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For many years leading up to the death of John Fitzgerald Kennedy and beyond this magazine pressed as its theme that Adolf Hitler did not die and was hiding in Argentina, printing views like this one right up to the death in Dealey Plaza, and yet, despite this banging on with a chronic theme of Hitler’s escape, they leapt into the foray announcing that Castro was behind the murder of Kennedy.
Life Magazine requires a thorough evaluation in order to understand the orchestration of the crime and it’s meaning in the context of the riddle of the Carousel Club. In the past I have guided my readers through the Semiotics of Oswald’s Diary edition and shown the manner in which NEVA Corporation gave the Jews a rest (Demarest) through Carnegie Mellon by the AIDS attack. The most salient fact of the Kennedy funeral edition in terms of JFK is its tone with respect to him of dull Sunday benediction but only on the topic of Kennedy. Sometimes when you take a picture of a monument you take the picture alone and it lacks immediacy, but when you include the surroundings, the nesting of its place, whether trees or wires, you can bring it to life.
The showcase wall of media in this crime surrounds the presentation in a Tabloid wall of advertisements and seemingly unrelated matter that define for the audience the limits of giving a shit about it. JFK is drafted into a web of man’s search for meaning as a conscript of the seemingly unrelated material from the Texas Schoolbook. The overpowering of sentiments by greed and necessity is what is meant by the tonal words in Carousel (care, oh sell). The magazine describes the haste of Oswald’s burial and adds the strange touch of scavengers taking vials of the ground for souvenir. In other words, the play by holocaust survivors on scavenger souvenir that came to roost when Lennon faked his own death and the Beatles made a grab on the script by Gail Burstyn, was already a lock on the observation in the making.
Walt Disney was the original birther. Franco of Spain capitalized on Disney’s true birthplace. He was a deviant hater, who followed Reagan personally to the stand of the House UnAmerican Affairs Activities Committee to testify. He, Reagan and the British Crown glorified in the idea of such strict and total control over the mind of America that they could stage a false reality and gain control of dreams through Pentagon Disney. The apathy that greeted testimony about the cruel and unusual character of the Beatles towards me, the development of Ultrahigh and the AIDS syringe, are a deeply troubling part of the agenda in reality crime.
Although a parasol would have been conspicuous, there is no secret about the umbrella in Dealey Plaza nor that the Prime Minister of Japan was the most effusive in greeting London Johnson. Oswald was a tabloid generator from the society of the Police Gazette.
The question of whether we were actually safe in the hands of Kennedy’s killers asks us to choose sides in an assortment of industrial and institutional affairs. The personality change was vigorously uploaded with the change or regime. Surprise, surprise, surprise.
The NEVA research shows that deafness was impacted on me as a symbol of dishonor, with the woman clasping their hands over their ears above the symbol of the re-routed motorcade as signifier of the atomic blast and the execution of JFK as a war criminal for Yoko Ono’s revenge plan. There it is again in the funeral Life edition, over the stories of battered debutantes. half a man, left hand fist in the air, one ear covered. Most sinister of all is there in cold blood Mido and the underlined word never.
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