John’s post got me thinking about what the purpose of the JFK benevolent president character/actor was. I’m sure he was from and a creation of the elite, and he was no doubt one half of a manufactured Hegalian dialectic. He portrayed everything good, and his foil was LBJ (interesting how they use initials to identify the two), who represented everything harsh and dark. This contrast helps shape the outcome and corresponding public opinion on that outcome, ie. the synthesis.
Understanding that actors in a Hollywool movie aren’t killed should help doubters with the concept that JFK was not killed, just his character.
50 years later, people are still arguing about a movie with endless plot twists.
I would love to know if the script writers for these psyops are well known to the public. Could JFK, the reality movie, have been written by Kubrick or another famous director?
My oh my, how things have changed in America. No American president since President Kennedy would dare say any of the truthful things about the First Amendment and the role of the press and media in maintaining a free, independent, and healthy Republic. President Kennedy’s wise words here echo those of our Founding Fathers, who fully understood the importance of a free press and the role it plays in ensuring human freedom and preventing tyranny.