"The high office of President has been used to foment a
plot to destroy the American's freedom, and before I leave office I must inform the
citizen of his plight."
Pres. John F. Kennedy at Columbia University 10 days before his assassination
Joel - We Didn't Start the Fire
have a 1974 Kennedy Half Dollar that I've had since shortly after it was minted. I carried
it around in my pocket like a good luck charm for quite some time, and then kept it in a
safe place because it was so special to me that I didn't want to lose it. Sometimes I
wonder if anyone could be a greater admirer of Pres. Kennedy than me.
It's the same kind
of admiration I have for the late Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, people who found themselves
in a culture and world requiring a leader, people who are called to leadership and then
inquire of themselves in a way that allows them to transcend themselves, even in their
weakest moments, to be the representative of the citizens and their consitituents in ways
and circumstances you didn't even realize existed.
My father was born in 1908, me in 1955. He saw a lot. He knew people in Hollywood, in
politics, and he was known for his opinions and principles.
I talk much more about him and his "realtionships" with important people and
about witnessing the Assassination of Pres. John F. Kennedy in a special
"webcast" I prepared for a group called "Turn Your Back On Bush back
in 2002", telling them of how his death was much like the shock of of September 11,
2001, and trying to bridge some generation gaps and share some history and heritage.
I believe you'll find this as relevant and important as I do when connecting all the
dots of what I'm trying to convey to you now. I include a link to that at the
bottom of this page for you to look at later.
"For the great enemy of the 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 forebearers.
We subject all facts to a prefabricated set of interpretations.
We enjoy the comfort of opinions without the discomfort of thought."
-- John F. Kennedy 1962
I was always perplexed, fascinated and curious at how Pres.
Kennedy's death changed my father's life. I remember watching the pain on his face when
he'd listen to the radio news every afternoon to check on the progress of the Clay Shaw
trial prosecuted by Jim Garrison, as portrayed in the movie "JFK" by Kevin
Costner. When Shaw was found innocent of being involved in a conspiracy to
assassinate President Kennedy, it was like I felt when my father died, I knew something
had been lost, I knew it was important, but I didn't know what it was or why. I just know
my father knew something.
What I can tell you is that based on knowing my father knew people things
most people didn't, seeing how he reacted and the things he said and then did afterward,
and after viewing the hearings and viewing the movie of what is called the "Zapruder
film", I have to believe that the movie JFK, though a movie and a theatrical
presentation, is an incedibly accurate representation of fact. I suggest you watch it
again, view it as truth, knowing that the few details which may not be accurate do not in
any way deceive you about the truth.
Part of the reason my father's impressions in those times are important,
is because he seemed to be a huge fan of John. F. Kennedy, which was odd all by itself,
since he seemed to me to be a Goldwater Republican and what I might think would be an
ultra-conservative by today's standards. But I was young.
What I've come to realize is that, like John Kennedy, what ultimately
concerned him most was the disconnect between the knowledge of the intent of our founders
and the forces behind the scenes that controlled and deceived our perceptions of our own
He had the understanding of the will and intent of God for this nation in
the world, the circumstances in government and intelligence agencies and military forces
competing for control, and the deceptions and ulterior motives of those who would
undermine and usurp that intent...
I say "Camelot" was the true representation and expression of
the Kingdom of God through the means of governance as envisioned by God in His image
of how humanity would look when the Kingdom was fully established.
It is the same reason I revere John Kennedy as a Christ of his domain, as
anointed by God, whether he knew it or understood it or not, but he just knew the
difference between right and wrong, the Golden Rule, expressed in equality and justice and
true freedom. Freedom that was and is being threatened by covert powers who are not
concerned about our welfare, but their own enrichment.
It's only recently that I realized the true gift that Pres. Kennedy gave
us, as a nation and citizens and spiritual beings of true moral character and fiber. He
stood and represented every value and belief we claim to share. He offered his life in
defense of us in World War II, as depicted in the movie "PT-109" starring Cliff
Robertson, and he gave his life because of the same valor and courage that lead to his
The unknown gift he left us that speaks to this moment in history is
contained in the videos and words shown below, which explain the basis and insidiousness
of the New World Order that is being foisted upon us, and will, if the conspiracy as
described by Pres. Kennedy and Pres. Dwight D. Eisenhower is allowed to continue, we will
be subjected to totalitarianism and economic slavery for generations, as enabled
beginning most recently by the Patriot Act, the economic global crises engineered to
economically coerce us, and the use of weather warfare to covertly wage war against other
nations, something my father warned me of when I was a child without my knowing it until
President John. F. Kennedy was more than a hero, a President, father and
citizen. He was a man who had the integrity to know that despite any danger to him, and
despite his own human frailties and temptations and downfalls, when it came time for
what is truly important, when the foundation is in danger of faltering and you
understand why, you ask yourself,
Ask not what your country can do for you, but ask what you can do for your
And then you do what must be done, you put it on the line, knowing that
the greater good, what's at stake, is more important than any one person. That is a
true example of a man who understands the teachings of Jesus an the ways of God, a
patriot, whether they know it or not.
So I submit to you that President John F. Kennedy has been a hero to me
and to us all for all of my life, if only for the example he set for us all as
citizens. And that was to do the right thing, even if it isn't the best thing for
And so, he set out to tell us the truth of what was most important, like
living words that looked into the future and said, truth is the most important thing, and
what will inevitably set the world free. Finally. At last as promised.
I ask you to listen to his words, not in fear, but with the understanding
that, just as the Bible said, we have been living in a time of deception upon deception
It was worth everything to Pres. Kennedy to leave us these words as his
most precious gift to America.
I ask that you listen with the essential knowledge that this is the work
of God as well, through his anointed of his domain at that time, JFK, and that you revere
the courage and inspiration of this man who provides a key to our understanding of this
world and what we all face today in order to wake up as he did, accept what is
true, and take the actions necessary to correct it.
I think it is important to mention that I never saw nor recalled these
video until 6/1/2009.
See Also: My Talks
with John Fitzgerald Kennedy
See Also: The Legal Brief: The Citizens vs Ted Kennedy
History Will Not Absolve Us: Orwellian Control, Public Denial, and the
Murder of President Kennedy (E. Martin Schotz, Preface
by R. Cardona Pub. Date: November 1996 Publisher:
Plough Publishing House)