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Hello, Mrs. Jackie Jura!

Thank You, thank you so much for your website! It's amazing!

I was born years after assassinations of President John F. Kennedy and Senator Robert F. Kennedy. I am not an American, however I think that Kennedy Brothers were ones of the greatest men and leaders ever, right after Pope John Paul II. They died for their dreams and love for citizens of the United States and the world... They died far too soon, too young... And so unfair! I cannot understand this... I guess, I never will.

I would like to ask about some things... Because I was born years after they were killed, I had no chance of meeting any of Them. I cannot be sure what they really were... I can see pictures of Them, hear their words, but I cannot tell what kind of men they really were. I believe that they loved their children, wives and most of all, they loved each other so much. You can see that in their every smile, every glance, every word and move, but still... How can I be sure they just weren't pretending? How can I know that they were good, devoted husbands and beloved fathers? I have read so many books and watched so many movies about Them, but still, I do not know, what I should think.

My History teacher taught me that they were good politicians and dedicated patriots, but had so many faults (e.g they were unfaithful to their wives; they have wanted to win at everything and they REALLY hated losing )... Moreover, my Father thinks, if you are rich and you are a politician, you must be a... son of a bitch. Yes, I am an adult and all, but I was raised by Him, I should trust Him, right? I am so lost...

Deep in my heart, I know that John and Robert Kennedy were truly good, great and unique men, who died for what they believed in. However, if you could give me some evidence? I mean, evidence, not rumors or surmises. I apologize for my English! I've been learning it for two years... I try to do my best, but I'm still making mistakes.

Please, Mrs. Jura!

Ania (Anya) Smith

Greetings Ania,

You can only learn the truth about President John Kennedy and Senator Robert Kennedy (JFK and Bobby) by following your own instincts and doing your own independent research.

You don't have to have been alive at the time JFK and RFK were alive to know the truth. Many people who WERE alive at the time don't know the truth - or don't want to know it - because they allow themselves to be lied to and manipulated - and taken down to gutter mentality by the powers-that-be who own the media and make the TV documentaries, movies, magazines and write the books that the "proles" love to watch and read, ie the gossipy ones full of sex and violence. Orwell explained all this in "1984", ie see Ministry of Truth (Lies) and Prolefeed and Falsification of Past

There is not ONE bit of proof that JFK or Bobby were so-called "unfaithful to their wives" even ONCE - let alone the dozens or hundreds of times they're accused of being (ie with Marilyn Monroe and Tweedle-Dee and Tweedle-Dum and Mafia-goons' girlfriends etc etc ad nauseum).

It can even be pinpointed down as to when the character-assassinations of JFK and Bobby began. Prior to that there was no mention anywhere - in any of the books or magazine articles, documentaries etc etc - of them being philanderers or warmongers or anything other than what the whole world believed them to be, ie good honest men (rare for politicians) who loved their country, their family, their fellow countrymen and their fellow human beings all over the planet.

It was during the late 1970s that the character assassinations began and it was in hopes of diverting public attention away from a new investigation into their physical assassinations - the first one since the Warren Commission - the kangaroo-court that the powers-that-be (Big Brother) had infiltrated with members of its Brotherhood to cover-up their evil-doings and frame an innocent man.


Now listen to JFK, himself, describe how they lie: JFK OPPOSED MONOTLITHIC CONSPIRACY

And also, in previous emails and essays, I've tried to explain why they do it. See JFK WAS GOOD, THAT'S WHY THEY KILLED HIM and KKK KEEPS KILLING KENNEDYS and PLAYBOY'S JFK and JFK POISON PEN KILLERS

The ongoing character assassination of JFK and Bobby (and their brother, Senator Ted Kennedy) isn't slowing down - even after all these years. In fact, several new movies and documentaries are "in the works".

History TV series portrays JFK as sex maniac (sounds to Caroline Kennedy like a despicable hatchet job). National Enquirer, Mar 4, 2010

It's gotten so bad that JFK's daughter, Caroline, is crying out for help - something she has seldom been able to do, perhaps depending on her uncle Ted to stop it, but he never could.

