In a television interview, A Current Affair, the mistress of Lyndon  Johnson, Madeleine Brown, described the meeting of 21st November, 1963, when she was at the home of Clint Murchison. Others at the meeting included Harold L. Hunt, J. Edgar Hoover, Clyde Tolson, John J. McCloy and Richard Nixon. At the end of the evening Lyndon B. Johnson arrived...

"Tension filled the room upon his arrival. The group immediately went behind closed doors. A short time later Lyndon, anxious and red-faced, reappeared... Squeezing my hand so hard, it felt crushed from the pressure, he spoke with a grating whisper, a quiet growl, into my ear, not a love message, but one I'll always remember: "After tomorrow those goddamn Kennedys will never embarrass me again - that's no threat - that's a promise.".

It's important to note that John J. McCloy was a member of the now discredited Warren Commission which "investigated" the assassination, appointed by none other than Johnson. Nixon himself was in Dallas on the day of the assassination.

Dallas Morning News, November 22, 1963. The day of President Kennedy's assassination

The lead prosecutor in this so called investigation is Sen Arlen Specter. Today, he is Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, insuring that while he is alive, the miscarriage of justice perpetrated on an American president will never be addressed.


The Zapruder Film

Note how the Dallas police escort pulls back moments before shots are fired; exhibiting a remarkable premonition. Either that, or plain foreknowledge. Read more on the Klan in the Dallas Police Dept and the Klan threats to Kennedy's life day's prior, outlining the Nov. 22nd plot in Dallas.

[IMAGE]The Motorcades

Two Masonic Anti-Catholic Societies, Two "Catholic Kings", Two Doomed Motorcades

Austrian Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife Sophie, whose murders on June 28, 1914, sparked World War I. Their murderer, Gavrillio Princep, was a Serb freemason and nationalist in the Black Hand. And in a scene replayed in Dallas on November 22, 1963, with eery detail; the world witnessed another masonic assassination in the ill-fated motorcade of JFK. Only by the grace of God did Jackie Kennedy, a critical witness, survive the gunfire which instead struck Connally. It was Serb freemasons in the Black Hand, the precursor of the Mafia, who launched World War I in 1914 when they convinced Gavrillo Princip to assassinate the Austrian Archduke Franz Ferdinand in his doomed Sarajevo motorcade. Archduke Ferdinand's crime? From the mason's perspective, he was a Roman Catholic and heir to the powerful Austrian throne.

During the trial of Archduke Ferdinand's killer, Gavrillo Princep testified that his colleague, Ciganovich, "told me he was a freemason" and "on another occasion told me that the Heir Apparent had been condemned to death by a freemason's lodge."  Moreover, another of the accused assassins, Chabrinovitch, testified that Major Tankositch, one of the plotters, was a freemason.*

It is an undisputable fact that both World Wars, and an attempt at a third world war in 1963, were directly caused by subversive freemasonic parties that went out of control: in WWI, that party was the Black Hand, a Masonic order of anti-Catholic Serb nationalists fiercely opposed to Austrian Archduke Franz Ferdinand.  Archduke Ferdinand,  whose assassination in a Sarajevo motorcade started World War I, was Catholic. Similarly, Catholic President John F. Kennedy's assassination in a Dallas motorcade was intended to seat Scottish Rite mason Lyndon Baines Johnson, and thereby launch World War III in keeping with Albert Pike and Guiseppe Mazzini's plan for Three World Wars ; the climax of a New World Order. Once Fidel Castro and the Communists, through a false association with Lee Harvey Oswald, had been established and believed, SR leaders expected a nation to demand war with the Soviet Union over the blood of the popular president.

[IMAGE]"Johnson will not be on the ticket..."

On the night of November 21, 1963, in Room 850 of the Hotel Texas, Fort Worth; President Kennedy and Lyndon Johnson were engaged in an unusual, heated debate over the seating arrangement for the motorcade the next day. It was an argument so fierce the First Lady heard it from outside the presidential suite. Johnson insisted that his good friend Texas Gov. John Connally, pictured above as he waves to the crowd, ride with him in the rear vehicle rather than in the President's lead car. When Kennedy refused, Johnson stormed out of the room, prompting Kennedy to give his last dictated words to his secretary Evelyn Lincoln: "Johnson will not be on the ticket." Sure enough, Connally was shot in the wrist and rib the next day. Connally was in charge of setting up the coup in Texas, particularly in Dallas.

