16 thoughts on “INTERVIEW WITH DARK JOURNALIST ON JFK ASSASSINATION”

  1. anakephalaiosis

    SQUARE POINT THEATER 11
    Washington’s apron.
    Sewing club of conspiracy.
    Papal embroidery.

  2. what smells throughout all these generations is that the only reason i have imagined so far for why we have been allowed to get this much disclosed is that the conspirators wanted us to know, just slowly enough to show their power without undermining it. does our learning these truths somehow strengthen them? is that why we’re given 3 generations of wizard stick gafla from hollywood like American Made? or American Sniper? is it to divert culpability off onto the sheep? to absolve the judas goats and the shepherds? what is the point?

    btw, doc hope you went into the connections between antarctica and ownership of the book warehouse and dallas on part 2. it’d be curious to see a james corbett type comprehensive doc on all these proven and known connections and transactions. something along the lines of gary webb’s work on iran / contra / mena / l.a. / israel / drug war / weapons / hostages / bribery which also by the way probably got him killed by the same people (including the new ussa ag select) so that we could learn about him and all this just a little bit too late.

  3. Fascinating: George de Mohrenschildt the connection between Oswald, the CIA “ostensibly” and General Reinhard Gehlen organization, German intelligence, and Texas oil men, and the Kennedy assassination, because of course de Mohrenschildt was heavily invested in oil himself, and the White Russians. I thought you were going to say Alan Dulles, because he was at the center of the Kennedy assassination, but of course Dr. Farrell’s answer makes much more sense. What I don’t get, is how someone from German intelligence, or did Gehlen retain some high level contacts after the war in Russia, is that how he was able to get Oswald in and out of Russia, or did he have some sway with the Kremlin? Interesting fact: Wikipedia says Gehlen was sacked by Adolf Hitler because of the FHO’s pessimistically accurate intelligence reports about Red Army superiority. That’s beautiful, the truth will always get you in trouble, when those in control just want to hear lies. However, come to think of it, Russia could have been beat. A friend of mine with a very high IQ, who likes to play military games actually won the WWII game that dealt solely with the eastern armies between Russia and Germany staying away from Stalingrad, saving it for last, and instead marched that Army straight into Moscow, before Winter and cut off the railroad lines, and won the game by a hair, he says.

    1. Robert Barricklow

      Could it be that those not following the telos script,
      are removed from the stage?
      Once the script flipped; does Gehlen have the key role?

      Is Wikipedia notoriously updated by the CIA for corrections?

  4. Also interesting:
    “Has The Government Legalized Secret Defense Spending?”
    https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2019-01-18/taibbi-has-government-legalized-secret-defense-spending
    https://www.rollingstone.com/politics/politics-features/secret-government-spending-779959/
    “While a noisy Supreme Court fight captivated America last fall, an obscure federal accounting body quietly approved a system of classified money-moving. The only thing that did not make the news was an announcement by a little-known government body called the Federal Accounting Standards Advisory Board – FASAB – that essentially legalized secret national security spending. The new guidance, ‘SFFAS 56 – CLASSIFIED ACTIVITIES’ permits government agencies to ‘modify’ public financial statements and move expenditures from one line item to another. It also expressly allows federal agencies to refrain from telling taxpayers if and when public financial statements have been altered.

    In plain English, the new guidance allowed federal agencies to ‘modify’ public financial statements, with essentially a two-book system. Public statements would at best be unreliable, while the real books would be audited in ‘classified environment[s]’ by certain designated officials.”

    Reminds me of an old quote: “Power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely.”
    ~ Lord Acton, 19th-century British historian.

  5. Partially pertaining to the Dark Journalist interview:
    https://arstechnica.com/science/2019/01/chinese-firm-scores-a-win-in-smallsat-launch-competition/
    “China’s new Long March 6 rocket has won a major commercial launch contract, with an agreement for up to six flights over two years to deploy 90 small remote sensing satellites for Argentina-based Satellogic. The contract, which will allow Satellogic to deploy a constellation capable of imaging the entire planet at a 1-meter resolution on a weekly basis…” [my italics]

    Now, how might be an ‘international fascist intelligence organization’ be connected to Argentina? And, why would insular, impoverished Argentina need a fleet of fairly-capable “remote sensing” satellites? I would suggest looking into the area around San Carlos de Bariloche (known as Bariloche) in the province of Río Negro, Argentina…

  6. Robert Barricklow

    Not surprising, when you look back into General Smedley Butler’s prevention of an organized fascists coup against FDR. This international fascist intelligence organization, no doubt, also had their fingerprints all over Truman’s signing off on the CIA; bringing it into their collective fold. So paperclip was simply a continuation moving towards its telos[26:08 clicks in].
    [Jotting down/typing up as I watch; back to interview… ]

    1. Robert Barricklow

      Other[s] must have clued Kennedy into what’s/whose behind the CIA curtain? When Kennedy’s taken-out; perhaps others meet untimely ends as well?[37:28]
      Yes, the UFO connection; i.e.,: blk research, blk finance, blk geopolitics[ & blk press/media connections?]. 45:22

      Can’t wait for blk ops aerospace!
      [on an if come?]

  7. Anybody went to Russia and asked some questions from these people who knew Oswald? I’m sure there are a lot of these people. wink wink.

    1. Yes. Norman Mailer, the well known novelist, went to Minsk and interviewed O’s fellow workers, with whom O went rabbit hunting on occasion (reported to be incompetent), a pop off loud mouth at work and a not very diligent worker.
      Somewhat of a malcontent, consistent with his military history (most likely a cover to somewhat establish his bona rides as a malcontent pop off).

      Mailer interviewed O’s father-in-law (a former high ranking three letter agency type), several former friends of Marina, and even some of the local gang stalkers assigned to follow O around, etc.

      Mailer,s highly detailed book was entitled Oswald’s Tale, I believe published by Random House circa late 80s or early 90s, was thorough, sincere, and well received.

      Mailer died shortly thereafter, apparently of natural causes (unlike Gary Web, mentioned elsewhere within these comments).

      1. Oops. Should be “fides” – not “rides” last line of P. 1.

        This iPad Mini constantly changes verbiage.

  8. Uffff. Me like. After Marshal/General Jim Marrs died, I really missed these videos about JFK. Thanks!

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