Dead Kennedys - USA CIA murders -AngloFinance Empire
Three Dead Kennedys
Oswald's military intelligence file destroyed in 1973.
Jackie Kennedy's blood-splattered pink and navy Chanel suit that she wore on the day of the assassination is in climate controlled storage in the National Archives. Jackie wore the suit for the remainder of the day, stating "I want them to see what they have done" when asked aboard Air Force One to change into another outfit.
The location of Kennedy's wounds suggested that his
assailant had stood behind him, but some witnesses said
that Sirhan faced west as Kennedy moved through the
pantry facing east. This has led to the suggestion that
a second gunman actually fired the fatal shot, a
possibility supported by coroner Thomas Noguchi, Chief
Medical Examiner-Coroner for the County of Los Angeles.
In 2007, analysis of an audio recording of the shooting
made by freelance reporter Stanislaw Pruszynski
appeared to indicate, according to forensic expert
Philip van Praag, that thirteen shots were fired, even
though Sirhan's gun held only eight rounds.
Dec 17, 1963 Richard Helms memo to Deputy Director CIA - Project MKULTRA The present investigation is concerned with chemical agents which are effeftive in modifying the behavior and function of the central nervous system. (1) Materials which will render the induction of HYPNOSIS easier or otherwise enhance it's usefulness. (2) Materials and physical methods which will produce AMNESIA for events preceeding and during their use. author's note; Sirhan has no memory of how he got into the pantry or of shooting Senator Kennedy. p.260 JFK VS. CIA
Thane Eugene Cesar, killed RFK
Sirhan Sirhan, shot and wounded 5 people, missed RFK
I think that Sirhan was a typical fanatical religious human. Sirhan was a typical younger male human, no chance for sex, friendship, science, basically left like most people with the brutal, unfeeling, religious, antisexual humans on earth.
Carl Uenger, maitre-d of the Embassy hotel (where there must have been at least 10 cameras and microphones hidden in each room - where are these vids?), pinned Sirhan against a steam table before Sirhan shot. Sirhan only got 1 or 2 shots off pointed at RFK. 1 missed and hit Paul Schrade, another hit Elizabeth Evans, a 3rd hit William Weisel, 4th Ira Goldstein, and 5th Irwin Stroll (from an 8 shot .22 revolver). After Sirhan started to fire Cesar shot RFK in the armpit, moving the gun up and shooting a second time in the armpit, and finally a third and fatal shot to the back of the head of RFK less than 1 inch away. RFK grabbed the clip-on neck tie on Thane Cesar and that is the neck tie on the ground on the left side of the photo above.
Like the JFK killing, the shocking part of the RFK killing is the number of humans involved that supported the killing of RFK, and the number of humans that protect Thane Cesar. The real hero human of the RFK killing is Thomas Noguchi, the LA county coroner that stuck to the true story that the powder marks indicated the the 3 shots fired from behind RFK were from contact to 1 inch away. Not one person of tens of people including Cesar, puts Sirhan gun less than 2 feet away at any time.
The list of people that covered up that Cesar killed Kennedy is in the thousands. There is going to be a serious exposure and cleaning up operation, in the US government (and on the entire planet).
Thane Cesar is quoted as saying:
He thought the Kennedy family are crooks
Thought the Kennedy brothers were communists, or aided communism. That he gave money to and supported George Wallace (a person that said "segregation forever") in 1968.
the defense lawyer people for Sirhan were paid to lie. They stopped Noguchi from telling the people on the jury that the 3 bullets that killed RFK came from behind and were shot from less than 1 inch away. They never called Thane Cesar to the stand, or implied in any way that Cesar killed RFK. Here Sirhan was going to be killed, but the people in the California State Supreme Court did something to stop all executions, this is a perfect example of how a human was going to be killed that did not kill any human (although Sirhan did try to, and did succeed in wounding at least 5 people, and my vote is for life imprison for this human, but, the idiot US undemocratic court system had already put Sirhan up for parole as early as 1994.
