Friday, October 29, 2010

Foreign Policy Vs. response to aggression

Introduction:


Our “National Debt” is a crisis and is putting our troops in situations that aren’t especially healthy for them or us. I recently talked to someone who was on a U.S. warship. I was told how a Chinese submarine made it past the outer perimeter, surfaced, and opened its torpedo bay doors. The big question is what is our response to a nation that does something like this when we owe them so much money? What other types of incidents like this are happening without the “American Public” knowing about this. I contacted the Whitehouse press office to get a response. I was told to send an email. I still haven’t received a response in over 3 days. I also sent an email to my Senator, Senator Wyden, to ask him the same question. I still haven’t received a response. Since I watch Glenn Beck and I trust him as someone who speaks truth, I also contacted Senator DeMint. I haven’t received a response from him either, but since I’m not represented by him specifically I really don’t expect a response. I will not speak negatively about these people, but I will relay the course of events.

While on Yahoo I was able to talk to a couple of sailors, who’s screen names I will not mention, and they are just as concerned about the danger that our troops are being put in because of our “National Debt”. I happened to stumble on someone who claimed to be a military intelligence officer and I tried to ask questions. I think that since I’m new I kind of botched the whole talk, but I think there is something to be said about our conversation. When I asked about our response to nations like this I was refused comments by this individual. I will not relay the whole conversation, but I will say that the person seemed shook up and went from just having an open conversation with me to clamming up really quick.

Since I am not getting a response from any government official that I’ve tried contacting, I will assume that I am on the right path due to the conversations that I have had. I want to make sure that what I write and what I say are as accurate as I can possibly make them because credibility is very important to me, especially since most of you have never met me or seen me.



The Story:

Fact, I talked to a U.S. Sailor who claimed to be on a U.S. warship in international waters. Fact, the Sailor stated that he witnessed aggression by a Chinese submarine. Questions, what is our response and how do we handle actions like this with nations that we owe money to? Question, are the entitlement programs such as Social Security, Medicare, Obama Care, Welfare, Food Stamps, and other programs worth putting our soldiers at risk? You may say how does this put us at risk? I say to you, based upon what I was told by this Sailor we did nothing. How can we be a world power and when necessary show strength when other nations show acts of aggression to us if we owe them money which means that have to sit on our hands.

Let’s use an analogy. We’re the kid on the school yard that protects others from the bully of the school yard. When the bully comes up to mess with you, you’re supposed to show him that you’re not going to take what he’s trying to dish out. If you back down, let’s say you owe him $20, when he comes after you, what are all the rest of the kids going to say and think? The rest of the kids are going to have less faith that you can protect them plus the bully might just leave the other kids alone and just pick on you to show the other kids that he’s the real power and not to cross him. Although you have strong moral character, you won’t fight back because if you do the bully might go to the principle and say you stole $20 from him. Even though you’re strong enough and willing to stand up and protect the rest of the kids of the school yard, you have to back down to protect yourself. So, I’m sure you’re thinking “man, I should have never taken that $20 because now I don’t have the money and I’m being humiliated in public”.

How did we get in debt? Who owns our debt? Are we really still a world power?

