Wednesday, May 23, 2018

This is Marina Oswald (with Marguerite behind her), brought to Parkland Hospital to gaze at Lee's dead body. Who brings a 2 year old to gaze at the body of her dead father? 

Wouldn't they spare her that? And what do you say when you get in there? "There's Daddy, Junie. He's just sleeping. He's going to be sleeping a LONG time." And if you watch it all, neither Marina nor Marguerite (and forget about the latter because she wasn't even Oswald's mother) show any emotion. Supposedly, Marina just found out that her husband was shot to death. Shouldn't she be in shock? In grief? In agony? In despair? She's not the least bit disturbed. I've heard that Russians are stoic, but this is ridiculous. 

And look at Marina when she gets out of the car. Her right hand is full of stuff. 

 But then, shortly later, her right hand is holding June's. 
So, what happened to the stuff? Marguerite doesn't have it because she's carrying Rachel. And notice that the stuff includes a baby bottle. She was going to feed the baby while gazing at Lee's dead body?

And notice that among the stuff is also her purse. So, you can't tell me that she handed all her stuff to a Secret Service agent. "Here, you hold my purse while I take Junie."

And here they are leaving. Poor Junie fell asleep. I'm the same way. Gazing at the dead bodies of my loved ones knocks me out. 

But, what is going on here?  June Oswald was 1 year and 9 months old. She was born in February 1962, and this was November 1963. Do the Math. How do you take that to be a 1 year, 9 month old? Look at her size. Did I mention she was only 1 year 9 months old?  At that age, one is barely a toddler. One is practically still an infant. How do you figure that kid to be 1 year and 9 months old? 

This is sickening. This is disgusting. This is pure Stalinist propaganda in the USSA. It's a Nazi propaganda film. And it is chilling. 

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