Remembering Two Amazing Casualties Of War

“Memorial Day,” is officially observed by “remembering the American war dead,” – those who actually died in war. Mostly, this holiday has been reduced to barbecues and vacations, paying little mind to the actual cost of lives given by men and women in US wars. 

Maybe, this year, more people will begin remembering 2 extraordinary veterans who died while serving the nation.

General, George S. Patton, who died December 21, 1945, in Heidelberg, Germany, and the Commander in Chief, President John F. Kennedy, who died, November 22, 1963, in Dallas, Texas. Today, would have been Kennedy’s 100th birthday. Both men were true warriors fighting for life and liberty for Americans and humanity around the world. 

Patton, “was killed” in more of a conventional war setting, shortly after World War 2, while still overseeing the European transition. The official story of his death is spun as a freak accident of sorts involving a drunk driver. Your personal research will lead you to compelling evidence that he was murdered. Patton survived multiple assassination attempts. Neither of these men had the opportunity to “fight back,” or defend themselves when they were killed.

I present this following, The UK Telegraph (not a “fake news source,”), article from nearly 9 years ago:

www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/northamerica/usa/3869117/General-George-S.-Patton-was-assassinated-to-silence-his-criticism-of-allied-war-leaders-claims-new-book.html

As the article points out,

“But after a decade-long investigation, military historian Robert Wilcox claims that OSS head General “Wild Bill” Donovan ordered a highly decorated marksman called Douglas Bazata to silence Patton, who gloried in the nickname “Old Blood and Guts”.

His book, “Target Patton”, contains interviews with Mr Bazata, who died in 1999, and extracts from his diaries, detailing how he staged the car crash by getting a troop truck to plough into Patton’s Cadillac and then shot the general with a low-velocity projectile, which broke his neck while his fellow passengers escaped without a scratch.”

The OSS is what would become the CIA nearly 2 years after the death of Patton.

When reading works like Robert Wilcox’s, Target Patton, you will be introduced to evidence that is normally “buried” from public view. 

For, JFK, most of us know he was assassinated.The US government admits that (see the Warren Commission Report). I should add, that the popularly employed in our day term, “conspiracy theory,” was coined by the CIA during the release and in response to the Warren Commission Report. The purpose of the “ad hominem” was to dispel and de-legitimize any credible suspicion or theory as to what actually happened. Isn’t it interesting how we hear this term employed quite frequently now concerning a host of issues and government linked crimes?

However, we do not normally see President Kennedy as an actively engaged warrior fighting a war. Yet, when considering the available evidence brought to light by extremely smart people, we will begin to discover the fuller context bringing greater clarity on the overall Cold War in which the Commander in Chief was busy resisting from booming into a full blown nuclear holocaust against the Soviet Union, saving millions upon millions human lives.

The below video (starting at about 42 minutes in) is particularly insightful. I recommend watching the entire video, but the hour following my recommended mark is 

https://youtu.be/U1Qt6a-vaNM

This is one of those documentaries that is dense with information and I recommend watching it with pen and paper in hand to jot down facts, names, and organizations to begin your own research. The theories presented do not necessarily bring complete clarity, but will help better than the Warren Commission Report, to be sure, of eventually getting there.

Without question, though, Patton and Kennedy, stood for truth, justice, liberty and a better humanity, and for their stance they would become grave threats to powerful stakeholders. 

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