The worst humans involved with the RFK cover up are:
DeWayne Wolfer of LAPD and Cal State Long Beach (destroyed 2 bullets from Ambassedor)
Evelle Younger, DA and later California Attorney General (tried to get Noguchi to change his story)
Russell Parsons, Grant Cooper lawyer humans for Sirhan (did not call Cesar to stand, told Noguchi not to give gory details of distance of gun to RFK)
The entire LAPD (and all government people) must be policed with cameras and microphones. What is amazing is that Darryl Gates, once Police Chief of LA is quoted as saying "casual drug users should be taken out and shot". Stopping homicide, and assaults should have been the number one priority for this human, not doing violence! And this is typical among humans in police and military (and perhaps every where on earth).
That Thane Cesar was not even questioned until volunteering saying something like "don't you want a statement from me?" the grammer Cesar uses is worse than the people in the police, Cesar says "he done shot 5 times by then", not that this is a reason to lock a human in jail. Cesar owned a .22, but was not searched the night RFK was killed, the .45 Cesar had was not taken in as evidence. And even 2 months after the RFK killing the .22 Cesar owned was never taken in as evidence or test fired.
What is shocking is that some people are happy that JFK and RFK were killed. Cesar is quoted as saying that he "ducked and covered" (a reference to a US propoganda film about what to do during a nuclear war), perhaps implying that the Kennedies would have caused a nuclear war. But the reality is that if anybody is going to sink the planet into war, it will be the far right conservative violent humans willing to use the massive military arsenal to start destruction on various parts of earth. Here again, Bush Jr. and Sr. are perfect examples of this kind of person, recklessly using the weapons we all paid for.
I was never enthralled by the Kennedys, because I didn’t think America should be a home to royal families and an aristocracy.
I remember Jack’s equivocations on the War of that time and eventual decision to escalate what was to become a national tragedy. I remember brother Bobby at first hesitant to embrace civil rights and look the other way when civil rights workers like my friend Jerome Smith was beaten in the deep South.
I remember reading about the Mafia like business dealings of their dad, “the Ambassador,” Joe Kennedy who made his fortune running booze during prohibition, and who appeased Hitler when posted to England.
The real power elite is not just made up of politicos. It is controlled by our corporate rulers. They were not in that church. They are in their country clubs and boardrooms, counting their lucre and happy to see right battle left as long as they are left alone to amass their billions. They are behind the attempt to scuttle health care reform, and keep our profitable for some wars going.
“He saw war and tried to stop it,” said Ted of Brother Bob.” But who is trying to stop the wars now? Who is even talking about them?
the U.S. empire does not maintain 872 bases and military missions spread across the length and width of the planet so that its troops can experience the delights of multiculturalism or breathe fresh air of life. It maintains them, at enormous cost, Noam Chomsky has said on numerous opportunities, because they are the principal instrument in a plan of global domination comparable only to that which obsessed Adolf Hitler in the 1930s. To think that those troops and weapons systems are based in Latin America for some reason other than to insure the territorial and political control of a region that experts consider the richest on the planet in terms of its natural resources – water, energy, biodiversity, minerals, agriculture, etcetera – would be unforgivably stupid. These bases are the front-line of a military aggression that may or may not occur today or tomorrow, but will certainly occur when the imperialists consider it convenient.
Venezuela's president has said that he is preparing to break off ties with Colombia over its decision to grant the US military increased access to military bases in the country.
Hugo Chavez said on Tuesday that there was "no possibility" of repairing relations with the government of Alvaro Uribe, his Colombian counterpart, due to the move, which he says could allow the US to target Venezuela.
"We have to prepare the rupture of relations with Colombia ... this is going to happen," Chavez told Nicolas Maduro, his foreign minister, in a conversaton broadcast on state television on Tuesday.
Bogota has said the deal with Washington, which would allow the US military to increase its presence at seven bases under a 10-year lease agreement, is necessary to tackle drug trafficking.
