A CONSPIRACY THEORY YOU JUST MAY FIND CREDIBLE -- Compliments of a 3 year research by the BBC

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    Apr 03, 2008 2:19 AM GMT
    A BBC Documentary supports the theory that the CIA planned and executed the murder of Robert Kennedy -- the results of a three year long investigation -- puts 3 CIA senior level operatives at the scene of the murder. find it here---http://existentialistcowboy.blogspot.com/2008/03/evidence-that-cia-murdered-rfk.html
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    Apr 03, 2008 12:59 PM GMT
    This is the message I got when I put the address in my address bar. The first line is Spanish for "have not found the blog". I think the CIA got there first. Sorry!!icon_rolleyes.gif


    No se ha encontrado el blog.
    Sorry, the blog you were looking for does not exist. However, the name existentioalistcowboy is available to register!
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    Apr 03, 2008 1:24 PM GMT
    There's a misspelling in the link. Here's the correct one:

    http://existentialistcowboy.blogspot.com/2008/03/evidence-that-cia-murdered-rfk.html
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    Apr 03, 2008 1:34 PM GMT
    I see two problems with this crap.

    First, the BeeB is not anything like what it used to be. They "outsource" this kind of "journalism" to some really questionable people. Witness the ITC day in the life of the Queen scandal from earlier this year. At this point I would sooner believe the New York Post than the BBC

    Second, these theories always give way too much credit to CIA. Never has a federal agency demonstrated incompetence more consistently than CIA. They f--k up literally everything.

    I am sure they actually revel in these theories at Foggy Bottom. It probably makes them feel all butch and Jason Bourne.


    What should curl your ass hair is the thought that there is no mind behind it all. Nothing is planned. The federal government operates purely on inertia.


    No, I don't believe it.

    The only thing between us and a totalitarian state is absolute incompetence. It really is a "Confederacy of Dunces".

    Ciao
    Terry
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    Apr 03, 2008 1:38 PM GMT
    I can see realife dad sitting in his living room wearing his tin foil hat.
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    Apr 03, 2008 4:54 PM GMT

    Sorry about the misspelled link !!! This is the first time I've seen such a theory produced and backed by such a high profile Media source, interesting isn't it !!! as for the TIN FOIL HAT !!! please explain LOL !!!
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    Apr 03, 2008 5:46 PM GMT
    RealLifeDad, do you spend your entire day conjuring up negativity? Do you HATE America? If it's so awful here and full of politicians and policies you loathe, then why are you here? Just curious
  • TexanMan82

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    Apr 03, 2008 6:12 PM GMT
    It's part of the federal government, right?

    It's incompetent.
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    Apr 03, 2008 6:17 PM GMT
    The CIA was run by a Bush for awhile, no? The apple doesn't fall far from the tree.
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    Apr 03, 2008 6:30 PM GMT
    I have held the belief for many years that there was more than one shooter present at the JFK assassination. I read several books on the subject and was pretty firm in that belief until I watched this video.

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    Apr 03, 2008 6:38 PM GMT
    realifedad said
    Sorry about the misspelled link !!! This is the first time I've seen such a theory produced and backed by such a high profile Media source, interesting isn't it !!! as for the TIN FOIL HAT !!! please explain LOL !!!


    Some of us, myself first, wrap our heads in tinfoil for protection from government mind control rays that are emitted from orbiting satellites. The tinfoil reflects the rays and keeps our minds from being effective.

    Personally I don't do this in public. I used to but then I had the feeling that I was being watched. Surely if Langley can use a satellite to look into my brain then they aren't going to like it if they can actually see me in public wearing my headgear.

    Now I try to stay as much under trees as possible and to never step on sidewalk cracks if they can be avoided (and I am here to tell you that they can be avoided with a little bit of attention).

    This reduces my exposure to satellite surveillance at least as far as brainwaves go. I still wear the tinfoil to bed and around the house.

    Better safe that sorry.

    Don't use Reynolds Wrap by the way. They are a CIA front operation and actually imbed RFID chips in the foil rolls. You have to buy the generic brands from the dollar store or the whole thing is a lost cause.

    Do this immediately. Otherwise, your risk of being turned into a CIA pod or sleeper agent is just to high.

