Thursday, August 22, 2013

The One Minute Chronicle: The Entire Pentagon Knew Who Murdered JFK

The entire Pentagon knew in advance about the murder of President John F Kennedy on November 22, 1963 in Dealey Plaza, most of whom were dying for a splendid little war in the Pacific.
Len Osanic, host of Black Op Radio, related the story of Col Fletcher Prouty (1917-2001) telling him this in answer to his question, "How many people in the Pentagon knew who murdered the President?" Prouty was very reluctant to answer, but finally relented by telling him that practically everyone there of any consequence knew who murdered the President, and it wasn't Lee Harvey Oswald.
Prouty, himself a veteran Air Force officer, bailed out of Murder, Inc. in 1964, as did several other more senior officers before him. They all knew that a "lone nut" did not murder the president, and that only the operational muscle of the military could pull of such a coup.
The implications are staggering and explains why so much propaganda and lies have been sprayed across the air wave like a bilge pump gushing with sewage and feces.
Prouty was no lightweight in military matters, having served in sensitive spots, including liaison between the CIA and Pentagon.
If you have wondered why the lies and murders continued, it is because so many millions, including most of the Military Industrial Complex, have a heart felt interest in perpetuating the lies because murder is part and parcel of their souls.
More disturbingly, the Kennedy operation is an ongoing CIA action which shields it from having to divulge files on the case. The continuing executive action plot involves massive propaganda and obfuscations regarding the nature of the crime.
With so many millions committed to the lie of the lone nut, there will never be an acknowledgement of who murdered the President and why they wanted it - namely war and lucre. However, you can know the truth and it will set you free.
Len Osanic, Black Op Radio, August 15, 2013
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