JFK Caroline

Now, in her own way, Caroline is trying to set the record straight by releasing taped interviews of her mother - done a year after JFK's death - that the world has never heard before.

Jackie Kennedy taped interviews to be published (6-hrs talking to major scholar, family historian Arthur Schlesinger). Irish Central, Tuesday, Apr 13, 2010

The gutter-press is already knocking the interviews - saying that because Jackie makes no mention of JFK "screwing around on her" she must be LYING and fabricating JFK & CAMELOT.

The worst fear of the powers-that-be is that we, the people, will believe in the power of good and be inspired by good leaders. Therefore, to destroy us, they destroy what we believe in.

There's a saying that "the truth is out there" and it IS. But to find it, you have to SEEK it buried amongst the lies that surround it in our increasingly sick and depraved world.

All the best,
Jackie Jura

Book: Oprah obsessed with Jackie, Kennedys
by Gayle Fee, Boston Herald, Apr 16, 2010
Of all the revelations in Kitty Kelley’s new Oprah Winfrey bio, this is our favorite: Oprah thinks she is a member of the Kennedy Clan. Ummmm . . . . Earth to Op. Look in the mirror! In the forward to Kitty's catty book - the Official Inside Track Book Club selection for April, BTW - Kelley mentions that, back in 1981, Oprah was rather sassy with the author when she appeared on her Maryland talk show to promote her unauthorized bio of Jackie O. And that was because Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis was the aunt of Op's best Baltimore pal, Maria Shriver. So Oprah was all tsk-tsk-tsk to Kitty, saying her "relatives" didn't like the book one bit! Kitty, of course, had NO idea what Winfrey was blathering about until a producer told her that Op was tight with Maria "plus she's very much in awe of the Kennedys . . . I guess she considers herself part of the family in a way." The producer wasn’t kidding.

When Shriver married iron man Arnold Schwarzenegger in 1986, the bride asked her Baltimore BFF to read an Elizabeth Barrett Browning poem. And don't think the Queen of All Media didn't notice that the only other people who spoke at the service were Maria's parents, Sargent and Eunice, and her uncle, Sen. Ted Kennedy. Kitty says Oprah also bragged about chatting with Jackie "about life, perms and spirituality" and playing charades at Ethel's house. What? No touch football on the lawn? Need more proof that Op thinks she's a certified member of the Clan? How 'bout these tidbits from the tome:

After a supermarket tabloid reported that Winfrey's ex-boyfriend left her at the altar, Oprah called Jackie O. for consolation. Oprah flew back early from vacation to interview John F. Kennedy Jr when he was in Chi-town for the Democratic National Convention in 1996. She ordered new chairs for the set (which she sold for charity on eBay for $64,000 after he died). John-John revealed nothing personal during the interview because she tossed nothing but softballs at him. Nonetheless, Winfrey concluded: "I thought I loved him. Now I know I do." Oprah was an unabashed Kennedy cheerleader, blood being thicker than water and all. She promoted bookswritten by Maria and Caroline Kennedy, attended Kennedy political fund-raisers, hosted a show called "The Kennedy Cousins" and invited various and sundry Kennedys onto her iconic TV couch through the years. It's no wonder Ted Kennedy's widow, Vicki, gave her first interview to Oprah after her husband died last summer. Winfrey became more fervent in her support for President Obama after Caroline, Maria and Sen. Ted hopped on the Barry bandwagon. Until then, she was criticized for not supporting the woman, Hillary Clinton. See OBAMA PAL TRASHES CAMELOT

Let Jackie Kennedy & JFK rest in peace
Irish Central, Tuesday, Apr 13, 2010
Caroline Kennedy has allowed for six and a half hours of interviews with her mother Jackie to be turned into to a book and released next year in time for the 50th anniversary of her father's inauguration. Bad idea. The interviews took place with family historian and major scholar Arthur Schlesinger and occurred shortly after the assassination. Still a bad idea. Schlesinger's relationship with the Kennedys undoubtedly precluded him from asking any tough questions.

