1968

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Robert F. Kennedy Assassination.jpg
A dying Robert F. Kennedy just after winning the California primary election
The year in which the cabal carried out two high profile assassinations: MLK and RFK, successfully duping the US public into believing that they were the work of a pair of "lone nuts".

Cabal Assassinations

Growing ware resistance continued to worry an increasingly nervous cabal, who were profiing massively from the Vietnam War. In 1968 they carried out two political assassinations of public figures, securing an official narrative which blamed "lone nut"patsies. Almost a decade later, these verdicts were questioned by the Church Committee and the House Select Committee on Assassinations.

Robert F. Kennedy

Full article: Stub class article Robert F. Kennedy/Assassination

Even as US Attorney General, Robert F. Kennedy' realised that he was unable to unmask his brother's killers. Accordingly, his plan was to become president and then use the presidential authority to try to discover and expose JFK's killers. However, he himself was assassinated just after winning the California primary elections.

Martin Luther King

Full article: Stub class article Martin Luther King/Assassination
Witnesses point in the direction of the assassin as King lies at their feet.

The Rev Dr. Martin Luther King, obviously a man of integrity who could not be bought off or intimidated by the cabal. His huge popularity represented a real danger to the cabal, who spied on and threatened him. As he wrote in favour of a universal income and economic justice the feeling grew that he must eliminated grew amongst the cabal members. As with the RFK assassination King's murder was declared to be work of a "lone nut" - a verdict which in 1999 was overruled in a historic civil trial, where a 12 man jury unanimously pronounced that King was murder by a conspiracy involving unspecified " [US] governmental agencies".[1]

Vietnam War

General Nguyen Ngoc Loan, head of South Vietnam’s police and intelligence, executing a prisoner in 1968.

Prague Spring

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Events

Event
Tuskegee syphilis experiment
Operation Paperclip
Cold War
Project Ulysses
Vietnam War
Phoenix Program
Chagos Archipelago/Depopulation
The Troubles
Operation Condor
Martin Luther King/Assassination
Bilderberg/1968
Robert F. Kennedy/Assassination
 

New Groups

GroupImageDateType
MI5/K BranchGroup.png1968 - PresentIntelligence agency
Reason FoundationGroup.png1968 - PresentThink tank
ManTech International CorporationManTech International Corporation.jpg1968 - Present
Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous DrugsGroup.png8 April 1968 - Present
 

Groups that were Wound Up

GroupImageDateType
Federal Bureau of NarcoticsGroup.png14 June 1930 - 8 April 1968
Operation 40Porter Goss, Barry Seal, Felix Rodriguez, et al.jpgMarch 1960 - 1968Hit squad


References

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