Saturday, March 31, 2018

The dearth of chin shadows that look like this below is so great:
that even if, somehow, the bloodied bastards succeeded at finding one, it still wouldn't prove that this is one. And that's because the dearth is so great, it's like winning the lottery. But, it would be just like these bastards to find one that "kinda, sorta" looks like this (although I doubt it would be anywhere near as good as this, that is, as clean, as sharp, as well-centered, as well-balanced, as deep, etc.) and brandish it as absolute proof that this is chin shadow. The above image is the HSCA image of Doorman, and I did nothing to it. I think it came from Robin Unger. But, I want you to notice that the black area directly above the vee is the darkest, blackest spot in the whole image. So, we would have to believe that mere shadow didn't just cover something with shadow- it completely obliterated all visibility. WE WOULD HAVE TO BELIEVE THAT SOMEWHERE IN THAT BLACKNESS, THERE IS A JUNCTION OF TAN SKIN AND WHITE T-SHIRT, BUT WE CAN'T SEE IT, AND THE BLACKEST PART IS WHERE THE WHITE T-SHIRT IS.  That's what we would have to believe, that this is white t-shirt:

And notice that the guy next to Doorman isn't casting any chin shadow at all. Look how light his neck is. But, as I have told you a thousand times, he wasn't there; they put him into the picture to hide the unusual construction of Oswald's shirt. 

You see the large and perfectly flat collar. then there is a notch beneath it. Then beneath the notch there is a button loop that juts out. And below that is a lapel that gives the shirt the look of a jacket. The shirt could do that because it was made of unusually soft material. American shirts have hard, stiff collars, and there is also a hard, stiff placket running down the center of the shirt which prevents it from folding over like this. 

The shirt on the left has the hard, stiff collar and placket, while the shirt on the right is made of soft material throughout, enabling it to fold over as we see. They have been lying to us about Oswald's shirt since Day 1, and they have NEVER showed it to us. Here's the first shirt they showed us.

That is clearly NOT Oswald's shirt, yet that image is what the Warren Commission showed witnesses, asking them to confirm if it's the shirt they saw on Oswald. 

This is what the National Archives showed on tour:

That shirt has only one button at the bottom instead of two. And presumably, the button loop is secured over the button below the right collar, but why can't we see it?
Shouldn't we be getting a glimpse of that button loop and button? The right collar is raised, so we should see it. And what is holding that shirt together? You see where the lone button is, right? So, the button above it should be directly above it, right? And you see where the corresponding button hole is, right? And it's farther to the right, isn't it? And there is no button emerging from it, right? So, what is keeping the edges of that shirt adhered together? How can that shirt be this shirt?

It's the blood. It's the blood that gets to me. The blood shed on that day and two days later, and the blood that is flung and strewn every time these bloodied bastards open their mouths to defend this crap. Do you understand that the United States went the way of Satan on November 22, 1963, and it has been going the way of Satan ever since?  The problem is that this is a nightmare- and the nightmare isn't over; it's still going one. The way they killed John Kennedy; the way they killed Lee Oswald; the way they killed Muammar Gaddafi. The way they killed nearly 500,00 Iraqis. This is from the Huffington Post and reported last year:

Iraq Death Toll Reaches 500,000 Since Start Of U.S.-Led Invasion, New Study Says

Nearly half a million people have died from war-related causes in Iraq since the US-led invasion in 2003, according to an academic study published in the United States on Tuesday.
That toll is far higher than the nearly 115,000 violent civilian deaths reported by the British-based group Iraq Body Count, which bases its tally on media reports, hospital and morgue records, and official and non-governmental accounts.
The latest estimate by university researchers in the United States, Canada and Baghdad in cooperation with the Iraqi Ministry of Health covers not only violent deaths but other avoidable deaths linked to the invasion, insurgencies and subsequent social breakdown.
It also differs from some previous counts by spanning a longer period of time and by using randomized surveys of households across Iraq to project a nationwide death toll from 2003 to mid 2011.
Violence caused most of the deaths, but about a third were indirectly linked to the war, and these deaths have been left out of previous counts, said lead author Amy Hagopian, a public health researcher at the University of Washington.
Those included situations when a pregnant woman encountered difficult labor but could not leave the house due to fighting, or when a person drank contaminated water, or when a patient could not get treated at a hospital because staff was overwhelmed with war casualties.
“These are all indirect deaths, and they are significant,” Hagopian told AFP.
The aim of the study was to provide a truer picture of the suffering caused by war, and hopefully to make governments think twice about the harm that would come from an invasion, she said.
Yet, this man, who ordered it and is responsible for every death, lives and breathes a free man living on a lavish government pension provided by us: 
There he is, enjoying a football game, when he should be in prison. Look how he has his shirt embroidered with his initials. How many men do that? And that looks like a nice shirt too. No rags for him.
It all went to Hell on November 22, 1963. And I don't mean because a lone nut shot the President. That would not have sent everything to Hell. I mean because the reality of what happened on that day is a thousand- make it a million- times worse than that. And it is the reality we still live in. 

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