Wednesday, November 28, 2007

How Joseph Kennedy learned about Banker-created Wars

When FDR appointed Joseph Kennedy to the post of Ambassador to Britain, Kennedy became very friendly with the British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain. Chamberlain brought Kennedy up to speed on the agenda of The City's International Bankers. According to the diary of James Forrestal this education occurred on the golf course. Kennedy and Chamberlain attempted to thwart the bankers' impending war by trying to appease Hitler. Kennedy felt it his duty to thwart the European bankers' plan to embroil the U.S. in their phony yet bloody World War. The bankers obviously resented the efforts of Chamberlain & Kennedy, two "flies in the ointment" were handled with well-known banker's aplomb. Chamberlain died of "cancer" six months after he resigned from office. (Secret services have come a long way from simple arsenic poisoning). Remember, loose canons Martha Mitchell and Leah Rabin. Leah Rabin mentioned in her article that her husband was in Dallas on 11/22/63.She died of "cancer" soon after her book was published.Probably a coincidence.

After the Chamberlain-Kennedy debacle the male Kennedys with political potential were targeted by the banker's revenge. The banker's arranged the assassination of three of Joseph Kennedy's sons. Joe Jr.'s death was made to look like an accident. It wasn't.,_Jr.

JFK was also supposed to die in the Pacific. Understand that the banker's finance the "good guys" and the "bad guys". This understood it is quite conceivable that JFK could have been set up by the "good guys" to be in the wrong place at the wrongtime so the "bad guys" operating under their banker instructions can complete the job. The ramming of Kennedy's PT-109 is a prime example. Was it really an accident in the Pacific or a banker hit against another son of Joe Kennedy?

Joseph Kennedy was neutralized with a series of strokes just months after JFK inauguration. He was rendered paralyzed and mute. He was purposely not killed. His enemies wanted him to witness in silence the murder of his sons. Who knows if he was aware that he and his family were victims of the bankers' masonic retaliation.

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