John Prados has a new book out called 'Safe for Democracy: The Secret Wars of the CIA.'
After reading a couple of good pages on the beginning of the Psychological Strategy Board I went straight to page 320 where Prados wrote 'and then Lee Harvey Oswald shot President Kennedy.'
Urgh. Another cover-up artist? Too bad. I enjoyed reading his book on William Colby.
There's a parade of Magic Bullet disinfo headed for next year's anniversaries of the CIA murders of JFK and RFK. Get in line, Prados. Mark Fuhrman and Vincent Bugliosi are in front of you.
But Prados also mentions on page 323 an "agency logistics wizard named Jim Garrison."
Uh, who? Never heard of him but Prados paints him for us as having a "gutteral laugh."
Prados then covers his butt after this blatant keyword hijacking by using an asterisk on 'Garrison ' to footnote his comment "Not to be confused with DA Jim Garrison who acquired fame pursuing tendrils of the alleged plots against John F. Kennedy."
So Prados has his poison cake and eats it too, a keyword hijacking of "Garrison" PLUS negative framing on the hijacked target.
The book jacket has approval blurbs from James "bin Laden dunnit" Bamsford and Thomas Powers. That alerted me to the probable big lie on the Hit That Must Stay Covered. Plus Prados credits funding for his book to...the Gerald Ford Library! lol.
Plus I found a 1993 VHS tape of a 1981 Paul Newman/Sally Field movie called 'Absence of Malice' that is a MIRROR of DA Jim Garrison's prosecution of Clay Shaw for conspiring to murder JFK.
Absence of Malice (1981)
Suppose you picked up this morning's newspaper and your life was a front page headline... And everything they said was accurate... But none of it was true.
The D.A., Feds and the police set her up to write the story that explodes his world. Now he's going to write the book on getting even.
Yeah, that sounds mighty familiar, doesn't it? Poor Clay Shaw.
The House Select Committee on Assassinations wrapped up in 1979, the same year that a movie farce based on Richard Condon's novel called 'Winter Kills' made a comedy out of the JFK murder conspiracy.
N.Y. TIMES REVIEW
Movie: 'Winter Kills,' a Serio-Comedy:Spring Fever Time
By JANET MASLIN
Published: May 18, 1979[/b
"WINTER Kills," which opens today at Cinema 2 and a number of other theaters, has been advertised with the slogan "Something funny is happening in 'Winter Kills.' Take it seriously!" [b]You don't see desperation like this every day, nor do you happen upon movies this likable, this ridiculous, or this impossible to describe. "Winter Kills" isn't exactly a comedy, but it's funny. And it isn't exactly serious, but it takes on the serious business of the Kennedy assassination. That's why other ads for the film have been comparing it to "Dr. Strange-love" and "M*A*S*H." They don't do the trick, either.
This isn't a social satire—it's more like a movie with spring fever. It doesn't make a bit of sense, but it's fast and handsome and entertaining, bursting with a crazy vitality all its own. Sitting back and watching it doesn't seem the proper response, somehow. Chasing it with a butterfly net might be closer to the mark.
Aside on CIA author Richard Condon and Nazis-
Condon is the CIA misdirection author who wrote 'The Manchurian Candidate' in 1959 and a 1964 Nazi novel appropriately titled 'An Infinity of Mirrors' precisely when Auschwitz trials were happening in West Germany from 1963-1965. What a surprise, a documentary on those Auschwitz trials of Nazis living only in Germany is on the shelf of my video store right now!
Those trials made the CIA very nervous since old Nazis like Klaus Barbie were still operating as US assets and the CIA had been holding its breath ever since the Mossad scooped up Adolph Eichmann the day after Gary Powers' sabotaged U2 jet came down over the USSR on May 1, 1960. The Operation Mockingbird press barely covered the trials. After the Soviets tried in absentia a Nazi war criminal hiding out in upstate New York in 1965 the executives at CBS/CIA gave us the funny Nazis of 'Hogan's Heroes' starting the week of Thanksgiving and including an appearance on Bob Hope's Christmas TV special.
The double whammy of post-Cuban missile crisis nuclear panic and plotting old Nazis was turned into a joke by Stanley Kubrick's 1964 movie 'Dr. Strangelove.'
The HSCA Chief Counsel, Robert Blakey, put out a book in 1981 called 'The Plot to Kill the President' which is probably why the decoy Paul Newman movie got made for 1981 release. Blakey whitewashed lots but had to admit that Oswald was seen in the town of Clinton (um, nevermind) in the company of David Ferrie and even...Clay Shaw. Too many credible witnesses to deny that one.
Hey, there's a Denzel Washington movie released on 11/22/06 and new on my video store shelf called 'Deja Vu' where the plot keywords are-
Well, how about that?! Ah, another Jerry Brukheimer movie. Psy-ops.
See if you can read this plot synopsis without seeing mirrors and keywords from the JFK conspiracy-
So Paul Newman was cast as an innocent Clay Shaw figure in 'Absence of Malice' in the same way and for the same reason that Robert Redford was cast as a 'good guy CIA agent' in the 1975 movie 'Three Days of the Condor,' to mirror and misdirect with a decoy fictionalization of suppressed information. This tactic is evident more and more from the Vietnam War years to today.
Oliver Stone's JFK movie was out in December 1991 and whipped up renewed interest in the JKF murder for all of 1992 which is probably why the 1993 VHS version of the 1981 decoy movie was released.
Stone was advised by Lt. Col. L. Fletcher Prouty who identified CIA black ops specialists in Dealey Plaza photos like General Edward Lansdale and Lucien Conein.
Only eleven 'Fletch' novels were written to keyword hijack "Fletcher" along with four movies, one of them currently in production. Chevy Chase made the first three 'Fletch' movies with the first two in 1983 and 1985 being mirrors of IranContra cocaine and weapons smuggling.
Chevy Chase's father is/was involved in CIA-controlled publishing of fiction.
(How long before Professor Pan posts that I "have no proof" and that this is all just "confirmation bias?"...1...2....3....)