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Article posted May 16 2007, 12:10 AM Category: Cover-Up/Deceptions Source: Prison Planet Print

JFK Conspirator Wanted Every Kennedy Dead

E. Howard Hunt wanted to "finish the job" by killing Senator Ted Kennedy, greeted news of RFK's assassination with satisfaction
Paul Joseph Watson


JFK assassination conspirator E. Howard Hunt wanted to "finish the job" by killing Senator Ted Kennedy and greeted news of Robert Kennedy's murder with satisfaction , according to his son Saint John Hunt.

E. Howard Hunt was a former veteran CIA agent and one of the infamous Watergate plumbers, he died in January 2007.

Saint John Hunt recently went public with an audio tape containing his father's deathbed admission that he was part of a conspiracy to kill JFK that was orchestrated by Lyndon Baines Johnson. Hunt agreed that others above LBJ were involved in the plot.

Appearing on The Alex Jones Show yesterday, Hunt dropped new bombshell revelations about his father's role in the murder of JFK as well as intriguing insights into his attitude as a whole towards the Kennedy family.

"One of the things he liked to say around the house was 'let's finish the job - let's hit Ted (Kennedy)'" said Hunt, referring to the 75-year-old Massachusetts Senator.

"In the context that JFK had already been removed, RFK was gone and his motto was 'let's finish the job'," added Hunt, elaborating that whenever Ted Kennedy appeared on TV or in the newspaper his father would smirk and wish to see him dead.

In addition, Saint John Hunt said that his father greeted the news of Bobby Kennedy's assassination with satisfaction.

"He was glad that it happened, he felt no sadness," said Hunt, "the rest of the nation was in a deep state of horror, tragedy, shock, disbelief and sadness and my father was just very cold about it - he was very composed, he was certainly not disturbed by it."

"When the news came over the television, he was pleased - it was a good day for him - we grew up hating Kennedy so if this was one less Kennedy the country was going to have to deal with it was a good thing," added Hunt.

Hunt agreed that his father's description of his role in the plot to kill Kennedy as a "benchwarmer" meant that he wasn't one of the shooters but was intricately involved in the management aspects of the conspiracy.

Some have claimed that E. Howard Hunt couldn't have been involved at Dealy Plaza because he had alibis at the time that said he was at home at the time of the assassination.

"I don't have any recollection of my father being home that day," said Hunt, "I know he used his children as an alibi - I have a vivid recollection, school was closed and we were sent home where I waited in my house with my mother for what to do next."

"As far as my father going to a Chinese grocery store and picking up ingredients for a home cooked Chinese meal and having dinner with his children and watching television - that's not my recollection," said Hunt.





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globalstomp

Posted: May 16 2007, 5:44 PM

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The implications and impact of the assassinations of the Kennedy's is much larger than most people realize. Now that we know the truth behind the Kennedy assassinations and once you understand the huge scope of this coup'deta then you must come to the conclusion that if the Kennedy assassinations had not taken place in 1963 and 68 then 9/11, Oklahoma, Ruby Ridge, the war in Iraq, the North American Union, etc. would not have taken place and there would not have been the war in Vietnam or Nixon in the White House, or watergate, or there would not have been an operating CIA terrorist organization running terror around the world and there would not be the globalist control of this country by the FED which engineers our very economy to benefit themselves only.

All this is because the same people that killed the Kennedy's are in power today (the globalist and Bushes). Their Nazi agenda averted a major stumbling block and came into fruition the day the shots rang out.

When you realize that the globalist think and plan 50-100 yrs down the road then the last 44 yrs is just a recent event to them and now they have sucessfully stolen our country to further a globalist, fascist state in this country with just the death of our president.

If you want to know when this country was overthrown aside from 1913 when the FED came into being, it was on Nov 22, 1963 and also assured in 1968.

