Milt Good after he had been pardoned. Photo courtesy of the Haley Memorial Library and History Center, Midland, Texas A Story Never Before Published Evidence to be presented: That LBJ Ordered the Murder of RFK's Special Agent Milt Paul Good — one which Mac Wallace Evidently Filled on July 3, 1960 — Just One Week Before … Continue reading A Bone-Chilling NEW Revelation: The Name and Background of Another Victim of Lyndon Johnson: Milt Paul Good, One of RFK’s Secret Special Investigators
Please Help Circulate this Widely, Today! FIND THE LINK TO THE LATEST VIDEO AT THE VERY END OF THIS BLOG POST This is a (6/9/2022) 6/19/2022 repost of my blog originally published in October, 2019. That was shortly after one of my readers, David Neal, used a poem written a few months earlier and published … Continue reading 6/19/2022 UPDATE and REPOST with Gary King’s Newly Reedited Video of the “Remember the Liberty” song by David Neal, First Published Here . . . Again!
. . . And Cairo / Jerusalem Would Have Been at the Epicenter — So why is virtually the entire population of the world ignorant about that? Or, why do so many Americans believe that the closest we ever came to nuclear conflagration was during the Cuban Missle Crisis? THAT was nothing compared to the … Continue reading On the 55th Anniversary of the Day the U.S. Nearly Kick-Started a Nuclear War with the Soviet Union: 6/8/1967.
Within my 12/03/2020 blog titled “Lyndon B. Johnson’s World War II Service – and “War Experiences” I described different aspects of the ever-changing official version of LBJ’s and the federal government’s pronouncements about his being awarded the Silver Star for his WWII “combat experience.” In a rather paradoxically-humorous manner, there are so many versions of what … Continue reading Contradictions Within Robert Caro’s Works: Exposing a Legacy Built on Mythology?
And, Plumlee asserts, that is not all. He has, for multiple decades, personally engaged in the CIA's use of such programs beginning in the 1950s and, for the next five decades, continuing on part-time consulting work to the present day. This methodology has been practiced all along, since he flew his first missions. For more … Continue reading Former CIA Contract Pilot Tosh Plumlee: “There are many more American soldiers like Willy Joseph Cancel already in Ukraine”
"Judge, if you saw what I saw, you would know why I can't release them" ~ President Donald J. Trump Left-click on graphic to open link (cudos to smittyboy for alerting me to this new video) Clearly, whatever it was he saw, it must have been so explosive as to be the ultimate "smoking gun" … Continue reading Judge Napolitano on What Trump Told Him about JFK Assassination Documents:
John Gretton "Jocko" Willink, retired Navy SEAL interviews USS Liberty survivors Phil Tourney, Larry Bowen and Joe Meadors in a very lively and expansive discussion about their backgrounds and how their paths came together when they served on the doomed ship. Each of them tell their detailed stories of what they experienced during the attack … Continue reading Great “Jocko Podcast” 2+ Hour Interview with Three Heroes Who Survived the June 8, 1967 LBJ/Israeli Attack on the USS Liberty
Check Out These Two NEW Video Links: An Excellent Video About the Long-Suppressed Truth of the Murder of Thomas MertonAnd a Beautiful Musical Tribute to Merton's Life, Legacy, and Unsolved Murder, by Judy Collins https://youtu.be/WNisrGfcsto From David Martin, co-author of The Martyrdom of Thomas Merton posting here, two new "Must See" Videos, both of which … Continue reading UPDATE: On the Martyrdom of Thomas Merton
— Or, How Mary Ferrell, Entrusted with National Secrets, Was Ultimately Exposed by Her Own Long Buried Secrets Mary Ferrell inside the special building she had constructed to house her collection of books and documents — approximately 1972 The Conventional Meme About Mary Ferrell's Grit and Determination: "On November 22, 1963 Mary was a 41-year-old … Continue reading Mary Ferrell’s Enigmatic Past, And How Her Namesake Foundation Added Even More Enigmata to the Mix
The two interviews with Mark Groubert, by host Eric Hunley. It appears that the thesis of my first book is gaining traction in Hollywood. It's about time! This video was built on a foundation of several books which are referenced at the end of this 1-hour, 15 minute video. Groubert refers to my "LBJ: The … Continue reading Did LBJ Kill JFK? — America’s Untold Stories with Actor Mark Groubert
Courtesy of the LBJ Presidential Library and Mausoleum The above photo and two paragraph summary of the robotic rendition of the 36th POTUS is the subject of the article to be referenced below. This fascinating, light-hearted but somewhat troubling article will be of general interest to anyone finding their way to these pages. The gifted … Continue reading “LBJ: The Robot in the Fake Oval Office” by Mack White
Two of Hoover’s highest-level aides, Cartha DeLoach and William J. Sullivan, possibly others, had the temerity, in 1964, to pick a successor to King to recommend to the NAACP . . . At some point in the ensuing four years, Hoover apparently decided on another candidate whom they selected through their own highly trusted field personnel.