We all know that during WWII that our “National Debt” raised to 120% of GDP (that’s the Gross Domestic Product or how much the country produces each year). During WWII the government issued war bonds to be paid back to the public. When this was done this allowed the country to spend more money and with the war going on it allowed the government to continue to buy military hardware and send troops overseas to fight the war (http://zfacts.com/p/318.html ). Any graph that you look at or any site that you research on will tell you that we were paying off the “National Debt” under Truman, Eisenhower, Kennedy, LBJ, Nixon, Ford, and Carter (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_public_debt ) . When President Reagan came in with our “National Debt” totaling 1 Trillion dollars, he instituted something called “Reaganomics” which cut taxes and increased government spending. This is where our problems started for our current day in age. President Reagan was attributed with the most prosperous time in America. People had jobs, Wall Street was making money, and everyone was happy. The problem lies in the fact that he raised our debt over 3.2 Trillion under Reagan, 1.74 Trillion under H.W. Bush, and 3.75 Trillion under W. Bush totaling 9.2 Trillion Dollars and we haven’t even received the grand total bill from Obama. Some people will argue that Supply-side Economics is what sent us spiraling out of debt, but since I’m not an economist I can’t make a statement one way or another. I can look at the numbers and see how we got into debt. Another interesting state is the projection of Debt to GDP that shows in 2007 we are at 62% and by 2011 we’re expected to be at 100% of GDP. Don’t worry though Japan is still doing well at 130% of their GDP. In order to pay your bills at home you are required to keep the total of your bills below the total income of the household. Our government expects us to follow these principles or we pay the consequences of seizure of our property. What happens when the government can no longer pay its bills?

Ok, so we know how we got to where we are, now who owns the debt? As of July 2010 according to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_public_debt#Foreign_ownership China is now our largest buyer of our national debt at 20.8% or almost 1 trillion dollars, Japan at 20.2% with 821 Billion, then the UK at 9.2% 374 Billion, and our friends labeled as “Oil Exporters” including Saudi Arabia, UAE and other countries that we buy our oil from at 5.5% or 223.8 Billion dollars. That’s just our foreign debt though, what about the Federal Reserve, which I’d like to remind the readers, is not a Federal Agency. The Federal Reserve owns 49.37% of our “National Debt”. The tricky part is how we get our money from the Federal Reserve anyways. It works like this. The Federal Government doesn’t have enough money to pay for everything so they go to the Federal Reserve and take out a loan to print more cash. In exchange for getting money from the Federal Reserve we issue bonds at an interest rate that we give in exchange for the money that directly to the Federal Reserve. When the bond matures the Federal Reserve gets its money back plus a percentage of interest that was tied to that bond (So, every dollar you have has interest attached to it). So the real question is, how much of that 49% debt to the Federal Reserve is interest for bonds? That will be a question I’ll answer another time.

Are we still a “World Power”? I think the answer is no. Do we think we still are a “World Power”? Yes! When a nation allows itself to fall into debt to other nations they allow the other nation to have say in their policies or they run the risk of being asked for their money back. I think the answer to the original question of what do we do when a nation that we owe money to shows aggression towards us as a nation is, we do nothing. What can we do? If we decided to take action, that nation will retaliate with a request for all their money due immediately. Do we have the money? The answer is no, our current year’s deficit is in the trillion dollar range. So, when a country that we owe money to shows an act of aggression all we can do is submit a petition for them to cease while they laugh in our face. I think the reason the military intelligence officer clammed up so quick is because if we are doing something, it’d be so covert that if we got caught, it might jeopardize our nation in ways that we can’t fathom at the moment. So, because of our debt, our entitlement programs, and our politicians who tax and spend more than what we have, our troops are being put in situations that are unsafe and unnecessary.

Conclusion:

The fact of the matter is we’re putting our soldiers in unnecessary harm by being in debt. What are the solutions? We’re going to have to cut back government, keep tax rates at the level they’re at, and realize that we’re not as rich as we thought we were. I think the biggest problem is that we act as poor people who just won the lottery and then are in a homeless shelter 5 years later. We also need to realize the government creates waste and red tape. I was homeless for about 5 years due to a workman’s comp. injury. I traveled from city to city and would work when and where I could, I even traveled with a magazine crew for a few months and got the opportunity to go to Mexico on a vacation. While I was homeless I got to see how the government really works. The facts are if you want to remain homeless and in the system they’ll help you, but if you want a job and to get on your feet, sorry we can’t help you. In some cities there weren’t even any services for the homeless, so if you went to a place like the United Way to get help or the Salvation Army they wouldn’t help you unless you were a drug addict. The success rate of a drug addict is 10%, so you always have 90% coming back and our drug use rate is going up. Those agencies get government grants to keep them open to help people, but you only get help if you want to continue to suck the system dry. I recently was laid off. While my wife and I were in the food stamp office. Because I was out of work we were able to get over $500 in food stamps when while I was working we barely had $150 to support 3 people including at that time a 9 month old baby. Also, in our school districts we force them to spend all their money that they get and if they don’t then they get less money the next year. This is irresponsible money management because we’re penalizing our schools for being fiscally responsible. This is our problem. We create these entitlement programs that make us dependent on them, everyone uses entitlement programs if they know it or not, and we’re like drug addicts who need to be weaned off our drug of choice.

