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#1 Jim Hackett II

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Posted 14 January 2015 - 10:29 AM

Conspiracy as reality is this place's jump point of departure. As it should be in any discussion or even internal contemplation of the murder of President Kennedy.

 

All as it ought to be.

 

I also think anyone that can should go to the plaza at least once. If for no other reason than to give moment of silence to Our Last President.

And some folks passed but elsewhere: Mae n Penn n John n others.

Privately is more my own way but to each their own as I hope gatherings and peer review based 'conventions' continue if nothing else for the unsupervised communication.

 

To the point of my appeal.

Once the plaza is done however long that takes to get past 'who dunnit' (shooters IDed), the 'how dunnit' and trip to research Mitch the 5th, once all that is done it is beneficial to pull the frame back to the long view.

 

I salute John Ritchson because he asked a question of Fletcher Prouty that transported me deep into the WHY DUNNIT.

He asked "Did Ed Lansdale have the command authority to stand down the 112th MIG?".

Simple query but I guess the aftershocks are still active today.

 

Into the JCS and contractors and the shifting of stuff around leading up to the murder.

The murk of the dark polysci and out of Dealy Plaza in my own search jumped there.

and a funny thing happened on the way to the football which is the "tell" for the level of command authority involved covertly.

 

Why is a much deeper and more revealing perspective.

 

Given the ARRB from inside work of Doug Horne the conspiracy is proven, but that isn't the damn issue.

The issue is the level executing power in the deceptions, liars, obstruction of justice and demonstrable Treason and worse not even giving a momentary shit about the consent of the governed.

 

"We dunnit and a giant **** on you!" is all they care about WeThePeople. Then, now and just as damn long as the people - WeThePeople stand for the bull.

Consent of the governed is only a school classroom topic for the deluded to them.

 

Isn't that issue at the least a part of the problem faced 50 years on?



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Posted 10 February 2015 - 09:23 PM

Consent of the governed is only a school classroom topic for the deluded to them.
 
Isn't that issue at the least a part of the problem faced 50 years on?


To me that is the whole damn point, Jim. President of United States of America, leader of the free world, elected by the people for the people, not the placed puppet for the filthy rich, representative of the banana republic. When people ask me why I care and why it matters 51 years on, because democracy failed with the slaying of the 35th POTUS.

I also think anyone that can should go to the plaza at least once. If for no other reason than to give moment of silence to Our Last President.


Less than two weeks away now Jim
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#3 Jim Hackett II

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Posted 27 February 2015 - 02:11 AM

Great. Hope all the best for you man.

 

Rotten weather in parts of America at the moment, but it is fickle.

Sometimes one day freezing and 50F degrees the next day.

 

Again, thanks for giving a damn.

Stay well and Safe,

Jim

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Posted 27 February 2015 - 08:02 AM

It's cold is Dallas but it's warming up over the next couple of days.
It's only early days but the people seem so nice and friendly.
Thanks for your wishes Jim. Cheers.

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Posted 27 February 2015 - 11:28 AM

I hope you have an educational trip, Darren. But remember...

 

Nellie Connally once said: "Mr. President, you can't say Dallas doesn't love you!"


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Posted 27 February 2015 - 04:22 PM

Thanks Greg.

 

Who said it doesn't snow in Texas in late February?

 

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Posted 27 February 2015 - 10:03 PM

Fantastic Darren,

Kudos to Y'all.

 

Your picture kinda reinforces my opinion gained standing on the "triple overpass" we would have called the railroad bridge most likely.

I stood there and felt an epiphone that when SS-100X stopped "the bastards couldn't miss!"

 

Different place of view didn't change my perspective. 

the place/time still makes a hitch in my wa over the last 15 years.

 

Best Regards

and Texicans are great people, some of the best anywhere and some of the real shitasses,

Like anywhere else I guess.

Stay Secure. or is that only aware?

 

Thanz 'gain.

Jim



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Posted 28 February 2015 - 12:09 AM

I concur, Jim.  JFK never stood a chance.

I like the south knoll monument or carpark area even more since scouting it.

 

I'm getting a distinct feeling but I need to consider it more before I speak.  Some strange coincidences I've noticed...



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Posted 01 March 2015 - 03:01 PM

Yes I imagine so, coincidentally.

 

Also a winter of season first visit not snowing but ya know.

 

I've never been in the season. Maybe soon.

 

I too have and even in early 2001 I uh...

Well I just wish I had more photo and measuring stuff re: south and other than corner "knoll" north.

 

More stunning was seeing the L-ambush location thru my own 'lying eyes' as Richard Pryor said.

 

Thanks for the work Darren.

 

Jim






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