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JFK Tried to Warn Us

by on Jul.07, 2009, under The General Pursuit

“The great enemy of truth is very often not the lie — deliberate, contrived and dishonest — but the myth — persistent, persuasive and unrealistic. Too often we hold fast to the cliches of our forebears. We subject all facts to a prefabricated set of interpretations. We enjoy the comfort of opinion without the discomfort of thought.”
-John F. Kennedy

Listen to an excerpt from his speech at the 1962 Yale commencement:


JFK Yale Commencement Speech



This blog will relentlessly pursue truth, however elusive, even when it is virtually impossible to know it for sure.


That message from the ’62 Yale commencement speech wasn’t the only important thing JFK felt it necessary to warn us about. I’ve heard this JFK speech on secret societies many times; but only recently did I come to the realization that the audience was the American Newspaper Publishers Association. That amplifies the importance of his words, adding the “why” to the “what”. The repeated failures of the mainstream media to challenge the United States government on important issues in recent years seem to indicate Kennedy could see it coming. I think he did.

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2 Comments for this entry

  • JFK Secret Societies

    Also listen to military industrial complex…
    The speech by Eisenhower.
    JFK and Eisenhower while talking about the who really controls this world. The powers that be.

    Military Industrial Complex was Eisenhower farewell speech, and so understand how the world is today was planed way back then.

  • Sherry Fiester

    President John F. Kennedy’s assassination is the most studied murder investigation in all of American History, yet some questions remain unanswered. New research in the forensic community has addressed some of those questions and is provided in Enemy of the Truth: Myths, Forensics, and the Kennedy Assassination . Written from the perspective of a court certified forensic investigator, “Enemy of the Truth: Myths” looks at the assassination as an unsolved major crime, revealing new information that meets the standard of evidence required to support a criminal conviction.

    “Enemy of the Truth,” utilizes new research in a variety of forensic disciplines, including:
    The mechanics of head wound ballistics
    Utilization of ultra high-speed photography
    Fracture sequencing studies of human skulls
    Beveling in relation to projectile directionality
    Blood spatter pattern analysis
    Target movement in gunshot injuries
    Trajectory analysis for the fatal head shot

    Much of the results are startling. For example, contemporary bullet trajectory analysis proves Kennedy’s fatal head shot originated from the front, but excludes the Grassy Knoll, indicating there was a second shooter in front of the President. Research in wound ballistics proves the subtle forward movement of Kennedy’s head followed by the pronounced rear movement is actually consistent with a single gunshot to the head from the front, not two almost simultaneous shots from opposing directions.

    I am Sherry Fiester, a retired Certified Senior Crime Scene Investigator and law enforcement instructor with 30 years of experience. I have testified as a court certified expert in crime scene investigation, crime scene reconstruction, and bloodstain pattern analysis in Louisiana Federal Court and over 30 judicial districts in the states of Louisiana, Mississippi, and Florida. Author of numerous articles in professional publications, I am recognized as an instructor in my field at state and national levels.

    I am hoping you will consider interviewing me to discuss “Enemy of the Truth” as it is a timely topic and provides a factual viewpoint in contrast to the unsubstantiated theories we so often hear.

    Thank you for your consideration,
    Sherry Fiester
    http://www.sherryfiester.com

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