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The persistence of the people powered the only President who would do it, to do it

The Truth War – DECEMBER 21, 2017

Two months have passed since Roger Stone made known to the world that President Donald Trump indicated he would consider ordering the release of the previously classified JFK records after the two spoke.

On Oct. 20, 2017 political operative Roger Stone appeared on Infowars’ The Alex Jones Show to announce that after conversing with President Trump via phone a day prior that he was “optimistic” that President Trump would have the documents pertaining to the assassination of former President John F. Kennedy released. “He was all ears,” Stone said. At that time it was not known what President Trump would do, but Stone remained positive. “And I can tell you, as a guiding philosophy Alex he (President Trump) believes in transparency; he believes in the people’s right to know,” Stone said. This declaration led to a storm of articles and commentary.

After the assassination, it was explained in the JFK Assassination Records Collection Act of 1992 that the assassination records would be declassified near the end of 2017 barring that “the president certifies that continued postponement is made necessary by an identifiable harm…” According to the act, the scenarios of identifiable harm are “identifiable harm to the military defense, intelligence operations, law enforcement, or conduct of foreign relations; and (2) the identifiable harm is of such gravity that it outweighs the public interest in disclosure.”

Despite what many mainstream media companies would have the public believe, this issue does not lack public interest. With that said, it is the opinion of this organization that President Donald John Trump giving the green light on the release of those files was the right action to take.

However, as with any hot button topic there are two sides to this. The opposition to President Trump’s move to unseal the records was not only from some in the mainstream media, but also some government officials. This group also includes CIA Director Mike Pompeo. “Now, a very good White House source – not the president – told me that the Central Intelligence Agency, specifically CIA director Mike Pompeo, has been lobbying the President furiously not to release these documents,” Stone said. That report was later confirmed by Politico and The Washington Post. In addition to that confirmation, CBS, RT and other news agencies confirmed the report.

Add to that the two arguments from the opposition, one argument was that releasing the documents could endanger past and present people and compromise past and present operations. According to the previously mentioned CBS article, while the CIA invited President Trump’s desire for transparency and would eventually release every document in full, they also want to protect the identity of CIA assets and current and former CIA officers, as well as intelligence methods and partnerships that are still relevant. The second and weakest argument was that releasing the documents was unnecessary because it would only fan the flames of conspiracy theories; on top of that, the opposition’s third argument is that public interest was lacking.

While the first argument against releasing the records appears to have merit, a deeper examination reveals how empty and irrelevant the talking point is. Granted, the previously mentioned desire to protect names and methods associated with operations is important, journalists understand that better than many people. In saying that, it is important to have balance as well. At what cost or to what extent is classification of information necessary? The second argument in opposition to the public disclosure of the documents is utterly weak and laughable. First, if releasing the documents would cause a spike in conspiracy theories as the opposing side calls them, why does keeping secrets feed them? When did it become unpatriotic to question governments, their institutions and officials? Why is anything contrary to what is deemed the official story labeled an unpatriotic theory? The third argument is even more trivial than the previous two and can be disarmed and defused with the prick of a pen. Public opinion is subjective and all people can cite polls to embolden their views. To be fair, Gallup has a poll that has shown that a majority in the U.S. still believe there was a conspiracy to kill JFK.

What were the arguments in favor of the disclosure of these records? To put it all in a nutshell, turn to Roger Stone. When discussing with Alex Jones why the CIA was urging President Trump to hold off on the release until a review of the already long withheld files is done, Stone gave his answer to the CIA’s unsurprising request. “Why? Because I believe they show Oswald was trained, nurtured and put into place by the CIA. It sheds very bad light on the Deep State, the very same characters trying to take down our president right now,” Stone said. Stone has been a longtime advocate of transparency in regards to the Kennedy assassination. Even in the face of people critical of those unfairly deemed conspiracy theorists by news organizations or individuals, there are other prominent people who share his quest for truth in a corrupt world, with corrupt people, running corrupt governments and corrupt organizations. Lou Dobbs and Sebastian Gorka are two people who are respected in their fields. They even voiced their frustration with the FBI and CIA on mainstream media.

The above clip alone only solidifies how weak the counters of the intelligence agencies really was. The below Tweets reinforce Stone’s words on President Trump’s respect for transparency.


It was later discovered that President Trump did not bend to the will of the intelligence agencies. As formally stated, it is the opinion of this organization that President Donald John Trump giving the green light on the release of those files was the right action to take. Regardless of what many celebrity journalists and establishment characters said prior to the opening of the metaphorical JFK vault, citizens did learn something new, and will only continue to learn more as the documents continue to be examined. There were golden nuggets of previously unknown truth; even mainstream media hosts like Sean Hannity and Tucker Carlson touched on them. For example, the document below is from a surgeon general’s report after viewing Kennedy.

What is said to be widely believed is irrelevant. The point is that President Donald John Trump is the only patriot who did not go along with so called popular opinion as it pertains to the JFK records. He is the only patriot President who truly gave both sides a fair attempt to prove their arguments. No matter the opinions people may have of President Trump, he is his own man. Whether people love him or hate him, they need to ask how one man has been able to do what no other President has, because all citizens should be champions of truth at all costs and no matter the risks. Truth and knowledge come from the freedom, independence, and liberty that enables all citizens to think critically and ask questions. If that is the case, then the costs and risks are worth taking on.

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