Dear Jim: Drinking The Kool-Aid
I remember the first time that I was asked to drink the Kool-Aid. It was November 1963 when I, along with my fellow Americans were asked to believe that Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone in assassinating JFK. It took me about four years to realize that scam. Now, although fully 61% of us have come to doubt that official story, the truth has still been sealed from us. Right after high school I was in officer training at the Air Force Academy when we were told in August that the North Vietnamese had attacked a U.S. warship in the Gulf of Tonkin. That was the second time I’d been asked to swallow the Kool-Aid, but, somehow, intuitively, I knew right when we got the announcement that there was something wrong with that story. Several years later, after millions of deaths and agent orange continuing to cause a high percentage of birth defects, it came to light that the Gulf of Tonkin had been a false flag event to fool the public and lawmakers into involving us into that ill-fated war.
Then in 1968 in quick succession we were asked to drink Kool-Aid again with the assassinations of MLK by James Earl Ray and RFK by Sirhan Sirhan. By that time I’d seen the Kool-Aid offered so many times that I was hesitant to drink. Years later the King family proved that Ray was not the killer and that the killing had been arranged by J. Edgar Hoover, who was also involved with the JFK assassination. Still, to this day, and thanks to the collusion of the media, most people have not undrunk the Kool-Aid and remain ignorant. The same is true of RFK where the fatal bullet came from inches behind RFK with Sirhan standing several feet in from of him. Ray died in prison and Sirhan is still behind bars.
While the Kool-Aid was offered several times over the following twenty plus years, the next time I remember the Kool-Aid was the official story of why we were invading Panama in late 1989. After the U.S. forces couldn’t find Noriega for a week, we were shown on TV and in all the papers a picture of Noriega's supposed apartment where on display were drugs, child pornography, witchcraft and one other evil. I was aghast at that Kool-Aid, muttering to myself, “After a week, you can’t find Noriega, and now you want me to believe that this apartment picture with the four 'evils' is real?” A few years later I saw The Panama Deception, which won an Oscar for best documentary. There it was revealed that the photo of Noriega’s apartment that was used to demonize him, was the very same picture the CIA had provided to demonize Chile’s President, Salvador Allende just before the CIA was involved in his assassination. George H.W. Bush dubbed the Panama invasion “Operation Just Cause.” Just Cause, Really? H.W. was also there in Dallas when JFK was shot.
Then in 1995 when the Oklahoma City bombing killed so many, we were told that the bomb in the van parked on the street did all the damage. We were only briefly told about the bombs found inside the building before that news was pulled. The Kool-Aid offered was that Timmothy McVeigh’s van did all the damage when forensics showed that the bombs inside did the major damage.
By this time the architects of the Kool-Aid must have thought that they could get away with anything as long as the press could be controlled. With the collapse of the Soviet Union, we needed a new enemy to justify why we spend more money on the military than all the other nations combined. As Eisenhower warned in his farewell address, “Beware of the military industrial complex.” And so it was on September 11, 2001 that we were repeatedly shown images of the Trade Towers. Unlike a couple of my friends who intuitively knew that we were being hood-winked, I initially drank of some of that Kool-Aid that day and for several months thereafter — until I realized that the official story defied the laws of physics. Yet with now only 21 percent of those polled agreeing with the official story that the building collapsed due to fires alone, still all the main-stream media and the politicians keep going along with this impossible story.
And that brings me to the Kool-Aid we are now being asked to drink. Again it took me a couple of months and a lot of research to realize that the powers-that-be have the media control and clout to serve us the drink AGAIN! Watch as this plays out in the long run. Vaccinate, vaccinate, vaccinate — the drink is being fed to us all the time now. Well, sorry, but ever since that first drink in November, 1963, I’ve consumed too much Kool-Aid already, and I’m on to you now. Still though, as much as we know and as much as we suspect that’s a part of some diabolical agenda(s), if we were to learn everything that’s really going on, it would blow even our minds. So, until the truth is fully known, think before you drink. Jack