Why I Despise Noam Chomsky!
(CIA Rogues and the Killing of the Kennedys
, by Patrick Nolan)
The other night I heard a talk given by Noam Chomsky, and within five minutes into his talk, as is usually the case with Chomsky, he was falsely claiming that the Kennedy brothers (President John F. Kennedy and Attorney General Bobby Kennedy) had made numerous attempts to assassinate Fidel Castro (disproven numerous times as well).
Many years ago, when I first heard the vile pseudo-scholar Chomsky utter this nonsense, I contacted him and spoke directly to him (I had a bit more prowess with automated telephone systems back in the day).
I tactfully inquired as to his sources in making these allegations as when I read the same allegations in his writings, I couldn't find any sources cited on this matter?
The mealy-mouthed Chomsky threw a hissy fit --- who was a mere mortal to question the great (vile?) Chomsky?
In other words, Chomsky makes the same fictional claims again and again, with ZERO sources to back it up --- real MIT scholarship (brings to mind some other bullcrap spewed by MIT's Simon Johnson)!
The "source" for this disinformation, of course, was isolated and found to be Henry Kissinger, who claimed he was told this about the Kennedy brothers by fellow sociopath and CIA director, Richard Helms. Kissinger would go on to tell his president, Gerry Ford, and spread this patent disinformation to various newsy types who could be depended upon to further spread it around.
So evidently, Chomsky believes Kissinger this one time?
Just as Chomsky supported the Warren Commission Report, the 9/11 Commission Report, the Federal Reserve Bank, and the Wall Streeters ("Really good guys, it was the system," said Chomsky!). Please note these are all big money items, where the real financial fraud is created, not simply being one of a crowd regarding various protest positions over the years.
Patrick Nolan has written the latest book on the assassination of the Kennedy brothers, CIA Rogues and the Killing of the Kennedys
, a great. . . .and horrible book!
A great book because Nolan brings together and repeats the important information:
Helms approached President Kennedy to have CIA agents use the Peace Corps as a cover, and the president most forcefully and vehemently refused.
When Attorney General Bobby Kennedy found out that the CIA was using the Mafia in its operations, he immediately ordered them to cease and desist!
Lee Oswald, portrayed by the propaganda specialists as a "chronic loser" was sociable enough to be elected class president in the eighth grade at PS 44 in the Bronx, and was also later a member of the Civil Air Patrol.
Secret Service agents were reported by police and witnesses to be at the grassy knoll, the nearby railroad tracks, and the rear of the Texas School Book Depository, although the US Secret Service denied having any agents at those locales (a FOIA request would later prove that the CIA's Technical Services Division was responsible for creating the badges and ID documents for the US Secret Service up to and including 1964/1965 period).
A horrible book because Nolan reframes the culprits downwards, calling them "CIA rogues" instead of, as Robert Parry would say, "the CIA with the CIA" --- the actual control element which would brief David Rockefeller before they would ever brief any US president!
Another criticism was that Nolan posited that Lee Oswald was a victim of the CIA's MKULTRA program; possible, but highly unlikely as it hadn't yet been perfected and refined, which it was later by the time of the Bobby Kennedy assassination.
(Nolan suggests Oswald's observed agitation at the Dallas breakfast diner several days prior to the JFK assassination was indicative of MKULTRA's psycho-programming, but Oswald at that point knew of the scheduled assassanation but was unable to contact his probable White House connection, Fletcher Prouty, as he was outside the country at that time!
The other major criticism is that the author does no current research --- had he examined the obituaries for Valerie Schulte's family (she being the so-called "mystery witness" who didn't fit the description by a long shot!), Nolan would have discovered that Schulte's aunt and uncle were both employed at the very same classified section at Lockheed as Thane Cesar, the part-time security guard at the RFK assassination.
Also, Nolan might have discovered that Schulte's father worked at Technicolor Corporation on a classified contract with Lockheed, and that the security chief at Lockheed was the former personal US Secret Service bodyguard of Vice President Richard Nixon, who left that position when Nixon lost the presidential campaign, and would return to Nixon's 1968 presidential campaign after the assassination of Senator Bobby Kennedy.
Nolan does correctly suggest he assassins were SAVAK shooters, brought over for this specific purpose. Unfortunately, Nolan is a forensic historian, not a forensic financial historian --- follow the money trails and they all lead back to the Rockefellers.
As Lee Oswald's former roommate at his last duty station at El Toro said (after he became a judge): "Oswald was not a communist or Marxist. . . .Oswald was on assignment in Russia for American intelligence
." - - Judge James Botelho