'Declaration of war'
The US deployment on Colombian soil would be capped at 800 troops, according to the agreement, but Chavez has warned that the bases could be used as a launching point to unseat Latin American leaders.
"Those seven Yankee bases there are a declaration of war against the Bolivarian revolution and that's how we see it. A declaration of war," Chavez said.
Bogota and Caracas share a $7bn-a-year trade realtionship, but in light of the military deal, Chavez has threatened to shift many of the country's purchases to Argentina.
He also withdrew his ambassador to Bogota earlier this month, before sending him back several days later.
Venezuela's threat to cut ties with Colombia came before a regional summit in Bariloche, Argentina, on Friday, where Latin American leaders will discuss the US-Colombian security arrangement.
Bolivia and Ecuador, allies of Venezuela, have also criticised the troop deal, but a number of nations in the region have dismissed the concerns, saying that it is purely an internal matter for Colombia.
WASHINGTON -- A recent analysis of the 2007 financial markets of 48 countries has revealed that the world's finances are in the hands of just a few mutual funds, banks, and corporations. This is the first clear picture of the global concentration of financial power, and point out the worldwide financial system's vulnerability as it stood on the brink of the current economic crisis.
A pair of physicists at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich did a physics-based analysis of the world economy as it looked in early 2007. Stefano Battiston and James Glattfelder extracted the information from the tangled yarn that links 24,877 stocks and 106,141 shareholding entities in 48 countries, revealing what they called the "backbone" of each country's financial market. These backbones represented the owners of 80 percent of a country's market capital, yet consisted of remarkably few shareholders.
"You start off with these huge national networks that are really big, quite dense," Glattfelder said. “From that you're able to ... unveil the important structure in this original big network. You then realize most of the network isn't at all important."
The most pared-down backbones exist in Anglo-Saxon countries, including the U.S., Australia, and the U.K. Paradoxically; these same countries are considered by economists to have the most widely-held stocks in the world, with ownership of companies tending to be spread out among many investors. But while each American company may link to many owners, Glattfelder and Battiston's analysis found that the owners varied little from stock to stock, meaning that comparatively few hands are holding the reins of the entire market.
“If you would look at this locally, it's always distributed,” Glattfelder said. “If you then look at who is at the end of these links, you find that it's the same guys, [which] is not something you'd expect from the local view.”
Matthew Jackson, an economist from Stanford University in Calif. who studies social and economic networks, said that Glattfelder and Battiston's approach could be used to answer more pointed questions about corporate control and how companies interact.
"It's clear, looking at financial contagion and recent crises, that understanding interrelations between companies and holdings is very important in the future,” he said. "Certainly people have some understanding of how large some of these financial institutions in the world are, there's some feeling of how intertwined they are, but there's a big difference between having an impression and actually having ... more explicit numbers to put behind it."
Based on their analysis, Glattfelder and Battiston identified the ten investment entities who are “big fish” in the most countries. The biggest fish was the Capital Group Companies, with major stakes in 36 of the 48 countries studied. In identifying these major players, the physicists accounted for secondary ownership -- owning stock in companies who then owned stock in another company -- in an attempt to quantify the potential control a given agent might have in a market.
The results raise questions of where and when a company could choose to exert this influence, but Glattfelder and Battiston are reluctant to speculate.
"In this kind of science, complex systems, you're not aiming at making predictions [like] ... where the tennis ball will be at given place in given time," Battiston said. “What you're trying to estimate is ... the potential influence that [an investor] has."
Glattfelder added that the internationalism of these powerful companies makes it difficult to gauge their economic influence. "[With] new company structures which are so big and spanning the globe, it's hard to see what they're up to and what they're doing,” he said. Large, sparse networks dominated by a few major companies could also be more vulnerable, he said. "In network speak, if those nodes fail, that has a big effect on the network."
The results will be published in an upcoming issue of the journal Physical Review E.