The Assassination of President KennedySolved at Last!!

In 1960, Richard Nixon was supposed to be elected the 35th President of the United States. Nixon was Vice President under President Eisenhower for 8 years and served his long apprenticeship well. The country prospered greatly during the Eisenhower administration and Nixon would have continued the peaceful policies of his predecessor.

Inauguration of President Eisenhower on Jan. 20, 1953.
Inauguration of President Eisenhower
on Jan. 20, 1953.

A very healthy President Eisenhower was sworn in as President on Jan. 20, 1953.

His Vice President was Richard Nixon.

Nixon was supposed to succeed President Eisenhoser but the 1956 Suez Canal changed everything!!

Vice-President Richard Nixon.
Richard Nixon (1913–1994).
Vice President from '53 to '60.

During his 8 years in office, President Eisenhower had life threatening health problems because he refused to start World War III with the Soviets.

President Eisenhower came to the Presidency at a very dangerous time in history. The Cold War with the Soviet Union was at its height, and the President, as commander in chief, had the final say about the use of nuclear weapons.

President Eisenhower was reduced to a wheelchair after his 1955 heart attack.
President Eisenhower was reduced to a wheelchair after his 1955 "heart attack."

The President had a "heart attack" in 1955 and a "stroke" in 1956.

British Secret Service agents John Foster Dulles, and his brother Allen ran the government during the times of the President's frequent disabilities.

President Eisenhower after his release from the hospital in 1956.
President Eisenhower after his
release from the hospital in 1956.

Since 1945, the Pentagon has direct access to the President via the Military Medical Unit which is always staffed with Pentagon doctors and stationed at the White House.

White House Physician Major General Howard Snyder.
White House Physician Major General Howard Snyder

A Pentagon military medical unit was permanently assigned to the White House in 1945.

Major general Howard Snyder was chief physician.

Colonel Thomas Mattingly "monitored" the President's "heart disease."

These men were there to ensure that the President cooperated with the Pentagon . . . or else!!

Colonel Thomas Mattingly.
Colonel Thomas Mattingly.

There was absolutely no reason why Richard Nixon was not elected President in 1960. He had 8 years of valuable foreign policy experience, and also served in the military during World War II. Despite his failing health, President Eisenhower campaigned for Nixon:

On the day after the election, the President was bitterly disappointed at Nixon's defeat and so upset that his blood pressure was elevated and his pulse irregular. Snyder later reported that the muscular and joint pains Eisenhower experienced around this time were caused by "the shock to the President's emotional system as a result of the election." A few weeks later, Eisenhower's abdomen was badly distended once again, and he was in great discomfort. (Gilbert, The Mortal Presidency, p. 116).

Had Nixon been elected, there would have been no Vietnam War, no Berlin Wall, no MOON LANDING LUNACY, no Cuban Missile Crisis, no 25th (Rockefeller) Amendment, and no Kennedys to restore the British Empire.

President Kennedy's first marriage!!

In 1933, Joe Kennedy bought a mansion in Palm Beach, Florida–a playground of the rich and famous. Across the street lived the George H. Malcolm family. They had a beautiful and vivacious, but twice divorced daughter named Durie. Jack Kennedy married Durie on January 24, 1947.

Durie Malcolm (1917-2008). Age 18.
Durie Malcolm (1917–2008),
at age 18.

Jack Kennedy married Durie Malcolm–a twice divorced Palm Beach socialite in 1947.

Joe Kennedy was FURIOUS. He planned on running his son for the Presidency and a divorcée was not Presidential timber.

He had the marriage annulled, but a formal civil divorce was never obtained.

Durie Malcolm circa 1960.
Durie Malcolm circa 1960.

Kennedy Senior was FURIOUS when he heard about the marriage. At that time, a divorced man–no matter how rich–had absolutely no chance of making it to the White House. Nelson Rockefeller–whose family owned the United States–knew that all too well.

Joe Kennedy had all traces of the marriage removed, and Durie was offered a substantial sum to buy her silence....As a further COVER-UP, she was quickly married in New Jersey to a Thomas Shelvin in July of that same year.

President Kennedy had serious medical problems for most of his life!!

After the death of his oldest son, Joe Jr., Ambassador Kennedy relentlessly pushed his second son Jack toward the Presidency . . . even though he had life threatening medical problems.

In the spring of 1941, John Fitzgerald "Jack" Kennedy tried to enlist in the army but was rejected because of his bad back. His father pulled some strings and he was finally accepted into the navy. In 1943, his ship was rammed by a Japanese destroyer, and John emerged as a WAR HERO.

When his older brother Joe heard of his new status as a WAR HERO, he had to go one better. Joe volunteered for a suicide mission and was killed in a plane crash. Despite his ill health, Jack had to pick up the mantle of his dead brother.