Currently a large chunk of the American public doesn’t even pay any Federal Income Tax. I would say either take their right to vote away or create a flat tax. Every American has the responsibility to pay for their government no matter what party you associate with (Many years I’ve refused to file my taxes even though I knew I would get it all back). I have had the opportunity to talk to voters over the years and I always hear from home owners, “why do the people who don’t even pay taxes get to vote on whether or not I have to pay taxes, it doesn’t affect them?” and that makes sense. I think that so much of our problem lies with the fact that those who don’t pay any tax are the ones who have the biggest say. Just like the politicians, those who don’t pay tax say “I’m not paying for it, so why not” or “it’s my money anyways”. The truth be told, if you don’t pay taxes, you shouldn’t get any access to any government program because you haven’t even paid into the system. Let’s just be honest.

While talking to my Dad we had a discussion about how much debt we’re in and how it’s really depressing. I made an analogy that our nation act’s like poor people who just won the lottery. I’m sure you could look up many stories about this too. These people win millions of dollars; they lose their friends, family, and end up with only the shirt on their back after 5 years. Those people that they thought were friends decided to make themselves million dollar buddies and their families figured they were entitled to the money. Very few success stories come out of people who win the lottery, but those are only the ones who decided to be smart or knew how to deal with money in the first place. In order to be rich, you must first be responsible and part of being responsible is saving money.

Finally, if we don’t stop this spiral, we’ll never get anywhere. If you would prefer to live under the rule of another country, move there. If the nations that we’re in debt to decide to call in their loans, they own us. If we decide to fight them, we risk WWIII. We’re in a catch 22 here and if we don’t get out from under this brick soon, we’ll be squished.

Up Next:

If we don’t have the money what happens? Could we declare bankruptcy? What would happen if we declare bankruptcy? These are questions that I will answer in my next article.

Wednesday, October 27, 2010

All Call

12:26 PM by Hegrins · 0 comments
Hi, I'm your faithful blogger. I recently watched a Glenn Beck Friday segment where he had talked about the American Dream. He said that the "American Dream" isn't cars, Money, or the big house on the hill with a 56" plasma TV. He said it's about having the opportunity to do what you love. I love learning, politics, and thinking outside the box. I will admit I am trying to create a following so that my voice may be heard by more than just mom and dad, so you may see me posting my link to http://www.choicebidding.com or this address in a chat or on many other venue's. Please go to my site and check it out because I want to entertain you by doing what I love the most. If you feel that I'm missing a subject or there's something you'd like to know more about either through education or politically please feel free to go to my website and submit a form in the "contact us" section. I deal only in facts and personal experiences, so expect me to verify your sources if you offer me feedback.

I am currently working on a new blog, and I will update you on the blogs that I am working on from time to time, about how the growing "U.S. Debt" is affecting our foreign policy. I recently talked to someone on yahoo chat that said they were on the U.S.S. Kittyhawk and how a Chinese submarine was able to get through the outer perimeter and come within firing position of the Aircraft Carrier and open its torpedo doors to fire on the U.S. warship. Considering how much money we owe the Chinese and Saudi's I would say they would have a huge say in how we handle relations with them. I wonder how much harm we're putting our Soldiers, Sailors, and Marines in to be able to keep our entitlement programs and welfare state. We as a global power tend to have our hand in everything that goes on in the globe because it affects us directly or indirectly, so with our growing national debt, how do we handle our relations with those nations that own our debt and seek to do us harm on the side?

