#1025 – Ken Lawrence, Laurie Dusek

 

 

#1024 – Jim DiEugenio

 

  • The Capitol raided by Trump supporters
  • What if today’s protest was carried out by Black Lives Matters?
  • FREE Download EbookSeven Days in May by Fletcher Knebel and Charles Bailey: Read OnlineDownload PDF
  • Angela Berry is the new attorney for Sirhan
  • Sirhan’s parole hearing on March 12, 2021
  • Article: Sirhan’s Upcoming Parole Hearing by Jim DiEugenio
  • Sirhan was very easy to hypnotize
  • Project Artichoke and MK Ultra
  • FREE Borrowable EbookRFK Must Die by Robert Blair Kaiser
  • FREE Borrowable EbookWho Killed Bobby? by Shane O’Sullivan
  • FREE Borrowable EbookThe Search for the Manchurian Candidate: The CIA and Mind Control by John Marks
  • Hoover never believed that Oswald in Mexico city
  • Video: David Josephs’ presentation: Oswald’s Mexico city trip (BOR 920)
  • FREE Borrowable EbookHoover’s FBI by William Turner
  • FREE Borrowable EbookWho Was Jack Ruby? by Seth Kantor
  • Documentary: Evidence of Revision: Watch online: Part 1Part 2Part 3Part 4Part 5Part 6
  • Download the documentary Evidence of Revision (MP4): Part 1Part 2Part 3Part 4Part 5Part 6
  • Bobby Kennedy called the Director of CIA McCone and asked if any of his guys were involved
  • Secret Service agent Elmer Moore
  • Jim’s upcoming article about James Saxon and John Kennedy
  • Part 6 of Creating the Oswald Legend by Vasilios Vazakas to be posted soon
  • Previous articles in this series: Part 1Part 2Part 3Part 4Part 5
  • Jim is working on his new “carpet bombing” of Fred Litwin
  • Joe Green to review Greg Poulgrain’s book
  • Book: JFK vs. Allen Dulles: Battleground Indonesia by Greg Poulgrain: PaperbackKindle
  • UK denies Assange extradition to US

 

#1023 – Gerald McKnight

 

  • Gerald taught in Frederick, MD, where researcher Harold Weisberg lived
  • Original airdate: May 30, 2013
  • They developed a relationship which turned into a preoccupation
  • Today we are an empire, our republic is in pretty sad shape
  • Gerald’s Breach of Trust (2005), now in paperback
  • Oswald was put on the docket 25 minutes after JFK was pronounced dead
  • In the theater, Oswald was looking for his contact
  • Oswald was a low level Intelligence operative
  • None of his interrogation in Dallas was written down
  • Hoover kept the FBI away from the police basement
  • Marina’s first Secret Service interrogation has also been lost
  • The non-testimony of JFK’s physician Admiral George Burkley (more) (more)
  • The unsigned Walker note written in Russian
  • General Walker denied the Carcano-matching bullet
  • LBJ wanted an FBI reported supported by the Attorney General
  • Dr. Earl Rose competently autopsied Oswald, Tippit, and Ruby
  • Admiral Galloway controlled the Bethesda autopsy
  • Gerald believes LBJ was in on the planning
  • LBJ: The Mastermind of the JFK Assassination (Nelson/2011)
  • Gerald would like an entire Air Force One conversations record
  • McGeorge Bundy had been a CIA asset while a dean of students at Harvard
  • Average Marines are not sent to language school
  • Senator Russell, the Dean of the Senate, was the first dissenter
  • Russell, Cooper, and Boggs re-interviewed Marina in Dallas
  • Jack Ruby was, and Lee could have been, an informant
  • Oswald was a provocateur in New Orleans, he called the FBI
  • Lee attempted to call his cut-out John Hurt in Nags Head
  • Lee Oswald the Cuban conspirator became the lone nut
  • The new edition of Gerald’s book contains a new preface
  • A film script supporting the Commission was reviewed by the FBI
  • In their review, the FBI noted that the paraffin test was erroneous

 

#1022 – Jim DiEugenio

 

 

#1021 – Rob Couteau, Roberta Marks

 

