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CBS News and JFK (Stepping Stones and Mars) Part 47

JFK’S ASSASSINATION (CBS-TV COVERAGE)(PART 47)

Less than 3 months ago Mr. Kennedy was interviewed by Walter Cronkite and he warned then that the dispute between Buddhists and government in South Viet Nam

imperiled the effectiveness in the war against the Viet Cong Communists:

JFK: I don’t think that uh unless a greater effort is made by the government to win popular support they the war can be won out there. In the final analysis It’s their war. Their the ones that have to win it or lose it. We can help them.We can give them equipment. We can send our men out there as advisors,but they have to win it, the people of Viet Nam against the Communiusts. We’re prepared to continue to assist them, but I don’t think the war can be won unless the people support the effort. And in my opinion in the last two months the government has gotten out of touch with the people: the repressions against the Buddhists we felt were very unwise. Now uh all we can do is to make it very clear that we don’t think this is the way to win. Uh It’s my hope that uh that this will become increasingly obvious to the government. That they will take steps to try to bring back popular support for this very (essential? not sure what word he is saying, because it sounds like he says insentual which is not a word, in sensual , inessential, incendial…. Still essential fits and I think that is the word he is saying) struggle.

Walter Cronkite: Do you think that uh this government still has time to uh to

JFK: Yea (nodding)

Walter Cronkite: regain

JFK: I do

Walter Cronkite: the support of the people?

JFK: With changes uh in policy and uh perhaps with uh and personnel. I think it can.

If it doesn’t uh make those changes I would think the chances of winning it would not be very good.

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CBS News is taking a look tonight at the career of our dead President from time to time if there is no news either from Washington or from Dallas we will switch to those places to keep you up to date.

Two years ago Mrs. John F. Kennedy took the American public on a personally conducted tour of the White House.

Her husband appeared briefly at the conclusion of the tour to talk with Correspondent Charles Collingwood about the work his wife had done in the Executive Mansion.

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Charles Collingwood: Mr. President. (JFK shakes hands with Charles Collingwood and enters room)

Well, Mrs. uh

(Charles asks a private question to Mrs. Kennedy but not sure what it is that he says something

or someone else does in earshot of the interview. It sounds like the person says Does he know?)

I am suspicious he is under the influence of drugs in this interview! (like Devil’s Breath which appears was on the table in the flowers at the breakfast in Fort Worth before he was assassinated. They had had a trip to Columbia in his term but not sure why. Drugs, Diamonds? The man she eventually married was a shipping tycoon Aristotle Onassis and Devil’s Breath is where the drug for sea sickness comes from. Aristotle Onassis would know that. Not sure that JFK would have known. Charles Collingwood seems to know  and so I guess that is how we have the press we have today. The Press, the Clergy, the mob and Jackie Kennedy Onassis involved with many more in JFK’s dementia and other activities. I guess that may be why we can’t get the straight scoop about anything these days, because the press was taken over by ass holes.

JFK was worth about 100 million, but not sure of the worth of Aristotle Onassis, (spiritually nothing) but he was wealthy.

 

Mrs. Kennedy has been showing us about the White House

and uh all the changes she’s made therein.

What do you think of the changes that she’s made?

 JFK: Well, I think the great effort she made has been to uh bring us much more intimately in contact with all the men who lived here.

And after all uh history is people and uh particularly the great moments of our history ….Presidents. So when we have as we do today Grant’s table, Lincoln’s bed, Monroe’s gold set all these uh make these men much more alive. So I think it makes the White House a stronger panorama really of our great story.

Charles Collingwood: Do you mind living in a house that has as many visitors as this one has?

JFK: Well, last year we had the largest in history which I think shows that the White House

is uh becoming more and more important to the American people.

Over 1million 300 thousand people passed through our (JFK breakes out and laughs a bit uncontrollably) home. But uh I’d like to see that number double this year. And what is particularly interesting is that at least two-thirds of them were young boys and girls at school. I have always felt that American history is uh sometimes uh dull subject uh so much emphasis on dates, but I think if they can come here and see uh alive this building and the in a sense touch the people who’ve been here then they’ll go home more interested and I think that uh they’ll become better Americans and uh some of them may want to live here themselves which I think uh would be very good. Even the girls. (laughs again)

Charles Collingwood: Well, certainly there’s a great deal for them to see.