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Sunday, October 24, 2010

Research conclusion on beginning thoughts

I never expected to find what I found when I researched this topic. This subject could get very big and very ugly quick. I've always thought of myself as a conservative capitalist, but the more I research the more I find myself being more liberal and anti-colonial if I were to put a label on myself. I believe that we need a balance of power and that there should be less government, but I think our current system is broken. When I say broken I really mean it's been mangled by a Doberman pincher and spit out.

So, here's what I found out. Our original ancestors were hunter gatherer's. They had tribal leaders and they lived the life of nomads. The average family was no more than 2 children because of the life style of being on a constant move. At this point in time there was no real land ownership. Then society evolved into an agrarian society "Now, where a family of hunter-gatherers might be able to support one or two children at best, farmers could produce several children. The increased fertility also meant increased available laborers." This led to a more, in my opinion, barbaric society where the biggest club won and became the leader. This is kind of where we are as a society at this moment in time, but we're slowly evolving from an agrarian society to a more centralized society.

In an agrarian society "This system of labor-for-protection developed into two separate systems in most countries: taxes and tenancy. Royal families spread their wealth to friends, signing away titles and deeds to lands that allowed the holders to collect the revenues (rent) produced by the peasants living there. On top of this rent, all the people within a ruler's realm were generally required to pay a tax. Many other demands were made by ruling leader, such as military service, and they were grudgingly met because these rulers owned the land not only by birthright, but by military might as well. Rulers could be overthrown by other rulers, and sometimes by peasants, but a new ruler would sit on the throne and the average peasant would rarely notice a difference.". This starts to explain why we are paying rent or a mortgage payment. Because here in the U.S.A. our ancestors came from Europe, we've adopted this system because turning this system upside down could possibly create chaos. When the U.S. had its Civil/Revolutionary war with England we were able to break this up a little bit as far as who owned the land "Many aristocracies were eventually displaced - usually by displacing an aristocrat's head from the body - with supposed meritocracies - a system where the best and brightest lead a nation for the good of all....Title lands were broken into smaller parcels and sold on a free market of sorts, but the people with the money to buy the deeds were either merchants or former aristocrats who managed to escape being shortened by revolutionary fervor." The article I'm quoting goes farther to say "The industrial revolution was one of the great equalizers in human history, perhaps only matched by the invention of firearms....The use of machines for manual labor freed many peasants for different tasks, and allowed a privileged few time for education and specialization into new fields of labor opened up by the mechanization of industry".

With the evolution of man and money man was able to evolve into the current system of mortgage's and the common man having land ownership "The invention of mortgages belongs to no particular country. Mortgages existed for a long time as an exclusive loan given only to nobility. After the industrial revolution, however, the wealth of the world increased to the point where banks opened themselves to "higher-risk" mortgage loans to common people. This allowed individuals to own their own homes and, if they so desired, to become landlords themselves. It took 30,000 years, but home ownership is now open to many people. In fact, it has reached the point where people often buy too much or take out too much of a mortgage"...."English real estate law (or 'Estate Law' as it was known back then) was imported, through colonization, into the earlier forms of law in the U.S.A., Canada, Australia and New Zealand. Many of these states, or their territories, have since modified this historical law, to varying degrees. A study of the old feudal land system of England provides us with an invaluable glimpse of legal history regulating the most valuable asset of them all: land. In medieval times, land was the sole form of wealth and it depended primarily on possession.....All this changed with the Norman conquest of England in 1066. William decreed that he owned all of the land in England by right of conquest. Not one acre of England was to be exempted from this massive expropriation. This sudden vacuum of privately-held land was promptly filled by a variety of huge land grants given by the new King to either his Norman officers or to those of the English who were ready to recognize him as king. The device used by the King to control and administer his land was that of tenure. Tenure was the key component of the feudal system.....Tenures were of a variety of duration known as "estates" and the Fee Simple Estate was the most extensive and allowed the Tenant to sell or to convey by will or be transferred to the Tenant's heir if he died. In modern law, almost all land is held in fee simple and this is as close as one can get to absolute ownership in common law. It was in this context that the British began their dominion over the seas and their explorations which led to the modern nations of Australia, Canada, New Zealand and the United States of America. The concept of developing an informal association of local real estate agents originated in the United States in the 1880s, and by the turn of the century about 15 Real Estate Boards had been established."