  • Roberta Marks is the daughter of Stanley J. Marks
  • Book: Murder Most Foul by Stanley J. Marks
  • Book: Two Days Of Infamy by Stanley J. Marks
  • Marks authored more than 20 books
  • Book: The Bear that Walks Like a Man by Marks
  • The Stanley Marks Revival: The Prophecies of Murder Most Foul! and Two Days of Infamy
  • Marks was blacklisted by the House Un-American Activities Committee
  • Other books by Marks included History of the U.S. Army and Military ScienceThrough Distorted Mirrors
  • Two Days of Infamy: November 22, 1963 and September 28, 1964
  • He wrote four books on the JFK and other assassinations
  • Coup D’état: November 22, 1963
  • “A non-fiction manual for the American of common sense … interested in learning the deceit, deception,
    and duplicity practiced by the upholders of ‘basic principles of justice’ the ‘Warren Commission.'”
  • “That the CIA controls many of the news columns in both the press and magazines is now known.
    What is not known and what will never be known is how many agents of the CIA now work for the
    various organs of the mass communication media” – Marks in 1967
  • “The Warren Commission has never defined this undefinable phrase (against national interest).
    However, after the publication of the Warren Report, many commentators and historians interpret
    that phrase to mean that whenever a future President is murdered his killers can escape capture and
    punishment if a future investigating committee decides their capture would be against the national interest”
  • Marks knew that Earl Warren was only the nominal head of the commission
  • But the real power was Allen Dulles
  • FREE Borrowable EbookJFK and the Unspeakable: Why He Died and Why it Matters by James Douglasss
  • The Bob Dylan Song: Murder Most Foul
  • Article: Stanley Marks and Murder Most Foul by Rob Couteau
  • Website robcouteau.com

 

#1020 – Alan Dale

 

  • Author of the new book The Devil is in the DetailsPaperbackKindle
  • Dale serves as the Executive Director of Assassination Archives and Research Center (AARC)
  • This book is a collection of ten transcribed conversations between Alan Dale and Malcolm Blunt
  • How Alan Dale got interested in the case
  • FREE Download EbookSix Seconds in Dallas (PDF) by Josiah Thompson
  • FREE Borrowable EbookWho killed Kennedy? (1964) by Thomas G. Buchanan
  • Video: Robert Groden and the first public broadcast of the Zapruder Film on Geraldo Rivera’s show Good Night America
  • President Eisenhower’s farewell address on Jan 17, 1961: VideoText
  • President Kennedy’s address at United Nations General Assembly, Sept 20, 1963: TextAudio
  • In this speech, Kennedy proposed joint US-USSR moon mission
  • Office of Security in the CIA
  • Keen interest in Oswald at the CIA
  • Missing documents/pages and tapes

 

#1019 – Greg Poulgrain, Jim DiEugenio

 

  • Book: JFK vs. Allen Dulles: Battleground Indonesia by Greg Poulgrain: PaperbackKindle
  • Book: Economists with Guns by Bradley Simpson: PaperbackHardcoverKindle
  • The US policy in Indonesia changed after Kennedy’s assassination
  • Jim reviews Vincent Bevins’ book The Jakarta Method
  • The American media was supportive of the coup and the new President Suharto
  • Suharto was on the cover of Time magazine (July 15, 1966)
  • 1-2 million people were killed in the years after Suharto became President
  • Marshall Green, US Ambassador to Indonesia in the 1960s
  • Green was the replacement for Howard Jones who was the Ambassador from 1958 to 1965
  • Marshall Green’s library of congress interview: Download PDF (May 12, 1987)
  • Green was one of the top aides of John Foster Dulles
  • The Bandung conference of 1955
  • Allen Pope’s plane “shot-down” over Indonesia
  • Videos: Fletcher Prouty discusses Gary Powers U2 flight: Part 1Part 2
  • Indonesia’s mountain of gold: 15g per tonne
  • Allen Dulles knew of this mine when he was working for Sullivan and Cromwell
  • Allen Dulles represented Rockefeller interests in Indonesia
  • Neither Kennedy nor Sukarno knew about this mountain of gold
  • Book: Who Killed Hammarskjold? by Susan Williams: HardcoverPaperbackKindle
  • Documentary: Cold Case Hammarskjold: Stream on AmazoniTunesDirectvMicrosoftVerizonVudu
  • Operation Celeste and SAIMR = South African Institute of Maritime Research
  • Kennedy’s planned trip to Jakarta in 1964
  • How Konfrontasi began
  • Malaysia was a creation of the British
  • It was supposed to be a confederation of 4-5 other states
  • Sukarno was opposed to it as he looked at it as an extension of British imperialism
  • Sukarno was a nationalist and against European imperialism
  • No US aid to Indonesia under Lyndon Johnson
  • Freeport Sulphur was the first company to sign a contract with Suharto
  • Freeport’s turnover next year is expected to be around 9 Billion USD

 

#1018 – Jim DiEugenio

 

