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  1. Default Why the WC is Inoperative: Plaque 3

    http://www.ctka.net/2014/wr_anniv_03.html

    How anyone can buy one word of the WR after reading this series escapes me.

    Well, maybe McAdams, Jean Davison and Von Pein. And Paul May who goes by Photon and at Jeff Morley's site, his new one there is BradR or something like that.

    Outside of them though. What a legacy of lies to cover up the murder of JFK.

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    From plaque 3: "The Commission says that Oswald ordered a 36-inch, 5.5 pound Mannlicher Carcano carbine rifle. But this is not the rifle entered into evidence by the Dallas Police. That rifle is a 40.2 inch, 7.5 pound Mannlicher Carcano short rifle. Again, this discrepancy is never noted by the Commission nor is it in the Warren Report."

    We also know that the rifle paraded into the street and through the hallways of DPD is visually a different rifle from the one in the National Archives. The photographic comparisons are here on this forum in another thread and elsewhere.

    We also know that the rifle in the backyard photos is the wrong size to be either a 40 inch or a 36 inch rifle. If that is truly 5' 9" Oswald in the photo, then the rifle he is holding is at least 43 inches long. (If the backyards photos are faked, there's no telling what rifle is being held.)
    "All that is necessary for tyranny to succeed is for good men to do nothing." (unknown)

    James Tracy: "There is sometimes an undue amount of paranoia among some conspiracy researchers that can contribute to flawed observations and analysis."

    Gary Cornwell (Dept. Chief Counsel HSCA): "A fact merely marks the point at which we have agreed to let investigation cease."

    Alan Ford: "Just because you believe it, that doesn't make it so."

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    Isn't it amazing that this crucial point has taken so many years to surface and take hold.

    But I mean, it drives the other side batty.

    Taken together, its now the wrong bullet, the wrong rifle, the wrong shell, CE 543 and the wrong bag.

    And with the NAA dead and buried, what is the case against Oswald?

    As I note near the end, there really was not any. That is why the testimony had to be changed: Norman, Givens, Carolyn Arnold and Marina.

    In the real world, those guys on the WC would have been disbarred.

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    The Warren Report: Anatomy of a fraud.


    And now we return to your normally scheduled mainstream media CIA brainwashing...

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    The winners write the approved history, which most people will fail to learn anyway because they don't read. Allen Dulles wasn't entirely wrong about that. The masses of Americans don't care about anything that doesn't come through their Media Matrix big-screen HDTV. Keeping Up with the Kardashians has been on for 8 seasons now. If they're not into that, then it's Game of Thrones with its Sopranos-in-Middle Earth+porn theme. Or updating their Facebook page, trying the latest hot diet to lose those last 5 pounds, that new energy drink, that new techno-gadget, have you checked your credit rating lately...

    Most of the country is beyond reaching now, I'm sorry to say. It's not just the JFK assassination. How many Americans actually care about RFK, MLK, Gladio, OKC, 9/11, the USS Liberty, the Gulf of Tonkin, MK/ULTRA, Golden Lily, US support for Israel, and so on? Maybe 10% to 20%? That may be too optimistic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tracy Riddle View Post
    Most of the country is beyond reaching now, I'm sorry to say. It's not just the JFK assassination. How many Americans actually care about RFK, MLK, Gladio, OKC, 9/11, the USS Liberty, the Gulf of Tonkin, MK/ULTRA, Golden Lily, US support for Israel, and so on? Maybe 10% to 20%? That may be too optimistic.


    Yet 80% believe there was a conspiracy. Which shows a good percentage simply consciously trade-off indifference for an easy life.


    So much for the brave and the free.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Albert Doyle View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Tracy Riddle View Post
    Most of the country is beyond reaching now, I'm sorry to say. It's not just the JFK assassination. How many Americans actually care about RFK, MLK, Gladio, OKC, 9/11, the USS Liberty, the Gulf of Tonkin, MK/ULTRA, Golden Lily, US support for Israel, and so on? Maybe 10% to 20%? That may be too optimistic.


    Yet 80% believe there was a conspiracy. Which shows a good percentage simply consciously trade-off indifference for an easy life.


    So much for the brave and the free.
    I've been thinking about this a lot in relation to 9/11. There are a lot of really good critical books, articles and documentaries on 9/11, much of it available for free on the internet. The 9/11 truth movement is pretty tech-savvy, and yet how many Americans are they reaching? Are they getting through to the average brainwashed consumer zombie? I don't think so.

    And yes, 70-80% of Americans believe in a conspiracy in the JFK assassination, but what kind of conspiracy do they believe in? There's almost no polling on the subject, but I would bet the results are all over the place.

    We know things are bad — worse than bad. They're crazy. It's like everything everywhere is going crazy, so we don't go out anymore. We sit in the house, and slowly the world we are living in is getting smaller, and all we say is: 'Please, at least leave us alone in our living rooms. Let me have my toaster and my TV and my steel-belted radials and I won't say anything. Just leave us alone.' - Howard Beale, Network (1976)

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    With 9/11 there seems to be quite of bit of disinformation posed as 9/11 "truth". The one that comes to mind is a video claiming no planes hit the twin towers - that it was all CGI. There's enough of it to make the intellectually lazy simply turn away, which is horrific as it takes only a cursory examination to see that, at a MINIMUM, the official narrative is a fairy tale.


    With respect to Plaque 3, Jim - or anyone, can you clarify for me point 29? I'm assuming that post offices in 1963 had slots to drop mail before business hours as they do now. Was it run through a postage meter which would require the office to be open?

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    My recollection is that the money order was purchased and then mailed at the same post office at the same time. (But perhaps I'm just assuming that.) It was the kind of money order that you can buy at a post office. To buy the money order at the post office, someone had to make a personal appearance.
    "All that is necessary for tyranny to succeed is for good men to do nothing." (unknown)

    James Tracy: "There is sometimes an undue amount of paranoia among some conspiracy researchers that can contribute to flawed observations and analysis."

    Gary Cornwell (Dept. Chief Counsel HSCA): "A fact merely marks the point at which we have agreed to let investigation cease."

    Alan Ford: "Just because you believe it, that doesn't make it so."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tracy Riddle View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Albert Doyle View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Tracy Riddle View Post
    Most of the country is beyond reaching now, I'm sorry to say. It's not just the JFK assassination. How many Americans actually care about RFK, MLK, Gladio, OKC, 9/11, the USS Liberty, the Gulf of Tonkin, MK/ULTRA, Golden Lily, US support for Israel, and so on? Maybe 10% to 20%? That may be too optimistic.


    Yet 80% believe there was a conspiracy. Which shows a good percentage simply consciously trade-off indifference for an easy life.


    So much for the brave and the free.
    I've been thinking about this a lot in relation to 9/11. There are a lot of really good critical books, articles and documentaries on 9/11, much of it available for free on the internet. The 9/11 truth movement is pretty tech-savvy, and yet how many Americans are they reaching? Are they getting through to the average brainwashed consumer zombie? I don't think so.

    And yes, 70-80% of Americans believe in a conspiracy in the JFK assassination, but what kind of conspiracy do they believe in? There's almost no polling on the subject, but I would bet the results are all over the place.

    We know things are bad — worse than bad. They're crazy. It's like everything everywhere is going crazy, so we don't go out anymore. We sit in the house, and slowly the world we are living in is getting smaller, and all we say is: 'Please, at least leave us alone in our living rooms. Let me have my toaster and my TV and my steel-belted radials and I won't say anything. Just leave us alone.' - Howard Beale, Network (1976)


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    ― Leo Tolstoy,

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