Once I was able to find out how mortgages were brought about I thought about money and where it came from, how do you pay a mortgage without money? Below are the stages of money:

  • Barter--This kind of exchange started at the beginning of humankind and is still used today. From 9,000-6,000 B.C.,  
  • Shells--At about 1200 B.C. in China, cowry shells became the first medium of exchange, or money.
  • Metal Currency--China, in 1,000 B.C., produced mock cowry shells at the end of the Stone Age. They can be thought of as the original development of metal currency.
  • Silver--At about 500 B.C., pieces of silver were the earliest coins. Eventually in time they took the appearance of today and were imprinted with numerous gods and emperors to mark their value. These coins were first shown in Lydia, or Turkey, during this time, but the methods were used over and over again, and further improved upon by the Greek, Persian, Macedonian, and Roman empires. Not like Chinese coins, which relied on base metals, these new coins were composed from scarce metals such as bronze, gold, and silver, which had a lot of intrinsic value.
  • Leather currency--In 118 B.C., banknotes in the form of leather money were used in China. Thought of as first paper money
  • Paper money--From the ninth century to the fifteenth century A.D., in China, the first actual paper currency was used as money. Through this period the amount of currency skyrocketed causing severe inflation. Unfortunately, in 1455 the use of the currency vanished from China. European civilization still would not have paper currency for many years.
  • Gold Standard--In 1816, England made gold a benchmark of value. This meant that the value of currency was pegged to a certain number of ounces of gold. This would help to prevent inflation of currency. The U.S. went on the gold standard in 1900.
  • Depression--Because of the depression of the 1930's, the U.S. began a world wide movement to end tying currency to gold. Today, few nations tie the value of their currency to the price of gold. Other government and financial institutions now try to control inflation.
  • Electronic money--Tomorrow is already here. Electronic money (or digital cash) is already being exchanged over the Internet.
Conclusion:

After looking at the evolution of man from nomads to a centralized society I see where the problem resides. In the beginning man had no need to own land, but evolving into an agrarian society changed that. I would say it's proven that when you own something you take better care of it than if you were just leasing or borrowing it because it's yours. I think that man had to declare ownership to give himself the confidence and power to wield the land how he saw fit such as growing corn or grain instead of doing what someone else wants you to do. I think ownership would then be classified as a state of mind, not an actual possession when it comes to land. Due to the "Dark Ages" and the fall of Rome, I think, set us back as a Western Society up to 1,000 years when it comes to evolution. Because the "Dark Ages" was a time when the West was ruled by barbarians and despots. We have taken the same traits our rulers had and applied themselves to ourselves. When I say traits I would like you to think "Keeping up with the Jones'" or "The child who tries to emulate its parent". Because our barbaric leaders decided that the land was theirs and the serfs were just there to work it for them because they were conquered by the King of the land we wanted to own the land just like they did. With the U.S. declaring it's independence and instituting capitalism this has brought land ownership to new heights. With the invention of the mortgage, banks, and capitalism, I think that we may have let things get a little out of control. Land is not to be owned by anyone.

Our founding father's wanted to remove us from the aristocracy of Europe because they saw how it destroyed and/or held back their citizens from being able to have the freedom to evolve, hence the "American Dream". When our country was first being born and growing we had homesteading. If the person stayed on the land for 5 years they could claim that land as their own. Once the local governments gained more and more power to zone cities for the development of the city the land was purchased by a developer from the city, a home built on that land. and then sold back to the citizen is when too much power was taken from the people. The government is supposed to be ran by the people to represent the people. Why would the people want to have land sold back to them that was already theirs to begin with?

