by Michael Thomas
November 22nd, 2014
Updated 11/22/2014 at 4:52 pm
Lee Harvey Oswald: Unsung Hero Who Alerted JFK To ‘Assassination Plot’ In Chicago
Framed By The CIA Because He Infiltrated Their Assassination Conspiracy
Oswald Worked Directly For Robert F. Kennedy Who Authorized His Return From The USSR To Conduct Domestic ‘Counterintelligence’
The following narrative concerning the true role of Lee Harvey Oswald in the assassination of John F. Kennedy is both simple and complex. Simple because Oswald was actually a very young and simple guy who was grossly misrepresented by the government, law enforcement and the media. Complex because an extraordinary confluence of circumstances threw him into a literal caldron of festering conflicts and complicated vendettas.
“No good deed goes unpunished” is an adage that is quite applicable to the real story of Lee Oswald. His idealistic nature and ardent search for his mission in life propelled him into the most dangerous game on the planet in the early 1960s. Such was his naiveté and quixotic approach to life that Oswald would be thrust onto a battlefield that guaranteed he would be caught in the crossfire. And so he was on November 24th, 1963.
Whatever you have heard about Lee Harvey Oswald has most likely originated with the ultra-secret CIA Assassination Team which oversaw every aspect of President Kennedy’s assassination. More accurately, it was their Langley-based propaganda arm, as well as numerous organs of disinformation that were responsible for the entire JFK assassination coverup. Therefore, it is imperative to suspend any and all judgment concerning Lee Harvey Oswald (LHO) while reading this authoritative account. The evidence and testimony in this exposé is as factual as it is credible and provides a penetrating insight into the modus operandi of the typical CIA assassination and/or false flag operation.
All of these new details surrounding the true relationship between and among John F.Kennedy, Robert F. Kennedy and Lee Harvey Oswald have been corroborated as much as possible at this late date. Events and meetings have been verified via the public record. Dates and times have been authenticated with actual news reports. Key individuals have been identified by firsthand accounts, as their accomplices have been confirmed. Critical relationships and conspiratorial collaborations have likewise been substantiated.
In the end, Lee Harvey Oswald will be known as the unsung hero who was quite meticulously framed by the CIA, the FBI and the Dallas Police Department. Framed because he was known by the CIA to be working very closely with the Kennedy brothers. John Kennedy was well known for his dissatisfaction with the CIA’s incorrigible abuse of power and numerous rogue elements. Both he and Robert were intent on eliminating all the black operations conducted by the CIA in collaboration with the Mafia and Cuban exiles who wanted Fidel Castro dead. Particularly after the Bay of Pigs fiasco was JFK determined to rein in the CIA, if not shut it down altogether.
The ensuing, unparalleled intra-governmental feud was going on at the same time that Bobby Kennedy had declared war on organized crime, especially the Italian mafia families in New York City, Chicago and New Orleans. After singling out the Mafia for an unprecedented spate of federal prosecutions, the Italian-American mafioso Carlos Marcello – ”Godfather” of the New Orleans Mafia — became a special target of the Justice Department. Because of the CIA’s direct collusion with this Louisiana mob figure and a NOLA clique of Cuban exiles in their attempts to overthrow the Castro regime was Oswald assigned by RFK to infiltrate that totally rogue operation. The last thing the Kennedy brothers wanted to be associated with was the unlawful assassination of another head of state — Fidel Castro.
Toward that end Oswald’s deep cover status was fiercely protected throughout the Attorney General-run sting against the anti-Castro movement which was growing more volatile by the day. The failed assassination attempts on Castro’s life only seemed to increase the fervor of so many Cuban exiles who wanted their country back no matter how. Some of the more fanatical were contracted by the CIA to perform as hit men and to do any other dirty work that The Company (also known as the CIA ) did not want to be directly affiliated with.
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This specific inter-party dynamic and the collaboration among these three groups is crucial to understand. They all had the same goal in mind: To take back Cuba. After all, Havana had become a veritable oasis for the international set of glitterati, gamblers and gunrunners. When Castro finally took over Cuba in 1959 he ended the party of all parties. Cuba was fast becoming the major link in the burgeoning international illegal drug trade. When he turned off the lights in the famous Havana casinos, he also terminated the illegal drug trafficking which then closed down the highly profitable Cuban market.
1959 was not a good year in Cuba for those who saw their casinos shuddered, their drug and prostitution rings broken up, their loansharking operations and protection rackets closed down, and their gunrunning terminated. A capitalist ‘dream’ turned into a communist ‘nightmare’ with the guerrilla revolution that overthrew the exceedingly corrupt regime of Fulgencio Battista. The very nexus of all these dubious activities — transnational illegal drug trafficking — was the core business that the CIA, the Cubans, and the Mafia shared. So profitable were their respective shares of the drug revenues that they were willing to anything — ANYTHING — to get it all back.
For the diehard Cuban capitalist, facing Castro’s firing squads was completely out of the question; hence, many an exile showed up in Miami and New Orleans, the two major hubs for the fleeing Havana exiles. New Orleans, however, became the magnet for those fanatics who would participate in any plot whatsoever that would allow then to reclaim their former piece of Cuban paradise. What united them more than anything was their hatred for Fidel Castro. When the Kennedy Administration withdrew their support for this cause, the Cuban exiles redirected their intense hatred toward the President, as did the involved Mafia families and many rogue elements within the CIA.
Come the fall of 1963, these animosities had been festering for years and looking for an outlet. All three parties — the CIA, the Cuban exiles, and the Mafia — shared the same agenda and had conveniently overlapping goals. Each of them felt betrayed by the Kennedy’s after the Bay of Pigs debacle, although the Administration felt they had been betrayed by the CIA and the Joint Chiefs. Nevertheless, President Kennedy fell squarely within their crosshairs that November. All the pent up rage was quite purposefully channelled toward JFK’s demise … by those ‘stakeholders’ who truly controlled the realm.
This photograph was taken in a nightclub in Mexico City on 22nd January, 1963.
All of the men in the photograph are members of Operation 40, a Central Intelligence Agency-sponsored undercover operation in the early 1960s. The group was initially formed to seize political control of Cuba after the Bay of Pigs Invasion. It’s primary function included an ultra-secret CIA assassination team that was mobilized to execute heads of state, politicians, military officers, etc. in nations identified for regime change.
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