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Thread: Who benefited the most from the deaths of JFK & RFK?

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    Default Who benefited the most from the deaths of JFK & RFK?

    Well let's see. 1st is Lyndon Johnson. He & JFK didn't like one another. JFK included him on the ticket to win Texas but by his 2nd term he wasn't going to need Johnson for that & he was going to bounce him. Johnson didn't like that & neither did Hoover. So JFK is killed, Johnson gets to be president & the Vietnam war esculates (JFK was going to get outa there), so everyone won as far as Hoover, Johnson & the military industrial complex was concerned. Now, as far as RFK goes, Nixon benefited the most. For after 8 years of JFK it's pretty certain that RFK would have been elected & can you imagine what Hoover was saying, " 8 years of 1 catholic is bad enough but another 8 after that, what next , a Jew, & then what , a woman or a black, oh no, this has to end now."

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    I would think you would need to adjust things a little - Johnson was the one "for" civil rights so the case that Hoover wanted to replace Kennedy with him doesnt make sense
    Now if you take a little stroll around the inet and try to find pictures of the steps of the Book Depository in Dallas the day JFK was shot - you might find that an interesting person is standing right in front of the building - Bush Sr - for some unknown reason was there?

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    The stuff bout Bush Sr doesn't surprise me. But they have a saying in Hickass,"murder n politics go together". Plus, many people don't know this but Dallas is the headquaters for the ultra conservative movement in the U S. JFK going there with thousands of people cheering him, in a convertable nonetheless, was more than certain people could handle. Plus, Johnson was going to be dumped by JFK, a catholic, the only catholic president ever, the only president who wasn't a protestant male. You think he was welcomed with open arms in alot of crcles, especially at that time in U S history??????

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