The evidence is there, the coincidences are so vast that I don’t think calling them coincidences is an accurate term anymore. In this video you will see how the Warren Commission (which was brought together and hand picked by LBJ himself) was created to cover up the greatest political scandal of LBJ’s career…the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. You will also hear the death bed confession of E. Howard Hunt about the role that LBJ played in the assassination as well as other key players who Johnson sought out personally for this grievous crime. The facts don’t lie. One day, maybe not in my lifetime, we will know the truth.
I consider myself to be a big conspiracy theorist. However, I’ve always believed that 9/11 was a carefully orchestrated accident that resulted the in the failure of multiple government agencies not paying attention to evidence of an impending terrorist attack. I can say without question that after seeing these series of experiments, I no longer believe that.
This is the scientific evidence I have been searching for that concludes beyond a shadow of a doubt that thermatic material played a part in the destruction of the World Trade Center. The facts are there, this guy who spent a great deal of time (and money) to prove a point is showing you pictures of what the WTC column looks like next to one of his columns. The similarities are eerie. The facts are indisputable. You can’t ignore science when presented with these facts.
To further my research, I looked up pictures of the core columns from the WTC disaster site (pre-cleanup & recovery). What I found was disturbing. I don’t believe our government had a hand in it, but I believe there were more people involved in the plotting and carrying out of this attack that we have been made to believe. One day, the truth will be revealed and it will be at a time when those who had a direct hand in it will be long dead, gone and forgotten. When nobody else is around to take the fall, that’s when the truth shall be revealed. In time, we will all come to know what really happened prior to and on the day of 9/11.
With the 2016 Presidential hopefuls a buzz, I preset to you a video that I pray will stop you from potentially making one of the worst decisions of your life – a vote for Hillary Clinton for President in 2016.
This is a woman who does not care about your or me. She is scripted, cold, aloof, an elitist snob…just to name a few. She has a background of being able to manipulate those around her while hiding the truth. Through her many lies, deceit and corrupted motives, Hillary Clinton is NOT what America needs.
If you don’t believe me, pencil in 1 hour and 39 minutes into your Google calendar and watch this film.
The Resident of the United States
The science of fingerprint analysis instead examines many unique features found in the fingerprint patterns. It is an exact science. A match is given a score based on the number of elements that are identical on any two sets of prints. A “match” is usually confirmed if there are at least 12 identical elements.
Most of us knew Lyndon Banes Johnson as “LBJ” — the tall man with the Texas accent who reluctantly assumed the responsibilities as the 46th president of the United States following the assasination of John Kennedy. Some of us remember him addressing the nation, looking like a sad hound dog, regretting that more American soldiers had died in the Vietnam War — a conflict that divided the nation between Democrats and Republicans, between the old and the young and between the rich and the poor.
Not many of us knew who Lyndon Johnson was before he was placed on the Kennedy presidential ticket in 1960. He was simply a senator from Texas. It was John Kennedy who took the spotlight, leaving LBJ in the shadows.
|This photo was among the personal archives of Lyndon Johnson, collected after his death. Known as the “Box 13 Scandal,” many believe it supports the stories that the election was rigged.|
John Kennedy had his personal demons. He was addicted to IV “meth” (methamphetamine) and steroids because of his severe back pain and chronic Hodgkins disease. He was also a womanizer. He had many affairs while a Senator and these were well documented by J. Edgar Hoover. Hoover, who had his own sexual demons (he was a closet homosexual), was himself blackmailed by organized crime and big oil interests into threatening the Kennedys with exposure of JFK’s sexual activities unless he allowed Johnson a place on his ticket. Hoover played his card and the Kennedys reluctantly folded. According to Kennedy’s personal secretary, Evelyn Lincoln, both Bobby and John Kennedy were extremely upset about the decision.
Clint Murchison [above] was an oil millionaire whose wealth was made in the wildcat oil business, nurtured and preserved by the Oil Depletion Allowance. He owned about 500 different companies and controlled just about everything and anything in Texas. He extended his influence to Washington DC and other powerful venues through a very special hotel that he ran — the El Charro Hotel — in La Jolla, California.
“If the United States ever experiences an attempt at a coup to overthrow the government, it will come from the CIA. The agency represents a tremendous power and total unaccountability to anyone.” — JFK
H. L. Hunt [right] was likely the richest American in 1963. His estimated worth was about 5-billion dollars. He was especially interested in preserving the Oil Depletion Allowance and disliked the social programs proposed by the Kennedy administration. He told the gathering of compatriots that the only way to get Communists like the Kennedy brothers out of office is to “shoot ’em out.”