Caroline Kennedy was a devoted daughter would never have allowed any controversial comments to enter the public record. Yet the real historical record reveals a far more complex relationship between JFK and his wife than Jackie is likely to talk about. Instead Jackie is in danger of looking dangerously naive about her marriage and her husband. The tapes will doubtless reveal a Jackie who will speak about a devoted couple even though the harsh truth was otherwise -- and Jackie knew it. JFK's womanizing was legendary and Jackie knew enough about it but had the class to keep her thoughts to herself. The new interviews will likely show her up in light of what history has revealed. It seems pointless to do that given that her reputation has only improved in that near fifty year period since. The Kennedy family should let sleeping giants lie.

Jackie Kennedy interviews to be published
by Hillel Italie, AP/MiamiHerald, Ap 18, 2010
Jacqueline Kennedy's interviews with Arthur M. Schlesinger Jr. will be published. During the first half of 1964, just months after her husband was assassinated, Jacqueline Kennedy sat for seven interviews with historian and family friend Arthur M. Schlesinger Jr. They met at her home in Washington, D.C., where the former first lady discussed her marriage, her White House years, election-year campaigning and her husband's thoughts about a second term. The interview is part of what became the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library's Oral History and, at Jacqueline Kennedy's request, was kept sealed for an indefinite time. She died in 1994. Now, with the 50th anniversary of her father's inauguration coming next year, daughter Caroline Kennedy is allowing the conversations to be widely released. In September 2011, Hyperion will publish the transcripts and release 6 ˝ hours of audiotape, providing a new and extended opportunity to hear the famously breathy voice of Jacqueline discuss topics she rarely touched upon in public. Caroline will serve as editor and write an introduction for the book, currently untitled, and a historian will provide annotation. (Schlesinger, a two-time Pulitzer Prize winner, died in 2007.)...

Historian Doris Kearns Goodwin, who knew Jacqueline and Schlesinger, said the interviews might be as close as we'll ever get to a memoir from the late first lady. She noted that Kennedy did cooperate with biographer William Manchester around the same time (Kennedy later reportedly forced Manchester to remove some passages about the family from his The Death of a President) but said that she was likely more candid with Schlesinger because he was a friend and because Kennedy knew she had control of the transcripts. "'The times I met Jackie, I found that she had an incredibly straightforward, analytical understanding of the family", said Goodwin, whose husband, Richard Goodwin, was a speechwriter for President Kennedy. "'So my guess is that these interviews are going to be really interesting. She probably felt freer talking to Arthur, and I would expect the conversations were more freewheeling and insightful".... "These interviews offer a remarkable window into the intelligent, courageous and keen observer that Jacqueline Kennedy was", Hyperion president and publisher Ellen Archer said in a statement. "Readers will be riveted"....

New movie of Jackie Kennedy during assassination planned
by Mike Sampson, Jo-Blo Movie Network, Apr 14, 2010
Darren Aronofsky and his fiancee Rachel Weisz are planning a Jackie Kennedy Onassis biopic that would follow the former first lady in the immediate aftermath of the JFK assassination. The project is based on a script by Noah Oppenheim and the project was initially set-up as a made-for-HBO movie that Steven Spielberg was set to produce. It looks like Spielberg is no longer involved with the Aronofsky version and the version that's currently being shopped is for a theatrical release. Unlike his last two films - BLACK SWAN and THE WRESTLER - Aronofsky isn't working to shoot independently and secure distribution at a later date; they're currently shopping the biopic to studios. This film would be the second time Aronofsky and Weisz have worked together on a project following THE FOUNTAIN, the project they worked on right before Weisz gave birth to their son Henry. Aronofsky is working in the editing booth for his upcoming thriller BLACK SWAN (a film once rumored to play Cannes though that now looks unlikely to happen) while Weisz recently wrapped filming on DREAM HOUSE with Daniel Craig and Naomi Watts.

