Milk and Cigarettes

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50th Anniversary of the Nazi Coup

Wow – it feels kinda weird to be writing this in the middle of the day after having written everything in the early morning.

Anyhoo, I had my first session with my personal trainer this morning. We did foam rolling and stretching, which sounds pretty tame, but foam rolling is pretty goddamn excruciating. It sure felt good when I was done though. So the 1st exercise is like an intro, and next week we’ll start on a solid training program.

I plan on going to the gym on the weekend – both days – and doing some cardio and some stretching. I’ll do some foam rolling, but I don’t know if they’ve got any foam rollers available for the regular schlubs. Regardless, nice and early to bed tonight and I’ll be hitting the gym at a shocking late 8:00am tomorrow morning. Assuming I don’t sleep in until something awfully late like 6:30 or so…

Right – so today is the 50th anniversary of the JFK assassination and consequently the 50th anniversary of when the Nazi power faction staged a coup of the United States of America. For those who assume I’m using hyperbole when I say “Nazi”, I’m not. Check out Operation Paperclip to learn about how the American intelligence apparatus smuggled in Nazi’s after the 2nd world war.

You’ll see lots of discussion in the media today about how x% of people “still believe in a conspiracy.”, tacitly implying that the ridiculous ‘Lone Gunman’ theory is the correct one. Here’s an interesting fact: in 1978, the US House Select Committee on Assassinations ruled that JFK was assassinated very likely due to a conspiracy.

Here’s another interesting couple facts: Lee Harvey Oswald emigrated to the Soviet Union in 1959, which was smack dab in the middle of the Cold War. Then, in 1962, he returned to the United States with no fuss, really. Again, this was in the middle of the Cold War, when tensions between the US and USSR were at an all time high. And LHO is basically allowed to hop from one country to the other. And we’re supposed to believe he’s just some schlub who harboured a hatred against Kennedy for some reason that’s never really been fleshed out? Come on!

Another interesting fact: Lee Harvey Oswald was, at one point between 1957 and 1961 stationed at Atsugi Air Force Base, one of the 2 places on Earth during that time to house the ultra-secret U2 spy plane. Right – just some lone nut wacko?

At the very least, LHO was some sort of intelligence asset. He’s stationed at an Air Force Base that’s housing some super secret stuff. Then he walks in and out of Russia during the height of the cold war. And we’re all just supposed to believe he’s some loner weirdo who hated the president and freedom and apple pie. 

I, for one, am incline to believe Oswald’s story that he was a patsy. I think he was likely set up by the CIA to take the fall for JFK’s assassination. Where LHO was captured after the assassination, sitting alone in a movie theater, has all the hallmarks of a clandestine CIA meeting place. Then there’s his suspicious death as he’s being transported to a different prison by a shady, mobbed up character, Jack Ruby, who would later go on to claim that the CIA forcibly gave him cancer in prison.

Interesting tie-in to all this. David Ferrie (played by Joe Peschi in the movie JFK) wore a wig because he lost all his hair due to cancer. I tell ya, the more one looks into the people and coincidences surrounding the JFK assassination, and then being aware of all the heinous shit the CIA has got up to that they’ve admitted to, it’s a wonder the “lone gunman” theory has persisted as long as it did.

Another interesting thing, the Zapruder film was also likely altered. 

 

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November 22, 2013 - Posted by | Uncategorized | , , , , , , , , ,

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