Did Johnson Kill Kennedy?

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While I don’t believe that President Lyndon Baines Johnson was necessarily the man calling the shots behind the plot to kill Kennedy, I think he almost certainly had foreknowledge that it was going to occur. Johnson, after all, was the war mongers’ choice for President, seeing him as more in line with the military’s ambitions for worldwide Imperial supremacy.

Here’s an excerpt from an informative article posted on Barbados Underground: “…by 1963, JFK had come to see the futility of the Cold War and had opened back-channels with Khrushchev to end it, rid the earth of ALL nuclear weapons and engage in normal relations with the USSR. The belligerent hawks, like General Curtis Lemay, within the military-industrial-security apparatus, the FBI, the CIA, naval intelligence etc accused JFK of being a Commie and recruited a gangster, Lyndon Baines Johnson (LBJ), Vice-President at the time, to be part of this criminal conspiracy to subvert an elected government and assassinate JFK. Our revered Malcolm X, at the time, deemed it as ‘chickens coming home to roost’.

Barbados Underground

Submitted by Pachamama

For, in the final analysis, our most basic common link is that we all inhabit this small planet. We all breathe the same air. We all cherish our children’s future. And we are all mortal.” – JFK

Everybody seems to remember a gloomy day on November 22nd 1963 when a volley of bullets rang out in Dallas killing John Fitzgerald Kennedy (JFK), POTUS, and injuring Texas governor Connolly. Despite 50 years of propaganda by the conspirators to cover up the murder of the most powerful man in the world, the truth has emerged. In the last 50 years 2000 books have been written about these events, dozens of movies, many more documentaries, hundreds of unofficial investigations and several official investigations. Some of these official investigations were indeed conducted or controlled by the very people who were part of the criminal conspiracy, to as they said…

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