Sunday, March 31, 2013

"Don't be foolish. Of course I did it...but you idiots will never know."
Just look at him. It appears to me that that is exactly what Guy de Rothschild is thinking on this Time magazine cover. Just the message that he wanted to communicate as he peered out from news stands across America soon after the JFK assassination.. At the time of the assassination, Guy de Rothschild was the head of the Rothschild banking family. The Rothschild's are the principal owners of the Federal Reserve, the central bank of the U.S. In short, they own America. So, if they are not happy with America's choice for the man who presides over their "corporate entity" they will "fire" him. In short, the Fed "fired" JFK on November 22, 1963. Yeah, just another conspiracy theory. Go back to sleep. The Rothschilds. as well as the other "hidden" owners of the Fed are heretofore referred to as the "Illuminati."

As you can see, the Illuminati just LOVE irony. Did I say LOVE? Well...more like they LOOOOOOOOOOOOOVE  irony. That said, it should come as no surprise that the Rothschilds were featured on Time Magazine's cover shortly after JFK's assassination.

Henry Luce, Time's publisher, had to have begun preparing for the Rothschild cover story well before the assassination. JFK was murdered on November 22, 1963. The Time's Rothschild issue was dated December 20, 1963. That is a difference of four weeks. If I am not mistaken, the magazine usually come out on news stands earlier than their official publication date. They are mailed even earlier to subscribers.  It seems to me that Time had finished putting the article together before JFK was assassinated and the magazine went into printing production as JFK's body was getting cold.

So perhaps ...the answer to the great question, "Who killed JFK?" was staring everyone in the face on news stands across the world soon after the assassination. That's the Illuminati for you. Their secrets are so secure that they can flaunt them in public in Illuminati-style of course.

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