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WHY Was JFK Assassinated? - Report From Iron Mountain

 
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WHY Was JFK Assassinated? - Report From Iron Mountain
*** WHY Was JFK Assassinated? - Report From Iron Mountain ***

There’s been strongly presented theories about JFK assassination. Here are 4 of the most common ones:

1) Because he was restructuring the CIA so it could no longer be used by the ruling powers ("the High Cabal") to carry out foreign and domestic terrorism.

2) Because he was going to restructure the Federal Reserve System so it could no longer be used by the ruling powers to manipulate the economy.

3) Because he was going to shut down the war in Vietnam - a war that brought the ruling powers $500 billion in armaments sales.

4) Because the shadow Ruling Elite, which had ruled the U.S. since at least 1913, wanted to regain its stranglehold on the country.

All this theories are quite valid and certainly paint a good bigger picture of the plot for assassination.

The main reason Kennedy was assassinated was for commissioning a paper, through which he intended to expose the workings and intentions of the ‘Shadow Ruling Elite’.
This paper was: ‘The Report from Iron Mountain’. This Report is as relevant today as it was back in the 60’s.

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There was a document released entitled ‘The Report from Iron Mountain’ which was commissioned by President John Kennedy in August of 1963.

Kennedy was assassinated three months after commissioning the report in which he was about to expose the warmongering mindsets of the people who are in control of the world. The stated purpose of this report was to consider the problems involved in the contingency of a transition to a general condition of peace and to recommend procedures for dealing with this contingency.

This report, which was published three years after Kenney's death, reveals the darkest recesses of demonic minds. It is filled with openly revolting revelations from many different political appointees about what is really on the minds of the Ruling Elite.
Even though the report was leaked, it was never intended for public reading.

Many means of denial were employed to attempt to invalidate this document because the American government understandably wanted to distance itself from the report.
Editors of newspapers were recruited and supposed authors came forward to claim they wrote it as a satire. It is hard to imagine that this document was intended as a satire, as it is devoid of humour — express or implied.

This paper commences with the query of what would happen with a general détente amongst America, China and the Soviet Union, and asks the question: "Is the abolition of war, in the broad sense, really possible?". In analysing the query, the paper states that stability of society is the common assumed objective of both peace and war.
Amongst other things, the paper dares to argue that were the war-making machines halted, all of the money saved would have to be rapidly consumed or else the people would have too much wealth, and become too cocky and difficult to control.

Therefore, it was presented that in order to maintain stability it would be necessary to keep the people poor. The paper presented several wasteful programmes to dissipate any extra wealth that peace would bring to maintain economic control over the population.
Thus, it is learnt from the paper that since war is a system that has worked so effectively for so long it should be maintained.

In a stark quote, the reader learns that: "Wars are not 'caused' by international conflicts of interest. . . . war-making societies require — and thus bring about — such conflicts." The report also concluded that: "The basic authority of a modern state over its people resides in its war powers."
To show the attitudes of the warmongering minds responsible for the report regarding the prospect of peace, consider this quote from the report: "In a broad social context, 'an eye for an eye' still characterizes the only acceptable attitude toward a presumed threat of aggression, despite contrary religious and moral precepts governing personal conduct."
This repulsive attitude continues today, and in fact has escalated with a huge percentage of the world's population being programmed to support the "eye for an eye" attitude.
The ruling elite is worried that if there were no wars, they could lose power and control over the people.
This shows not only the warped minds of the people who thrive in this exploitative world, it clearly shows that for their own selfish gratification, they want to keep the evil system afloat at all costs.

(NEXT POST CONTAINS EXTRACTS FROM THE REPORT ON IRON MOUNTAIN)
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Without war how do they keep everyone busy?
Idle hands are the devil's playthings!

Perhaps a time consuming religion is called for .. one where you have to pray five times a day and do a lot of washing or something ?
nevermind
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- Extracts from the -

*** REPORT ON IRON MOUNTAIN ***

- THE POSSIBILITY AND DESIRABILITY OF PEACE -

1) to consider the problems involved in the contingency of a transition to a general condition of peace, and

2) to recommend procedures for dealing with this contingency.

