Wednesday, September 7, 2016

Article: The Tide is Turning: The Official Story Is Now The Conspiracy Theory | OpEdNews

Article: The Tide is Turning: The Official Story Is Now The Conspiracy Theory | OpEdNews

In a few days it will be the 15th anniversary of 9/11, and this November 13 will be the 53rd anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in Dallas, Texas. These two state crimes against democracy destroyed American democracy, accountable government, and the Constitution's protections of civil liberty.
Years after the damage done by these events the American people no longer believe the official stories. Neither does the government, but the government will never validate the distrust that Americans now share of the oligarchs' government by acknowledging the truth.
The official explanation of the assassination of President Kennedy never made any sense. Videos of the assassination contradicted the official story, as did witnesses, and many credible people challenged the government's story. The CIA was faced with the official explanation becoming unglued and launched its media program stigmatizing doubters as "conspiracy theorists." See here.
The CIA's psych warfare against the public succeeded at the time and for a number of years during which witnesses had mysterious deaths and the trail grew cold. But by the late 1970s there was so much public skepticism of the official story that the US Congress took the risk of being labeled "conspiracy kooks." The House Select Committee on Assassinations reopened the inquiry into JFK's murder. The House Committee concluded that the Warren Commission's investigation was seriously flawed, that there was more than one person firing at President Kennedy and that there was a conspiracy to assassinate JFK.
The corrupt US Department of Justice (sic) contradicted the House Select Committee's report. However, the American people believed the Select Committee and not the corrupt Justice (sic) Department, which never tells the truth about anything.
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By 2013, polls showed that most Americans are "conspiracy kooks" who do not believe the official government line on JFK's assassination. So with regard to JFK's assassination, the "conspiracy theorists" are in the majority. The minority are the Americans who cannot escape their brainwashing.