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The role of mafias,johnson or the f ederal reserve connection to jfk John Fitzgerald Kennedy's assasination and why

Updated on May 10, 2011

NOVEMBER 22,1963 - 2009

John Fitzgerald Kennedy was assassinated !

It's been 46 years since that fateful day and many theories concerning who was involved and why.

Some say it was the C.I.A.

Some say it was the Mafia

Some say it was Castro

Some say it was the Federal Reserve Bankers

Some say it was the illuminati

Who ever it was,had to well connected to the secret service in any case.Because it was the secret service that was charged with protecting the president during the motorcade through downtown Dallas.I'm not saying that the secret service was the only group responsable for J.F.K's death ,it could well have involved all of the suspected groups above as they all had a reason to want him dead.

The C.I.A. wanted him dead because the president was going to dismantle the C.I.A.

The Mafia wanted him dead because they had a hand in making him the president and they also had many casinos in Cuba that they wanted back and his brother Robert was going after them.

Castro probably wanted him dead but the C.I.A. certainly wanted Castro dead.

The Federal Reserve Bankers definitely wanted him dead because J.F.K. was going ahead with his plan to have the treasury print up millions in Unitedstates banknotes to replace the Federal Reserve notes.Interest free!

The illuminati likely wanted him dead because of the same reason the Federal Reserve wanted him dead ,control over the money supply.Because he who controls the money controls the government.

There is at least one more person who may have wanted J.F.K. dead .That would be the vice preseident Lyndon Baines Johnson, because he didn't like the Kennedy Clan,especialy J.F.K's little brother R.F.K Robert F.Kennedy who was also appointed U.S.Attorney General; by his brother J.F.K. and was investigating Lyndon Johnson.

Lyndon Johnson who's nickname "lying Lyndon" got into political office through the same method J.F.K. did ,although J.F.K.'s father's connection's with the mafia was responsable for his winning the presidential election.Lyndon Johnson had his friends from texas help him into office through election fraud and corruption at the highest political levels in Texas.

The reasoning for Lyndon Johnson to want J.F.K.dead was so he could excape criminal prosecution for a number of murders he had commissioned while he was climbing the political ladder.Once J.F.K. was out of the way ,he would have nothing to fear from prosecution from J.F.K's brother Robert for his criminal activity.Then the fact that they didn't get along politically was another reason.At least that's what I hear.

Lee Harvey Oswald may well have fired the shot that killed J.F.K. ,but then there is evidence the Oswald was connected to the C.I.A.and that he was not alone when it happened

The C.I.A. was formed from an Army intelligence organization as some people know.So to call it a Central Inteligence Agency is a misnomer as the navy and airforce had their own intelligence.Just as the F.B.I. was seperate.

Do you think Oawald was alone when he short J.F.K.?

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      8 years ago

      I appreciate your effort on the JFK conspiracy and assassination, especially the important inclusion of the legal tide that was catching up with LBJ in 1963 for his alleged criminal activities in earlier times.

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      8 years ago from Port St. Lucie

      Here are some other thoughts on JFK's assassination

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      8 years ago from south and west of canada,north of ohio

      I wonder what happened to all that money Kennedy printed up?

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      8 years ago from Atlanta, GA

      Just the stirrings, someone, I would never go the full blown hubris ;)

    • someonewhoknows profile imageAUTHOR


      8 years ago from south and west of canada,north of ohio

      Unfortunately pride goeth before a fall.Why not just feel self confidence rather than pride.The definition of pride is an over aboundence of self confidence.We shouldn't be so self confident that we ignore our shortcommings either personal or political.

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      8 years ago from Atlanta, GA

      Thank you for reminding me of the "greatest day in infamy" (upstaging Pearl Harbor Day in my book). I was but a babe at the time but not too young to recognize the reality of terrorism on our own shores. Too bad it took years for many to recognize terrorism within our own government. It wasn't until this last election that I felt the stirrings of pride in country once again.


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