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Reply #2: We don't need no stinkin' new wars. Like a diamond, the War on Terror is forever. [View All]

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No Elephants Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Feb-20-13 12:42 AM
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2. We don't need no stinkin' new wars. Like a diamond, the War on Terror is forever.
Edited on Wed Feb-20-13 01:00 AM by No Elephants
Ike was the MIC his whole life, ffs. Then he was CIC for 8 years.

He did nothing about the MIC all that time but warn us, on his very last day in office?

Fuck him.

BTW, the MIC has probably been in control for a lot longer than Kennedy's day.

As far as JFK, I wouldn't be at all surprised if they killed him in the hopes of avoiding a Kennedy dynasty. Robert was attorney general and credited with assisting JFK in ignoring the advice to go to war over Russian missles in Cuba.

And he was supposedly even smarter than JFK. Teddy said both his brothers had abilitiies that were far superior to his. However, he learned how to get things done and, imo, he was by far the handsomest of the 3, which didn't hurt. And they were all charming with appealing families, both siblings and children.

I have some other theories, too. One involves the Bushs and Nixon, another involves Johnson and a third the Mafia (Ruby). And there are possiblities that some of those theories overlapped.

The last thing I believe? Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone. Hell, do we even know for sure if he was the shooter?

The one thing I totally don't understand is Earl Warren. He was the original Justice Stevens in that he was appointed by a Republican but, once on the Court, went liberal. (There's a reason it's called the "justice" system.) Unless they convinced him that he had to do what he did in order to save the country or some such, I don't get his role.

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