John would have been president until 1969 with two terms, then Bobby probably would have gone two terms until 1978 and then who knows who would have come into office, probably the vice president of Bobby who might have been Martin Luther King and we would have had a black president for the first time in history until 1982 or 1986, but anyway you look at it this country would be in a completely different mind set with a flourishing economy void of globalist crime syndicate bankers running our money into the ground. and void of the CIA terrorizing the world putting us into wars at the behest of the MIC and the globalist war machine and not void of all our liberties and Constitution.
Anonymous

Posted: Jun 12 2007, 12:47 AM

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6666 Global stomp, you are an idiot.

Take a look around. Take a good hard look. This world is not the scary place to live like you want us to think. It is a world where your intelligence is worth a million bucks.... a world where a person can choose to be whatever they want to be. There are some things that try to prevent this American dream from coming true. They are the ideas of communism, fascism, dictatorship, and terrorism. In order for our values and dreams to be protected, we must fight against these enemies, regardless if it is in the best interest of every single person. The truth is, imagine how dumb the average person is. Well, half of the population is dumber than that average person. You cannot expect the masses to know what is best for them. They are too easily swayed by celebrities (Rosie anyone?) and other factors that influence their decision process.

You act like thinking and planning 50-100 years down the road is a bad thing. Is that really any different than what this country has always done? Isn't the American Dream that one day your children will have a better life than yours? Well, in order to have a better life, you have to make the world a better place. Whether that means eliminating the threat of communism or terrorism, so be it. But is George Bush a Nazi dictator like Hitler, leading America into unjustifiable wars for global domination? It depends if you think building a global marketplace is unjustifiable. That is what he is really doing with this war. Imagine a world where all countries trade freely without the fear of international risks that are currently associated with trading in these countries. Imagine not having to worry about Middle Eastern unrest when it comes to conducting global operations.

How do you get there? You have to set an example. Iraq is this example. You set up a government that buys into the concepts of equality, democracy, and free trade in one country, the other countries (like Iran, Afganistan) see the quality of life improvements and they want in. It may take 50-100 years, but if it succeeds, the world is a better place. The only problem is it takes 50-100 years. This is not a 5 year plan. This makes it difficult since presidents change every 4 or 8 years. So, a line of presidents would have to believe in this cause and continue it.

I'm not agreeing that there was a conspiracy involving 9/11. It was just an unfortunate tragedy that was the culmination of decades of looking the other way on this terrorism problem. To tell me Bush needed 9/11 to go to war is wasting your breath. He can do whatever he wants. He was ELECTED to be the president of this country... TWICE. Yes, twice. Sometimes its hard to accept the truth and easier to make up a rediculous conspiracy theory, but those theories are just entertainment to me. The JFK movie, and the Farenheit 9/11 movie are very interesting, but they require a serious stretch of the imagination. We will all find the real truth in 2017 for the first conspiracy, but by then, will anyone truly involved care? I'm afraid that the second conspiracy is nothing more than a farse. Bush is a very conservatve politician with a thick accent that makes him seem dumb at times. I can see why a hardcore liberal would not like him so much. I for one am politically centristic, slighly leaning towards the conservative side. However, I see what is going on here and I hope everyone who reads this invested in the stock market the past few years. I know I did and I earned around 20% on my money. Maybe thats why when someone tells me how bad a job Bush is doing, I just look at the 0's in my bank account.
Chris

Posted: Jun 12 2007, 5:16 AM

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"None are more hopelessly enslaved than those who falsely believe they are free." - Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
friendstacy

Posted: Jun 12 2007, 7:33 AM

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the people are not that stupid. We have been told we are stupid until we start to believe it, but we are not stupid. Those "dumb" people you speak of? Are you not one of them? Or are you only talking about those other dumb people? Think good and hard about this, because either you are one of "the people" or you are not. Which is it?

we are not free. we are enslaved by our own fears. we are so afraid of the commie, islam, pedophile, whatever flavor-of-the-month threat that we allow our government to take away our basic human rights. The constitution means nothing anymore. Fear is our enemy, not other people. People don't want war, governments do.

maybe the people like you really are that stupid, and really do believe what they see on TV. Do you honestly believe Bush won the election? Either of them??? Do you know that many people who voted for him? I don't, and I live in a traditionally republican area. Until recently, the President had to have Congressional approval before starting a war.

