Skip to comments.Ever War: President Lancer and the Honeytrap
Posted on 09/17/2010 9:32:37 PM PDT by wizkid
In January 1963, the mentally disturbed owner of the Washington Post, Phillip Graham, startled a gathering of newspaper editors at the swank Arizona Biltmore Hotel by seizing the convention microphone and spinning a bizarre tale of a presidential affair all the while undressing. Wild as it may seem, the affair involved a far left socialite and allegations sex and LSD used to manipulate the President of the United States to support a one world government. Air Force One was quickly dispatched to shuttle a tranquilized Graham back to Washington in a straight jacket and the editors, who adored Kennedy, quickly hushed up the matter. By August 1963, a shotgun blast had blown Phillip's brains out and his wife, Katherine, was contesting his will. By November 1963, a sniper had done likewise to John Kennedy. By October 1964, Mary Pinchot, the socialite in question, was murdered with one bullet through the heart and the other through the brain at close range.
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- Hugo Grotius
This ought to be interesting.
In addressing the question of whether it is better to be loved than feared, Machiavelli writes, The answer is that one would like to be both the one and the other; but because it is difficult to combine them, it is far safer to be feared than loved if you cannot be both. As Machiavelli asserts, commitments made in peace are not always kept in adversity; however, commitments made in fear are kept out of fear.
I remember as a child in early 1963 a trailer or preview of a black and white film called ‘Party Girls for the President’. It was very risque for that time period.
The film never was shown, as I remember. So it was probably pulled from public viewing. Obviously lots of people knew the kind of man John F. Kennedy was.
I believe that “mentally disturbed” is part of the requirements for that post to this day.
“In 1998, President Clinton was impeached for actions he allegedly either took or ordered in an attempt to keep secret certain sexual improprieties he had committed with a White House intern.”
Uhm, no. He was impeached for high crimes and misdemeanors. His act of perjury undermines the process of truth finding in a trial. If Clinton had successfully perjured himself, Paula Jones would have been denied a fair trial, in which she was litigating for the the truth.
To rectify, a note has been added:
“JohnQuincy Note: Clinton was actually not allegedly convicted by the House of Representatives of perjury to a grand jury and obstruction of justice and acquitted by the Senate on largely party line votes.”
Still, I liked your site.
Thanks for the post.
It is always a thrill to hear that other people share an interest in similar topics.
To understand the psychopathic mindset, Machiavelli would probably be a good place to start.
Lots of interesting information and have not seen anywhere else
And with lots of links and references to investigate further, and look into all these interesting matters further.
Again, I recommend this site to anyone interested in history and the truth especially the history that has been covered up from the day it happened until today — for example, remember John Edwards? It is amazing what was covered up for that guy so successfully And for so long.
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