Monday, October 10, 2016

Top 10 Reasons To Believe There Was A Conspiracy To Assassinate JFK

In case anyone wonders why there was no public outcry over these anomalies, in the years following the event, most material does not mention that the backdrop was a very dangerous cold war that the public had reason to fear could turn hot.

In the overall, people were given to weighing their desire to know more, with the fear of discovering a communist plot and the nuclear holocaust that might ensue on that account. Talk about your cognitive dissonance. So, the fact that the "investigation" was steering away from Russian complicity, was something few if any would want to tamper with. If the authorities did discover U.S.S.R. hands covered with this blood, it was hoped that some way, other than nuclear war, would be found to make them pay.

Torn between fear of nuclear war and the desire to know more, had the nation treading on eggshells. While some were pointing out the contraindications of the Warren Report etc., John Q. Public kept quiet, even if they did take notice.

Of course it would have been inappropriate to give voice to such fears in the wake of the assignation and so nobody would or did discuss it. But you could not help but wonder if this was going to be the cause for the way the world would end. 

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