A reader writes:
“I am 60 years of age and was in the 5th grade on 11/22/63….”
“One weekend, we were visiting and Frank [ a relative] had just read the Warren Commission report. He was very concerned about the shortcomings of the findings. I guess from that point on I had my own suspicions but life went on..and then we saw the Zapruder film in 1975. Kennedy’s head going back and to the left was enough for me. There was a conspiracy.”
“Much of the collaborating evidence helps support my conclusions. However, my frustration along with others is that many of the details reported by various researchers are in direct conflict with one another. The artists who represent our secret government’s initiatives are quite adept in capitalizing on inconsistencies and using them in their chants.”
“The JFK research community must come together and organize a single message that can compete and someday overcome the ‘Lone Nut’ propaganda being disseminated by very powerful forces. Right now, ‘the truth’ is losing some of the momentum that had been built up through the 1990’s.
“Elements of the message:
“Simple and powerful message that is supported by all accomplished researchers and community who believe in the conspiracy to assassinate JFK.”
“Organize the common ground of consistent information that, in itself, supports the conclusions.”
“Separately, identify the conflicting details and include the arguments and supporting evidence. However, the message must be effective in empathizing that none of these conflicts can change the overall conclusion.
“Paint the government representatives as the real conspirators in this charade. Group them and highlight their inconsistencies. Expose obvious falsehoods and question their motives. In other words, give them a taste of their own medicine but in a coordinated manner.
“Elements of the above already exist and your website makes a wonderful contribution in bringing information on the assassination together. What is needed is more cohesiveness and an overall strategy.”
The reader closes with a question:
“How do we get there and how can individuals most effectively contribute to the overall cause?”