Showing posts with label JFK. Show all posts
Showing posts with label JFK. Show all posts

Saturday, April 22, 2017

The Mandela Effect? or just another psyop?

August 2016 - by Justin Arn

Kennedys limousine with five cars and police motorcycles just behind.
JFK's 'vehicle' and Motorcade

I was not yet born in 1963, the year that John F. Kennedy was assassinated.  My Mother was only eight years old at the time, as a matter of fact. These circumstances are key to understanding what it is occurring right now, and how the events of that day are no longer what they were. Or so it seems.

The number of people who were alive, aware, and in a proximity close enough to have even a shred of information about what may have happened on November 22, 1963 is shrinking.  As they pass from this world to another, the truth becomes, not only more obscure, but more irrelevant. You may think that I'm speaking of the "truth" about the assassin(s) or something like that, but in fact what I'm speaking of are the supposedly "basic facts" of that day.

I suppose I have always been a bit of a conspiracy buff. I watched Oliver Stone's "JFK," at a very young age, and at some point in that movie reason broke free, and I was left to confront a maddening, and frightening possibility: that perhaps sometimes the bad guys win. After watching the film, I read a few books about the murder.  I don't remember who the authors were but I do remember a few facts of the case that I have carried with me ever since.

Monday, April 17, 2017

The Kennedy Assassination Revisited

April 2017 - by Justin Arn

The Denver Post was one of the only newspapers in the country to report on the President's assassination on the day it happened.  These stills are from the Denver Post Late Edition November 22, 1963. Accessed from microfilm archives located in the Denver Public Library, in Early June, 2017.

The front page of the Denver Post on the day Kennedy was Assassinated
The third page of the Denver Post's day-of coverage of JFK's assassination

Page 4 of the Denver Post's day-of coverage of JFK's assassinationDenver Post Kennedy Assasination page 2

Norman Rockwell's iconic image of JFK appeared on the cover of the April 6, 1963 issue of the Saturday Evening Post. It was recently auctioned by a Museum in Newport, Rhode Island.

An iconic painting of JFK in thoughtful repose, by Norman Rockwell.