Wednesday, June 29, 2011

JFK 1991 - Jim Garrison's Closing Argument

Nothing has changed.

The JFK assassination, like other exposed Government conspiracies, has two aspects to it that should (but doesn't) wake up even the most hardcore cool-aid drinkers. The first is the highly improbable and/or physical impossibility of the official story while the second is the undeniable evidence of obfuscation and cover-up that is often spun as being indicative of, or representative of actions that intend to hide, "incompetence".

Thankfully Galileo's example has taught some of us the value of thinking for ourselves rather than accepting the word of the authorities, who tend to defend the lie (protecting the accepted "wisdom") about all manner of things.

From 911 to Fukushima, accepting the official position only lands us all in deep trouble.