Why Nobody Cares About the Kennedy Files.
The CIA likely killed Kennedy and the response is just... nothing?
The National Archives recently unsealed thirteen thousand documents related to the assassination of President Kennedy, just for the story to fade away in a day’s time. I believe there are a number of reasons for this public lack of acknowledgment, but it would certainly seem that the American people as a whole are not interested in the fact that the murderer of one of our most famous presidents was in fact on the CIA payroll. It isn’t hard to understand that the average person has more on their mind today, such as how everything is horrible and expensive. But at the same time, how would they even be expected to hear about this story?
The legacy media sources swept this under the rug, hardly broadcasting the findings. From my perspective, the silence boils down to the fact that this won’t change your day to day life, whether you are a political junkie or not. This tends to reflect more on our culture, where every citizen has spent their entire life under the eyes of the administrative state. We are content with our captors, as demonstrated by our nation’s voting patterns or our government’s successful shadow operations and flourishing spending bills. There simply will not be a mass awakening anytime soon.
Going back to Kennedy, the files themselves were largely unredacted versions of previously released ones. That would explain the downplaying by the media, but it isn’t like much of our population was familiar with those prior files either. In regards to those who do believe there was more to the official story, why would they not be quick to jump on and share proof of their genuine beliefs?
It is important to note that the founders’ generation believed in a strong sense of civic duty, something necessary for a republic to succeed. No participating member of society would have been content sleeping at night knowing there was treason at the highest levels. That is clearly not the country we live in today. Half of the people who did hear about this story immediately discounted it predominantly due to the “wrong” side breaking it. This resulted in the story still holding the feel of an unfounded conspiracy theory despite providing literal answers to questions we have posed for generations now. The contrarian left have many thousands of Americans taking the CIA’s side now. Incredible.
In order to frame any given discussion how they please, unfaithful journalists frequently tend to write articles highlighting responses to a story rather than the story itself. In this case, the lack of a widespread response is the story. Even while writing this a week after it happened, I’m wondering why I took so long to research what the files held. I know the CIA, FBI, etc. are all evil and must be abolished (if not used in favor of my side first), but we take for granted how involved they really are in the restriction of our liberties. The Twitter files showed how they interfered with our elections, and my generation grew up taking our shoes off for Homeland Security. People are inclined not to write how they feel about many topics due to the everlasting possibility that a federal informant is monitoring them. Jokes about FBI agents individually being assigned to watch you still consistently go viral. The surveillance state exists to target its citizens first.
The right recently learned that you cannot cancel something that doesn’t have a face. They ramped up messaging against the FBI for about a month before the 2022 midterms, and it just didn’t go anywhere. As I stated, the complete and total abolition of these government institutions and those affiliated with them need to be abolished, ironically enough for the sake of our national security. Due to these agencies’ existence, there simultaneously exists a class of people who cannot be prosecuted for the very real crimes that they are responsible for. They have no right to that luxury.
If our goal is to not just open up more eyes, but to actually get people to care, you could hope for another Netflix documentary that covers the safe-for-tv facts of the Kennedy-era corruption. And while I am not an avid true crime fan myself, I doubt they would go very in-depth on Jack Ruby’s mafia, which emerging country they served alongside our own government, or how the D.C. and worldwide cabal continue to serve their needs at our expense. The CIA itself could unseal the remaining incriminating documents in the assassination today, and it would still just spike our interest for a week or so. In an age where news and entertainment is such a heavily oversaturated market, we must strive to genuinely resonate with the American people in an effort to elect liberty-minded nationalists to course correct our country in our effort to save it.
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