…” Because of the unusual circumstances surrounding the establishment of this Group, and in view of the nature of its findings, we do not recommend that this Report be released for publication. It is our affirmative judgment that such action would not be in the public interest. The uncertain advantages of public discussion of our conclusions and recommendations are, in our opinion, greatly outweighed by the clear and predictable danger of a crisis in public confidence which untimely publication of this Report might be expected to provoke. The likelihood that a lay reader, unexposed to the exigencies of higher political or military responsibility, will misconstrue the purpose of this project, and the intent of its participants, seems obvious. We urge that circulation of this Report be closely restricted to those whose responsibilities require that they be apprised of its contents”…

…” Our work has been predicated on the belief that some kind of general peace may soon be negotiable. The de facto admission of Communist China into the United Nations now appears to be only a few years away at most. It has become increasingly manifest that conflicts of American national interest with those of China and the Soviet Union are susceptible of political solution, despite the superficial contraindications of the current Vietnam war, of the threats of an attack on China, and of the necessarily hostile tenor of day-to-day foreign policy statements. It is also obvious that differences involving other nations can be readily resolved by the three great powers whenever they arrive at a stable peace among themselves”…

…”What can be expected if peace comes? What should we be prepared to do about it?
What, for instance, are the real functions of war in modern societies, beyond the ostensible ones of defending and advancing the "national interests" of nations? In the absence of war, what other institutions exist or might be devised to fulfill these functions? Granting that a "peaceful" settlement of disputes is within the range of current international relationships, is the abolition of war, in the broad sense, really possible? If so, is it necessarily desirable, in terms of social stability?...”

…” SECTION 2 - DISARMAMENT AND THE ECONOMY: In this section we shall briefly examine some of the common features of the studies that have been published dealing with one or another aspect of the expected impact of disarmament on the American economy...”

“…General agreement prevails in respect to the more important economic problems that general disarmament would raise…”

…” The first factor is that of size. The "world war industry," as one writer has aptly called it, accounts for approximately a tenth of the output of the world's total economy. Although this figure is subject to fluctuation, the causes of which are themselves subject to regional variation, it tends to hold fairly steady. The United States, as the world's richest nation, not only accounts for the largest single share of this expense, currently upward of $60 billion a year, but also has devoted a higher proportion of its gross national product to its military establishment than any other major free world nation…”

…” One school of economists has it that these patterns will develop on their own. It envisages the equivalent of the arms budget being returned, under careful control, to the consumer, in the form of tax cuts. Another, recognizing the undeniable need for increased "consumption" in what is generally considered the public sector of the economy, stresses vastly increased government spending in such areas of national concern as health, education, mass transportation, low-cost housing, water supply, control of the physical environment, and, stated generally, "poverty."…

…” SECTION 4 - WAR AND PEACE AS SOCIAL SYSTEMS:
We find that at the heart of every peace study we have examined -- from the modest technological proposal (e.g., to convert a poison gas plant to the production of "socially useful" equivalents) to the most elaborate scenario for universal peace in our time lies one common fundamental misconception. It is the source of the miasma of unreality surrounding such plans. It is the incorrect assumption that war, as an institution, is subordinate to the social systems it is believed to serve”…

“…war is "used" as an instrument of national and social policy, the fact that a society is organized for any degree of readiness for war supersedes its political and economic structure. War itself is the basic social system, within which other secondary modes of social organization conflict or conspire. It is the system which has governed most human societies of record, as it is today”…

>>>>> ….”The "unnecessary" size and power of the world war industry; the preeminence of the military establishment in every society, whether open or concealed; the exemption of military or paramilitary institutions from the accepted social and legal standards of behavior required elsewhere in the society; the successful operation of the armed forces and the armaments producers entirely outside the framework of each nation's economic ground rules: these and other ambiguities closely associated with the relationship of war to society are easily clarified, once the priority of war-making potential as the principal structuring force in society is accepted. Economic systems, political philosophies, and corpora juries serve and extend the war system, not vice versa”…

>>>>…” It must be emphasized that the precedence of a society's war-making potential over its other characteristics is not the result of the "threat" presumed to exist at any one time from other societies. This is the reverse of the basic situation; "threat" against the "national interest" are usually created or accelerated to meet the changing needs of the war system. Only in comparatively recent times has it been considered politically expedient to euphemize war budgets as "defense" requirements. The necessity for governments to distinguish between "aggression" (bad) and "defense" (good) has been a by-product of rising literacy and rapid communication. The distinction is tactical only, a concession to the growing inadequacy of ancient war-organizing political rationales”…

