Displaying items by tag: CIA

Wednesday, 22 September 2021 04:21

Into the Storm, by John Newman

Jim DiEugenio reviews John Newman’s latest volume on the JFK case, Into the Storm, finding it a bit uneven, but very well done in its analysis of how the CIA switched back their plots to kill Castro onto the Kennedy White House and how the military under Lemnitzer and Lansdale was proposing false flag operations to justify a war with Cuba.

Wednesday, 08 September 2021 16:04

Operation Dragon

Jim DiEugenio takes an incisive look at Operation Dragon, by former CIA Director James Woolsey and the late Ion Mihai Pacepa, and concludes that, due to being riddled with errors and marred by unwarranted assumptions, it is an outdated, slightly humorous propaganda effort.

Wednesday, 11 August 2021 04:00

Exposing the FPCC, Part 2

In Part 2, Paul Bleau concludes his in-depth examination of the history of the Fair Play for Cuba Committee by analyzing the various links across the failed JFK plots and then tracing the connections to the various frame-up artists and their propaganda contributions.

Saturday, 07 August 2021 19:53

Exposing the FPCC, Part 1

Paul Bleau traces in depth the history of the Fair Play for Cuba Committee, its monitoring and manipulation by the FBI and CIA, and Oswald’s connection to it from 1962 on, in this two part essay.

Oliver Stone’s interview with Paris Match, translation provided courtesy of Bill Simpich via Google translate.

Saturday, 26 June 2021 20:00

Morley v. CIA

Recognizing the significant contributions to JFK research made by mainstream journalist Jefferson Morley, Jim DiEugenio reviews his recent e-book, Morley v. CIA: My Unfinished JFK Investigation, and traces the history of George Joannides involvement with the CIA and the DRE dating back to the time of the JFK assassination and beyond.

Saturday, 17 April 2021 23:00

Fred Litwin Smooches Clay Shaw’s Lawyers

Jim DiEugenio calls into question the credibility of Fred Litwin’s primary sources for his book On the Trail of Delusion by exposing the clear deceptions of Clay Shaw’s lawyers regarding Shaw’s long-standing connection to the Central Intelligence Agency.

With the looming October deadline for President Biden’s decision on the release of the remaining files from the JFK Records Act, Benjamin Cole reviews President Trump’s recent history with the National Security State and revisits President Nixon’s interactions with CIA director Richard Helms with implications toward the JFK assassination.

Published in General

Litiwn’s Follies Continued: Starring Hugh Aynesworth and Harry Connick. With smear jobs on Oliver Stone, Fletcher Prouty and Michele Metta. And guess what? LBJ’s own recorded words don’t mean anything, because Johnson was continuing Kennedy’s policy in Vietnam.

Litwin’s Follies about Pierre FInck, Shaw/Bertrand, the FBI cover-up of Clay Shaw, the lies of Kerry Thornley, and James Angleton’s Black Tape operation.

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