Ironically, Hunt Oil benefited from Johnson’s rise to power and, in more recent times, stands to benefit from the War in Iraq. In September 2007, Hunt Oil signed a deal with the Iraqi Kurds to develop their vast oil reserves. It is the just first big oil company to reap the plunders of Bush’s war. Yes, the rich get richer.
What if I were to tell you that the man we all know as John Wilkes Booth, the assassin of President Abraham Lincoln went on to live another 40 years after he killed President Lincoln? You’d say I am crazy, but I have sufficient evidence to the contrary.
Most historians allege that John Wilkes Booth, the assassin of Abraham Lincoln, was killed in Garrett’s barn on April 26, 1865. Because there was so much mystery surrounding the autopsy and subsequent burial of Booth, some held the belief that Booth didn’t really die that night. Some claimed that Booth had actually escaped and that the man shot in the barn wasn’t really Booth. They further believe that when officials in the American government discovered that they had the wrong man, to escape embarrassment, the matter was quickly covered up. The controversy settled down by the time that the conspirators’ trial was over. There were a few brief rumbles again in 1867 with the John Surratt trial but they too quickly ended. In the spring of 1898 there was much newspaper coverage relating that Booth had escaped death in the burning barn in 1865 and made his way to South America. It wasn’t until 1903 that the question of Booth’s escape surfaced again.
On January 13, 1903 a man in Enid, Oklahoma, by the name of David E. George died. In his last dying statement, the man confessed to his landlord, Mrs. Harper, that he was in fact John Wilkes Booth. This was soon the topic of discussion around town. The January 22, 1903 Enid Wave bore the following article banked with headlines:
WAS IT BOOTH?
The Impression Growing, From Evidence,
Circumstantial and Otherwise, that
the Supposed Remains of
David E. George are None
Other Than the Remains of
JOHN WILKES BOOTH!
From the first the Wave has not believed that it is probable that David E. George… was John Wilkes Booth, the assassin of Abraham Lincoln, however, it is possible. The evidence of Mrs. Harper as to the fact George confessed to her… that he was none other than Booth, the assassin, in connection with the striking likeness to the assassin and the general demeanor of the man in producing parts of Shakespeare’s’ plays and songs around the saloons leads to a possibility in this case…
The most remarkable circumstance surrounding the dead man, as links to the fact that his right leg was broken just above the ankle, years ago. Besides these lines, comes to the fact that J. Wilkes Booth was born in 1839 and was twenty-six years of age when the assassination took place and sixty-three years old in 1902, if living, which would be the exact age of George as is found in his papers.
One thing is certain, the remains now lying embalmed in the Pennimann Undertaking Rooms should not be buried until the identity is made clearer. The remains of David E. George’s body were mummified and kept on display at the undertakers’ for many months. Shortly thereafter, Finis L. Bates, a Memphis Lawyer, bought the mummy and began presenting it on the circus side show circuit. Such were the beginnings of a second career for John Wilkes Booth.
The mummy scattered ill-luck around almost as freely as Tutankhamen is alleged to have done. Nearly every showman who exhibited the mummy was subsequently ruined financially. Eight people were killed in the wreck of a circus train in 1902 on which the mummy was traveling. Bill Evans, a wealthy carnival king, who bought the exhibit in later years, was financially ruined by continual strokes of bad luck after the purchase. Finis L. Bates, the original owner, wrote a book in 1908 entitled “The Escape and Suicide of John Wilkes Booth” which attempted to prove that the mummy was in fact John Wilkes Booth. He suffered much ridicule because of that book and died penniless in 1923. Perhaps the only person to sponsor the mummy and not suffer strokes of financial bad luck was Reverend True Wilson. It must be pointed out that Wilson was largely responsible for originally getting the prohibition law passed. However, shortly after Wilson bought the mummy, the repeal of the prohibition law was made official. (Let each reader make their own determination as to whether this was a cause-effect in this case or not.)
In 1931, at the urging of a showman that owned the mummy, the remains were X-rayed, operated on, and otherwise examined by a group of medical men and criminalists in Chicago, Illinois. It was claimed that the fractured leg, the broken thumb, and the scar on the neck were all verified. The panel was convinced that they had proven that the mummy was in fact the remains of John Wilkes Booth. Despite the fact that the panel consisted of recognized experts in their field, the investigation failed to gain wide publicity. A few pulp magazines and otherwise “tabloid” newspapers were the only ones to carry the story. This, combined with the fact that a showman brought about the investigation, tended to take credibility away from the conclusions of the otherwise more than qualified panel of experts.