    Good luck
    Terry
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    Apr 03, 2008 7:22 PM GMT
    ursamajor --- LOL !!! Terry !! I must have missed out on some conspiracy theory by your inference of one where the CIA is trying to do some mind control eh !!! Well somehow I just cannot see me or you with tinfoil on our heads for that purpose. LOL !!! guess texanman, who inferred about the tinfoil earlier, and maybe you took me too seriously on this. ALL IS GOOD IN A DAYS CONVERSATION !!!!
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    Apr 03, 2008 7:34 PM GMT
    CuriousJockAZ saidRealLifeDad, do you spend your entire day conjuring up negativity? Do you HATE America? If it's so awful here and full of politicians and policies you loathe, then why are you here? Just curious
    Man as much as this bush/cheney administration has f---ed up, and done behind the citizens backs there's a full time job for anyone willing to expose them, and its best for you all the other guys and me that they be exposed for just what incompetant leaders they are. I'M HAPPY TO BE OF SERVICE !!! I hope you can learn from all of us here on RJ that think its "PRO-AMERICAN" to call what they've done to our country just what it is, utter and complete thugish incompetence !!!
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    Apr 03, 2008 10:55 PM GMT
    realifedad said[quote][cite]CuriousJockAZ said[/cite]RealLifeDad, do you spend your entire day conjuring up negativity? Do you HATE America? If it's so awful here and full of politicians and policies you loathe, then why are you here? Just curious
    Man as much as this bush/cheney administration has f---ed up, and done behind the citizens backs there's a full time job for anyone willing to expose them, and its best for you all the other guys and me that they be exposed for just what incompetant leaders they are. I'M HAPPY TO BE OF SERVICE !!! I hope you can learn from all of us here on RJ that think its "PRO-AMERICAN" to call what they've done to our country just what it is, utter and complete thugish incompetence !!![/quote]


    Okay, knock yourself out!
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    Apr 03, 2008 10:57 PM GMT
    CuriousJockAZ saidRealLifeDad, do you spend your entire day conjuring up negativity? Do you HATE America? If it's so awful here and full of politicians and policies you loathe, then why are you here? Just curious


    Straight out of the jingo playbook. "If you don't like it here, why don't you leave?"

    You never think to ask, "If you don't like it here, why don't you work to change things?"

    It's the bully in people like you.
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    Apr 03, 2008 11:03 PM GMT
    I'm amazed at how many idiots still think our government would never lie to us.
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    Apr 03, 2008 11:05 PM GMT
    XRuggerATX saidI'm amazed at how many idiots still think our government would never lie to us.


    But he told me he loved me!
  • TexanMan82

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    Apr 03, 2008 11:45 PM GMT
    Well, in all fairness, yes, our government lies to us. They've always lied to us.

    But, there are such things as good lies. The American people don't need to know everything
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    Apr 04, 2008 3:03 AM GMT
    It's plausible but I doubt the validity. The author has a clear agenda to push. Thanks realdad for sharing that with us.
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    Apr 04, 2008 4:06 AM GMT
    TexanMan82 saidWell, in all fairness, yes, our government lies to us. They've always lied to us.

    But, there are such things as good lies. The American people don't need to know everything

    Actually, we do need to know. Why? So we can better keep our elected officials honest... so we can be prepared for the backlash we'll eventually get from covert decisions made on our behalf that piss off some extremists in another country... and so we know exactly where our hard-earned tax money is going (other than for $300 toilet paper and $500 dental floss, that is). But knowledge truly is power, and in keeping knowledge from the people, the powers that be render the people powerless.

    In no case is a lie a "good lie". If they have to lie, they can't be trusted, because the fact that they lie indicates they're doing something they know they shouldn't be doing in the first place. Lies on a personal level hurt people... on a national scale, they can (and have) cost lives.
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    Apr 04, 2008 5:00 AM GMT
    Native,

    The American people really don't need to know everything. This country has had to do what it needed to make sure it stayed powerful. We needed to defeat communism, and at the time, we took action necessary to make sure we stayed on top.

    The USSR did the same thing. Any country in that position would have done so, also. We made some decisions that yes, have not turned out so terribly in our favor.

    Same thing with oil. We've had to make sure we had enough oil to feed our power-hungry populace. Make sure our economy keeps running. Basically, make sure the world runs.

    We've made some decisions that had to be made. You think every decision that was made should have been run by the American people first?

    Yeah right.

    Have mistakes been made? Hell yes. But hindsight is 20/20, you know? I give the government no passes. If a mistake they made comes back and bites us in the ass, someone needs to answer for it. But, aside from blame, how about we pump out leaders who want to tackle the true problem?
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    Apr 04, 2008 5:27 AM GMT
    TexanManThe American people really don't need to know everything.


    See, that's what hindsight is...20/20. And we ought to know. Just because we're not involved with the decisions AS THEY HAPPEN, which would slow down our democracy, we are entitled to know at least AFTER THEY HAPPEN, so that we, as a democracy, can decide if that's the direction our country wants to go. We get that choice. Don't ever tell me I don't have a right to know...I'll ship you off to China.
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    Apr 04, 2008 3:14 PM GMT
    What I find interesting about this new conspiracy theory is, RFK's supporters had to be dumber than bricks to be there for this and not see and report and even investigate this for themselves.
    What I found telling about the article was the reference to the assasination of Malcom X. Malcom was killed by muslims from the Organization headed then by the "Honorable" Elijah Muhammed, the same group Louis Farrakhan now leads. That wasn't the government, why was it referenced in the article? Perhaps to imply that the government killed him too. The article has a clear agenda and I'm surprised the BBC would engage in this sort of tripe.