Post by David Emerling Post by Anthony Marsh Post by BOZ Post by Anthony Marsh Post by BOZ
The following is from page 89 of Roger Stone's The Making of the president
" I was asked many times if I started the rumor or planted the story. I
did ?not. Having a reputation as a dirty trickster has placed me in the
firing line as a suspect."
Page 85 Stone writes"On April 7, 2016 blogger named Wayne Madsen...posted
a report he had written titled Was the father of presidential hopeful Cruz
involved in the JFK assassination? Them om April 20 2016 the National
Enquirer published a sensational cover story, " Ted Cruz Father linked to
Roger Stone is insane.
Roger Stone believes that JFK was killed as a result of a conspiracy and
so do you.
So what? A lot of people think it was a conspiracy. That does not mean
that they all agree.
Why do you think it is that, for those who believe in a conspiracy, there
are many points upon which they disagree; whereas, for those who do NOT
believe there was a conspiracy, there is are few (almost no) points of
disagreement regarding the details?
I think the answer to that question is obvious. The truth has one
narrative whereas wild conspiracies (i.e. not the truth) have many
Yes; this was partially my (muddled) point in a post where I wrote I have
never read of a reason for assassinating JFK. By that I meant a single,
agreed upon reason among conspiracy believers as to why this wide range of
disparate groups - the CIA, the FBI, the DPD, the Pentagon, and so on -
would agree to commit such a act. Cui bono?
I've read, of course, that it was because of Vietnam. Because he was going
to "breakup" the CIA. Because he was going to normalize relations with
Castro. Because of his attempts to "end" the Cold War with the Soviet.
Because of the oil depletion allowance. Because of civil rights. Because
he was going to dismantle the military industrial complex. On and on and
on....a dozen plus number of reasons.
It's a perfect example of what you pointed out: it shows the huge
disagreement among conspiracy believers themselves as to why JFK needed to
To be sure, some of more fanatical believers will say all of the above.
For that crowd it's best to pity them.