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Arlen Specter and the "Magic Bullet Theory"

As we approach the month in which we find another anniversary of the assasination of John F. Kennedy, and we have another Senator from Massachusetts with the initials JFK running for President, I thought we might pay attention to this topic again.

Central to the fiction the Warren Commission tried to perpetrate on the American public, was the "magic bullet theory" postulated and proposed by Senator Arlen Specter of Pennsylvania.

It is a bizarre notion, and worth revisiting.

http://www.dufourlaw.com/jfk/jfk_sbt_final1.pdf

http://ourworld.cs.com/mikegriffith1/id65.htm

http://www.fiftiesweb.com/kennedy/single-bullet-theory.htm
"The single bullet theory says that one bullet hit Kennedy in the back, exited his neck and then continued on to hit Connally in the back, wrist and leg. The bullet eventually falls out of Connally's leg and onto his stretcher at Parkland.

The found "magic bullet" is in near perfect condition. It is a one inch long, copper jacketed, lead core, 6.5 mm rifle bullet.

The single bullet theory proposes three shots:
1. Misses limousine completely
2. The magic bullet hitting Kennedy and Connally
3. The fatal head shot to President Kennedy

Further, the shots all came from the rear according to the Warren Commission. As you have guessed, the now famous grassy knoll was ahead of President Kennedy.

Both John and Nellie.Connolly were certain that the Governor was hit by a second shot. They will never waiver in this. They say they heard the first shot, reacted to it and then Governor Connally was shot. Inasmuch as bullets travel faster than sound, they reason that they are correct about the Governor being hit by a second bullet. advertisement




Nellie Connally talked to LIFE magazine in 1966. "As far as the the first two shots go," she says, " my memory is divided into four distinct events. First I heard the shot, or a strange loud noise - I'm not that expert on rifles - back behind us. Then next I turned to my right and saw the President gripping at his throat. Then I turned back toward John, and I heard the second shot that hit John...I must have been looking right at him when it hit because I saw him recoil to the right...so you see I had time to look at the President after he was already hit, then turn and see John hit by a second shot. Then of course, he slumped and I reached to pull him toward me."

No effort will be made here to interpret the data. The object is to acquaint the reader with the much discussed single bullet theory. However, pictures of the bullet and the assumed fragments exist and those are presented here for you to form your own opinion. In short, your guess is probably as good as mine."

Now, the "magic bullet" found, "magically" by accident in pristine condition, must be seen to understand how improbable all this is....





In my opinion, as a gun owner and half decent scientist, this bullet simply could not have done all the damage it did, goen through all the tissues it allegedly did, and come out in this shape.

 

" THE ORGANIZING PRINCIPLE OF ANY SOCIETY IS FOR WAR". "THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OVER IT'S PEOPLE RESIDES IN ITS WAR POWERS.

I was watching the Oliver Stone movie JFK again tonight and was struck by something the mysterious stranger says to him during the revelation of the behind the scenes events going on with regard to the assasination.

He tells Jim Garrison....
" THE ORGANIZING PRINCIPLE OF ANY SOCIETY IS FOR WAR". "THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OVER IT'S PEOPLE RESIDES IN ITS WAR POWERS. "

I was struck by this because this is exactly what constitutional activist in Austin, Dessie Andrews has been saying for some time.

She also said , if I interpreted her correctly, that this is why the government keeps declaring "war" on things like poverty, drugs, etc., to keep a constant state of war going on so that the war powers remain in effect.

Check this page out...
http://famguardian.org/Subjects/LawAndGovt/LegalEthics/ThirdContinentalCongress.htm
" government functions as a corporation. Inasmuch as every government is an artificial person, an abstraction, and a creature of the mind only, a government can interface only with other artificial persons. The imaginary—having neither actuality nor substance – is foreclosed from creating and attaining parity with the tangible. The legal manifestation of this is that no government, as well as any law, agency, aspect, court, etc., can concern itself with anything other than corporate artificial persons and the contracts between them.

