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December 18, 2022
Newscast In 60 Years” Exposes “Successful
Coup D’état” Of
By: Sorcha Faal, and as reported to her Western Subscribers
A compelling new Security Council (SC) report circulating in the Kremlin today first noting Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu made an aerial inspection of the Russian advanced position and spoke with commanders and troops engaged in the “Special De-Nazification Operation” to liberate Ukraine yesterday, says this inspection was in preparation for Defense Minister Shoigu and President Putin traveling to Minsk tomorrow for high-level talks with Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko and Belarus Defense Minister Viktor Khrenin to map out the final stages of the conflict—a conflict about which Pope Francis observed this morning: “I don’t see an end to the fighting in Ukraine in the near future because this is a global war...Let’s not forget this...There are many hands stirring up the war pot”.
Among those “stirring up the war pot” by flooding weapons into Ukraine to kill Russian soldiers and citizens, this report notes, is socialist Western colonial leader German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, who stated on Friday: “What is important is that, despite major differences in our positions, we do not let the thread of talks with Russia be broken...If we do not talk, Russia would be even less likely to end the war”, and American arms manufacturers, about whom the just published leftist New York Times article “Military Spending Surges, Creating New Boom For Arms Makers” reveals: “Lockheed Martin, the nation’s largest military contractor, had booked more than $950 million worth of its own missile military orders from the Pentagon in part to refill stockpiles being used in Ukraine...The Army has awarded Raytheon Technologies more than $2 billion in contracts to deliver missile systems to expand or replenish weapons used to help Ukraine”—a revelation joined by the article “This DC Party Invite Shows All The Money To Be Made Off The Ukraine War”, wherein it revealed:
“The invitation said the quiet part out loud.
The Ukrainian Embassy hosted a reception last week in
honor of the 31st anniversary of the country’s armed services. Events like this are part of the social
But there was something so overt it led some observers to laugh out loud at the gathering’s invitation.
The logos of military contractors Northrop Grumman, Raytheon, Pratt & Whitney, and Lockheed Martin were emblazoned on the invitation as the event’s sponsors, below the official Ukrainian emblems and elegant blue script that said the Ukrainian ambassador and defense attaché “request the pleasure of your company.”
As to why the peoples of the
The “dream scenario” of forgetfulness exploiting the barely even headlines reading American peoples’ “notoriously short-term memory”, this report details, was put on full display again last week when Supreme Socialist Leader Joe Biden released more than 12,000 documents related to the public execution assassination of President John F. Kennedy that occurred nearly 60 years ago on 22 November 1963—a release best assessed in the article “Biden’s Latest JFK Document-Dump Is A Joke”, wherein it most factually observed: “So, yet again, we see just how pointless these long-awaited government releases are, and how they are only ever used to reinforce the official narrative...It was always going to be that way...Imagine the police rocking up to a murder suspect’s house, knocking politely, and asking if he wouldn’t mind going inside and fetching all the evidence that he killed his wife...Then quietly waiting sixty years for him to do it...The entire process is a farce”.
Not included in the document release, this report notes, were the CIA files on the assassination of President Kennedy—are CIA files historians at the Mary Ferrell Foundation have long sought, including them filing suit against the socialist Biden Regime in October for “illegally hiding documents”, and asking: “What are they hiding?”—are CIA files that were also sought by the late Santa Barbara County-California district attorney David Minier, who represented the family of one of President Kennedy’s self confessed CIA-linked assassins named Claude Barnes Capehart, but whose case MINIER v. CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY, decided on 8 July 1996, saw federal judges ruling: “Although we sympathize with Minier’s search for answers surrounding President Kennedy's assassination, we cannot reward his endeavors under FOIA…Only Congress can override the plain language of 50 U.S.C. §§ 403-3(c)(5) and 403g, which authorize the CIA to withhold the identity of its employees....We have jurisdiction under 28 U.S.C. § 1291…Because the CIA is exempted from disclosing agent names under the plain language of 50 U.S.C. §§ 403g and 403-3(c)(5), we affirm”.
