Assassination of President Kennedy — Solved at Last!!
Posted by: Phil Jayhan
February 15th, 2007
Last updated Nov. 8, 1999
New Kennedy tapes reveal that Kennedy regretted giving the order to assassinate President Diem of South Vietnam!!
President Kennedy and his wife Jacqueline arrive in Dallas Love Field Airport on Nov. 22, 1963.
Mrs. Kennedy is presented with a bouquet of RED Roses!!
Mrs. Kennedy later said about the bouquet of red roses:
“Three times that day in Texas we were greeted with bouquets of the yellow roses of Texas. Only in Dallas they gave me red roses. I remember thinking: How funny – red roses for me.”
President Kennedy is hit by at least two bullets, one through the throat and another blows off the back of his head as his entourage casually watches the cold-blooded murder. This public execution also served as a warning to any future Presidents to co-operate . . . or face the same fate.
Mrs. Kennedy helps Secret Service agent Clint Hill climb into the car.
The mortally wounded President is rushed to Parkland Hospital.
President Kennedy entered the American Presidency at a momentous time in world history. According to the INFALLIBLE chronology of the Bible, the world entered its 6000 year in 1958, and Pope Pius XII died in that same year.
This turning point in world history also marked the beginning of the ecumenical movement and Rome’s last great desperate attempt to take over the world.
In Asia, the Vatican’s beachhead was a small country named Vietnam. A fanatical Catholic named Diem was installed as President and he was the centerpiece of their entire Asia strategy. Soon after taking power he began to implement his persecution of the Buddhist majority which comprised 85 percent of the country’s population.
President Diem initiated a reign of terror against the Buddhist majority. This led to passive and non-violent resistance and suicides by fire in the streets.
Suicide by fire before the Roman Catholic Cathedral of Saigon.
President Kennedy (not wanting to be a one term President) ordered Diem to let up on the persecutions . . . but he refused. World opinion forced Kennedy to choose between his church and his political career and his decision cost him his life.
Finally the order went forth for Diem’s removal and Buddhist Officers dragged him from the church and riddled him with bullets. This occurred on Nov. 2, 1963.
Assassination of President Diem and his brother Ngo, Nov. 2, 1963.
Meanwhile, back in the U.S., the Catholic Hierarchy was horrified. Diem was a favorite son, all their hopes of making Asia Catholic were pinned on him. To add insult to injury the order to get rid of him had gone forth from the first Catholic President of the U.S. President Kennedy had been elected President with the help of the Hierarchy and had the effrontery to put his own political career ahead of his duty to Mother Church. He had double-crossed them and now he would pay with his life.
The fateful decision was made – Kennedy must be sacrificed. Better for one man to die than that the Catholicization of Asia should perish. This was carried out 3 weeks later on Nov. 22, 1963.
Madam Nhu, sister in law to President Diem and wife of the head of the dreaded secret police clearly blamed Kennedy for her husband’s assassination. She wrote from Rome to Mrs. Kennedy:
“I do not know you, but you must understand now what a wife feels when told that her husband has been brutally done to death. What has come to you is only one effect of the frightful injustice of which my husband was an innocent victim . . .”
Lyndon Johnson is sworn in as President by Judge Sarah T. Hughes. Judge Hughes brought a small Bible for the swearing in ceremony, but it was substituted for a Roman Missal (Mass book) that was found on the plane. . . .This was a completely illegal act as the President of the Unites States must take the oath of office with his hand on the Bible before he is the lawful President. Mr. Lincoln kissed the Bible when he was sworn in!!
Dead men tell no tales. The lone assassin Lee Harvey Oswald is conveniently liquidated.
Mrs. Kennedy took charge of the funeral arrangements. She had a copy of a book on the funeral of President Lincoln brought to her and she ordered it to be followed exactly – even to the design of the catafalque in the White House. . . . Mrs. Lincoln almost died from grief on the death of her husband!!
Funeral of President Kennedy
Ignatius Loyola church on Park Avenue in New York City where Jackie Kennedy was baptized and received her “Jesuit training.”
Mrs. Kennedy prays for the soul of her dead husband at the graveside.
