The JFK Assassination

Everyone knows that, President John F. Kennedy or JFK as he is known to many, was assassinated on November 23rd, 1963 in Dallas, Texas. The official explanation by the Warren Commission was that it was done by a lone gunman by the name of Lee Harvey Oswald, who was later arrested by the police at a local theater. When he was taken into custody he spoke the words, “I am not a patsy,” in front of dozens of cameras before being shot Jack Ruby later that same day.

Although many believe the Warren Commission’s final conclusion that Oswald was the lone gunman those famous words ring true to a lot of people around the world who now believe there was a deeper conspiracy behind JFK's assassination.

The famous “magic bullet” theory that defies all logic is a key component to unraveling the mystery that either Oswald didn’t act alone or he was simply a patsy as he claimed. Most conspiracy theorists believe the latter after decades of research, even though no one has specifically been blamed or come forward with their testimony. Many believe those that did commit the crime fear the consequences if they did.

Luckily, the assassination had been filmed by Abraham Zapruder. His film has now become famous around the world showing how JFK was killed. But what the film shows does not coincide with where Oswald was when he pulled the trigger. If you watch the film JFK's head goes back as if the shot came from the front. This is undeniable. It's just basic physics. If you move something forward with force, whatever you move will go in the opposite direction.

Aside from JFK moving his back after the shots, many eyewitnesses whose testimonies did not show up on the Warren Commission Report, claim they heard gunshots coming from the grassy knoll, which was in front of the JFK's vehicle before he passed it. This is key evidence to determine that someone else was involved in the shooting.

Why Was Kennedy Killed?

If we are to believe that there was a conspiracy to kill JFK involving several shooters, not including Oswald, then the next question is why? What did JFK do to piss off these people? Was he that bad of a President? His election against Richard Nixon was one of the closest presidential elections of the 20th century.


UFO’s and Aliens

It has been speculated for quite some time that JFK knew of the alien and ufo secret being kept from the American public and wanted to expose that secret because he felt it was wrong and the people had a right to know ever since the Roswell Crash of 1947. But there are those within high positions of power who felt differently and decided to silence him.

The Vietnam War

It is no secret that JFK publicly advocated for greater U.S. involvement in Vietnam during the war. But as the war saw no end in sight JFK wanted to begin withdrawing troops from the region. It is speculated that the higher echelon wanted to stay in Vietnam for war profiteering. So to prevent JFK from pulling out completely they killed him.

Executive Order 11110

On June 4th, 1963 JFK issued Executive Order 11110, which was an effort by JFK to transfer power from the Federal Reserve to the United States Department of the Treasury by replacing Federal Reserve Notes with silver certificates. It is speculated that the banking cartel who own the Federal Reserve did not like this and conspired to silence JFK from making this happen. Critics of the theory note that Executive Order 11110 was a technicality that only delegated existing presidential powers to the Secretary of the Treasury for administrative convenience during a period of transition, which I do not believe.


Whoever killed JFK had the power and resources to accomplish something that would have been very difficult if not planned out carefully. One of the things many people noticed on that tragic day was the lack of secret servicemen around the president’s vehicle and that JFK did not ride in a covered vehicle leaving him like a vulnerable duck in a shooting gallery.

The Military-Industrial Complex

Before and during the events of the Cuban Missile Crisis JFK came under heavy fire from the Joint Chiefs of Staff for not providing air support during the Bay of Pigs and not taking direct actions against the Russian when he ran the blockade. Because of this they thought JFK was soft on communism believing his actions would cost millions of lives for America they decided that he must be dealt with.

Operation Northwoods

And because of the failed Bay of Pigs invasion the Joint Chiefs of Staff called for the CIA to stage act of terrorism using hijacked commercial airliners against American military and civilian targets and blame them on Cuba to start a war. This proposal was called Operation Northwoods.


It is no secret that Allen Dulles wanted revenge on JFK when he decided he wanted to split the CIA into a million pieces after the Bay of Pigs fiasco. Dulles, who was a member of the Warren Commission, helped place the blame on Oswald to divert attention away from him in case he came under suspicion.

The Warren Commission

Established by President Lyndon Johnson after JFK's death through Executive Order 11130, the Warren Commission was named after Chief Justice Earl Warren. But it was Nicholas Katzenbach who recommended that a commission on the assassination be established. To combat speculation of a conspiracy against either the Military-Industrial Complex, the CIA or Allen Dulles, Katzenbach said, "The public must be satisfied that Oswald was the assassin; that he did not have confederates who are still at large.”

Clearly the commission had an agenda and was covering something up, especially when key evidence and important eyewitness testimony were not added to the Commission’s findings. Many who refute the Commission’s claims find no logic in the magic bullet theory the commission claims are accurate.

The President John F. Kennedy Assassination Records Collection Act of 1992

Oswald no doubt shot JFK and was alone when he did it. Right?

The Assassination Records Collection Act put into law in 1992 by congress directed the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) to establish a collection of records on the assassination. The Act requires that each assassination record be publicly disclosed in full and be made available in the collection no later than the date that is 25 years after the date of enactment of the Act.

Now why hold records back from the public only to be released 25 years later? Oswald killed JFK alone according to the Commission. End of story. So what is it we are not allowed to see? It doesn’t make sense if you believe the Commission. There is no reason to hold anything back when making that claim unless you are trying to hide something which makes the official story that much more suspicious.

In April of 2018, President Trump ordered 19,000 documents of the assassination to be released to the public. Of those documents Martin Luther King was mentioned in a negative light but gave no mention of his connection to JFK . Why would King’s name end up in the JFK files to begin with? Did NARA grab the wrong files by mistake? Or did they grab them to keep the real files hidden from the public because there was a conspiracy to kill JFK?

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