Monday, September 4, 2017

Did The Cubans Kill Kennedy?

CIA hacks propagate many theories about the power behind the murder of President John F Kennedy on November 22, 1963 in Dallas' Dealey Plaza, the latest of which we address is the Cuban theory. Although it has a grain of truth, like all CIA murmurings, it is ultimately a fraud to fix primary culpability on the anti-Castro Cubans who were indeed a vital part of the matrix.

Recently an anonymous poster posited that Cubans betrayed in the Bay of Pigs fiasco formed the nucleus of the conspiracy to kill Kennedy. The interesting aspect of the theory is that it was a concession that there was a conspiracy at all. But like the mob theory of the House Select Committee on Assassinations, it falls far short of the mark and only serves to obfuscate the real murderers.

The important point about the Cuban involvement in the murder of Kennedy is that they were only one of numerous elements who had an axe to grind with the President. They simply lacked the means, on their own, to murder a president of the United States.

McGeorge Bundy, Richard Bissell of the CIA, and Secretary of State Dean Rusk colluded to ground the air support of the CIA operation after Kennedy had reluctantly authorized it earlier in the day on Sunday of the week of the Bay of Pigs invasion.

Thus the foolish Cubans were led to believe that Kennedy grounded the planes when it was actually traitors in his administration who did so. Without air support, Operation Zapata, ie Bay of Pigs, had no chance of success. This subterfuge was intentional for recruiting anti-Castro Cubans for the murder of the president. It also created yet one more rabbit hole down which researchers would fall, never to return, in attempting to trace the real blame for the murder of Kennedy.

As we have stated many times before, not even the CIA was the ultimate power which killed Kennedy. It answered to the Jewish Permindex which had targeted Kennedy for assassination before he entered office.

Murders of presidents typically take a village, which in this case included a bevy of heavy and lightweight assassins of which the Cubans are only one piece of the puzzle.

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