Jack Kennedy was so sick in London that he was actually given the Last Rites in 1947:

While on a visit to London in the fall of 1947, Congressman Kennedy became so seriously ill with weakness, nausea, vomiting, and low blood pressure that he was given the last rites of the Roman Catholic Church. The physician who examined him diagnosed his condition as Addison's disease and told one of Kennedy's friends that "he hasn't got a year to live." Arthur Krock, however, remembered being told by Joseph Kennedy, even before his son first ran for Congress in 1946, that Jack had Addison's disease and was probably dying. Krock related that Joseph Kennedy "wept sitting in the chair opposite me in the office." If Krock's memory was accurate, it would appear that John Kennedy contracted Addison's disease somewhat earlier than previously thought. Indeed, this might well explain Kennedy's illness during his first campaign for the House of Representatives, when he collapsed during the final campaign event, a parade in Charlestown, sweating heavily and his skin discolored. (Gilbert, The Mortal Presidency, p. 154).

Kennedy's serious medical problems were known to many before his election:

As he battled Lyndon B. Johnson for the Democratic presidential nomination, some of Johnson's allies made reference to Kennedy's Addison's disease and used it as an argument against his nomination. India Edwards, a southern Democratic party leader, told a group of reporters that "Kennedy was so sick from Addison's disease that he looked like a spavined hunchback."' She also asserted that doctors had told her that were it not for cortisone, Kennedy would be dead. Another prominent Johnson ally, campaign manager John Connolly, charged that, if nominated and elected, Kennedy "couldn't serve out the term" since "he was going to die" (Gilbert, The Mortal Presidency, p. 157).

Dr, Janet Travell was Kennedy's White house physician.

Dr. Janet Travell (1901–1997).

Kennedy's White House physician was named Dr. Janet Travell.

She was the first female doctor to hold that position.

She was senior to the Pentagon's Dr. Burkley.

Dr. Travell and Kennedy in the White House.
Dr. Travell and Kennedy
in the White House.

She was discreet and never spoke to the press about the President's health.

President Kennedy in his famous rocking chair.
President Kennedy in his famous rocking chair.

The President's ill health was a BIG cover-up.

Dr. Travell alleviated the President's constant pain with a rocking chair.

She also administered 2 shots a day of cortisone to keep him alive until it was time for his assassination.

President Kennedy on crutches.
President Kennedy
on crutches.

Just before the assassination, rumors began to circulate that she had resigned from her position because her treatments were actually hurting the President.

Red roses from Texas!!

President Kennedy and his wife Jacqueline arrived at Dallas Love Field airport on Nov. 22, 1963.

Mrs. Kennedy is presented with a bouquet of blood RED roses.
Mrs. Kennedy is presented with a bouquet of blood RED roses.
  The happy couple are delighted by their reception.
The "happy couple" are delighted by their reception.
Mrs. Kennedy holding her bouquet of RED roses.
Mrs. Kennedy holding her
bouquet of RED roses.

Mrs. Kennedy later said this about the bouquet of RED roses:

Three times that day in Texas we were greeted with bouquets of the yellow roses of Texas. Only in Dallas they gave me red roses. I remember thinking: How funny–red roses for me," the First Lady was to say when at last she was able to look back on things quietly (Gun, Red Roses from Texas, p. 100).

The assassination of President Kennedy took place in Dallas, Texas, on Nov. 22. 1963.

President Kennedy in a motorcade just moments before the assassination.
President Kennedy in a motorcade just
moments before the assassination.

Dr. Travell's suggestion that the Assistant White House Physician, Admiral George Burkley, should ride in the next car after the President was ignored.

The sophisticated ambush had all the hallmarks of an MI6 operation.

President Kennedy is hit by sharpshooters as his wife looks on.
President Kennedy is hit by sharpshooters
as his wife looks on.

The U.S. Branch of the British Secret Service were "protecting" the President as usual.

Vice President Johnson took the oath of office on a Roman missal!!

A Roman Catholic missal is a book containing all the prayers and responses necessary for celebrating the mass throughout the year. That is the book that Johnson used . . . instead of the Bible!!

Vice President Johnson with his hand on a Roman missal. Notice how calm Jackie is as her dead husband is lying nearby in a coffin!!

Vice President Johnson took the oath of office with his hand on a Roman missal or mass book!!

Johnson was just another British Secret Service agent.

Mission accomplished....Standing next to a "mourning" Jackie, LBJ gets a wink and a smile from Congressman Albert Thomas. His wife, Lady Bird, is smiling by his side.
Mission accomplished....Standing next to a "mourning" Jackie, LBJ gets a wink and a smile from Congressman Albert Thomas. His wife, Lady Bird, is smiling by his side.

With the dead President lying nearby in a coffin, Johnson hurriedly took the oath of office before he got back to Washington and had to confront Kennedy's brother Robert.

