Who killed JFK?
Was Lee Harvey Oswald working for the CIA? The KGB? Was he a lone wolf? Or a patsy?
I always thought it was most probable that either
It was a Cuban counter to the assassination attempts on Castro (Oswald was a communist)
Something cooked up by who-knows-who to facilitate the USA's further involvement in Vietnam (since Kennedy is on tape being opposed to further involvement)
The messed up part is that there wasn't enough at the time to say he was or wasn't acting alone. There isn't enough evidence and witnesses left to prove it either way now.
And like all Americans, if you're killed before the trial, you're guilty....
If you read about his life you can see he would be posting on 4chan had he been in the modern day. Minus the the qt slav wife he was quite the fuck up. I can believe that he took out Kennedy. The only part of the assassination event that is a bit clouded is the shooting of Officer JD Tippit.
I've never quite understood how someone could review the assassination of John F. Kennedy with any level of depth and not resign to the conclusion it was set up by the CIA.
I just can't. It's one of those universal truths you pick up somewhere along the way, like Darth Vader being Luke Skywalker's father. How could you go around not knowing that?
This is incorrect and based on a false premise. Executive order 11110 did not even purport to end Federal Reserve money creation. Silver certificates were indeed issued after the death of JFK, and there was no reversal by Lyndon Johnson.
That being said, I don't doubt there was a conspiracy to kill JFK. Him and his brother Robert were cleaning house, so to speak, and tackling CIA and organized crime intrigues. There is a lot wrong with both of their deaths, and anyone who is honest has to come to that conclusion. I would look into James Jesus Angleton of the CIA and Meyer Lansky the crime boss if I were you (Marcello was a subordinate of his). The Kennedys were without a doubt a major pain in the ass to the power behind the throne.