Rome teaches that one becomes a Christian by sprinkling with water, and most people eventually end up in Heaven after an indefinite stay in Purgatory. That is why murder is no big deal to her. . . . If this is how Rome treats her friends . . . it’s a lot safer being her enemy!!
Before the assassination of Kennedy, whenever the American people though about a great President who had died under very mysterious circumstances it was always President Lincoln. If President Kennedy had lived and been defeated in the next election he would have have been just another American President. Thus was Lincoln replaced in the hearts of the American people.The assassination changed all that. It made a martyr of Kennedy and opened the door to an influx of Roman Catholic politicians in the government. Many of the Bills like the “Immigration Reform Act” which would never be approved by Congress now sailed through.That this simple truthful explanation for the assassination has been kept a secret from the world for so long is testimony to the power of Roman censorship in the media.
President Kennedy’s Television Interview with Walter Cronkite on Vietnam September 2, 1963.
CBS Interview, September 2.
MR. CRONKITE. Mr. President, the only hot war we’ve got running at the moment is of course the one in Vietnam, and we have our difficulties here, quite obviously.
PRESIDENT KENNEDY. I don’t think that unless a greater effort is made by the Government to win popular support that the war can be won out there. In the final analysis, it is their war. They are the ones who have to win it or lose it. We can help them, we can give them equipment, we can send our men out there as advisers, but they have to win it—the people of Vietnam—against the Communists. We are prepared to continue to assist them, but I don’t think that the war can be won unless the people support the effort, and, in my opinion, in the last 2 months the Government has gotten out of touch with the people.
The repressions against the Buddhists, we felt, were very unwise. Now all we can do is to make it very clear that we don’t think this is the way to win. It is my hope that this will become increasingly obvious to the Government, that they will take steps to try to bring back popular support for this very essential struggle.
MR. CRONKITE. Do you think this Government has time to regain the support of the people?
PRESIDENT KENNEDY. I do. With changes in policy and perhaps with personnel, I think it can. If it doesn’t make those changes, I would think that the chances of winning it would not be very good.
MR. CRONKITE. Hasn’t every indication from Saigon been that President Diem has no intention of changing his pattern.
PRESIDENT KENNEDY. If he does not change it, of course, that is his decision. He has been there 10 years, and, as I say, he has carried this burden when he has been counted out on a number of occasions
Our best judgment is that he can’t be successful on this basis. We hope that he comes to see that; but in the final analysis it is the people and the Government itself who have to win or lose this struggle. All he can do is help, and we are making it very clear. But I don’t agree with those who say we should withdraw. That would be a great mistake. That would be a great mistake. I know people don’t like Americans to be engaged in this kind of an effort. Forty-seven Americans have been killed in combat with the enemy, but this is a very important struggle even though it is far away.
We took all this—made this effort to defend Europe. Now Europe is quite secure. We also have to participate—we may not like it—in the defense of Asia.
One word from the Archbishop of Hue to his brother President Diem would be all that was required to end the persecutions of the Buddhists and save Kennedy the awful decision that he was forced to make. . . . But it never came . . . why?
Vietnam is not the only war that the Vatican started to manipulate American internal policy. Ireland is another example. Both countries were divided North and South. The partition of both countries led to unmitigated horror and suffering with no benefits to either side.
Lest the Catholics get too friendly with the Protestants, that war keeps the pot boiling while the ecumenical movement proclaims love and friendship to the dear separated brethren. Again, one word from the Hierarchy is all that is needed to end the violence there.
In the final analysis, Vietnam and Ireland are small countries. Rome’s real goal is the U.S. – the big battalions – the country with limitless military and economic power to conquer her foes!!
Avro Manhattan, Vietnam . . . why did we go?, Chick Pub., Los Angeles, 1984.
Nerin E. Gun, Red Roses from Texas, Frederick Muller Ltd., London, 1964.
Red Roses from Texas is another very rare book on the assassination. Mr. Gun devoted only a short paragraph to the Diem and Kennedy killings, but he predicted that one day the truth about the interrelated murders would come out. He interviewed Madam Nhu in Los Angeles and he said that she clearly blamed Kennedy for the murder of her husband.