Monday, June 18, 2018
It's like with Oswald. He knew things, right? He knew that he was innocent. He knew that he didn't own and didn't order a rifle. He knew he never posed for the Backyard photos. He knew he was in the doorway during the shots. And all that he was going to tell his attorney upon seeing him. So, what did they do? They didn't let him see an attorney. They killed him before he could see an attorney. But with Jack Ruby, they not only let him see an attorney, but they let him see one immediately. They even provided him one. So, why the difference? It was because Ruby didn't know anything. He had nothing to tell his attorney except that he went down there; they jumped him; he didn't know why at the time, and then upstairs they told him that he shot Oswald. And that was it. It was all he could say because it was all he knew. Ruby was totally and completely unaware, uninformed, and uninvolved. He eventually came to make charges against Johnson, but it wasn't because of anything he knew. It was all from a book he read while in the County Jail, A Texan Looks at Lyndon by J. Evetts Haley. That's all. Nothing else. Ruby had no connection to Johnson. And he had no connection to Nixon either. That letter is a fake. It included a Washington DC zip code at a time in which they didn't exist (the 1940s). They have been playing us from the start. They wanted to be sure that those who were gong to dispute the official story of what happened on 11/24 would dispute safely- for their perspective. And if the perspective is that Ruby knew Oswald, and he was involved in the JFK conspiracy, and he killed Oswald to silence him, then it reinforces the whole idea that he killed him. And that's what they care about. They don't mind if you want to enhance Ruby's motive for killing Oswald. The important thing to them is that you believe that he killed Oswald. That's all they require of you. You can embellish it any way you want, and they don't care. Don't forget: "they" the mainstream media spread the ridiculous and provably false story that Jack Ruby watched the "fireworks" in Dealey Plaza, and even though there is no chance that he did that. But, the powers that be want people like you and me to think that Ruby was deeply involved in the JFK assassination plot, and that he was ordered to kill Oswald to silence him, etc. etc. When you advance crazy stories like that you are supporting your slaveholders. You are giving them peace of mind. You are giving them that "all's well" feeling. But, if you want to scare the living shit out of them, then start telling the truth, that Jack Ruby was innocent.