  • Jim is working on a review of Fred Litwin’s new book On The Trail of Delusion
  • Jim’s review to be titled On the Trail of Fred Litwin
  • Gerald Posner’s review of Litwin’s new book on Garrison
  • At Kennedys and King
  • Article: Trump, Biden and the JFK Act: Something Can and Should be Done by Mark Adamczyk
  • Article: The Jakarta Method by Vincent Bevins by Jim DiEugenio
  • Article: Nasser, Kennedy, the Middle East, and Israel by Jim DiEugenio
  • The 1953 overthrow of the Prime Minister of Iran, Mohammed Mossadegh, by the Dulles brothers
  • Jacobo Arbenz of Guatemala overthrown in 1954
  • Mossadegh was a democratically elected leader who wanted to get his country away from European imperialism
  • Mossadegh nationalized the British Pertroleum company which controlled Iranian oil
  • The Brits recruited the ulema/mullahs in Iran
  • Operation Vulture in Vietnam
  • “We have a clean base there now, without a taint of colonialism.
    Dien Bien Phu was a blessing in disguise”
     – John Foster Dulles
  • Richard Nixon was the first to advocate insert American troops in Vietnam in 1954
  • Foster Dulles’s series of treaties: SEATO, the Baghdad Pact (CENTO), OAS
  • These were all supposed to be anti-communist
  • FREE Borrowable EbookThe Ugly American by William J. Lederer and Eugene Burdick
  • Kennedy was very impressed by this book and bought 100 copies of it
  • And sent it to everyone in the Senate
  • Kennedy helped in the making of the movie based on the book
  • Nasser refused to join the Baghdad pact
  • Dulles then pulled the funding for the Aswan Dam project
  • Nasser responded by nationalizing the Suez Canal and approached the Soviets for building the Aswan dam
  • The secret plan by Britain, France and Israel and the Suez Canal crisis
  • Britain and France had cofounded the canal
  • Israel feared Nasser
  • Eisenhower was very angry as Anthony Eden, Prime Miniser of UK, did not consult with him
  • Eisenhower and Dulles decided to teach the British a lesson
  • England was not leading the Western world anymore; the United States was
  • After the Suez canal crisis, Eisenhower and Dulles began to court Saudi Arabia
  • Nasser was a socialist and wasn’t part of a royal monarchy unlike Saudi Arabia
  • Nasser ran a secular republic in Egypt which was NOT based on Islamic fundamentalism
  • “We can help fulfill a great and promising opportunity to show the world that a new nation,
    with an Arab heritage, can establish itself in the Western tradition and successfully withstand
    both the pull toward Arab feudalism and fanaticism and the pull toward Communist authoritarianism”

    – John F. Kennedy in the Senate (Algeria speech)
  • Full text of JFK’s Algeria speech in the Senate, 1957
  • Saudi Arabia advocates Wahhabism, an extremist Islamic philosophy
  • Video: Nasser on The Muslim Brotherhood and Hijabs
  • Article: A Democrat Looks at Foreign Policy by John F. Kennedy, October 1957, Foreign Affairs Magazine
  • Nasser arrested several leaders of Muslim Brotherhood and raided their mosques
  • FREE Borrowable EbookDevil’s Game: How the US Helped Unleash Fundamentalist Islam by Robert Dreyfuss
  • The British Empire backed the Muslim Brotherhood
  • The cover-up of Kennedy’s foreign policy is more extensive than the cover-up following his assassination
  • Kennedy appointed John S. Badeau as his ambassador to Egypt
  • Badeau was the leading scholar on Egypt in the United States
  • AIPAC = American Israel Public Affairs Committee, one of the most powerful lobbying groups in USA
  • Nasser’s United Arab Republic (UAR)
  • Libya was one of the richest countries per capita
  • Hillary Clinton decided to overthrow Gaddafi
  • The United States is opposed to having secularists in the Middle East
  • Timber Sycamore (CIA covert op)
  • Hillary Clinton is a neocon
  • Kissinger was responsible for the genocides in Bangladesh, East Timor and Cambodia
  • Video: Bernie Sanders calls out Hillary Clinton on taking advice from Henry Kissinger
  • Kennedy did not like dealing with Saudi Arabia
  • The Yemen civl war of 1962 where Nasser wanted Yemen to be a republic
  • And Saudi Arabia wanted a return to monarchy
  • Kennedy backed Nasser over the war in Yemen
  • David Ben Gurion and Golda Meir did not want to negotiate with the Palestinians
  • Israel’s nuclear reactors
  • Ben Gurion wanted Israel to have nuclear weapons as a deterrent against Arab attacks/invasions
  • Book: Stealing the Atom Bomb by Roger Mattson: PaperbackKindle
  • Did JFK cause Ben Gurion’s resignation?
  • How the US’s foreign policy changed after JFK’s assassination
  • Book: Divert! by Grant F. Smith: PaperbackKindle
  • The neocon movement began under Gerald Ford
  • Ford moved Donald Rumsfeld and Dick Cheney into the White House
  • Rumself and Cheney thought that Kissinger was too liberal
  • They wanted to go back to the era of Dulles, Paul Nitze and George Kennan

 

#1017 – Dr. David Mantik, John Barbour

 

 

#1016 – Andrew Kiel, Jim DiEugenio