Do you, living here as you do, have the same lively sense of the past and of history of those of us who visit this house do?

 JFK: Oh yes I think even more because of over at the Executive Wing which you didn’t visit which Theodore Roosevelt designed I sit at a desk which was given by Queen Victoria to President Hayes which is used by many of our Presidents and the whole atmosphere touches the lives of these men who led our nation in very difficult times. Of course, I think if anyone comes to the White House as a President desires the best for his country but I think he does receive stimulus from the knowledge of living in close proximity to people who uh are legendary but uh who uh actually were alive and were in these rooms.

Here is the you tube of that explanation for the renovation by Mrs. Kennedy where her voice becomes Marilyn Monroe. This is commented on by a woman whose husband dated Jackie Kennedy before she was a Kennedy. I don’t really understand why JFK goes a bit hysterical, but I think it is a clue to his state of mind. I am not really sure it is really him. In fact, the White House renovation seems to have affected the both of them. She acts like a robot in this you tube …..or an alien. Kind of like that movie where the White House is taken over by extraterrestrials.

MARS ATTACKS

He was known to take a lot of drugs for his condition. No telling what they gave him. I get the feeling she actually was in control.

She was playin’ soft, but he was just her tool. I think she controlled him through those drugs

and he fell for it,

and eventually he became a liability

to her “ascension”.

I don’t think she wanted to be married to a writer….his goal after the Presidency.

He was her stepping stone and a stepping stone for others under her care:) such as the Press, Diplomats, etc

That is why she showed so little respect for the brother that died in WWll before she had met him,

Saying he lacked imagination.

HOW DID SHE KNOW ABOUT HIS IMAGINATION?

PRETTY WICKED WOMAN!

It is cute, their act, but I think that is just what it is …..AN ACT!

Otherwise how do you explain the rest of the story?

She murders him and blames them

whoever they are. 

OBVIOUSLY IT DOES NOT MAKE SENSE….ANY OF IT

INCLUDING THE LICKING AND TONGUE CUES!

MAYBE A SIGN OF WEAKNESS OF BETRAYAL

 LIKE A FRENCH KISS

OR A NEW FORM OF ALIEN COMMUNICATION? STILL TRYING TO GET THE MEANING OF THEIR HABIT

A Tour of the White House with Mrs. John F. Kennedy – Feb. 14, 1962 (1/6)

 

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An unrewarding and even to begin an assessment of John Kennedy on the day of his death partly because the country really hadn’t made up it’s mind about him when he was killed. His image as a president was not yet clear. Objective men who knew him indicate that perhaps it was not yet clear even to him. He was a a man who admired greatness and courage. Many people believed he had the first and almost everyone knew he had the second. But he also admired the doers, the practical man of statecraft who leave accomplishments as a monument and in this area he had had some problems maybe because neither the world nor the nation is very susceptible to statecraft these days. This much is true: on at least two occasions when the slightest slip from grace or courage or strength could have brought either war or disgrace to this nation John Kennedy’s grace and courage and strength were any all anyone of us could have prayed for. If he did not live long enough to leave a clear picture there were details of greatness that will live as long as there is an American nation. Among the things that we know that Mr. Kennedy was was the first real master of the English language to be President since Abraham Lincoln. He was eminently quotable, adaptably witty. He once said,” It has been recently suggested that whether I serve one or two terms in the Presidency I will find myself at the end of that period at what might be called the awkward age, too old to begin a new career too young to write my memoirs.” Death has made that remark ironic, but of course, death is always the great ironist. That is the kind of thing John Kennedy appreciated for he was an intellectual who at times seemed detached and watched himself. The horror that happened today is something he must have imagined at one time or another. It would have been a very real dream to that sensitive intelligence, but an irrelevant one to that vibrant courage. As any writer who is also a President does, as Lincoln did, John Kennedy wrote his epitaph a dozen times.

Maybe his most widely remembered remark came in that first and last inaugural address:

“And so my fellow Americans ask not what your country can do for you.

Ask what you can do for your country.”

It has been commonly accepted in all states and all cultures of man that what John Kennedy did for his country today is the most that a man can do.

His sacrificial answer to his own question

would seem to give the question substantial new meaning for the rest of us.