WW III. Almost.

Though Lyndon Johnson was the lynchpin that made the the Kennedy assassination possible, he had his own reasons for agreeing to the segregationist Masonic coup- self-preservation. Kennedy planned to drop him from the ticket in '64 and leave him open to prosecution for mafia ties and a federal murder charge in Texas (Henry Marshall). The coup was a plan based on an earlier CIA plot to kill Castro in a motorcade but switched to target JFK, and built around Johnson as enmity grew between Johnson and the Kennedys. Tellingly, Johnson's Secret Service code name on the day of the assassination was "Volunteer".

The KGB Conclusion: It Was Johnson
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Mission Viejo, CA: The Los Angeles Times (Aug. 22, 1997, pg. A3) reported that the South Orange Community College District canceled a seminar featuring speakers who, like the House Select Committee on Assassinations had officially decided in 1978, believe that a conspiracy was behind the assassination of John F. Kennedy. Who was responsible for the cancellation? The Anti-Defamation League, a right-wing "civil rights" front for the Scottish Rite that ironically, was a strong supporter of South African apartheid. Even though the House Select Committee on Assassinations, since 1978, came to the same conclusion when they decided that Oswald could not and did not act alone; the ADL is now suddenly reviving the long debunked, lone nut drivel of the Warren Commission-- which was itself a commission headed by a former Klan leader-- Supreme Court Justice Earl Warren.

Once in office, Johnson was continually pressured by segregationist Masonic generals and leaders to blame Fidel Castro and the Soviet Union for the murder. This wasn't really an option though, because the KGB had proof Johnson was responsible. So Johnson gave the SR war hawks Vietnam. The SR knew that containing communism in Southeast Asia would have no effect on the Civil Rights movement in the US, but winning in Vietnam would bring control of the very lucrative heroin trade there under Anglo-American Masonic control. As a bonus, win or lose, war in Vietnam would enrich what Eisenhower coined the "military industrial complex", which then, like now, feeds on massive war contracts; and had proved quite proficient in seating Congressmen and Senators unusually hungry for war. Moreover, there was little risk of nuclear reprisal unless we attacked the USSR and China which were openly funding and supplying the Vietcong (Johnson and Nixon knew better than to even think about that, and together sacrificed 58,000 Americans lives in a war both knew we'd never win). Vietnam was, in effect, the Scottish Rite's latest Opium War, but this time they lost. And so did the nation.

By the 70s, however, the CIA's Vietnam drug trafficking operations simply moved to South America, and coke hit the streets with a vengeance.

JFK and Catholicism

When asked, "What did your father think of JFK," Richard did not respond the first time. When asked a second time, he responded: "Well, we're Methodists..and JFK was Catholic..."

Vince Palmara, in interview with William Greer's son. (Comment on William Greer, Kennedy's infamous driver.)

59 Silenced Witnesses

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Agent Greer. (Click image to enlarge.)

"You should get yourself a good driver so that nothing ever happens to you..."

Jackie Kennedy, as quoted in My Life With Jacqueline Kennedy, by Mary Barelli Gallagher, p. 351 (1969)

Greer's Cue

"…After the shooting, from the time the first shot rang out, the car stopped completely, pulled to the left and  stopped…Now I have heard several of them say that, Mr. Truly was standing out there, he said it stopped. Several officers said it stopped completely.

Cued by Louis Witt? the "umbrella man" pictured herein testifying before the House Select Committee on Assassinations,  Greer slowed the limo to anywhere from 3 to 10 m.p.h. on Elm Street, before stopping at the Grassy Knoll the moment the first shot was fired.  Ordinarily, Secret Service regulations provide that the Presidential limousine is to proceed at a good speed and not take unnecessary or hazardous routes which would slow it down. The procedural manual requires the car to move at 44 miles an hour. The limo slowed in precise conjunction with Witt opening an umbrella.  Lyndon Johnson, who was in charge of security that day, instructed the Secret Service to disregard these regulations under the pretense of securing good PR  by making Kennedy more accessible to well-wishers.

