Thursday, January 27, 2022

French Fascists and the JFK Assassination


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“Political language…is designed to make lies sound truthful and murder respectable, and to give an appearance of solidity to pure wind.”

— George Orwell, 1946

An important book about the JFK assassination has been published. The late Hank Albarelli, Jr. has authored a lengthy tome, which draws together various, disparate elements involved in the Dallas coup in an important, timely manner.

Integrating operational elements of the domestic fascist political milieu, active and retired military professionals, the intelligence community (CIA in particular), the defense industry, the Texas and international petroleum companies, as well as dominant political organizations with the forces of international fascism, Albarelli and his assistants have opened a window onto what Mr. Emory believes are in the forces destroying our civilization.

Paramount, here, is the decisive role and position of international fascism in the events of 11/22/1963.

Fascism is generally represented as something of an antiquity and an aberration–an outlier in the development of our civilization.

Nothing could be further from the truth.

Contemporary presentations of fascism are attenuated and superficial, covering neither the evolution of fascist networks through the decades, nor those networks’ inextricable relationships with past and present intelligence agencies and dominant corporate and allied political interests around the world.

In the first of these programs, we explore the account in the book of the role of French fascists in the assassination of JFK. 

In the second, we chronicle the deep political connections of the French steel and iron makers, and their counterparts in the German steel and coal combines. United in their corporatist strategy, they saw anti-labor and anti-communist ideology as surmounting  any nationalist considerations.

For many years, we have set forth the powerful French fascist organizations that attempted to overthrow the French government of Leon Blum and, finally, acted in concert with like-minded military officers, aristocrats and corporate individuals and institutions to subvert resistance to the Nazi invasion.

With the establishment of the Vichy collaborationist regime, elements such as La Cagoule contributed significantly to the governing and enforcing apparatus of the fascist administration.  (more...)

French Fascists and the JFK Assassination

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