‘Every tree in the forest will fall’
Here’s a deep dive on the CIA and Watergate in three parts: Christopher Moran talks about Richard Nixon’s evovling hostility to the CIA; I talk about Nixon and CIA director Richard Helms; and John Prados talks Helm’s successor, William Colby, and the fall out of Watergate affair.
Chapo Trap House meets JFK
In which we unravel the “whole Bay of Pigs thing,” and how Hollywood glamorizes the CIA
On the ‘deathbed confession’ of Watergate burglar, Howard Hunt
This is an edited version of Howard Hunt’s much-touted “deathbed confession” about the assassination of JFK. Hunt insinuates, without supporting evidence, that certain CIA officers and Lyndon Johnson were involved in the killing of President Kennedy.
Oliver Stone explains how JFK’s assassination changed U.S. foreign policy
In this excellent interview Abby Martin actually lets Oliver Stone explain why the JFK assassination story is important today. What emerges is Stone’s earnest and wide-ranging intellect, a likable quality in a man so often slandered and libeled by critics fearful of his conviction that President Kennedy was killed by his enemies. His interpretation is succinct and, for some, too disturbing to believed: “The president is removed for political reasons.”
The Majority Report: “The Lone Gunman theory …. has gotten less credible over time.”
Where do we stand with the JFK assassination story after Biden’s data dump on December 15, 2021.Here’s my best take. I spoke to CSPAN on December 20, with my comments smartly excerpted and discussed here by @MattLech and @EmmaVigeland.