Wednesday, December 24, 2014

There is a reason why it is necessary to expose Judyth Baker as a false priestess. It's because we know that the official story of the JFK assassination is false, but, if we replace it with another story about Oswald that is also false, but false in a different way, then it's not going to be hard for the other side to expose it as false. And then, credibility is going to default back to their original false story. And therefore, they win, and they benefit from Judyth Baker. 

So, that's why I say that Judyth Baker is the best friend the official story of the JFK assassination ever had. 

And she tells a lot of falsehoods. Oswald most certainly did not send that telex. And Oswald did not go to Mexico City. He said he didn't. He said that he had only been to Tijuana in Mexico. 

Look, if he was doing the bidding of the CIA to deliver a poison to Mexico City to be used to kill Castro, why wouldn't he admit it? But, he never went to Mexico City. Oswald said he didn't. Mark Lane says he didn't. And according to Mark Lane, even David Atlee Phillips admitted to him that Oswald never went to Mexico City. Mary Ferrell referred to the idea as "spurious." James Richards rejects it, and so do James Douglass and John Armstrong. Many other researchers do as well. There are multiple images of Oswald in Mexico City, and all of them are false. You know none of these men were Oswald, so come on:  

So, where was Oswald during this period? I don't know. Some say he was in Houston looking for a job. But, he definitely was not in Mexico City. 

And the whole idea of Oswald as undercover agent and informant is false. It's true that he was depicted that way in the movie JFK by Oliver Stone, but that was a mistake, and we shouldn't compound it.  Oswald was just a patsy.

And he said so himself. Just listen to him, as he says, 

"I really don't know what this situation is about. Nobody has told me anything except that I am accused of murdering a policeman. I know nothing more than that. And I do request that someone come forward to give me legal assistance."

So, who are you going to believe, Lee Harvey Oswald or Judyth Vary Baker? You can't believe both because they can't both be telling the truth. I believe Oswald. 


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