Sunday, July 8, 2012

On The Robert Wenzel Show: Who Killed JFK and Why?

On this week's Robert Wenzel Show. JFK assassination expert Robert Morrow is the guest.

You will learn:

Who was the next door neighbor of J. Edgar Hoover, for years. 

Where George H.W. Bush said he was at the time of the assassination.

Why Lyndon Johnson was really picked as Kennedy's running mate.

Who were the two most evil men in Washington D.C. at the time of the assassination.

What Richard Nixon said about the assassination.

Who Lee Harvey Oswald really was.

and much, much more.

Here's a different audio version for those of you who would like to download the show as a podcast.

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The Robert Morrow article I mentioned during the show is here.

Also, after the show, Morrow mentioned these two books as being important reads:

LBJ: The Mastermind of JFK's Assassination 


  1. If you know nothing about the JFK assassination or you're a skeptic, please read JFK and the Unspeakable before you go around saying it couldn't have happened. There really are mountains of proof.

  2. Convincing.

    I respect Morrow for freely stating that he doesn't know EVERYTHING (e.g. RFK, Nixon).

    But he left out the Illuminati and the FED!! (kidding :) )

  3. In a similar circumstance, if you read a book entitled Why was Lincoln Murdered, written back in the early 1900s by Otto Eisenschiml, you will find that there was a power behind Lincoln's assassination that centered around those Radicals in his Administration. It is an interesting read and perhaps sheds far more light on the reasons Lincoln was shot than the commonly accepted history which, given the narrative, is weak to say the least.

  4. James Douglas (JFK and the Unspeakable) has a podcast with Lew Rockwell (#150) wherein he says that he cannot say that LBJ was 'in on the murder', because he has no facts to back it up.
    Mr. Morrow seems to have no such qualms.... I am not disputing his argument, as such, but he, too, had no 'facts'...
    "Mary's Mosaic" made lots of sense....

    1. Madeleine Duncan Brown was a mistress of Lyndon Johnson for 21 years and had a son with him named Steven Mark Brown in 1950. Madeleine mixed with the Texas elite and had many trysts with Lyndon Johnson over the years, including one at the Driskill Hotel in Austin, TX, on New Year's Eve 12/31/63.
      In the late evening of 12/31/63, just 6 weeks after the JFK assassination, Madeleine asked Lyndon Johnson:
      "Lyndon, you know that a lot of people believe you had something to do with President Kennedy's assassination."
      He shot up out of bed and began pacing and waving his arms screaming like a madman. I was scared!
      "That's bull___, Madeleine Brown!" he yelled. "Don't tell me you believe that crap!"
      "Of course not." I answered meekly, trying to cool his temper.
      "It was Texas oil and those _____ renegade intelligence bastards in Washington." [said Lyndon Johnson] [Texas in the Morning, p. 189] [LBJ told this to Madeleine in the late night of 12/31/63 in the Driskill Hotel, Austin, TX in room #254. They spent New Year’s Eve together here six weeks post JFK assassination. Room #254 was the room that LBJ used to have rendevous’ with his girlfriends – today it is known as the "Blue Room" or the "Presidential room" and rents for $600-1,000/night as a Presidential suite at the Driskill; located on the Mezzanine Level.]

      From Defrauding America, Rodney Stich, 3rd edition 1998 p. 638-639]:

      From Defrauding America, Rodney Stich, 3rd edition 1998 p. 638-639]:

      “The Role of deep-cover CIA officer, Trenton Parker, has been described in earlier pages, and his function in the CIA's counter-intelligence unit, Pegasus. Parker had stated to me earlier that a CIA faction was responsible for the murder of JFK … During an August 21, 1993, conversation, in response to my questions, Parker said that his Pegasus group had tape recordings of plans to assassinate Kennedy. I asked him, "What group were these tapes identifying?" Parker replied: "Rockefeller, Allen Dulles, Johnson of Texas, George Bush, and J. Edgar Hoover." I asked, "What was the nature of the conversation on these tapes?"

      I don't have the tapes now, because all the tape recordings were turned over to [Congressman] Larry McDonald. But I listened to the tape recordings and there were conversations between Rockefeller, [J. Edgar] Hoover, where [Nelson] Rockefeller asks, "Are we going to have any problems?" And he said, "No, we aren't going to have any problems. I checked with Dulles. If they do their job we'll do our job." There are a whole bunch of tapes, because Hoover didn't realize that his phone has been tapped. Defrauding America, Rodney Stich, 3rd edition p. 638-639]

  5. Russ Baker,"Family of Secrets"(the Bush Dynasty)and L. Fletcher Prouty, "JFK". Both paint a much broader picture of the cunning and the depth of evil associated with all of the players in Kennedy's death.

  6. Where's the evidence? It's all conjecture. I could have given this interview. I'll admit that I hadn't heard about the third-hand report of a taped conversation in which the tape has disappeared. That's new to me, but it is also typical of much of the evidence in this matter. Certainly, I'm convinced that Oswald didn't act alone, but so far I haven't seen any smoking gun evidence to that effect nor any solid evidence of who actually did it. Morrow didn't really add much, as far as I can see, to what we already know.

  7. I'm keeping an open mind and I appreciate his language of "this is my opinion/I don't know" but most of what I heard was "some guy told another guy" kinda stuff and some loose connections.

  8. Lyndon Johnson, Texas oil executives and US military intelligence were at the epicenter of the JFK assassination. There is a lot of "facts" that back that up, but the CIA controlled MSM has carefully kept that from you for 49 years.

    James Douglass has a pretty good understanding of the JFK assassination, but he has not figured out that Lyndon Johnson and his Texas oil men had deep ties to CIA/military people and J. Edgar Hoover who hated the Kennedys. LBJ was one of just a handful of congressional overseers of the CIA in the early 1950's.

    Here is my latest essay on the "LBJ-CIA Assassination of JFK:"