Today, November 22, 2015, is the 52nd anniversary of the JFK assassination, and it calls for some reflection.
It appears that there will be very little special programming for it this year. I checked with TIME Warner, and they said there were no special programs listed on any of the cable news channels. They cited a replaying of Max Holland's The Lost Bullet on the National Geographic channel, which is the one in which he claimed that the first shot, which missed, was taken very early, when the limo was still in the intersection, and it bounced off the traffic light and ricocheted the whole length of Dealey Plaza. It is a ridiculous theory. The first shot that missed was taken from a low elevation in the Dal Tex building, and ballistic experts seem quite agreed about that.
But, I'm not surprised that there is very little tv programming because after all the fanfare for the 50th, I'm sure they hoped that interest in JFK would die down and dwindle to nothing. Fortunately, interest in the JFK assassination has remained strong and robust online.
And in the last year, there have been some major milestones. The biggest, I would have to say, is the release of David Talbot's book, The Devil's Chessboard. It has instantly become a classic and must-read for anyone who is interested in the JFK assassination. It makes the short list of must-read books, as does Talbot's earlier book, Brothers.
And I notice that it has really become open season on Allen Dulles. Here's a link to Youtube videos bashing him:
I dare say that Allen Dulles has become the 2nd to the top name in regard to naming the "them" who killed John Kennedy. The top name, that you hear most often, of course is Lyndon Baines Johnson. Others often mentioned are James Jesus Angleton and George HW Bush, the latter being the only one still living.
One thing is for absolute sure: the intensity of the opponents of the official story of the JFK assassination has not let up or abated, despite having past the 50th.
I am happy to report that my blog has a greater readership than ever before.
The following article was published yesterday on Before It's News.
It's a great piece, and this includes a rendering of the sniper locations.
And, it includes a link to the magnificent film, From JFK to 911: Everything is a Rich Man's Trick.
That film was made by Francis Richard Conolly.
I will try to reach him about joining the OIC.