Anyone with reasonable acceess to JFK assassination evidence who does not conclude that that act of 20th century regicide was planned, executed, and covered up by conspirators is cognitively impaired and/or complicit in the crimes.
Not a scintilla of untainted evidence exists to support the contrary conclusion that a single individual planned and carried out the assassination.
The historial truth may be stated simply: John Fitzgerald Kennedy was murdered by conspirators.
Yet 53 years after the fact, the weaponization and subsequent utilization of that truth in the war for greater truth and justice for JFK and the countless millions collaterally damaged by his executioners appear to be of no interest to the vast majority of well-intentioned students and investigators of the assassination. They are content to restate and re-debate, ad nauseam and ad mortem, long-established truth and long-settled points of contention.
Such engagement plays directly into the hands of the Sponsors of JFK's assassination, whose primary Facilitators designed a cover-up with the ultimate objective not of convincing the world that a lone nut did the deed, but rather of preserving indefinitely the uncertainty and disempowerment that the lone nut/conspiracy debate breeds.
The most dramatic recent demonstration of the impotency of the JFK assassination research community -- including its self-touted champions -- is to be discerned in its pathetic failure to metamorphose the global attention paid to the event's 50th anniversary observances in Dallas into delivery systems for weaponized truth. Instead of seizing the day via every available method, from guerilla theater to civil disobedience to scholarly discourse, the champions and their minions segued from internecine squabbling to onanistic fits of self-righteousness.
What of it?
John Fitzgerald Kennedy lies a-mouldering in the grave.
As e.e. cummings wrote:
a wind has blown the rain away and blown
the sky away and all the leaves away,
and the trees stand. I think i too have known
autumn too long
Given all that we know ... given the truth some of us have fought and, in too many instances, died to discover ... the reality is inescapable:
Until we arm ourselves with that truth and engage the enemy on the field of battle, we remain, as Sylvia Meagher would put it, accessories after the fact to the murder of JFK.
How do you propose we move forward?
Better yet -- and thank you, Greg Burnham, for the inspiration:
How do you propose we advance?