Sure not a JFKphile, I see no reference to military or national secrets of which he was no small player.
Sounds like an obsfucation, to me.
Certainly, JFK had a perspective on national intel operations that was well above average. I realize that you seem to consider your perspective infinitely higher in quality than JFK's. I have a different view on your perspective.
posted on 12/10/2018 5:06:05 AM PST
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Now I am a liar? Or do you contend the was no secrecy re: Cuba? Bay of Pigs? Blockade? His comments sure look like a stab @ societies like Skull&Bones. While I wouldn't have participated, I am blissfully unaware of of 'secret oaths' as part of being a member of the Intel community. Even the Führereid was open.
I realize that you seem to consider your perspective infinitely higher in quality than JFK's. I have a different view on your perspective.
History has proven the false front of Camelot, while there is some of JFK that was admirable, some wasn't. Again, JFK wasn't talking about CIA here and that is obvious from the context and being an employee of that agency doesn't require such nonsense. But you deal in a lot of nonsense lately.
posted on 12/10/2018 8:49:59 AM PST
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