Dr. Travell was completely excluded from the President's autopsy!!

After the President was assassinated, he was immediately flown to Bethesda Naval Hospital where the Pentagon took complete charge of the autopsy. Dr. Travell was completely ignored.

Admiral George Burkley.
Admiral George Burkley.

Admiral Burkley performed the autopsy on President Kennedy at the Bethesda Naval Hospital. He also signed the death certificate.

Dr. Travell was his superior, yet Burkley never asked her to attend the autopsy.

Bethesda Naval Hospital.
Bethesda Naval Hospital.

Ever reminder of President Kennedy was quickly removed by the new President Johnson:

In the West Wing, the Presidential office was being dismantled. During the night, I walked from the Mansion past the shadowy Rose Garden, and I saw the familiar mementos being trundled away. By Saturday morning, the Oval Room was bare of furniture, books, and the paintings of ships. Only the blood-red new rug remained that Jacqueline Kennedy had planned for her husband's return. He never used it. It was a piece in the mosaic of life and death. (Travell, Office Hours: Day and Night, p. 428).

Back in Dallas, a suspect was held named Lee Harvey Oswald

Dead men tell no tales!!

The entire assassination was a set-up with a lone assassin named Lee Harvey Oswald arrested as the perpetrator. Oswald had a look-alike who visited the Soviet Union, handed out anti-Castro leaflets, and was stationed in the School Book Depository the day of the assassination.

Lee Harvey Oswald (1938–1963)
was the patsy or fall guy for the assassination.

The assassination of President Kennedy was immediately compared to the assassination of President Lincoln.




Dead men tell no tales....The lone assassin Lee Harvey Oswald was conveniently liquidated.

Oswald was shot by Jack Ruby as he was being transferred under police custody from the police station to jail. Oswald was then shot and killed by Jack Ruby on live television.

The funeral of President Kennedy

Mrs Kennedy took charge of the funeral arrangements. She had a copy of a book on the funeral of President Lincoln brought to her and she ordered it to be followed exactlyeven to the design of the catafalque in the White House....Mrs. Lincoln almost died from grief on the death of her husband!!

Funeral cortege of President Kennedy.
Funeral cortege of President Kennedy
  Mrs. Kennedy insisted that the funeral of President Kennedy be an exact replica of the funeral of President Lincoln.  
Mrs. Kennedy praying for the soul of her dead husband at the graveside.
Mrs. Kennedy praying for the soul of her
dead husband at the graveside.

After the assassination, Kennedy was compared to Lincoln, and many people noticed the amazing coincidences in the lives . . . and violent deaths . . . of the two Presidents.

Kennedy's assassination opened the White House door to King Nelson I

British Secret Service agent Nelson Rockefeller almost became President by appointment only. Prior to his appointment as Vice President, Nelson was governor of the British Empire State.

Nelson Rockefeller (1908-1979).
Nelson Rockefeller


Right after the assassination of President Kennedy, British agent Nelson Rockefeller introduced an Amendment to the Constitution that would allow him to STEAL the Presidency of the United States without an election!!

It is called the 25th or Rockefeller Amendment.

Nelson Rockefeller was sworn in as Vice President on Dec. 19, 1974.
Nelson Rockefeller was sworn in as Vice President on Dec. 19, 1974.

After the assassination of President Kennedy in 1963, Lyndon Johnson became President. Johnson had no Vice President until January 1965 . . . but neither did President Truman for over 3 years . . . and the government continued to function smoothly.

In 1965, Johnson introduced the 25th or Rockefeller Amendment that would allow the President to APPOINT a Vice President. Johnson decided not to run for reelection in 1968 due to the unpopularity of the Vietnam War, and the massive protests in the streets.

Rockefeller was able to use his Vietnam War . . . and his faked moon landing . . . as a distraction . . . while he sought to become the first British KING of the United States!!

Vital Links


Aitken, Jonathan. Nixon: A Life. Regnery Publishing, Inc., Washington City, 1993.

Deppisch, Ludwig M. The White House Physician. A History from Washington to George W. Bush. McFarland & Co., London, 2007.

Eisenhower, Dwight D. Waging Peace. The White House Years. Doubleday & Co., Garden City, New York, 1965.

Gun, Nerin E. Red Roses from Texas. Frederick Muller Ltd., London, 1964.

Gilbert, Robert E. The Mortal Presidency: Illness and Anguish in the White House. HarperCollins Publishers, New York, 1992.

Livingstone, Harrison Edward. Killing the Truth. Deceit & Deception in the JFK Case. Carroll & Graf Pub., New York, 1993.

Marrs, Jim. Crossfire. The Plot that Killed Kennedy. Carroll & Graf Pub., New York. 1989.

Travell, Janet,. Office Hours: Day and Night. The Autobiography of Janet Travell, MD. World Publishing Co., New York, 1968.


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