Today is the 50th anniversary of the conspiratorial murder of President John F. Kennedy during his open motorcade through Dallas, TX. It is perhaps fitting that the date of the perfidy in 1963 fell on a Friday, and that today, the 50th anniversary of the deed, is also a Friday. For me, it is a bitter memory... I remember where I was when I was a six year old boy, and first heard the news. I was home sick from school, sipping on chicken noodle soup my mother had just cooked, and had just finished watching the old tv game show and was a few minutes into the old soap opera, As the World Turns, when the CBS announcer broke into the program with the flash news from Dallas... and the rest of the day was spent watching in disbelief.

The murder of President Kennedy announced a half century of the theater of blood, a surreal bizarrerie which to contemplate can only leave one - if one is truly honest and paying attention to the details - with a sense that everything is connected to it. It ushered in a new era of the political murder, as Senator Robert Kennedy, Dr. Martin Luther King, HRH Princess Dianna, Swedish Prime Minister Olaf Palme, Italian Prime Minister Aldo Moro, and many others, were added to the list of suspicious deaths and bizarre murders. There were serious attempts on the lives of Presidents de Gaulle, Gerald Ford, Ronald Reagan. On and on one could go.  It ushered in an era of unbelievable scandals, each of which, to the attentive eye, had connections with all the others: the Watergate fiasco, Iran-Contra, Mena Arkansas, the BCCI banking scandal, the collapse of Franklin Bank, Penn Square, the Savings and Loan Scandal, Nugan Hand Bank in Australia. There were the Ruby Ridge and Waco Sieges (remember Janet "it's for the children" Reno?). There were the strange allegations of voting fraud via computerized voting, "Votescam"... a trial run in Reno's home county of Dade county, Florida. There was the Oklahoma City bombing and the strange disappearance of suspects, the suppression of the State of Oklahoma's own investigation and grand jury, the quick demolition of the Murrah Building and the destruction of evidence, the allegations of retired USAF brigadier general Benton Partin that showed clear evidence of demolition charges in the building; there were the 1993 WTC attacks. There was the Baader-Meinhof gang in Europe, the Saville scandal in the United Kingdom with allegations stretching back to the Heath government; there was the Franklin scandal in the USA; there was the P2-G affair in Italy, the murder of Roberto Calvi at London's Blackfriars Bridge; there were the bizarre school shootings from Columbine to Sandy Hook with Batman murders in the theater; Anders Brevik in Norway and the Oslo bombing; there has been all of this and so much more besides, and, of course, the defining "JFK" event of more recent times: 9/11.

For these reasons alone, the conspiratorial murder of JFK still matters. But there are other reasons, deeper and more disturbing reasons, that it still matters. Ask most Americans, and, I suspect, most Canadians, Australians, British, French, Spanish, Italians, Russians, Germans, if they think JFK was murdered by the "lone nut" Oswald, or by a conspiracy, and I suspect one will find that most people think it was a conspiracy. But ask the talking heads of the American media on the left or right, and you will hear answers that basically parrot the Warren Report. The same for 9/11... most people I encounter at least entertain a suspicion or a doubt about the official 9/11 story, and yet, one cannot ever hear of any alternative theory on the mainstream Amerikan media without, at some point, hearing the words or phrase "conspiracy theory" uttered in context, to cast the pall of suspicion over anyone or any theory contrary to the official fable.  It is intriguing and interesting, that the hardened ideological positions both of the left and of the right major media in the USSA, are united on this one point: the Warren Report was right; everyone else is wrong. (And that means, even the Congressional committees that concluded differently).

It matters because, even though the talking heads on the media know their position is nonsense, and know that most people know that it's nonsense, but yet the theater and the fable are continued. And the reason why is simple: the same forces that murdered the president are still running the show today (see the litany of connected scandals in paragraph two above). And those same people own or exert extraordinary influence within the major media and publishing houses to this day, in spite of the dwindling audience for their operas(why have Salieri when you can have Mozart?)  It matters because their methods are still the same: lies, fraud, deception, deceit, theft, broken promises, and murder.

It matters because lies, fraud, deception, theft, broken promises, have never worked as organizing principles for a civil and open society.  So today, if you're in the JFK conspiracy camp, send a message to the purveyors of the official fable: turn them off - television, radio, movies - turn them all off, cancel that subscription to the major newspaper that will produce all the op-ed and "looking back" pieces in defense of the fable, and read a book about the subject instead.

See you on the flip side.

Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. unclejed on December 5, 2013 at 2:12 am

    Don’t forget Australian Prime Minister Harold Holt who vanished off Portsea in Victoria whilst swimming in the surf. He still held office as the P.M. when this happened, 17th Dec 1967. LBJ visited Australia during Holt’s term as P.M. and it was alleged he was suffering extreme depression when he vanished, as well as rumours he was supplying the Chinese with intel!