Post-assassination interviews with Jacqueline Kennedy to be unsealed
by Martin Finucane, Boston Globe, Apr 13, 2010
jackie, pic of schlesinger Just a few months after the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, his widow, Jacqueline Kennedy, sat down for a series of interviews about him. Now, 50 years later, the public will find out what she said about her husband, his work, and life in the White House during an administration that was cut cruelly short. The interviews, strictly sealed after they were conducted, will be the basis of a new book slated for publication in September 2011, the John F. Kennedy Library Foundation announced today. The seven interviews were conducted in the spring of 1964 by historian and Kennedy aide Arthur M. Schlesinger Jr. They were part of an oral history project that captured the memories of those close to the president, who was assassinated in Dallas in November 1963, the foundation said. The interviews cover a wide range of topics, the foundation said, including Kennedy's early campaigns, the Cuban missile crisis, Mrs. Kennedy's evolving sense of herself and her role as first lady, family life in the White House, and the president's plans for a second term. The book, to be published by Hyperion, will be edited and introduced by Caroline Kennedy, and the family plans to make both the interview transcripts and 6 1/2 hours of audio recordings available. Jacqueline Kennedy "believed in my father, his vision for America, and in the art of politics. She felt it was important to share her knowledge and excitement with future generations. It is a privilege for me to honor the memory of my parents by making this unique history available," Caroline Kennedy, president of the foundation, said in a statement.

Jacqueline Kennedy interviews to be made public
Guardian, Apr 13, 2010
More than six hours of interviews with Jacqueline Kennedy, recorded in early 1964 in the raw aftermath of her husband's assassination, are to be made public for the first time next year after her daughter Caroline Kennedy agreed to unseal the tapes and offer the transcripts for publication. The interviews, recorded on quarter-inch open reel audio tape in seven separate sessions, have been closed to all listening under strict seal at the John F Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum in Boston ever since they were conducted. It was Jackie Kennedy's wish that she remain unheard for an unspecified period. Now Caroline Kennedy, who as the sole remaining child of the presidential couple owns the rights to the tapes, has agreed to allow the recordings to be made public and the transcripts to be turned into a book that Hyperion plans to publish in September 2011. The release is designed as a highlight of a series of events to mark the 50th anniversary of the Kennedy administration that entered the White House in January 1961.

Details of the precise content of the recordings remain elusive; the security over the sealed tapes has been so tight that not even the library's archivists have listened to them. A CD version has been made for Caroline who will edit and introduce them in the book form, along with notes and annotations from an historian who has yet to be announced. The interviews were held in Kennedy's home in Washington in the spring of 1964, with the historian and Kennedy family friend Arthur Schlesinger Jr acting as interlocutor. According to Hyperion, the president's widow talks with rare intimacy about her married life in the White House; how she came to see her role as first lady develop during almost three years in the role; her husband's early political campaigns and handling of the Cuban missile crisis in October 1962; and his ambitions in office should he have won a second term.

Kennedy was 31 when she entered the White House. She was one of the youngest first ladies ever, and went on to become one of the most celebrated. She agreed to be interviewed by Schlesinger after her husband's death in November 1963 as part of an oral history project that involved key figures in and around the short-lived Kennedy administration. Other people recorded included the president's brother Robert, his speechwriter Ted Sorensen, future president Gerald Ford and future first lady Lady Bird Johnson.

Caroline Kennedy said the publication and release of the tapes was a way of honouring the memory of her parents. "My mother's passion for history guided and informed her work in the White House. She believed in my father, his vision for America, and in the art of politics, and felt it was important to share her knowledge and excitement with future generations." Proceeds of the book will go in part to the John F Kennedy Library Foundation, of which Caroline is president, which supports the presidential library.

Russian ex-KGB agent buys British newspapers (enabled by Russian PM ex-KGB agent Putin) & Evening Standard/Independent now Russia's (no protest by British gov't or media). The Times/Spiegel, Mar 8, 2010. Go to BRITISH PRESS CIRCUS DOGS

History TV series portrays JFK as sex maniac (daughter Caroline outraged & asks for help), NationalEnquirer, Mar 4, 2010

USA in denial over Kennedy assassination (new Stone film on alternative theories) & Two new JFK assassination documentaries (for people with attention spans). KiiiTV/BigShinyRobot, Jan 29, 2010

A torch extinguished: Ted Kennedy dead at 77 (dropping final curtain on Camelot) & Chappaquiddick defined Ted Kennedy’s career (he would have been president otherwise). MSNBC/BostonHerald, Aug 26, 2009




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