The rest of your gibber jabber is all straight from the mainstream media. That is what they want you to believe. What makes you believe NBC or FOX is a better source of information than any other? Is it only because that is what most of your friends and neighbors believe? Or is it really because you are too afraid to believe otherwise?
Anonymous

Posted: Jun 12 2007, 6:06 PM

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6666 So you think that because the media, which is predominantly controlled by the left has so many negative things to say about the Bush administration that that is how the entire country feels? Get real. Just like the 1960's, we are just hearing the loud minority. The quiet majority has more important things to worry about, like advancing in their careers, making sure their children are going to succeed, and worrying about which place to vacation next.

Oh, so Bush didn't win either election? You base that on the fact that you don't know anyone who voted for him. Sounds like a reliable piece of evidence... I'm going to skip over that part of your post becuase it is just so retarded.

I believe you have misinterpreted my post. I do not live in fear. I do however, believe that the government knows what they are doing better than anyone who would post on an internet message board, watch "The View", or have the time to participate in an anti-war rally. It is a fact that anyone who is anyone important would not have the time to participate in an anti-war rally, or voice their opinions on a message board.

I'll save you the trouble, "but you are posting on a message board." You are correct, and that is because I have free time on my hands. I just graduated from college summa cum laude and I do not start my full time job until Sept 1st. Thanks to this Bush-led economy, I had 4 job offers 6 months prior to graduating, and had to choose between them.

You fail to look at the big picture. Sure, innocent lives may be lost, but in the end, civilization moves forward for the better.

One last thing that I did not address in the first post. Do not get me wrong, I have always been fascinated by the JFK assassination and what really happened that day. I think he was a man from a great American family (much like the Bush's) who brought some new ideas to the table. However, my fascination and admire that I had for the man when I was younger has grown to nothing more than fascination for the assassination. He was not a good president; he was responsible for getting involved in Vietnam without a real battleplan; he failed to overthrow Castro; and he was a terrible husband at best. I will give him credit for what he did for the Civil Rights movement, but his international policies were complete and utter failures. He was a good president, but not the great president that people remember him for. If Bush was assassinated, would all his faults be forgotten? Back to the point though. You don't know if he would have won the election, just like you do not know if RFK would have won the election. To say that MLK would have been his VP is a complete stretch at best. After all, as racist as we are today, I can't see a minority winning an election in the 1960's or 1970's. Besides, this country needs a mix of Democrats and Republicans alternating being presidents to move forward. They need the Democrats to focus on the human rights side and improve the racial barrier that continues to exist, but also need a Republican candidate to lead the foreign policy and economy the right direction. Luckily, nothing needs to be done for this to happen. The country's voters do it by themselves. It's a shame that the Democratic Party has become such a laughing stock this race; Hillary Clinton will not win the election becuase she is so hated and is a woman. John Kerry did not win becuase he is so wishy washy. Eventually, they will have to find a candidate worthy of running against a solid opponent. It'll happen. Just remember ten years ago when Bob Dole was the best the Republicans could throw at Clinton. Now, it is the Democrats turn for some soul searching.
"Demoracy is not perfect, but we have never had to build up a wall to keep our citizens inside." -- John F. Kennedy
friendstacy

Posted: Jun 13 2007, 6:36 AM

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The media is controlled by the same people who wish to control all of us. "Left" and "right" are false distinctions, both of those "sides" are pro-establishment, which makes them against the people, since the establishment only exists to oppress and exploit the majority of the people for the benefit of a very few. And yes, the majority of the people do believe what they see on TV, it's a very effective weapon against us. But, more and more are waking up to the power TV has over them, talking about it is just the first step towards our freedom. I have nothing more important to think or talk about than my freedom, and that of my children. These are my priorities, and what I do with an hour of my time each morning is my personal business.

as far as JFK goes, I was born shortly after his assassination. I don't know what the hype is about, honestly. Some people, some very powerful people, wanted him dead. Why were they so afraid of him? That's what I want to know. I seriously doubt he was or could have been such a great President. But he knew something they did not want him telling us, something perhaps he shared with a couple other people who also ended up dead.
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