Waking the Proles


54 years ago today, CIA asset Lee Oswald was gunned down in a basement parking garage while in Dallas PD custody, forever silencing what he knew about the plot to kill Kennedy (and those involved).

Set up as the fall guy by his own duplicitous government, Oswald’s “convenient” murder forever sealed him in the annals of history as Kennedy’s assassin, still perpetuated today by the continued lies of the mainstream media, the establishment historians, and those willfully ignorant of the facts surrounding the case.

RIP 1939-1963

Waking the Proles

Quiz time!

What do the following 3 men have in common?

1). George H. W. Bush

2). Richard Nixon

3). Joseph Milteer (organizer for the National States Rights Party who was in Miami two weeks prior to JFK’s assassination when he was captured on Miami PD audio recordings speaking of JFK’s assassination “from an office building with a high-powered rifle,” and stating “they would pick up somebody within hours . . . just to throw the public off”)

Leave your answers in the comments section.

Story: Saving Kennedy

And the winner is . . . 

Congratulations to Jonathan Escalera.  He is the winner of the September Saving Kennedy book giveaway.

If you didn’t win, do not fret. This coming Saturday I will announce where you can purchase Saving Kennedy.

Thank you to all who participated in the contest by joining my mailing list. I appreciate your interest in my work more than you know.

Quotes, Waking the Proles

Quotes: Killing the patient.

“An intelligently-wielded [scalpel] can save a patient; using a thousand dull butter knives would kill the patient. More is not often better. The encyclopedic 26 volumes of the Warren Commission are not thorough, they are obfuscatory. The pages of the Warren Commission are not sharp or focused, they are a thousand dull butter knives designed to kill the patient—a patient named Truth.”

– Lance Moore