A corporation, to remain in business, must abide by its corporate charter and can assume no more power than those granted it by its creators. The present corporation, the “government” of the United States, or United States of America, has long ago burst its corporate bonds and assumed control of its Grantors. This can no longer be tolerated and must end. The trustees of this sacred trust have run amok.

They have laid war and emergency powers over this land in order to create chaos and subject the People to military rule.

They have divested the People of their freeholds in order to steal their electoral rights in exchange for voting franchises. The Reconstruction Acts.

They have systematically and with great patience stolen the birthright of every American and state Citizen and replaced it with a yoke of duties and obligations to the created creature.

They have codified the Law and overlaid it with codes and statutes. The Revised Statutes of the United States in 1878.

They have not enacted law, as Constitutionally mandated, since 1879, but rather, have initiated “public policy”.

They have created a “government” outside the Charter and pretend to fill the offices which have remained vacant since 1871. In so doing, they ended the separation of powers guaranteed to the People, ending any responsibilities assumed under the mantle of the office of officer and became one body of employees. The Civil Service Act of 1883.

They have legislated away the Peoples’ Circuit courts. The Judiciary Act of 1911.

They have created a central bank in defiance of the Framer’s express wishes and orders. Federal Reserve Act of 1913

They have abolished the several States and State Citizens with the passage of the 17th Amendment in 1913.

They have given the substance of every state Citizen to a private corporation, the Federal Reserve, with the Glass-Steagal Act of 1933. "

The page goes on and on...but it is an interesting notion.

Is it just possible that this theory about the war powers thing is true?

 

MSNBC - Bush says he's best protection from draft

Thanks to LaChatte for the link!

MSNBC - Bush says he's best protection from draft
"Campaigning in an area heavily dependent on the military, Bush said, "We will not have an all-volunteer army" - George W. Bush, October 2004

 

Daily Herald

 

Air Force Times - News - This Week's Air Force Times

 

Philadelphia Independent Media Center: All Sections

Thanks to LaChatte for this story!Philadelphia Independent Media Center: All Sections
"ABUSE OF CORPORATE POWER Oct 16 2004
Whistleblower Journalists Speak Out Against Fox News

Investigative reporters Jane Akre and Steve Wilson spoke out against Fox News and corporate media consolidation on Thursday, Oct 14, 2004 at an event hosted by Media Tank. Akre and Wilson were both fired from a Fox News affiliate in Tampa when they refused to lie on behalf of the Monsanto Corp. about the health effects of bovine growth hormone in milk. Their resulting lawsuit, the first of its kind under the Whistleblowers Act, made public record the depth to which modern media conglomerates will go to bury the truth and suppress those determined to provide it. "

 

Capitol Hill Blue: Army Probes Unit That Refused Mission in Iraq

 

Capitol Hill Blue: Troops: Bush Screwed the Pooch in Iraq

Capitol Hill Blue: Troops: Bush Screwed the Pooch in Iraq
"A majority of U.S. troops serving in Iraq and their families said the Bush administration did not send enough forces to Iraq and relied too heavily on the National Guard and reserve troops, a poll showed on Saturday.
Almost two-thirds of those surveyed by the Annenberg Public Policy Center, or 65 percent, said they believed President Bush "had underestimated the number of troops needed in Iraq," the poll said.

But while 60 percent said part-time troops were overburdened and the number of regular troops should have been expanded, a larger majority, 74 percent, said they were opposed to reinstating the draft.

Annenberg researchers surveyed 186 troops who were serving on active duty in Iraq between February and October, including full-time, National Guard and reservist forces. If they were not available for polling, a family member was surveyed.

The results were part of a larger survey of 655 troops or their families.

Forty percent of National Guard members and reservists surveyed said they did not have enough training or supplies for their mission in Iraq, compared with 35 percent who said they were adequately prepared, the poll found.

Regular, full-time troops who served in Iraq said they were generally satisfied with their training and equipment, according to the survey.

