We remember John F. Kennedy, assassinated on Nov. 22, 1963 by a team of CIA, FBI, Secret Service, Office of Naval Intelligence, and military agents.
One of the alleged grassy-knoll shooters (now deceased) later became a five-star general in active service.
A CIA officer on duty that day at the Texas Book Repository was George H.W. Bush, later Director the CIA and after that President of the United States.
Besides being photographed there, recently-released JFK call records show that he made a call from the Book Repository to the FBI. These photographic and written records establish his presence there and the fact that he was on official CIA business. What was he doing there that day?
None of us ever would have suspected that such a thing as this assassination was possible. It went farther than any of us could conceive of things going.
Why did they kill him? Because he wanted to disclose the existence of extraterrestrials.
Because he wanted to close the Federal Reserve and bring back the gold standard.
Because he opposed many of the activities of the CIA and military, such as false-flag operations, like Operation Northwood.