November 22, 2016
LBJ & The Conspiracy To Kill Kennedy by Dr. Joseph P. Farrell is a landmark book into the conspiracy/coup d’etat that killed President Kennedy.
The main strength of this book is that it seeks to reverse engineer the threads of evil that wielded their ways in order to carry out one of the greatest conspiracies in modern times.
Without a doubt, this is a landmark book in every sense of the word.
In the nascent stage of this book Farrell makes it a point to lay the foundation for the methodology of the events that took place. This helps the reader understand the angle he is going to take.
Beyond that, however, Farrell goes above and beyond what any average researcher does. In his usual methodical, leave-no-stone-unturned fashion, Farrell not only analyzes the coalescence of interests that had a hand in the assassination – FBI, CIA, Banksters, Nazis, Masons, Mafia, Big Oil, The Military, The Secret Service – but further distills these to the deep core nexus that arguably played the most prominent roles in the assassination of President Kennedy.
Furthermore, and most importantly, Farrell, in harpoon-like fashion homes in on the most devious of all public players that played a notable role in the architecture of the conspiracy: Lyndon B. Johnson.
At minimum, the turn-coat and traitor Johnson cast his tentacles all over the official “investigation” derailing the possibility of any semblance of truth from rising to the foreground.
As Farrell notes:
“…it is certainly clear that Johnson, by his policies and behaviors after the assassination, acted as if he knew who was ultimately behind the murder, for at every turn, he acted in their interest as well as his own, in suppressing any evidence tending to incriminate him, or them. Nowhere more did he do this more clearly than in his selection of those members of the Warren Commission itself.”
What this book does is not only destroy the official story, which admittedly has been done by many other researchers, but also takes it a few steps beyond that into the realm of deeper and darker elements. Elements that made it a point not only to carry out arguably the conspiracy of the century, but also transformed the consciousness of Americans and infused enough trauma into the social psyche the likes of which western society had not witness in modern times. Such is the signature of those that slither behind the scenes.
With everything noted, and still so much left unsaid, everyone would be served well to read this book. The value this book offers not only in understanding what took place that day, but the coup d’etat that took place will help one understand why we are witnessing many of the issues we are in our society, and why things haven’t changed. That alone should be reason enough, but the book offers countless more reasons for one to read it, as all of Farrell’s book do.
 Dr. Joseph P. Farrell, LBJ & The Conspiracy To Kill Kennedy – A Coalescence Of Interests, pg. 285.