How did the Harvard Cabal decide to kill John Kennedy?
This is a companion piece to the article I wrote about the Harvard Cabal.
If we are going to accept that there is a Harvard Cabal that rules things, then we should develop a methodology in which the Harvard Cabal can make decisions like this.
First, don’t be distracted by the fact that John Kennedy attended Harvard. That means nothing.
When it comes to making money for the Cabal the Cabal couldn’t care less whether you went to Harvard or not.
The most important thing to them is that you go along with the program. If you don’t, they’re going to get rid of you.
So how was it done? How did they kill JFK?
Who made the final decision?
To answer that question, we have to review slightly how the Harvard Cabal operates.
Please read the prior piece on the Harvard Cabal as I don’t want to go through the whole nuts and bolts again.
As we have stated before, the Harvard Cabal is a broad array of principally, but not exclusively, Ivy League individuals who dominate our major corporations, associations, foundations, government, media, sports leagues, and entertainment industry nationally and abroad.
We are talking about tens of thousands if not hundreds of thousand of people. That’s a lot of people, but it’s a lot fewer than billions.
Because of its breadth, the Harvard Cabal talks to everybody.
The chief enforcement arm of the Harvard Cabal is the CIA which the Harvard Cabal controls.
The CIA talks to everyone as well. That’s the CIA’s job. Theoretically it’s not the CIA‘s job to put the interest of the Harvard Cabal above that of the American people, but they do it anyway.
Ha ha, America, they guffaw; the joke’s on you.
In the course of talking to everybody between 1961 and 1963, a growing consensus of opinion develops.
The consensus of opinion is that John Kennedy is bad for the business of America and the world.
Although he is an idealistic President, he is perhaps too idealistic.
There are many people who flat out don’t like his ideas, especially when it comes to world peace.
This is normal for a President, but in John F. Kennedy‘s case, the dislike is extreme and broad based.
The people in the petroleum industry are upset with him because he threatens to remove their oil depletion tax break. So did every other President before and since, but for some reason it’s a particular obsession with them when it comes to John Kennedy.
The importers from Central America and the Caribbean rim are upset with him because he wants to fashion a new alliance with Latin America, one that does not subjugate the people there. Additionally they see what happened in Cuba and they are fearful that the same communist wave will overtake the rest of Central America and threaten their banana and sugar cane plantations.
The military is upset with him because they feel he chickened out on Cuba. They fear that he will chicken out in other parts of the world, places like Vietnam.
World peace is threatening to the generals because peace threatens the need to fight wars, and that means less need for gadgets and equipment to fight wars.*
The mob is upset with JFK because they want their casinos back in Cuba. They also don’t want to be prosecuted ruthlessly by his brother.
Big corporate interests who have their eyes on Indonesia are upset with him because they desperately want those huge gold and copper deposits that are sitting secretly in Papua, New Guinea.
Religious leaders don’t like him because he fools around and has a lot of girlfriends. They conveniently ignore the wildings of Allen Dulles, LBJ and other politicians who by comparison make JFK look like Pope John.
The only people who seem to like JFK are regular people. Unfortunately, regular people don’t have a lot of money, and they don’t get to make the important decisions in the United States of America. They think they do because they naïvely believe that America is a democratic republic.
They’re about to find out differently.
The people in the Cabal and who control the halls of power are talking to each other, and they have concluded that JFK‘s vision for the world interferes with the profits of the rich.
The CIA has independently concluded the same.
What are they going to do about it?
The Harvard Cabal is not going to explicitly tell the CIA what to do.
The CIA already knows what to do. That’s what their job has become in 1950s America: toppling governments.
In the course of conversing with their enforcement arm, the Harvard Cabal only needs to communicate to the CIA that something must be done. They will leave it to the wisdom and judgment of men like Allen Dulles to do the rest.
And that is what transpired.
Allen Dulles in his private conversations with his lieutenants and confidants comes to the conclusion that regime change may be necessary.
And so in early 1961, after the Bay of Pigs, or possibly before, he puts the ball in motion.
Dulles in order to give himself a shield of deniability, appoints an operative within the CIA to appoint an “unknown to Dulles” assassination architect to ready plans for possible regime change if things don’t go the way they should go.
This is a contingency plan in its early stages.
As we now know, world events transpired which transformed the contingency plan into a real plan.
In the time period between the Bay of Pigs and 11/22/63, the assassination architect brings people into the fold and puts them in place – just in case. Who knows what will happen? Maybe JFK will wake up and decide to play ball.
But he doesn’t, and so the plan evolves.
This plan is not going to be written down nor discussed around a table. These men may be immoral men but they are not stupid men.
Now, of course Allen Dulles was not the official leader of the CIA when John Kennedy was shot, but he was certainly in power when the plan was put in motion.
Plans take time.
Because of his stature and respect within the CIA community Dulles was still the de facto leader of the CIA.
And this is how the Harvard Cabal got things done – and gets things done today.
Nobody gets caught, and nobody gets implicated, because nobody sat around a table and said anything to anybody about killing anybody.
All of the dirty work is done in the mind of the assassination architect.
Members of the Harvard Cabal who ultimately put the ball in motion through their innocent daily discourse are careful never to use words like kill, assassinate or any other similar words that might be construed in a negative way.
They use words like manage.
The JFK situation needs to be managed.
And so it was.
Here, let’s look at it this way. I want you to look at the individual members of the Harvard Cabal as the cells in your brain.
How are decisions made in your brain?
The individual cells of your brain collect information from all of your senses – sight, sound, touch, smell, taste, proprioception.
This information is spread around your brain. That’s what all those fibers of the white matter are doing. They aren’t there just to give you something to study in anatomy class. And they’re not filler material like packing peanuts.
Higher centers of cells in your brain take this information and produce thoughts. These thoughts are balanced against prior thoughts which we call experiences.
This information is then ultimately sent over to the executive or enforcement arm of your brain which is responsible for getting things done.
They are the do-ers, the action people.
Somewhere in that enforcement arm of the brain, in that group of cells, one cell fires off and magically, the ball is put in motion.
Things get done. The enforcement arm of your brain sends commands down to the muscles of your body.
That’s how you get through the day, every day of the week.
This is how the Harvard Cabal works.
You can’t point to any one particular cell and assign blame even though one cell somewhere, is responsible.
That cell is hidden deep within the bowels of your brain.
There are billions of cells there and you will never find it.
* Why, horror of horrors, somebody might get the idea of doing away with the “Six-Hundred Ship Navy.” If ever the need arises to get people to turn off their brain and vote for war, just say Russia and then evoke the term: “Six-Hundred Ship Navy.” You’ll have them eating out of your hand. And they won’t even know why.
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