Without the education of the public of their government and their responsibilities as a naturalized citizen this allows the government the ability to lie, cheat, and manipulate its people do rob them blind and take complete control. Every man has the right to a place to live, food to eat and grow, and water to drink. No other man has the power to take that from you. We give people power to govern us because we want them to handle the basic details of how things are to be run with our best interest in mind. It has turned into us being swindled out of what was ours to begin with. Man has evolved enough to where we no longer need a sword to take control because government can be used to do the same thing that the sword used to do without any blood being shed. I will believe until the day that I die that I should not have to pay for any land within the U.S. because politicians, money, and capitalism all overstepped their boundaries and have been perverted to make us slaves instead of independent citizens with the right to live our dreams without having to worry about where we sleep, our next meal comes from, or how much we have to pay for water.

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Saturday, October 23, 2010

Beginning Thoughts

9:19 PM by Hegrins · 0 comments
These are my thoughts without research to back them. I will be doing research and post them as a sequel to this post.

I've been thinking, the U.S. government is made up of the people, right? Here's my thoughts. I think that since the government is made up of the people that all of the land within the U.S. is public land. By definition of our government that public land is owned by all the people within its borders that are legal citizens. With that being said, doesn't every citizen have the right to a portion of land without having to pay for it? I think that since the land is public who has the right to sale it to me since I own it anyways.

Does this make me Socialist or Communist, no, in fact it makes me a loyal member of the Republic. If I were Communist I would say that the state owns the property and under Communism the state is the biggest goon with the biggest gun and Socialism is just a more diplomatic goon.

What are the benefits of having our system go back to, or adopt, the notion that all things will go awry is completly wrong. The benefits would be we would have no more need to have entitlement programs such as SSI, Food Stamps, UI, Subsidised housing, and possibly more that I can't think of off the top of my head.

The only bad thing that I can think of that would happen is that maybe greed would set in or that people would try to manipulate the system. I can say though that when you rely more on barter it's much easier to weed out the crooks than with money because money has no honor. I'm not saying that we need to get rid of capitolism, actually I think it has a place in society, but it has come to the point where we are owned by it. A free market system is supposed to keep the people free to make choices not make them slaves which is what I think we have evolved into.

Conclusion:

I think that if this system were implemented that we would have a more productive and free society because once a person has their basic needs taken care of (food, shelter, water) that they actually have time to make better choices and decisions. Under our current system your public land is being zoned by the city, sold to a devoloper, then developed into housing communities which you then purchase a home and spend 30 years paying for it. Who gave the city the right to zone residential neighborhoods and who makes money from that? I think with the Tea Party movement this would be icing on the cake because it would force there to be less government and put the basic day to day operations of life back in the hands of the public not the government.


Some questons that need to be asked are has this system always been in place or is this something recent since the early 1900's? When did the banks take control of our basic needs or rights as U.S. Citizens? How much land is owned by the banks and how much power do they have just by instituting land grabs in which they own through the whole process? What are the benefits from our current state and what would be the benefits from this new state?

Thursday, October 21, 2010

JFK assassination

8:39 PM by Hegrins · 4 comments
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I have to get this off my chest because in a way it’s consuming my mind. I’ve been doing research on the JFK assassinations. I recently came across a great documentary done by A&E in the late 80’s called “The men who killed Kennedy” which was later distributed by the History Channel. I’ve also been going through conspiracy documentaries on topdocumentarys.com. Between what you talk about and what I’ve had a chance to come across this is pretty scary.



Facts:



J. Edgar Hoover was being blackmailed by the mob because they had incriminating photos of him having intimate relations with another male. Hoover refused to acknowledge that we had a mob problem inside the U.S. He also got dirt on just about every politician in Washington including JFK and RFK.



Witnesses close to JFK state that JFK and RFK were trying to figure out how to not put LBJ on the ticket, but couldn’t figure a way out of it so LBJ ends up getting humiliated by the Kennedy brothers publicly.