YES WHO GAINED FROM THAT SACRIFICE  THAT HE UNKNOWINGLY AND ABSENT-MINDEDLY OFFERED?

WHO ELSE WAS THE INTENDED VICTIM,

MAYBE THIS WHOLE EVENT WAS NOT ABOUT JFK

MAYBE HE WAS A SHILL LIKE BILLY GRAHAM WHO GOT OUT-SHILLED BY A BETTER  SHILL

Kind of interesting since reading just recently in the news about what Abraham Lincoln’s wife she said to a doctor after Abraham Lincoln had been shot:

“Do what you can do. Do what you can do.”

something to that effect anyway. It is not a direct quote because at the moment I’m too lazy to look it up but I had noticed the quote changed in two different press releases, but they were similar.

I get the feeling history repeats itself. Like we are in a loop and each loop is relative to the next.

We have been taking a discursive look at the career of John Kennedy.

We will now proceed to catch up with the news, what there is tonight.

And first let’s go to Dallas, the scene of the crime and CBS News Correspondent Dan Rather:

The investigation into the death of President John Kennedy and the possibly related death of a Dallas Policeman is continuing at this hour and at Dallas Police Headquarters this is the scene. This is 24 year old Lee H. Oswald who lives in Irving a suberb of Dallas. He has been undergoing questioning since mid afternoon in connection with the shooting in downtown Dallas shortly after the shooting of President Kennedy of a Dallas Policeman. Oswald has been charged with the shooting of the Dallas Policeman. The fatality of the Dallas Policeman. A crowd of newsmen have been at Police Headquarters since Oswald has been there awaiting a possible break in the case. This is the scene in the corridor and occasionally police officers try to get the newsmen to stand back against one wall but it’s been almost an impossible job.

That would be because the corridor is jammed full of people. Just not enough room to stand against one wall.

The policeman holding the door IS the same policeman that was behind President Kennedy and Jackie Kennedy

at the airport in Dallas where Jackie is doing something odd

and the crowd is laughing and pointing at whatever it is that she is doing. 

As a crowd of approximately 200 newsmen are on hand. Police say that in addition to charging Oswald with the death of the Dallas Policeman they also are questioning him connection with the fatal shooting of President Kennedy and the wounding of Texas Governor John Connally. Oswald is only 5 feet 9 inches tall. He weighs just 160 pounds. You cannot see him in this shot, but we should catch a glimpse of him soon. He answers the description of a young man sighted at the book depository building from which the shot which killed the President was believed to have been fired. Now here is the gun that police say was used to kill the President. That’s an Italian made rifle. We’ll have a close look at it in just a moment.

Here’s Oswald at the Police Station. He is saying there, ” I did not do it. I did not do it.”

In just a moment we expect to have sound videotape from Police Headquarters with Oswald saying those things himself.

Now we’ll take a closer look at the gun

(9:48/10:47) Dan Rather licking.

Is this what Newsmen do frequently?

Are they taught to lick a lot?

that police say was used to kill the President today.

The gun is an Italian made high powered rifle 6.5 millimeter which police tell us is roughly the equivalent of a 30-caliber rifle. It’s the rough equivalent of the kind of rifle that United States soldiers carry. It has a four power telescopic sight on it. The shot which killed the President is believed to have been fired through that gun at a range of approximately 100 yards which is not a long range for this kind of a weapon.

Deer season is open in Texas and that kind of gun at 100 yards would knock a full-sized deer completely off his feet.

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Happens to be 6:16 time-wise on the clock.

Just in case you are not aware 616 and 666 are antichrist numerals.

It has been said that the number was actually 616, not 666 . Just thought I would add that info because it was coincidental)

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Police refuse to say whether they have any fingerprints from that weapon as yet.

(notice the man has his hands

all over the rifle without gloves etc AND not maintaining the integrity

of the evidence in his hands)

The man in the hat

rather looks a lot like an older Dan Rather.

They also refuse to say whether they have taken any ballistic tests on the weapon as yet.

Officer on the right looks like the Dan Rather as he looked  20 or 30 years later.

END

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July 4, 2012 - Posted by | Abraham Lincoln, Assassination of JFK, Billy Graham, Dan Rather, Jackie Kennedy, Jackie Onassis, JFK, John Kennedy Jr., Oswald, Uncategorized | , , , , , , , , , , , ,

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