"Consensus Reality", "probable conspiracy", Catte, conspiracies, fifty-three years of suppression, history as fiction, history is written by people, human mind and imagination, human self-delusion and self-interest, John F Kennedy, Lee Harvey Oswald, Offguardian, the official version
just some of the innumerable books claiming to tell “the truth” about JFK’s life and death
Our revolution has made me feel the full force of the axiom that history is fiction and I am convinced that chance and intrigue have produced more heroes than genius and virtueMaximilien Robespierre, 1792
Fifty-three years ago on November 22, President John F Kennedy was shot to death in Dealey Plaza, Dallas, Texas. Sixteen years after the fact the House Select Committee on Assassinations found a “probable conspiracy” to have been behind his death, though it was also careful to exonerate all the popular candidates for the source of such a conspiracy.
It’s an interesting reflection on the nature of consensus reality that, even with this official endorsement of the dreaded “c” word, still the mere idea that more than one person fired shots that day, or that Lee…
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