LBJ, J. Edgar Hoover, and E.L. Hunt along with Nixon and Ford were all close friends.



H.W. Bush was in some form involved with the CIA during that time.



Witnesses were silenced by assassination after the JFK assassination.



On Geraldo’s show in the 90’s LBJ’s mistress of many years who he ended up fathering a child with, on national TV, claims that she spoke with LBJ the day before and the day after the JFK assassination. Her statement was that over the phone LBJ said that JFK wouldn’t humiliate him after that day. When she confronted him after the assassination about what he said the day before he admitted that E.L. Hunt and the CIA did it, he just knew about it.



The director of the CIA was publically humiliated and fired by JFK because of the bay of pigs.



The CIA used the mob for assassinations within the U.S. because they had no jurisdiction. Also, the CIA handbook talked about how to do a coupe and public assassination of the countries leader was ideal. They tried to use this method in South America.



The Warren Report members were stacked and I believe was picked by LBJ himself. On the Warren Commission were people that had a beef with JFK.



A writer by the name of Steve Rivele interviewed Christian David and he gave information regarding the Kennedy assassination. Christian stated he was approached to contract to kill President Kennedy. He did turn it down, but he knew who was contracted. Antoine Gabonese was the man who contacted him. Port of Morse night club was where they would meet. The first name of one of the three men was given to Steve Rivele. The name was nuseum sortie was given to verify Christian David’s story. This man was later killed in Mexico city and that's why his name was given. (this segment is a copy of the notes taken during the documentary) http://www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk/JFKrivele.htm



The Warren Commission concluded that there was one shooter, Oswald, and he fired 3 shots. The House of Representatives concluded 4 shots and two shooters and that this was a conspiracy. Something important to keep in mind that I learned was that because it was a lone shooter everything was allowed to be investigated by Dallas or the State of Texas, if there was more than one shooter the FBI, CIA, and Secret Service would be required to investigate. Also, if Oswald could be linked to Cuba or the USSR LBJ would have been forced to start an all-out war.



Oswald may not have been the shooter. He also may have been CIA (check out the interview he did in Louisiana right before the assassination). Because of the “Bay of Pigs” and because this was a political hot button issue during the time JFK appointed RFK to run a side operation to overthrow the Cuban government. Some people think that Oswald was part of that and that’s why he was a patsy. RFK kept this under close raps so that if anything went wrong it could be concealed, also this was being done without the CIA being in the loop. This would have angered the CIA and been taken as a sign of no confidence and a slap in the face to the CIA.



Conclusion:



I believe that LBJ happened to be in the right place at the right time and have the right friends, but this was bigger than him. I believe that the CIA and other black operations agencies grew too big and too powerful and didn’t like the way things were ran, so they decided to take over themselves. I believe that for a long period of time that our government is being ran behind the scenes and those who have tried to stop it or bring it to light were either silenced or assassinated. What we see going on now is just the final result of something that’s been in motion for decades. There are multiple forces jockeying for position of leadership in this country as the end result comes to a head. This means that “We the people” lost our government over 50 years ago and if we don’t take it back Regan and JFK’s warnings will have been in vein. Those who had involvement in the JFK assassination have had power including LBJ, H.W. Bush, Nixon, and Ford. Those that have been fillers between were manipulated through whatever means necessary to continue the end plan. What is the plan? Very simple, total world domination, which is what every man’s inner demon wants.



There are 3 parties that are jockeying for control of the government. The CIA or other underground black ops agencies want to have world domination in their image which, in my opinion, would be a dictatorship like Iraq or Nazi Germany. The second would be the Liberals who want Communism totalitarian dictatorship a lot like the USSR or China. The last is the American people who just want to live their lives, go to work, raise their family, and provide a decent lifestyle for themselves and their family. The American people are oblivious and being manipulated by the two other forces through lies, deception, and suppression of information.

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