"The military, without focusing on Bush himself, also has serious doubts about how the war has been managed," said Adam Clymer, political director of the National Annenberg Election Survey. "

 

More on Culture of Life

"Culture of Life is a page on Christianity.com.

Christianity.com is registered to "Renewal Enterprises, LLC" in Alexandria Virginia.

Hmmmmmmmm

http://www.starwire.com/partner/Article_Display_Page/0,,PTID28538%7CCHID130439%7CCIID1349520,00.html
" About Renewal Enterprises, LLC
Renewal Enterprises, LLC, based in Alexandria, Virginia, is a technology company that focuses on Christian non-profits, ministries and churches. Renewal Enterprises helps these organizations use the internet to communicate their message more effectively to people around the world. The company has several of quick to market managed solutions including - a Web Site Suite, Web Publishing Network, Media Delivery, Community Builders, Online Giving and the Starwire Network Community Platform. In addition to quick deployment products, Renewal Enterprises also offers strategic web strategy consulting and implementation.

For more information please contact:

Sebastian Traeger

703.548.8900

sebastian@christianity.com"

 

Where is this "Culture of Life" Phrase Bush is using come from? I found out!

What is this "Culture of Life" BULLSHYTE?
Bush keeps using this term, "culture of life". Do you know where this phrase is coming from?

Like a lot of the other bizarre terms he has tried to make part of the American rhetoric, such
as "faith based programs" and "homeland"...these are not standard American phrases.
So, I decided to look into this "culture of life" nonsense, and think it's important to see
where this crap is coming from.
Here you go.
http://www.christianity.com/cultureoflife
This "Culture of Life" crap is not just some benign concept, but a virulently
anti-choice website / foundation / enterprise. It is yet another way of trying to shove his particular fundamentalist mindset down our collective gullet, and to make it seem like this bizarre website's view of abortion, is THE American Way.
BULLSHYTE!

 

Question : IS HOMOSEXUALITY A CHOICE?

 

Bush's Jihad

Bush, in my opinion, is mentally ill. This is not one of my frequent diatribes, with wild rhetoric, but is instead, a measured and thougtful analysis of all the information available to me at this time.

Bush's mental illness is not that different from the mental illness which spread throughout Europe in the Middle Ages, and which was in place in those who conducted the Salem Witch Trials here in the United States, and also found in those involved in the Spanish Inquisitions.

Bush is conducting his own jihad , or holy war, based on his own brand of fundamentalist religious dogma.

We saw the seeds of this early on when he used the term "crusade". I suggest that Bush did NOT use the word crusade lightly, and meant it exactly in the terms that the Muslims interpreted it, and recanted only due to public outcry and due to it not being politcally correct at the time. Why do I said it was not used as a casual word for a combined effort?

Bush's undergraduate degree is in history. He is fully aware of what the Crusades were about, and indeed, as a fundamentalist, he also knows what the word "crusade" conjures up.

BUSH IS NOT A REAL CHRISTIAN
I believe that Bush is using the fundamentalist Christian image as a means of gathering support for his own political goals and his own agenda, which really has little to do with being a Christian, and everything to do with him as a small minded , petty, envious individual.

A Christian is someone, supposedly, who tries to live his life like that of Christ and who incorporates Christ's teachings into their own lifestyle.

We know that Bush has been a substance abuser, both alcohol, and , it has been widely alleged, cocaine. We also know that Bush uses very coarse profanity in his little fits of rage, and that he has not stopped this.

http://www.dissidentvoice.org/Articles5/Hamilton_Bush-7Sins.htm

(please read this article...below is one example)

"Problem: In 1987, one year after he had given up drinking he ran into Al Hunt, a Wall Street Journal editor who was minding his own business sitting at a restaurant with his wife and 4-year-old daughter.