  2. Frankie Calcutta on November 23, 2013 at 8:28 am

    And don’t forget Bob Marley. That was downright deicide. I imagine there was some serious nail chewing by the demonic cabal when this Prince of Peace exploded on the scene like a supernova.

    And if I know my demonic cabal and how they like to eulogize those they murdered, you can bet the first batch of legal, mind and spirit crippling GMO marijuana they roll out for public consumption will have Bon Marley’s face on the wrapper.

  3. marcos toledo on November 23, 2013 at 2:18 am

    Any body for the take off of the Shakespeare play Mac Beth Mac Bird. Though in that play it’s RFK would is the bad guy strangely.

  4. henry on November 22, 2013 at 3:37 pm
    The assassination of President Kennedy needs to be remembered for number of reasons.
    whether its his attempts to initiate ‘a new era of co-existence with the Soviet Union’ or allegedly, he reached an agreement with Indonesia’s Sukharno ‘to lease Indonesian gold as part of what some consider to be a long-range Kennedy plan to restructure American currency and finance’, a key country in the ‘Non-Aligned Movement’, he sees that the ‘Cold War’ was an excuse for the creation of this ‘international military-industrial-intelligence-finance capital complex’ in the first place.

  5. amunaor on November 22, 2013 at 9:32 am

    Thanks again Joseph, for wonderfully crafted and woven dissertation!

    Yes, I noticed that even Public Broadcasting, last night, was shoveling the same old manufactured drivel out into the skulls of the listening realm. Although, I doubt that very many tuned into their, long ago, decrypted ‘programing’.

    In the end, the light will find them all out, exposing their rotten souls! We can easily tell this because the appalling stench becomes more and more unbearable as it enters the daylight sun; there just aren’t any pockets of breathable air to left for them to hide in.

  6. Robert Barricklow on November 22, 2013 at 9:03 am

    Something is wrong.
    But why is EVERYBODY going along?
    That was then.
    At least now, NOT everybody is going along.
    The numbers then were few.
    There are more today than yesterday.
    Still, those who sell their souls are? Who are “they”? What do they see in the mirror?
    And to this day the Biggest Rat In The Room To My Mind’s Eye Is Media!

    • amunaor on November 22, 2013 at 9:48 am

      Media? You mean: bobbling-head, desk anchors; toxic lead; groveling boot-lickers……..

      They are those with cushy, glitzy positions in front of a corporate camera; who dare not bite the hand that feeds the stinky fish in the bowel.

      They are the modern day court jester; the monkey tethered to the hurdy-gurdy man, or Wisner’s Wurlitzer.

      In concert, they produce a foul wind!

      • Robert Barricklow on November 22, 2013 at 1:55 pm

        The talking bubbling heads are the worst!

        But even when reading fictionalized thrillers, lamestream best-selling author(s) go along with the 9/11 arab cave-dwellers armed with box-cutters. And if they dare go futher, like: Let It Happen On Purpose(instead of IHOP), they can’t even begin to get published, unless it’s an extremely rare publishing house, one in the true spirit of journalism/story-telling.
        The whole media spectrum is virtually FUBARed.
        (The Extremely rare exceptions being, of course, authors like Dr. Farrell who get published by steller organizations that speak truth to power. …At least for the time being)

        • jedi on November 22, 2013 at 2:01 pm

          who walked out of a cave with a sword, freeing himself from the box of saturn?
          Everything is a code.

  7. basta on November 22, 2013 at 8:45 am


    Thank you for a perfect summation of modern American “history.”

  8. Geraldo Lino on November 22, 2013 at 8:22 am

    Great piece, Mr Farrell. I was an 8-year-old boy in 63′ and I still remember the strong impression that the JFK murder made upon the adults around me – professors (I was at school when the news arrived), relatives, neighbours etc. I couldn’t understand then why the death of a man in a distant country could shock people here in Brazil so much. Well, it took me some decades to understand.

    Two days ago, I wrote an article called “JFK 50 years: why it still matters” for the weekly newsletter of my group the Ibero-American Solidarity Movement, which was posted today in our website (; unfortunately only in Portuguese, but if anybody is interested the google language tools provide a readable approximation).

    By the way, I suggest that you take a look at the Facebook link ( of a London theater group that is working on a play based on the assassination, named “We, Macbeth”. I don’t know the play but the most interesting fact is the name of its supposed author is James Hepburn. I think that you’ll surely remember that it’s the same name of the fake author of the 1968 book “Farewell America”, an excellent account of the Dallas plot made by a team of the French intelligence service SDECE. So, trying to mimick your style (forgive me for that), it seems that someone is trying to tell something to someone else.

    Greetings from Rio de Janeiro.

  9. jedi on November 22, 2013 at 6:24 am

    and the hippie movement, the satanic rock groups, CIA and LSD, the USS Liberty, the suicide cults of Jimmy Jones, the Manson family, the Dali Lama and destruction of Tibet, the Lunar moon landings, the bay of pigs, the Gulf of Tonklin, MK Ultra,….

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