JFK's final warning to the American people: If the U.S. ever experiences a coup d'état, it will come from the CIASubmitted by Bob-45 on Sun, 11/17/2013 - 10:09
New York Times
Wed, 02 Oct 1963 04:14 CDTMap Print
All smiles for the cameras, but behind the scenes... JFK with CIA Director Allen Dulles. Right, CIA Deputy Director Charles Cabell. Both were fired by Kennedy. Cabell's brother was Mayor of Dallas, Texas at the time of the assassination.
Comment: This New York Times op-ed was originally titled 'The Intra-Administration War in Vietnam', and was written by a well-known journalist whom Kennedy relied on to 'speak through' in his efforts to counter the massive propaganda efforts of the corporate media to portray him as a 'communist', 'anti-business', 'anti-American', a 'traitor', ad nauseum.
Washington, Oct. 2 - The Central Intelligence Agency is getting a very bad press in dispatches from Vietnam to American newspapers and in articles originating in Washington. Like the Supreme Court when under fire, the C.I.A. cannot defend itself in public retorts to criticisms of its activities as they occur. But, unlike the the Supreme Court, the C.I.A. has no open record of its activities on which the public can base a judgment of the validity of the criticisms. Also, the agency is precluded from using the indirect defensive tactic which is constantly employed by all other Government units under critical file.
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