In the extensive Mary Ferrell Foundation document “The CIA And The JFK Assassination” compiled by historians, this report continues, it factually notes that no document has yet proven patsy supposed lone assassin Lee Harvey Oswald worked for the CIA, but from existing records confirms he was surrounded by CIA covert operatives—and wherein from proven records, historians note such facts like: “CIA Counterintelligence Director James Jesus Angleton's division opened the Oswald file in 1960 and had it under close wraps in 1963”—“Oswald’s "best friend" in Dallas was a curious and well-connected oil geologist named George DeMohrenschildt…Long suspected of early ties to French intelligence, or perhaps German intelligence, DeMohrenschildt himself admitted an association with the CIA’s Dallas office head, J. Walton Moore”—and—“One other close associate of Lee and Marina Oswald was Ruth Paine, a Quaker housewife who befriended Marina and gave her a place to live when she and Lee were separated, who got Oswald the job at the Book Depository, and in whose house much of the incriminating evidence was found…Ruth's sister, it turns out, worked for the CIA under Air Force cover”.
A few hours after Socialist Leader Biden released the documents, but kept the CIA files hidden, this report notes, America’s most watched newsman Tucker Carlson of Fox News made the beyond shocking revelation: “Thousands of pages of documents after nearly 60 years, after the death of every single person involved, but we still can’t see them...Today, we decided to find out...We spoke to someone who had access to these still-hidden CIA documents, a person who is deeply familiar with what they contained...We asked this person directly: did the CIA have a hand in the murder of John F. Kennedy, an American president?... Here’s the reply, we received, verbatim...Quote: ‘The answer is, ‘yes.’ I believe they were involved...It’s a whole different country from what we thought it was...It’s all fake”.
In quick response to Carlson’s beyond shocking revelation of the CIA’s involvement in the public execution assassination of President Kennedy, this report concludes, Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., the nephew of President Kennedy, and whose father Senator Robert Kennedy Sr. was assassinated before he could become president, posted the message: “The most courageous newscast in 60 years…The CIA’s murder of my uncle was a successful coup d’état from which our democracy has never recovered”—and to explain to the American people why his uncle President Kennedy was targeted for death by his own government, on the 50th anniversary of the “successful coup d’état” that changed their nation forever, Robert Kennedy Jr. released his open letter “John F. Kennedy’s Vision of Peace”, wherein he revealed the darkest truths about the United States every Russian citizen knows, and every American citizen should fast learn because their very lives now depend on it:
On November 22nd, 1963, my
uncle, President John F. Kennedy, went to
He meant to argue that the best way to demonstrate American strength was not by using destructive weapons and threats but by being a nation that “practices what it preaches about equal rights and social justice,” striving toward peace instead of “aggressive ambitions.”
Despite the Cold War rhetoric of his campaign, JFK’s greatest ambition as president was to break the militaristic ideology that has dominated our country since World War II.
He told his close friend Ben Bradlee that he wanted the epitaph “He kept the peace,” and said to another friend, William Walton, “I am almost a ‘peace at any price’ president.” Hugh Sidey, a journalist and friend, wrote that the governing aspect of JFK’s leadership was “a total revulsion” of war.
Nevertheless, as James W. Douglass argues in his book JFK and the Unspeakable: Why He Died and Why It Matters, JFK’s presidency would be a continuous struggle with his own military and intelligence agencies, which engaged in incessant schemes to trap him into escalating the Cold War into a hot one.
His first major confrontation with the Pentagon, the Bay of Pigs catastrophe, came only three months into his presidency and would set the course for the next 1,000 days.
JFK’s predecessor, Dwight D. Eisenhower, had finalized support on March 17th, 1960, for a Cuban invasion by anti-Castro insurgents, but the wily general left its execution to the incoming Kennedy team. From the start, JFK recoiled at the caper’s stench, as CIA Director Allen Dulles has acknowledged, demanding assurances from CIA and Pentagon brass that there was no chance of failure and that there would be no need for U.S. military involvement. Dulles and the generals knowingly lied and gave him those guarantees.
When the invasion failed,
JFK refused to order airstrikes against Castro.