This article was originally published one year ago, January 14, 2021. To this day, it is the least-read blog in recent years. The information presented was originally discovered by a French researcher, William Reymond, and published in several other languages — but never in English, therefore it remains unknown to most JFK assassination researchers.
For someone whose English is a second language, French author Laurent Guyénot's narrative comes across with more clarity and coherence than many American authors who've written books on this subject. The thesis of his well written, scholarly book The Unspoken Kennedy Truth is one which has only been previously, and seriously, examined by Michael Collins … Continue reading “The Unspoken Kennedy Truth,” by Laurent Guyénot: A Book Review
The Remaining Questions Pertain to How Much Else the Investigators Discovered That is Too Sensitive for Public Consumption: e.g. Hoover's FBI operating as Murder Inc.? Nine months ago (February 25, 2021) the original post with this title included a number of issues that were raised upon the death of a former New York City policeman … Continue reading UPDATE: “New Development Exposes the FBI’s Plot to Kill Malcolm X”
I had hoped that Bill Kelly would understand, better than many other long-time researchers, that the term "Mastermind" has been misconstrued into a meaning that is nowhere to be found in any dictionary definition of that word: Nowhere does it say a mastermind must design, direct, manage or sign off on every subpart, and/or personally … Continue reading Bill Kelly’s Perfunctory Review of LBJ the Mastermind: How he Missed the Key Point
The Vietnam-era veterans, above any other Twentieth-Century or earlier wars, deserve a kind of "make-up" honor, not only for their original service, but for the negative and desultory treatment they were met with after their return home. In Mr. Dettrey's case (as in untold others as well), still another measure of gratitude and honor is due for the medical malpractice he subsequently endured that left him disabled and consequently destroyed what was remaining of his life.
Cudos to Gloria Healy from the UK for referring this BBC production to me. As Gloria stated, it was found ". . . on the YouTube channel of John Edington Documentary; it is an award winning documentary made by Otmoor productions Ltd . I had not seen it previously on YouTube so I'm assuming it's only … Continue reading 30 YEAR OLD BBC FILM ON MLK’S MURDER STILL PROVES TRUE — AS FAR AS IT GOES
Unz's Edification of My Own Work: "Remember the Liberty!" Ron Unz has published, in his widely-read newsletter, a very thorough, well researched article that summarizes the historic record connected to the 1967 Israeli attack on the USS Liberty, referencing every significant book and article ever written about that incident. In the final paragraphs he validates … Continue reading “Remembering the Liberty” — An Article by Ron Unz
Insights into the mind of Mac Wallace as he was being declared "guilty" of First Degree Murder (Excerpted from The Austin American - February 27, 1952) "Thirty-year-old 'Mac' Wallace stared intently at each of the 12 jurors as they filed into the still-as-a-tomb courtroom. As the solemn-faced men, weary from nine days of confinement and … Continue reading REFRAMING HISTORY with More Myths: Mellen’s “Faustian Bargains” — Wrong on Many Levels