Forty-six years later, and what has the Kennedy assassination taught us? Ascendency of invisible government? A faulty investigation that based its findings all around a scenario that is virtually impossible? What about members of the Warren Commision like Allen Dulles who were enemies of Kennedy? One of my favorite movies is JFK and it is thanks to that movie that pieces of documents that were previously hidden away from the public are being exposed.
It is my ferm believe that there was a strong conspiracy surrounding President Kennedy, and a transfer of power that reversed Kennedy’s policies. Also, it is belief that Kennedy is very well one of the last president’s that understood the noninterventionist foreign policy. It was Kennedy who in reference to Vietnam who said “it is their war, they’re the ones that are going to have win it or lose it.”