Realizing he had been drawn into a trap, he told his top aides, David
Powers and Kenneth O’Donnell, “They were sure I’d give in to them and send the go-ahead order
JFK was realizing that the CIA posed a monumental threat to American democracy. As the brigade faltered, he told Arthur Schlesinger that he wanted to “splinter the CIA into a thousand pieces and scatter it to the winds.”
The next confrontation with
the defense and intelligence establishments had already begun as JFK resisted
pressure from Eisenhower, the Joint Chiefs and the CIA to prop up the CIA’s
puppet government in
His own instincts against
intervening with American combat forces in
About six months into his
administration, JFK went to
Six weeks later, military and intelligence leaders responded by unveiling their proposal for a pre-emptive thermonuclear attack on the Soviet Union, to be launched sometime in late 1963. JFK stormed away from the meeting in disgust, remarking scathingly to Secretary of State Dean Rusk, “And we call ourselves the human race.”
As JFK’s relationship with his military-intelligence apparatus deteriorated, a remarkable relationship with Khrushchev began. Both were battle-hardened war veterans seeking a path to rapprochement and disarmament, encircled by militarists clamoring for war.
In Kennedy’s case, both the
Pentagon and the CIA believed war with the Soviets was inevitable and therefore
desirable in the short term while we still had the nuclear advantage. In the
autumn of 1961, as retired Gen. Lucius Clay, who had taken a civilian post in
On October 27th, Gen. Clay
made an unauthorized armed threat to knock down the Berlin Wall using tanks
equipped with dozer plows, seeking to provoke the Soviets into some action that
would justify a nuclear first strike.
The Kremlin responded with its own tanks, which met Clay’s forces at the
border crossing known as Checkpoint Charlie.
A 16-hour face-off ensued. Through
my father, Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy, and Bolshakov,
JFK promised that if Khrushchev withdrew his tanks within 24 hours, the
Two weeks later, with tensions still running, Khrushchev sent a second letter to JFK: “I have no ground to retreat further, there is a precipice behind me.” Kennedy realized that Khrushchev, too, was surrounded by a powerful military and intelligence complex intent on going to war. After the confrontation, Gen. Clay railed against JFK’s unwillingness to “face the risk of nuclear war” against the Soviets.
One year later, on October
16th, 1962, Kennedy saw aerial photographs proving that the Soviets had
installed nuclear missiles in
From the outset, the
Pentagon, the CIA and many of JFK’s advisers urged
airstrikes and a
Then, on October 27th, the
crisis reignited when Soviet forces shot down a
In a secret meeting with Ambassador Anatoly Dobrynin, my father told him, “If the situation continues much longer, the president is not sure that the military will not overthrow him and seize power.”
On Monday, October 29th, the world moved back from the brink. An artfully drafted letter my father wrote with Ted Sorensen pledging that the U.S. would not invade Cuba – plus JFK’s secret agreement with Khrushchev to withdraw obsolete Jupiter missiles from Turkey – persuaded the Kremlin to back down.
My father was not exaggerating to Dobrynin the fragility of White House control over the
military. During the 13 days, the
president’s hold on power became increasingly tenuous as spooks and generals,
apoplectic at JFK’s reluctance to attack
CIA spymaster William
Harvey screamed at the president and my father during a White House meeting: “We wouldn’t be in such
trouble now if you guys had some balls in the
Defense analyst Daniel Ellsberg,
who years later leaked the Pentagon Papers, reported, “There was virtually a coup
atmosphere in Pentagon circles.” Incensed brass were in a state
of disbelief at what they considered bald treason by the president. Spoiling for a war to end all wars, Gen.
Curtis LeMay, the man who pioneered the use of napalm
against civilians in
Khrushchev said afterward that Kennedy had won his “deep respect” during the crisis: “He didn’t let himself become frightened, nor did he become reckless. . . . He showed real wisdom and statesmanship when he turned his back on the right-wing forces in the United States who were trying to goad him into taking military action against Cuba.”
