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JFK vs International Jewry

November 21, 2011

The Israeli nuclear program started sometime in 1955 as a cooperation with the French. The construction of the Dimona facility began in 1958. American intelligence was not aware of the project until 1960. America was then, as it is today, concerned about the proliferation of nuclear weapons. Consequently the US confronted Israel on that issue. The Israelis claimed that the program was for civilian use only, and agreed to allow inspections which did indeed take place in 1961. America did not press the issue at that time, the inspections were merely friendly visits and followed the rules set by the Israeli hosts. Kennedy was asking for more transparency on the matter, he did however not demand it. He saw an issue, but not the urgency to act. That attitude changed dramatically after the Cuban missile crisis in October 1962. Those events brought the US and the Soviet Union to the brink of an all out nuclear war. Kennedy and Nikita Khrushchev managed to avoid disaster, but the experience demonstrated the dangers of nuclear weapons proliferation. There can’t be any doubt, that after October 1962 Kennedy was dead serious about non proliferation of nuclear weapons. Israeli prime minister Ben Gurion came under pressure to disclose all activities at Dimona to the American inspectors.

Kennedy feared that the Soviets would react to Israeli nuclear ambitions by providing nuclear weapons to their Arab allies in the middle east. Such a move would lead to a far more serious crisis then the Cuban missiles. Ben Gurion was faced with two options: he could either yield to American pressure and abandon Israel’s nuclear ambitions or continue his nuclear weapons program and risk loosing Americas support. In June 1963 he resigns for “personal reasons” as he explained. Neither Ben Gurion nor his successor Levi Eshkol were opposed to covert operations against British American or any other interests, as long as those operations advanced the cause of “Eretz Israel”. Their dispute over the handling of the Lavon affair indicates though, that Ben Gurion and his accomplice Moshe Dayan were more in favor of extreme and risky operations then Eshkol’s people. That might have played a role in Ben Gurion’s resignation. On July 5 1963, only five days after Levi Eshkol became prime minister of Israel, US Ambassador Barbour delivers to him a 3 page letter from president John F. Kennedy. In that letter Kennedy tells Eshkol, that American support for Israel “could be seriously jeopardized” if Israel does not let the United States obtain “reliable information” about Israel’s nuclear program. The Israelis discuss the matter amongst them, and conclude that they must do something about Kennedy.The following time-line shows the chronological order of political events prior to Kennedy’s assassination:

1960 December: CIA distributes its findings to other government agencies and the White House. Dimona is revealed.
1960 December 7: State department summons the Israeli ambassador and asks for explanations.
1961 January 10: Kennedy takes office and is shortly after briefed on Dimona. He requests from Ben Gurion to allow inspections of the facility.
1961 May 20: American inspection team arrives at Dimona. The inspection is anything but thorough. The official conclusion is, that the project serves civilian purposes. Doubts remain but Kennedy doesn’t push the issue.
1961 May 30: Kennedy meets Ben Gurion. The atmosphere of the meeting is relaxed. The confrontation over Dimona delayed.
1962 October 16: US discovers Soviet nuclear armed missiles on Cuba. The crisis escalates close to an all out nuclear war between the US and the Soviet Union.
1962 October 28: Kennedy and Khrushchev agree on a compromise. The Soviets remove their missiles from Cuba and Kennedy secretly withdraws nuclear tipped US missiles from Turkey. War has been averted. Kennedy is after those events more determined then ever to prevent the proliferation of nuclear weapons. Israel comes under increasing US pressure.

On June 4, 1963, a little known attempt was made to strip the Federal Reserve Bank of its power to loan money to the government at interest. On that day President John F. Kennedy signed Executive Order No. 11110 that returned to the U.S. government the power to issue currency, without going through the Federal Reserve. With the stroke of a pen, Mr. Kennedy was on his way to putting the Federal Reserve Bank (privately owned by International Jewry) out of business.


1963 June 16: Ben Gurion, Israel’s prime minister, resigns  in disgust, saying JFK’s stance threatened Israel’s very survival! Levi Eshkol succeeds him as prime minister of Israel.
1963 June 26: Kennedy gives the “Ich bin ein Berliner” speech in Berlin Germany. From an Israeli perspective he embraces the perpetrators of the Holocaust. Israel sees Kennedy as an enemy.
1963 July 5: Levi Eshkol receives Kennedy’s ultimatum on Dimona. The Israelis opt for action.

The high office of President has been used to foment a plot to destroy the Americans’ freedom, and before I leave office I must inform the citizen of his plight.” John F. Kennedy – 10 days before his assassination

22nd of November 1963 KENNEDY IS ASSASSINATED.

Israel’s Mossad was a primary (and critical) behind the scenes player in the conspiracy that ended the life of JFK. Through its own vast resources and through its international contacts in the intelligence community and in organized crime, Israel had the means, it had the opportunity, and it had the motive to play a major frontline role in the crime of the century – and it did.” – Michael Collins Piper’s ‘Final Judgment’

Israel need not apologize for the assassination or destruction of those who seek to destroy it.” Washington Jewish Week, October 9, 1997
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