Bush lit into him, saying, among other things, "You no-good fucking son of a bitch, I will never fucking forget what you wrote." (8) (Hunt had predicted that the 1988 Republican ticket would be Jack Kemp and Richard Lugar, instead of George Bush Sr and Dan Quayle.) What's interesting is that the Wall St Journal editor later commented that Bush was well "lubricated." (9) "


And, we know that he apparently again used very coarse language of a similar nature
far more recently when a question was asked about his relationship with Ken Lay of Enron...

http://www.betterworld.com/getreallist/article.php?story=20040804174956161

"Tubb prescribed the anti-depressants after a clearly-upset Bush stormed off stage on July 8, refusing to answer reporters' questions about his relationship with indicted Enron executive Kenneth J. Lay.

“Keep those motherfuckers away from me,” he screamed at an aide backstage. “If you can’t, I’ll find someone who can.”


But, far more disturbing that his habit of attacking people with gutter profanity (not very Christ-like in and of itself), are reports of his association not only with Skull and Bones (this of course is acknowledged by Bush, i.e. that he is a lifelong member), but his membership and participation in the Bohemian Grove Club.

There is an article indicating that the Bohemian Grove club is an offshoot of Skull and Bones at http://www.prisonplanet.com/031404exclusivephotos.html

Picture of an actual ritual performed in front of giant stone owl statute at Bohemian Grove Club in California.

From the above link:
"A visitor to infowars.com sent us a very rare copy of the Annals of the Bohemian Club (vol 7), 1987-1996. It is the Bohemian Club Quasquicentennial, celebrating the 125th anniversary of the founding. It is an internal Club publication, and only around 200 were issued to elite members. The photos you will see below document the elite membership from George w. Bush and his Father, George H. W. Bush, Richard Nixon, Jimmy Carter, Helmut Schmidt and other Illuminaries. You will also see new, exclusive images from the occult Cremation of Care ceremony."

If you visit that page, you will see photos of George W. Bush and George H. W. Bush at "lakeside talks" at the BGC.


From British author/researcher David Icke's site:
http://www.davidicke.net/tellthetruth/research/bohemiantidbits.html
"
Research Material
Bohemian Grove & Club Tidbits

Muir Woods is a deep valley on the south side of Mt. Tamalpais, a federal enclave largely surrounded by the state park; it is notable for containing one of the most beautiful stands of redwood in the southern part of the range still occupied by the coast redwood, sequoia sempervirens. The area passed through several sets of hands before William Kent finally deeded it to the federal government (Kent was also responsible for much of the other land in this area being publicly owned; he and the U.S. Army between them probably saved West Marin from becoming a dormitory city, aka suburbia).

At one point the Bohemian Club intended to turn part of this beautiful valley into their private clubhouse, a historical footnote still commemorated in the name of Muir Woods' Bohemian Grove of redwoods (the Bohemians eventually moved north to the Russian River country where they still meet under tight security every summer and decide the fate of the world, or perhaps the universe). I like the place -- there are several nice hikes out of the valley and up to the Pan Toll area, included the Dipsea Trail, along which the famous annual run from Mill Valley to Stinson Beach takes place -- but am usually unwilling to battle the hordes of automobiles, vans and buses that clog the parking lot every weekend; Muir Woods is one of the most popular sights for visitors from out of state and out of country.

excerpt from an article entitled "Muir Woods" by Don Harlow
http://www.best.com/~donh/Outdoors/hike.960203.html

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...as president of the United States, as senior statesman and library-builder--Herbert Hoover would surround himself with Stanford classmates, Stanford graduates of other years, and Stanford faculty, whose names (Vernon Kellogg, Will Irwin, Charles K. Field, Rose Wilder Lane, and, above all, David Starr Jordan, founding president and continuing avatar of the Stanford spirit) continued through the 1920s to appear so conspicuously in Sunset. Many, quite naturally, being outdoors men, were early members and supporters of the Sierra Club. Many of the men, such as Herbert Hoover, were lifelong members of the Bohemian Club of San Francisco and spent part of each July in the Bohemian Grove on the Russian River in Sonoma County. Charles K. Field wrote much of the book and lyrics for the annual Cremation of Care ceremony in the Grove, where an amphitheater was later named in his honor.

excerpt from an article entitled
"Sunset Magazine and the Phenomenon of the Far West"
by Dr. Kevin Starr
State Librarian of California
http://sunset-magazine.stanford.edu/html/body_influences_1.html--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Production was up after the post-World War depression, and so were corporate profits and personal income. Calvin Coolidge himself had put his presidential seal upon the economy. "The business of America," he declared, "is business."

