"He Said That?!"

Here it is, in cold, hard black-and-white prose, a damning indictment of President John F. Kennedy in his own words...

Satirically authored by Straight Line Logic's Robert Gore...

From a dinner honoring Nobel Prize Winners April 29, 1962:

I want to tell you how welcome you are to the White House. I think this is the most extraordinary collection of talent, of human knowledge, that has ever been gathered together at the White House, with the possible exception of when Thomas Jefferson dined alone.


Someone once said that Thomas Jefferson was a gentleman of 32 who could calculate an eclipse, survey an estate, tie an artery, plan an edifice, try a cause, break a horse, and dance the minuet. 


Whatever he may have lacked, if he could have had his former colleague, Mr. Franklin, here we all would have been impressed.

Irrefutable proof: John F. Kennedy praised Thomas Jefferson, white slave owner and perhaps the paramour of some of his female slaves.

Kennedy may not have known about the paramour part, but he certainly knew Jefferson was a slave owner.

Kennedy Airport, Kennedy Center, thousands of schools and streets: erase the name of this obvious racist who praised a slave owner.

No historical sin is too small that it should not be rectified after the fact by erasing all memorials to -in a better world all memories of - the sinner. To be replaced, of course, by those many historical figures who were perfect.


Thought Processor DinduNuffin Wed, 08/23/2017 - 20:38 Permalink

  A real democracy can not exist without freedom of speech.  Like it or not, The first Amendment and freedom of speech both allow and enable honest debate about any and all issues.  This is the critical foundation upon which all else is built.Take away feedom of speech and you simply can not have a functioning democracy.  The U.S.A. is supposed to be a constitutional Democratic Republic, made up of a federation of States.  This basically means that the U.S.A is founded via a constitutional congress made up of members of individual States forming a federation (ie; Federal Government) where the combined republic is supposed to function using democratic methods for service to the people and the States collectively.  The States basically only gave the Federal Government limited authority as spelled out within the U.S. Constitution and the Bill of Rights.  The Federal U.S. Governments primary function is supposed to be as a protector of these fundamental rights.  Each State within the U.S. can be considered it's own sovereign entity (with regard to both standing and law within the state).  If the people in any State within the Federation believe that the Federal Government is infringing or impeding upon the rights of the people as established within the U.S. Constitution and Bill of Rights then the individual State can overide the federal government in order to protect it's citizens.  And yes this does actually happen.  This is how the U.S. is supposed to 'formally' operate.However the 'informal' structure of the Federal government (how the organization informally functions, rather than formally functions as above) is really that of a 'Plutocracy.'As stated on Wikipedia: Plutocracy (Greekploutos, 'wealth' + kratos, 'rule') or plutarchy, is a form of oligarchy and defines a society ruled or controlled by the small minority of the wealthiest citizens. The first known use of the term was in 1631.[1] Unlike systems such as democracycapitalismsocialism or anarchism, plutocracy is not rooted in an established political philosophy. The concept of plutocracy may be advocated by the wealthy classes of a society in an indirect or surreptitious fashion, though the term itself is almost always used in a pejorative sense. Examples of plutocracies include the Roman Empire, the United States, some city-states in Ancient Greece, the civilization of Carthage, the Italian city-states/merchant republics of VeniceFlorence and Genoa, and the pre-World War II Empire of Japan(the zaibatsu). According to Noam Chomsky and Jimmy Carter, the modern day United States resembles a plutocracy, though with democratic forms.[7][8]One modern, formal example of a plutocracy, according to some critics, is the City of London.[9] The City (not the whole of modern London but the area of the ancient city, about 1 sq mile or 2.5 km2, which now mainly comprises the financial district) has a unique electoral system for its local administration. More than two-thirds of voters are not residents, but rather representatives of businesses and other bodies that occupy premises in the City, with votes distributed according to their numbers of employees. The principal justification for this arrangement is that most of the services provided by the City of London Corporation are used by the businesses in the City. In fact about 450,000 non-residents constitute the city's day-time population, far outnumbering the City's 7,000 residents. My apologies for the civics lesson to those (many on here I'm sure) that already have a clear understanding on all of the above.   Please feel free to comment if you feel any of the above is either incorrect or innaccurate. Basically the Constitution and Bill of Rights are supposed to enable a legal framework that is fair for all, which then helps via laws to prevent man from harming man, and creates a system of justice when a man is found to have harmed (via a trial with jury of his peers) another man.  

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ThirteenthFloor Juggernaut x2 Wed, 08/23/2017 - 23:55 Permalink

-1. You've edited the intro to JFKs Prelude to Leadership, notes about his WW2 experiences...

The page starts off more accurately as...

"After visiting these two places you can easily see how that within a few years Hitler will emerge from the hatred that surrounds him now as one of the most significant figures who ever lived. He had boundless ambition for his country, which rendered him a menace to the peace of the world, but he had a mystery about him in the way that he lived and in the manner of his death that will live and grow after him. He had in him the stuff of which legends are made."

I notice with JFK, media and others continue to revise history and what he actually said mostly with subtle edits or omissions. Read the entire page to get full context.