When asked, "What did your father think of JFK," Richard did not respond the first time. When asked a second time, he responded: "Well, we're Methodists...and JFK was Catholic..."

Vince Palmara, in interview with William Greer's son (Comment on William Greer, Kennedy's infamous limo driver.)

Agent Greer Slows Down for the Ambush

"Incredibly, Greer, sensing that something was wrong in the back of the car, slowed the vehicle to almost a standstill....What he [Greer] has done is inadvertently given Oswald the easiest of the three shots. (sic)"  "Case Closed" by Gerald Posner (1993), p. 234

Gerald Posner, with Warren Commission supporter Dan Rather, on CBS' "Who Killed JFK: The Final Chapter?", 11/19/93 (Posner is a network media darling with an uncanny access to guaranteed airtime when it pertains to the defense of the Warren Commission, which was officially rebuked by Congress in 1978.  Aside from Sen. Arlen Specter. and Gerald Ford, he is the most well-known proponent of the officially discredited "Magic Bullet Theory.")

"My father certainly didn't blame himself; it's not one of those things - if only I was driving one mile per hour faster.... My father had absolutely no survivor's was pretty common knowledge that a person riding in an open car was subject to a bullet at any time..." 

From a 9/17/91 Vince Palmara interview with limo driver William Greer's son Richard

CLICK HERE for a list of 59 Witnesses to Greer's stopping the Kennedy's limo at the exact moment of the ambush

"Have you ever thought why the police are so cultivated by Freemasonry? I have met scores of policemen throughout my Masonic career, but I haven't met a single fireman or postman. There must be some firemen and postmen in Freemasonry but nowhere near as many policemen, lawyers, local government officials and businessmen. By drawing these kind of people into this network, the landed aristocracy and big business filter their values down through the social structure."

A Feudal Pyramid...

Excerpt: Answering Chomsky's Challenges, by Richard Alcorn

Freemasonry is a secret society with millions of American members. A British investigative work, Inside the Brotherhood by Martin Short (copyright © 1989), quotes a member of the fraternity to help explain the purpose of the organization:

Freemasonry is a mechanism of social control. It's a feudal pyramid, whereby people of influence in British society can mix with the ordinary bloke and lend a little lustre to his dreary life. But only certain kinds of bloke. Have you ever thought why the police are so cultivated by Freemasonry? I have met scores of policemen throughout my Masonic career, but I haven't met a single fireman or postman. There must be some firemen and postmen in Freemasonry but nowhere near as many policemen, lawyers, local government officials and businessmen. By drawing these kind of people into this network, the landed aristocracy and big business filter their values down through the social structure. 

One of the first things you are taught in Freemasonry is to obey rank. There is a line in the ritual that tells how the workmen building Solomon's Temple were split into small lodges in a way 'best calculated to ensure promotion to merit, preserve due subordination and prevent confusion in the work'. Well, you can forget about merit. Freemasonry is all about due subordination. (pg 136) 

On Masonic business dealings:

This petty corruption becomes second nature to Masons, so that in the end they cannot see how corrupt it is. I know one Mason who used to work as manager of a local water board. As soon as he retired he formed a company with other Masons to tender for pipeline work from the water authority. You can be sure he won a lot of contracts not just because he knew about water but because he was 'on the square'. Freemasonry is insider trading by another name. 

I was particularly disturbed by the attitudes of top Masons. I got to know several who are high court judges. In private they talk as if ordinary people are an expendable nuisance. I've also become very friendly with Harley Street surgeons. One told me how he'd invested his exorbitant fees in all sorts of doubtful, money-making rackets. He would brag about them over dinner after the lodge. These people say appalling things about the working man. Once my provincial grand master made a ferociously anti-Labour remark in Open Lodge. I was a local Conservative official at the time but even I was shocked by his sentiments. (pg 135)....