Thursday, November 21, 2013

JFK "Secret Society" Speech

Here's my interpretation of the Kennedy Speech that was given during the "Cold War":

Kennedy is clearly reading from a speech that he probably didn't write and it is addressed to the "free press".

The speech was most likely written for him by Ted Sorensen...

Who just happens to have been a high-level member of the Council on Foreign Relations (on their board of directors)

"The very word "secrecy" is repugnant in a free and open society; and we are as a people inherently and historically opposed to secret societies, to secret oaths and to secret proceedings..."

Of couse it is, but that's doesn't prevent Kennedy from appealing to secrecy later in his speech.

"For we are opposed around the world by a monolithic and ruthless conspiracy that relies primarily on covert means for expanding its sphere of influence...."

The bogey man of the day was the wicked "Evil Empire" the Soviet Union (be afraid, very afraid, says Kennedy)

"In times of "clear and present danger," the courts have held that even the privileged rights of the First Amendment must yield to the public's need for national security."

Basically means, "shut up, slave!"

"They call out to every citizen to weigh his rights and comforts against his obligations to the common good."

Pure Globalist/Marxist propaganda!

"Today no war has been declared and however fierce the struggle may be, it may never be declared in the traditional fashion. Our way of life is under attack. Those who make themselves our enemy are advancing around the globe. The survival of our friends is in danger. And yet no war has been declared, no borders have been crossed by marching troops, no missiles have been fired."

Is he talking about the Golbal War on Terror?

" And that is why our press was protected by the First Amendment...not primarily to amuse and entertain...not to simply "give the public what it wants"--but to inform, to arouse, to reflect, to state our dangers and our opportunities, to indicate our crises and our choices, to lead, mold, educate and sometimes even anger public opinion."

Just swap "educate" for indoctrinate and you'll have it.

"And so it is to the printing press--to the recorder of man's deeds, the keeper of his conscience,"

CON science

I've never really scrutinized this before but, now that I have, it sounds like a speech that could be given by any cardboard cutout "president" today.

Just swap out "Commie" for "Al-Qaeda".

The speech only incidentally mentions "Secret Societies" as an example of something America finds repugnant, even though America is packed with Freemasons.

Of course, Kennedy continues on the explain how important secrecy is in "this present danger" (the B.S. "Cold War")


  1. Great post, Chris. I had never really studied this speech either; just had heard the typical stuff from "truthers" about how Kennedy was against secret societies and stuff. Really JFK was full of nonsense, just like any other typical puppet President.

    1. Thanks, Aaron. I just did a youTube video as well

      I think it's important dispel the myths surrounding Kennedy.

  2. Kennedy was bloodlines but that doesn't mean if bloodlines (the real "made men" of the real mafia) start biting the hand that feeds, they won't be all dressed up for becoming a "made man" and then whacked like Joe Pesci in Goodfellas to teach the others a lesson. Bloodline or not, if you cause too many problems they write you out of the script by WHACKING your ass. Easy enough to do with one fucking guy, much easier than pulling some some other elaborate nonsense.

    "Democracy is the art and science of running the circus from the monkey cage." -- H. L. Mencken

    The word con-science can be read two ways:

    Contrary or against science - meaning that which requires you to go against science, scientific method, reason and logic because of so-called higher "moral" misgivings. This is the false dichotomy between the moral (that course of action which gives more-of-all and more-for-all simultaneously, but never in equal proportion, in keeping with natural inequalities yet sacrificing none in the process, and requiring only the bearing of responsibilities for free choices and actions, in short the win-win dialectic of true civilization based on eternally vigilant and immediate defense by primal force the non-aggression principle) and the scientific or reasonable, set up through the original mass-media Psy-Ops of that belief-based-virus spreading machine extraordinaire: religion or the elevation of symbology (disambiguation) or interpretation of symbols and irrational allegories into some type of bullshit "higher" form of rationality called "spirituality." It's nothing but a con-game, preying on most people's often unsatisfied higher needs for a truly clear-headed and multi-faceted rationality which combines linear and non-linear thinking. Geniuses have this ability, most common people don't, but they still feel the need for it, to rise to that level. There the conman comes in to sell them their counterfeit, so the con-man's science is what conscience of this type really is but, of course, it is considered the "right" thing to do by those who don't understand that higher rationality or what someone like Nietzsche expresses is automatically "of the spiritual"


    Conspiring with science. That which conspires WITH science, in the true sense of the word "science" is also that which is right. True wealth is created and not at anybody's expense and health is one letter away from it. When you conspire with science instead of conspiring with assholes to con people a virus for their brains, you move forward in the win-win dialectic instead of win-lose.

    ~ Herge Degrelle

  3. "In my Future of an Illusion…I was concerned much less with the deepest sources of the religious feeling than with what the common man understands by his religion - with the system of doctrines and promises which on the one hand explains to him the riddles of this world with
    enviable completeness, and, on the other, assures him that a careful Providence will watch over his life and will compensate him in a future existence for any frustrations he suffers here. The common man cannot imagine this Providence otherwise than in the figure of an enormously exalted father. Only such a being can understand the needs of the children of men and be softened by their prayers and placated by the signs of their remorse. The whole thing is so patently infantile, so foreign to reality, that to anyone with a friendly attitude to humanity it is painful to think that the great majority of mortals will never be able to rise above this view of life. It is still more humiliating to discover how large a number of people living today, who cannot but see that this religion is not tenable, nevertheless try to defend it piece by piece in a series of pitiful rearguard actions." - Sigmund Freud (on Religion

    "Religious feeling is therefore a character inherent in the very structure of the human mind, and is the expression of a need which must be recognized by the biologist as neither superficial nor transitory. It must be admitted that some philosophers and men of science have at times denied to the religious impulses of man their true dignity and importance. Impelled perhaps by a desire to close the circle of a materialistic conception of the universe, they have tended to belittle the significance of such phenomena as they were unable to reconcile with their principles and bring within the iron circle of their doctrine. To deal with religion in this way has not only been an outrage upon true scientific method, but has always led to a strong reaction in general opinion against any radical inquiry by science into the deeper problems of man's nature and status. A large and energetic reaction of this kind prevails to-day. There can be little doubt that it was precipitated, if not provoked, by attempts to force a harsh and dogmatic materialism into the status of a general philosophy. As long as such a system is compelled to ignore, to depreciate, or to deny the reality of such manifestly important phenomena as the altruistic emotions, the religious needs and feelings, the experiences of awe and wonder and beauty, the illumination of the mystic, the rapture of the prophet, the unconquerable endurance of the martyr, so long must it fail in its claims to universality. It is therefore necessary to lay down with the strongest emphasis the proposition that the religious needs and feelings of man are a direct and necessary manifestation of the inheritance of instinct with which he is born, and therefore deserve consideration as respectful and observation as minute as any other biological phenomenon." ~ Instincts of the Herd in Peace and War, Wilfred Trotter 1916

    ~Herge Degrelle

  4. that was a moving cut n paste job. thank you


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