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Laurent Guyénot Discusses JFK Conspiracy in Historical Context
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French historian Dr. Laurent Guyénot’s From Yahweh to Zion offers the best concise revisionist account of the JFK assassination. Actually it is doubly revisionist: Guyénot shows that the original cover story (Oswald acted alone) conceals a second-level cover story (CIA/mob did it) which itself hides a third level cover story (LBJ did it)…all of which deflect scrutiny from the most likely real author of the crime: the state of Israel. From Yahweh to Zion, extract from Chapter 8, “The Invisible Coup”: Oswald’s assassin is known as Jack Ruby, but few people know that his real name was Jacob Leon…

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