JFK Doodle Predicted "9-11 Conspiracy"Weird Associated Press report suggests unimaginable spooky coincidence
By Paul Joseph Watson
Sep. 19, 2006
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A strange Associated Press article about presidential scribblings makes a bizarre reference to a John F. Kennedy doodle in which he seemingly predicted a "9-11 conspiracy" 40 years before it happened.
AP out of the Houston Chronicle reports,
"President Kennedy, known for separating his life into compartments, would enclose words and numbers inside circles and boxes. Events long after his death give one doodle an unintended chill: A small circle with the numbers "9-11" contained within. Just to the lower left on the page, the word "conspiracy" is underlined."
The doodle is part of a new book, Presidential Doodles, which analyses the jottings of eight commanders in chief.
What kind of astronomical coincidence could see JFK - himself the target of a conspiracy - accurately forecast a major world event decades beforehand?
Is this some kind of inside joke or is it a hat tip to the 9/11 truth movement?
One thing's for sure - it's weird.
George W. Bush's most infamous note making to date came during a UN Security Council meeting on September 14 2005, where he asked Condoleeza Rice if he could be given permission to take a toilet break. Reuters carried a photo of the message (above) and later had to clarify its reason for running the shot on its photo wire. Many Neo-Con blowhard baselessly accused Reuters of photoshopping the image, focusing on why the photo was carried and taking attention away from the importance of what it said.
The message perfectly illustrated the fact that Bush is a figurehead and a puppet who controls absolutely nothing and has to ask special his handlers simply to leave the room.