53 years after the assassination of John F. Kennedy, we have amassed overwhelming evidence that disproves the Warren Commission's assertion that there was no conspiracy involved. Even the subsequently formed Committee on Assassinations, created by the U.S. Congress, explicitly agrees that a conspiracy was likely. The latter Committee goes on to note the inadequacy of the the original Commission's investigations and criticizes its "varying degree of competency." Unfortunately, even this Committee still refused to release thousands of documents related to the Kennedy assassination, or to investigate some of the more troubling questions raised by critics.
Numerous conferences on the subject regularly occur at this time of the year, with hundreds of attendees and credentialed experts present. These gatherings methodically point out all of the erroneous conclusions, and all of the egregious coverups related to the assassination. The consensus among the vast majority of researchers is that the death of JFK was the result of a conspiracy by criminal elements within the deep-state and power elite. Furthermore, their extensive research also leads to the conclusion that Lee Harvey Oswald was merely a 24 year old patsy, who also had a history with the intelligence services. Yet, these well-reasoned conclusions are largely ignored by the mainstream media.
A coup d'etat took place on November 22, 1963. Its success created a troubling precedent whereby the military industrial complex (a/k/a the deep-state) realized that it could subvert democracy, and get away with it, by controlling the media, sabotaging the judicial process through intimidation and assaults, and placing its complicit cronies in positions of power.
These troubling trends continue to this day, as Targeted Individuals are well aware. A controlled media is ordered to ignore or mock our plight. Whistleblowers are discredited or worse. The art of the cover story has been perfected through the use of the old Soviet tactic of psychiatric reprisal. Furthermore, no scientific investigation into the real technology and admitted techniques, used to subjugate and torture us, has been launched by any governmental body.
However, targeted individuals can learn a lot from studying the Kennedy assassination and the works of the researchers trying to expose the coverup. Groups like Citizens Against Political Assassination provide us with a guide to uncovering and researching the crimes of powerful people and organizations. Targeted individuals need to model their awareness campaigns, research procedures, and litigation efforts on the methods of these commendable groups that are steadfastly exposing other crimes of the deep-state.
The media and Hollywood are important tools for controlling, influencing, and educating the public. The Nazis realized this in the 30s, and put the knowledge to evil use. America soon followed suit in WW II, albeit for good and just reasons. Roosevelt broadcast his messages of freedom over the radio to eager audiences, and the military advised on, and influenced, Hollywood films to guide the public’s perception of the war and to create support for the USA’s military.
However, after the war, during the Red Scare of the 50s, many would argue that the American government – which continued to realize the importance and power of Hollywood and its celebrities – went too far by blacklisting many hardworking film industry professionals for suspected communist sympathies. This “witch hunt” was launched at the behest of the rich and powerful who feared a global communist take over at the time. Similar forms of mass media censorship and manipulation have, and still do take place, in all other countries – Soviet Russia being a prime historical example, and modern day China being a notorious contemporary example.
In summary, since the inception of the mass media in the 20th century, the ruling classes of every nation, whether directly; or through non-profits; or through their proxies in the government, have made it their goal to maintain strong influence over the mass media, and the celebrities created by the media.
The ruling class in the USA, naturally consisting of the rich and powerful, and referred to recently as an “Oligarchy” by former president Jimmy Carter, was originally termed the “Power Elite” by renowned sociologist C. Wright Mills in the 50s. This term, applied to the people “pulling the strings,“ has been widely accepted by the academics of most nations, and even reaffirmed by the well-known journalist, David Rothkopf, in his book Superclass.
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