>>>> …” Wars are not "caused" by international conflicts of interest. Proper logical sequence would make it more often accurate to say that war-making societies require --- and thus bring about --- such conflicts. The capacity of a nation to make war expresses the greatest social power it can exercise; war-making, active or contemplated, is a matter of life and death on the greatest scale subject to social control”…

…”SECTION 5 - THE FUNCTIONS OF WAR: ECONOMIC;
In the case of military "waste," there is indeed a larger social utility. It derives from the fact that the "wastefulness" of war production is exercised entirely outside the framework of the economy of supply and demand. As such, it provides the only critically large segment of the total economy that is subject to complete and arbitrary central control”…

>>>> …” This function is often viewed, oversimply, as a device for the control of surpluses. One writer on the subject puts it this way: "Why is war so wonderful? Because it creates artificial demand... the only kind of artificial demand, moreover, that does not raise any political issues: war, and only war, solves the problem of inventory."…

…” POLITICAL:
The political functions of war have been up to now even more critical to social stability.
… First of all, the existence of a society as a political "nation" requires as part of its definition an attitude of relationship toward other "nations." …
The war system not only has been essential to the existence of nations as independent political entities, but has been equally indispensable to their stable internal political structure. Without it, no government has ever been able to obtain acquiescence in its "legitimacy," or right to rule its society. The possibility of war provides the sense of external necessity without which nor government can long remain in power…”

…” SOCIOLOGICAL:
The current euphemistic clichés "juvenile delinquency" and "alienation" -- have had their counterparts in every age. In earlier days these conditions were dealt with directly by the military without the complications of due process, usually through press gangs or outright enslavement.
The younger, and more dangerous, of these hostile social groupings have been kept under control by the Selective Service System”…

“…As a control device over the hostile, nihilistic, and potentially unsettling elements of a society in transition, the draft can again be defended, and quite convincingly, as a "military" necessity”…

>>>>…” In general, the war system provides the basic motivation for primary social organization. In so doing, it reflects on the societal level the incentives of individual human behavior. The most important of these, for social purposes, is the individual psychological rationale for allegiance to a society and its values. Allegiance requires a cause; a cause requires an enemy”…

>>>>…” It follows, from the patterns of human behavior, that the credibility of a social "enemy" demands similarly a readiness of response in proportion to its menace. In a broad social context, "an eye for an eye" still characterizes the only acceptable attitude toward a presumed threat of aggression, despite contrary religious and moral precepts governing personal conduct”…

FULL REPORT ON IRON MOUNTAIN:
[link to www.anomalog.com]
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Thanks for the information about the book Report From Iron Mountain.

It sounded like a study Kennedy would commission.

The results of the study sound like something Kennedy would have opposed.

But his advisor McGeorge Bundy was a member of an old Skull n Bones family.

Just the sort of result he would have approved of.
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No wonder JFK was assassinated. It wasn't just one thing but several things that led to the Powers-That-Be deciding to eliminate him.

Prosperity and abundance for all has always been a threat to the agenda of the dark forces, throughout the ages.
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More importantly this 'modus operandi' continues.
It's happening right now in front of our very eyes...
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My understanding of the Essence of the Iron Mountain Report:

An Enemy is Needed for a Democracy to survive, even if an Enemy has to be created.

Consider:

Instant and Total Peace Worldwide =
No Crime at all:

No need for

Police
Nukes & Missles
Armies

That would Totally Devestate the Econom,ies of the World.

War/Enemies is the Easiest method of exchanging Wealth.

Daniel

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for more operational details and connections to the Kennedy assassination, see the videos at the website:

www.bushkilledjfk.com
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Cuz he was on to CHEMTRAILS.
Help I'm gay and stuck in this closet!
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Iron Mountain A Hoax or Betrayal?
By: Paula Demers

[link to www.theforbiddenknowledge.com]
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peace
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John F. Kennedy wrote a book entitled, "Profiles in Courage."

The book should be re-published and re-edited to include John F. Kennedy, himself. He deserves the honor more than any of the men he wrote about in his book.
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The real question is not WHY and is not even WHO DONE IT...

...The answer to any JFK question is clearly that OSWALD DID NOT DO IT...

...Which clearly makes the entire Warren Commission accessories after the fact!
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The truth is, it's because he had planned the end of the Vietnam war:



[link to jfkhit.tripod.com]





Why do you think warmongers have been in charge ever since?


Why do you thing the Pentagon is now the CIA?

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