Today it’s fashionable to
view the quagmire of
JFK inherited a
deteriorative dilemma. When Eisenhower
left office, there were by official count 685 military advisers in
Eisenhower explained that “the loss of
Ho Chi Minh’s popularity
in the south had already led Dulles’ CIA to sabotage national elections
required by the Geneva Accords, which had ended France’s colonial rule, and to
prop up Diem’s crooked puppet government, which was tenuously hanging on to
power against the Communists. Back at home,
Republican militarists were charging JFK with “losing
first months in office, the Pentagon asked him to deploy ground troops into
For three years, that refusal
to send combat troops earned him the antipathy of both liberals and
conservatives who rebuked him for “throwing in the towel” in the Cold War.
His critics included not just the traditionally bellicose Joint Chiefs
and the CIA, but also trusted advisers and friends, including Gen. Maxwell
Taylor; Defense Secretary Robert McNamara; McNamara’s deputy, Roswell Gilpatric; and Secretary of State Rusk. JFK’s
As a stalling tactic, he
sent Gen. Taylor to
Despite the drumbeat from the left and right, JFK
refused to send in combat troops. “They want a force of American troops,” JFK told Schlesinger. “They say it’s necessary in
order to restore confidence and maintain morale. But it will be just like
In 1967, Daniel Ellsberg
interviewed my father. Ellsberg, a wavering war hawk and Marine veteran, was
researching the history of the Vietnam War.
He had seen the mountains of warmongering memos, advice and pressure. Ellsberg asked my father how JFK had managed
to stand against the virtually unanimous tide of pro-war sentiment. My father explained that his brother did not want to follow
In 1951, JFK, then a young congressman, and my
Three years later, in April
1954, he made himself a pariah within his own party by condemning the
Eisenhower administration for entertaining French requests for assistance in
Indochina, predicting that fighting Ho Chi Minh would mire the U.S. in France’s
doomed colonial legacy. “No amount of American military assistance in
By the summer of 1963, JFK was quietly telling
trusted friends and advisers he intended to get out following the 1964 election.
These included Rep. Tip O’Neill, McNamara, National Security adviser McGeorge Bundy, Sen. Wayne Morse,
That spring, JFK had told
Montana Sen. Mike Mansfield, who would become the Vietnam War’s most outspoken
Senate critic, “I can’t do it until 1965, after I’m re-elected.”
Later that day, he explained to Kenneth O’Donnell, “If I tried to pull out
The Joint Chiefs, already in open revolt against
JFK for failing to unleash the dogs of war in
Journalist Richard Starnes,
Defying such pressures,
JFK, in the spring of 1962, told McNamara to order the Joint Chiefs to begin
planning for a phased withdrawal that would disengage the
On May 8th, 1962, following
JFK’s orders, McNamara instructed a stunned Gen. Paul
Harkins “to devise a
plan for bringing full responsibility for the Vietnam War over to
On September 2nd, 1963, in
a televised interview, JFK told the American people he didn’t want to get drawn
Six weeks before his death, on October 11th, 1963,
JFK bypassed his own National Security Council and had Bundy issue National
Security Action Memorandum 263, making official policy the withdrawal from
On November 14th, 1963, a
On November 24th, 1963, two
days after JFK died, Lyndon Johnson met with
Over the next decade, nearly 3 million Americans,
including many of my friends, would enter the paddies of
CIA Director Dulles, fired by JFK after the Bay of Pigs, returned to public service when LBJ appointed him to the Warren Commission, where he systematically concealed the agency’s involvement in various assassination schemes and its ties to organized crime. To a young writer, he revealed his continued resentment against JFK: “That little Kennedy . . . he thought he was a god.”
On June 10th, 1963, at
And he acknowledged that now, “above all, while defending our own vital interests, nuclear powers must avert those confrontations which bring an adversary to a choice of either humiliating retreat or nuclear war. To adopt that kind of course in the nuclear age would be evidence only of the bankruptcy of our policy – or a collective death wish for the world.” In the nightmare reality of nuclear war, he said, “All we have built, all we have worked for, would be destroyed in the first 24 hours.”