The mummy had a strange knock-about existence. It had been bought and sold, held under bond, sized for debt, repeatedly chased out of town by local authorities for not having a license or for violating other ordinances, been threatened by indignant Grand Army of the Republic (Civil War) veterans, and, at least one time, kidnapped (Ads in certain 1928 issues of “Billboard” offer a $1000 reward for its safe return.) Until 1937 the mummy had been a constant money loser.
John St Helen
John Wilkes Booth
David E George
Could the man in the middle also be the man on the left as well as the man on the right?
Notice the distinct cowlick in the hair in all 3 men.
In 1903 when Finis L. Bates (mentioned earlier) read the news concerning the death of David E. George in Enid, Oklahoma, he rushed to Enid to check it out. Bates, in the early 1870’s, in Texas, had been a close friend with a man going by the name John St. Helen. When St. Helen became very ill he confided to Bates (he thought he was on his death-bed) that HE was John Wilkes Booth. St. Helen recovered. Later, when Bates asked St. Helen about the confession, St. Helen denied he ever said it. When Bates read the news of David E. George, nearly 30 years later, claiming to have been John Wilkes Booth, Bates became curious. He wondered if John St. Helen and David E. George were one in the same person. But who are David E George and John St. Helen?
The only known photo of John St Helen – 1870 in Glen Rose, Texas
Wherever and whenever John Wilkes Booth, assassin of Abraham Lincoln, died, it’s pretty much a sure bet it wasn’t in a burning barn in Virginia. Booth had coal-black hair and a clear complexion. When he made the leap from the Presidential box to the stage of Ford’s Theater, he landed on his left foot and broke his left ankle. The man who assisted Booth in mounting behind the theater testified that he couldn’t put weight on his left foot. Dr. Samuel Mudd testified that he splinted Booth’s left ankle. Testimony from eyewitnesses to the shooting of ‘Booth’ in the barn described a man with sandy hair and freckles. His right ankle was broken. There are a number of other circumstances to indicate the man shot in Virginia wasn’t John Wilkes Booth, but these two alone are sufficient to cast more than reasonable doubt on the identification.
Five years after the Lincoln assassination a young, very handsome, black-haired man with a clear complexion turned up in the tiny town of Glen Rose, Texas. He gave his name as John St. Helen. Although he didn’t drink himself, he worked as a bartender. He also acted in amateur theatrical productions in Glen Rose. He had tremendous stage presence, excellent diction and delivery, and was obviously at home on the stage. He also had an almost encyclopedic mastery of the plays of William Shakespeare.
John St. Helen remained in Glen Rose a little less than a year. A local politician’s daughter was to be married. Included on the guest list were a number of US Army officers and the United States Marshal for the Eastern District of Texas. St. Helen got word of the guest list—and promptly vanished.
He turned up about a year later in Granbury. His closest local friend, a lawyer named Finis L. Bates, noticed something. While St. Helen drank not a drop 364 days a year, on one specific day he drank himself into a stupor. That day was April 14—the anniversary of the Lincoln assassination.
St. Helen fell gravely ill while in Granbury. He was told he would probably die of the illness. Local doctors did all they could, but without apparent effect. St. Helen summoned Bates to his bedside and made what he obviously believed was a deathbed statement. “My name,” he said, “is not John St. Helen. I am John Wilkes Booth, the assassin of Abraham Lincoln.”
For a deathbed statement to be admissible in court, three conditions must be fulfilled. The person must believe he is dying. The statement must be made voluntarily. The person making the statement must then die within a reasonable period.
John St. Helen certainly believed he was dying. He made the statement entirely voluntarily. However, he recovered. He never retracted the statement. Instead, he disappeared from Granbury, leaving no forwarding address. Upon searching St. Helen’s rented room after his departure, Bates found a Colt single-shot pocket pistol of a type first manufactured in 1866. It was wrapped in the front page of a Washington, DC newspaper dated April 15, 1865. Bates never heard from St. Helen again.
In 1906 a drunken derelict that used the name David George died in Enid, Oklahoma. On his deathbed he claimed to be John Wilkes Booth. Bates went to Enid to examine the corpse. In the bloated, alcohol-ruined face and body of the man called David George he believed he recognized his old friend, John St. Helen. He claimed the body and had it embalmed—mummified is perhaps a better description—and tried to interest the government in it. There was no interest.
Bates kept the body in storage for a number of years. Then, somehow, it passed out of his possession. From the 1920s through the early 1960s it was a sideshow attraction at various carnivals and circuses—“The Corpse of John Wilkes Booth, the Assassin of Abraham Lincoln.” An X-ray of the body revealed that, many years before, the man’s left ankle had been broken—and was never properly set.
