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I am concerned that, at the end of it all, there will only be more Americans killed; more of our treasure spilled out; and because of the bitterness and hatred on every side of this war, more hundreds of thousands of Vietnamese slaughtered; so that they may say, as Tacitus said of Rome: “They made a desert and called it peace.”

~ Robert F. Kennedy, from a speech during his Presidential campaign, Kansas State University, March 18, 1968

For the Record: Destiny Betrayed

Featured Articles & Reviews

  • Laurene Jobs and The Atlantic Go All In
    Laurene Jobs and The Atlantic Go All In

    Michael Le Flem and Jim DiEugenio observe how The Atlantic Monthly has become a part of the oligarchical problem in trying to conceal what has happened to the Democratic Party behind a smoke screen of “pernicious conspiracy thinking,” which has now become part and parcel of the Democratic party’s legacy.

    Written on Saturday, 30 May 2020 18:06 Read more...
  • Creating the Oswald Legend – Part 3
    Creating the Oswald Legend – Part 3

    In the third part of this multi-part series, Vasilios explores the evidence that Oswald was a government agent by examining the Oswald legend created in New Orleans, Mexico City, and Dallas. He concludes by exposing the sinister use of a CIA mole hunt to produce the perfect patsy and prevent any genuine investigation of the true perpetrators of the JFK assassination.

    Written on Saturday, 23 May 2020 19:09 Read more...
  • The 3 Faces of Dr. Humes
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    The 3 Faces of Dr. Humes

    Tim Smith surveys the sworn testimony of Dr. James Humes across three governmental investigations and exposes the contradictions, inconsistencies, and evasions with respect to the facts of the autopsy performed on JFK at the Bethesda morgue.

    Written on Saturday, 02 May 2020 23:17 Read more...
  • Counterpunch, JFK , and Vietnam
    Counterpunch, JFK , and Vietnam

    Jim DiEugenio once again responds to the incomplete and inaccurate history of Vietnam, and of JFK's role, presented by Counterpunch, noting that if, as the article claims, most American leaders did not understand what the war was really about, Kennedy did: that was why he was getting out.


    Written on Saturday, 02 May 2020 20:02 Read more...
  • The House of Kennedy, by James Patterson and Cynthia Fagen
    The House of Kennedy, by James Patterson and Cynthia Fagen

    Jim DiEugenio assesses the historical accuracy of James Patterson and Cynthia Fagen’s The House of Kennedy and discovers the shoddy research and tabloid style of the book make it unfit for reading. Their idea is to present the Kennedy clan as a bunch of useless wastrels, whose two most prominent political representatives were murdered by lone nuts. Therefore, their implication is that these murders have no political or historic importance.

    Written on Saturday, 25 April 2020 23:28 Read more...
  • The CIA and the Texas School Book Depository
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    The CIA and the Texas School Book Depository

    William Weston examines the curious letters of Elzie Glaze and considers potential connections between the CIA and the Texas School Book Depository.

    Written on Thursday, 16 April 2020 02:43 Read more...
  • The Dylan/Kennedy Sensation
    The Dylan/Kennedy Sensation

    Jim DiEugenio analyzes the surprising new song released by Bob Dylan about the JFK assassination, Murder Most Foul, and interprets it as a poem for those with familiarity with the case.

    Written on Monday, 30 March 2020 23:56 Read more...
  • Assassination of RFK - Evidence of a Conspiracy
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    Assassination of RFK - Evidence of a Conspiracy

    Chuck Marler compiles evidence of consiparcy in the assassination of Robert F. Kennedy and narrates a presentation of this evidence.

    Written on Friday, 27 March 2020 19:37 Read more...
  • Robert Kennedy Jr. On the Assassinations of his Uncle and Father
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    Robert Kennedy Jr. On the Assassinations of his Uncle and Father

    Robert F. Kennedy Jr. discusses his view of the assassinations of his uncle and father, implicating the CIA in both.

    Written on Tuesday, 05 May 2020 12:46 Read more...

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  • Chris Newton: Oswald's letter to the Russian Embassy in November of 1963
  • Michael LeFlem on Greg Poulgrain's upcoming book on the 1965 overthrow of Sukarno
  • Rob Couteau on Stanley Marks and Murder Most Foul

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  • Jim DiEugenio is a semi-regular guest on Len Osanic's BlackOp Radio telecast on Thursday nights.

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