1960s/Assassinations

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The most famous of the assassinations of the 1960s
Interest of• John Potash
• WinterWatch
The US deep state widely used assassination against its opponents, which lead to the CIA being put under increased scrutiny in the 1970s.

The assassinations of the 1960s lead to the CIA being put under increased scrutiny in the 1970s.

Outside the US

Various figures of political import were assassinated in newly decolonised nation states by the US Deep state under the rubric of "anti-communism". Although some of these assassinations were denied at the time, this established that US political and economic interests must be heeded by the leaders of newly "independent" countries. The CIA set up Operation 40, a hit squad that was originally aimed to assassinate Fidel Castro.

JFK Assassination

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The 1963 assassination of JFK was a clandestine coup, carried out with the help of Operation 40, the CIA's foreign assassination hit squad. It was a structural deep event, since it handed control of the US Deep state to the perpetrators. This group Mark Gorton refers to as "The Cabal".[1]

Related Premature deaths

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Dozens of people were assassinated to try to suppress the truth about the JFK Assassination, including witnesses who refused to be pressured into changing their story, journalists who determined to get to the bottom of the story and deep state operatives who had outlived their useful role or who were in danger of talking.

Truth And Reconciliation Committee on the Assassinations Of The 1960s

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In January 2019, a group of over 60 people, including members of the Kennedy and King families petitioned the US congress for a Truth And Reconciliation Committee on the Assassinations Of The 1960s, a public inquest into "the four major assassinations of the 1960s (of JFK, Malcolm X, MLK and RFK) that together had a disastrous impact on the course of American history."[2]

 

Assassinated in the 1960s

Wikispooks pageBornDiedSummaryDescription
Guy Banister7 March 19016 June 1964Police officer
Private Investigator
JFK/Assassination/Premature death
A US deep state operative involved in the JFK assassination. Suddenly died after he had attracted the attention of investigator Jim Garrison.
Ngo Dinh Diem3 January 19012 November 1963PoliticianThe 1st President of South Vietnam, assassinated by the CIA.
Fred Hampton30 August 19484 December 1969Activist
Revolutionary
Black rights activist, assassinated aged 21
Bill Hunter2 November 192823 April 1964Journalist
JFK/Assassination/Premature death
A reported who investigated the JFK assassination. Shot dead by a policeman, reportedly accidentally.
JFK29 May 191722 November 1963PoliticianThe last US president to effectively seek to promote the welfare of the US population.
Patrice Lumumba2 July 192517 January 1961PoliticianThe first democratically elected Prime Minister of the Republic of the Congo, abducted, tortured and murdered. Foreign intelligence service involvement is strongly suspected.
Thomas Merton31 January 191510 December 1968Author
Activist
Monk
An anti-war monk who referred to the US Deep state as "the unspeakable".
RFK20 November 19256 June 1968Politician
JFK/Assassination/Premature death
Brother of murdered US president John F. Kennedy, Robert had been his Attorney General and wanted to become US President himself so he could uncover his brothers killers. Assassinated.
Rafael Trujillo24 October 189130 May 1961SoldierPresident of the Dominican Republic - assassinated
Buddy Walthers192910 January 1969Police officer
Driver
JFK/Assassination/Premature death
A JFK assassination related death
Malcolm X19 May 192521 February 1965Activist
Minister
A Moslem leader who advocated violent revolution in the US.

 

Related Quotation

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1960s“After five decades, the mysteries behind the assassinations of John F. Kennedy, Robert F. Kennedy, Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X may finally get the scrutiny they deserve. A group consisting of relatives of the Kennedy and King families, as well as their confidantes and other prominent voices, is calling for a Truth and Reconciliation Committee to get to the bottom of these tragic murders.”19 January 2019


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