President Kennedy Asassination Conspiracy
Posted by LOTGK on October 7, 2007
The Kennedy Assassination conspiracy Theory Begins Here
The Grassy Knoll Institute explores what role Lee Harvey Oswald had in President Kennedy’s assassination and if he was in fact the lone gunman. Plus a different view of presidential hopeful Richard Nixon and how he would greatly benefit.
The Kennedy assassination has received so much publicity and the story has been told so many different ways and times, it is hard to tell what really happened and who was really involved. Rest assured, the Grassy Knoll Institute has sorted it all out and will explain its theory. Let’s start from the beginning….
Richard Nixon in the late 1950′s was a very powerful man with aspirations of becoming the president of the united States. However, one man stood in his way of becoming the most powerful man in the world. That man was John F. Kennedy.
Nixon saw Kennedy’s popularity with the voting public continue to rise and he knew it was only a matter of time until the Irish Catholic Congressman decided to run for President on the Democratic ticket. The rest is history. Kennedy and Nixon were virtually tied in the polls until the first ever televised Presidential debates.
The TV camera did not like Nixon and he appeared in a very bad light sweating profusely live on camera and not projecting himself as a leader of the free world. Kennedy, on the other hand, took to the camera like a seasoned Hollywood actor. Kennedy’s powerful answers and retorts along with his keen wit won the debates and swayed the public in his favor winning the election by a very slim margin becoming the 35th President of the United States.
Kennedy was becoming more and more popular every day. The media likened Kennedy and his family to Camelot. They were becoming as close to royalty as a President could become. Bobby, J.F.K.’s brother, was appointed Attorney General and he soon waged his war on crime that created a very positive public buzz. Bobby was making a name for himself and was not satisfied to be in John’s shadow. Even younger brother Teddy was being groomed to take a more powerful role in family politics. The Kennedy family was on the verge to wield their power and influence for many years to come.
That is what Nixon was up against. The public was in a love affair with the Kennedy family and J.F.K. would easily be re-elected to a second term serving until 1968. From there, Bobby Kennedy would have been groomed to follow in John’s footsteps and become President from 1969 through 1976. In the meantime, Teddy would have been kept under control and been made to toe the line and he would have become President in 1977 through 1984. That would be 24 years of Camelot with Nixon on the outside looking in with envy.
UNLESS…..Somehow Camelot would come to an end. J.F.K. would have to be out of the picture for Nixon to have any chance of becoming President. But how was the question. The answer and solution would soon come.
The Bay Of Pigs came bringing the world to the brink of nuclear war and Kennedy would be to blame. Instead, Kennedy took a hard stance against the Cubans and Russians and won the admiration of the world and became even more powerful and popular. But to Nixon, there was a silver lining.
Finally, there was a cover story. The Russians and Cubans were public enemies to Kennedy. Castro spent many hours ranting about the filthy American pig. The Russians, though never publicly aired their hatred towards Kennedy, were humiliated in front of the entire world. There was also the Mafia that Bobby Kennedy was gunning after. There would be plenty of suspects. Plenty of motives. Plenty of blame. The iron was hot. It was now or never.
One fateful day in November of 1963, JFK and Camelot were silenced. Lee Harvey Oswald assassinated J.F.K. while he was passing by in his motorcade. The actual shooting and events that led up to the assassination are still clouded to this day. Oswald was seen as the fall guy for some unknown group. It was proven that Oswald could not have acted alone. Not even the best military marksmen were able to fire three rounds with the speed and accuracy as Oswald did. Yet, he was the fall guy. It was said that he acted alone.
The Zapruder film that caught the assassination on film was confiscated by the FBI and only months later was it permitted to be viewed by the public. Why? Did the film actually show evidence of a possible second and third gunman from different angles to assure the target would be hit? Was the film altered and spliced back together removing the damaging evidence and then returned to Zapruder?
The scores of leads by private citizens, all eye witnesses to the assassination who claimed to see a man lurking on the Grassy Knoll with a perfect rifle angle to the motorcade were never followed or were dismissed. Governmental red tape took over and Jack Ruby silenced Oswald by killing him while he was being transferred and thus completed the conspiracy.
Several years later, in 1968, Bobby Kennedy tried to follow in John’s shoes but was gunned down ending any hopes of Camelot beginning again. In 1968, Richard Nixon won the Republican ticket and was voted President of the United States. He again won easily in 1973 by a landslide for his second term in office. His dream had finally come true…………….
LURKING ON THE GRASSY KNOLL