JFK went on to paint the picture of a world where different ideologies were allowed to flourish, supplanting the immoral and destructive Cold War with productive competition that, instead of “devoting massive sums to weapons,” would divert them “to combat ignorance, poverty and disease.” And, he added, “if we cannot now end our differences, at least we can make the world safe for diversity.”
He concluded by proposing a
blueprint for bringing the Cold War to an end. “Our primary long-range interest,” he said, was “general and complete
disarmament, designed to take place by stages permitting parallel political
developments to build the new institutions of peace which would take the place
of arms.” He
announced unilateral suspension of atmospheric nuclear weapons and proposed
immediate disarmament talks with
It’s hard to understand
today how heretical JFK’s proposal for coexistence
with the Soviets sounded to
Despite opposition to the
treaty from the generals and Republican leaders, including liberals like Nelson
Rockefeller, Kennedy’s words electrified a world terrified by the prospect of
nuclear exchange. JFK’s recognition of the Soviet
point of view had an immediate salving impact on U.S.-Soviet relations.
Khrushchev, deeply moved, later told treaty negotiator Averell
Harriman that the
Worse, in the month leading
up to the speech, he had secretly worked with British Prime Minister Harold
Macmillan to arrange test-ban negotiations in
Caught off guard, the military-intelligence apparatus quickly mobilized to derail the treaty, which still needed to be ratified by the Senate. The Joint Chiefs of Staff, who had announced months earlier that they were “opposed to a comprehensive ban under almost any terms,” joined CIA director John McCone in lobbying against the agreement in the Senate. The Pentagon tried to sabotage its passage by hiding information about the ease of detecting underground tests.
The right-wing propaganda machine found plenty of arable ground in the American national consciousness to fertilize with fear. Initially, congressional mail ran 15-1 against the treaty. JFK believed the chances for passage in the Senate was “about in the nature of a miracle.” He ordered his staff to pull out every stop to mobilize the population, saying that he was determined to get the treaty passed, even if it cost him the 1964 election.
By September, a monumental grassroots White House campaign had flipped public opinion to support the treaty by 80 percent. On September 24th, 1963, the Senate ratified the treaty 80-19. As Ted Sorensen noted, no other single accomplishment in the White House “gave the president greater satisfaction.”
On October 10th, after signing the atmospheric-test-ban treaty, Khrushchev sent JFK the last of his personal letters. In that missive, Khrushchev proposed the next steps for ending the Cold War. He recommended the conclusion of a nonaggression pact between the NATO and the Warsaw Pact nations, and a number of steps to stop the spread of nuclear weapons and prevent their use in surprise attacks. JFK would never see the letter. State Department officials hostile toward Khrushchev intercepted it.
Khrushchev had already secretly proposed to his
own government radical reductions in the Soviet military, including the
conversion of missile plants to peaceful purposes. After JFK’s
death, Kremlin war hawks viewed Khrushchev’s plan as a treasonous proposal for
unilateral disarmament. Less than a year after
JFK, at the time of his
death, was planning his own trip to the
JFK’s capacity to stand up against the national-security apparatus
and imagine a different future for
Despite his abbreviated tenure, John F. Kennedy is the only one-term president consistently included in the list of top 10 presidents made by American historians.
A 2009 poll of 65 historians ranked him sixth in overall presidential performance, just ahead of Jefferson.
And today, JFK’s great concerns seem more relevant than ever: the dangers of nuclear proliferation, the notion that empire is inconsistent with a republic and that corporate domination of our democracy at home is the partner of imperial policies abroad.
He understood the perils to our Constitution from
a national-security state and mistrusted zealots and ideologues. He thought other nations ought to fight their
own civil wars and choose their own governments and not ask the
Yet the world he imagined and fought for has receded so far below the horizon that it’s no longer even part of the permissible narrative inside the Beltway or in the mainstream press. Critics who endeavor to debate the survival of American democracy within the national-security state risk marginalization as crackpots and kooks. His greatest, most heroic aspirations for a peaceful, demilitarized foreign policy are the forbidden debates of the modern political era.
[Note: Some words and/or phrases appearing in quotes in this report are English language approximations of Russian words/phrases having no exact counterpart.]
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