That message was not lost on Coolidge's secretary of commerce, Herbert Hoover. Hoover, a civilian hero for his work in putting war-torn Europe back on its feet, maintained strong ties to Stanford. He had graduated from the University in 1895 and was now a trustee. For years, Hoover had entertained the idea of establishing a graduate business school on the West Coast to stem the tide of young men going east for their education and then staying. By 1924, the time was ripe. Hoover found venture capital for his school in that bastion of old-boy camaraderie and influence, San Francisco's Bohemian Club. He proposed the idea to his fellow Bohemians at his encampment, "Camp Cave Man," beneath the redwoods of the club's summer getaway at the Bohemian Grove, a few hours' north of the City.

Their response was enthusiastic, and a small group volunteered as fundraisers. Thanks to them, more than 50 businesses and individuals pledged $250,000 in seed money, payable over the following five years, to the new school. In the fall of 1925, the Graduate School of Business opened its doors in Jordan Hall, a building in the Stanford Quad. It had 16 students, who paid $375 for the year's tuition, three faculty members, and a dean who was something of an expert at founding business schools. Willard E. Hotchkiss already had started two undergraduate business programs, one at the University of Minnesota and another at Northwestern.

excerpt from an article entitled

"The Stanford Business School at 75 Years" By JANET ZICH
"

More on the worship of Molech, a Babylonian God, Bohemian Grove rituals, etc at these links:
http://www.propagandamatrix.com/archivebohemiangrove.html

http://www.apfn.net/messageboard/05-01-04/discussion.cgi.59.html

http://www.apfn.org/apfn/grove.asp

http://www.mt.net/~watcher/bohemiangrove.html

http://www.infowars.com/exclusive_new_bg.htm

Now, given the Bible admonishes people that "thou shalt have no gods before me", this worship of a "pagan diety", and practicing rituals to invoke such an entity, to me, is not Christian.

BUSH'S CHRISITIANITY IS JUST FOR SHOW
I assert then that his public statements, visits to church, etc., are merely done to maintain this image of him as a Christian, because he realizes that it can gain him tremendous clout with those who are the "true believers", and there is even a better reason than the numbers and the money, and the influence of the radical right.

Because of his irrationality, his bizarre conduct, etc., he NEEDS the support of people who accept things on faith, and will keep believing in something even though they are presented with mountains of evidence to the contrary.

I noted several blog entries ago, that one does not argue religion or politics, because BOTH are faith based. People adopt their political ideas and religious ideas on faith, often, in direct opposition to what their mind and eyes, and objective facts tell them.

DANGER WILL ROBINSON, DANGER
Bush talks about his "gut", his "instincts" , as his reason for believing things and doing things. He used the same evangelical rhetoric as a bible thumping revivalist, you're either with us, or against us, which seems uncomfortably close to the rhetoric that evangelists use which is "you're either with God, or with the Devil".

For Bush and his acolytes, teh world is black and white...no shades of gray. Where the world is 256 shades of grey, Bush is 8 bit black and white.

For Bush and his cadre, Muslims are the enemy despite his attempts to be politically correct. Gays are the enemy, despite the existence of the Log Cabin republicans.
Democrats are the enemy, despite Zell Miller. In fact, in his closed way of looking at things, anyone who disagrees with his views at all, immediately becomes the enemy.

This is not a mature, nor mentally healthy way of looking at the world.

Bush wants everyone to bend to HIS will. But, since personally, he appears to be a coward, he must enlist strong personalities like The Real Slim Cheney and others, to ramrod it home.

Mental illness in a leader, with his finger close to the trigger that can unlease nuclear war, is dangerous.

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