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    They're all following the John Ford maxim (from...

    They're all following the John Ford maxim (from the Man Who Shot Liberty Valance): 'when the legend becomes "fact" print the legend.'
  2. Peter, very interesting stuff that I had not...

    Peter, very interesting stuff that I had not heard before. I do have a couple of questions regarding how this has been substantiated particularly with respect to the nuclear weapons. I can buy that...
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    And also the Washington Post!

    And also the Washington Post!
  4. What I actually said is that I was not convinced...

    What I actually said is that I was not convinced that Harriman's statements did not constitute convincing evidence that he ordered the assassination which, as I keep having to remind you, was the...
  5. Look, if Barbour has files from Garrison that...

    Look, if Barbour has files from Garrison that document that Harriman personally "ordered" the assassination of Kennedy let him release them, at least to qualified researchers, to be properly...
  6. Very substantive reply /s. And by the way,...

    Very substantive reply /s.


    And by the way, neither could I ....
  7. Sorry, not convinced at all. If I were on the...

    I think we're looking at Harriman's possible knowledge of the plot.

    The Wise Men, Walter Isaakson & Evan Thomas, pg 640:




    Sounds like Harriman was extremely uptight that afternoon.
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  8. Thanks for your reply Cliff. I still don't see...

    Thanks for your reply Cliff. I still don't see any real evidence of Harriman's involvement in the assassination. He may have been full of it regarding his opinion about what "top Kremlinologists" had...
  9. My replies in blue

    My replies in blue
  10. Quoting from Wikipedia (yes, I know they have...

    Quoting from Wikipedia (yes, I know they have issues):

    In April 1959, the secretary of the Air Force issued implementing instructions to USAF to deploy two Jupiter squadrons to Italy. The two ...
  11. Eh, I'm not sure they were "NATO" missiles per se...

    Eh, I'm not sure they were "NATO" missiles per se since the US maintained control over the nuclear warheads. I think you're really reaching with that last claim about Kennedy and Khrushchev...
  12. Counterpunch...

    Counterpunch is at it again:

    Some select quotes

    "According to Ellsberg, the American plan for nuclear annihilation was presented to John F. Kennedy when he was President. Evidence elsewhere ...
  13. Thank you Cliff - I appreciate your making the...

    Of course. There's no hard evidence of any particular person ordering the assassination.

    But because Harriman lied about something as important as possible Soviet involvement a few hours after...
  14. Is there a better source than Max Holland for...

    Is there a better source than Max Holland for what Harriman told LBJ?
  15. After re-reading your original post I find that...

    Of course. There's no hard evidence of any particular person ordering the assassination.

    But because Harriman lied about something as important as possible Soviet involvement a few hours after...
  16. Well that's only proof that Harriman lied about a...

    Well that's only proof that Harriman lied about a meeting of top Kremlinologists. That's hardly proof that he "ordered the assassination" of JFK as Barbour claimed.
  17. I manged to ignore the Trump/right-wing cheer...

    I manged to ignore the Trump/right-wing cheer leading to listen to this. Here's what stood out to me:

    Barbour apparently has something like 67 (don't remember the exact number) boxes of Garrison...
  18. No one is arguing that JFK was a "professional...

    No one is arguing that JFK was a "professional leftist". Jim clearly pointed out that he used that term in reference to polemicists and commentators like Chomsky, Cokburn and the Counterpunch crowd....
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    I thought he had been placed in Williamsburg, VA...

    My nomination: Allen Dulles.[/QUOTE]

    I thought he had been placed in Williamsburg, VA and the CIA facility and Camp Peary VA on 11/22/1963 (Talbot: The Devil's Chessboard).

    Why in the world...
  20. Has anyone read the book He Was Expendable

    I got an e-mail about this book, apparently from the author (James Kelleher) last week:

    http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/he-was-expendable-james-kelleher/1120908547?ean=9781483416090

    Has anyone...
  21. I'm pretty sure they can do the arithmetic. Their...

    I'm pretty sure they can do the arithmetic. Their counter argument would be that JFK would have done the same as LBJ and escalated the war so the result would have been the same. We, of course, know...
  22. Great stuff Jim - will put that book on my...

    Great stuff Jim - will put that book on my reading list.

    Kind of ironic that Nixon ending up doing all the stuff Kennedy wanted to do: recognition Red China, detente with the USSR, withdrawal from...
  23. You do understand that those two statements are...

    You do understand that those two statements are completely contradictory - don't you?
  24. And that same kid could also spot the obvious...

    And that same kid could also spot the obvious misplaced modifier in your post.
  25. Hi Scott Is there any way to obtain your PDF...

    Hi Scott

    Is there any way to obtain your PDF without going through Facebook? I don't have an account with them.
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