This weekend I finished reading the brilliantly written book by James Douglas, JFK and the Unspeakable: Why He Died and Why It Matters. In this video he discusses the assassinations of JFK, RFK, Malcolm X, but mostly he discusses MLK's assassination. His insight is brilliant. The facts of all these murders are so frightening that most people's brains will not let them see the truth.. Our government killed all of them. It is indisputable when the facts are examined. It is important for every person in this country to look at all of these assassinations and realize the people who did this have continued to have control of the course of events of the United States and have gained power. If they could kill this many people and pull off such cover ups (in part by using the news media) what else have they manufactured. In the end it is all about money, money made from wars. It gives us a clear picture of who is running the government. They snuffed out the best of us, those who would have taken us into a world of more freedom, more rights, more equality, for everyone in the world. The most important ingredient for this to occur was peace and they stole that from us by murdering these men. I have been reexamining how I feel about everything in relation to this country. The constitution has been defunked for a long time and capitalism clearly has caused a lot of harm not only to this country, but the whole world. We do not live in a democracy, but have been propagandized into believing we do.

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