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Kennedy Assassination

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by Michael Walsh WHEN TWO years ago the Russian-Jewish oligarch, Boris Nemtsov, was assassinated in Moscow, the justly-scorned “Western” media described the notorious playboy as “Putin’s opposition.” Yet in electoral terms the playboy oligarch was less popular…
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Who invented the term “conspiracy theory”? Why are conspiracy theories disreputable? Are bizarre, incredible conspiracy theories purposely planted among patriots by Jews?
by Hadding Scott WHO MADE conspiracy theories disreputable? Hint: it was not the CIA. In recent years I have…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver GIVEN THE INTEREST that readers of Liberty Bell have expressed in my article in the July issue, pp. 1-12, I now reluctantly return to the hackneyed subject of the assassination of Jackanapes Kennedy in Dallas on 22 November 1963, to clarify two points that I mentioned obiter in July.…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver A VERY POPULAR motion picture entitled J.F.K. has recently redirected attention to the assassination of President Kennedy in Dallas on 22 November 1963. It also stirred up sleeping snakes in the Dismal Swamp on the banks of the Potomac. Certain facts have been established beyond…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

JFK assassination conspiracy theories and reality by Revilo P. Oliver THE ROMANS considered a kind of boiled cabbage, crambe, the most insipid and tasteless of all dishes, and crambe repetita became a metaphor for the constant repetition of statements or arguments so often heard that they bore you…
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Killer came from “strong Jewish background” WE WERE sharing a pastrami sandwich and pickles at the Los Angeles landmark Canter’s Deli. I was 24. She was nearly 50 years older, with a piercing voice as loud as her flaming red wig. (ILLUSTRATION: Jack Ruby; born Jacob Rubenstein) Her name…
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