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Offline Peter Kleinschmidt

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Re: Why do some people believe in conspiracy theories?
« Reply #170 on: May 16, 2019, 07:59:21 AM »
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If you had it from God that Oswald was guilty, you'd exclaim 'WOW, I never realized that the conspiracy went this high!
As opposed to footage showing Oswald was not where the WC narrative attempts to place him. That is why LNers say seeing is denying. They have an excuse for everything but then again, they know very little about the case. Their mentors are not very good with film- viewing it, altering it, preserving it, and this is all related to lazy incompetent idiots. I am sure you agree. Don't worry I won't tell the others

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Re: Why do some people believe in conspiracy theories?
« Reply #171 on: May 16, 2019, 02:57:06 PM »
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As opposed to footage showing Oswald was not where the WC narrative attempts to place him. That is why LNers say seeing is denying. They have an excuse for everything but then again, they know very little about the case. Their mentors are not very good with film- viewing it, altering it, preserving it, and this is all related to lazy incompetent idiots. I am sure you agree. Don't worry I won't tell the others

Footage? What footage?

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Re: Why do some people believe in conspiracy theories?
« Reply #172 on: May 16, 2019, 04:13:57 PM »
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Footage? What footage?

He's referring to the Wiegman and Darnell footage  which he believes shows Oswald standing on the TSBD steps during and shortly after the assassination.

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Re: Why do some people believe in conspiracy theories?
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Why do some people believe in conspiracy theories?
« Reply #173 on: May 16, 2019, 04:18:36 PM »

We've pretty much proven Oswald was in the 2nd floor lunch room during the shots...

The people ignoring this are in contempt of the facts...

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Re: Why do some people believe in conspiracy theories?
« Reply #174 on: May 16, 2019, 04:20:15 PM »
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He's referring to the Wiegman and Darnell footage  which he believes shows Oswald standing on the TSBD steps during and shortly after the assassination.

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Oh...?...that footage. :-\

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Re: Why do some people believe in conspiracy theories?
« Reply #175 on: May 16, 2019, 04:42:42 PM »
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Caprio,

LOL

Read Chapter 10 in this fine book from 1994 (if you have the gonads, that is), and bear in mind that I've recently shown that the KGB planted a reverse John Newman-like WW III Virus in Oswald's CIA file on 10/02/63 ...

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I stick with the evidence Graves. Your obsession with Russia is as big a red herring as the WC's LHO did it all alone nonsense. 😄

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Re: Why do some people believe in conspiracy theories?
« Reply #176 on: May 16, 2019, 04:48:13 PM »
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Great question Rob.
I raised this very issue in a new thread, and for some reason it got moved or deleted.
I think that they don't really believe it, in this particular case regarding J.F.K's assassination, but because they are of a certain ancestry back round they will support it even knowing it not to be true.
The vast majority of them are W.A.S.P's or White anglo saxon protestants.

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Take all of this for example

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Quote from: Ross Lidell on March 18, 2019, 11:53:25 PM

    Number 4 applies to most Conspiracy Theorists on this forum... IMHO.

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So the fact that the WC failed to support any of their claims in regards to the shootings doesn't bother you in the least, huh? The official narrative is NOTHING but a theory too in case you didn't know this.

Why do you support theories with no supporting evidence? What does that say about your psyche?

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The answer is simple it is not about his personal psyche, instead it is about his ancestry, and where he originated from.
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If you google all of these lners surnames you will find that most of them are of Brit decent and they hated J.F.K for his Irish back round as a rule. Even if they had it from God himself that Oswald was innocent, they would never admit it, or announce it, to be known

There is a large number of British and Australian LNers these days Michael. In fact, it feels like the LNer operation has moved across the pond.

What is odd about this is that England was one of the first places that declared the official narrative to be false. The times are a changing.
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Re: Why do some people believe in conspiracy theories?
« Reply #177 on: May 16, 2019, 04:52:22 PM »
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If you had it from God that Oswald was guilty, you'd exclaim 'WOW, I never realized that the conspiracy went this high!

The problem with your position is the FACT that you cannot cite one piece of evidence that supports the claim that LHO shot anyone on November 22, 1963. Why is that if he really did it as you incessantly claim?

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Re: Why do some people believe in conspiracy theories?
« Reply #178 on: May 16, 2019, 04:57:16 PM »
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Why do you misrepresent the evidence in order to claim that the evidence is unsupported?

Why do you lie like this? I do not misrepresent the evidence as you claim. I CITE the evidence and put a link to it so others can read it for themselves. You, OTOH, never cite the evidence. You just claim that it shows LHO did it. Why is that if you are honest?

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Re: Why do some people believe in conspiracy theories?
« Reply #179 on: May 16, 2019, 06:24:00 PM »
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I stick with the evidence Graves. Your obsession with Russia is as big a red herring as the WC's LHO did it all alone nonsense. 😄

To the Mexican Police right after the assassination, Cuban Consulate secretary Sylvia Duran (who was only 5' 3.5" herself) described the "Oswald" who had given her a passport-sized photo of real-deal Lee Harvey Oswald as "short" and "blonde" (later clarified as "light blond-haired" in her HSCA testimony), but CIA saw to it that those two words were left out of accounts of her late 1963 interrogations in Mexico City.

In retrospect, why do you suppose that was, given the fact that in 1978 Duran's colleague, Eusebio Azcue, described the same virtual impostor as blond-haired, 35-years old, thin, very thin-faced, blue-eyed, and Prince of Wales suit-wearing?

Answer:  Because by using the words "short" and "blonde," Sylvia Duran was partially describing 5' 7", blond-haired, very thin-faced, blue-eyed, 35 year-old under-cover "diplomat" KGB colonel Nikolai Leonov as the guy who had not impersonated Oswald per se, but who had provided her with that photo of Oswald, and who had instructed her and Azcue and Miribal (perhaps under the authority granted him by a "Letter of Introduction" from Castro) on what to do, and who had probably even had a KGB expert forge Oswald's printing and signature on the Cuban Visa application (based on samples of Oswald's writing KGB had obtained during the 2.5 years he had lived in "The Worker's Paradise").

Fwiw, in her HSCA testimony, Duran elaborated a bit by describing the "Oswald" she'd dealt with on 9/27/63 as having been "skinny" (Leonov was very skinny), and "blue or green-eyed" (Leonov was blue-eyed).)

The Kremlin wanted the CIA and FBI to realize (or at least strongly susect) that JFK had been killed by a Khruschev-Castro conspiracy, so that those two intelligence agencies would cover up the Kremlin's and Havana's involvement. Why in the world would CIA and the FBI do that?  Answer: In order to prevent ... gasp ... Mutually Assured Destruction, aka Nuclear Armeggedon ... and, for the FBI, a fate even worse than that --the tarnishing of J. Edgar Hoover's reputation!

Ergo (and concomitantly), we have the planting of a WW III virus in Oswald's CIA file on 10/02/63 by KGB triple-agent Ivan Obyedkov (mispelled "Byetkov" in Angleton's June 19, 1975, Church Committee testimony), done in cahoots with an Oswald telephone impersonator (probably ... gasp ... Leonov), over a sure-to-be-tapped-by-CIA Soviet Embassy phone line.

-- MWT  :)

PS  Along the same vein, why do you suppose CIA pressured U.S. Ambassador-to-Mexico, Thomas C. Mann, to "chill" (i.e., stop blaming Fidel for the assassination) on November 26, 1963?

Answer:  See above.
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