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50th JFK Assassination Anniversary Who killed Kennedy? Or, Who HAD Kennedy killed? THE UNSPEAKABLE
January Jones & Steve Krage
JFK 50th Year
JFK Assassination Expert, Author & Attorney
Author of The Man From 2063, is an expert on the assassination of President Kennedy. He became interested in the JFK assassination after seeing a bootleg copy of the famous Zapruder filmof President Kennedy's fatal motorcade in 1972. He has been researching the assassination ever since.
Retrospective audio and contemporary commentary on the killing of John F. Kennedy 22 Nov. 1963, Dallas, TX.
While most all that is thought provoking; including the recent PBS "Nova Cold Case" on JFK detailing latest forensic science, many "unknowables" still persist around who was Lee Harvey Oswald.
1st of a two part "Secular Sunday" series on JFK's assassination.
Unwelcome Guests #517 program summary:
This week's show is dedicated to James Douglass. His talk centers on the assassination of JFK, and it retells the Kennedy presidency with some of the backstage manipulations from down memory hole. He sets the scene by recounting Thomas Merton's prediction that, if Kennedy could turn towards the good, he would be assassinated by "the unspeakable". We look at Kennedy's close collaboration with his supposed adversary, Khrushchev to avert war, and explore a parallel with WW1. We listen to a section of Kennedy's most important speech, in which he finally stepped over the line by unilaterally announcing a US nuclear test ban treaty, and chronicle how he worked for world peace, until he we assassinated by the US security state. We conclude by looking at the implications for the 21st century, exploring a parallel with Martin Luther King and hear an afterword by Bill Hicks.
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JFK 50th Anniversary
The Enemy of The Truth
Oswald Did Not Kill Kennedy!
On the 50th anniversary of JFK’s assassination, Hutchinson Report host Earl Ofari Hutchinson discusses JFK’s civil rights legacy with Congresswoman Maxine Waters and how it had and continues to have a profound impact on Los Angeles, California and the nation. Congresswoman Waters and Hutchinson calls for a moment of silence in Los Angeles in memorial tribute to Kennedy’s civil rights accomplishments.
President John Kennedy's April 27, 1961 speech directed to the press. (5min19sec) Includes:
"We decided long ago that the dangers of excessive & unwarranted concealment of pertinent facts far outweigh the dangers which are cited to justify it."
"...there is little value in insuring the survival of our nation if our traditions do not survive with it."
"And there is very grave danger that an announced need for increased security will be seized upon by those anxious to expand its meaning to the very limits of official censorship & concealment. That I do not intend to permit to the extent that it is in my control."
"Government at all levels must meet its obligations to provide you with the fullest possible information, outside the narrowest limits of national security."
Dr. J.M. Peebles via Summer Bacon, Jan. 2015: "This is going to be a year of reviving the understanding of what freedom means...There's going to be a change in the organization called your United States Government...due to the people in the country here who are going to unite, stating very clearly, very loudly...to be free of the pressure, the encumbering pressure that has come by so much regulation..."
Join us this week as we "CELEBRATE OUR 4TH YEAR ANNIVERSARY". It seems like yesterday that we started this radio show the "INSIGHTFUL HOUR". We have had a blast on air over the last four years. So come and hang out and celebrate with us as we look back over the years we've been on air. We will have some of our very esteemed guest stop by and join us who we have had the pleasure of interviewing. So be sure to tell a friend and relative and stop by and join us this week. We go on live at 6pm est and our call in number is 619-393-2813
The Eyes on the Ring crew returns to the air on the Elite Podcast Network to talk about the entire world of professional wrestling in this special "State of Wrestling" edition of the show. On this episode, EOTR breaks down the entire industry including the WrestleMania card, the results of ROH's 13th Anniversary PPV, the status of TNA after the depature of Samoa Joe, Lucha Underground with the possible acquistion of Rey Mysterio and so much more talking mainstream & independent wrestling.
Join us this Sunday night at 8pm CST / 9pm EST for our 50th episode !!
To help celebrate we're bringing back our homeboy Bart Shatto !! A star of the silverscreen & Broadway, Bart will join us in the first hour to kick the bobo's and share some " crazy fan stories ".
Then at 9:30pm CST we'll crank things up a notch as we talk with Pat Miletich !! He's a legend in the world of MMA and a broadcaster for Showtime sports, AXSTV & ESPN. Of course we'll talk a bit about the fight world but, our chat with Pat will be less MMA and more politics and social issues. We'll also discuss the world of the Freemason. Don't miss it !!
On tonight's first consecutive episode since Ghandi and JFK did the Charleston on top of Abe Lincoln's cellular dinosaur railroad, the gang will be getting to all of your questions and comments.
Just kidding, nobody actually listens to this show.
But we WILL be touching upon the touchiest of subjects while we touch each other and try really, really hard to touch you.
In the naughty spot.
We will also be talking about Kanye West and his fiftieth incoherent meltdown, as well as letting Mick jibber-jabber about how the Superbowl only gave him a quarter-chub. We'll also loudly bloviate about the sad passing of Leonard Nimoy, and we'll speculate wildly about your mom's box after we play a raucous game of "Offend Everyone in 4 Words".
Join us, or be relegated to the same irrelevance as the people on this show!
Today's show highlights musicians who perform in Second Life, Concert Window & those on soundcloud. First up, you'll hear Musician Hannah Thomas, On Monday, I caught Red Heaven's concert at Lokki's. I've been anticipating the release of the new CD, Moth. On Tuesday, Seattle-based musician Tukso Okey did his weekly gig at Black Dahlia which was mesmerizing. Tukso is AVI Choice 2015 #1 rock performer in SL.
Finally, on February 27, Mic Wells (aka MrMulti Writer) and Meetu Writer performed at Gallery Rouge. Zap Mama continues its kickstarter campaign and has already exceeded its goal which means the 25th anniversary album will be a reality.
Today, I visited Tableau, a Second Life region after learning about it on The Drax Files. I met the sim creator, Nylon Pinkney, briefly while exploring various spots there. It's a fun, visually stimulating place to visit. The trip reminded me of my first days in SL where everything was new and was so fascinated by everything I discovered. It's been a while since I have that feeling of newness in SL.
Of course, I'll share what's on the bestseller book list and what I'm reading this week. If you enjoy the show, follow me on twitter and BTR. Happy Listening!
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