John Wilkes Booth was known to be fond of cryptograms. The name ‘John St. Helen’ could easily be a cryptogram. The first name is, of course, Booth’s own—but also one of the most common given names for men, then and now. ‘St. Helen’ could very well be merely the anglicized version of Bonaparte’s second isle of exile, Ste. Helena. Is the name saying ‘John the Exile?’ Booth certainly was an exile—from society, from his family, from the theater he loved.
How about ‘David George?’ David Herrold and George Atzerodt were two of Booth’s known co-conspirators. Was John St. Helen/David George, if they were in fact the same person, actually John Wilkes Booth?
At this point in time there is no way to prove—or disprove—that. The mummy, which was a traveling exhibit with circuses and carnivals for over 40 years, has disappeared. No one has seen it in nearly a half-century, though photographs of it exist, the skin turned almost coal black from the preservation process. Booth family heirs have refused permission for the corpse of the man shot in Virginia to be exhumed for DNA testing. Did John Wilkes Booth live in Glen Rose and Granbury, Texas, in the 1870s and die in Enid, Oklahoma, in 1906? In that fine old southwestern phrase, ¿quien sabe?
Upon arriving in Enid, Bates headed to the Pennimann Undertakers Rooms to see the body of David E. George. Yes! This was the man he had known as John St. Helen. Bates secretly bought the mummy and took it back to Memphis.
Here are the facts: on the afternoon of April 25, 1865, Booth remembered that he had left his diary, wallet and other personal effects in the marsh a few miles from the Garrett farm. He asked a man by the name of Ruddy, who was caretaker at the Garrett farm, to retrieve them for him. Ruddy left to get them. Meanwhile, Booth got wind that government agents were closing in on him so he took off on his own leaving Herold behind. When Ruddy returned with Booth’s personal items he found that Booth was gone. Expecting him to return, Ruddy kept the personal items on his own person. Herold and Ruddy slept in the barn that night. When the government agents arrived this is why the man in the barn denied he was Booth. This is also why Booth’s personal belongings were found on the body of the man shot in the barn. Lastly, Bates made the claim that no reward money was ever actually paid to anyone for the capture of Booth but yet rewards were paid for the capture of Atzerodt and Payne. Therefore, this proved that the government knew they had the wrong man and that Booth was never caught.
Despite my own personal efforts, I tried for years to get this off the ground and spread amongst fellow conspiracy theorists. But one day, I got the answer I had been searching for. I had sent an e-mail to a friend named Brad Meltzer, author and host of the TV series ‘Brad Meltzer’s Decoded’ about my theories regarding the death of John Wilkes Booth. He became so intrigued over it that he dedicated one whole episode to looking into what I had told him. It was with great happiness that he was able to validate all the information that I was providing him as well as new information I hadn’t discovered yet.
It all led up to what was to be the defining moment that would put the whole matter to rest. The families of the brother of John Wilkes Booth, Edwin Booth, were willing to exhume his body for a DNA sample and compare it to a tissue sample of John Wilkes Booth stored at a Government ran medical facility in Philadelphia. However, their request for a DNA test was subsequently denied by the US Department of Health. As of 2012, no further efforts have been made to bring this matter to a close.
To this day, I can say with great confidence that John Wilkes Booth, the assassin of President Abraham Lincoln did NOT die at Garrett Farm. I can now say that I believe without a shadow of doubt that he did indeed live for another 40 years under two different names.
I may not live long enough to see history be re-written, however I might just have enough years left to see an * next to it with a foot note at the bottom of the page.
The United States Department of Defense issues a memorandum in 2012 called “Full Spectrum Operations in the Homeland: A ‘Vision’ of the Future”. In this memorandum, it calls for the attention of our US Armed Forces to begin monitoring American Militant Groups (more specifically the Tea Party Movement) for suspicious activity. This document states that in the event of a “civil uprising”, that our troops are ordered to fight Americans and use of deadly force is authorized…not abroad, but here on American soil.
This memorandum was cleared through the White House and signed by President Obama a little over a month after he won re-election. Suspicions were raised when Americans began to develop a fascination of the Arab Spring Uprising and thoughts of “What if we did that?” began to develop in local circles. It was this “red flag” that caused our Government to act swiftly and defiantly. The official combat war against the American people began to develop on December 21st, 2012.
This will not be a war of our brave men and women in uniform storming the streets and opening fire. But rather a serious of strategic and well conducted drone attacks on Americans living in the United States.
The Obama Administration is secretly planning a war against the American people. It began with the NSA wiretapping our cell phones and it will escalate further. They want to marginalize us, they want to keep us in a tight knit controlled fashion, well it’s not going to work. You’ve been warned of the impending doom that is to befall us and now it’s our jobs to stand up and fight back. Take back America!
The War of 2016 is coming…are you going to be ready?