Letter to the editor: Secrecy at the top
In his speech Thursday, George W. Bush said “our politics seem more vulnerable to conspiracy theories and outright fabrication.” Mind-control strategy he’s wise to try since one day everyone will know what many already know to be true about the fictitious elements of, shall we say “the Warren report” from his reign (referring to September 11th). You can’t go back to sleep once you learn leaders’ psyop methods. You develop an awareness and your antennas go up when they employ “strategized influence tactics.” Think about it. The “sealed files” on President Kennedy’s assassination are due to be released in a few days if President Trump can’t be talked out of it. Since numerous reports indicated that George Bush Sr. was working for the CIA and was in Dallas that day, his watchman-son would have good reason to set people’s minds up on reports being “conspiracy theories” and/or “bogus” in case the assassination report is released (and barring it’s not released in an impotent state of redaction). Anyone who’s even half awake knows by now that the taxpayer funded bogus Warren report already qualifies as fiction given the many eyewitness interviews that are now (or at least were) available on YouTube.
Regardless of his faults or sins revealed in recent decades, I believe John Kennedy was a hero who was risking his life for his country when he bravely said, “ladies and gentlemen, the very word secrecy is repugnant in a free and open society and we are as a people inherently and historically opposed to secret societies, to secret oaths, and secret proceedings” … he went on to mention “the dangers of unwarranted concealment of pertinent facts” and warned that, in the guise of perceived necessity, we might be convinced to give up our freedoms. Look up his speech on Secret Societies. Look into “Bohemian Grove” – a place where many in the top tier of politics go to take part in weird, secret rituals.
“The American people can’t handle the truth” is a remark attributed to George Bush Sr. No matter what the context, the remark was disgusting, demeaning and woefully arrogant. Yet, can you handle (do you even want) the truth? Newt Gingrich said the reason so many in government, entertainment and the media hate Trump is because he’s not a “member of the secret society.” I believe President Kennedy’s up there saying, “Drain the swamp, Trump!”