Kennedy

Diverse — Drokles on November 22, 2013 at 8:50 pm

Som en del af markeringen af 50 året for John F Kennedys dødsdag trækker flere medier forskellige konspirationsteoretikere frem for at give mindehøjtidelighederne lidt ekstra kolorit. På BT kan man læse Øjenlæge Jens Thygesen’s teori om at det dræbende skud ikke kom fra skolebogsdepotets 5. sal, hvor Lee Harvey Oswald ellers sad og skød ud ad vinduet med sin italienske Carcano riffel. Det dræbende skud kom derimod fra “the Grassy Knoll”, en græsskråning fra en parkeringsplads ned mod vejen kortegen passerede og det ser Thygesen bekræftet af en computermanipuleret fotografi

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Danmarks Radio synes de skal højne licensbetalernes kritiske niveau ved at agere mikrofonholder for James Tague, der udover at have skrevet sin egen bog med sit bud på, hvem der virkeligt stod bag (daværende vicepræsident Johnson i samarbejde med FBI’s J. Edgar Hoover) ikke blot var vidne den tragiske fredag formiddag, men også blev ramt af et stykke cement, der sprang fra en kantsten, hvor en af projektilerne ramte

- Hvorfor de gjorde det? Jamen, det var de nødt til. De ville have, at kun en person stod bag det: Lee Harvey Oswald. Han var en nem person at skyde skylden på, forklarer James Tague til DRs USA-korrespondent, Johannes Langkilde.

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- To af verdens mest magtfulde mænd havde ansvaret. Og der var ingen, man kunne henvende sig til og sige: Jeg ved, hvad der skete, siger han.

Hoovers centrale rolle i efterforskningen er samtidig årsagen til, at Kennedys mord aldrig blev opklaret, mener Tague.

- Warrenkommisionen fik kun informationer fra FBI. Og chefen fra FBI stod i spidsen for at dække over sandheden, forklarer forfatteren.

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- Problemet er jo, at stakkels Oswald ikke var gerningsmanden, siger James Tague og tvivler på, at han nogensinde bliver renset.

- Men nu har jeg dokumenteret det: Det var ikke ham, der skød, siger forfatteren overbevisende.

Langkilde er måske overbevist, men, som Daniel Greenfield skriver i Frontpage Magazine, så er det måske mere et udslag af en venstreorienteret ønsketænkning

The JFK theories were too important to the liberals who were really running things to allow them to die out.

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The JFK assassination became a liberal martyrdom in search of a conservative inquisitioner. Oliver Stone’s JFK was a laborious effort to connect the murder of a liberal icon to the despicable conservative villains that his political martyrdom demanded.

The endless search for the real killers was not done to find them, but to perpetuate the myth. The search could never be complete; the conspiracy theories could provide no closure; though the lynching of Nixon for daring to try and make JFK’s ideas work helped put to rest the ghosts of Camelot for many angry liberals.

JFK was not killed by some miasma of right-wing hatred, by a confederacy of Cuban exiles, CIA agents and Sicilian mafia bosses.

The directions in which the JFK conspiracy theories point reveal what they are trying to hide. John F. Kennedy was not murdered by a miasma of hatred on the right, but on the left. Before liberals became leftists, leftists had a propensity for killing liberals.

And Lee Harvey Oswald was as far to the left as you could go.

There was never really any disagreement about Lee Harvey Oswald’s politics. The media has avoided the issue by characterizing him as a screwball, but Lee Harvey Oswald was a militant Socialist screwball who defected to the USSR and plotted the murders of people he considered “right-wing.”

Lee Harvey Oswald was part of a continuum of left-wing terror in America. The murder of JFK was a bridge between the explosions of violence in the twenties by anarchists and by the Weathermen in the seventies. Oswald was the leading edge of American left-wing violence.

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