President John Fitzgerald Kennedy (JFK) was assassinated on Nov. 22, 1963, in Dallas, TX, as the result of a conspiracy. Why did the Shadow Government decide to eliminate him? We now know he wanted to get U.S. troops out of South Vietnam. JFK had also been taking on Wall St. and The Fed. He threatened to disband the CIA and close tax loopholes beneficial to âBig Oilâ and the multinationals. JFK made a lot of powerful enemies--one too many!
âWhich forces are in control, the public or shadow powers?â
For all of the above reasons, JFK was a threat to the Shadow Government. After he was elected, he alarmed them further by showing a strong streak of independent thinking! He consistently put Americaâs interests first. This is what gave the members of the sinister cabal the idea to kill him and to make sure that the official inquiry about the âCrime of the Centuryâ was subjected to a first class cover-up, which is officially labeled, âThe Warren Commission.â