The JFK Conspiracy: Order of out of the Chaos

The JFK Conspiracy: Order of out of the Chaos

Lee Goldin's Podcast

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The murder of our President, John Fitzgerald Kenendy, in Dealey Plaza, Dallas Texas, on November 22nd 1963 at 12:30pm was a chaotic and terrifying event that struck fear into the hearts of many. To truly understand the circumstances of his execution one must adopt a broad understanding of its context. Cuba, Russia, Castro, Kruschev, Nixon, Kennedy, Howard Hunt, U2 spy planes, murder plots, elections, coups and executions. It is difficult to understand how amidst this chaos two young men separated by class and circumstance like the President and his assassin could bump together so tragically. The idea that the President just happened to pass a an armed revolutionary looking for a place in the history books is so incredibly coincidental that it couldn’t possibly be true. But that is history. Coincidental chaos. That is what it makes it interesting. That is what makes it worth studying. But the terrifying chaos of history is too much for some I suppose. And the idea that a vast government conspiracy committed a brutal coup d’etat in Dallas that day brings order to the chaos of history. And it soothes the souls of the frightened people to know that there is something greater than themselves controlling their world.
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The murder of our President, John Fitzgerald Kenendy, in Dealey Plaza, Dallas Texas, on November 22nd 1963 at 12:30pm was a chaotic and terrifying event that struck fear into the hearts of many. To truly understand the circumstances of his execution one must adopt a broad understanding of its context. Cuba, Russia, Castro, Kruschev, Nixon, Kennedy, Howard Hunt, U2 spy planes, murder plots, elections, coups and executions. It is difficult to understand how amidst this chaos two young men separated by class and circumstance like the President and his assassin could bump together so tragically. The idea that the President just happened to pass a an armed revolutionary looking for a place in the history books is so incredibly coincidental that it couldn’t possibly be true. But that is history. Coincidental chaos. That is what it makes it interesting. That is what makes it worth studying. But the terrifying chaos of history is too much for some I suppose. And the idea that a vast government conspiracy committed a brutal coup d’etat in Dallas that day brings order to the chaos of history. And it soothes the souls of the frightened people to know that there is something greater than themselves controlling their world.
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