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logicalman Thought Processor Wed, 08/23/2017 - 21:50 Permalink

If your argument has any validity, it is based on knowledge and careful research.At that point you should be able to honestly state your case and have it stand on its own merits.If someone discuss, openly and honestly, different views based on different knowledge and research, both sides will benefit and understand each other better.Personally, I try really hard to avoid having others tell me what to think or believe. 

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gregga777 Wed, 08/23/2017 - 19:03 Permalink

The Demo-Marxists want to follow Seattle's lead and erect statues of Vladimir Ilyich Lenin. They'd probably also have orgasms over statues of Josef Stalin, Mao Zedong and Pol Pot.

J. Peasemold G… gregga777 Wed, 08/23/2017 - 21:02 Permalink

The Demo-Marxists want to follow Seattle's lead and erect statues of Vladimir Ilyich Lenin. They'd probably also have orgasms over statues of Josef Stalin, Mao Zedong and Pol Pot.Cum cum now Gregga, I know a fellow by the name of V. V. Putin who has a country full of well worn Lenin bronzes who would be more than happy to supply some 'excess to requirements' to the Antifa-ckwits™.I'm sure Xi-man and Hun-meister too could spare a few leftovers from their stockpiles.As to where and how to effect the erections I think they occur hourly only in the minds of those who have moist thoughts of acting all butch and 'warrioring up' (if such a word exists) all social and 'justicey' like.Makes one want to break into multiples at the very thought of it.J. Peasemold Gruntfuttock

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earleflorida LetThemEatRand Wed, 08/23/2017 - 19:42 Permalink

joseph kenndey, jfk father wasn't pro-nazi at the wars (not many were when exposure of the holocaust was presented to the eyes of the world) end-- but only in the mid to late 30's.the ex Prime Minister David Lloyd George was also on speaking terms with Hitler at the beginning--- Lloyd was a realist and knew the warII would bankrupt Britain as it did,.. and the fact that if the USSA hadn't played its '2nd Neutral Card', Nazi Germany would have won the War.JFK's  father was fabulously wealthy and somewhat of a fatalist regarding Britains ill venture into the War!,... as was Ll. George, both urged the bellicose churchill to stand his ground!!! and WAIT!Hitler thought of Britain as an easy win,... that's why he attack Russia first--- but, as history has taught us, there's always the unxpected being Stalingrad, and thus Germany and the NAZIs had met their waterlooJFK ran for election with the liberals and black vote in 1959. His rise to president was selling his soul to Graham (WAPO Publisher) and Feinberg the Zionist agent in America that controlled the Congress with Zionist Capaign Funds and Jewish American Block votes.JFK thanked Feinberg sarcastically whispering to hinself you helped me win-- and got me over the top(JFK had to put LBJ on the ticket in order to get Zionist Money and votes?) but you'll never own me as a person!!!check out history and how it was the black vote got LBJ elected as with many other past slave owners!!!

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nmewn fuckstar Wed, 08/23/2017 - 20:26 Permalink

I'd be willing to bet there aren't but maybe five people inside the Antifa "movement" who know Joe Pa Kennedy had his daughter lobotomized. George Soros being one of them. Took a perfectly normal, outgoing, vivacious girl and allowed doctors to take out parts of her brain.Something to think about when picking a "King of Camelot"...I would have killed him for doing that to my sister, without even a second thought. 

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GoinFawr nmewn Wed, 08/23/2017 - 20:44 Permalink

I gotta admit, I can see how a guy exercising his constitutional right to assembly and getting a jackboot delivered rubber bullet in the nutz for his efforts would be such a scream to a self purported 'anarchy leaning libertardian' hypocrite, but this made me chuckle way more:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TY97OjPzQnQReminds me of this gem:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MfzwIms-M5MDon't worry, I think the bloviators are all ok, except for the obviously blown head gaskets, of course- though they might want to consider laying off the cold cuts for a couple of, uh, decades

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nmewn GoinFawr Wed, 08/23/2017 - 20:51 Permalink

As usual you forgot one important element (purposefully because it goes with what you cite)..."I can see how a guy exercising his constitutional right to assembly..."...the peaceful part. Because everyone shows up to PEACEFULLY assemble against a Presidents policies (or just the man) wearing a gas mask.So, you are one of the Antifa are you? This is the second time you've made a comment about me denigrating the motives of the Soros backed communist Antifa.Care to elaborate? ;-)

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GoinFawr nmewn Wed, 08/23/2017 - 21:01 Permalink

looked pretty peaceful to me, or are gas masks an offensive weapon now? You're reeeeeaching...Did he put the canister of gas out there, or the jackboots?Looked to me like he was doing his best to protect those peacefully demonstrating who didn't have any protection from the gas... is there some footage I missed?Me Antifa? Well, I don't think fascism is cool, if that's what you are asking.Why do you? 

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GoinFawr nmewn Thu, 08/24/2017 - 01:48 Permalink

Yes, all good citizens should obey the police, and get the hell outta the way on the roads. The authoritarian libertarians are coming What is it that you particularly like about fascism? Describe to me, an elected legislative assembly advocate, the appeal of having your very own Franco...

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