Thursday, June 24, 2010

JFKcountercoup: JFK and the Unspeakable

JFKcountercoup: JFK and the Unspeakable

Douglas was slow to connect the death of the President with the constant threat of war. "The Unspeakable," "is a term Thomas Merton coined at the heart of the sixties after JFK’s assassination – in the midst of the escalating Vietnam war, the nuclear arms race, and the further assassinations of Malcolm X, Martin Luther King, and Robert Kennedy

Merton sensed an evil whose depth and deceit seemed to go beyond the capacity of words to describe." Douglas had his own epiphany when he realized that JFK’s conflicts with his own generals and administrators led to his death, the why of his assassination

we would prefer not to confront the Unspeakable, but Douglas goes into their Nest
"Our collective denial to the obvious made possible the Dallas cover-up and was the
foundation for the subsequent murders of Malcolm X, Martin Luther King, and Robert Kennedy by the same forces at work in our government

The cover-up was based on denial, our own. Our citizen denial provides doctrine of ‘plausible deniability rooted in

David Talbot’s book Brothers before him, Douglas reframes the Kennedy presidency to include the backstage manipulations.

Kennedy’s "third Bay of Pigs" was his "Peace Speech" at American University on June 10, 1963.

from January 17, 1961, when President Eisenhower gave his farewell address and warned of the "military-industrial-complex," and ending at 11:21 AM, November 24, 1963, with the murder of Oswald. JFK was the victim of a high level coup

agencies of a national security state had quickly formed a united front behind the official mourning scenes to cover up every aspect of JFK’s assassination

And now the game tables are being overturned, and what was once kept secret for reasons of national security, must now be revealed for reasons of national security, so the Nest of the Unspeakeable can be confronted and purged.

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