Thursday, July 28, 2016

OIC senior member Mees Baaijen has sent me the link to an article concerning something that I have been thinking about recently. And that is the fact that though our prime focus is on the JFK assassination, we have addressed other assassinations, including RFK, MLK, and even Marilyn Monroe and John Lennon. But, what about UN Secretary-General Dag Hammarskjold? I don't believe I have ever mentioned him. But, many people believe that his death by plane crash in 1961 was a political assassination. 

But, did you know that just last year, in 2015, the UN declared that his death was a political assassination? I don't think that made it onto the Nightly News.  And guess who the evidence points to as the culprit? Allen Dulles. Hardly a surprise, is it?

"For example, take the plane crash which killed UN Secretary-General Dag Hammarskjold in the Congo in 1961. Last year, 2015, a UN investigation finally decided his death was political assassination. Playing a crucial role in this investigation were documents (ten letters by a South African intelligence agency) unearthed by Archbishop Desmond Tutu in the Truth and Reconciliation Commission in the late 1990s. The name of Allen Dulles was directly linked with the plane crash.
The interview I conducted with Hammarskjold’s right-hand man, George Ivan Smith, which is included in ‘The Incubus of Intervention’ introduced another motive – Indonesia rather than the Congo –  for the involvement of Allen Dulles in the tragic death of Hammarskjold."

This article is an interview of Greg Poulgrain by Global Research correspondent Ed Curtin. The Australian Poulgrain took inspiration from David Talbot and his book on Allen Dulles, The Devil's Chessboard, and wrote his own: The Incubus of Intervention: JFK's and Allen Dulles' conflicting strategies for Indonesia

Poulgrain lays out why Dag Hammarskjold had to be assassinated, and think about it: it lays out another reason why Kennedy had to be killed because the worst carnage in Indonesia took place in 1965-1966, and if Kennedy had lived, he would have been re-elected and therefore President, and he would surely have taken action to stop the CIA.

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