Reflections on The ‘Who Killed JFK’ Article

I wrote an article here in 2014 about the documentary – The Kennedy Assassination – Beyond Conspiracy. I wrote excerpts from the documentary in an attempt to expose the hypocrisy and misleading farse that which is the famous JFK movie directed by Oliver Stone.

I’m not insinuating there wasn’t some form of cover up, but what I am purporting is that JFK the movie has done more harm in hindering people from understanding what really happened than the suppression of information has by the US Government

Just this morning as I was doing some tidying up of my post, I came across this comment from Lance (who was once a keen blogger himself) in response to my article. Lets just say his comment induced a big belly laugh which I suspect it would have done the first time I read it:

LAMarcom comment

You can read the whole article here which includes the documentary – The Kennedy Assassination – Beyond Conspiracy.
Who killed JFK

“The more I live, the more I learn. The more I learn, the more I realize, the less I know.”- Michel Legrand

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3 comments on “Reflections on The ‘Who Killed JFK’ Article
  1. badfinger20 says:

    Great post… I’ve never been a conspiracy guy. Moon Landing and Bobby Kennedy are two others that I hear it about. I’m not saying there wasn’t something but it’s not hard after the fact to find things that look suspicious…just something looks a little off and it starts to snowball.

  2. hanspostcard says:

    The Stone movie I think of as cartoonish- they throw as many conspiracy theories as possible into that movie. I know people who hadn’t read a book or watched a serious documentary etc on the assassination but have seen this movie- and think of it as the way it went down. The movie did a big disservice to history. … I like that- LBJ was involved because of how Lady Bird looked in the photo.

    • Great comment! Haha, cartoonish. Good description. I for one will never revisit that movie knowing how it perpetuated so many lies. I was a sucker… I took the movie as a given for so many years and failed to seek out the truth. Stone’s adoration for anarchist-conspiracy propaganda did its trick on me. Yes it’s disservice to history is what really pisses me off and how most people still view the movie as historically accurate.
      Lance’s comments about the conversation with his sister are priceless. I’m glad you enjoyed it.

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